This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss competing pirate shows, Amazon getting HBO shows on Prime Instant Video, a new Cabin Fever, season 5 of Mad Men, ridiculous 90’s comics, Mortal Kombat, the lack of concern in Transcendence and much more.
Ken Marino stars as mild mannered accountant Duncan, who learns that his chronic intestinal issues are not due to stress, but from a demon who lives in his ass.
Be honest, how many of you just know John C McGinley as Dr. Cox from Scrubs? He’s been in much more than that, going all the way back to Platoon and most recently in Burn Notice.
Getting put on the shelf for a couple of year due to the MGM bankruptcy, The Cabin in the Woods finally got released last weekend. Was it worth the wait or should it have stayed on the shelf?
One of the most prolific character actors ever, Stephen Root is probably best known for playing Milton in Office Space but has appeared in a wide range of movies and TV shows.
“So, Peter, what’s happening? Aahh, now, are you going to go ahead and have those TPS reports for us this afternoon?”
Zach and Chris, without anyone to stop them, talk for over an hour about Power Rangers and also crazy Marvel Comics moments, Futurama and more.
Happy hump day everyone. Let’s take a look into one of the most faceless corporations ever in Initech and it’s gangsta rap loving computer nerds. Trailer: