Anyway, on this week’s show, Chris and Joe discuss and debate The Expendables 3, the upcoming HBO series Westworld, the look of the new stormtroopers (and more) from Star Wars: Episode VII, TV series like The Last Ship, The Strain and Outlander and yes, even the relative merits of Jedi facial hair. Of course, that’s not all they talk about. There’s also the usual “more.”
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Yes, we like a challenge. So much so, in fact, that we often wait until the very last minute to get the show recorded, edited and released for all to enjoy. That’s just the nature of things and it makes life a bit more interesting. Well, we think so anyway.
Which brings us to now and this brand new episode of The Flickcast. You kinda figure that out, huh?
On this week’s show Chris and Joe dive in and talk all-things Star Wars including Harrison Ford’s health problems, schedule issues, celebrity cameos and more. They also talk about the season finale of Game of Thrones, Back to the Future, Nathan Fillion’s superhero prospects and the state of modern entertainment “journalism.” Hint: It sucks. Mostly.
It’s Wednesday and that means a brand new episode of The Flickcast for your listening pleasure. Like last week, we worked hard on this one. Although, not quite as hard.
We’re kinda slackers, truth be told. But still, it is a pretty good episode.
On this week’s show Chris and Joe get right to the point and discuss the latest Game of Thrones happenings, the Harrison Ford deathwatch, Justice League, er, um Superman vs. Batman casting, the upcoming DC movie slate, beer, food, sex, drugs and rock and roll. Well, maybe not those last few. Just wanted to see if you were paying attention.
They do discuss a lot more, as usual. And no, the guys don’t really do anything special to commemorate the 250th episode. Maybe at 300.
Hey, we know you’re upset. We are too. But sometimes, things just can’t be helped. So, this episode is a bit late. We’ll try not to let it happen again. But you know what, it probably will.
But until then, we’ve got a brand new episode of The Flickcast for your listening pleasure. Please try to enjoy it.
On this week’s show Chris and Joe jump right in and talk all about the new cast announcements and leaked set picks from Star Wars VII, set pics and more from Terminator: Genesis, the relentless darkness that is Game of Thrones, the Stargate reboot, Val Kilmer’s career, recent Apple announcements and a whole lot more.
The guys also made picks this week. Chris’ pick is one of his favorite gadgets, the iPad Mini with Retina Display, and Joe’s pick is the new album from former Bourgeois Tagg member Brent Bourgeois called Don’t Look Back.
On this week’s show Chris and Joe take on some new topics and revisit old ones. Some of these topics include X-Men: Days of Future Past, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, the true Star Wars day, Starlog magazine, Gareth Edwards and the new Star Wars, Godzilla, shakeups in the Marvel world including Edgar Wright leaving Ant Man and Drew Goddard leaving the Daredevil TV series, the merits of time travel, the history of the Rancor and a whole lot more.
It’s a pretty good episode, all things considered. Plus, all the more is pretty amazing.
Today is Thursday and there’s a brand new episode of The Flickcast for you. Sorry it’s late. We couldn’t help it.
What do you want? We apologized, didn’t we. So give us a break. If you don’t like our schedule go and do your own podcast and then we can complain about how late it is, okay? Okay. Moving along …
On this week’s show Chris and Joe take on some new topics and revisit old ones, as usual. Some of these topics include the first picture of Ben Affleck as Batman, the death of H.R. Giger, the new 24, the underappreciated Dwayne Johnson, Edge of Tomorrow, Godzilla, season finales of their favorite TV series, and a whole lot more. There’s some other stuff in there too. It’s a pretty good episode, all things considered.
The guys also made picks this week. Chris’ pick is the movie Aliens (in honor of Mother’s Day) and Joe’s pick is the NBC series The Blacklist.
Today is Wednesday, so that means there’s a brand new episode of The Flickcast for you. And, like each one before it, this episode is pretty darn good. It also might be a bit controversial.
On this week’s show Chris and Joe take on some new topics and revisit old ones — as you might expect. But really, they pretty much spend most of their time talking about Star Wars and the new cast announced recently. They also spend some time discussing women, haters and their general dislike for people who whine. Yeah, this is gonna be good.
There’s also more, of course. And per usual, you won’t be able to handle it all.
The guys also made picks this week. If you want to know what they are, you’ll just have to listen. Don’t worry, it will be time well spent. Trust us.
Today is Wednesday so that means we’ve got a brand new episode of The Flickcast for you to enjoy. And like always, it’s a pretty darn good one.
On this week’s show Chris and Joe take on some new topics and revisit old ones — as you might expect. Some of these topics include the “sequel” to the classic Sword & the Sorcerer, Star Wars Episode VII casting rumors and what is now considered “canon”for the series, George Lucas himself, Justice League and Man of Steel 2 casting and potential storylines, the nature of the movie business and a whole lot more. As usual, you can’t handle all the more!
Even though we still have to wait a bit for new Star Wars movies to come out, that doesn’t mean we won’t get any great Star Wars stories in the meantime. Case in point today is Matt Kindt’s Star Wars: Rebel Heist from Dark Horse comics.
Here’s the deal:
A young Rebel meets one of the Alliance’s best for his first mission. But the young man’s hero worship is crushed by the reality of Han Solo. A botched escape, a ship that doesn’t work—could it be that Solo is just a lucky bumbler whose luck has run out?
Probably not. He seems pretty resourceful. Still, better read the new series just to make sure.
Check out the preview after the break. Look for Star Wars: Rebel Heist in comic shops on April 30.
It pretty much goes without saying that Star Wars, and all its many incarnations, are cultural icons of great significance. But, we’ll say it anyway. Why not?
It also pretty much goes without saying that Star Wars is hugely popular entertainment that have captivated audiences all around the world. Live action movies, toys, animation and more.
But it’s animation we’re talking about today with a preview of the upcoming Netflix exclusive series Star Wars: Clone Wars Lost Missions. Here’s more:
In these eagerly anticipated episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, some of the deepest mysteries of the conflict between the light and the dark sides of the Force are revealed. An intrepid clone trooper discovers a shocking secret; Anakin Skywalker’s closest relationship is tested to its limits and what Master Yoda discovers while investigating the disappearance of a Jedi could forever change the balance of power in the galaxy
Check out the preview after the break. Look for Star Wars: The Clone Wars Lost Missions to arrive on March 7.