On the good ship DigiNoise, it’s a sweet trip through the week’s best and worst Blu-ray and DVD releases. Like Double Indemnity & Philomena.
Then it’s a short jaunt into the darker timeline/parallel universe where the evil twin version of Brian and Chris discuss, what else, Touch of Evil.
Cap it with a delicious Zero Charisma giveaway and you’ve got one decadent episode.
How an NFL QB became an 80s Action Hero
Ryan McCann’s strange journey from the gridiron to an artist’s studio to the silver screen.
Mack Luster lives!
You will not believe which flick wins our massive sports movie tournament, you just won’t.
Narrowing the field from 16 to one grand champion was such an arduous task that we actually got a former NFL player/current actor to referee.
Hold on to your hats, helmets, or whatever accoutrement is need to play your particular sport.
In Transcendence, Johnny Depp plays a scientist who uploads his consciousness into a computer. No, he’s not Arnim Zola
Just consider Brian, J.C., and Ashley your filmic IT department, here to help scan this highly-anticipated movie for bugs. We won’t even make you turn the review off and on again.
Listen as the crew breaks down all the bits and bytes, arriving at a final system report.
Continuing along this countdown of shame, Brian and Chris arrive at the #2 worst movie of 2013 as voted upon by you, the sadistic fans.
Joining us for this free commentary is Joe Parsons from Master Pancake Theater.
See if our running skewering allows you to stomach the cumbersome, CG-laden, internal-consistency-devoid R.I.P.D.
The Gentlemen get down to business, having a spoileriffic conversation about Cap2, Game of Thrones, and best of all, the return appearance of one of our very favorite recurring guests, Jason Neulander and his Intergalactic Nemesis.