Lots of action and releasing this week. Some of it beyond polarizing, and some quiet and under the radar. Sam and Moze took a look at some old standards like a new “Grand Tour” installment, as well as exploring the hype and hysteria connected to “Masters of the Universe.” Moze was allowed time to flex his conspiracy muscles to “educate” Sam on some of the grey areas online.
We’re back from the long hiatus that took Moze from the North Bay of California to the Triangle of North Carolina. Sam and Moze catch up with all the shows you’ve been watching and a few that you might have missed, on platforms you may not have thought to watch. Good thing your Watchers are here to stare directly into the streams.
Oh boy, it’s been a while and we missed you. We’re taking a look at the first half of “Loki,” with perhaps the most honest and stripped-down criticism and praise we can muster. We got back to the theater as well, and had some popcorn with John Krasinski. He would not discuss any Reed Richards rumors. Sam pulls off the fastest review of FF9 on the internet to date. Moze fawns over his new favorite Netflix series that you might not have heard of, “Black Summer.”
Crazy times abound and Sam and Moze visited theaters and took a look at some possible hidden gems that popped up on the pluses. They got to talk frankly about the possible future of Loki as the new “Quantum Leap.” Some we dismayed at the end of “MODOK,” but the guys see this as possibly the most family oriented of all Marvel properties. Fight us.
Look, no faffing around. We’re talking about the first half of “MODOK” on Hulu and the Netflix offering from Zack Snyder, “Army of the Dead.” Are these two worth the time? Yes… and no. Sorta. It depends. How’s that for definitive?
Talking “Star Wars” has gotten to be a mix of good and bad news this year, but there might be a North Star to look forward to. Sam and Moze take a look at where content matters and where it is created. We look at some “The Boys” season 3 news, and cap off final thoughts and speculation about “Invincible.”
Time to take a break from all this MCU TV noise until June and open up your viewing catalog. A great way to get a superhero fix is “Invincible,” currently streaming on Prime Video. Sam and Moze also take a look at stunt casting and some gems currently released on our favorite platforms. We’ve also got some consternating sports talk about the legitimacy of America’s favorite sports entertainment.
This is a packed episode, as Moze and Sam talk about films you may want to fit into your life. They also break down and grade how well Sam and Bucky succeeded in their efforts to solve the repopulation “blip” problems. What exactly were these conflicts, anyway? And what may have led to audience confusion?
Sam & Moze take a look at how a show can spark other, maybe bigger, conversations. With so much content, picking the wheat from chaff can be a challenge. Moze lays down a hammer as he pleads for you to take a multiverse gander at Calls on AppleTV+.
There has been a bit of news this week, so we’ve plowed into it. Was “Godzilla vs. Kong” high art? Can a six-part show like “Falcon and Winter Solider” have time to create a sag in the middle of the season? All this and more covered on this week’s episode.
Sam and Moze look at some news like the “Black Widow” release, the cancelation of one of Moze’s beloved shows, “Superstore,” and upcoming seasons of some new programs like “MODOK” and the returning “Solar Opposites.” We also break down highlights of “Falcon and Winter Soldier” as well as comparing “WW84” to “Wandavision.”
In our origin story, Sam and Moze dive into three streaming (and possibly steaming) shows that were on the top of our watch lists. Drop on by to our moonbase, where we chat about the many transmissions we have collected.