On the episode you won’t believe what Dags and Mike Rez pick as their choices for the top 5 most anticipated movies of 2022.
On this episode the 2021 American superhero film Spider-Man: No Way Home is reviewed. This episode features new synthwave music from Mike Templar.
On this episode, a man from Minnesota discusses traveling to Africa to perform an unofficial record headstand on Uhuru Peak, the highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro 19,341 ft above sea level.
On this episode the 1975 live-action children’s sitcom The Ghost Busters, 1984 American supernatural comedy film Ghostbusters and the 2021 American supernatural comedy film are reviewed.
On this episode the 2020 film The Forgotten Battle, a Dutch World War II film directed by Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. portraying the 1944 Battle of the Scheldt. Also a real time review of a new epic Pop-Tarts flavor.
On this episode King Arthur: Legend of the Sword the 2017 epic fantasy action adventure film directed by Guy Ritchie is reviewed and an epic White Castle hamburger hack.
On this episode the 2021 American epic science fiction film Dune and 1985 American comedy horror film The Return of the Living Dead are reviewed. This episode is featuring Dune inspired rock music by Minnesota rock band Thunderbolt Pagoda.
On this episode the fatal shooting of Director of photography Halyna Hutchins and the wounding of Director Joel Souza by Alec Baldwin on the movie set of Rust is discussed. Also a review of the 2021 American superhero film Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Halloween synthwave/darkwave music from Minnesota artist Night audit is featured.
On this episode the 1971 American crime thriller film The French Connection is reviewed. This movie was the Winner of five academy awards including Best picture, Best Actor, Best adapted screenplay, Best Director and Best Film Editing.
On this episode the top 10 most horrific animals attacks and the Tsavo Man-Eaters. in 1898 the British began construction of a railway bridge over the river Tsavo in Kenya. During this time, over a period of nine months two maneless lions nicknamed “The Ghost” and “The Darkness” snuck into railway workers tents at night, dragging them away and eating them. The attacks continued to happen despite armed men, set traps and fortified camps with walls of thorns. Reports stated 135 men were killed.