This Bonus round is focused on discussing the short film 80’s Kung Fu parody, “Kung Fury” this is a difficult episode solely because the movie is so condensed and we attempt to condense it down even further into 10 minutes or less! Come listen in and remember not to “Hassle the Hoff.”
This episode is all about the 2004 comedy/action movie “Kung Fu Hustle” starring Steven Chow in front of and behind the camera. Since this is a Kung Fu movie we are joined again on this episode by Ryan’s lovely wife Laura, who shares her thoughts on this movie and the special place it has in the hearts of both her and Ryan.
We’re talking about HBO’s “Vice Principals” starring Danny McBride & Walton Goggins, this week. We talk about some of the things we like or don’t like and try and help you make a decision on if you should watch it or not.
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Game of the Year Edition includes the critically acclaimed base game, winner of over 250 GOTY awards and most lauded game of 2015 with over 800 awards in total, both expansion packs — Hearts of Stone & Blood and Wine — and every piece of downloadable content, as well as every update and improvement ever released.
The game will release on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation®4 on August 30th, 2016.
WATCH THE TRAILER HERE!
If you’ve sat out on this game until now it might be there perfect time to pick it up. Warning though it is in depth and sprawling!
This week Kyle & Ryan discuss the 2010 action platformer “Enslaved: Odyssey to the West” also commonly referred to as “That Andy Serkis game right?” join us as we talk about the things that work with this game and what doesn’t.
We also discuss our favorite post apocalyptic settings in media and popular culture and Kyle nurses a hangover, which might be a contributing factor in this episodes shorter run time, you’ll have to listen to find out!
This episode we’re talking about Terry Gilliams 1991 film “The Fisher King” Starring Robin Williams and Jeff Bridges. Join us as we talk about all the things this movie attempts to do and if it ever achieves the lofty goals it seems to set for itself early on. In typical Gilliam fashion it’s an odd and surreal movie but is it good? We’ll try and answer that.
We also talk about all of the San Diego Comic Con trailers that flooded the internet and give them all a rough breakdown.