Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle share their thoughts on Tyrese's ultimatum to The Rock and the makers of the Fast and the Furious franchise, Joel professes his love for Ed Sheeran and Lars tells you why you should know visual effects pioneer Douglas Trumbull.
Joel Murphy reviews the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which sees Thor attempting to prevent the fall of Asgard.
Tony Marion looks at Kathy Griffin's attack on and doxing of Harvey Levin and explains why he feels her motives were less than altruistic.
Joel Murphy and Lars "Scary"-winkle discuss The Simpsons Treehouse of Horrors specials, what it's like living in Los Angeles during the World Series and why it would have been more satisfying to make a Lando Calrissian prequel film instead of one focused on Han Solo.
Tony Marion looks at how the quality that makes men like Harvey Weinstein so successful - a refusal to take no for an answer - leads them toward criminal behavior when they start to believe that the rules no longer apply to them.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about Harvey Weinstein's decades of sexual assault allegations, director Rian Johnson's amazing Twitter presence and the bromance that has been forged between Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling. Also, their significant others make surprise guest appearances to help explain how the Babadook
Tony Marion looks at Tyrese Gibson's recent jabs at The Rock for signing on for a solo movie, instead of another ensemble film with his Fast and Furious "family."
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss the latest Justice League trailer, an annoying musical trend in recent films (including Spiderman: Homecoming) and how dated The Ring now seems (as well as how amazing Brian Cox is in that film).
Harry Knowles has stepped down from Ain't It Cool News amidst accusations he sexually-assaulted women at screenings. Tony Marion is glad to see him go, not just for his abhorrent behavior, but also because he's a lousy critic.
We recently talked to writer/director Peter Landesman and Liam Neeson about their new film, Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House, at an intimate press conference held this past week in Los Angeles. Today we bring you the audio from that press conference.