Oh, Gods of Egypt…why hast thou forsaken us? Questions abound about this film. Why don’t people believe in “gods” who walk among them? What did the effects budget really get spent on? Why is Egypt whiter than a Republican National Convention? All this plus Dan has a Video Recovery and Joe manages to make a […]
Deadpool once again tops the box office with Gods of Egypt making a decidedly ungodly debut. Also, Joe arrives late, Tom talks about Triple 9, and we have rejected titles for the new biblical flick Risen. All this plus we teach Joe what a “double entendre” is. It’s Reel Spoilers 163: ‘Gods of Egypt’ Box […]
If you’ve listened to Reel Spoilers for more than, oh, say….20-minutes then you know how much Tom loves The Monkees. Well, this is a special episode for him. A little while back we were asked to take over a Monkees-based podcast called Zilch! We spent our time talking about Head, a movie The Monkees made shortly […]
Alas, the WWE tricked us all. Out came Shane McMahon to spoil his father’s Vincent J McMahon Legacy Award presentation to his daughter, Stephanie. It was McMahon overload in the ring, as all three faced off for the first time in 7 years.
Yes, wrestling is scripted. It’s a male soap opera. I know that. Since I was 5 years old, I’ve loved the sport.
Chris Frank from The Kelly Manno Show is back to discuss Deadpool. It’s a crazy episode as we teach Joe (who just so happens to be a cop) what various police codes mean, Joe takes pot shots Deadpool “creator” Rob Leifeld and we nerd out over Moonknight. It’s Reel Spoilers 161: ‘Deadpool’ Starring Ryan Reynolds, […]
This week Joe marvels at the fact that we made it to episode 160, while the rest of us marvel at the fact that we let Joe make to episode 160. We also learn that the secret to internet fame is shipping people poop, Tom meets The Maltese Falcon and laments the fact that it’s […]
This episode features Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. And what we have in zombie knowledge we lack in Pride & Prejudice. So we brought in an expert. Kelli Allen from Lindenwood University is has her Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Missouri – St. Louis, is a published author and (in case that […]
I can’t believe it has already been a few years since the Riverdance Farewell Tour came through St. Louis in 2012. It was an incredible show (read the review here), as we sent off the legendary production that had been touring for the better part of two decades across the globe.
You’ve watched the trailers. You’ve seen the billboards. You downloaded the leaked footage. You read the tweets. You listened to the interviews.