Get AMPED! This episode’s double feature is a non-stop assault on the senses! Jump start that ol’ ticker with the first person POV action flick Hardcore Henry and the ridiculously offensive Crank: High Voltage. Two flicks sure to send the squeamish and motion sick grappling for the barf bag. Strap in!
This episode the Grawlix Podcast dives deep into HBO’s Westworld Season 2. Randy also recommends Netflix’s The Crown, Glow Season 2 gets a nod and more.
00:00 – Intro/Greetings
RANDOM TV TALK
05:40 – Netflix’s The Crown
12:55 – Grawlix Cinematic Universe This Month
16:14 – New Patreon Supporter Shout-Out: Andrew Schmidt
17:33 – Jesse on Make Eternia Great Again
22:57 – Randy Surpasses 100 Episodes of Latest Hacking News Podcast
The Grawlix Cinematic Universe gets DARK with the grittiest and goriest double feature we’ve covered thus far! We review Se7en, the 1995 David Fincher sin-based serial killer classic, and Hellraiser, the 1987 Clive Barker S&M horror classic. Then, of course, we pitch our takes on a Seven/Hellraiser shared universe. Come to daddy!
The Comics Podcast Network’s feed was recently removed from iTunes and Apple Podcasts. With it, a healthy portion of our listeners. This got us thinking. If you want to ensure you continue receiving our episodes consider subscribing to the Grawlix Podcast.
The GCU season 1 finale is here and it is massive! We look back on the 16 movies we’ve covered in episodes #1-9. Then we take those 16 movies and combine them in the most unholy of mash-up, fan fiction universe melding movie pitches we could muster. We couldn’t do it alone! This episode features pitches from listeners, fellow podcasters and, of course, us! Prepare yourself!
The Grawlix Podcast is joined by author Robert J. Sodaro! Bob wrote Owlgirls, which we discussed on episode 65, as well as numerous other works ranging from comic books to non-fiction. He is a true storyteller and we had a great time chatting with him in this interview. Enjoy!
Robert J. (“Bob”) Sodaro is a storyteller and graphic production artist who writes articles and stories but does prepress production work for several indie publishers including Red Anvil, Main Enterprises, Pronto, Atlas Unleashed, and others. Some of his characters include Agent Unknown, Wülf Girlz, Girl Skout Wars, and Hot Girl & Totally Hot Girl.
In a future where the line between reality and fantasy, man and machine are blurred… no one seems to know what is really going on. Do androids dream of Martian mutants? On this Rekall journey two nerds discuss Blade Runner: The Final Cut and Total Recall (1990) before pitching several different cuts of a Philip K. Dick-iverse!
Ant-Man and the Wasp hit theaters this weekend and we wanted to celebrate the release of the latest MCU movie. However, we decided to go… a different way. No, we will not be discussing Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. Instead, we will be discussing Ants!, a 1977 made-for-TV movie, and The Wasp Woman, the 1959 Roger Corman low-budget monster flick.
That’s not all! We pulled Jesse over from Grawlix Podcast Prime to join us in reviewing these forgotten cinematic gems.
Dustin Smothers joins the Grawlix Podcast to discuss the Karate Kid spin-off YouTube Original series Cobra Kai. Dustin is co-host of Pro Wrestling Mothership, The No-Coast Nerd, Debugging Westworld, The Capitol Wrestling Podcast, The Wrestling Revolver Podcast as well as driving force behind the Pro Wrestling Mothership Network. We also discuss Avengers: Infinity War and more. Enjoy!
Put down those pom poms, valley girl, there’s something rumbling underneath the creepy old cabin out in those woods. Join two nerds for a Joss Whedon horror-comedy double feature. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) and The Cabin in the Woods (2012)… this Cinematic Universe practically writes itself but that doesn’t stop our nerds from WAY over-reaching.
It’s a John Carpenter double feature inspired by an unsolicited listener pitch! We revisit John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) and Big Trouble in Little China (1986). Then we read the mash up from Matt Downs before descending into ridiculousness.
One is part man, part machine and all cop. The other is judge, jury and executioner. Together, they are the future of law enforcement! The Grawlix Cinematic Universe reviews Robocop (1987) and Judge Dredd (1995). Then prepare yourself for the ultimate standoff. Robocop vs Judge Dredd!