The Birds and The Deadly Bees! Yes, it’s time to have THE talk. We discuss the Alfred Hitchcock classic where birds of a feather KILL together as well as a less than buzzworthy bee themed murder mystery that wishes it was The Birds. Plus, how might these films be combined into one shared universe? The Birds vs The Deadly Bees: Winged Justice! That’s how.
It’s a Drive (2011) and The Transporter (2002) double feature movie review! We discuss two wheelman movies that are similar yet wildly different. Then, of course, we ask… How could Drive and The Transporter fit together into a shared cinematic universe!?
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.
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!
From the people that brought you The Grawlix Podcast and Grawlix Nights comes a new, timeless classic. Two nerds embark on a journey to watch Knight Rider 2000 and Baywatch. Two movies will fall… and a cinematic universe will rise.
Jim and Eric are at it again with a 5+ hour podcast. They won’t mind if you don’t! During their weekly visit, they talk about all the DC Comics that came out this week including Batman and Robin #23 and Batman/Superman #30. Spoiler Alert: They like Batman/Superman #30 a whole lot! They also talk about this weeks DC Comics news, how sexy robot Lois is and Jim weirds Eric out with inappropriate fan fiction…all this and more on Episode 62 of the Weird Science DC Comics Podcast. Enjoy!
Eric was sick as a dog, but instead of taking the week off, Jim forced him to get out of bed and record the podcast…sort of. With the help of Reggie, they recorded an abridged version of the podcast with reviews of Batman and Robin Eternal #21, Justice League #48, Superman: The Coming of the Supermen #1, Superman/Wonder Woman #26 and Superman #49. While that doesn’t seem like a lot, it still was almost 4 hours long! Enjoy!
Jim and Eric keep it on point as they discuss DC Comics’ Rebirth announcement and every book that came out this week. They try to keep the nonsense to a minimum, but we all know that doesn’t usually work. Enjoy!
It was a down week for books and after getting yelled out all week about review scores, Jim was pretty depressed. That means one thing…The Mobile Leprechaun. Yes, nothing brings a smile to Jim and Eric’s face quicker than a little, “Who Else Seen Da Leprechaun Say Yeah!” It carries them through this long ass episode where they break down all the books, talk DC Comics news, get yelled at in the listener mail and try to have a good time. Enjoy!
It’s a long one and things do indeed get dark. There is talk of putting dogs down, a double murder suicide and plenty of zit popping and toilet plunging. Oh yea, there is also Comics as Jim and Eric review all of this week’s DC Comic releases including Batman and Robin Eternal, Grayson, Justice League of America and so much more. Plus, you get the Digital Spotlight featuring The Adventures of Supergirl, Eric’s TV segment with Arrow, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Lucifer talk as well as the News, DC Comics News, Reggie’s Recklessness, Ryan Clark’s Other Side, Professor DC and Listener Mail. Holy Crap that’s a lot of stuff! Enjoy…
Jim and Eric get together and talk a bunch of nonsense…only to find out they weren’t recording it. Yep, an hour and a half of the podcast just disappeared and while others may have given up, these two idiots started over and ended up with over 5 hours of…well, something. They talk all of the DC Comics that came out this week (including Poison Ivy with guest, Reggie), discuss the news and more. If they aren’t the #hardestworkingguysinpodcasting, they are the stupidest. Enjoy!
Jim, Eric and Reggie were going to talk about the solicits for this week’s podcast and then news starting dropping about “Rebirth”. So, Jim finally got his way and the guys do an Emergency Podcast. Things go off the rails a bit, but who wouldn’t expect that, right? They do talk about the April Solicits and what they think this Rebirth thing is all about. Possibly.
Jim and Eric get together to talk DC Comics, DC Comics News and random nonsense. They try to figure out what periscope is, discuss various masturbation methods and eventually wade through all of comic books released this week and are joined by Professor DC, Reggie and Ryan. Enjoy!