On this episode, we remember the lives and careers of David Bowie and Alan Rickman, review Tarantino's latest The Hateful Eight, go over Oscar nominations and give our 2015 superlatives.
"Heroes" and "Queen Bitch" by David Bowie
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
The Hateful Eight
The Flash "Running to Stand Still"
"The Sexy Getting Ready Song" by Rachel Bloom (From Crazy Ex-Girlfriend)
We're back after our holiday/sick/weather leave with some discussion Netflix's Making a Murderer, the original cast recording of Hamilton and 30+ minutes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens SPOILER talk.
SPOILER ALERT! On this episode we get into more specific details about the first season of Marvel's Jessica Jones, including spoiler filled thoughts about the ending, what worked and what didn't (the twins mainly).
On this episode, we review season one of Marvel's Jessica Jones, A Very Murray Christmas and I provide some thoughts about the first season of Amazon's The Man in the High Castle.
On this episode we rave about the relaunch of the new generation of Rocky films, Creed, Jon goes through the prequel trilogy so you don't have to, I catch up with a 90's lo-fi must-listen and we count down our top 5 turkeys of 2015.
Music: "Holland, 1945" by Neutral Milk Hotel
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Happy Thanksgiving! Here's our spoiler talk on Daniel Craig's fourth (and last?) outing as James Bond.
On this episode, we give our initial thoughts of the first three episodes of the new Netflix/Marvel collaboration Jessica Jones, along with a little Into the Badlands talk.
On this episode, we discuss James Bond's latest adventure Spectre, go over the latest Walking Dead casting news, the MST3K Kickstarter and count down our favorite Bond theme songs.
On this episode, Matt & Jon talk about the premiere of Ash Vs Evil Dead, Matt proselytizes for You're the Worst and how great Aya Cash has been this season, and they look ahead to the movies filling theaters for the rest of the year.
On this episode we go over the potential BS Walking Dead is pulling, the awkward pilotitis of Supergirl and our favorite Haunted Houses from the movies.
On this episode, Matt & Jon talk about that little upcoming indie Star Wars: The Force Awakens, then sift through the bloodbath on Walking Dead, recount Tracy Morgan's glorious return to SNL, revisit Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and celebrate the 20th anniversary of Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness while lamenting the decline of double albums.
On this first episode of Damn That Television, Matt & Jon go over what they've been watching, including The Flash, Arrow, Jane the Virgin and Fargo.