Nathan and I return to discuss Nicholas Winding Refn's The Neon Demon. One of us loved it, the other was luke-warm. Can you guess which?Read More
Nathan and I "briefly" discuss what we've been watching, plus one recommendation for this week.
Nathan and I come together to talk about recent trailers: Ghostbusters, Assassin's Creed, Purge 3: Election Year, and Yoga Hosiers.
We then delve in deep into Marvel's Captain America: Civil War. We even talk about the insanity that leads to the Secret War from last year, along with our thoughts in relation to Batman v Superman.Read More
We're back! Again. After many weeks of life getting in the way, the Dubious Consumers are back to discuss the latest travesty in the DC Cinematic Universe. We also ruminate on Dr. Strange, Captain America: Civil War, Suicide Squad, and if DC movies are worth watching in the future.Read More
Nathan dives deep into the history of National Lampoon and it's overall influence while Schuyler talks about his adventures in the original Pokemon Red/Blue, the Flash, and even a peek into 11.22.63, at about the halfway point. Justin talks about Firewatch, reactions to the new X-Files season, and Splinter, filmed in Oklahoma! Join us next time for our Nerd a Trois on Top 3 Animated Shorts.Read More
We discuss what we've been consuming over the last few weeks. Everything from the new Deftones album to Jackie Brown to Rise of the Tomb Raider! Be sure to submit your conspicuous Consumption at email@example.com. Next week: Top 3 Drug Trips.
Hurt - Falls Apart
Linkin Park (feat. Jonathan Davis) - 1stp Klosr
We delve into our Nerd a Trois topic: Favorite Directorial Debuts. We've even got user submissions for the first time since we've come back!
Melanie Martinez - Soap
Panic! at the Disco - Emperor's New Clothes
This Nerd a Trois was six weeks in the making! We discuss our favorite movies from 1999, with a quick tribute to The Matrix, which was taken off the table. We divert a few times, but still keep on track. Nathan chooses our next Nerd a Trois with Directorial Debuts.
Guy Pearce - Elizabeth Jade
South Park - Uncle Fucker
In a call back, we bring back Dave Ferguson, as well as Olen Cox from our Interstellar show. And, in true New Years fashion, this is an episode of questionable quality. We talk top 10 lists from several big organizations, including some of our favorite movies and our response to Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens.
Poets of the Fall - Late Goodbye
Leo Moracchioli - Hello (Adele Cover)
MC Chris - Fette's Vette
We're back with our Misleading Trailers Nerd a Trois! We hit plenty of topics in between then, after the end music, hear our prolonged trailer talk discussion. Come back for our next episode where we talk about our top 3 Films from '99.
I Prevail - Blank Space
Stone Temple Pilot - Sour Girl
After a couple weeks off, we are back at it . . . and rusty as ever. We insult some good (and not-so-good) music before diving into your Top 3 Box Office Bombs! Next Nerd a Trois: Top 3 Misleading Trailers!
Childish Gambino's Sober
Dashboard Confessional's Best Deceptions
We turn our collective gazes to the stars rather than actual products. Nathan picks Top 3 Box Office Bombs for our next Nerd a Trois.
The Mamas & the Papas - Dream a Little Dream
Saul Willaims - Raised to be Lowered
Schuyler throws us for a loop when he talks about life instead of anything remotely nerdy. He gives us some Dragonball Z: Resurrection F before talking about his dog and fishing. In fact, I think this episode is all about subverting expectations. We finish our Consumation, only for Schuyler to sneak one in, which then transitions into a larger discussion about the remake culture we've found ourselves in and what people expect.
Rob Dougan's A Drawing-Down of Blinds / Valedico (Orchestral Session)