Where were you in '62? Neither of the hosts were around yet, but George Lucas was and he wrote and directed American Graffiti as a way to recapture those days of his youth. Garvis and Brett reexamine American Graffiti after having not seen it in decades and discuss what they think about it now. In addition there is a long discussion on comic books and comic book films centering in on the soon to be released Spider-Man: Homecoming. Throw in a ton of new release news and you've got another jam packed, nearly three hour long show dedicated to movies and the people that make them.
This week Garvis and Brett watch and discuss John Wick in a super-sized episode. In addition the guys talk about movies that are coming out on home video and in theaters as well as movies they've watched in the last week. The episode also features a surprise visit from Garvis3 who joins the guys to talk about The Mummy, Power Rangers, Kong Skull Island, and some other films he has watched since he was last on the show.
This week Garvis and Brett watch Choke based on the novel by Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk. It's a dark comedy about a sex addict who runs a scam where he fakes choking on food to earn money to keep his mother in a decent mental hospital. There's a lot going on in this film. We also look at the new movies coming to theaters and home video and take a few minutes to pay tribute to Adam West.
This week Brett and Garvis are joined by Jeff to discuss the screwball comedy My Man Godfrey. After a discussion of the films they've recently watched, the trio covers new releases as well as Jeff's new You Tube show at JeffHolbrook.me and the reveal of Garvis and Brett's new show coming this summer.
After a week off due to health problems Garvis and Brett are back to talk about the 8 Track tape collector documentary, So Wrong They're Right. It's a fascinating look inside the mind of collectors as well as a film that raises questions about the music itself and design aesthetic. We also cover the new releases from the last couple of weeks.