Snow has begun to fall, balls have begun to freeze and the Basement Vagrants are back on the mic. Time episode is full of comic book movie discussion including Thor Ragnarok and The Justice League. The boys mourn the death of John Dunsworth and Malcolm Young, talk about changing bosses at Marvel comics and lots more. 'Nuff said.
We're back just in time to watch the first new Star Trek series since the one we don't talk about. Will this one be as bad as The Series That Shall not Be Spoken Of? You'll have to listen and find out. We also talk about Disney and DC's new streaming services as well as the state of the medium in general. Bubs and Recker talk about concerts they've been to this summer, the IT remake and a bunch more. We've also got some killer Trek trivia so stick around until the end of the episode. It's good to be back, so open a channel, tell Wesley to shut up and join us for another episode of The Basement Vagrants Podcast.
Schweitzer is here! Well, he's always here, but I mean he's here in person! A rare in-studio appearance! Don't miss this one.
In this episode we go apeshit over the new Planet of the Apes movie! We also talk about DC's animated Batman movie (yes, another one) on Netflix called Batman Bad Blood. Recker catches up the rest of the world and watches season 22 of South Park, Bubs catchers GLOW on Netflix and Shweitzer talks about some stuff I can't remember. All this plus more including a trivia game you don't want to miss!
Who likes comic book movies? We do, well... mostly. Two of us liked Wonder Woman and one of us is a filthy disgusting sexist and probably a Nazi! Find out which one! We also continue our long hiatus'd Bond series and review the late, great Sir Roger Moore in The Spy Who Loved me. That plus trivia all await you in this delactable piece of podcasting perfection.
The summer blockbusters are coming, and we're here to watch them and complain. Or not, as you may be surprised to hear. In this episode we talk glowingly about Guardians of the Galaxy 2 plus Bubs and Recker talk a little more about Trailer Park Boys season 10. We also discuss the future of Netflix, Star Trek Discovery's new trailer, plus we follow up on The Wheel fo Trek and talk about the Original Series episode Wolf in the Fold. No trivia this week, sorry everyone, but we'll be back again with more next time. Thanks for sticking with us.
Are podcasts still a thing? In the year of our lord 2017? I hope so because we're back and we've got a great review of the hit new moving picture show Logan. Bubs, Recker and Schweitzer give their opinions. Recker talks briefly about Trailer Park Boys season 11 (because Bubs hasn't seen it yet, the jerk) and Schweitzer lets us know about a new Batman animated movie coming up. We pull another Star Trek episode out of the wheelbag and play an old favorite for trivia. We may be gone, but we're not out. As long as there's movies and complaining, the Basement Vagrants will never die.
Hey everyone! Get your neck outta that noose and cheer up. It's 2017 and there's another episode of The Basement Vagrants Podcast! In episode 81 we go over 2016's movie offerings and determine if it's the best year for movies or the worst! (SPOILER IT'S THE WORST). We also look ahead to next year to see what we have to look forward to. Also, Schweitzer and Bubs review Star Wars Rogue One Featuring Dearth Vader and Reference, and Recker actually watched a movie he swore he'd never watch. We also have trivia and lots of pointless rambling, all your favorite things. Here's to 2017, it couldn't get any worse!
Baby it's cold outside, so snuggle up with Bubs, Recker and Schweitzer with episode 80. In this wonderful piece of podcasting we chat about some of the summer movies we missed including Star Trek Beyond and The Magnificent 7. We also talk about what we have to look forward to during Oscar season (not much) and the year in film in general.
After that Schweitzer and Recker talk about what's going on in comics including the fate of Blue Beatle, Ms Marvel's failed attempt at swaying the vote, Aquaman being awesome and more.
Bubs and Recker review Metallica's latest album Hardwired... to Self-Destruct and compare it to Megadeth's latest album Dystopia.
All this plus news, trivia and lots of general nonsense that you've come to expect from us.
Thanks for sticking with us!
The summer draws to a close and there still isn't much to see in the theater. Wait, what's this? A Tom Hanks movie? Alright, well how bad can it be? Find out as we review Sully, the movie about a plane disaster in New York that premiered the same week as September 11th. Great marketing.