Monday, December 22, 2014

Episode 92: Empty Fili-ings

Welcome back dear listener!  Tis the season of slow news and our 2nd anniversary episode and you know what that means?  That's right, it's time for another Hobbit movie and a whole of lot bullshitery!  Really though it's kind of hard to believe we've already been at this for two years and it only seems right that our anniversary is heralded with the movie series that started it all. We want to just give a genuine and heartfelt thank you to everyone out there listening/reading.  We really appreciate all of your support and input, it makes us feel all fuzzy every time we get to meet or talk with you wonderfully geeky guys and gals.

Now with all of that merriment out of the way lets get to this weeks streaming review of Knights of Badassdom.  This movie is pure silly with a health dose of gore.  Seriously everyone dies in this damn movie.  Death aside, this was a wonderfully strange ride with a few notable actors and some pretty gruesome deaths.  If you had seen "Unicorn City," "Gamers: Dorkness Rising" or other LARP/Table Top RPG movies you kind of know what you are in for.  While this may not appeal to everyone both of us enjoyed it plenty enough to give it 3/5 on Netflix and would recommend it.


Our next and possibly last streaming review for this year is going to be In A World.  The movie centers around the daughter of a renowned movie announcer who is trying to make her mark in her fathers business.  Just say the movie title out loud in a dramatic way and you will know who her father is. Enjoy the trailer below and here's to hoping the movie is enjoyable. 

If you want to join us on our third (and possibly final) December movie of the month you can find this movie on Netflix. You can send us your reviews or your suggestions for our next streaming review via Facebook, Twitter or email us at

This episode we take a look back over this years Streaming/Theatrical reviews, discuss our favorite games we played this year and talk about The Review getting pulled.

Click here to listen to this weeks podcast in iTunes or Sticher.
We've also included the most recent episode via the embedded link below

Theatrical Movie Reviews for 2014:
  • 47 Ronin
  • Lego Movie (Hammer only)
  • Robocop
  • Non-stop
  • Captain America 2
  • Xmen: Days of Future Past
  • Oldboy (Hammer only)
  • Amazing Spider Man 2
  • Godzilla
  • Transformers 4
  • How to Train Your Dragon 2
  • Edge of Tomorrow (Hammer only)
    • Hammer's pick for best Theatrical Movie of 2014
  • Maleficent
  • Lucy (Hammer only)
  • Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
  • TMNT
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Tusk
  • John Wick
    • Bat's pick for best Theatrical Movie of 2014
  • Interstellar
  • Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies
Streaming Movie Reviews 2014:
  • Karate Robo Zaborga 
  • Human Centipede
  • The Square
  • Sexy Evil Genius
  • The Stuff
  • Assult on Wall Street
  • Back in the Day
    • Bat's pick for worst Streaming Movie of 201
  • The Grey
  • Pain and Gain
  • The Purge
  • The Family
  • The Dirties
  • Stuck in Love
  • Last Days on Mars
  • The Lifeguard
  • Safety Not Guaranteed
  • The Mighty
    • Hammer's pick for best Streaming Movie of 2014
  • Solomon Kane
  • Mud
  • American Psycho
  • Quarantine 2: Terminal
  • Blair Witch Project
    • Hammer's pick for worst Streaming Movie of 2014
  • Carrie
  • Escape From Tomorrow
    • Winner of SzG's "this one is so bad that it shouldn't be called a movie" award
  • Grave Encounters
  • Rush
    • Bat's pick for best Streaming Movie of 2014
  • Snowpiercer
  • Knights of Badassdom
Favorite Video Game Played 2014:

  • Bat             - Saints Row 4
  • Hammer     - Gundam Dynasty Warriors: Reborn 
Here are the answers to last weeks Podquestion of where do you see the future of Star Wars going?  

Fanboy                      Please don't suck     
Bat                             Please don't suck
Hammer                    Having Jedi that use both dark and light sides of the Force

For next week's Podquestion, Bat asks you what movie from your past would you 'hack' to the point of it never getting released?  

We want to hear your answers so let us know via Facebook, Twitter or email us at

That is all for this week's Blogcast. Be sure to tune in next week. Same Hammer Time, same Bat Channel. 


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