In this post-San Diego Comic Con episode we invite special friend and co-host Sam Maggs to fangirl over hot dudes and superheroes with us!
On this episode we review Ant-Man and talk with cartoonist Chip Zdarsky of Howard the Duck, Kaptara and Sex Criminals.
Eric and Jon reflect on the unique career and accomplishments of Nintendo President Satoru Iwata.
On this episode we review Minions and talk with Aaron Ashmore of the new series Killjoys.
This week the Loose Cannons watch 1973's Survival of the Dragon, a bizarre kung fu flick about a guy out to avenge the death of the man who gave him a house. Is it worthy of the Cannon canon? Listen to find out!
Eric and Jon do some spring cleaning while discussing Bloodborne, Hohokum, Captain Toad, Cities: Skylines, and Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes.
On this episode we review Terminator Genisys and we also talk with Toronto comic writer Conor McCreery of Kill Shakespeare: The Backstage Edition Volume 1 and more.
Welcome to episode #4 of The Roundup with Elena & Meg! This week features our first co-host, Diana McCallum. Join us as we discuss the latest in film, TV, comics, and video games!
On this episode of Loose Cannons, Mathew and Justin take on Fists of the Double K, a super punchy kung fu flick partly directed by John Woo and featuring an early appearance by Jackie Chan.
Eric and Jon discuss Tale of Tales and the support structures for artistic games, as well as Her Story, Sense8, and Spin the Bottle (sort of).
On this episode we review Ted 2 and talk with producer Raj Panikkar of the show Reelside.
This week's Cannon film is 1972's Au Pair Girls, a British sex comedy from Hammer director Val Guest and starring a cavalcade of UK television actors.
Eric and Jon recap E3 and can't agree on anything. Jon also regrets a few of his recent life decisions.
On this episode we review Inside Out, take a look at the new show Killjoys, and we talk with animator Robb Pratt about his latest fan creation Flash Gordon Classic.
This week on The Roundup, Elena and Meg discuss topics including TV spoiler etiquette, Simon Pegg's recent criticism of science fiction and genre films, Kim Kardashian, and reboots.
This week the Loose Cannons and special guest Jay Clarke from thehorrorsection.com watch the 1971's I, Monster, starring the late great Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Just how bad are Eric and Jon's belated E3 predictions? Listen in as they pioneer new ways of being wrong.
On this episode we added Adrienne Kress to help us review Jurassic World and talk with Kristian Bruun of Orphan Black.