Tuesday Night Comics Podcast Episode 32...

Hey comic book fans! Billy and Dave are back with another episode of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast! We’re previewing new comics coming out Wednesday, August 13, 2014, as well as talking about the books we’re loving right now. Dave is on a huge Jonathan Hickman read, and Billy is swimming in X-Men comics. Plus, the guys discuss the newly released Batman: Assault on Arkham DVD, and Billy recounts what it was like trying to get New York Comic Con tickets in New York City last week.   http://ia902307.us.archive.org/2/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode32/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2032.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 18...

Special guest host Nick fills in for Dave this week on the Tuesday Night Comics Podcast. Billy and Nick discuss new comic books being released on Wednesday, May 7, 2014, their anticipation of IDW’s Jack Kirby Artist Edition, and Nick gives a spoiler-free review of Amazing Spider-Man 2. http://ia601301.us.archive.org/27/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode18/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2018.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Django Unchained – Review May15

Django Unchained – Review...

4/5 – Django Unchained is Tarantino’s best movie in years! Five minutes into Django Unchained, I said, “I already like this more than Iron Man 3.” That feeling stayed throughout the entire movie. That’s a long time to feel that way, as Django Unchained clocks in at close to 2 hours and 45 minutes. But Quentin Tarantino pulled off an excellent take on the spaghetti western. Looking back the 10 feature films that Tarantino directed, I would call Django Unchained his third best film, behind Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs (Note: I haven’t seen Death Proof). In other words, this is Quentin Tarantino’s best movie in 18 years. That said, the gap between Reservoir Dogs and Django Unchained is much larger than the gap between Django and next movie I’d put on that list. The cast in Django is superb. Christoph Waltz definitely deserved his Oscar for playing Dr. King Schulz. He was easily my favorite character in the movie. Dr. Schulz is like an old west Danny Ocean. He has all the angles figured out, and is both the smartest and most charming man in the room. I want Django’s jacket. Jamie Foxx is wonderful as Django. He plays him as a soft-spoken force of nature who won’t stop until he’s reunited with his wife, Broomhilda, played by the stunning Kerry Washington. I haven’t seen many of Foxx’s movies, and this has me excited to see his take on the villain Electro in Amazing Spider-Man 2. The object of Django’s quest. His wife, and fellow runaway slave, Broomhilda. In my review of The Help, I noted that southern racists and Nazis were very easy go-to Hollywood villains. It’s interesting that Quentin Tarantino’s last two movies have featured those two groups as their main antagonists....