Hosted by film and gaming critics Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman, listen to our weekly musings (and rants!) about the world of Video Games, Film, TV, "Doctor Who," Persona, and much, much more! With reviews, top-ten lists, news analysis, and so much more, we pick a new topic every week to discuss in depth, and we hope to see you there! Visit www.jonathanlack.com for more!
A month after its US release and on the heels of its international debut on Netflix, we finally get around to talking about Alex Garland's Annihilation, a sci-fi journey that is gorgeously strange, evocative, frustrating, and undeniably fascinating to talk about.
With Black Panther continuing its stunning box-office run and dominating pop culture conversations, we thought this might be a good week to look back at the 10-year history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that brought us to this point.
We look back at the first installment in the Star Wars prequel trilogy, "The Phantom Menace," examining it as a piece of filmmaking, its place in pop culture history, and what it tells us about the past, present, and future of cinema's biggest franchise.
We continue our in-depth retrospective of the Steven Moffat era of Doctor Who, counting down all 39 Doctor Who stories written by Steven Moffat, from “The Empty Child” in 2005 to “The Doctor Falls” in 2017.
In Part 1 of our retrospective of the Steven Moffat era of Doctor Who, we talk about the Moffat era as a whole, reminisce about covering the show in such depth throughout the decade, how the show evolved so much across six seasons and two Doctors, and more.
We kick off the last month of this very busy year with a grab-bag style episode in which we review three games, discuss some recent news, swap Thanksgiving stories, and go off on a very long Doctor Who tangent.
In the second episode of the week, we offer a slate of reviews for recent games, including Sonic Forces, Mario Odyssey, and Wolfenstein II, before diving into Thor Ragnarok, one of the very best Marvel films to date.
We cover two weeks worth of news, including the flood of sexual harassment and assault allegations that have consumed the entertainment, media, and political spheres recently, as we catch up from a week off.
We tackle subjects both heavy and light this week, conversing about recent issues in racism and sexism in the gaming and film scenes, speculating about a possible N64 Classic, reviewing Metroid and Destiny 2, and much more.
In our second podcast of the week, we clean up some odds and ends by talking about a bunch of recent news, Jonathan shares some thoughts on the ongoing 7th season of Game of Thrones, and we preview some of the games we’ll be talking about throughout the month of August, before diving into our thoughts on the latest Twin Peaks.
Our adventures in the wonderful Persona 5 continue this week, as we offer our third spoiler-filled chat on the game, alongside our review of this week’s Doctor Who, “Smile,” and reactions to news on Call of Duty, Avatar, X-Men, and more.
Jonathan shares his impressions from the first hours of Mass Effect Andromeda and opinion on Disney’s smash hit Beauty and the Beast remake, and, for our main topic, we dive in even deeper to the wonderful world of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
In addition to a grab-bag of random stuff and recent news, we offer a retrospective on the Legend of Zelda series and rank all the Nintendo consoles from worst to best in preparation for the launch of the Nintendo Switch.
In addition to some Holiday stories and a grab bag of news topics, we offer spoiler-filled reviews of the wonderful Doctor Who Christmas Special, “The Return of Doctor Mysterio,” and the absolutely dreadful Sherlock season premiere, “The Six Thatchers.”
Sean and Jonathan count down the Top 10 Video Games of 2016, easily the best year in gaming we've ever covered, with titles like "Doom," "Uncharted 4," "Hitman," "Final Fantasy XV," and many more represented.
Sean and Jonathan talk recent video game releases including The Last Guardian and Forza Horizon 3 DLC before doing a deep spoiler dive on Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
In this special episode, we talk about the devastating results of the 2016 election, how it makes us feel, why we are scared, and what we are doing to cope. We will be back on Monday with a regular episode.
We review Shin Godzilla, the first Toho-produced Godzilla film in twelve years, and one of the best films of 2016, along with thoughts on Gears of War 4, the beta for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and much more!
Sean and Jonathan review the incredible new racing game Forza Horizon 3, the recently released fifth episode of Hitman, and finally the extremely discussion-worthy indie game Virginia on the latest episode of The Weekly Stuff.
In addition to reviewing Destiny: Rise of Iron, the latest expansion for the shared-world shooter, Sean and Jonathan review some new movies (Sully and Snowden) talk about some new video games (ReCore and Virginia) and even revisit an old classic in Shenmue.
Sean and Jonathan talk Sony's recent unveiling of the PlayStation 4 Pro, review Kingsglaive, the Final Fantasy XV movie, take a look back at the Nintendo Gamecube on its 15th anniversary, and much more!
In one of the grab-baggiest grab-bag episodes we ever done, we recount two weeks of news and experience, including thoughts on the late Gene Wilder, the Titanfall 2 beta, more No Man's Sky chat, and much, much more.
In the first of two podcasts this week, we break down a bunch of news out of Comic-Con, and Jonathan offers some thoughts on the new Ghostbusters movie and the new PS4 JRPG I am Setsuna before diving into our main topic, a review of Star Trek Beyond.
With six months of 2016 now behind us, it’s a good time to take stock of the year so far – and while it’s been a rough year for humanity in general, it’s been a pretty phenomenal year for video games, and in some ways, we’ve barely even gotten started!
We rant about technology problems, Sean gets jumped into Windows 10 like Microsoft is the mafia, Digimon continues to be the topic of the Spring, and we look at a bunch of Hollywood releases that don't look like real movies.
Batman v Superman is out, and it's terrible. Unbelievably terrible. So we talk about it, a lot, picking apart every awful, offensive, boring, baffling, and oftentimes downright disgusting thing about this slow-motion trainwreck of a movie.
With the series 9 finale, "Hell Bent," having arrived, we talk not only about the conclusion to this great season, but look back over the series as a whole and where it ranks in the Doctor Who pantheon.
This week’s show is a busy one, as we cover some recent news in movies and video games, before jumping into a big slate of reviews, including Persona 4: Dancing All Night in spoiler-y detail and the latest episode of Doctor Who, “The Girl Who Died,” which was all kinds of fantastic.
This is a light, grab-bag style week on the podcast, as Sean gives his initial thoughts on Persona 4: Dancing All Night for the PS Vita, Jonathan talks about this weekend’s new movies, and both of us discuss the latest Doctor Who episode, “Under the Lake,” which was excellent.
E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is underway this week in Los Angeles, bringing with it a flurry of news from all corners of the gaming industry. As we do every year, we have devoted an entire episode to the show, breaking down press briefings from Sony, Microsoft, Bethesda, Nintendo, and more, analyzing all the big announcements, and discussing which games have us the most excited to play in 2015 and beyond.
Bungie's Destiny is one of the biggest game releases of the year, and also one of the most divisive. We share all our thoughts on this ambitious, innovative shooter, before moving on to our weekly discussion of Doctor Who with the season's fourth episode, "Listen."
With Peter Capaldi's 12th Doctor incoming on the new season of Doctor Who, we spend an episode discussing our favorite TV show by revisiting other Doctor introduction episodes over the life of the series.
It's a very busy episode, as we catch up on several weeks worth of film and gaming news, including all the biggest announcements out of Gamescom 2014, offer our thoughts on Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, and, of course, pay our respects to the late, great Robin Williams.
It's a rather loose, relaxed episode this week, as Sean and Jonathan break down some movie and gaming news, discuss what recent games they've been playing, and have a discussion about Bungie's 'Destiny' console beta.
Having broken down all the biggest E3 news and announcements last week, we return this week for some final E3 wrap-up, including our reactions to the first-look Alpha for Bungie's new game Destiny. Also discussed are Warner Bros’ supposed plans for an ambitious (and foolhardy) DC cinematic universe, and some final thoughts on Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs.
With E3 well underway and all the major companies having delivered their annual press conferences - Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo - we pick apart all the major news, announcements, and developments from the conference thus far, analyzing what this all means for the new video games consoles, and for the industry as a whole. Enjoy!
With Gareth Edwards' "Godzilla" reboot film now in theatres and doing major box office numbers, we offer an in-depth discussion of the film, with hosts Sean - a lifelong Godzilla fan - and Jonathan - mostly familiar with the original 1954 'Gojira' - bringing two very different perspectives to the table.
Sean and Jonathan offer an in-depth review and discussion of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, along with some thoughts on the departure of Martin O'Donnell from Bungie, recent PS4 developments, and Sony's strange plans for a Sinister Six movie. Enjoy!
After discussing the recent video games we've been playing - including Bravely Default, Dark Souls II, and Luftrausers - and briefly covering some recent gaming news, Sean and Jonathan prepare for Captain America: The Winter Soldier by looking back at all of Marvel Studios' films to date, and reviewing some of the One-Shot short films included on the Marvel movie Blu-Ray releases.
Sean and Jonathan offer an in-depth review and discussion of the first major post-launch exclusive for the PlayStation 4, Infamous: Second Son. Suffice it to say, we're both big fans, and there is a lot to cover. Also discussed are Jonathan's misadventures syncing (and losing) PSN trophies, and Sean's stories about his shiny new laptop. Enjoy!
On this week's thoroughly random Weekly Stuff Podcast, Sean and Jonathan are joined by a special guest to talk about Dark Souls II, some more Wii U stories, and all the biggest gaming and movie news of the last week, including discussion of Sony's new Virtual Reality project, 'Morpheus.' Enjoy!
On this week's totally random, utterly free-wheeling episode of The Weekly Stuff, Jonathan shares the saga that was setting up his new, stupidly-purchased Wii U, Sean unboxes Dark Souls II live on the air, and we cover a bunch of recent video game news. Enjoy!
We offer an in-depth review of the new DLC for "The Last of Us," "Left Behind." How does it stack up to the main game, and what do we think of what it does or does not add to the universe of this masterpiece? Also discussed are the trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy, casting for Josh Trank's Fantastic Four, the shuttering of Irrational Games studio, and lots more. Enjoy!
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman tackle a lot of news this week - including the incredibly tragic passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman, whom we pay tribute to here - from movie trailers to video game developments, before diving into an in-depth discussion of Series 3 of the BBC's 'Sherlock,' which just finished its American run on PBS.
On the first episode of 2014, we take a look back at 2013, and the best in movies, video game, and (a little bit of) TV. With lots of lists and plenty of in-depth discussion, we bring 2013 to a close, and hopefully start 2014 off on the right foot.
We catch up on December with a full review and discussion of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and a discussion of the Doctor Who Christmas Special, "The Time of the Doctor." We also offer a retrospective of Matt Smith's run on the series as the Eleventh Doctor, capping off a very fun and busy episode!
We catch up on several weeks worth of news, including the announcement of Persona 5 and three new spin-off games, before jumping into a discussion of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special, "The Day of the Doctor."
On a special bonus episode, we celebrate today's 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who, one of our very favorite television series, with a special retrospective episode. We talk about all eleven Doctors, their best companions, count down our Top 10 Favorite episodes from the classic and modern series, and more.
On a special episode, we celebrate the launch of the PS4 and the next generation of video games by looking back upon the current generation - the Xbox 360, the Wii, and the Playstation 3. Talk of favorite games, memories, and more makes for a special, extremely long episode.
On this week's episode...we lost this week's episode! After spending two hours recording a brand new episode reminiscing about the current generation of video games, a computer malfunction erased the data, leaving us with this special twenty-minute explanatory podcast to tide listeners over.
We cover a wide grab bag of topics - and a lot of random tangents - including recent movie trailers for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the giant PS4 FAQ released by Sony, our extended thoughts on Batman: Arkham Origins, and some commentary on recent game reviews.
Sean and Jonathan talk about a bunch of random topics - Pokemon X and Y, Gravity, Indie Games, Doctor Who news, etc. - before moving on to a review of Batman: Arkham Origins, the newest Batman game, which we both consider to be a pleasant surprise!
We celebrate Halloween with a discussion of one of history's greatest horror movies: Dracula, starring the inimitable Bela Lugosi! And before that, we discuss the shocking delay of Ubisoft's Watch Dogs and offer some initial thoughts on Pokemon X and Y!
We talk a bunch about recent video games we've played, including Beyond Two Souls, before diving into some really exciting Doctor Who news, and finally providing our promised, definitive review of "Grand Theft Auto V" and its troublesome online mode.
We analyze all the recent, fascinating Steam announcements, some intriguing information about the PS4, the reveal of a new Persona game, and even offer some more critical thoughts on Grand Theft Auto V.
We catch up on a bevy of gaming news, including big announcements from Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony, before diving into a discussion of Rooster Teeth's two major animated series, "Red vs Blue" and "RWBY," and offer some thoughts on one of our favorite recent Indie games, "Hotline Miami."
We talk all the big video game news of this year's Gamescom conference, cover the casting of Ben Affleck as Batman, and treat you to a solid hour's worth of tangents and asides. A fun time shall be had by all!
Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman recap some recent movies, video games, and news for each before jumping into a long, in-depth discussion on our favorite game of all time, the 2006 JRPG classic "Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3."
We cover this weekend's revelation of the identity of the 12th Doctor on British sci-fi classic Doctor Who, give our thoughts on the new downloadable content for Bioshock Infinite, and review the latest comic-book movie, The Wolverine.
On the third and final episode of a special three-part installment, we finish counting down, discussing, and analyzing our Top 10 favorite video games of all time! On this episode, we conclude the countdown with discussions of our very favorite video games ever, including entries in the "Mass Effect" and "Persona" series.
On the second episode of a special three-part installment, we continue counting down, discussing, and analyzing our Top 10 favorite video games of all time! On this episode, we share our respective selections for #7-#4, including modern masterpieces like Halo and Red Dead Redemption and classics like Super Mario 64.
On the first episode of a special three-part installment, we begin counting down, discussing, and analyzing our Top 10 favorite video games of all time! On this episode, we share our honorable mentions before moving on to our respective selections for #10 - #8.
We go in-depth with Naughty Dog's "The Last of Us," the recent video game sensation for PlayStation 3. This is one of the greatest games ever made, and we give it the treatment it deserves by discussing and analyzing it in extreme detail over the course of this special 3-hour episode.
We break down Microsoft's stunning, surprising announcement that they are doubling back on nearly every online or DRM-related policy they have announced for the Xbox One, their next-generation gaming console, over the past few weeks.
We discuss Matt Smith's recent announcement that he is leaving Doctor Who at the end of the year. How it will affect the show moving forward? What are our theories about the incoming Twelfth Doctor era? All this and more is discussed.
We discuss and review J.J. Abrams' " Star Trek Into Darkness," the latest sci-fi blockbuster of 2013. From mysterious villains to new versions of old characters, there is plenty to talk about, and we cover it all.
We prepare for the horribly titled "Star Trek Into Darkness" by watching the first - and best - Star Trek sequel, "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan." What is it that makes this seminal masterpiece of the Star Trek universe so successful? Why is it such a high benchmark other Trek films have had difficulty living up to? We cover all this and more, along with Sean's take on "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon," and our review of the latest Doctor Who episode, "Nightmare in Silver."
We dive deep into the world of Marvel's "Iron Man 3," reviewing, analyzing, and debating the first major film of the summer. It's a good one, too, leaving us with lots and lots to talk about before we transition into our weekly "Doctor Who" segment and review the latest episode, "The Crimson Horror."
We give our thoughts on our most anticipated upcoming summer movies - including "Iron Man 3," "Man of Steel," "Star Trek Into Darkness," "Fast & Furious 6," and more - in addition to covering some recent gaming developments and reviewing the latest episode of Doctor Who, "Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS."
We tackle a few small topics, including the latest Xbox 720 rumors, before diving in to one of our patented in-depth discussions on Fede Alvarez's excellent remake of "Evil Dead." After talking gore, gore, and more gore, we move on to our weekly "Doctor Who" segment, in which we review this week's episode, "Cold War."
We go in-depth with our lengthy review and discussion of Bioshock Infinite, the undisputed game of the year so far. After that, we check in with the latest episode of Doctor Who, "The Rings of Akhaten." Spoilers for both!
In the second installment of a special 2-part episode, hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman countdown their top 10 favorite TV Shows of all time, including classics such as "Doctor Who," "Dragon Ball Z," "The X-Files," "Mad Men," and more! Part 2 concludes our countdown with our picks for #5 through #1.
In the first part of a special 2-part episode, hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman countdown their top 10 favorite TV Shows of all time, including classics such as "Doctor Who," "Star Trek," "Firefly," and more! Part 1 includes our picks for #10 through #6, while next week's conclusion will finish the list with #5 through #1.
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman analyze, dissect, and discuss Sony's recent announcement of the PlayStation 4. In an exhaustive analysis that covers absolutely everything we know so far, we offer our thoughts on one of the most exciting developments in recent gaming history, as well as our predictions and hopes for what comes next.
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman discuss their wants and predictions for the new generation of video game consoles, tentatively known as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720. Also discussed is Bungie's reveal of their new game "Destiny."
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman tackle two big news topics from the past week. First, we cover the big spate of Nintendo news announced during the company's latest Nintendo Direct broadcast, and next, we dive deep into our thoughts on the news that J.J. Abrams will be directing "Star Wars Episode VII."
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman take it easy and talk about whatever's on their mind, which, in this case, means PlayStation network issues, downloadable video games like "Journey" and "Tokyo Jungle," a horrible shopping experience at Best Buy, and Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty." There's no particular topic, but this is a fun and lively podcast nevertheless!
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman play catch-up on the last two weeks - including Sean's memorable experiences going to the movie theatre, as well as his opinion on the HFR version of "The Hobbit" - before diving into a full review and analysis of the new Doctor Who Christmas Special, "The Snowmen."
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman look back at 2012, offering our picks for the best movies, video games, and TV Shows of a very entertaining year. And Sean babbles about a four-year old JRPG. A lot.
Hosts Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman review, analyze, and discuss the highly anticipated "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" from director Peter Jackson. We are both very positive on the film, albeit with some minor reservations. Listen to the show to learn more!
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman prepare for the release of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" by recording an audio commentary for the 1977 animated "Hobbit" movie by Rankin Bass! If you haven't seen this camp classic, now is the perfect time! Also discussed are recent film releases and "Far Cry 3."
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman continue their trek through Middle Earth with an exhaustive look back at the "Lord of the Rings" film trilogy by director Peter Jackson. Exploring our memories of the movies, how the films adapt Tolkien's books, and how each character and performance stacks up, we give this epic trilogy the remembrance it deserves!
Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman prepare for the release of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" by diving into the literary world of J.R.R. Tolkien and Middle Earth. What makes "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings" such enduring classics? What about the universe Tolkien created endures and excites readers decades past its inception? All this, plus discussions of "Skyfall" and "Lincoln," round out a busy episode!
Jonathan and Sean offer their thoughts on the Call of Duty phenomenon by tracing the series from the start of its home console success with Call of Duty 2 up to the record breaking success of Black Ops II. Also discussed is recent film news, a breakdown of the final Twilight film, Wii U launch news, and Jonathan's guide to Thanksgiving film releases.
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman offer an in-depth, multi-part review of Halo 4, the new Halo game for Xbox 360. All spoilers are held to the end of the episode, so don't worry if you haven't finished Campaign yet! Also discussed, at the beginning of the show, is Red vs Blue Season 10 and its recent, excellent finale.
In preparation for this week's launch of "Halo 4" on Xbox 360, Sean and Jonathan offer their thoughts on the upcoming game and take an in-depth look back at memories of prior games in the beloved sci-fi series.
Sean Chapman and Jonathan Lack devote half the show to a second discussion of Prometheus, now on Blu-Ray, and the first half bouncing around from an overview of the Assassin’s Creed video games, recent movie reviews, and our reaction to the news that Disney has purchased Lucasfilm and will be making more Star Wars films. What can we say? It has been a busy couple of weeks, and we wanted to cover it all.
Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman revisit the beloved "Indiana Jones" franchise, offering their in-depth analysis of each film in the original trilogy and briefly touching upon "Crystal Skull." Discussion of the new "Bond 50" Blu-Ray set and a preview of next week's installment round out the episode.
Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman finish our coverage of the first portion of Doctor Who's seventh season by discussing "The Angels Take Manhattan," the final episode to feature long-time companions Amy and Rory!
Sean and Jonathan discuss the fourth episode of Doctor Who Series 7, "The Power of Three," in great detail. In particular, we spend much time ranting about the final, awful line of the episode. The latest "Hobbit" trailer is also discussed.
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman cover a few mini-topics before jumping into a major, in-depth discussion of the highly impressive Half-Life "Black Mesa" mod, a remake of the original Half-Life game from the ground-up! At the end of the episode, we also review the latest Doctor Who, "A Town Called Mercy," in-depth.
This week's episode is a scattered one, with hosts Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman covering a variety of topics, from an overview of the new "Terminator Anthology" Blu-Ray set to a discussion of this week's "Doctor Who," "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship." It's a fun and free-spirited episode, but we promise to have a real topic next week!
Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman take an in-depth look at "Asylum of the Daleks," the first episode of Doctor Who's brand new seventh series. We cover character and plot details, make predictions, and give our overall thoughts on a pretty outstanding premiere. "Hobbit" news and updates on Denver's "Studio Ghibli" festival round out the episode.
Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman indulge their obsession of British sci-fi series "Doctor Who" by previewing its upcoming seventh series, premiering this Saturday on BBC America. Predictions! Retrospectives! Criticism! Praise! It's all here in our special Doctor Who kick-off!
With a massive film festival of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli's works coming to Denver, Colorado, hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman take a look at all the movies being screened. Which ones are the best? Which ones aren't as amazing? Which ones should you go out of your way to see? It's a cavalcade of classics on this week's episode.
We discuss Peter Jackson’s decision to make his Hobbit adaptation a trilogy. Does this move excite us? Is there any validity to all the fanboy wining on the internet? Then we review the tenth season of popular web series Red vs Blue. The landmark season has reached its halfway point, so we wanted to catch up and chime in on what has been a pretty phenomenal year for Rooster Teeth.
Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman host an in-depth discussion on the year's biggest film, "The Dark Knight Rises." We pick apart every character, plot point, and detail, analyzing the film to its fullest to provide the best insight possible. Also discussed are our hopes for the next Batman series, and reactions to the first "Man of Steel" teaser.
Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman count down the worst movies of all time. Which atrocious films made their lists? Which cinematic abominations stand among the worst of the worst? And will Sean ever get past the pain of watching "After Last Season?" Find out on this exciting episode!
Hosts Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman take an in-depth look at this month's superhero spectacular, "The Amazing Spider-Man." Marc Webb's reboot has proven commercially popular, but is it a critical success? We analyze every aspect of the film in great detail to find out!
Hosts Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman take an exhaustive, in-depth look at Ridley Scott's "Prometheus," the sci-fi sensation that has set the internet ablaze. Nearly every moment of the film is analyzed, with each question and muddy plot point addressed in extreme detail.
Hosts Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman conclude their countdown of their Top Ten favorite movies, with discussions of films like "The Empire Strikes Back," "The Godfather," "Back to the Future," and more!
Hosts Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman take you on a journey through their ten favorite films of all time! Classics and obscure choices are covered and a good time is had by all! This week explores #10-#6 on the list, while next week’s show will countdown #5 through #1.