In which our heroes talk at too great a length about Wrestlemania before finally getting around to talking about the gift that was two Captain Marvel movies in the same month.
A scatter-shot catch-up of an episode in which we talk about gaming, tv, movies and wrestling. And a bit more wrestling. Also the Umbrella Academy, quite a lot too!
Jack, Simon & Kyrie gather to discuss their vague recollections of 2019’s Royal Rumble PPV.
But if wrestling isn’t your thing, we have good news for you! They almost forgot to talk about it at all. This episode is mostly a discussion of the Resident Evil 2 remake, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and DC’s Titans.
And the Rumble. A bit.
Simon and Jack give their (belated) views on Into The Spiderverse!
Sorry for the delay on this one but hopefully we should be back on track! But take that as the Dangerously Unprepared optimism that it is. 😉
Join Simon, Jack & Kyrie as we talk about the Rocky / Creed franchise. It’s all about entertainment derived from pretending to do combat sports in a ring tonight, with Simon giving an update on Pro Wrestling Eve’s Shevivor Series and the future of NXT UK talent’s contracts’ impact on the indie scene.
Simon is joined by Kyrie, Jack and Zoe to discuss a topic suggested on the discord by cwinds0r. Namely, which characters do you really care about and get invested in?
Of course, there’s a lot to talk about first!
Apologies for slight sound issues in this one, background noise and laptop microphones proved difficult to wrangle. And apologies that Zoe’s goodbye was lost in the recording.
Credit to anyone who gets the title reference 😉
Jack, Kyrie and Simon sit down to talk about the nonsense happening over at White Wolf, what the IP’s future might hold now that Paradox Interactive own them and also, Pokemon.
Kyrie and Simon are left to their own devices by Jack and Rob this week so, naturally, they turn to wrestling. Womens’ wrestling, specifically.
Join them as they discuss the Mae Young Classic, Evolution and, in general, the bizarre phenomenon that is the WWE seeming to care about women.