And The Revenge Of The Fart Lords Of The Sith

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Welcome back to the podcast of fun, this time on the show your life model decoy hosts, Jeremy and Jason, have brewed a cup of nerdy pop-culture talky news things and awkward moments. Do you like Star Wars, beard chat, Doctor Who, and scandalous sexy sex sex on the television set? Wow! Then do we have a show for you, clown shoes!

On the unnamed super terrific hour this week: [read more>>]

Versus the Man Of Steel ZODCAST

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Look! It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s three fat guys talking about Superman!

Jason Tabrys, Jeremy R! Hudson, and Blastr’s Matthew Jackson join up for the latest, most epicest edition of the BastardCast since the last time they joined up for a podcast, and like Zack Snyder and The Man of Steel, they don’t give a damn about how much destruction they cause!

Cheap shot? #SuckIt because these guys are a porridge table of feels when it comes to Warner Bros. new superhero spectacle — one is too hot for it, another is cool to it, and Jason is a bowl of steaming rage.

What’s that, you want to know more about this thing you’re about to put in your ears? Fine, the guys are breaking down what they think Superman is, how they feel the filmmakers either flew or fell, Superman’s responsibility to humanity and the responsibility of the character to be accessible, and why this destroyed city is different than the countless others that have flashed on our screens.

Also on the cast: the kiss and quip among the ashes of Metropolis, the Will Arnett Engine, Dildo space ships, the best way to kill Kevin Costner (in a movie), Russell Crowe on a dragon, and Superman’s Vader “No!”.

All that and kltpzyxm on…

Film Review Man of Steel

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The BatBastardCast: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Reviewed And The End Of Nolan’s Batman

We had planned to release a special edition of The Bastardcast called The Batcast on Sunday, something that would celebrate the release of The Dark Knight Rises and feature both our analysis and our full geek out over the film. After the tragedy in Aurora though, we just didn’t know what to say. [read more>>]