Cutting through the darkest clouds wearing only sunshine and taco sauce stained tee shirts, Jeremy and Jason have returned from the last great hiatus (for now), full of beer, piss, and vinegar, and they’re talking about the new Star Trek show, the latest in Star Wars news (and the way to merge the two), Indiana Jones, Playboy, fight against wookie objectification and delve into Jason’s plot to steal time by becoming the future POTUS… IN THE PAST! [read more>>]
This time on that podcast… Hey, did you know they are rebooting Ghostbusters? Jeremy has a few plumbing related concerns about this. Meanwhile Paul Feig apparently found Jason’s weak spot – current Saturday Night Live comedy genius Kate McKinnon.
Hey, did you know they are rebooting the Fantastic Four? The guys watch the trailer and give a honest to goodness mature review. Not really, but truth be told, Jason seems truly afraid and curious to see if the film’s seemingly antiseptic view of the FF mythos will start a trend.
Hey, did you know there is also some other reboot and non-reboot news this week? [read more>>]
This time on the show, the guys return for episode 101 with special guest Chris Cummins (Den of Geek US, Topless Robot, Geekadelphia) who stops by to shill his eBay auctions and talk with our illustrious hosts about the week’s nerdy news, the splendor that is The Hitchhiker’s Guide, our right to read whatever we like and the death of Batman and Superman: Friendship is Magic.
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Congratulations, you’ve selected the the 95th episode of The BastardCast, a comedy and entertainment podcast for rich and beautiful people BY portly slacker types. On the show this week: I was a teenage teenager! The results from the first ever #TimeChallenge! Over using exclamation points! Oh and the latest in pop-culture news:
Like a rolling boulder on a falling rope bridge shouting at you that Jehovah begins with an I while speaking in a vaguely Cate Blanchett/German accent, we… lost our train of thought, but we’re talking about the possibility of rebooting Indiana Jones, so we’ve got that going for us. [read more>>]
This time on The Bastardcast, Jeremy and Jason thread each other’s eyebrows and discuss the Spider-Man evil cinematic universe of evil, the return of Community, and we gaze into our crystal skulls to look at the future of the Indiana Jones franchise. [read more>>]