Terrible Terry Tate
Office Linebacker

“Feltcher & Sons” C.E.O. Ron Felcher hires an “office linebacker” to address the dwindling employee performance at his company.
The linebacker:
#56, “Terrible” Terry Tate

Steve Jobs
Trailers & Artwork

Steve Jobs | Trailer and TV spot for the film directed by Danny Boyle & written by Aaron Sorkin, starring Michael Fassbender

The Podcast • Chapter 7:
Tony Scott’s
True Romance
&
Wes Asks The Question:
Is Quentin Tarantino Racist?

Heated and passionate discussion about racism in the works of Quintin Tarantino, specifically his screenplays for Pulp Fiction & True Romance

Guillermo Del Toro
Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak | Guillermo Del Toro Endeavors To Give The World A Horror Film That Will Scare The Ever-Loving Shit Out Of Us. Will He Succeed?

Spectre
The Next James Bond Trailer

Spectre
Teaser Trailer, Posters & Commentary
Clive Owen, The Hire, Monica Bellucci, Sean Connery, James Bond, Roger Moore, Albert Broccoli, Skyfall, Goldfinger, From Russia With Love,

The Podcast • Chapter 6:
Francis Ford Coppola’s
The Godfather (Continued)

My Father, Albert Candela (1943-2015) Oldboy & Wes begin their journey… They take on the Francis Ford Coppola crime saga masterpiece: The Godfather.

The Podcast • Chapter 5:
Francis Ford Coppola’s
The Godfather
For My Pop (1943-2015)

Two weeks after the passing of my father, Oldboy and I tackle Francis Ford Coppola’s film saga The Godfather, In honor of my Pop. I love you Pop. Always.

The Podcast • Chapter 3:
The Watchowski’s 1999 Phenomenon
The Matrix

In our third podcast, Oldboy and discuss The Matrix. It’s impact on cinema, pop culture, and how the world was introduced to The Wachowski’s.

Penny Dreadful Season 2

This show is so fucking bad ass.
Feast your eyes on this…the entire first episode of the second season and a whole mess of trailers, promos and artwork below.
Who loves you baby?

The Podcast • Chapter 2:
Robert Zemeckis’s
Back To The Future

Back To The Future The magic & effect it had on our childhoods and how producers of Family Ties hid the script from Michael J. Fox in fear he would leave.