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PCR #47 - The Curse of the Three’s

February 22nd, 2016

In this episode, Travis & Xavier take a look at some of the worst movie threequels of all time.  A threequel is a second sequel to a movie, or a continuation, or the third part to a franchise.  Unfortunately, Hollywood always seems to drop the ball on what made the previous two films successful.  Whether the lead actor wasn't signed on for a third film, or the budget was cut back, or the writers and/or director don't come back (unless it's Michael Bay, then you can't get rid of him), something always seems to happen which affects the overall quality of the threequel, or as we like to say....the curse of the three! 

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PCR #46 - Deadpool Movie Review

February 15th, 2016

SPOILER ALERT!!!  In this episode, Travis & Chris give their thoughts on the (surprise?) smash hit comic book flick, DEADPOOL!  They take a look at how this movie got made, Ryan Reynolds playing the role of his life, and the risks the studio made in getting it made.  They look at the characters, the music, settings, costumes, and of course, the humor!  If you haven't seen the film yet, go check it out before listening to this ep; otherwise hit the download button, get some chimichangas and enjoy!

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PCR #45 - NOW That’s What I Call Music!

February 2nd, 2016

In this episode, Travis & Chris record live on-location from Dimensions Comics in Seabrook Texas as they discuss the best albums of the 90s!  They start out by talking about how the music scene was as the decade started out and what made it what some would say as the last golden era of music.  Travis runs down a list of the best selling albums as well as a list of the best albums according to Rolling Stone.  From there Travis & Chris do their own personal top 10 lists of their personal favorite albums of the 90s, what was influential to them growing up.  After that, they read off some listener responses from Facebook & Twitter!  If you remember going out and buying cassettes & CDs, watching TRL on MTV, or even when Metallica went to war with Napster, you'll enjoy this episode!

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