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Summary: 2 average guys, Mike and Brian use their passion for one of the great television shows of all-time to review "24", showcasing the "worst days" of Jack Bauer's life -- Featuring humorous segments, real-life experts to discuss the goings-on in the episodes, and the celebrated "24 in 60", a 60+ second episode review, this is the one 24-related podcast that you cannot miss.
The AVENGERS Perspective Review is on it's way! Prepare for it with a "not-so-puny" GOD! What do you get when you add in a dude with long hair, silvery gauntlets, a series of "quilt pads on his shoulders", a flowing red cape, muscles a plenty and a hammer so large that you could tenderize the state of Texas? You get one of the many comic book movies showcased inside of the summer of 2011 - Thor, directed by Kenneth Branagh, featuring a gargantuan and talented cast - featured here in PERSPECTIVE REVIEW by The 2GuysTalking Podcast. The question arises quickly, just like Thor's temper: Were YOU Floored After Being THOR'd? We'll find out today as we provide you the perspective review of THOR, 2011 - here on the 2GuysTalking Podcast.
Well - it's here! The culmination of 12 episodes of season 5! The True Blood finale we've all been waiting for! What did YOU think? What do you think of our review of it? It's time to tell us what YOU think so we can use your input in our "ALL FAN INPUT" episode next week, and prepare for a great "season wrap up" episode right after that one! It's all about YOU, your input and opinions and we want to know!
Can you believe 10 episodes have already gone by? Episode 11, Sunset, provides us some great action, detailed story telling, a swift progression to the end of the 5th season of True Bl-- (what is that sound?) John Cougar Mellencamp - For, or... Against? Come with us as we review this most recent episode of True Blood, in prelude to the final episode of Season 5! Remember you can win $100, just for telling us what YOU think of our content!
Can you believe there are only TWO episodes left? This episode review of True Blood, provides you with some great samples of how we both love and want something different for this program! Make sure to look at this episode where we have plenty of people that get "gone, gone, gone," and are put onto the ramp of the end of the season! Don't forget also that you're change to win $100 CASH via The Gauntlet via 2GuysTalking! What did YOU think of this episode? Let us know what your thoughts of this episode were now and WIN!
How many of you are ready for more new characters this season? Are there enough bows being put onto storylines and characters? Can you deal with there being so much meat, so late in the season? Is it time for The Fangbanger Podcast to just shut up and enjoy what we're being sent across the HBO True Blood stream? It's time for us to review episode 9, of Season 5, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"! We look forward to your input, and toward more great samples of good writing, acting and more!
After last week's evisceration of True Blood's Episode 7, "In the Beginning", we were more than happy to buck up to the True Blood table, grab a heaping helping of story line character arcs, the introduction to new characters/villains and even answer feedback from you the listeners inside this most recent episode of The Fangbanger Podcast, covering the hourly hit HBO show True Blood. This week, "Somebody that I Used to Know" was incredibly familiar, comfort-food-like, and a stark contrast to what was served up to us last week. Be sure to listen and tell us what you think AND to listen to The True Blood: Transfusion, our video-only, fan feedback section starring - YOU! It's all part of the appreciation of all thangs, with Fangs!
Don't miss out on our review of what will go down in history as "the pit" of just about every season of Trueblood . "In the Beginning" could be construed as "Could This Be the Beginning of the End?" unfortunately - Was the creative staff also wandering down Burbon Street drunk while coming up with the contents of THIS one?? Wow.
Now everyone knows what they need to do, and - ROMAN is DEAD? Conflict is surely the centerpiece inside this episode, "Hopeless" as we reach the true halfpoint in this 5th season but - how much hope (and eventually story?) are we going to need to hold out and when is the engine we saw revved two weeks ago going to re-engage? Take a listen to our thoughts and be sure to GIVE US GUIDANCE and HOPE for what's to come in the rest of the season!
Roller coasters are something that provide us all with experiences - that's for sure. We've all been on the roller coaster that's great, that includes varying speeds, neck-shattering turns and loop de loops galore. But we've also been on those roller coasters that SUCK. This week's episode of True Blood, "Let's Goot & Rally" had is on a ride - we've got that but which kind was it? Was the return of Russell Edgington something that sent us for a loop? Were we twisting sideways midway through or - did it suck? There's only one way to find out! Listen to our review of True Blood, Season 5, episode 5, "Let's Boot & Rally" - TONITE on The Fangbanger Podcast - covering each and every hour-by-hour offering of this hit HBO series, True Blood.
We welcome True Blood/DEXTER Director & Cinematographer Romeo Tirone to the review pulpit again via teleconference suite! It's not everyday that you benefit from the input from the true, nuts-and-bolts, behind-the-scene constructors of modern-day television, but we're honored once again to welcome True Blood/DEXTER Director & Cinematographer, Romeo Tirone inside our review of the episode HE directed, Season 5, episode 4, "We'll Meet Again" - TONITE on The Fangbanger Podcast - covering each and every hour-by-hour offering of this hit HBO series, True Blood.
Where on earth has the PROGRESS inside this episode been in this season's two previous episodes? We meet yet another new but somehow familiar character, we're given some outstanding exposition, pathways-a-plenty, and a variety of potential places to visit! Welcome back, True Blood! We hope to have many of these same flavors, stacked onto a bun ready for the eternal bite! What did YOU think of this episode? Be sure to tell us what you think and we'll use YOUR feedback inside our video-only, fan feedback segment, The True Blood: Transfusion! Click the video below to listen to it all!
Red and Blue has ties to many superheroes. Bugs, elements, and adjectives galore make up names that mean so much to so many. There are many heroes, millions of stories and even more fans that will profess that their favorite super hero of all time - is Spiderman. The fact remains that while Spiderman has been around since the 1960s, in a variety of incarnations, it all started yet again, in 2002 with the red and blue smart aleck, now wrapped belovingly around Toby MaGuire, with Kirsten Dunst as the gorgeous Mary Jane, and a number of incredibly recognizable personalities as SPIDERMAN arrived on the silver screen. It's time to review Spiderman, directed by the director that GETS Spiderman, horror genius Sam Raimi 2002 here on The 2GuysTalking Nostalgia Engine. Join Mike Wilkerson and David Carite (the Fangbanger Podcast Host) as they review this movie that started the comic book movie waterfall!
Oh, the writers like to get you in a compromising position. They like to get you there and smile right in your face. Well, they think they're so cute when they put characters in that condition. Well, we think that's a total disgrace - that's what we say (about) Authority Always Wins - episode 2, of True Blood Season 5 here during this review on The 2GuysTalking Podcast Network!
Ahh, yet another "Waiting Sucks" period is over and it's time to see what's taken place since we last met the beloved characters of TRUE BLOOD! The Return of Villains Past, Pam Becomes a Mom and Everyone Wants Jason - Almost! Fangbanger Podcast hosts David Carite & Mike Wilkerson welcome you to the launch of True Bloods 5th season! Where the veins of storytelling there in your first bite of flesh? There's only one way to find out! Click to listen now and tell us what YOU think so we'll be able to include your input in our future episodes!
A television or movie is a project developed from often times unimaginable energy. Just like the Sun. There is a core, there are surrounding outer layers of energy, that all culminate to create the required coronas that help the sun to deliver it's energy out into the universe. One, by one, by one, they harness the power of the one prior to it, amassing what is supposed to be a life-giving force to all in it's path. This year, on DEXTER, we certainly were privy to a core, a variety of layered experiences - this we're sure of. What's up for debate here, during The DEXTER Podcast is this: Was the energy we got as hot as we thought it was going to be? Did the flowers bloom in the latter days of December as we finished out Season 6 of DEXTER? What did YOU think of the energy-delivering, television-based celestial body of DEXTER's Season 6?