Classic Combo NYD Edition (right click OR click)
The Futile Podcast started in 2007. So, this will be Year 10. As part of the celebration I’ll be posting what I’m calling: “Classic Combos ” and other little bonus content type things. This one is based around some movies I watched this New Year’s Day evening. The three podcasts that make up this combo were done with my good friend Mark, who has since passed, yeah I know 2016, right? Anyway, life goes on, and we will have more new shows up soon. I hope you enjoy revisiting some of these classics as much as I do.
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379. The Martian (Right click OR click)
Jeff and Ian nitpick on this modern Hollywood fantasy, and then talk about Batman for a bit because that’s all we ever want to do.
377. X-Men Apocalypse (right click OR click)
Tyson, Tyler, Danielle, and Ian talk about the X-men movies and how this new one measures up. Spoilers galore!
376.Critters_Saga (right click OR click)
Zack, Seth, and Ian discuss the audacity of continuity in this lesser know late 80s horror rip-off property.
372. Cap3 (right click or click)
Tyler, Tyson, Danielle, and Ian talk Marvel movies. Civil War especially.
360. Star Wars VII
Zack, Ian, and Luke talk about the franchise and what might be the most anticipated movie of our lifetimes. Gets a little nitpicky.
Futile Podcast: 354. Avengers 2
Marvel might be losing some of their luster, or maybe it’s just Iron Man 2 all over again. We’ll see. And look out for the “Daredevil” podcast coming soon.
353. Furious 7 (right click or click)
What did you think Zack and I forgot about this? Did you? How dare you, I’m … I’m just ashamed. perhaps you should go to your room and listen to this podcast, and think about your betrayal.
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352. Mad Max: Fury Road (Right click OR click)
Zack, Christian, and Ian discuss the potent power of practical effects.