After coming home from Bingetown, Nelson and Tim give their take on the entire season of Netflix’s Cobra Kai V. Nostalgia, chaos, and spoilers ahead!
In the second part of a two-part Netflix extravaganza, Tim and Nelson provide a “First Take” on the new series, The Sandman; and Nelson gets an advanced screening of the upcoming horror-comedy, Day Shift.
Netflix is dropping some 🔥🔥🔥🔥. With all of the Netflix content out there, Nelson and Tim dive into the deep end in a two-parter devoted to the streaming giant. This episode, they cover The Gray Man and Stranger Things 4.
Nelson and Tim recap this year’s SDCC! Trailer pitches, announcements, panels, and exclusives. They cover it all! Or at least the DC/Marvel part of SDCC 🤷🏻♂️.
With Tim on assignment at San Diego Comic Con, Nelson welcomes guest host (and wife), Daisy. Together, they discuss the extensive content they are consuming on streaming platforms Hulu, Netflix, and AppleTV+, including Only Murders in the Building (Hulu), Persuasion (Netflix), and Loot (AppleTV+). Plus, the return of Nelson’s Trailer Pitches!
Tim welcomes guest host, Jessica Hobbs as they give their take on The Lost City and Senior Year. Jess goes through her watchlist and the two introduce a new segment called “REMIX” where they choose films they would like to see remade.
In this episode, Nelson and Tim revisit their Karate Kid childhood through Cobra Kai and Tim tells the critics of Home Team to calm down. Warning: May contain spoilers!
Nelson gets punchy as the duo dives into Netflix’s Don’t Look Up and the latest in the Star Wars’ franchise, The Book of Boba Fett. Things go off the rails when they debate peanut M&M’s. Plus, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Cobra Kai are on their watchlists.
Nelson and Tim revisit their childhood by reviewing 8-Bit Christmas. Plus, Nelson pitches new trailers, Tim battles a cold, and the guy’s rate The Power of the Dog on Netflix.
Nelson and Tim hauled their families to the movie theater to watch Disney’s new animated feature, Encanto. And they also provide reviews for King Richard (HBO Max) and Red Notice (Netflix). Are they a watch, stream, or skip?