What if the Axis won WW2? Amazon’s flagship TV series, THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, is an alternative history that makes some questionable choices. But it’s a great example of all that goes into adapting a book for the screen! Plus: should we be excited for SOLO A STAR WARS STORY?
Beware! Spoilers abound! Our INFINITY WAR spectacular: a conversation in two parts. The Vox Duo started out with our pre-watch predictions, while we were both adroitly avoiding the movie's publicity. We recorded the second part just hours after leaving the theater, capturing our reactions to this marvelous crossover event.
Marvel's THE PUNISHER is that rare Marvel show on Netflix that doesn't inadvertently punish its fans. How did it succeed where the others stumbled? Joe and Adam investigate.
Adam & Joe discuss the wealth of entertainment choices available to us, from games on boards to games on consoles, from stories on big screens to stories on small screens, and from books to comic books — and they end with (what else?) podcasts.
We've given our entertainment podcast a makeover! THE GOLDEN AGE -- a show committed to celebrating our century's unrivaled creativity! And what better subject to start with than Marvel's BLACK PANTHER?
STAR WARS fandom is revolting! So Joe & Adam will explain why they’re wrong and why THE LAST JEDI is the best STAR WARS movie of the last 25 years.
The Vox Duo gush glowingly about Peter Parker's return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. HOMECOMING is the movie that makes it great to feel like a Spider-Man fan again. And is Vulture a great villain or what?
With a better visual design than Star Wars, VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS is Luc Besson's latest big, dumb movie with heart. But how much heart does it have? And is it worth your time? Adam & Joe marvel at both the stunning visuals and sloppy characterization.
For all its accolades, does Wonder Woman meet with the demanding expectations of white straight males? Joe and Adam discuss Doomed Plot Quests, the Ludendorff Question, crying women, the DCEU's encouraging experiment with color, and more.
Why didn't Adam and Joe like STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE? And why did everyone else? They talk about it on the experimental first episode of The Golden Age.