We begin this episode with episodes 3-5 of Fargo season three, including the twists, turns, and bulimia. Is VM a worthy heir to Mike Milligan’s throne? We debate. Spencer’s seen all four hours of Twin Peaks season 3, Drew doesn’t like the show – takes fly. The final segment of our show is dedicated to praising Tom King’s Sheriff of Babylon, before discussing why great comics get cancelled. Continue reading Binge Mode #8: Fargo, Twin Peaks, Sheriff of Babylon
This week on Binge Mode Fargo 302 “The Principle of Restricted Choice” drops, and you know what that means: more murder, … Continue reading Binge Mode #7: Fargo 302 & Pilot season
Fargo is back. We don’t know how Noah Hawley does it, but he has his original hit show back on … Continue reading Binge Mode #6: Fargo Season 3 Premier, Mass Effect Andromeda Spoilercast
Legion turned in a fantastic first season, our discussion appreciates the visual creativity, disregard for formal narrative, and dope hand-made costumes. We worship every crumb of nuance from the best show of the spring.
Find your seat on the hype train, the first trailer for Star Wars Episode VIII is here (just nine months til showtime!). Luke uses some strong language in this clip – we overreact and overanalyze ( 42:50 ). Continue reading Binge Mode #5: Legion finale, Star Wars VIII Trailer
First impressions with Mass Effect Andromeda before the post-release patch. The controversial release has delivered memorable moments and priceless game-breaking bug videos.
Later ( 48:50 ) the pod turns to celebrating the Blu-Ray release of Star Wars Rogue One. Then ( 55:22 ) Spencer lauds Ta-Nehisi Coates’ run of Marvel’s Black Panther, before Drew gushes of Zelda: Breath of the Wild ( 1:02:50 ). Continue reading Binge Mode #4: Mass Effect: Andromeda
Binge Mode is back from Mardi Gras break. This episode begins with reactions to ‘Logan’ -wondering when Marvel will start killing off … Continue reading Binge Mode #3: Logan, Mass Effect: Andromeda hype
A full rundown of the Best Picture nominees, debating the merits of La La Land, Manchester by the Sea, Moonlight, and the rest of the nominees. All leading up to a lot of love for our favorite film of 2016, ‘Hell or High Water’ starring the inimitable Ben Foster, a career performance by Chris Pine, and an understated, racist Jeff Bridges. Continue reading Binge Mode #2: Oscars Overview