Is Andy Serkis about to earn an Oscar nomination for playing Caesar in War for the Planet of the Apes? He is if the Reel Hooligans have any say in the matter. This week, Tim English and David Cain are joined by Chris Deffenbaugh to celebrate the life of Caesar and the future of Matt Reeves' career (as he moves on from Apes to directing The Batman.) Plus, D23 is unveiling new goodies from Star Wars The Last Jedi and Avengers Infinity War.
Finally!! It's been a long wait, but it's finally here, the first proper Spider-Man movie and the webheads debut in the big bad Marvel Cinematic Universe. This week, Tim and David are on location at the Alamo Drafthouse in Kansas City on opening night of Spider-Man Homecoming!
In this very special episode of Reel Hooligans, the boys take on the legend himself, Steven Spielberg. Tim and David welcome Michael Smith and Jeremy Werner from Media Mikes' Behind the Mikes Podcast to talk all things Spielberg.
A lot of important questions are raised this week on Reel Hooligans. What went wrong on the Han Solo movie? Can Ron Howard save the movie? Will the John Wick universe work on TV. And what does David think of the new trailer for season 7 of Game of Thrones?
The movie of the week is Baby Driver, directed by Edgar Wright and it's a kick ass ride. Take a journey into the hyperfrantic world of criminals, getaway drivers and killer soundtracks.
The main event is the round table discussion about director and producer Steven Spielberg. The Reel Hooligans run through his amazing career, from Jaws to Saving Private Ryan to The BFG, pausing to talk about Mike's book about the making of Jaws 2 and Tim and David's Flashback to the ill-fated Twilight Zone Movie.
We cap this week's adventure off with a game of Spawn of....Spielberg!!
Sometimes, the crappiest movies bring out the best in the Reel Hooligans. This week, Tim and David take on Tom Cruise in The Mummy starring Tom Cruise as Tom Cruise!! And, Tim flip flops on It Comes At Night. Plus, the boys have a new project and it has something to do with Emma Stone -- big shocker, right? Find out what Tim thinks of his daughter hitting dating age and how David introduced his daughter to Lord Vader. This week on Reel Hooligans!
A good DC movie? A female led superhero movie?? What the hell is going on??? Must be the end of the world. Nope. It's just the Wonder Woman movie -- finally, after all these years -- and the Reel Hooligans are all over it. This week, Tim English and David Cain are joined by film critic Alan Rapp (Razorfine Reviews, Explosion of Awesome) and Corey and Dyani Eaton to discuss the Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, DC's first good flick in God knows how long, and the female action hero (more please).
So, sit back, grab a cold one and your headphones and spend a little time with the Reel Hooligans and Wonder Woman.
This week, Tim and David are joined by filmmaker Jason Turner (Iron City Chronicles) to talk the Alien franchise and how Covenant fits in; how good is Michael Fassbender?; predictions for the next (final?) installment, and a bunch of geeky sci-fi love and a little bit of ugh for where it's all going.
Plus, the boys talk about their favorite Ridley Scott films, and the future of Jason's Iron Joe feature film.
After a nice long break, the Reel Hooligans return to weigh in on Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2, the summers' first big hit, and King Arthur, the summer's first big bomb -- plus the boys talk about their favorite movie and TV mamas.
Behold...the shared universe. A vast cinematic world where characters co-exist, allowing for individual movies to be paired with team-ups, sequels, and spin-offs. Sure, everyone has to have one now. From Marvel to Star Wars to King Kong and Godzilla, is there an end to this Hollywood trend?
This week, Tim and David are joined by Alan Rapp (RazorFine Reviews) to take on the new "king of monsters" and Kong: Skull Island and preview Planet Comicon Kansas City.
To top it off, we are joined by a special guest Hooligan, composer Henry Jackman (Kong, Civil War, Big Hero 6) to talk about bringing the iconic Kong back to the big screen, working with Hans Zimmer and the upcoming Kingsmen 2.
The movie of the year (so far, it's early) is LOGAN -- the final movie for Hugh Jackman, bringing to end a nearly 20 year reign as Wolverine -- and the Hooligans are all over it.
Tim, David, and Chris explore what could very well be Fox's best super hero movie (and easily Jackman's best!)
Plus, trailer talk -- no GET LOST -- but the Hooligans recap the Oscar madness and play a game of LOST IN TRANSLATION.
Welcome to the season one finale for Reel Hooligans. This week, Tim and David introduce a new dude who could develop into a main character during season two -- welcome Chris Deffenbaugh. This week, the Hooligans talk about Lego Batman and John Wick 2, because why not?
Plus, Chris journeys back to the island with Tim and David for another round of Get LOST. Is David asking the right questions?
But of course, the showcase event is the Super Bowl of movie awards, the 89th annual Academy Awards. The Hooligans run through the nominees and try and figure out how many (out of 14) LA LA Land will take home.