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 "kind 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.
If you've been with us from the beginning, you know that our Hooligans are both fathers...at very different stages of fatherhood. Tim has three kids, none younger than 10, while David's daughter is still a toddler. But how do movie geeks handle what they allow their kids to see? This is one of our most fascinating episodes and I think the Hooligans' answers may surprise you...But first, the boys GET LOST!!!
Happy New Year. Here we go again. During the first episode of 2017 Tim and David wander through the movies they're looking forward to in the upcoming year, and a few they're dreading. Plus, the boys continue to Get LOST. Listen for movie reviews of xXx3 and The Founder. And for the first time ever, the boys announce the Reel Hooligans Beer of the Month!! CHEERS.
Not gonna lie...this one gets out of control. But that's NEW YEAR'S EVE, amiright??
In the final episode of 2016, Tim and David deal with the heart breaking loss of Carrie Fisher -- and introduce a new segment -- GET LOST!! (cuz David is binging Lost!)
Then, the NYE party starts, and they Hooligans try to play a game of ACCORDING TO TIM -- it's as much of a train wreck as you might think....but so much fun!!
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM TIM AND THE REEL HOOLIGANS!!
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....a couple of Hooligans dreamed of a world ripe with Star Wars movies...now with ROGUE ONE entering the picture as the first stand-alone -- err....Star Wars Story -- the Hooligans must embark on an epic quest to determine whether or not the juice is worth the squeeze.
It's awards season and Tim is gearing up to head to L.A. for the 22nd Annual Critic's Choice awards. But first the Hooligans are joined by fellow BFCA member Lisa Erdman to break down the Critics Choice nominees and break down the voting process for movie awards.
Stick around for the return of the original Hooligame, Everyone's a Critic -- Lisa versus David (winner gets a Reel Hooligans beer ornament!!)
This is it! The final chapter in the Jeremy Renner Project. Tim and David are joined by Mr. Alan Rapp this week to bring everything into focus and prove the Rennerverse is real! Plus holiday movies, an awards season update, and a game of LOST IN TRANSLATION. Bottoms up.
The Rennerverse is real, folks. During part two of the no-so-scientific investigation to crack the code on Jeremy Renner's one man cinematic universe, the Reel Hooligans disect the middle third of Jeremy Renner's filmography. But, that's not all. Tim is still prepping for the Critic's Choice Awards and has a bunch of new movie reviews. And what are Tim and David's favorite musicals? There's only one way to find out....grab a drink and join us -- CHEERS!