Michael May welcomes Walt Disney World superfans Corey Chapman, Lizzie Twachtman, and Mike Westfall to talk about their favorite parks, rides, resorts, and food at The Most Magical Place on Earth. They also create some attractions, lands, and even a movie or two that they'd love to see.
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Fourth Chair Army members Evan Hanson, Rob Graham, and Michael May are joined by Nerd Lunch's Jeeg to talk about the original Thomas Magnum, TC, Rick, and of course Higgie Baby. They noodle over noir influences, gab about guest stars, and figure out favorite episodes. Does the show hold up? How does it compare to [...]
On this episode of Nerd Lunch we are joined again by the Batman 75 rhyme team of Jay and Michael May to discuss the two Tim Burton Batman movies for the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Batman.
Are they excellent scifi comedies, disposable popcorn flicks, or a threat to all life on this planet? Annaliese Trammel, Chris Bailey (aka Charlton Hero), and Michael May drill deep into the first three Men in Black movies as well as the comics (thanks to Chris!). They talk about what works, what doesn't, and what it [...]
Image by ekajogja Join Jeeg, CT, Pax, and Michael May for some predictions about everyone's favorite Cajun superhero, Gambit, and his standalone movie that will never be made.
Inspired by the upcoming Godzilla movie, Michael May invites Chad Young, Jeff Somogyi, and Evan Hanson to recast giant monsters and giant robots in other genres. The conversation occasionally runs off-topic like a giant lizard in downtown Tokyo, rampaging through eBay, stadium seating, summer camp counseling, and Blue Apron chase variants, but ultimately our fearless team is [...]
With the new Shazam! movie fresh in theaters, Michael May, Evan Hanson, and Paxton Holley go back to 1941 to talk about the Big Red Cheese's first movie appearance. It's a deep dive into the classic movie serial as well as discussions of comics, the '70s TV show, and expectations for the new film.
Disney loves making live-action versions of its cartoon library, but how many of them are actually good? Geek Kay and Christian Nielsen join Michael May to talk about the phenomenon and also figure out how they'd approach remaking Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Hercules, The Three Caballeros, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Shawn Robare, Evan Hanson, and Michael May unpack Unbreakable, sift through Split, and get into Glass. They also converse on the career of M Night Shyamalan, wondering if one of us has made a gross error and wasted the other person's valuable time.