Ah, nothing like a nice hiatus to clear the cob-webs and/or while away time doing schoolwork and preparing for a grim future of educated unemployment. But you know what? Even though we may spend our future podcasting in a dingy alley using only a broken microphone (unplugged of course) and a typewriter (missing the letter "A" of course), the Epi-Cast will live on. Whether that is a good thing or not remains to be seen. Or at least not yet communicated to me personally. We're practically working in a vaccuum here, people! But, you know, we wouldn't have it any other way. Unless money is involved, then we'll totally whore ourselves out. Any offers? We're cheap!
Epi-Cast: Episode 23 - "Podcasterz 'N tha Hood"
Returning just in time for the start of Summer movie season, the doofy duo unload their critical slings and arrows on Ridley Scott's unimpressive Robin Hood prequel. How much of a misfire is it? A hint: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is referenced in relation to it. Yeeks, that's never good! However, to help balance out the episode, they also fawn adoringly over this year's amazing Best Foreign Film Oscar Winner The Secret in Their Eyes, as well as engage in wit-soaked commentary over Iron Man II, I Sell the Dead, Pirate Radio and, oddly enough, the 1969 semi-classic Two Mules for Sister Sara with Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine. Not enough to satisfy your ravenous appetite for movie discussion? Well, hoss, we'd be remiss to not mention that the new trailers for Machete, The Adjustment Bureau, Jonah Hex and Piranha 3D are dissected for the greater good of society. We may be internet outlaws, but we sure as sheep-dog know when to give the people what they want. You're most welcome.
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