To Celebrate The 30th Anniversary Of Back To The Future “Jaws 19” Gets An Official Trailer


(PCM) It is hard to believe that the Back To The Future trilogy is celebrating it’s 30 year anniversary. In celebration Universal Studios has released a parody trailer for “Jaws 19” which will surely give die-hard fans of the franchise a good laugh.

It is the perfect lead in for the upcoming release of the Back To The Future 30th Anniversary Trilogy on both Blu-ray and DVD on October 21, 2015. That particular release date has extra special significance for Back To The Future fans, as that is the date that Marty McFly traveled back to in Back To The Future Part II.

For those that are unaware of the “Jaws 19” reference, when Marty arrives back in Hill Valley 2015, he is startled by a gigantic billboard advertising the film “Jaws 19”.  The parody trailer pokes fun at all the other Jaws sequels that led up to number 19.

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Pop! Pop! Ep. 12- Watchmen T.V. Show?

On episode 12 of Pop! Pop! the Pop Culture Podcast! The LA Nerd and Taylor welcome their very own roommate Patrick Geraghty to the studio to dish out some Nerd News!  The guys share solace over the fact that Pacific Rim 2 has been pulled from its release date; talk trash on Zack Snyder, his infamous slow motion sex scenes and his terrible music choices; and dream about a world where the X-Men are apart of the Marvel universe.  They also drool over Emmanuel Lubezki’s cinematography in The Revenant; cry for Leo Dicaprio’s nonexistent Oscar; speculate which new cast member of The Force Awakens is a Jedi; and last but not least they weigh the pros and cons of a Watchmen TV series on HBO (there’s also more Zack Snyder trash talking there too).

All of this and of course MORE on this week’s episode of Pop! Pop! the Pop Culture Podcast! 
Many thanks to Mister Mitchell for his musical talents in creating our theme song. Check out his website for all things music & audio related at, and like his facebook page here!

[0:00 – 2:57] – Intro

[2:58 – 6:47] – Jessica Jones teasers.

[6:48 – 10:45] – Pacific Rim 2 release date has been cancelled.

[10:46 – 16:16] – Game of Thrones movie rumors.

[16:17 – 22:06] – Batman Five Superman gets a PG-13 rating & Zack Snyder’s infamous slow-mo sex scenes.

[22:07 – 29:11] – Kevin Feige reveals contingency plans if Marvel ever got the rights to X-Men and/or Fantastic 4 back / We argue more about The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (like usual).

[29:12 – 36:53 ] – The Revenant trailer and past Oscar wins & snubs.

[36:54 – 47:49] – IT’S A TRAP! Admiral Ackbar returning for The Force Awakens, who we think the new Jedi in the film is, and Kathleen Kennedy reveals the focus of the new core trilogy.

[47:50 – 59:11] – Zack Snyder & HBO in talks to develop a Watchmen television series.

[59:12 – 1:01:25] – Shout Out’s / Outro

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All of the Movies and TV Shows Coming to and Leaving Netflix in October

Netflix_Feat(PCM) School is well underway and October is now upon us, bringing with it sweater weather, pumpkin spiced everything, Halloween, and a whole new batch of movie and shows to watch on Netflix!

This month, the popular instant streaming service is adding over 90 titles, including The Bourne Supremacy, Million Dollar Baby, Robin Williams Remembered, A Pioneers of Television Special, American Horror Story: Freak Show, Arrow: Season 3, Supernatural: Season 10, Jane the Virgin: Season 1, Lazarus, and the much hyped Netflix original starring Idris Elba, Beasts of No Nation.

With all of these new movies and TV shows taking over your queue, it’d be easy to miss the over 80 titles that are leaving Netflix throughout the month. Some titles to catch before they’re gone include A Nightmare on Elm Street, Annie Hall, The Big Lebowski, The Exorcist, and This is Spinal Tap.

Check out the full list of movies and TV shows coming to and leaving Netflix throughout October!

Coming October 1

A Christmas Carol (1938)

About Alex (2014)

Alexander: Theatrical Cut (2004)

American Pie (1999)

Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics Collection: Collection 1

Batman Begins (2005)

Boogie Nights (1997)

The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

Curse of Chucky (2013)

Dark Was the Night (2014)

Design on a Dime Collection: Collection 1

The Devil at 4 O’Clock (1961)

El Tiempo Entre Costuras (2013)

Extreme Homes Collection: Collection 1

Fixer Upper: Season 1

Genevieve’s Renovation: Season 1

Glass Chin (2014)

The Great Food Truck Race Collection: Collection 1

House Hunters Renovation Collection: Collection 1

Million Dollar Baby (2004)

Million Dollar Rooms Collection: Collection 1

Monkey Thieves: Seasons 1-3

On the Town (1949)

The Navy SEALs: Their Untold Story (2014)

The Nightmare (2015)

Pal Joey (1957)

Pepe (1960)

Pressure (2015)

Property Virgins Collection: Collection 1

Reasonable Doubt (2014)

Richard Pryor: Icon (2014)

Robin Williams Remembered, A Pioneers of Television Special (2014)

Some Came Running (1958)

Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)

Throwdown with Bobby Flay Collection: Collection 1

Uncle Grandpa: Season 1 (more episodes)

Vanilla Ice Project: Seasons 1-4

Wakfu: Season 1

White Rabbit (2013)

Wild Horses (2015)

Worst Cooks in America Collection: Collection 1

October 2

Anjelah Johnson: Not Fancy (2015)

La Leyenda de la Nahuala (2007)

Reign: Season 2

The Vampire Diaries: Season 6

October 3

Alpha and Omega 5: Family Vacation (2015)

October 5

Team Hot Wheels: Build the Epic Race (2015)

October 6

American Horror Story: Freak Show (Season 4)

The Flash: Season 1

iZombie: Season 1

Last Man Standing: Season 4

The Originals: Season 2

Tremors 5: Bloodline (2015)

October 7

Arrow: Season 3

Flor Salvaje: Season 1

Legends: Season 1

Supernatural: Season 10

October 8

American Heist (2014)

Strangerland (2015)

October 9

Mighty Med: Season 2

The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show: Season 1

Winter on Fire (2015)

October 10

Lalaloopsy: Band Together (2015)

October 11

Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me (2014)

Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Season 3

October 12

Jane the Virgin: Season 1

October 14

Lazarus (2015)

October 15

Finding Jesus: Faith. Fact. Forgery: Season 1

Isabella Rossellini’s Green Porno Live! (2015)

The Five People You Meet in Heaven: Part 1/Part 2 (2004)

October 16

All Hail King Julien: Season 2

Anthony Jeselnik: Thoughts and Prayers (2015)

Beasts of No Nation (2015)

Circle (2015)

The Principal: Season 1

Some Assembly Required: Season 2

October 18

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints (2013)

October 20

Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered (2014)

Marvel’s Avengers Assemble: Season 2

October 22

Results (2015)

October 23

Hemlock Grove: Season 3

October 24

Jack Strong (2014)

October 25

Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection (2015)

October 27

August: Osage County (2013)

Manson Family Vacation (2015

October 28

Chasing Life: Season 2

The Gunman (2015)

October 29

Return to Sender (2015)

October 30

Popples: Season 1

Leaving Netflix on October 1

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

American Masters: Billie Jean King (2013)

Analyze That (2002)

Analyze This (1999)

Angela’s Ashes (1999)

Annie Hall (1977)

Baby’s Day Out (1994)

Bandits (2001)

Barnyard (2006)

Beautician and the Beast (1997)

Beyond Borders (2003)

The Big Lebowski (1998)

Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern Collection

Buying & Selling: Season 1-2

Caprica: Season 1

Charlie Bartlett (2007)

Clockstoppers (2002)

Cold Mountain (2003)

Days of Heaven (1978)

Dead Files: Season 1-2

Dead Man Walking (1995)

Destination Truth: Season 4

The Devil’s Rejects (2005)

Domestic Disturbance (2001)

Down to Earth (2001)

Ella Enchanted (2004)

The Exorcist (1973)

Hawaii Five-O (1968): Season 11-12

Hotel Impossible: Season 1-2

Hunt for Red October (1990)

Interview with the Vampire (1994)

Kangaroo Jack (2003)

L!fe Happens (2011)

L’Auberge Espagnole (2002)

Maverick (1994)

Nature: Ireland’s Wild River (2014)

Nature: Leave It to Beavers (2014)

Nature: Love in the Animal Kingdom (2013)

Nature: My Bionic Pet (2014)

Nature: Parrot Confidential (2013)

Nature: Saving Otter 501 (2013)

Nature: Snow Monkeys (2014)

Nature: Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch (2014)

Off Limits Collection: Collection 1-2

Pee-wee’s Big Adventure (1985)

Phantom of the Opera (1989)

Pioneer Woman Collection: Collection 1

Plankton Invasion (2012)

Producers (1968)

Restaurant: Impossible Collection: Impossible

Rob Roy (1995)

Romeo + Juliet (1996)

Saturday Night Live: The 2010s: Season 37

Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption (2011)

Sid the Science Kid: Season 1

This Is Spinal Tap (1984)

Twilight (2008)

Twins (1998)

Windtalkers (2002)

You Got Served (2004)

October 4

Wolverine and the X-Men: Season 1

October 7

Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure (2013)

Alpha and Omega 3: The Great Wolf Games (2014)

October 8

Snoop Dogg Presents The Bad Girls of Comedy (2012)

October 9

Crank (2006)

October 12

Bratz Kidz: Fairy Tales (2007)

October 15

Good Luck Chuck (2007)

Pinky Dinky Doo: Season 1

Play with Me Sesame: Season 1

Sesame Street: Animals and Nature: Season 1

Sesame Street: Classics: Vol. 1-2

Sesame Street: Cookie and Friends: Season 1

Sesame Street: Creativity and Imagination: Season 1

Sesame Street: Elmo and Friends: Season 1

Sesame Street: Everyday Moments: Season 1

Sesame Street: Music and Dance: Season 1

Sesame Street: Numbers and Letters: Season 1

October 16

Brüno (2009)

Chico & Rita (2010)

October 20

Freelancers (2012)

October 22

Machine Gun Preacher (2011)

October 25

Nanny 911: Season 1

October 26

Bratz: Genie Magic (2006)

October 27

Alexandria (2010)

October 29

America’s Sweethearts (2001)

October 30

Life in Our Universe: Season 1

October 31

Braxton Family Values: Season 3

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The Mysterious Disappearance Of James Dean’s Porsche


(PCM) As we look back on the tragic passing of 24-year old actor James Dean, who died as a result of injuries suffered during a car accident on September 30, 1955, there has been some new light shed on the mysterious disappearance of his Porsche Spyder that was involved in the horrific crash. There has been a long-standing rumor that the car, which Dean nicknamed “Little Bastard” is cursed as several strange incidents have occurred surrounding the car and its’ internal and external parts.

Right after the accident, the car is said to have rolled off the back of a tow truck crushing the legs of a mechanic who was standing nearby and when the car was broken down into parts and sold to buyers all over the country, even more strange incidents began to occur. The car’s engine, transmission and tires were all placed into other cars that were each involved in deadly crashes, and a truck carrying the Spyder’s chassis to a highway-safety exhibition skidded off the road, killing its driver. Since that time period, the additional remains of the car have mysteriously vanished from the accident scene and they have yet to be seen again.  That is perhaps until now, as a new mystery man has come forward and revealed that he may just know the whereabouts of Dean’s cursed “Little Bastard”.

During the 50th anniversary remembrance of Dean’s death back in 2005, Chicago’s Volo Auto Museum offered up a reward of $1 million to anyone who was willing to come forward with information about the cars whereabouts and allow them to purchase. The museum has received many tips over the years, but have thus far still been unable to locate the actual car, however just this year a man from Whatcom County, Washington contacted the museum and revealed that when he was a young boy in the 1960’s he witnessed a car being hidden behind the false wall of a building. The man’s story was incredibly detailed and he even recalled cutting his hand on a part of the vehicle at the time.

The man was asked to submit to a polygraph test and passed, however he does not own the building and has zero claim on the car that could be resting inside. Currently, the location is still being kept secret and both the man and the museum are trying work out some sort of agreement in regards to the $1 million in reward cash. There is no official paperwork on the table in regards to who actually owns the car and the museum is trying desperately to hash out the ownership issues so, that they can finally possibly unearth the car. We certainly hope this mystery can finally come to an end!

Details Surrounding The Death Of James Dean ( via

At 5:45 PM on this day in 1955, 24-year-old actor James Dean is killed in Cholame, California, when the Porsche he is driving hits a Ford Tudor sedan at an intersection. The driver of the other car, 23-year-old California Polytechnic State University student Donald Turnupseed, was dazed but mostly uninjured; Dean’s passenger, German Porsche mechanic Rolf Wütherich was badly injured but survived. Only one of Dean’s movies, “East of Eden,” had been released at the time of his death (“Rebel Without a Cause” and “Giant” opened shortly afterward), but he was already on his way to superstardom–and the crash made him a legend.

James Dean loved racing cars, and in fact he and his brand-new, $7000 Porsche Spyder convertible were on their way to a race in Salinas, 90 miles south of San Francisco. Witnesses maintained that Dean hadn’t been speeding at the time of the accident–in fact, Turnupseed had made a left turn right into the Spyder’s path–but some people point out that he must have been driving awfully fast: He’d gotten a speeding ticket in Bakersfield, 150 miles from the crash site, at 3:30 p.m. and then had stopped at a diner for a Coke, which meant that he’d covered quite a distance in a relatively short period of time. Still, the gathering twilight and the glare from the setting sun would have made it impossible for Turnupseed to see the Porsche coming no matter how fast it was going.


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The Intern — Nancy Meyers’ Cinematic Love Letter

The-Intern(PCM) When Nancy Meyers takes on a movie project she seems to have a sure-fire recipe for a hit – witty dialogue, A-list actors, and the ability to make us laugh and cry. Such is the case with her latest movie, “The Intern,” starring Anne Hathaway as Jules Ostin, the founder of an online fashion business, who is having a hell of a time juggling her successful Brooklyn-based e-commerce business, marriage and motherhood. Into Jules’ life comes Ben Whittaker, played by Oscar-winner Robert DeNiro, a 70-year-old widower and business executive, who is bored with retirement. Seizing the opportunity to get back into the game, he becomes a “senior intern” at Jules’ company.

The new Warner Bros. movie has this tagline: “Experience never gets old,” which is something that, during an exclusive interview, writer-director Meyers, 65, says captures the essence of her movie.The multi-generational comedy with a big heart was written and directed by Meyers, who has a stellar track record, which includes “The Holiday,” “Baby Boom,” and Private Benjamin.”

Meyers is best known for the romantic comedies, “It’s Complicated,” (2009) starring Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin, and “Something’s Gotta Give,” (2003) starring Diane Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Keanu Reeves. These movies have become classics to their scores of fans because of the multi-layered relationships. They also star A-list actors and actresses, who love to talk about how much they enjoyed conveying Meyers’ love letters to her film audience.

“I think this movie is Nancy’s love letter to us, to our generation, to us guys of our generation,” says Robert DeNiro. “I hope the movie is seen by a lot of people because it is this kind of movie. We do tend to feel that when you’re a certain age, you get older, you’re less relevant in some ways, and that’s just not the case.”

Anne Hathaway, who has starred in “The Devil Wears Prada,” and “Les Miserables,” said she truly loved working with Meyers.

“You look at Nancy Meyers and see this tiny, adorable woman and at first glance, I had no idea the tenacious, uncompromising, inexhaustible powerhouse that she is,” Hathaway said. “I had admired her work before, and now after making this movie with her, it goes beyond that. I’m so lucky that I got to work with her on this.”

Q: What’s the message or takeaway, if there is one for you, or more than one?

Nancy Meyers: There’s probably more than one, because there are several stories that go on during this movie. The central story, of course, is Jules and Ben’s friendship, and the value of this man to the lives of everybody at the startup.

Q: It there was just one message?

NM: I suppose if you handcuffed me and said you can only say one thing the movie’s about, I would say it’s somehow the tagline on the one sheet that experience never gets old. I didn’t write it, but they presented me with lists and lists of taglines, and when I saw that one, I put a big red circle around it. It says it well.

Q: Do you feel strongly about multi-generations being able to interact and help one another?

NM: Yes. People used to live in the same house with their grandparents, and the aunts and uncles, a lot of that’s just going away, like in a place like California a lot of people’s parents aren’t there any more. I am very happy that my children live in the same city as I do, and now I’m a grandmother, and my grandson is going to have me as part of his life.

Q: But this is not the case with families being so spread out.

NM: No, it’s not. I don’t think it’s that common anymore that everybody has elders. So the value of [Ben] this guy, and the value of the kind of man he is, which I see a big disappearing from our landscape, is one of the themes I wanted to write about in the movie. I also wanted to develop, an original relationship between a man and woman. It’s really a love story; it’s not a sexual love story, but it’s a love story.

Q: Your movies find clever, witty and fresh ways to address modern issues. So which issues did you feel strongly about for this movie?

NM: Well, obviously the concept of retirement and that it might happen to you whether or not you’re ready is talked about, as well as somebody’s desire not to be pushed aside.

Q: What else comes to mind?

NM: This is also about the fact that Anne [Hathaway] plays a woman who’s the founder of a company. I was saying earlier to somebody that when I wrote Baby Boom, it wouldn’t have occurred to me to make her the boss, and when I was writing Annie’s character in “The Intern,” it wouldn’t have occurred to me to make her an employee. I’ve been able to make movies over a long enough period of time where the world has changed. I’ve examined the lives of these women who have families and have children, and then I got a chance to look at the stay-at-home dad, [and] the mom who’s running a company, and all that entails.

Q: Your movies speak to everyone, but especially women, mature women who feel that you really get them.

NM: I get them, because I am one. I am a mature woman.

Q: Okay, do you still believe in romance; I mean, you write romantic comedies, and you have some happy endings, even though I would say that they’re not perfect endings.

NM: They’re complicated endings. Well, because as you get older, you’re more complicated. So things aren’t as cut and dry. You don’t jump into things – things aren’t as easy when you’re older. Do I believe in romance? I would say at the age I am now, I think it’s a different kind of romance than it was when you’re so smitten as a young woman, but I do in a way, yes I do.


Q: How long was this film shoot in Brooklyn?

NM: We shot for about 15 weeks. This is about half of what I’m used to, but twice as much as a lot of movies. So for me, I was racing on rollerblades the entire time.

Q: How was this movie different for you?

NM: I didn’t want to really write a romantic relationship. I’ve been writing romantic relationships for so long that for me it was really, kind of eye opening to write a different kind of relationship

Q: Was there something that was going on when the camera wasn’t rolling, in terms of Anne Hathaway and Robert DeNiro bonding, or spending their off time together, or alone?

NM: You know; what I observed was a mutual admiration society. I think two very strong actors really liking each other’s work, really finding it. They’re very good people, both of these people, they really are. He’s a very good guy; she’s a really good young woman, so there was no behavior on the set; not one minute of one day where anybody was misbehaving. It’s not in their make-up to misbehave. So it was a friendly set, and a warm set, and a kind of a team effort. I felt a team effort; both of them are team players, so I think that all helped.

Q: I met with Diane Keaton last fall at a women’s conference and I told her that “Something’s Gotta Give,” is one of my favorite movies, and she asked me if I thought that movie held up through the years and we discussed that it really was timeless.

NM: I love her.

Q: How does that make you feel when you hear a fan really admire your movies like that? I also spoke to Meryl Streep and we talked about what a pleasure it was to work with you on your movie, “It’s Complicated.”

NM: Well, it means an enormous amount to me. I want them to be happy with the work, because the actors give me lots of choices. They don’t know what I am going to pick. They have a sense of what I like, because they know what I’m going after, but the final performance is one that I put together from all the things they did for me. So you know, at the end, if they’re happy, makes me really happy. It means that we were on the same wave-length, and they trusted me. They trusted me to select from everything they gave.

Q: It is clear that you care for your actors while you collaborate with them, just like you worked with Anne Hathaway and Robert DeNiro on “The Intern.”

NM: It’s a very trusting relationship, you know, between the actor and director, so the fact that both women are happy with these movies is major. Diane lives in my neighborhood, I see her all the time, and I adore her. Diane has watched my kids grow up. To me, she’s just an extraordinary person. Obviously, both women are so gifted, so it means a lot to me to have them be appreciative and happy about their work, which belongs to all of us. They’re not my movies, they’re our movies.

Q: Anne Hathaway and Robert DeNiro spoke so positively about making this movie with you.

NM: What makes it easy though, is that these two actors are great people. So, when you’re surrounded by great people, they make you better, and they also allow you to express yourself all the time. And they’re open and they’re safe, you know? That’s what we all want when we make a movie, to feel safe to be ourselves and get what we need. So, they allowed me to do my work in a way for that short amount of time.

Q: How does your own personal story affect what you write about?

NM: Enormously, because I don’t adapt books. I’m writing from, if not my experience, my take on things. So I got to talk about men, I’ve had a chance to talk about technology, the culture, and Millennials, versus the difference in what’s going in with men. To me, women have moved forward in a really interesting way, and men have floundered in the same period of time. So I think about that and I wrote about that.

Q: Did you enjoy the research for the movie?

NM: Yes, I personally really enjoyed the research that I did about startups and their culture. It was really interesting; I really learned a lot. I knew nothing about it before. I mean; how many movies do you want to see that take place at a magazine or an ad agency? This was a big, interesting workplace.

Q: Tell me more.

NM: So, just being able to, you know, I love doing research about things I’m interested in. I’m a big online shopper, but I don’t know what it’s like there. How does that thing get from there to me? I really observed that at a lot of start ups, and to see what goes on, was really, really interesting to learn about that culture; it’s fascinating.

Q: What struck you about seeing the movie recently?

NM: I really enjoyed watching this movie with the audience. It’s a bit of an audience participation movie. You’re surprised when things happen, there are really good laughs, they get emotional, and I hear people tearing up.

Q: What do you enjoy most about the movie?

NM: The relationship of Bob and Anne, that it’s a kind of an unexpected, you don’t really know exactly where it’s going and what it becomes. I like that, so when she shows up at the end of the movie and they’re together, I always get a great sense of relief, and kind of makes me feel satisfied when I get to the end of the movie, of the journey.

Q: Do you know what you’re doing next?

NM: No, I have never been at a press event and had an answer for that, because I never know. I really don’t know; I sort of wait for something to come to me. I wish I was like Woody Allen; someone was just talking about the documentary on him? He opens his drawer in his bedroom, and in it he shows you all his ideas. He’s got like a million little scraps of paper. I don’t have that.

Q: What was the dream of your film career versus like what you thought you might want to do when you were 20, or 30, or 40 versus today? Like, is it better, or different?

NM: I did not, you know, come to Hollywood thinking I’m going to get a chance to make movies for the next 35 years, with really doing the movies that I want to do. I’ve done a couple of movies that weren’t original screenplays of mine, but I re-wrote them. Mostly the movies I’ve done have been original, so the fact that I’ve been able to continue to do it over this length of time has been honestly so rewarding, and gratifying for me.

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Pop Pop Ep. 11 – Tom Hardy as Wolverine?

This week on Pop! Pop! the Pop Culture Podcast!  The LA Nerd and Taylor welcome back their friend David Bornstein to talk about a hefty weeks worth of Nerd News.

They riff about Eli Roth’s new gory flick Green Inferno, reminisce about their childhood with Jimmy Fallon and his 20th Anniversary Good Burger sketch, cry over the fact that InBev has bought out LA’s local Golden Road Brewery and debate whether or not Tom Hardy could be the new Wolverine – Huge Jacked-Man (Hugh Jackman) seems to think so! Find out what we think and MORE  on this week’s episode of Pop! Pop! the Pop Culture Podcast!

Many thanks to Mister Mitchell for his musical talents in creating our theme song. Check out his website for all things music & audio related at, and like his facebook page here!

[0:00 – 2:02] – Intro

[2:03 – 5:20] – John Wick 2 shooting this fall.

[5:20 – 12:45] – Eli Roth’s Green Inferno.

[12:45 – 15:25] – Good Burger 20th Anniversary sketch.

[15:26 – 19:55] – Golden Road Brewery bought out by A-B InBev / Firestone & Lagunitas opening taprooms in Los Angeles.

[19:55 – 26:35] – Netflix can determine when you will get hooked on a show!?

[26:35 – 28:48] – Joel & his girlfriend Mackenzie are doing a haunted photo series around LA.

[28:48 – 42:02] – The coming installments of Spider-Man will have Tom Holland playing a much younger Peter Parker than we’ve seen before.

[42:02 – 49:25] – Huge Jacked-Man (Hugh Jackman) thinks Tom Hardy would be a good Wolverine replacement when he finally hangs up the claws.

[49:26 – 59:49] – Shout Out’s / Outro


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