Aaron and Thunder return with some Van Damme good action!
JD celebrates a non-fireworks-related explosion at work.
Thunder and Mike return with more hard-hitting three dimensional news!
School is out for Summer and JD and Thunder talk about it.
Roden and Thunder get inspired by the release of the latest 'Rambo: Last Blood' trailer and revisit 2008's 'Rambo'.
JD and Thunder talk about self-ordering kiosks, fan petitions and anti-aging CGI.
Roden and Thunder are joined by good friend Genevieve, host of the After These Messages Podcast, and they watch the 1981 3D Piaya/Hamburger Western(?) Comin' at Ya!.
Roden and Thunder grab a fresh plate and head down the buffet line.
JD and Thunder planned on talking about advanced age clothes shopping... but did a deep dive on Dairy Queen treats instead.
Thunder and Roden face the sad truth that these movies do not live up to their legendary great box art.
JD and Thunder have some sick 90's clubbing tips.
JD, Roden and Thunder are finally old enough to rent the 1983 classic Spring Break!
JD and Thunder share their warehouse war stories of bygone days.
Thunder and Roden talk about finding ropes swings in the woods, re-binge watching TV shows, and new exiting snack chip flavors.
Aaron and Thunder regrettably decided to do some firewalking.
Thunder and Mike talk about the latest happenings in the world of 3 dimensions.
Snowmageddon has crippled Seattle and JD, Roden and Thunder decide to swap snow day stories.
Thunder and Roden traverse the mean streets of Angel Town.
Roden and Thunder watch another shark movie in the 3 dimensions.
JD and Thunder relive all of the endless hours they spent in windowless waiting rooms as kids.
Thunder is once again joined by Mike Seibert and they review the wacky world of Aquaman and do an end of year 3D Blu-ray round up.
Thunder and Roden celebrate the holiday season.
JD and Thunder discuss things that have disappointed them through the years.
Last episode Roden predicted that his Thanksgiving dinner would not be good. This episode we find out if his prediction came true. Move over Nostradamus.