“X-Men: Days of Future Past” is really setting the bar as the most meta movie title ever. If anyone is even remotely aware of this popular story-line from the comic book from which it was adapted, then you’d understand that it involves elements of time travel. With Bryan Singer, the director of the first two X-Men movies, at the helm, it became possible for the franchise’s own past to meet its future…By which I mean the cast from the prequel that came after the trilogy will be able to meet their counterparts, who are older, but are themselves from the future, which came before the prequels…Did you catch all that? Time traveling. Continue Reading
New 2cool4podcast! This week, Daniel and Anthony talk about Jennifer Lawrence’s ascension to the upper echelon of Hollywood, pay respect to Isaak Sirko with a moment of silence, and discuss happiness and the condescending representation of black characters in The Walking Dead.
HELLO, Y’ALL! This is the second episode of 2cool4podcast! Nobody thought we’d make it this far, but here we are! Actually, scratch that, we doubt anyone cared if we made it this far, and we’re not big enough to have haters. That’s where you come in-help us grow so we can get haters! In this episode, Daniel and Anthony discuss the problems of having too many characters in Boardwalk Empire, the chemistry between Dexter and Isaac, as well as the long-term implications that Deb’s big reveal has on the series, and rank the lead female characters in The Walking Dead. Here are the timestamps.
Finally, the moment everyone has been waiting for…The one podcast to end all podcasts…2 Cool 4 Podcast episode 1. We talk about the recent episodes of Dexter, Bo(red)walk Empire, and The Walking Dead. Here are the timestamps for the topics we cover: