Jaye, Ryan, and Wil are back to discuss MR. ROBOT Season 2 Episode 5 'logic-b0mb.' They believe it's the best episode of the season so far and discuss how the Dark Army plays into the events of 5/9, how this episode relates to season 1, the Mandela Effect, and where Angela's loyalty lies.
Ryan revisited BATMAN V SUPERMAN to talk about the recent Ultimate Edition that was released on Blu-Ray. He invited Jaye to discuss the movie after seeing it for the first and only time.
Ryan and Phil invited Shields back to discuss the Bourne franchise and review JASON BOURNE. They also discuss Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and if they'd like to see Harry return to the big screen.
Phil and Eric are here to review LIGHTS OUT while Ryan sits this one out. They also discuss the recent rumor that Lucasfilm has a Han Solo trilogy planned, and the idea of the Spider-Man franchise following the Harry Potter formula.
Ryan and Cody are back to talk about Season 2 Episode 4 of MR. ROBOT. The guys discuss the fan theory that Elliot is in a mental institution/rehab facility, the opening scene between Elliot and Darlene that set up so much for the show, if Angela's storyline is supposed to be confusing, and if Joanna is protecting Elliot.
Ryan and Phil discuss what they did and did not see from San Diego Comic-Con this year, and they review BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE.
Ryan invited Shields back to discuss all things Star Trek including the original series, the Kelvin timeline, and STAR TREK BEYOND. They also discuss Shields' thoughts on MR. ROBOT Season 1 and the DC trailers that debuted at Comic-Con!
Jaye and Ryan are back discussing the latest episode of MR. ROBOT! They talk about who may be hunting down fsociety, if this episode was worthy of all the praise from Rotten Tomatoes, whether Elliot is in the foreground or the background, and what they want to see more of in future episodes.
On this review, Ryan and Phil discuss the unofficial Star Trek 4 announcement uniting Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth, their reactions to this year's Star Wars Celebration, and they review GHOSTBUSTERS.