5.15: Review of DC League of Super-Pets

Ken and Richard fetch their newest movie review of the film DC League of Super-Pets! Is this movie good enough to be like the belly rubbings we all love or is it more like the slobbery chew toy we don’t want to directly touch? Tune in and find out!

5.11: Review of Prey

Does it feel like this episode just snuck up on you out of nowhere? Well that makes sense because your intrepid hosts were testing their camouflage while they take on the review of the new movie Prey! How does this newest prequel in the Predator series stack up against its predecessors? Listen and find out!

5.09: Review of Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins

Richard is back in the saddle again and to celebrate we review a prequel to the cartoon adaptation G.I.Joe movies: Snake Eyes! Is it loaded with ninja goodness or will it just leave us speechless?

5.05: Review of ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ and ‘The Northman’

This week Richard takes the helm and reviews two different productions: Ghostbusters: Afterlife and The Northman! From what I understand, one of these is about a bunch of long dead individuals causing a load of havoc and property damage, and the other is about Vikings.

4.48: Review of The Batman

Ken and Richard review the most recent incarnation of the Batman in the film… well.. ‘The Batman.’ In addition we continue our discussion of the upcoming Fan Expo Cleveland!

4.46: Review of Morbius

Ken regales Richard with the tale of experiencing Morbius in the theater. (He didn’t see it) Did the film suck in a good way (like a vampire) or in a bad way (like a stinker)?

1.53: The Adam Project

Ken reviews the new Netflix film, The Adam Project. Will this new Ryan Reynolds film continue his trend of success? Is this a balanced review if we can’t send Ken back to 1988 to get his 12-year old self’s opinion?

4.44: Review of Spider-Man: No Way Home

Ken and Richard experience the latest installment of the MCU’s Spider-Man franchise! Can this live up to the hype? Can it be better than the previous two? Are all ratings of this film possible due to the many worlds theory? Tune in and find out!

4.43: Review of The King’s Man

The Pudding Guys review the third installment in the Kingsman series, The King’s Man.¬†Find out how this prequel stands up!

4.42: Review of Free Guy

Ken and Richard delve into a mashup of an homage to the video game genre and a romantic comedy! Can Ryan Reynolds and company connect with its audience, or is it game over?

4.39: Movie Review Re-ratings

With time comes perspective and enough time has passed that the Pudding Guys see that some of their past ratings for films are not quite right! We go through a number of films and give them a rating that more befits where we think they should actually rank. Plus, we add a few ratings to films that one host or the other had not yet weighed in on!

4.38: Music Swap and Review

The Pudding Guys talk music as they exchange and review albums. Jam bands and Jazz sax are today’s topic of discussion!

4.36: Review of Dexter: New Blood and more!

Richard takes this one solo and talks about the new Dexter series. Is it as good as the previous incarnation? He also gives his thoughts on the new Injustice cartoon on HBO Max.

4.35: Review of Eternals

Ken and Richard delve into an MCU film with a very different presentation. How does it stack up to previous outings in the ever growing group of movies?

4.33: Review of The Matrix Resurrections

The Pudding Guys take on the newest release in the blockbuster Matrix series, The Matrix Resurrections! See how this film measures up on its own and compared against its predecessors.

4.30: Getting Back to the Beatles

Ken and Richard, lifelong Beatles fans, review The Beatles: Get Back, a new three-episode documentary currently streaming on Disney+. Does this nearly eight-hour marathon of previously unseen footage give us a new perspective on the Fab Four? Does it shed light on some gems? Tune in and find out!

4.27: In Which Richard and Ken Swap TV Shows

Ken and Richard are at it again! In an attempt to broaden each other’s pop culture horizens, they each challenged the other to watch a the first few episodes of a current (or recent show) which they had not previously tried. Ken watches Warrior (HBO Max) while Richard takes a look at Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (Hulu).