To celebrate the upcoming release of Matt Reeves' The Batman, the Franchyze Boyz revisit Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy. Who thinks Batman Begins is the best of the bunch? Who thinks The Dark Knight Rises is a complete mess? Introduce a little anarchy to your headphones and tune in to find out!
To celebrate Super Bowl Sunday, Shawn decides to introduce his lovely wife Sarah to David Anspaugh’s 1993 classic Rudy, starring Sean Astin. Rudy is a film Shawn has loved since he was a kid, but does it still hold up? And does this classic underdog story still work for someone who has never seen it?
The Franchyze Boyz conclude their Star Trek movie marathon with a rewatch of the J.J. Abrams/Justin Lin helmed Kelvin Trilogy. Does Star Trek '09 have too many lens flares? Is Into Darkness little more than a Wrath of Khan knockoff? And is Beyond a worthy 50th anniversary celebration of the entire franchise? Set phasers to fun, blast some Beastie Boys, and space jump right into this epic finale.
The Franchyze Boyz continue their Star Trek film franchise marathon with a rewatch of the Next Generation films: Generations, First Contact, Insurrection, and Nemesis. Do any of these entries live up to the television series that spawned them or are they better left forgotten? (And will Brad find a way to justify Insurrection's existence?) You know you can't wait another second to find out, so go ahead and ENGAGE...MAKE IT SO...ASSIMILATE THIS...and so on and so forth.
And here come the Franchyze Boyz, ringing in the new year with part one of a three-part Star Trek film franchise rewatch. In this first part, Shawn, Brad, and Aaron examine the first six Star Trek films featuring the original crew. Do the three of them agree that Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is the best? Will Brad successfully justify Star Trek V: The Final Frontier's existence? It's time to boldly go...and listen to the episode to find the answers to all these questions and more.