In the Buff Podcast S5E12 “Checkpoint”

    Devin and Chris discuss the pointless plot to involve the near-extinct Watcher's Council and their involvement with Glory. They demand that Buffy engages in a series of trials to ensure that she is capable to handle herself against Glory, but ultimately their attempts to control The Slayer prove to be in vain as... Continue Reading →


We Watch Westworld Podcast: S2E10 “The Passenger”

Miguel and Chris finally reach the end of the road with the second season of Westworld. It's been filled with both good and bad moments but in the end it still left us with many good questions that will hopefully one day be answered. LISTEN HERE:

In the Buff S5E11 “Triangle”

    CATFIGHT!!!!!! For some reason, the show saw fit to have Willow and Anya bicker over what's best for Xander accidentally releasing Olaf the troll. Why? Who cares.... Devin and Chris discuss how Buffy is on the sidelines in mourning this episode while we are forced to watch an unnecessary storyline involving two women already... Continue Reading →

In the Buff S5E10 “Into the Woods”

  FINALLY! We are seeing the last of Captain Cardboard. Riley spends his last episode giving Buffy an ultimatum which proves to backfire horribly. Devin and Chris really went in on Riley, his use (or lack thereof) within the show and what he could've been. R.I.P. Capt.   LISTEN HERE:

We Watch Westworld Podcast S2E7 “Les Ecorches”

    Miguel and Chris try to discuss (and pronounce) this week's episode, Les Ecorches. It was a great balance of both action and narrative that featured some answers as well as asked a few new questions.     LISTEN HERE:

We Watched Westworld Podcast – S2E6 “Phase Space”

    Miguel and Chris discuss "Phase Space" which felt more like a setup episode after two episodes that really gave us a lot of answers. Nevertheless, they still find plenty to mine from what happened.    LISTEN HERE:

Adrift – Review

    I need to be upfront and claim that I don't normally gravitate towards movies that feature survival at sea. For me, their stories never are told in a way that has ever felt real to me and I have always had a hard time empathizing with their characters. That being said, Adrift was... Continue Reading →

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