Doug Reviews: Bright (2017)

From Director David Ayer and Screenwriter Max Landis comes Netflix’s biggest-budget original movie to date, Bright. Does this film forge a confident path forward for Netflix and its original movie slate or is it more of a cautionary tale? Continue reading

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EPISODE 117: BOURNE STRANGER

In Hodgepodge Podcast 117, Doug and Dirty A welcome back Matt King to discuss Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon‘s return in Jason Bourne. Then they turn the discussion to Netflix’s hit summer series Stranger Things before discussing Netflix as a whole and the state of the television landscape. Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Stranger Things (2016)

If Stephen King and Steven Spielberg ever collaborated on a project, it would probably look a lot like Netflix’s latest original series, Stranger Things. Do the style pairing and inevitable nostalgia make for a great show or just an echo of past great works? Continue reading

EPISODE 106: HOUSE OF CARD SEASON 4

On Episode 106 of The Hodgepodge Podcast, Doug and Dirty A recap and discuss Season  Four of Netflix’s House of Cards! Listen in as the guys break down the season and divulge their favorite parts. Beware, TONS of spoilers in this one. If you haven’t seen the latest season, best wait to listen until after. Continue reading

EPISODE 93: JESSICA JONES’ SPECTRE MOCKINGJAY: PART 5 OF 4 w/ Matt King

Doug and Dirty A are back with Episode 93 of The Hodgepodge Podcast! In this episode, they welcome back friend of the show author Matt King to discuss the latest James Bond film, Spectre, as well as the final Hunger Games movie, and the new Netflix series, Marvel’s Jessica Jones. Before that, though, they take time to run down the first trailer from Captain America: Civil War. Continue reading

Episode 69: House of Empires

COVERIn Episode 69, Doug and Dirty A discuss two of the best series currently airing right now: House of Cards and Fox’s Empire. House of Cards features one of the great TV characters in history in Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), while Empire has resurrected the glitzy nighttime soap opera from the 80s, a la Dynasty. Take a listen! Continue reading