Monday, February 13, 2017

The Weekly Stuff Podcast #176 – Reviewing John Wick 2, Lego Batman, Gravity Rush 2, and more!

It’s time for another episode of The Weekly Stuff Podcast with Jonathan Lack & Sean Chapman, a weekly audio show that explores the worlds of film, television, and video games. You can subscribe for free in iTunes by following this link.

In a particularly eclectic episode, Sean and Jonathan review a wide variety of content. Sean gives his final thoughts on the amazing Yakuza 0 for PS4, while Jonathan talks about the insightful hilarity of The Lego Batman Movie. Then it’s time for two in-depth spoiler chats, as we break down the incredible set-pieces and awe-inspiring visuals of the outstanding John Wick Chapter 2 and revisit Gravity Rush 2 for an detailed look at the crazy, unique, and surprisingly powerful story.


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  1. What do you think of Kevin Smith's TV directing skills on The Flash and Supergirl? Have you given up on posting the podcast on Tumblr and Youtube?

    1. Hi Kenny -

      Haven't necessarily given up on either. YouTube however is a lot of time consuming work and getting things to upload with my internet connection has been tough. So it's on hold. Tumblr I will update soon but I haven't heard much from it lately so it hasn't been a priority. If you and others want it though, I can get back to that.

      As for Kevin Smith, I think he's great with those shows. I'm not a huge fan of his movies but he's clearly got a sharp eye for comic book directing and a lot of enthusiasm. Above all else his episodes tend to have a lot of heart. He hasn't gone crazy outside the box with them like some guest directors might, but at this point his episodes are pretty reliably great, I think.