Allen, Lacey, and Gerald are joined by Alan Hardy to discuss the Edgar Wright cult classic, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Everyone discusses their year, and what they hope for in 2019. And once again, the Four-Color Film Championship is on the line in a rousing game of Hi-Lo Rotten Tomatoes!
The Four-Color crew is joined live and in person by Mr. John Hall and Lillian McKinney, as they gather 'round the fire to regale listeners with tales of animated superhero Christmases past:
Justice League - "Comfort & Joy," as told by Lacey Day
Batman: The Animated Series - "Christmas with the Joker," as told by John Hall
Batman: The Brave and the Bold - "Attack of the Secret Santas!" as told by Gerald James
X-Men - "Have Yourself A Morlock Little Christmas," as told by Lillian McKinney
All of this, and Gerald presents a rousing game of "Miss the Mark," as he tasks Allen, John, Lacey, and Lillian to discern between titles he made up and titles of actual Hallmark holiday specials!
This week is 2010's Jonah Hex! Much maligned upon its original release and forgotten in the years since, we revisit this adaptation of DC's fantastical comic book cowboy to see if it really is as bad as the 12% Rotten Tomatoes score would suggest, or if perhaps the world simply expected too much of a comic book Western.
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Alan Hardy joins Allen and Gerald to discuss perhaps the most undeservingly maligned film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Allen, Gerald, and Lacey watch the justly maligned X-Men Origins: Wolverine and unexpectedly find in it a lengthy conversation that is surprisingly on topic throughout. Also: Kate Winslet is unduly deified, a plan is made for a Fantastic Four spec script.