Via special listener requests, the regular crew watches the 1993 Disney-produced The Three Musketeers. A childhood favorite of Allen's, this odd action-adventure-comedy take on the classic tale is made even odder by its cast, with the primary cast being entirely American or Canadian and never attempting to hide it. Tim Curry stars as the villainous Cardinal Richelieu, with a wonderful henchman in FCF Legend, Mr. Michael Wincott. And don't you ever forget Herbert Fux.
Skipping ahead due to the unavailability of Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, John Hall joins the crew to talk about the Kenneth Branagh-directed Thor, the 4th Marvel Studios film. Laying the foundations for Thor as a character and the cosmic side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the film isn't really still on anyone's lips when discussing the MCU, but it's ultimately one of the better efforts from the studio.
John Hall joins the crew to talk about 2009's Surrogates. We all learn a lot, like that a Harvard education can't help you write a good movie, that the only technology that will progress by the 2050s is robotics, while cellular phones and cars regress to a time before this film was made, and that everyone you've ever heard of is probably a bad person.