On New Year’s Eve, Ben Affleck bestowed a gift to us all on Twitter. Another picture popped up of him struggling to lift a bevy of Dunkin’ drinks and munchkins, reminding us all of the shitty year that was 2020. Affleck’s facial expression was of complete anguish, which brought such…
Jesse Morano joins Ryan Fasciano to preview the upcoming NFL season! They go through every division, decide who will be in the playoffs and win the big game. They also pick out their picks for the end of the season awards.
Ryan and Kyle take a trip to La La Land through the eyes of Quentin Tarantino. After seeing QT’s 9th film, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, the guys are ready to discuss all things about the infamous auteur. They talk about needing to see the new film twice to fully absorb it before giving a spoiler-filled review.
Then, the guys make some lists by ranking their favorite Tarantino films, scenes, characters and dialogue.
“And away we go.”
Ryan Fasciano sits down with Jesse Morano to talk about the insane NBA offseason…featuring the newly minted Russell Westbrook-Chris Paul Trade, Kawhi Leonard signing with the Clippers and the new-look Los Angeles Lakers. Plus much, much more.
Kyle & Ryan visit the Tribeca Film Festival once again. They chat on Midnight movies, Christoph Waltz’s directorial debut and a post-apocalyptic Blue Valentine.
They also find time to discuss Avengers Endgame, Game of Thrones and Lil Wayne’s listening habits.
Fresh off the Oscars this past Sunday, Kyle Bahl and Ryan Fasciano dive deep into their top 10 films of 2018. They also give out who they would have given the big awards too.
Kyle Bahl and Ryan Fasciano get ready for the Super Bowl by picking winners for the best prop bets surrounding the game. As always, the categories feature bets about the game itself, commercials, the halftime show and more!
It could be a shocking year for the Academy Awards
Let’s get the negative out of the way. This year has not been as great as last year. The quality of films haven’t been on the same scale, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t had some great ones. As always…
Kyle Bahl and Ryan Fasciano give out there NBA/NFL influenced awards for the new animated superhero film, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. They also discuss their love of Letterboxd, Ryan’s take on Aquaman, and the Golden Globes.
Kyle Bahl and Ryan Fasciano viewed the new Steve McQueen film “Widows” and decided to give out NBA/NFL influenced awards for the best parts of the movie. The awards include The Ray Allen Award for Who Hit the Biggest Three at a Crucial Time, Most Efficient Player, MVP (of course) and much more!