The new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has dropped, and both Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad believe the people at Disney may be trying to fool all of us.
Elliott shares his review of Blade Runner 2049.
Plus, Elliott and Keith discuss which show is actually pulling off the better version of Star Trek, […]
Star Trek Discovery is off to a great start, but Keith thinks he may have found a potential problem brewing in the series.
Disney has announced that they are working on a remake of Flight of the Navigator. They should not count on Elliott or Keith buying tickets.
Plus, Blade Runner 2049 is finally in […]
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad have reached 100 episodes, and while it’s good to be them, it’s even better to be author Andy Weir. His new book Artemis drops in a couple of months, and there’s already a movie in the works with a couple of names you might recognize.
Plus, Star Trek Discovery has […]
After months of promotional mishaps, Star Trek: Discovery will finally make its debut on CBS this weekend before moving to their digital platform. Can even bitter and cynical Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad agree it’s pretty exciting to have Star Trek back on the small screen?
Disney and Lucasfilm have announced that J.J. Abrams, who […]
There seems to be some trouble brewing in the Galaxy far far away. Lucasfilm and Disney announced that Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow will not be directing Star Wars Episode IX after all. Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad discuss just how worried we should be.
Plus, James Cameron set off a firestorm of controversy when […]
The Hollywood Reporter has broken the news that Disney is officially putting together an Obi Wan Kenobi movie that could hit theaters in 2020 as the next standalone film after the Han Solo movie. Elliott and Keith talk about what adventure they’d like to see Ben tackle.
Plus, in light of the fact that we […]
Star Trek Discovery is changing the Klingons yet again. We’ve known this since the first trailer and pictures dropped, but Alex Kurtzman told an audience at STLV there’s a reason for it. Bryan Fuller came up with the design, and there is actually some pretty solid reasoning behind it.
Patrick Stewart told the crowd at […]
There’s an embarrassment of riches when it comes to news from D23 and San Diego Comic Con over the past couple of weeks.
Among other things, we learned that Sonequa Martin-Green’s character in Star Trek actually has a pretty big connection to Spock, whose father Sarek may be the Mike Brady of Vulcan. Jason Isaacs […]
George A. Romero, father of the modern movie zombie and creator of the groundbreaking “Night of the Living Dead” franchise, has died at 77. Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad discuss his legacy.
Meanwhile, Jonathan Frakes is making his triumphant return to the Star Trek universe, Elliott and Keith talk about the first good piece of […]
Elliott was invited to the Chicago premiere of Spider-man Homecoming and has a review. We’ve also learned something new about the history of Peter Parker. Plus, it was a whirlwind week in the Star Wars galaxy. Within the space of 24 hours, Lord and Miller were fired as the directors of the Han Solo […]