It’s time to tackle one of the scariest games I’ve ever played. We’ll start by navigating our house, which is no small feat, as every little corner could be hiding a threat. It’s time to see if we can make it through in one piece. Let’s go crazy!
Sometimes you want to go where everybody hears the blues a-callin’ tossed salads and scrambled eggs.
But then you have to go home. This week we look at the final episodes of both Cheers and it’s spin off show Frasier.
It’s time for a sweet QTE game where we need to infiltrate the Castle of Evil and save a princess from a terrible overlord who’s ready for us with tons of enemies and traps. Do we have what it takes to bring save the princess, and bring down the dark lord Lougi once and for all? Let’s go crazy!
Title Card by Viga
Time to screw continuity forever; with a film that screws its original self in way too many ways!
As Ireland is gripped by sadness over the apparent cancellation of Garth Brook’s five Dublin gigs – Patrick and Alan discuss the entity known as Troyal Garth Brooks and the man whose body he he has been in inhabiting – Chris Gaines. Gaines was the son Australian-American son of an Australian Swimming Coach and a former Olympic Swimmer. He released his Greatest Hits in 1999 before Brooks once again consumed him.
Title Card by Viga
The long awaited Season Finale is here and we’re looking at the ever so loved Tarzan-wait which version is this?
It’s time to tackle the streets as we cruise our way through an underground criminal organization! We have a souped-up car at our disposal, and we’re going to use it to outrun, outmaneuver, and outright destroy the baddies coming our way! Let’s go crazy!
It’s time to play the sequel to Galerians! You may be surprised by who we play as, but this game has one of the coolest openings I’ve seen in awhile. Let’s go crazy!
It’s Pilot Season again and Winter is coming. This week Alan gets Patrick watch his first episode of Game of Thrones. There is follow up from last weeks episode and we also talk about Crusader Kings II, Civilization V and how Patrick is always at least 3 years behind popular culture.
The Unemployed Historian examines how the 1981 film Escape to Victory (starring Michael Caine, Sylvester Stallone and Pele) and the so-called ‘Death Match’ that inspired it.