Monday, May 16, 2016

Episode 17 Part 2: The Big Damn Dawn of Justice Review: Finale

The Geeks finish tearing Justice Fuckers to shreds.

We here at The S&M Show do our best to bring you a unique perspective, and try not to retread material already covered by other reviews. For a comprehensive handling of this film, check out these other reviews we happened to enjoy:

Max Landis: Briefly Regarding Justice 2m49s
Hitler's Reaction 3m54s
Maddox: Dawn of Just Ass 5m17s
Nerdist: How Batman v Superman’s Failure Is Changing the DCEU 5m23s
Jeremy Jahns: Non-Spoiler 6m30s
Reality Punch Studios: Why It Failed 6m43s
Nerdist: Who Should Replace Zack Snyder? 7m1s
Cracked: How Batman v Superman Failed On Every Level 7m08s
Screen Junkies: Spoiler Free Review! 9m20s
Clevver Movies: 7 Missed Opportunities 9m21s
Chris Stuckman 9m46s
Most Craved Ep. 96 10m11s
Jeremy Jahns: Spoiler Talk 11m03s
Hollywood Babble-On 11m12s
GeekyGlassesTV: Where Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Fails 12m1s
theFLICKpick 12m26s
CinemaSins Jeremy 21m40s
Most Craved Ep. 97 with Guest Max Landis 21m53s
Chris Stuckman + theFLICKpick 25m06s
RedLetterMedia: Half in the Bag v Batman v Superman 46m41s
Screen Junkies: Secrets & Spoiler Review! 58m24s
Previously Recorded: Spoiler Discussion 1h54m58s

Copyright Notice: Audio clips taken from The Batman/Superman Movie, Bride of Frankenstein, Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and Batman Beyond | Songs: Watch the World Burn and A Dark Knight by Hans Zimmer | Hero/Bartender by Regina Spektor Human After All by Daft Punk Bicycle Race by Queen Somebody Super Like You by Paul Williams Samson by Regina Spektor What's Next to the Moon by AC/DC
You've Got a Friend in Me by Randy Newman You're My Best Friend by Queen Cherry Bomb by Joan Jett |Can't Smile Without You by Barry Manilow Why Can't We Be Friends by War Murder Train by The Foreskins Overture by Daft Punk Yakety Sax by Boots Randolph Save Me by Queen A Real Hero by College feat. Electric Youth

Episode 17 Part 1: The Big Damn Dawn of Justice Review: Overture

"A bad, okay movie." - Tyler Bueno
In this gigantic review, the Geeks yammer about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, also known as Justice Fuckers. They ramble for so long that they actually had to schedule two separate recording days to get all their thoughts down.

This episode includes Tyler Bueno and special guest Bryan F.N. Myles of Moth and Ink Tattoo.

Copyright Notice: Audio clips taken from Bride of Frankenstein, The Wicker Man, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, Justice League, The Lego Movie, Batman 1989, Superman the Animated Series, and Batman the Animated Series Songs: A Real Hero by College feat. Electric Youth Too Cool for Chucks by Strangefellas The Sounds of Silence by Simon & Garfunkel Jimmy Olsen's Blues by Spin Doctors Let the Bodies Hit the Floor by Drowning Pool Save Me by Remy Zero U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer The Gonk by Goblin I'm a Man by Black Strobe Flash by Queen Braille by Regina Spektor Complicated by Avril Lavigne Kiss From a Rose by Seal Rocker (Live From The Atlantic Studios) by AC/DC Pirelli's Miracle Elixir by Stephen Sondheim Oh My Love by Riz Ortolani (feat. Katyna Ranieri) Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne Enter Sandman by Metallica Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me by U2 Partyman by Prince

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Episode 16 Part 2: George-Batman-ER-F#%!in'-Clooney

The Geeks bitch about Tomorrowland. That movie really sucked.

Hey, this episode features songs by local Lebanon/Springfield garage rockers Strangefellas! The opening song for this episode, Look on Your Face, is featured on their brand-new full-length album My Freak! To check out all their music and merch, head over to their Bandcamp page; to keep up with their live show dates, like their Facebook page!

Episode 16 Part 1: Fanboy Nutsack

One of the Geeks reveals a surprising new life event in the works, they squabble about the principles of "binge-watching" while going on tangents, then discuss Deadpool. Hold on though, this episode isn't over yet! Look forward to part 2 soon!

Featuring Walk It Off by Torche from their album Harmonicraft, Angel of the Morning by Juice Newton, Shoop by Salt and Peppa, X Gon' Give It To Ya by DMX, and Angel of the Morning by Merrilee Rush and the Turnabouts.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Episode 15: 2016 Movie Preview

In this, yet another out-of-date episode (recorded in February), Sam & Matt briefly discuss 2015's releases pre-Oscars, the passings of Bowie and Rickman, then go on to discuss the many exciting flicks on the menu for 2016. Only about half of them have already come out...


This episode features the song Zecharia by local rock group With-A-T in its intro. Please check out their EP and follow them on Facebook!

Chronicles Of The Wasteland / Turbo Kid Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Le Matos © Simone Records

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Episode 14: The Dorks Awaken

The Geeks return from the internet dead and bring Bueno along for a feast of a chat all about the new Star Wars movie (what else would they talk about)? As usual, Sam is the grouch, Bueno is the heart of gold, and Matt talks too long.

Listen to this you should not, unless SPOILERS, you want...

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Episode 13 Part 2: History Boner

The Geeks bitch about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice... and then bitch some more.

I Wupped Batman's Ass by Wesley Willis © Alternative Tentacles | Superman III score by John Williams © Warner Music Group | Batman: Arkham City score by Nick Arundel & Ron Fish © WaterTower Music

Episode 13 Part 1: Trekkie Alien Wars

The Geeks discuss the future for some of their favorite sci-fi movie franchises, for better or worse.

Too Many Zooz © Limbo | Alien 3 score by Elliot Goldenthal © MCA Records | Star Trek: The Motion Picture score by Jerry Goldsmith © Columbia Records / Legacy Records | Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan score by James Horner © Paramount / Retrograde

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Episode 12: Sambo & Hazmatt & Bueno

The Geeks bring Bueno back into the fold, who you can now see on Drifter; become health inspectors; go see The Dark Knight; discuss Sam's technical and romantic woes; and Matt opens himself up for public humiliation.

Note: This episode was recorded way back in September.



Immigrant Song written by Page/Plant performed by Reznor/Ross/O © Null Records

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Episode 11: George Wheaton

"I'm not butt hurt... My butt hurts!"
"Looks like a sarlacc pit!"
 - Art by Jared George 
The Geeks have a long chat with local artist and illustrator of Stronghold, Ryan Wheaton, as well as returning guest Jared George!

Sam would like to remind everyone about Dead Dick Hammer vs. The Boogey Men, this Monday, September 29th.