Posts Tagged ‘Dolph Lundgren’

Side Casts: The Action Movie Genre

Posted: July 3, 2013 by Podwits Administrator in Podcast, Side-Casts
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Dion and Contributor J. Blake are back at it again, this time they sit down for a super-long chat about one of their favorite topics, the heyday of the Action Movie Genre. The two Podwits reminisce about some of their favorite films, while mapping out a route through a highly populated neighborhood of the 1970s, 1980s and […]

by Luke Whitmire I’ll be honest: Expendables 2 is a shoddy and lazy film with careless acting, clumsy story structure, cheesy dialogue, and awful CGI. This film truly is a nonsensical and emotional detached opus that redundantly serves up an untrammeled mess of exaggerated carnage. Elementary filmmaking at its worst. Sylvester Stallone structures this sequel […]

It has been brought up occasionally on the podcasts, but my all-time favorite comic book character is The Punisher. Hands down. Growing up, I never was really able to fully wrap my head around heroes with super powers, or anything else of the sort. I was I guess what you’d call a realist, and preferred a […]

KA-POW!  WHAM!  ZOWIE!  Onomatopoeias start flying as the Podwits run down some of the best and worst representations of superheroes on film and television!  So get out your cape, put on that mask and strap yourself in for this Podwits SPECIAL presentation… “Superheroes on Celluloid”