Are you tired of green-screen sets and CG stunts? Then we have your cinematic antidote!
True Lies is criminally underrated, has never been on Blu-ray, and given how many Arnold movie quotes I hear within my circle of friends, James Cameron’s 1994 classic doesn’t get brought up nearly enough. Let’s change that.
Twenty five years ago, local news broadcasters could superimpose themselves into Super Nintendo launch games. Today, Laser Time finally has 1991-level technology and is ready to BECOME ONE WITH F-ZERO. Now that I’m a for-real F-Zero pilot, I have to… Read more
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System celebrated its 25th anniversary this week, so Heidi Kemps of gaming.moe joins the regulars this week to talk about key moments that created huge shockwaves not just for the SNES and Nintendo, but for the… Read more
Special guest Greg Moore takes us on a hallucinatory spirit quest through one of the most bizarre PlayStation games to ever come out of Japan. Find a happy place and avoid the brown acid… this is probably gonna get weird.
Batman: The Animated Series is the definitive Batman lore for many. It brought to life many classic interpretations of classic characters like Mr. Freeze and of course Mark Hamill’s Joker. Less remembered, but should not be forgotten, are the more… Read more
A quick tour through Japan’s enormous arcade playground. If you like classic games and filthy joysticks, Tokyo’s Akihabara district is a nerd’s paradise.
30 years ago this week a butchered Robotech movie died in theaters while Steve Winwood soothed our souls. 20 years ago, in 1996, PlayStation classic Tekken 2 debuted alongside Die Hard Trilogy, and in 2006 three wildly different films hit… Read more
Much like an actual dream, Sega’s long-awaited sequel to Nights: Into Dreams was almost immediately forgotten. Although hardly a nightmare, the only other game in the series is lost on Wii, where the visuals and controls were deoptimized to take… Read more
COMIC REVIEWS!! This week it’s Aliens vs. Knights of the Crusades in Lake of Fire, and Greg Rucka and Liam Sharpe’s “The Lies” continues in Wonder Woman #5!
Inexplicably, Milhouse actually gets a girlfriend and Bart doesn’t take it very well. Meanwhile, Homer learns new words when he’s supposed to lose weight in this week’s podcast…
The biggest annual franchise in sports, a much-anticipated futuristic action-stealth game, and two horror-show season Blu-rays are hitting Amazon this week. Read up on those releases and much more!
Who wants to check out the opening moments of the latest Deus Ex? Oh. Only some of you? Hm. Well, that’s what we’re doing today at 4PM PACIFIC so please consider watching anyway? I thoroughly enjoyed 2011’s Human Revolution (and… Read more
Even though I grew up in the ’80s and “fell in love” with games via the NES, it was 1991’s Super NES that really sealed the deal and made me a lifelong dorko for this kind of stuff. While Zelda… Read more
Special guest Greg Moore joins us to discuss the art of localization, bad old anime dubs, and how famous movie catchphrases are bungled in other languages.
Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Grimlock and more take it to the MATrix of Leadership today in our amazing, colossal Transformers: War for CyberSlam
After a several week sabbatical, Laser Time’s weekend playthrough of Kingdom Hearts returns from the depths
TV Review! The Tick is back! Should the pilot make you swarm the Amazon Prime Pilot polls, or was the character best left forgotten? Find out NOW!