May 20, 2019

Class of 1999: Payback

I know, I know -- I still haven't finished the ECV 100 installments yet. But the Class of 1999 series, which will run irregularly for the rest of the year, is something that fits in nicely with the idea of "legacy," so we're going to put those on Mondays too, at least on weeks that we don't already have an ECV 100 thing.

Here, we talk about Payback, which is a great movie with a terrible director's cut that we did NOT rewatch.

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Be back for more by noon on the fifth day, and please -- always remember to rewind your videocassettes.

Russ and Zach talk this week's biggest movie, John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum.

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In this episode, Russ Burlingame talks with Ted Sikora about his new comic, Tap Dance Killer. He is currently crowdfunding the first trade paperback on Kickstarter, which you can check out here and pre-order a copy.

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If you like what we're doing here, you can become a patron of the Emerald City Video Podcast, which comes with fun perks. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook. We also have Instagram and Vero accounts where we share images, photos, memes, and nonsense.

Be back for more by noon on the fifth day, and please -- always remember to rewind your videocassettes.

 
 

Russ and Zach talk about the indie dramedy The Browsing Effect.

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Be back for more by noon on the fifth day, and please -- always remember to rewind your videocassettes.

Avengers: Endgame is here, and we're gonna talk about it.

Russ and Zach break down the latest blockbuster in the Marvel canon, in both a spoilery and non-spoilery way -- although even the non-spoiler section has one arguably minor thing spoiled almost immediately. So maybe listen to this either after you've seen the movie or if you don't car emuch about spoilers?

You can find us (and a number of other awesome podcasts) on the ACPN family of shows.

If you like what we're doing here, you can become a patron of the Emerald City Video Podcast, which comes with fun perks. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook. We also have Instagram and Vero accounts where we share images, photos, memes, and nonsense.

Be back for more by noon on the fifth day, and please -- always remember to rewind your videocassettes.

 
 

Introducing In Vitam Mortem: A Deadly Class Podcast, which will bring together hosts from around fandom to talk about both the comics and TV series Deadly Class.

In this first TV episode, Russ Burlingame talks about the Deadly Class pilot in separate segments (we explain why) with Nicole Drum and Nya D. Hemmings.

You can read Russ's review of the pilot for ComicBook.com here: https://comicbook.com/tv-shows/2018/12/19/deadly-class-pilot-review/

Deadly Class will premiere on January 16 on SYFY. A new issue of the comic book series by Rick RemenderWes CraigLee Loughridge, and Rus Wooton will be in stores in January as well.

Craig, Russ, and Chris get together to talk about the second episode of Riverdale, and it's AWESOME.

Russ Burlingame of ComicBook.com has put together a video on comics you should try if you enjoyed Rick Remender and Wes Craig's DEADLY CLASS, curated by Hank Pattison of Golden Age Collectables in Vancouver, BC.

You can follow Russ Burlingame at @RussBurlingame on Twitter. Follow Hank Pattison at @HLHPattison. Follow the Emerald City Video Podcast at @ecv_podcast and the Deadly Class Podcast at @deadlyclasspod.

You can donate to VOKRA and be entered to win cool DEADLY CLASS swag here: https://www.gofundme.com/deadlyclass

Terry Gilliam took almost thirty years to bring The Man Who Killed Don Quixote to the screen. So was it worth the weight? Russ and Zach weigh in. After that, there's a talk about Hellboy, which was surprisingly good!

You can find us (and a number of other awesome podcasts) on the ACPN family of shows.

If you like what we're doing here, you can become a patron of the Emerald City Video Podcast, which comes with fun perks. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook. We also have Instagram and Vero accounts where we share images, photos, memes, and nonsense.

Be back for more by noon on the fifth day, and please -- always remember to rewind your videocassettes.

Craig Byrne, Chris Hayner, and Russ Burlingame get together to digest the pilot episode of Riverdale, our new favorite show.

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