Starting a look at Robert Rodriguez’s iconic franchise, Andrew and Johnny grab their guitar cases, head to Mexico and make plenty of Freddie Mercury jokes.
Sir Anthony Hopkins joins the team to watch a story of a metal band's attempts to succeed in a second documentary about overwhelming ambition and dreams this month. But will it motivate or crush Andrew and Johnny (And Sir Anthony Hopkins)?
In this tribute to those that left us over the last 16 years, WE ARE SO INCREDIBLY SORRY! WE ARE GOOD PEOPLE. This COMEDY episode of a show decides to take on the sober, bruising, brilliant examination on the horrors of 9/11. WE ARE SORRY.
My city screams, and we sigh, as Andrew and Johnny watch Frank Miller's 'film' 'adaptation' of a 'comic' book' 'character' 'starring' 'humans?'. Awkwardly timed given both Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johansson don some very SSuspicious looking outfits...
You And Me, We Can Light Up The Sky, something something Take That, it's Matthew Vaughn's fantasy adventure Stardust under the watchful eye of an ever-present Jim Broadbent, plus Pizza Time.
It's time for everyone's Cage-pressions to descend on Alcatraz as we prepare for (Michael) Baywatch starring Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson in this themed episode.
Andrew and Johnny ignore the Harrison Ford thriller for the sake of deep conversations about nothing, like your favourite episodes of Seinfeld without the humour and pacing.