EftRoU 107: the extra value show…

This by far has been our biggest show to date, we had six people in studio and one person calling in. Here is the list of everyone on the show, first our guests: Ms. Michelle Whitt and James Gralian (you may recognize James voice from our intro). In addition to Michelle and  James we also had our regulars on the show, Mike Leach, Shady the Biker, Dillon 2.o and Dano.

This week the EftRoU crew reviews, discusses and analyzes two different feature flicks. But before we did that we had a memorable moment sharing significant TV memories. As for the feature flicks we reviewed ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ and ‘Source Code’.


Feature Flick #1

Movie Battle Los Angeles

Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group - Battle: LA

The first feature flick we discussed this week was ‘Battle: Los Angeles‘ staring Aaron Eckhart. ‘Battle: LA’ is about a soon to be retired Marine staff sergeant who leads a platoon of fellow Marines against a UFO invasion. If you haven’t figured it out the battleground… the streets of Los Angeles. I don’t have much else to say about this film other than – listen to the EftRoU crew discuss.

Feature Flick #2

Movie Source Code

Summit Entertainment, LLC - Source Code

The second feature flick we review this week is ‘Source Code‘ staring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright. When decorated  Captain Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) wakes up in the body of an unknown man, he discovers he’s part of a mission to find a bomber. During his assignment he learns he’s part of a government experiment called the “Source Code.” As part of the mission Colter re-lives the same incident over and over again to gathering clues until he can solve the mystery of who the bomber is.


Let us know what you think of these movies, by leaving a comment. Tell us if you disagree or agree with what we shared. If we missed anything, just let us know.

Also be sure to check out James’ new venture called Podgeek.com, it’s well worth it.

EftRoU 98a: hockey can be entertaining…

As most of you know I am a big fan of hockey and I watch the Avalanche on TV when ever I can find the time. I used to go to at least 6 games a year back in the day until it just became to cost prohibitive for me and The Moderator. We love watching hockey and find it to be a great form of entertainment.

Hockey All Star Game

2011 NHL All Star logo

So for those of you out there that are not hockey fans or have not every really watched hockey before this is my plea to say, “You got to give it a chance!” This weekend January 28-30, 2011 you can check out the All Star game on Versus, check your local listings for time and channel.

In an effort to help introduce the EftRoU audience to this years NHL All Stars I invent my friend Tapeleg from the Rink Podcast. That’s right I said Tapeleg, from www.rinkpodcast.com. Tapeleg and I record a special episode to discuss what we think of hockey as a whole as well as the new twist that the NHL has put on this year’s All Star game.

Listen in and then let us know if we made you into a hockey fan or at least curious about the game. Or if you’re already a fan let us know what you think of this years All Star game format.


Festivus 2010

Review of TRON: Legacy and a Festivus celebration

This week on Entertainment for the Rest of Us the crew air their grievances and demonstrate feats of strength to celebrate Festivus, the holiday for the rest of us. In addition the EftRoU gang welcome Mark Bell, from the super popular website Film Threat, to discuss Disney’s TRON: Legacy. Learn why why ‘Q’ and Shady are big fans and why the Moderator and Mark feel this is just a rehash of the original TRON.

Tron Legacy Poster

Disney Enterprise

Just in case you don’t know what TRON: Legacy is about here is a short synopsis: After being left an orphan Sam Flynn, a rebellious 27-year-old, investigates a strange signal sent from the old Flynn’s Arcade, a signal that could only come from his father. Before he knows it, he finds himself pulled into a digital world where his father, Kevin Flynn, has been trapped for 20 years. Big time stars in this movie are: Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde.


welcome cassi

A review of The Chronicles of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia

Twentieth Century Fox\Walden Media

On this week’s episode of Entertainment for the Rest of Us. The Moderator and Q welcome Cassandra Perkins, host of Behind the Mask on Voices of Reality TV, to review and discuss The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader starring Ben Barnes, Skandar Keynes, Georgie Henley and William Moseley.  In The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Lucy and Edmund return to Narnia with their cousin Eustace. They meet up with Prince Caspian for an adventure across the seas of Narnia aboard the ship The Dawn Treader.

Sit back and enjoy as the EftRoU team share their thoughts about this must see, in a theaters, movie.


Men vs. Women…


New Line Productions

Happy holiday folks! Thank you for taking the time to listen to our netcast. We tired not to miss a beat during this wonderful Labor Day weekend.

This week on the show: Dano Manion, from AndyVsDano.com, jumps in to help out. Plus to help class up the joint Q’s and Dano’s better half join the show to give us the female perspective.  Thank goodness they were here.

Only one movie this week. “Going the Distance” staring Drew Barrymore and Justin Long along with Charlie Day (from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia)  & Jason Sudeikis (from Saturday Night Live).

Sit back in your easy chair and enjoy…


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