EftRoU 156 – You take Midol…


Once again… me and the crew cover a lot of entertainment ground in this episode. Be sure to listen in to learn how much Square Ross likes Dr Who. Plus you will get a nice surprise at the end so be sure to listen to the entire episode.


Some Doctor Who News:

Doctor Who on the BBC

Doctor Who

For all you Doctor Who fans out there, Square Ross and Mike share how they feel about some of the upcoming changes. In addition Mike reveals a theory on the next Doctor.


At first we were not sure… but it looks like it wasn’t an April Fools joke. Ashton Kutcher will star in the movie Jobs. That’s right if you haven’t heard about it by now the king of Twitter will be playing the most innovative leader of our time, Mr. Steve Jobs. Find out if we think he can pull it off.

Our Little Geek Fest:

Director Morgan Spurlock

Comic-Con the Movie Director, Morgan Spurlock

Executive producer Stan Lee, Gill Champion, Joss Whedon and Harry Knowles bring you the next big documentary for all us super geeks.  On April 6th you can download Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fans Hope a film by Morgan Spurlock. During this segment of the show Mike shares his experience at Comic-Con while Square and I wish we could attend. We also find out that Mike would look down on me if I did attend Comic-Con, listen in and find out why.

Total Recall Reboot:

Colin Farrell in Total Rcall

Total Recall starring Colin Farrell

On April 2nd the first trailer for Total Recall hit the Interwebs. Learn what we think about this reboot. Then tell us what you think by leaving a comment or sharing a comment on our Facebook page.

Comfort Shows:

Our last segment is all about TV shows that make us happy. We share, even though it’s embarrassing, what TV shows we love to watch. See if any of these shows are a must see for you. Feel free to share with us what TV shows you love to watch when ever you see their names on your cable guide.

We hope you enjoy listening and we would love to hear back from you. Feel free to join the conversation on Facebook or twitter via @entfortherest you can also find the crew on twitter: Q (@aka_q), Mike (@CB_Robinson), and me SquareRoss (@SquareRoss).

Until next time…

EftRou – 140: Doodie in the pool and don’t call me Shirley

This week the EftRou crew takes a trip to retro DVD land and reviews both Caddyshack & Airplane.  However before the reviews begin the crew talks about the recent casting announcements surrounding Star Trek 2 and in addition talk about the newest John Carter of Mars trailer. Sit back and enjoy as the we bring you another great episode!


Points of Interest:

Star Trek (2009) Teaser Poster

Paramount Pictures

The first things we dive into is the latest news surrounding Star Trek 2 and the recent casting announcements of Benicio Del Toro (Snatch), Alice Eve (She’s Out of My League) and Peter Weller (RoboCop) joining the returning cast of Star Trek (2009).  Rumors have been flying about Benicio taking on the legendary role of Khan portrayed by Ricardo Montalban in an Original Series Episode of Star Trek titled “Space Seed” and then reprising the role in Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan.  We talk about how JJ Abrams and crew should take this approach with such a great Sci-Fi Villain, if at all.  The roles of Alice Eve and Peter Weller are still unknown but are said to be major roles in regards to the story.  We also touch on the recently released 2nd trailer for John Carter of Mars.

Retro DVD Reviews


Paramount Pictures

We begin the show talking about the comedy Airplane(1980) which chronicles an airplane crew as they take ill while airborne. Sadly the only person able to land the plane is also afraid to fly and happens to be an ex-pilot. The EftRou crew definitely has some strong opinions and thoughts regarding this classic movie starring: Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty, Leslie Nielsen, Peter Graves and Robert Stack.  With an all star cast and some great one liners can this movie still stand the test of time?


Orion Pictures

Next up was Caddyshack (1980) which is another classic comedy centering around the world of Golf, a posh Golf Course, an Adorable Groundhog, and all the fun that comes with it.  This movie features an all-star cast featuring: Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight and Chevy Chase.  Again does this classic movie stand up to Shady’s and Mike’s expectations?  In addition we talk about some interesting things of whether or not this might be one of Bill Murray’s best roles ever?

We always hope you enjoy listening and we would love to hear back from you. Feel free to join the conversation on twitter via @entfortherest you can also find the crew on twitter: Q (@aka_q), Shady the Biker (@ShadyTheBiker), Mike (@cb_robinson) and me, SquareRoss (@SquareRoss).

Until next time stay safe and enjoy your entertainment!

Are You Ready For A 3rd Excellent Adventure?

According to Keanu Reeves, it’s time to get ready for more of the Wyld Stallyns. You remember…Bill S. Preston, Esq., and “Ted” Theodore Logan. Excellent!

Keanu Reeves

Keanu Reeves

Keanu Reeves told MTV that “Bill and Ted 3” is about “six weeks away”. What he means by this is that the first draft of a legitimate script for the new movie is almost done. This is great news.

Remember how we were all left hanging? No? Well here’s where it left off. The Wyld Stallyns were going to—or did—write a song that saved the world, but that hasn’t happened. Reeves hinted that the band has now become quite obsessed with writing this song, and since all of Bill’s and Ted’s joint adventures involved time travel, the pair is going to have to go back in time to fix this.

The franchise has also enjoyed success off the silver screen with two TV spinoffs. The first, a cartoon titled Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventures, involved the voice work of Reeves, and co-stars Alex Winter and George Carlin. Winters played Bill, and Carlin played Rufus, their time-traveling guide. The other, a live action show in 1992 that involved neither Reeves nor Winter, only enjoyed a short run.

It’ll be interesting to see how this third installments shakes out. Reeves and Winter are both in the 40’s, and George Carlin passed away in 2008. Still, the material was financially successful, was a lot of fun to watch, and writing a song to save the world is everyone’s secret dream, right?

As Bill said in their first excellent adventure, “I believe our adventure through time has taken a most serious turn.” Indeed, so, here’s to one more excellent adventure!

This guest post is by Edwin who blogs at USdish. You can also follow him on Twitter.