In the second part Jake and Baggs discuss upcoming movies and recap the premiere episode of The Walking Dead’s second half. Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone!
For the first non-sports Baggpod Baggs, and editors/BSAPod Crew (and brothers) Jake and Joe delve into the Game of Thrones book series (otherwise known as Songs of Ice and Fire) to discuss mainly A Storm of Swords as well as what Season Two of HBO’s Game of Thrones adaptation might hold.
While urging his friend Bridget to be an unearthed corpse in the film adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s “Child of God”: “I mean, red headed dead chicks are always the hottest.”
In honor of the release of Denzel Washington’s latest movie Safe House, I have decided to take a look back at the past decade of Denzel movies, as well as celebrate the ten year anniversary of Denzel’s Academy Award win. Being a huge Denzel fan (I have even watched The George McKenna Story i.e. Hard […]
After a bit of a hiatus Eugene and Baggs briefly discuss the Super Bowl and Eli Manning’s legitimacy before discussing everything from the England national soccer team to fighting in the NHL.
#4 Pick in 2012 NFL Draft, held on April 26-28 New regimes usually mean bad football and that is exactly what happened with the 2011 Browns. Eric Mangini and his 3-4 defense were canned in favor of Pat Shumur’s offensive mind and Dick Jauron’s 4-3. The Browns had built up a lot of promising play […]
After watching the New York Giants come away from Indianapolis clutching the coveted Lombardi Trophy I had to ask myself, was this team really deserving of being the best in the land? Sure I realize that they had to win three playoff games, two of which on the road against (supposedly) better opponents. I also […]
My first viewing of this movie came in the theater and I must say all my original thoughts hold true after my re-viewing. Midnight in Paris is a present day relic. At its heart it is a classic movie, a simple point and shoot that allows dialogue to shine, actors to to act, and the […]