The Salty Nerds take a look at Zack Snyder's latest Netflix zombie movie, Army of the Dead, and argue over whether or not it's the worst movie ever made. WARNING: SPOILERS
The Salty Nerds endeavor to try to determine which they'd rather be murdered by - killer pants, killer furniture, or killer hair. Find out what wins in this episode that focuses on TERRIBLE movies about inanimate objects that kill! Warning: Spoilers!
The Salty Nerds review the final episodes of the most BRUTAL CARTOON EVER, Amazon's Invincible. If you like awesome animated superhero goodness, don't miss out on this full season recap and review from the Salty Nerds! WARNING: SPOILERS
The Salty Nerds talk about the (Mid?) season finale of HBO's The Nevers, and boy, was it a CONFUSING episode. The Nerds try to break it down and make sense of it. WARNING: SPOILERS
The Salty Nerds brave the futuristic oppression of Dystopian movies from the 1970s, filled with violence, running, and a surprising amount of boobs.
The Salty Nerds take a look at the "John Wick Adjacent" action film starring Bob Odenkirk, Nobody! Is it good? Is it awesome? Does it have Christopher Lloyd kicking butt? Find out! WARNING: SPOILERS
We have reached the PENULTIMATE episode of HBO's The Nevers, and things are starting to get crazy (and confusing). The Salty Nerds try to make sense of this episode as it seems that COVID may have messed with it a little bit. WARNING: SPOILERS
You have the right to remain silent - unless you're the Salty Nerds, who talk about some awesome 80s cop movies in this episode! The Nerds do a Cobra movie review, a Maniac Cop movie review, and an Action Jackson movie review in this episode. Bad...
The Salty Nerds tackle the most recent Tom Clancy adaptation about a Navy Seal who does a bunch of boring stuff to get revenge and uncover a conspiracy or something. Warning: Spoilers!
The Salty Nerds talk about the surprises and revelations in episode 4 of HBO's The Nevers. WARNING: SPOILERS!
Listen as the Salty Nerds attempt to figure out what "Katana" means as they watch a number of "movies with the word Samurai in the title" of varying quality, while trying not to commit Seppuku.
Alex is back and The Salty Nerds talk about the surprising 3rd episode of The Nevers with a shocking twist, and one of the best fight scenes Kadish has ever seen in a TV show. Warning: SPOILERS
The Salty Nerds (minus Alex) review the first two episodes of the new HBO show from Joss Whedon - The Nevers! Which is like a steampunk X-men show, but crossed with Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Warning: SPOILERS
GET OVER HERE! And listen to the Salty Nerds review Mortal Kombat 2021, yet another in a long line of bad movies based on video games. WARNING: SPOILERS
The Salty Nerds rejoice that the Falcon and Winter Soldier is finally over and they're no longer forced to watch it anymore! (Yes, they hated the show that much.) But was the finale any good? Find out, as the Nerds review the last episode (ever?) of...
The Salty Nerds celebrate 4/20 by talking about their favorite stoner comedies (and they do it while sober)!
The Salty Nerds talk about the latest Melissa McCarthy movie about plus-sized superheroes and wonder if it's more okay to laugh at fat people or jokes about Urkle that weren't even funny when he was popular in the 90s. WARNING: SPOILERS
The Salty Nerds have HAD IT with the terrible writing in Falcon and Winter Soldier, especially for its PENULTIMATE episode, and resort to fan-fiction to try to make the show good.
The Salty Crew talk about the adventures of Richard Big Dick Riddick. Join us as we talk about the ridiculous trilogy!
The Salty Nerd Crew take one for the team and watch the new Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley movie "Chaos Walking" the movie so bad the Studio refused to release it.
The Salty nerds suffer through ANOTHER episode of Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Alex likes the 4th episode, but the rest of the Nerds are questioning their resolve as the show seems to get worse as it goes on. WARNING: SPOILERS
The Salty Nerd Crew geek out about some awesome nonsensical monster fighting movies and talk about how much they don't care that the writing is terrible. Legendary Monsters! LET THEM FIGHT!
Join the Salty Nerd Crew as they breakdown the most horribly fun movie of 2021 Godzilla vs. Kong.
The Salty Nerds review the midpoint episode of the MCU TV show The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and ask themselves - "why are we still reviewing this awful show"?