Devin and Teddy got their duo together to celebrate the premiere Marvel team uniting on screen for the first time. That’s right, MCU in Review closes out the MCU Phase 1 by digging into the pop culture behemoth The Avengers … Continue reading MCU in Review Issue No. 5: “The Avengers” (2012)
We have to ask, of all the things Steve Rogers says he could do all day, do we think that he could go toe-to-toe with our Marvel podcasters-in-residence at the mic? We may never know for sure, but we do … Continue reading MCU in Review Issue No. 4: “Captain America: The First Avenger” (2011)
Whosoever listens to this episode, if they be worthy, shall possess the power of the pod! That’s right folks, Devin and Teddy are ripping and roaring through the bi-frost for episode three of the limited series to dig into Thor … Continue reading MCU in Review Issue No. 3: “Thor” (2011)
Just when you were starting to miss them, Devin and Teddy are back again with episode two of “MCU in Review,” digging into the hot but somewhat beautiful mess that is “Iron Man 2” (2010). The first sequel of the … Continue reading MCU in Review Issue No. 2: “Iron Man 2” (2010)
Welcome back to PFR Weekly! We’ve been on a production hiatus for much longer than we anticipated, but we are SO EXCITED to be back on mic. We are also excited that we get to introduce something new for PFR … Continue reading MCU in Review Issue No. 1: “Iron Man” (2008)
Welcome once again, dear reader, to the time of year when I embrace the relentless theorizing and predicting that courses under the Oscars race. In each of these columns, I’ll dive deep into the read I have on a major … Continue reading Oscars Deep Dive: Adapted Screenplay
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