This week the guys review Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem in the crime thriller The Counselor.
And in the lead up to the next generation, Shane has finished one of the best game of this generation, The Last Of Us, and the crew discuss it in all of its spoiler-ific glory. The guys also give their thoughts on female protagonists in games, interactive story-telling as well as the latest PlayStation announcements of Uncharted coming to PS4 and The Last Of Us DLC.
Thor: The Dark World: 00:02:40 – 00:32:14
About Time: 00:34:05 – 00:54:03
Batman: Arkham Origins: 00:54:41 – 01:29:02
Pokemon X & Y: 01:29:14 – 01:40:45
GTA 5: 01:40:46 – 01:46:02
Heavy Rain:01:46:04 – 01:53:00
It’s a MEGA episode this week, and in an appropriately heroic fashion Shane, Jason H, Ben and Terry kick it off with their thoughts on Marvel’s smashing sequel Thor: The Dark World. In the second segment the guys review Richard Curtis’ About Time.
And in the second half of the show, Jason M and Luke swap in to review Batman: Arkham Origins. The guys also give their final thoughts on GTA 5 and Pokemon X & Y, and Shane dives into his video game Pile of Shame and finally plays Heavy Rain.Thanks once again for taking the time to listen to the show
This week on The Awesome Addiction Shane, Jason M, Ben and Terry orbit the microphones once again to review Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Alfonso Cuarón’s latest film Gravity.In the second segment, the guys update us on their latest thoughts of Grand Theft Auto 5 and how it has all won them over.
And in the final segment, they discuss where Rockstar goes after GTA 5 and the controversy of THAT torture scene!
This week we hit up the EB Expo and play Titanfall, Dead Rising 3, Ryse, Forza 5, Killer Instinct, Dying Light, Beyond Two Souls, Pokemon X & Y, Battlefield 4, The Might Quest for Epic Loot, Gran Turismo 6, Batman Arkham Origins, some really cool Aussie indie games & much more.We’re also joined by Ben Stapylton to review Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl as F1 racers James Hunt and Niki Lauda in Ron Howard’s latest drama Rush.
Thanks for listening to the show and we’ll see you next week for our thoughts on Gravity and Runner Runner.
It’s a rockstar-like show this week! Shane, Jason and Ben are reunited with “The Dulcet Tones” himself, Terry Fear, as well as returning champion Jason Mirah and new-comer Luke Fuller. In the first segment, the guys turn their attention to Vin Diesel in his third adventure as Richard B. Riddick. How does it compare to the first two films?
In the second segment, they waste no time getting into their first impressions of this year’s biggest release GTA 5!
And in the final segment, the crew wraps it up with their thoughts on Woody Allen’s latest film starring Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin and Louis C.K, Blue Jasmine along with yet another dose of The Quick Fix!
The Awesome Addiction welcomes back the triumphant return of Jason Hendrickx and Daniel Perry. The two join Shane, Ben and Jason M. to review Neil Blomkamp’s next sci-fi outing in Elysium.Shane and Jason H. also give their thoughts on Starbreeze Studio’s single player co-op game, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and everyone has something to say about the Grand Theft Auto Online reveal.And in the final segment, Shane has finally watched In Time and Ben has finally watched How To Train Your Dragon, and both films get a healthy dose of discussion. The show wraps up with another round of The Quick Fix.
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Join us next week for all the latest Xbox One and PS4 news out of Gamescom 2013 and the review of Matt Damon and Michael Douglas in Behind The Candelabra.Thanks for listening and we’ll see you next week
Fellow Awesome Addicts, welcome to this week’s magical episode in which Shane, Terry, Ben, Jason M and returning champion Jackie steal your attention and conjure their review of Now You See Me.
Following this, Shane has entered the zombie-infested world of State of Decay and lives to tell his tale. And as a side topic, the gang discuss their tolerance of bugs and glitches in games.And in the final segment, the guys turn there attention to some film and video game news as well as Jason’s thoughts on Sleeping Dogs, before wrapping up the show with another batch of The Quick Fix!
Jason Hendrickx is living it up in Hawaiian paradise, and has left Shane Bailey, Jason Mirah, Terry Fear and Ben Stapylton to review Guillermo Del Toro’s monster movie Pacific Rim. And boy do they review it!
Largely inspired by 1995′s Neon Genesis Evangelion, in the second segment the guys discuss the anime and inevitably compare it to Del Toro’s feature film.
And in the final segment the guys discuss the latest video games news including the latest Grand Theft Auto V gameplay reveal before wrapping it up with another round of The Quick Fix!
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It’s all about the movies this week (well, almost). To kick off episode 16 the guys discuss the latest video games news before diving into their thoughts on Pixar’s latest Monsters University.
In the second segment, the discussion turns to the zombie action-thriller World War Z. In the final segment, the guys wrap it up with their verdict for Epic, the fantasy-animated adventure from Blue Sky Studios, the guys who created Ice Age and Rio.
And to wrap it up we debut our new end-of-the-show segment called The Quick Fix!
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Thanks again for listening and we’ll see you next week when we discuss Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim and much more!