After Turner & Hooch last week, Trevor kept the reboot train rolling with Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. and had a much better time.
After receiving the recommendation from our friends at The Castle Vault podcast, Trevor and Cameron sat down with the pilot episode of the Turner & Hooch Disney Plus series.
Trevor decided to take a last-minute trip to Disneyland this week so, in honor of that, he watched the Jungle Cruise, Haunted Mansion, and Star Tours episodes of the Behind the Attraction series to get hyped for the trip.
We wrap up our Summer of Star Wars this week with a look at the documentary about the making of the original trilogy to bring everything full circle. Logan couldn’t join us but we brought in former Nerd Christian Puente aka PixelBrave to share his thoughts and join us in our individual rankings of all of these films.
After the highs of Rogue One last week, we look at Solo: A Star Wars Story this week to finish the last of modern standalone films for our Summer of Star Wars. Had anyone in the history of ever asked themselves “is Han Solo even his real name?”
After last week’s first Star Wars standalone film of The Clone Wars, we come to Rogue One. Is this movie the best one of the Disney era?
The Skywalker Saga may be finished but our Summer of Star Wars rolls on as we dive into the first of the standalone films: Star Wars: The Clone Wars. How does this animated entry compared to its live-action brethren?
We wrap up The Skywalker Saga this week with The Rise of Skywalker. “The dead speak” and we wish they’d shut up!
Today we tackle what may arguably be the most divisive entry in the Skywalker Saga: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. Is That Nerdy Site as divided as the Star Wars fandom over this movie.
We’ve reached the modern Disney era of Star Wars, kicking the sequel trilogy off with The Force Awakens. How does it hold up now that we know how this trilogy plays out?