The Gentlemen Radio Epiosde 130: Even More Faster and Furiouser

Well after weeks of taling about it and anticipation Furious 7 has finally released and the Gentlemen have seen it and are ready to talk about it. And talk they do. Then it is on to Trevor Noah and the nature of comedy, specifically when it comes to ‘offensive’ comedy. It is a touchy subject […]

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Patrick’s Most Anticipated Summer Movies of 2015

Summer time is almost upon us and with that the rush of new blockbusters, tentpoles and a smattering of counter programming. I love summer because it is where you get your fix on big action, super hero movies, sci-fi extravaganzas and over the top comedies. Subtly is not often in great supply during these months […]

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Furious 7 Movie Review

Stacked to the brim with the usual collection of nonsense, clichés, terrible dialogue and acting Furious 7 also brings some of the best and most insane action I have ever seen for one of the most fun experiences one can hope for at the movies. Picking up right where the last movie left off, Furious […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 129: Fear the Walking Dead Season Break

And another season of Walking Dead comes to a close and with it the Gentlemen’s expert analysis of the finale episode and the season as a whole. Gentlemen Patrick and Jeffrey deep dive what was, what is and what may be to come about a show that is just getting better and better. The Gents […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 128: Tangential Tangents About Tangents

  This week Patrick and Jeffrey talk about…well…nothing in particular really. At a certain poin they get into some controversy regarding a Batgirl cover and talk about how much shit the Men’s Rights Movement is full of and just how ridiculous people can get when they make assumptions about situations they don’t have the facts […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 127: Trips Back to Greendale and Back to the Well

And we are back to a less serious and more wacky episode as the Gentlemen take a look at the return of Community and the impending Mallrats sequel Kevin Smith just announced. The Gents don’t see quite eye to eye on Smith’s recent output and it makes for some pretty fun times. Recomendations: Jeffrey   […]

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Run All Night Movie Review

Delivering an old school crime thriller feel with solid acting and real tension, Run All Night goes a long way toward washing the taste of Taken 3 out of the mouths of Liam Neeson fans. Run All Night tells the story of former hit man Jimmy Conlon, a prolific killer in his time who earned […]

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Dying Light PS4 Review

Summary [9.0 out of 10] Telling the story of a GRE agent dropped into the zombie infested fictional city of Haran on an undercover mission who is promptly bitten and infected, Dying Light is an incredibly engaging game with tension, challenge and fun in spades. Offering a very well executed parkour based movement system, customizable […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 126: Goodbye, Lord Animal

This week is a pretty heavy epsiode. We don’t normally do this kind of thing but the Gents get pretty serious in the second half of the episode as Gentlemen Patrick introduces and says goodbye to his friend Bob Reeves who died last week. He was an amazing person and more people need to hear […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 125: Of Weddings, Birdmen and Television or the Unexpected Virtue of Migraines

It is a very special episode of the Gentlemen Radio in which Gentleman Charles returns, Gentleman Jeffrey is about to get married and Gentlman Patrick has a migraine. After meds are ingested, the team digs in to Birdman and the Oscars as well as getting into the Flash and Arrow. There is a fair amount […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 124: Live From Tucson, It’s Saturday Night!

Saturday Night Live had it’s 40th anniversary last weekend and it is all the Gentlemen could talk about this week as they take a look at SNL, sketch comedy throughout the years, favorite sketches and the state of the sketch comedy union. It is all sketch comedy all the time on this episode of the […]

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Kingsman: The Secret Service Movie Review

A fun and fast paced take on the spy genre, Kingsman: the Secret Service embraces the silliness of the genre while infusing it with top notch action and a brilliant mixture of old and new flavors. After losing an agent on a mission to recover a kidnapped scientist (Mark Hamill), secret agent service the Kingsman […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 123: Better Call Kanye

And we are back after a break last week and boy do we have a doozy for you. First off the Gents tackle the new Spider-man news that has teh internet all abuzz. Then they dig into the midseason return of the Walking Dead and the series premire of Better Call Saul. To close off […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 122: Fauxtastic Four and the New Ghostbusters

Charles is back again from battling infectious disease in parts near and far and wrestling Yeti’s while bare chested in the Alps. In this episode the Gentlemen get down to brass tacks about the Fantastic Four trailer, the casting announcement for the Ghostbusters remake, Adam Sandler doing Netflix, and Arrow and the Flash. It is […]

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Patrick’s 10 Favorite 2014 Movies That You Might Have Missed

As mentioned in my Top 10 Favorite Movies of 2014 article, 2014 was year with a few great movies and a lot of really good ones. Every year has hidden gems and films that rise close to the top without quite making it to the surface. The following is a list of movies that I […]

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Patrick’s Top 10 Favorite Movies of 2014

Every year is unique for movies and 2014 was no exception and in fact felt a little bit extra strange. The awards field felt a bit narrow with serious art pictures being in shorter supply than normal and a handful of great films against a sea of really good ones.  There were not as many […]

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