Friday, June 23, 2017

Confirmed Crap Podcast #2:Tales from The Shack, The PIT, & Baywatch

 




Once every dark of the moon The Epic Review not so proudly presents The Confirmed Crap Podcast. A podcast in which the team discusses pretty much anything they want to, while there is usually Film, TV, and Comics discussion, this pod is not limited to those themes.  So sit back, relax, and get ready to enjoy some low brow unstructured entertainment.

For example in this episode we discussed: Old Jobs, The Beach, Baywatch, Dwight Howard, Heroes-Con 2017, Last Knight Reviews, and addressed listener comments.

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Confirmed Epic Podcast Retro Rewind: Episode #32, Transformers 4 Age of Extinction

  


In honor of the release of Transformers 5 The Last Knight this week, and The Reel Brad Bell finally picking up one of his collection grails: The Transformers Age of Extinction Blu-Ray Collectors Edition (Seen Above!); The Epic Review proudly presents one of it's most requested/downloaded retro episodes, from The Epic Review Vault: Confirmed Epic Podcast Episode #32, Transformers 4 Age of Extinction.  Listen as The Reel Brad Bell, AKA Andrew Stokes, and Jerry 'Barbecue 17' Reed review/discuss one of the worst, but most entertainingly hilarious films released since they started the podcast. Also enjoy Jerry's attempt to review the film with actually seeing it.

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Action Figure Review: Seth Rollins from WWE Zombies by Mattel

 Ready for yet another WWE Zombies review? How about we take a look at the Architect, the King Slayer, the Man, and the cover star of the upcoming WWE 2K18: Seth Freakin' Rollins! Seth is definitely near the top of the list of my favorite current WWE Superstars and I'm glad to be able to add him to my growing horde of WWE Zombies. He looks great alongside of the other former members of the Shield, too. Who would have thought we'd be able to assemble a zombified version of the Shield, right? That's pretty cool! Let's take a closer look at zombie Seth Rollins after the break...

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Action Figure Review: Sasha Banks from WWE Zombies by Mattel

    Ready for another WWE Zombies review? I hope so because today I'm checking out the zombified version of the 3 time WWE Women's Champion and legit boss herself, Sasha Banks. Sasha Banks is a pretty cool looking figure and really adds a splash of color to the WWE Zombies line thanks to her bright pink hair. Sasha is easily in my top five favorite female Superstars currently on the roster and is without a doubt one of the most talented in ring performers in her division. Mattel did a pretty impressive job of translating Sasha Banks' appearance into the zombie line, so let's check out the impressive work they did. More after the break...

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Action Figure Review: Kevin Owens from WWE Zombies by Mattel

  While the writing might be a bit iffy (I'm still pretty pissed about the finish to the women's Money in the Bank match on Sunday), there is some incredible talent in the WWE these days and one of my favorites superstars is Kevin Owens. The dude is just incredible. I feel like like KO could sell any gimmick or storyline he's involved with. Even a zombie gimmick. Yup, in the 2nd series of WWE Zombies we get an action figure of the current "Face of America" Kevin Owens. Let's take a look at a zombified version of Chris Jericho's former BFF after the break...

Monday, June 19, 2017

Action Figure Review: Brock Lesnar from WWE Zombies by Mattel

   Oh my gosh! Bork Laser is a zombie! Yes, indeed: The newest series of WWE Zombies action figures includes a zombified action figure of Brock Lesnar. I am absolutely not that big of a fan of Brock Lesnar for quite a few reasons, but that doesn't mean that I'm not going to pick of a zombified version of the guy. I can respect that many collectors of wrestling figures are not that into this line but I'm digging them. I'm digging them hard. Like a madman digging up corpses in a graveyard. That's how much I dig this concept. Despite being a champion who rarely shows up at shows and who is devoid of almost any personality, Brock is a big deal and I couldn't pass him up as he makes for a pretty terrifying zombie. Let's take a look at zombified Brock Lesnar after the break...

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Confirmed Epic Podcast #65: 'Black Panther' Teaser, 'The Mummy', & The Icons of Cinema Summer Showdown of the 1970's




In the 65th edition of The Confirmed Epic Podcast The Reel Brad Bell, Aka Andrew Stokes, and Jerry "Barbecue 17" Reed return to the Icons of Cinema Summer Showdown with the 1970s.  The Goal of this podcasting series will be to determine the 8 most iconic characters of each Decade continuing in the 1960's, and then let you decide who is the king of each decade of cinema.  The series will eventually put the most iconic roles of the 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, 2000's, and the NOW'S against one another in showdown for the title of most iconic film character of all time.

We also discuss the first teaser trailer for Ryan Coogler's upcoming Black Panther film, and review Alex Kurtzman's The Mummy.

*After realizing twitter only allows 4 option polls we changed it to a bracket system: two best of 4 series with the winners meeting in the finals.

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Please Vote in The Icons of Cinema 1970's Finals below, and see how we came to this consensus in the podcast above: