Fresh off Wrestlemania, the boys of Shootin the Shiznit bring along another special edition. You know what that means! It’s a Countdown episode featuring their 10 Wrestlemania 34 Takeaways.
On this episode of Metal Hammer of Doom, the boys take a look at Kamelot The Shadow Theory, the American power metal band’s 12th studio album.
On this episode of Shooting the Shiznit, Brian sits down for an interview with Anthony Henry. Henry talks about starting out as a fan and his various fandoms, as well as his training.
Not to be left out of the fun, TV Party Tonight provides their own recap of Wrestlemania weekend, including WWE HOF 2018, as well as the NXT Takeover on this episode.
The Source Material team kicks off Radulich in Broadcasting’s Wrestlemania Week with Issues 1-5 of Image’s Ringside Comics, released in 2016.
Stephen and Erik are back and ready to kick off the 2018 season of This Week in the AFL! To get things going, the guys talk with Tim Capper of ArenaFan about the chaos that was the offseason, as well as Collin Taylor about his future in the league.
Rich goes solo for this episode of Running Wild, giving him a chance to recap ROH Supercard of Honor XII and for a second Matt Taven Interview.
On the latest episode, Mark and Sean Comer put the original 1982 Tron movie On Trial! The sci-fi action-adventure Disney film featured Jeff Bridges.
On the latest Metal Hammer of Doom, the crew reviews Metal Kombat for the Mortal Man, Powerglove’s album of cover versions of the best video game music.
The world is overtaken by a quest to find three keys in hopes of obtaining a fortune at the end of it. However, what they learn is another lesson entirely. Sean Garmer joins Mark and Robert in reviewing the Ready Player One Movie.