The podcasts on the Weird Robot Network talk about the best in upcoming movies and news, theatrical releases, teasers, trailers, reviews, and the occasional list of best/worst actors, actresses, and more. Everything from horror, action, comedies, reboots, successes and failures.

REVIEW: Fantastic Four

REVIEW: Fantastic FourBeing a movie reviewer is a solemn responsibility. At the best of times, you go in wide eyed hoping to see a cinematic masterpiece so you can discuss it with everyone. Then there are times when you give something a shot in the hopes that you can find the diamond in the rough and encourage... Read More »

REVIEW: Pixels

REVIEW: PixelsWhen I was a lad, the term “Adam Sandler movie” was a good thing. As I graduated out of high school though, I also began to wonder if I was graduating out of Adam Sandler movies. They just didn’t have the zing they used to. Then there was Punch Drunk Love, the only movie I’ve... Read More »


REVIEW: Ant-ManFirst off, I’d like to open by saying I don’t really care about Ant-Man. Even Ant-Man doesn’t seem to care about Ant-Man (Over the years he also fought crime as Goliath, Giant-Man, and Yellowjacket). The most interesting thing about him to me is that he beats his wife. Besides being a founding Avenger and creating... Read More »

Terminator: A Timeline

Terminator: A TimelineIn my research for my Terminator Genisys review, things got so convoluted with the timeline I had to write it down to keep track of it. I figured I would share it to see if anyone can help me make sense of it. This is assuming the stance on these films is that the future... Read More »

REVIEW: Terminator Genisys

REVIEW: Terminator GenisysTerminator is arguably one of the best known and highest grossing franchises ever. It spans thirty years and over a billion dollars. Half of that has been in a tail spin though. Since James Cameron stopped being involved (T3), the last two films have made less money and been much more poorly received critically. And... Read More »


REVIEW: Ted 2In the sequel to 2012’s smash hit Ted, can Seth MacFarlane make up for the lackluster success of A Million Ways To Die In The West (Although I thought it was OK and it did make a little money)? Originally, Ted 2 was going to be a Smokey And The Bandit homage about John and... Read More »

REVIEW: Jurassic World

REVIEW: Jurassic WorldAt the earliest drawings of the fractal curve, few clues to the underlying mathematical structure will be seen. This movie has been in development for over a decade. Steven Spielberg got the ball rolling with a new idea. At one point Sam Neil, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, and Richard Attenborough all said they were attached... Read More »

REVIEW: Entourage

REVIEW: EntourageEntourage ran for eight seasons on HBO. It was well received critically and was well liked by the majority of people that watched it. Popular consensus on the series finale was that it was disappointing though. But to be able to go back and have a second chance… isn’t that what most of us wish... Read More »

REVIEW: Tomorrowland

REVIEW: TomorrowlandThis is one of the most confusing reviews I will probably ever have to write. I’ve kind of been experimenting with my movie going experiences this year. I went and saw Ex Machina despite the fact that I hadn’t seen a trailer for it and didn’t know what it was about. I went and saw... Read More »

Attention Whores: Avengers: Age of Ultron

Attention Whores: Avengers: Age of UltronIn this very special episode of The Attention Whore podcast The gang (Tyler, Logan, Will, Todd and specials guests Emily and Clint) got together and recorded immediately after watching Avengers: Age of Ultron.  We talk about it’s highs and lows.  Best fight scenes and weak moments.  And naturally Spoiler alert guys, there are a lot of spoilers in this podcast.... Read More »

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