Wednesday, 25 August 2010
This week your friends Count Vardulon and The Divemistress gush all over Stephen Moffat's latest project, which makes the Count squeal with delight. They also review a new Kevin Costner movie, which makes the Count sigh with regret. Tune in to hear the most Canadian discussion ever--it's about beer!
Poll results: The question was, "What is least important in an action movie?" Most of you chose backstory, and there was a tie between character development and subplots.
Tuesday, 17 August 2010
The unthinkable happens this week when both Count Vardulon and The Divemistress like every single movie they review. In an unprecedented display of social behaviour, the Count leaves the castle to take in two new releases and regales the DM with hilarious stories about the weirdos at his local cinema. The DM, for her part, manages surprise the Count with some movie news about one of his favourite comic books.
Poll Results: Scott Pilgrim vs The Expendables
50% Scott Pilgrim
50% The Expendables
Wednesday, 11 August 2010
This week on TheAvod Count Vardulon and The Divemistress compare Blood the Last Vampire with Blood the Last Vampire. The DM gives a rundown of the spin-off series, Blood +, and the Count promotes the hell out of Golgo 13. The two talk about a couple of upcoming movies, and the Count asks the all-important question: How shirtless is Karl Urban in Pathfinder? Tune in to find out!
Question: What will be the next trend in horror literature?
Answer: Cannibal Chick Lit 50%, Biblical Slasher 33%, Sci-Fi Ghost Story 16%, Werewolf Western 0%
Tuesday, 3 August 2010
This week your friends Count Vardulon and The Divemistress investigate the lucrative business of organ repossession. Since there's a new Batman animated movie, the DM insists they talk about that. Unfortunately, she's has yet to learn an important lesson about bringing up the Joker when talking to The Count, so the conversation waxes a little too much on how much of a pussy Batman is. Other things complained about: video game movies and horror literature. Fun times!
Poll Results: When asked to select the least confusing film ever, you all chose Rambo (except for that one person who voted for Jaws 2, you know who you are).