Wham Bam Pow is an action/scifi moviecast. Each week, host Cameron Esposito and panelists Rhea Butcher and Ricky Carmona will terminate your boredom with movie news, interviews & watch-along film reviews. It's one show to rule them all!
This week, we remember Harold Ramis and some of his greatest works, recast a few of our favorite films with women, and deconstruct the 2010, low-budget, sci-fi flick Monsters. Plus, catch some spot-on Godzilla impressions!
Next week, we'll be watching Ghostbusters, which is currently available on Netflix Watch Instant.
This week, we take a trip to theaters to see The Lego Movie and (spoiler alert) we really, really like it. Plus, we're joined by Emily V. Gordon of The Indoor Kids to chat about the movie that made her and the movie that borderline traumatized her. Film is a powerful medium!
Catch Emily on her awesome video game podcast, The Indoor Kids!
Next week, we'll be watching Monsters which is currently available on Netflix Watch Instant.
This week, we reflect on recent happenings in the movie world, Rhea and Ricky pitch the next great 80s toy inspired blockbuster, and we chat about Ninja II, a movie with some good punching and basically nothing else.
We're off next week, but we'll be back February 20th with our review of The Lego Movie, which is in theaters now!
This week, we review Oscar nominations and revel in Gravity's nods. Plus, Rhea and Ricky pitch some new Oscar categories that will allow action and sci-fi movies to really shine, and we chat about Steven Soderbergh's 2013 medicine thriller Side Effects. Bring on the gold guys!
Next week, we will be watching Ninja II, which is currently available on Netflix Watch Instant.
This week, we take on Cherry 2000, a sci-fi movie recommended to us by comedian and former friend Kurt Braunohler. If you like Melanie Griffith and android love, you'll probably still hate this movie. Fortunately, Cameron's around to spark a light in the darkness by pitching the sequel we were all hoping would never happen: Gravity 2. Bring your thinking cap!
Next week, we'll be reviewing Side Effects, which is currently available on Netflix Watch Instant.
This week, we're plagued by a lingering sickness, but we power through to chat about Spike Jonze's sci-fi romance, Her. What does it mean when Joaquin Phoenix falls in love with an operating system?
Next week, we'll be reviewing the Cherry 2000, which is currently available on Netflix Watch Instant.
Wham Bam Pow's Cameron Esposito will be in Atlanta to record a new standup album for aspecialthing records Jan 9-12. C'mon out!
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How did 2013 treat action and sci-fi movie buffs? Join us as we take a look back at the good, the bad, and Kick-Ass 2. Plus, My Brother, My Brother and Me co-brother Travis McElroy joins us to ring in the new year by sharing The Movie That Made Him.
You can follow Travis on Twitter -- he's @travismcelroy.
Next week, we'll be reviewing the movie Her, which is currently in theaters.
Ricky's out this week, so he missed the chance to chat about Upside Down, the movie about gravity that's not Gravity. Plus, Cameron and Rhea pitch new genres to a handful of our myriad celebrity listeners.
No movie review next week -- instead, we'll be looking back at some of our favorite things from 2013. Happy holidays, everybody!
Rhea is out this week, but we deliver a spirited review of Olympus Has Fallen at her suggestion, and Ricky really scrapes the bottom of the barrel for a best part of this White House peril movie. Plus, Cameron and Ricky team up to pitch the next great "One Man Job" flick and make billions of dollars. Why didn't we think of this sooner?
For next week's show, we'll be watching Upside Down, which is available now on Netflix Watch Instant.