This week, we're heading to the old west, running for our lives from some gangs, and possibly committing some Grand Theft Auto. Of course we're not going to commit any crimes, but talk about one of the most popular video game publishers of all time Rockstar, who have brought the world such classic series like Max Payne, Bully, Red Dead Redemption, and of course Grand Theft Auto.
As the world of the DCEU expands, we find ourselves talking about one of the most dangerous teams ever assembled, The Suicide Squad. We take a look at some of the backgrounds and origins of the squad members featured in the new DCEU movie including Killer Croc, Boomerang, Headshot, and of course Mr. J's Harley Quinn.
Last week we went where no other podcast named "The Beanholes" has badly gone before, and now that we went there, it's time to reboot! Once again were boldly going out into space to talk about the reboot trilogy of Star Trek movies including a spoiler free review of the new film of the series, "Star Trek Beyond".
As we boldly go where no other podcast called "The Beanholes" has gone before, to the far reaches of space, to talk about the original series of Star Trek.
This week, we go over the decades long attempt to bring a third Ghostbusters adventure to the big screen, the times it almost happened, the possible stories, and what lead to the polarizing new 2016 reboot starring Kristin Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones.
This time we're in a car......again, and we're talking some Ghostbusters and trying to find some Ecto-Cooler even if the search kills us and everyone we care about.
This week, Eric and Nate go into the incredible life of one of the greatest children's writers of all time, the man behind Matilda, The BFG, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl.
The Beanholes may not be fighting aliens this week, but that's not going to stop us from talking trash about them! This week we talk about the classic 90's sci-fi disaster movie, "Independence Day".
This week, The Beanholes delve back into the wonderful world of Walt Disney, and down into the depths of the ocean, as we talk about the Disney and Pixar movie "Finding Nemo", and also featuring our special guest, Disney fanatic Samantha Calkin.
This week, Halloween comes a bit early for Eric and Nate as they delve into the supernatural to discuss the controversy and cases of world famous demonologists, Ed and Lorraine Warren, whose experiences helped major motion pictures such as The Amityville Horror, A Haunting in Connecticut, The Conjuring, Annabelle, and the newly released The Conjuring 2.