Popcorn Pulse 145: The Last Forger

Has it been awhile since we did a Travolta movie? Probably. No one cares for us to go back and look. We grabbed The Forger[2014] off the rack to see what travesty was produced.

Travolta plays an Art Forger who’s son is dying of cancer. He calls in a favor from a mob boss to get out of jail early. This involves forging a Monet to steal and give to the mob. Travolta almost fits being a washed up wannabe artist who makes copies. Plus they don’t pull any punches and have the kid miraculously beat cancer at the end.

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Episode 695: Sleepy Princess in the Abyss

This week on Anime Pulse we got tons of trading cards, Netflix being utterly droll, and descending deeper into the Abyss. Up first Joseph is excited for his trip to Flavor Town, and Andrew stuffs his face full of pocky and melon pan while watching cute girls doing cute things. Then the industry news rolls in with Japan tracking your every movement, a life size and possible Rei figurine, and how to avoid being canceled by a Japanese artist. Lastly the reviews sound us off as Joseph watches a cute girl doing demonic things, and Andrew take a dip in the Sea of Corpses.

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Popcorn Pulse 144: Vampy Kisses

What to do for movies. Shit, we know we watched something we could do. Fuck it, Nicholas Cage it is. Time to break out Vampire’s Kiss(1988). One of Cage’s first roles where he brings a woman home back to his place and starts making out with her. Things are going well enough to start undressing. At least until a bat comes in.

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Episode 694: By the Grace of Retsuko

This week on Anime Pulse we got trips to the Emergency Room, edible cups, and angry pandas. Up first is the IRL news with Joseph feeling like death, and Andrew asking us for a little sympathy for some anime characters. Afterwards comes the industry news with two straight shots from Joseph, about a super expensive Rei figurine you can hug and munching on nutty cups. And lastly are the reviews as Joseph raises some slimes, and Andrew starts up an office job with a bunch of anthropomorphized animals.

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Popcorn Pulse 143: Woman Hunter

We remember how the DC film adaptations haven’t done too hot critically or financially. They’ve made their money but they’re very clearly on rocky ground. One of the exceptions was Wonder Woman. Which meant we had to talk about Wonder Woman 1984[2020] as it recently came out.

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VG Pulse 360: lawsuit rush!

This week on VG Pulse, we are moderately supervised! We start off with discussions about life and work, before diving into the regular news where we discuss several lawsuits going on, a very weird situation between a developer and a publisher, more joystick drift popping up in newer controllers, and the reveal of a new entry in one of my favorite game series of all time!! After the news we head on off into the review where Millennium gives us a rundown of Gold Rush: The Game, and we finish off with talk of Little Nightmares, anime, and food! All this and more up next on VGP 360!! -Aki

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Episode 693: I’m Standing on a Manabi Straight!

This week on Anime Pulse we got too many medications, student council presidents, and cute girls doing future high school things. Up first Joseph feels like an old man after having his teeth pulled, and Andrew’s running his computer off a potato. Then in the industry news there’s talk of a second season of the Devil is a Part-Timer, a live action Hellsing, and crunchy rice burgers. And rounding things out are the reviews with Joseph standing on a waste of time, and Andrew tries to bring up the mood of a declining population by riding around on a future scooter.

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