Someone mentioned "spoilers" and Daryl decided he'd had enough. Enough of people saying that their inability to ignore someone saying something about a movie or TV show they claim to want to see is more important than his excitement about that movie or TV show. Daryl started to rant in what has been described as a rant heard by all of Ballard and possibly all of the city of Seattle.
Daryl was on vacation but that didn't stop him from watching movies and shows. 5 movies were watched on an airplane:
Isn’t It Romantic
Crazy Rich Asians
Stranger Things 3 was watched mostly on a laptop in hotel rooms. But the movie from which this episode gets its name, Spiderman: Far From Home, was watched in a theater in London.
My last episode until the end of July features 4 movies split into 2 sections. The first section is about 2 musical movies.
The other 2 movies don’t really have much overlap, other than perhaps comedy. They were:
The Dead Don’t Die
Men In Black: International
Aladdin and Rocketman were watched in the same night. I had lots to compare and contrast. The Dead Don’t Die was a movie I went to with a Patreon patron. That’s not even a perk, he just invited me to go. Finally, MIB:International was my father’s day treat. I hope you get as much treat out of this episode as I did watching the movies ;)
Daryl has mentioned on occasion how he was a fan of Milestone comics. He's also mentioned the new short (45 mins!!) fan film of Static Shock titled "Static" that is based on the Dakota City character first created in the early 90's. Well this episode features his interview with the Director of that film, David Kirkman. That interview starts at about the 10 minute mark.
Before the interview Daryl gives he review on the new show on Amazon Prime Video, "Good Omens." A mini-series based on the book of the same name by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Brightburn! Or maybe it’s Flash! Actually it is both. I may not like them, but a friend invited me to a horror movie. How could I say no? I didn’t. So, what did I think? I don’t normally like horror. Did I like this? I finally got caught up to the end of Flash Season 5. I discuss how I felt about the wrap up to the season. How I felt about the whole season arc. And the 3 big bads that were in it.
This episode, Diacre talks about The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Detective Pikachu and a short film about Static Shock from the Milestone Comics Dakotaverse.
My latest podcast where I get pretty worked up about "spoiler" worries. I also talk about season 2 of Cobra Kai and Avengers:Endgame.
This one has some strong language and hand gestures because I'm pretty worked up.
For this episode I got on my soapbox about people are tired of the types of movies that are coming out of Hollywood. It may have been incoherent rambling, but have a look & listen then decide.
After that I discussed the latest incarnation of Hellboy. I saw it this past weekend and I liked it more than the reviewers seemed to.
No, it’s not an amazing team up of DC villain and Marvel hero. It’s a new episode of The Spoilers with Diacre. Daryl has caught up on the latest episodes of Supergirl and wants to discuss Lex Luthor, as played by Jon Cryer. Also, a different podcast has turned him on the The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and he has a review for you. Let’s get nuts.
Daryl (Diacre) got to see an early viewing event of the new DC & Warner Brothers movie, Shazam! We all know he likes just about everything, but what did he like and what didn't he? Who should see it, and who should stay home? This episode is 99% focused on Shazam! with only the occasional tangent.
It's time for Daryl to go it alone as the WD in our various online accounts now stands for "with Daryl." With that in mind, Daryl just saw Captain Marvel and wanted to talk about every tangent he could find with it.