This week the Loose Cannons watch The No Mercy Man, a 1973 revenge movie about a man who has absolutely no mercy for the bikers and carnies who've taken over his town.
Jon falls in love with his Wii U and Eric ponders Ether One and Steam refunds on this week's episode of the WhaleCast.
This week the Loose Cannons watch Goodbye Uncle Tom, the ultra offensive 1971 film that critic Pauline Kael called “the most specific and rabid incitement to race war.”
Eric finally finishes Dragon Age: Inquisition and Jon buys a Wii U from a guy in a subway on this week's episode of the WhaleCast.
On this episode we review the Supergirl, we talk with writer Becky Cloonan about Southern Cross and Gotham Academy. We also chat with actor/writer/director Jason Trost about his upcoming indie film release How to Save Us.
This week the Loose Cannons watch the 1971 hockey romance Winter Comes Early (aka Face-Off). Is this Canuck classic worthy of the Cannon canon? Listen to find out.
Eric and Jon talk about Mad Max: Fury Road and the problems with world building in video games. They also discuss Broken Age, Kickstarter, and Hohokum.
On this episode we review Tomorrowland, talk with author Neal Stephenson about his latest book Seveneves, and chat with Dale Wells of The Dandies, a Star Trek-themed Toronto improv group.
This week the Loose Cannons sit down to discuss 1971's Death of a Hooker (aka Who Killed Mary Whats'ername?), a surprisingly tame procedural starring Red Buttons and Sam Waterston.
Eric sits down with TOJam co-founder Jim McGinley to discuss Chinese food and the evolution of game jams.
On this episode we review Mad Max: Fury Road and talk with writer Sam Maggs about her new book The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Girl Geeks.
On this week's episode of Loose Cannons, Mathew Kumar and Justin Decloux talk about 1971's Crucible of Horror starring Michael Gough (Alfred from Batman).
Eric and Jon discuss P.T. and the unexpected joys of watching other people play video games on YouTube.
On this episode we talk with writer Greg Rucka about Convergence: The Question #1. We celebrate the 40th Anniversary of JAWS. We also talk with artist Adam Gorham to discuss his latest book DEAD DROP #1.
This week the Loose Cannons return to the world of Swedish sexploitation to discuss 1971's Maid in Sweden.