Episode 48: Amiibos Are So Vinny


  • Nintendo Direct Conference 4/1
    • Lucas revealed as new playable character
    • Online poll goes up to vote for next video game-based DLC fighters
    • New Amiibo announced for Wooly World and Splatoon
  • Eddie T reads Ready Player One
  • Deadpool officially rated "R"  by Deadpool himself! (watch the video below)
  • Nerdist announces special Marvel Marathon in Los Angeles
    • All 11 MCU Movies Ending with Avengers: Age of Ultron
    • Prizes! Contests!
    • Snacks! Including Cheez-Its, Rice Krispie Treats, meals, and popcorn served in a souvenir 130oz (!) metal tub
    • Successfully watching all 11 films nets you an exclusive poster as well as enters you in a drawing for two tickets to the world premiere of Ant Man!
  • Apple Watch Reserve info


Furious 7, Universal Pictures

Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for his comatose brother.


Great job making Paul Walker’s posthumous scenes with brothers and stunt-doubles as stand-ins blend well. Awesome practical stunts, such as cars being dropped from planes. Finishes the series well with a fitting tribute to Paul Walker.


Deckard Shaw’s character is too unrealistic, popping up wherever the crew is and not killing anyone despite being well-trained. Important tech is left in the hands of a random, unimportant character.


Check out SoldatRenard's full Furious 7 review here.