Legends Podcast

Hosted ByWing, Beef, Rumdaddy and Jonolobster.

A podcast that talks about a variety of topics including movies, tv, video games, comic books, and more.

This podcast is a member of the GonnaGeek Podcast Network but is not owned by GonnaGeek.

Here we talk about entertainment Legends and Legendary Entertainment. Movie, TV, Web, Video Games, Comic Book, Classic, New, Old,Original, Sequel, Reboot, Remake and more . For better or worse.

This podcast is a member of the GonnaGeek Podcast Network but is not owned by GonnaGeek.

All Episodes

Legends Podcast #627; Uncle Buck (1989)

Writer-director John Hughes made his mark on ‘80s cinema with the National Lampoon’s Vacation films and his Brat Pack teen comedies. By the late ‘80s, he’d transitioned to writing more “grown-up” comedies, starting with 1987’s Planes, Trains

Legends Podcast #626; Conan the Destroyer (1984)

With Arnold Schwarzenegger’s star rising in the early 80s, the Austrian bodybuilder filmed his first sequel, a follow-up to his 1982 role in the John Millius sword-and-sorcery epic Conan the Barbarian. Based on the works of Robert E. Howard, the Raffael

Legends Podcast #625; After Hours (1985)

In the early Eighties, Martin Scorcese was struggling to get The Last Temptation of Christ into production. After Paramount abandoned the adaptation, Scorcese decided instead to focus on smaller, independent projects. The script for this 1985 black comedy

Legends Podcast #624; Iron Man (2008)

Fifteen years ago, the Marvel Cinematic Universe kicked off with a grounded take on one of their most ____ characters ever. Debuting in 1963, genius billionaire playboy philanthropist Tony Stark became a founding member of the Avengers and also an alcohol

Legends Podcast #623; Sin City (2005)

Director Robert Rodriguez teaming up with famed comic creator Frank Miller to bring the pages of Miller’s noir-soaked graphic novel to life. Co-directed by Miller (with a scene by Quentin Tarantino), this anthology movie draws not only its inspiration f

Legends Podcast #622; Road to Perdition (2002)

Following his breakout success with American Beauty, director Sam Mendes had a variety of projects to choose from, including films like A Beautiful Mind, K-PAX, and The Shipping News. Mendes chose instead to adapt a graphic novel about a hitman and his so

Legends Podcast #621; Top Gun: Maverick (2022)

Thirty-six years after the original film, a sequel to Top Gun was finally released. Develoment started in 2010 but was delayed by the death of director Tony Scott. Production began in 2017 with the hiring of Joseph Kosinski as director, with filming takin

Legends Podcast #620; Falling Down (1993)

Director Joel Schumacher was well-known for bring a dark and stylish flair to his films, from teenage vampires in The Lost Boys to benippled Batmen in in his neon-soaked Gotham City. By contrast, his 1993 potboiler starring Michael Douglas and Robert Duva

Legends Podcast #619; Shoresy Special Edition (Part 2)

This week we’re talking about the final three episodes of season 1, “If You Can’t Win, Don’t Play,” “Hockey Brings People Together,” and “Don’t Poke the Bear,” with our special guest Sean. The back half of the season sees Shoresy atten