Writer-director-producer, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look at stock market activity today that saw a rise in the share price of AMC Theaters by 800% in one day. Rob also answers questions from fans and answers Super Chats from Imagination Connoisseurs in the show’s chat.
Robert Meyer Burnett and AZ (Heels vs Baby Face) take a look at Rob’s 007 LIVE AND LET DIE action figure collection, AZ’s Mandalorians (with Baby Grokus) and much more – proving once again that toy love can overcame any challenges with a trans-Atlantic connection.
Fan films are much more commonplace today than they were a generation ago – but for fans of Star Trek, fan films were the ONLY option they had for getting new stories about their favorite characters after the original series ended in 1968.
Come celebrate this uniquely Star Trek tradition with a look at five, highly entertaining (and amazing) fan productions.
Mel Gibson returns to WOTD, but this time he’s a cop named Max who’s patrolling an impossible stretch of road in a nightmarish hellscape.
This is the first film in a dystopian series that has thrilled fans worldwide for forty years. Find out why we’ve made MAD MAX our Watch of the Day …
Writer-director-producer, Robert Meyer Burnett, reads and discusses letters from fans covering a variety of issues from how fans are treated by their favorite franchises to whether or not there is an objective standard for “good art.” Fans chime in via SuperChat and Tips to the channel.
Ian Samuels runs down a list of the Federation’s most dangerous adversaries to determine who the biggest “bad ass” is in the Alpha Quadrant (and beyond). And the winner is …