CAPE 91: Batman V Superman V Fun

At this point, anyone who wanted to see Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice has seen it so CAPE is happy to present a spoiler-filled review of the movie.  Jack DeFranco and Ryan Taggart open the show with their positive take on the film followed by Chris and Sherrie giving their negative review.  The heroes, the villains and the future of the DC Extended Universe will be thoroughly discussed so listen and either enjoy or indulge your nerd rage.  Continue reading

CAPE 90: Beered

In what is hardly the first alcohol-infused episode of CAPE, Andrew Rizzitello and Ryan Taggart are back to sample some new beers with Chris, who doesn’t drink beer but is curious nonetheless.  The boys educate Chris about their experiences making and exploring a variety of brews, then crack open bottles of Moonglow Weizenbock by VictoryCommemorative Ale by HitachinoAutumn Ale by Goose Island, and Right-O-Way IPA by Southern Tier and share their unfiltered (pun intended) reactions to each one. Continue reading

CAPE 89: This November, Cast Your Vote For Tacos

Since they never did a single episode about politics or a presidential election, the hosts of The Only Podcast That Matters assemble once again to discuss the circus that is this year’s race to the White House.  It’s basically a chat about exactly what you’d expect – the rise of Trump, the appeal of Bernie, the lifelong ambitions of Clinton and Cruz, and a bit about those other guys who’ve been dropping out of the race.  Yes, just another collection of poorly informed citizens deciding who’s the least worst candidate. Continue reading

The Best Guest Vocalists For AC/DC

Yesterday, AC/DC announced they’d be rescheduling upcoming tour dates due to frontman Brian Johnson risking total hearing loss if he continued.  The statement mentions new dates at the end of the year would likely feature a guest vocalist, which would be no easy task since the voices of AC/DC have always been a critical part of their sound.  Frankly, if Dave Grohl does even one concert fronting AC/DC, I might kill myself because it would be the clearest signal that there’s no going back from all the disproportionate worship we’re showing him.  To help avoid this catastrophe, for your consideration, I offer five picks for singers I’d like to see front the band.  Continue reading

CAPE 88: Nostalgia Isn’t What It Used To Be

Jack DeFranco and Ryan Taggart are back to revisit the past with Chris, since the past is making a comeback these days.  The trio chats about the resurgence of cassettes and vinyl, the return of TV shows from their childhood like The X-Files and Fuller House, what it means to Jackpedal, and the recent trend of breathing new franchise life into older film properties.  Continue reading

CAPE 87: To Hell With The Devil, Go Jesus!

Ryan Taggart rejoins Chris to share their anticipation for the Super Bowl (AKA the end of football season).  The pair also delves into riveting topics like road safety signs, overrated entertainment, nerds choosing sides in pop culture, Stryper, and they pay respect to one of their most memorable teachers.  Continue reading

CAPE 86: East Coast Trifecta

An unexpected trip home has once again brought Chris in close proximity to his old cohorts, so he’s joined by Andrew Rizzitello and Cory Noyes to continue the conversation that never ends between them.  Cory explains the importance of the upcoming Super Bowl, all three share their anticipation for Deadpool, Andrew and Chris learn what Twitch is all about, and science fiction of many types in discussed along with recurring topics like Bob Ross and Ray Liotta.  Continue reading

CAPE 85: #OscarsSoWhat

This week sees the return of Sherrie to elaborate on the latest social media outrage #OscarsSoWhite and what race means in 2016 for entertainment and everyday life.  There’s also some clarification about current buzzwords that keep making the rounds, shared frustration with Apple updates and also some proposed etiquette for social media.  Continue reading

CAPE 84: We Could Be Heroes…

Chris takes this solo show to share memories and discuss the legacies of Lemmy Kilmister, David Bowie, Alan Rickman and Glenn Frey. He also reflects on his long stay in New Jersey, dissects the recent appeal of vinyl and cassettes, and ponders if “Star Wars” fans are happy with the franchise’s massive success.  Continue reading

CAPE 83: Up To The Elbow with Veronica Rizzitello

The Podwife AKA Veronica Rizzitello (wife of Andrew) makes her triumphant debut on CAPE.  She spends the bulk of the show giving Chris incredible details about her recent pregnancy, from the moment of conception to handling cravings to wanting to kill her husband to the insanity of her birthing experience, all peppered with Chris’ smartassery.  Continue reading