James & Zach play a trio of games starting with a new round of the mind-melding Say Anything, a new actor/film/actor-hopping game we like to call Chain Reaction, and close out the alphabet (and the show) with Last Man Standing.
James attempt to list from memory, in order with year of release and correct punctuation, all 109 of the films with music composed by John Williams, then the guys try to fool each other in another spirited round of Movie Bluff!
James and Zach zip through another set of 5 letters of the alphabet in a round of Last Man Standing, then play everyone’s favorite game 28 Words Later, complete with a surprising outcome.
James attempts to keep up with Zach in another round of Last Man Standing, then the guys play a round of everyone’s favorite game 28 Words Later.
Zach and James solidify the rules of Last Man Standing (aka will James ever earn a letter?) and attempt to get back in the groove with an old favorite during a limp round of 28 Words Later.
James attempts to list the films scored by John Williams in a quick game of Total Recall, we revist last weeks game Last Mad Standing, and close out the show with a speed round of 90’s Movie Trivia.
Did he or didn’t he?! Zach tries to name the films of Harrison Ford in order of release (with correct punctuation) from memory and fails (or does he?). Plus, we test out two – yes, that’s two – new movie games.
James tests his memory of Tom Hanks films in a tense game of Total Recall, then James and Zach try to lie their way through through a few rounds of Movie Bluff.
Zach takes his second and last stab at naming the 57 theatrically-released films of Alfred Hitchcock from memory, in order, with year of release and correct punctuation. Can he do it? Plus we play another round of our new game Movie Bluff!
Listen as James attempts to list the films of Alfred Hitchcock, in order, with year of release and correct punctuation. Also, we try out a new game – Film Bluff!
In this episode we rename our new Friday Fun show to Freaky Friday, Zach gives it the old Junior College try at memorizing the films of Alfred Hitchcock, and we play a middling game of 28 Words Later (formerly 30 Words).
In our first of (hopefully) many Friday Fun shows we play a rousing game of 30 Words, because of course we do.