Vacant Expressions 61: End of the Year Awards

  It is the final episode of the year. Jon and Wes discuss their favorite movies of the year, including movies they did not actually see. The winner of the prestigious Vacant Expressions Movie of the Year Award is revealed.  

Vacant Expressions 60: Thanksgiving, Lion King, Oumuamua and More

We share our Thanksgiving experiences then on to Lion King. Then its Breaking News on Oumuamua! Not really. Also, we remember our favorite pop star rehearsals on those reality shows, America’s Got Talent, etc. Also some talk of whats we’re watching on Netflix and some other random nonsense at the end. Bogdan Ioan, Michael Jackson […]

Vacant Expressions 58: SCIENCE!

SCIENCE! We talk a little archeology with talk of an ancient shipwreck. Major discoveries in North America, the Black Sea, and go off on tangents into ancient mythical cities built by aliens, like Atlantis. Then we get into the experience of learning about the World in the West and our lack of exposure to the […]

Vacant Expressions 57: Nerd News, Picard, Venom, and More

We talk free education and other public goods and services that could benefit humanity. Then we shift gears to news on a World War Z sequel, A new Star Trek show starring the legendary Patrick Stewart, the state of the Star Trek franchise, a quick review of Venom, and the upcoming X-Men movies. 200 Universities […]

Vacant Expressions 55: Shane Black, Inside Star Trek, and Ranking Superhero Movies

Jon and Wes talk about their love of Shane Black movies including the Lethal Weapon series, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and his upcoming new movie The Predator. Wes also shares some gossip on the new Star Trek shows, and then they for some reason talk about their favorite superhero movie of the new century.

Vacant Expressions 53: Review of Infinity War

Wes and Jon review Infinity War (spoilers) and go over our favorites throughout the Marvel Universe as well as talk about its future. They also go on a couple tangents about X-Men movies, favorite superheroes, how they were never into comic books, and their love of Shane Black movies.