Before the Jury officially leaves the original trilogy and moves on to the prequels, there is still one “movie” left to review… the long disdained, and suppressed STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL. Never with a official release, panned by fans and George Lucas himself, this is truly an interesting view into the world of Star Wars. Did Mike, Adam and Cal find some positive points to the special? Find out now…
Part 2 of the Midnight Jury Christmas special takes a completely different tone than Part 1. Last week, A CHRISTMAS STORY pleased the Jury and came out with a very favorable final verdict. This week, it changes as the focus shifts to the 3rd film in the horror series SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT. If you expect the verdict to mimic last weeks, YOU BETTER WATCH OUT!
Cabana Man Dan takes some time out of his day to talk with Sean about his career, adversities, triumphs, side projects, his Nova Pro tryout experience, teaming with Ace Perry and Sage Phillips at 11th Dimension and much, much more.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge for a special Christmas edition.
A holiday tradition continues as for the third year in a row, Handsome Dan shares some of his favorite movie clips, music, and memories of Christmas past. Raise your Christmas IQ and lift your holiday spirit with the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling.
In Part 1 of our Christmas Special, the Midnight Jury takes on the holiday classic A CHRISTMAS STORY! Mike, Adam and Cal talk about the MAJOR award, memories from days past, and much more! Join us for this yule tide review!
Independent wrestler and NYPD officer Chris Payne joins the SCSO this week to discuss balancing his two careers and a family. He talks about his inspirations and progression through the wrestling business including his work in NXT and much more with Sean.
Jay Baca stops by to take fans to the Lucha Lounge for another grab bag edition.
Originally aired on 12/20/13, the Jury brought you their FIRST Christmas Special! Mike, Adam and Sydney talk Christmas memories: Toys, the reveal that there is no Santa, and so much more. Then, they review 1989’s ELVES starring Grizzly Adams himself Dan Haggarty. Finally Mike and Adam hand out lumps of coal to the WORST factions in wrestling history!!
Pete Gasparino (aka Pete Gas from the The Mean Street Posse) stops by the SCSO to talk about his book “Looking at The Lights: My Path From Fan to Wrestling Heel”. He discusses the small beginnings of the group, being legitimately chased down by Kane, getting to work with the top stars of the Attitude Era and much, much more.
Jay Baca (55:00) opens up the Lucha Lounge for a grab bag approach. What will he discuss? Find out!
Mike and Cal travel back to 1997 to review SCREAM 2. This film is jammed with late 90’s stars, so much so that naming them would need a whole new description! The Jury had favorable reviews of the first movie, will the second hold up?