In an old school, two topic episode, Mike and Adam first review the Wes Craven B rate horror movie “Deadly Friend”. Then, while listening to the album in it’s entirety, they review the first WWE Album “The Wrestling Album” which was released during the height of the Rock n Wrestling era.
With all the buzz surrounding John Cena’s match against Cesaro on Raw, “Handsome” Dan examines the question, Is WWE making MONEY at the expense of losing MEMORIES? What type of legacy are the current Superstars of sports entertainment leaving behind? Also, the Handsome One cuts a couple of promos. Time to raise your IQ!
Mike has a lot to go over as he starts off positive with a congrats to the Women’s national team’s World Cup victory. Then he gives some details on the Midnight Jury’s appearance at CZW this Saturday at the ECW Arena which leads into Mike’s rant on knowing his own worth. The final topics include TNA, ROH, and his support for Dixieland.
In honor of the 4th of July celebration tomorrow, the After Midnight travels back to 2000 for Mel Gibson in “The Patriot”. We know it’s historically inaccurate, but who cares…’MURICA!!!
“Handsome” Dan examines the way information is presented to wrestling fans today and compares it to the way it was presented in the mid 1980’s. Could having so much wrestling available to fans today actually be a BAD thing? Time to raise your IQ!
Mike, Adam and Cal travel back to 1984 to review another John Hughes classic “16 Candles”. Unlike “The Breakfast Club” this one was less crowd pleasing to the Jury, and they are not shy in telling you why.
“Handsome” Dan compares the current wrestling product to an episode of WWF Prime Time Wrestling from 1987. Which one comes out looking like something slung out of a minimum wage, drive-thru window? You’ll have to listen to find out. Also, could the “Monday Night Wars” have been re-named the “Cable Wars?” It’s time to raise your wrestling IQ!
It is a bit bitter sweet as the Jury gets together to review the last installment of the original George A. Romero zombie trilogy “Day of the Dead”. Mixed reviews on this one, but mocking Miguel makes it all worth it. “So FUCKING WHAT?!”
“Handsome” Dan explains the exchange he had with Dave Meltzer on Twitter that he hinted at last week, exposes the dirty tactics of wrestling dirt sheets, and makes a comparison between pro wrestling and music all in one episode. Come expand your IQ!
Mike starts out the episode by putting Adam Henning on blast for his constant oversleeping. Mike takes over the intro and bashes his co-host as only he can. Then, upon waking up, Adam joins him to review WCW Great American Bash 1998!