Wanting to finish out the series, the Jury does their best, but can only finish episodes 3-8. The guys leave the final two episodes open ended for you to discover on your own. Spoilers are here, but the biggest swerves are kept a secret so we suggest finishing out the series and reporting back your thoughts to us on Twitter @MidnightJury!
Adam makes his return after 3 weeks and true to form, is ready to fight logic and nitpick even the smallest things. Mike and Cal try to keep on track, but the Jury only gets through the first two episodes of the NETFLIX series GLOW before they have to end the show and pick it up next week. This episode is NOT spoiler free.
Coming out of the vault after almost 3 1/2 years, the Jury heads all the way back to Episode 7 as they review 1980’s FRIDAY THE 13TH, and WCW BASH AT THE BEACH ’94!!
Adam Henning of the Midnight Jury is back for Part 2 of his discussion regarding the controversial Vince Russo. PLUS, a new edition of My Music Journey featuring the song “Something” by Julien Baker. Lots to talk about this week and you don’t want to miss any of it!
It’s the triumphant return of Handsome Dan and the Final Say to WLW Studios! Dan is joined by Adam Henning of the Midnight Jury to discuss one of pro wrestling’s most controversial figures, Vince Russo. Plus Dan explains his brief hiatus and the show’s new format going forward. Come join the celebration and raise your wrestling IQ in the process!
In the early days, the Jury would squeeze both a Horror AND Wrestling topic into one episode. On this CLASSIC episode originally released on 12/13/13, they do just that. Mike, Adam and Sydney review 1984’s Friday the 13th: The FINAL Chapter (the Corey Feldman one) and WCW’s Starrcade 1997 (the Sting/Hogan one). Sit back and enjoy.
In 2000, WCW teamed with Warner Bros. to release the much criticized READY TO RUMBLE. Despite having a lot of recognizable faces including David Arquette, Oliver Platt and Rose McGowan, the movie failed to impress the masses. Of course, it did impress WCW mark Adam Henning, which leads to a fight between he and Mike as the final grades are delivered. Also, the Intro segment to Ep. 146 is available via Videocast! Click the link below for the FULL episode, or the YouTube link at the bottom for the Intro Videocast!
Before there was BASH AT THE BEACH, WCW came at you with BEACH BLAST and the guys at the Jury are gonna take you back to the days of VHS and review this event from their Turner Home Video copy. The final verdict on this event may surprise you!
The boys aren’t traveling back to the 80’s and 90’s on this one. With its recent release on Netflix, “The Resurrection of Jake the Snake” has become quite the talking point of the wrestling world and the Jury gives you their thoughts on it! Join us for a journey with past guest of the Midnight Jury; Jake the Snake, on his road to recovery!
Yes, we know it’s June, but this was recorded at the end of May… so give us a break. The guys review 2002’s WWA (World Wrestling All-Stars) pay-per-view “The Revolution”. Featuring wrestlers from WWE, WCW and ECW, WWA was the unofficial precursor to TNA. Join us for this VERY unique wrestling experience.