20 Alien vs. Aliens: LIVE! (w/ Kumail Nanjiani)

Recorded LIVE from UCB-Sunset in Los Angeles, this very special episode of The Canon finds Devin & Amy inviting Silicon Valley star and The Indoor Kids host Kumail Nanjiani to pit Alien vs. Aliens in an epic space battle. Did Ridley Scott create a science fiction classic that cannot be topped? Or did James Cameron improve the franchise by fully developing heroine Ellen Ripley? Tune in to hear what the live audience thinks — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

Recorded LIVE from UCB-Sunset in Los Angeles, this very special episode of The Canon finds Devin & Amy inviting Silicon Valley star and The Indoor Kids host Kumail Nanjiani to pit Alien vs. Aliens in an epic space battle. Did Ridley Scott create a science fiction classic that cannot be topped? Or did James Cameron improve the franchise by fully developing heroine Ellen Ripley? Tune in to hear what the live audience thinks — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

19 Casino Royale (w/ Matt Gourley)

James Bond expert and I Was There Too host Matt Gourley joins Devin & Amy this week to nominate his pick for the only Bond film in the canon: 2006’s Casino Royale. Is Daniel Craig a better Bond than Sean Connery? Is Vesper the ultimate Bond girl? Should there be more nifty 007 gadgets? Tune in for the discussion on this post Bourne-era Bond film — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

James Bond expert and I Was There Too host Matt Gourley joins Devin & Amy this week to nominate his pick for the only Bond film in the canon: 2006’s Casino Royale. Is Daniel Craig a better Bond than Sean Connery? Is Vesper the ultimate Bond girl? Should there be more nifty 007 gadgets? Tune in for the discussion on this post Bourne-era Bond film — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

18 There’s Something About Mary

This week Devin and Amy submit their first comedy for Canon consideration: the 1998 Farrelly Brothers’ flick There’s Something About Mary. Does Cameron Diaz deserve more credit for being a fantastic actress? Would you categorize the movie as a “romantic” comedy? And almost 20 years later, what’s more unnerving: the semen gag or Mary’s disabled brother Warren? Tune in for the discussion– and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

This week Devin and Amy submit their first comedy for Canon consideration: the 1998 Farrelly Brothers’ flick There’s Something About Mary. Does Cameron Diaz deserve more credit for being a fantastic actress? Would you categorize the movie as a “romantic” comedy? And almost 20 years later, what’s more unnerving: the semen gag or Mary’s disabled brother Warren? Tune in for the discussion– and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

17 The Nights of Cabiria (w/ Amber Benson)

Author, director, and actress Amber Benson (The Witches of Echo Park, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) joins Devin & Amy this week to discuss the 1957 Federico Fellini masterpiece The Nights of Cabiria. Is this the movie that has enough humor and darkness to fill your Fellini hole? Tune in for the discussion on this beautiful story about a hooker who just wants to be loved — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

Author, director, and actress Amber Benson (The Witches of Echo Park, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) joins Devin & Amy this week to discuss the 1957 Federico Fellini masterpiece The Nights of Cabiria. Is this the movie that has enough humor and darkness to fill your Fellini hole? Tune in for the discussion on this beautiful story about a hooker who just wants to be loved — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

16 Blade Runner

This week Devin & Amy debate whether Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner is worthy of the Canon or should be lost in time. Is this movie the foundational text for all modern fiction or just art design porn? Does it matter whether or not Harrison Ford is a replicant if his flirtation with Sean Young one of the worst onscreen romances in film history? And is the tears in the rain speech just nonsense? Tune in for the Philip K. Dick fight —  and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

This week Devin & Amy debate whether Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner is worthy of the Canon or should be lost in time. Is this movie the foundational text for all modern fiction or just art design porn? Does it matter whether or not Harrison Ford is a replicant if his flirtation with Sean Young one of the worst onscreen romances in film history? And is the tears in the rain speech just nonsense? Tune in for the Philip K. Dick fight —  and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!