BBB CELEBRITY MAKE-OUT 2017, WALK ON WATER (REVIEW), STRONGER, THE BIG SICK, BIRTH OF THE DRAGON

In the first half of our latest podcast (Season 3, Episode 35), Ricardo Medina reviews the inspirational drama “Stronger”, while I do a track review of “Walk on Water”, Eminem’s first single from his upcoming album “Revival”, along with the delightful comedy-drama “The Big Sick” and the Bruce Lee biopic of sorts “Birth of the Dragon”. Also, we FINALLY discuss the Hollywood “witch-hunts” involving Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K. and others.

– Matthew

BBB NEW TV (Mid-September 2017), XXXTENTACION MUSIC VIDEO CONTROVERSY, INSECURE (Season 2), BOJACK HORSEMAN (Season 4), IT

*APOLOGIES FIRST AND FOREMOST FOR THE “DIRTY” QUALITY OF MY VOCALS IN THIS PODCAST. SHOULD’VE CHECKED MY AUDIO LEVELS BEFORE RECORDING. WILL KEEP IN MIND NEXT TIME*

In today’s episode of Beers, Beats & Bailey, Ricardo Medina and I discuss the season premieres of “The Orville” and “South Park” (Season 21), praise the audacious “Rick and Morty” episode “The Ricklantis Mixup”, ponder on the controversy behind rapper XXXTentacion’s music video “Look At Me!”, and review the TV shows “Insecure” (Season 2), “Bojack Horseman” (Season 4) and the second feature-length film adaptation of Stephen King’s “It”.

– Matthew

BBB S03E24 – SAN DIEGO COMIC CON ’17 TRAILERS, R.I.P. CHESTER BENNINGTON, SLEIGHT, DUNKIRK

After our 2 week hiatus, Ricardo and I return to Beers, Beats & Bailey to discuss (FINALLY) the major movie & TV trailers launched during the 2017 San Diego Comic Con, the unfortunate passing of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, the WWE Studios-helmed sci-fi drama “Sleight” and what may very well be another masterpiece in Christopher Nolan’s oeuvre, the war film “Dunkirk”.

–  Matthew

 

 

BBB S03E21 – 2nd YEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

In this special episode of Beers, Beats & Bailey, we celebrate the SECOND ANNIVERSARY of this series, as well as discuss the newest trailers for “Rick and Morty” (Season 3), “Death Note”, “Inhumans” and”Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”, the music video for Kendrick Lamar’s “ELEMENT.”, a track-by-track review of Jay-Z’s latest Tidal release “4.44”, Netflix’s “Okja” and “GLOW ” (Season 1) and Edgar Wright’s action-packed, music-based crime film “Baby Driver”.

– Matthew

BBB Iron Fist (SEASON 1), Life After Death (ALBUM), Get Out, Kong Skull Island REVIEWS

In this episode, Ricardo reviews the latest Marvel/Netflix TV series “Iron Fist”, I do a track-by-track review of The Notorious B.I.G.’s second and final album “Life After Death”, and we both review Jordan Peele’s creepy debut film “Get Out” and the official introduction of the 8th Wonder of the World into Warner Bros.’ “monsterverse”: “Kong: Skull Island”

– Matthew

BBB GRAMMYS, JACKIE, A MAN CALLED OVE, A CURE FOR WELLNESS, THE GREAT WALL, OSCARS 2017 PREDICTIONS

In our final episode for the month of February, Ricardo Medina and I talk about the Grammy Awards and share our predictions for the upcoming Academy Awards, as well as review the Oscar-nominated movies “Jackie” and “A Man Called Ove”, and the recent theatrical releases “A Cure for Wellness” and “The Great Wall”.

– Matthew

BBB Best of 2016

Finally, we’ve made it! Ricardo Medina, special guest Michael Richards (C.E.O. of Phastraq VFX) and yours truly count down our lists of Best Hip Hop Instrumental Albums, Hip Hop EPs, Hip Hop Albums, Live-Action Movies (VFX), Animated Movies, and the Best and Worst Movies of 2016!

 

– Matthew

BBB Chappelle On SNL, Documentary Now, Dog Eat Dog, Arrival, We Got It From Here… (Album Review)

In today’s podcast, Ricardo and I talk about the first post-Donald Trump episode of “Saturday Night Live” hosted by Dave Chappelle, the documentary parody TV series “Documentary Now”, the neo-noir crime drama “Dog Eat Dog”, the intelligent sci-fi drama “Arrival” (SPOILER TALK) and the long-awaited album from legendary hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest: “We Got it from Here…Thank You 4 Your Service”

–  Matthew

BBB HALFLIFE THEORY, R.I.P. BILL NUNN, SNOWDEN & MR ROBOT SEASON 2 REVIEW

In today’s episode of Beers, Beats & Bailey, we briefly touch on the recent anniversaries of two classic hip-hop albums (A Tribe Called Quest’s “The Low End Theory” and The Roots’ “Illadelph Halflife”)and the tragic passing of actor Bill Nunn, in addition to reviewing the Oliver Stone political thriller “Snowden” and Season 2 of the Emmy-winning cyber-thriller series “Mr. Robot”.

–  Matthew