- Episode 32: AI Image Generated 80's Dark Fantasy Films, Bullet Train
In this episode, the cast discuss their opinions on the recent improvement in A.I. generated images, particularly ones that re-imagine video games as 80's dark fantasy films. They also discuss whether a film needs deep themes in order to considered good and finish the episode with a review of Netflix's Bullet Train.
On the next episode, the selected film for discussion is The Revenant.57m | Feb 25, 2023
- Episode 31: Warner Brothers Cancelling $2.7 Billion in Content, Tonal Shifts in Fiction, Cat Soup
In this episode, the cast discusses the concerning decision Warner Bros made in cancelling nearly 2.7 billion dollars in media content. They also discuss their opinions on how tonal shifts within TV Shows and movies should be handled as well as discuss the surreal anime short film, Cat Soup.
For the next episode, Sam has picked the recent Netflix original Bullet Train to be our feature film slated for discussion.52m | Jan 11, 2023
- Episode 30: The Usual Suspects
In this episode, the gang covers the absolute incompetence on the part of Elon Musk's handling of Twitter, Ian shares his annoyance with the over-simplicity of the Star Wars and Studio Ghibli crossover, Zen, and review the 1995 neo-noire film, The Usual Suspects.
On the next episode, the cast will be looking at the short anime film Cat Soup.50m | Dec 23, 2022
- Episode 29: The Dark Tower
In this episode, the cast discusses the Disney plus show Obi-Wan Kenobi as well as the film adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower.
On the next episode, the gang will be reviewing the 1995 neo-noire film, The Usual Suspects.1h 2m | Dec 23, 2022
- Episode 28: The Star Wars Sequel Trilogy
In this episode, the cast reviews the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy and determines how it holds up after it's initial run.
On the next episode, the gang will be tackling the film adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower as their feature film.1h 38m | Nov 28, 2022
- Episode 27: Halloween Spook-athon
In this episode, the cast each discuss their favorite fillms to watch during the halloween season, which in Sleepy Hollow (1999), Pan's Labyrinth, and Jon Carpenter's The Thing (1982).1h 50m | Nov 1, 2022
- EP 26: The State Of The DCEU, Games That Need Sequels, Batman (1989)
In this epsiode, the cast analyze the state of Warner Bros.' DCEU, talk about games that they believe need a sequel, as well as review the 1989 Tim Burton classic, Batman.
On the next episode, the cast will revisit the ever divisive films that tore a whole in the internet, the Star Wars sequel trilogy.1h 1m | Oct 19, 2022
- EP 25: The Batman 2022, Realism in Film, Blood Diamond
In this episode, Ian talks about his thoughts on Matt Reeve's The Batman, Sam asks if realism in movies can enhance or hinder a film's quality, and the cast take a look at the 2006 war drama, Blood Diamond.
On the next episode, Ian has suggested that the gang take a look at the caped crusader's first major film outing with Tim Burton's 1989 blockbuster, Batman.54m | Jun 2, 2022
- EP 24: Mobile Suit Gundam: The 8th MS Team
In this brand spanking new mega session, the cast reviews their first full mini series with the 1996 anime, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 8th MS Team. Sam and Ian go over other shows from the Gundam universe they believe can work as solid introductions for newcomers curious about the franchise.
On the next episode, Sam has recommended the 2006 film Blood Diamond for discussion.1h 28m | May 11, 2022
- Episode 23: Elden Ring, Favorite Games with Dynamic Soundtracks, Baby Driver
In this episode, the cast share their experiences with From Software's new action RPG, Elden Ring, as well as share their favorite games that have a unique and dynamic use of their soundtracks. They top of the episode by talking about Harrison's recommended movie, Baby Driver.
On the next episode, the gang will partake in another mega session, this time focusing on the 1998 Anime series, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 8th MS Team.1h 0m | Apr 21, 2022
- Episode 22: Introducing Harrison, The Book of Boba Fett, The Edge (1997)
In this episode, Harrison, a brand new cast member, is introduced for the first time. The gang also discusses the underwhelming reception to The Book of Boba Fett and top the episode off with reviewing the 1997 survival thriller film, The Edge.
On the next episode of The Inciting Moment, the film that will be discussed is 2017's Baby Driver.57m | Mar 29, 2022
- Episode 21: Spider-Man Video Game Nostalgia, Opinions on 4K media, The Grand Budapest Hotel
In this episode, the cast discusses their memories of playing various Spider-Man games and deciding which ones were their favorite/least favorite, share their opinions on whether 4K media is really worth the time and money, and top off the episode with a review of Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel.
On the next episode, the cast will be joined by a new member, Harrison, as well as discuss Edgar Wright's 2017 action musical, Baby Driver.55m | Mar 15, 2022
- EP 20: Sam Raimi Spider-Man Trilogy
In this episode, the cast revists the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy to decipher whether it holds up after so many years and see how it compares to subsequent takes on Spider-Man.
On the next episode, the recommended film set for discussion is Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel.1h 29m | Jan 15, 2022
- EP 19: Cake Station Guest Appearence, The Alamo (2004)
In this special episode of The Inciting Moment, the cast is joined by the ever talented Youtube animator, Cake Station. They discuss Cake's body of work, ask about his plans for future projects, and review a film Cake picked for the recommended feature presentation, The Alamo (2004).
On the next episode of The Inciting Moment, the cast will partake in another mega session where they revisit the ever quotable and wonderfully stylized Sam Raimi Spider-Man Trilogy.
To view some of the videos Cake had discussed in the episode, check out these links:
Medal of Honor Frontlines behind the scenes: https://youtu.be/viXYcs6eLdk
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Podrace scene in N64 Graphics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm0kdqKGKbM1h 10m | Dec 10, 2021
- EP 18: Toonami Aftermath, Dune (2021), Macross: Do You Remember Love
In this episode of the Inciting Moment, the cast reminisce about Toonami and give their thoughts about the fan-made live stream Toonami Aftermath, Ian and Scott review the 2021 Dune, and discuss the 1984 anime film, Macross: Do You Remember Love?
On the next episode of the podcast, the gang is going to be joined by Youtube animator Cake Station as well as discuss the 2004 Historical Drama, The Alamo.1h 10m | Dec 3, 2021
- EP 17: "Rust" Shooting, Osamu Tezuka's Metropolis (2001)
In this episode, the cast covers the details of the Alec Baldwin shooting that occurred on set of "rust," but thankfully end the episode on a positive note by gushing over Osamu Tezuka's Metropolis.
On the next episode of The Inciting Moment, the recommended film for discussion is Super Dimensional Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? The film is available in it's entirety on youtube.59m | Nov 1, 2021
- EP 16: Sora and The Legacy of Super Smash Bros., Titan A.E.
In today's episode of The Inciting Moment, the cast talks about Sora from Kingdom Hearts being revealed as the final DLC character for Smash Bros. Ultimate. They also reflect on the legacy of the Smash Bros. franchise and top off the episode with discussing the latest recommended movie, Titan A.E.
For the next episode, the 2001 anime film Metropolis will be the53m | Oct 17, 2021
- EP 15: Spider-Man: No Way Home Impressions, The Green Knight, Speed Racer (2008)
On today's episode, the crew talks about their current impressions of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Ian shares his thoughts on The Green Knight, and they top it all off with analyzing the Wachowski's 2008 underrated gem, Speed Racer (2008).
For the next episode, the recommended movie has been chosen to be 1999's Titan A.E.43m | Oct 7, 2021
- EP 14: Halo Infinite's Slow Decline, The Transformers G1 Show, Transformers: The Movie (1986)
In this episode, the gang covers some unfortunate updates to Halo Infinite's development that killed their optimism for its release and share their thoughts on the first three episodes and movie continuation of the original 80s Transformers show.
For the next episode, the gang will be tackling The Three Flavors Cornetto Trilogy, which consists of Shaun of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World's End.1h 10m | Sep 4, 2021
- EP 13: Space Jam A New Legacy, The Suicide Squad, Ghost In The Shell (1995)
In today's episode, the gang talk about how unsurprising it is to find Space Jam A New Legacy sucks, share their thoughts on James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, and talk in depth on the 1995 animated classic, Ghost In the Shell.
For next week's episode, the recommended film for discussion is 1986's Transformers: The Movie.57m | Aug 20, 2021