July 27, 2017



Hello everyone! And a special Helloooo to all the nurses...This week we start our newest spin-off and addition to the Myopia Family, Myopia Mornings. In each of these we will select a smattering of random episodes of the TV show you grew up with and give them the ole Myopia analysis. In the inaugural episode, we start the WB/Steven Spielberg classic Animaniacs from 1993, possibly the smartest and funniest kids show to date! 

As season four continues, we will do a Myopia Mornings once per month! If you came just for the TV shows, there is a feed for them too! If not, enjoy this slight departure from format. I am happy to say, these projects keep our feed growing. So please, rate and review us and share! It really helps us out!






This week, we start Season 4 of Myopia: Defend Your Childhood! Along with some surprises along the way, we are adding a new series called Myopia Mornings, a children's TV spinoff and we are returning to weekly episodes and I find that Excellent! 

As has been tradition, we have started the seasons with the sequels to the first episode, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but unfortunately we are out, so we are moving on to sequels of the second episode, which was most triumpant. Thus, this week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn what George Carlin would do for coke money. We watched Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989), what was so sinister at the Circle K?

How will you stand when we put your past on trial?

Host: Nicolas Hoffmann

Panel: Matthew Quinn, Daniel, and Steve


July 5, 2017

Quantum of Solace


I know, I know, you are thinking about how bad this movie is or, rather, how much you disliked it. So, thank you for even looking. It is riddled with shaky-cam, it feels rushed, and it is not crazy or campy (so bad it is good). Yet, it is brutal and at time very real. We see the death of Bond's humanity, quite possibly. So, we watched it, why? Because it is a Bond film, of course!

Host: Nicolas Hoffmann

Bond: Experts: Steve, Daniel