The 404 383: Where it's so bad it's good Video
The spoiler-free review of The Amazing Spiderman headlines The 404 Show today.
Jeff gives a spoiler-free review of "The Dark Knight Rises," plus a bunch of lesser-known facts about the Batman movie franchise on today's 404 episode.
I'll ruin the surprise for you right now: the worst movie of the summer (only four days in so far) is "Transformers 2: Rise of the Fallen." On today's show, we rip apart this atrocity even more, spoiler-free! Wilson also gives us his first impressions of his brand new Apple iPhone 3GS and discovers the weirdest camera issue ever. I love you, Wilson, but that came out of NOWHERE!
We're back from the holiday weekend and we all had a good time...until The Hangover 2 happened. The movie itself wasn't as awful as expected, so tune into a spoiler-free review on today's episode before you rush out and give Zach Galifianakis another $14 bucks.
The final episode of "Lost" aired yesterday, but this episode is spoiler-free! However, you should know that Wilson couldn't handle the emotional scenes at the end of the episode and shed a few tears. But he also cried at the end of "Little Nicky," so don't expect too much.
Grand Theft Auto V comes out tomorrow but Jeff gives us a preview and a spoiler-free review of the game, including how it stacks up to past games in the franchise, the insane depths of Los Santos, and the beautiful cinematic sequences that parallel triumphs like "The Big Lebowski."
What happens when one extremely popular tech TV show with an attractive female host blatantly takes the slogan of a much lesser known Internet radio show with three mildly humorous, if not a bit awkward, post-pubescent manboys? You're about to find out on today's episode of The 404, where Attack of the Show's GadgetPr0n stole our tagline, "High Tech, Low Brow." Now, I'm a little unwilling to compromise my relationship with Olivia Munn, the , but Jeff and Wilson are heated and propose an all-out battle for the right to the slogan!
"Her," by Spike Jonze, is a movie that follows a modern man as he falls in love with his operating system. Naturally, we'll need an entire show to review it, and CNET's Ty Pendlebury and Sarah Tew sub in for Jeff to join the conversation. Warning: This episode contains spoilers!
Mark Licea jumps back into the guest seat today for a chat about Wolfenstein: New Order, a hack that gives you a spoiler-free Internet, and Nintendo's big problem in advance of E3.
Happy Hanukkah! Tonight is the first of the 8-day holiday, so tune in to the first half of the show as Wilson and I try our best to explain to Jeff what that means.