Questions and Answers

Westworld Questions and Answers

Howdy…. If you’re like me, I know you’re asking… Why can’t the Westworld hosts kill humans? What’s the deal with milk and flies? Is that Soundgarden in the background? Is Anthony Hopkins a robot? What the hell is going on in the Westworld series debut?

You’ve got Westworld questions, and these guys got Westworld answers. Hosts Roger Roper and Dick Ebert saddle up with their new sidekick, Gene Lions, to explore the vast Westworld frontiers in search of justice and the ultimate truth behind Delos Destinations’ corporate motives. Westworld! Where the saloon girls are all 10’s and the rye whiskey is best served warm.

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Episode 1 The Original Review

Westworld Episode 1 The Original Review

“Why can’t the Westworld hosts kill humans? What’s the deal with milk and flies? Is that Soundgarden in the background? Is Dr. Ford a robot? What the hell is going on in the Westworld series debut?

You’ve got Westworld questions, and we’ve got Westworld answers. Hosts Roger Roper and Dick Ebert saddle up with their new sidekick, Gene Lyons, to explore the vast Westworld frontiers in search of justice and the ultimate truth behind Delos Destinations’ corporate motives.

Westworld! Where the saloon girls are all 10’s and the rye whiskey is best served warm. For $40,000 a day, we can all immerse ourselves in the lawlessness of the Old West. Westworld asks, how each of us would indulge our otherwise unspeakable appetites for senseless violence and transgressive sex, without moral scruple or legal consequence. The series is remarkably stark in its depiction of the cruelty underlying these appetites. All but vanished are the “shoot-out with a bandito” type scenarios of the campy 1973 movie. Instead, tourist’s regales in watching their artificial victims wriggle in the throes of death, only to want a souvenir photograph to take home. “Now, that’s what I call a vacation!.”


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Cast Preview & Series Predictions

Cast Preview & HBO Series Predictions


Having already booked their trip with Delos Destinations, Roger & Dick decided to review their trip manifest to meet the delightful and fascinating new friends they will surely encounter on the streets of Westworld. Although Roger is particularly excited to see the sights and spend some time antiquing… he will also undoubtedly enjoy the freedom to become who he’s always wanted to be. Free of rules, laws or judgment, and no impulse too taboo, he should blossom like the beautiful flower he has always been destined to become.

Westworld Characters and New Friends:
Anthony Hopkins, Dr Robert Ford, Ed Harris, The Man in Black, Evan Rachel Wood, Dolores Abernathy, James Marsden, Teddy Flood, Thandie Newton, Maeve Millay, Jeffrey Wright, Bernard Lowe, Tessa Thompson, Charlotte Hale, Jimmi Simpson, William, Rodrigo Santoro, Hector Escaton, Shannon Woodward, Elsie Hughes, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Armistice, Ben Barnes, Logan, Simon Quarterman, Lee Sizemore, Angela Sarafyan, Clementine Pennyfeather, Luke Hemsworth, Stubbs, Clifton Collins Jr, Lawrence, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Theresa Cullen, Mike Watson, Vivienne Taylor, Oliver Bell, Bradley Fisher, Mariposa Bartender, Louis Herthum, Peter Abernathy, James Landry Hébert, Slim Miller, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Tenderloin, Jamie Soricelli, Reveler.


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Movie Review 1973

Westworld Movie Review 1973


To help wet your whistle for the old west, we decided to cover the 1973 “Classic” Westworld movie; so put on your chaps and saddle up? it’s going to be a rough ride.

Roger Roeper & Dick Ebert will host a weekly podcast will cover Westworld the upcoming science fiction thriller television series created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy for HBO, based on the 1973 film of the same name, which was written and directed by American novelist Michael Crichton. Nolan serves as executive producer along with Joy, J. J. Abrams and Bryan Burk with Nolan directing the pilot. It is scheduled to premiere October 2, 2016.

Exotic, Exhilarating, Exclusive
Experience the first vacation destination where you can live without limits. Westworld is a meticulously crafted and artfully designed park offering an unparalleled, immersive world where you have the freedom to become who you’ve always wanted to be—or who you never knew you were. Exist free of rules, laws or judgment. No impulse is taboo. Our hosts are here to fulfill your every desire. They look forward to serving you.


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HBO Unleashes New Mature Trailer

Westworld’s New Mature Trailer
Over the weekend, the premium cable network shared a new mature trailer for Westworld, a new drama that features a world nearly as dynamic and complex as Westeros. You can watch it right here:


Based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 film of the same name, Westworld focuses on an AI uprising that threatens to wipe out humanity (although with a minimum of 10 episodes, the series should have much more time to explore the world and ask questions about what it means to be human).

There’s a great deal of buzz surrounding the show, partly because of the talent attached (Jonathan Nolan, J.J. Abrams, Lisa Joy) and partly because of the controversies surrounding the production, but nevertheless, Westworld is sure to keep us entertained when it premieres on HBO on October 2nd.


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