It's here! Castranger #200! This was recorded over two evenings. Part 1 features Ichi, Lane and Emily discussing this week's episodes, including the debut of Kamen Rider MadRogue who manages to save the Earth, and it becomes clear just how dense and socially awkward Keiichiro is. Then we move on to what you've been waiting for: we gather as many Casters as we can fit into a room, including a new face, Connie, aka Moon Caster, and give you a Castranger version of the movie you all know and hate-love, jam packed with brutal teardowns of all of its plotholes. We recommend you watch the YouTube version for that!
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The Core Four are here for more! This week we discuss Banjo embracing his destiny, Umika and Tsukasa's spooky day off, and how Utsumi subjects Build to some Hellish experiments in the 2nd and 3rd episodes of the Best Matches specials.
Three Little Casters do something vageuly resembling assemblage as they discuss this week's episodes. Ichi gushes over the debut of Kamen Rider Evol while Gentoku ripens his redemption arc, we discuss The Adventures of Tooma And That Kid Who Tried To Be The Gold Time Force Ranger, and now that we're done with Metal April, it's time to catch up on Build spinoffs, so we discuss the shockingly good KumaTelevi VS Grease special.
The three Castilieros continue their quest to review all the things, like no one ever was, while Lane is off avenging things. On this week's Build, we discuss Banjo discovering his true identity by way of punching Blood Stark in the face. A raised eyebrow at this week's Patranger would be an understatement, as things like "genderswap," "fetish," and "bad touch" would not be inaccurate descriptors of this week's escapade. Finally, to round out Metal April, we discuss the movie that dared stick its robotdik into Kamen Rider Gaim. Can switching it off and back on again really save the intrepid attempts of this young Toku-nocchio from mediocrity?
The Three Castilieros are here one year after the debut of Power Rangers 2017 to see if the film holds up a year later after the hype. But first, we discuss how Banjo plays himself offstage and Sento boings his way onto stage debuting RabbitRabbit Form, and on Lupinranger... er, Patranger, er... Sentai, Keiichiro steps up to make up for getting shitstomped last week.
The FourCasters remain united once again as Precurary pushes forward. First off, instead of Build episode 22, we snuck in the Best Matches special since that is not only canon but happens before episode 22. Next, we discuss the debut of what will no doubt eventually divide Castranger into Civil War - Lupinranger VS Patranger! Who's on which side? Finally, for week 3 of Precurary, it's time for us to discuss Precure's take on a teamup movie as a little girl struggles to tame her Digimon.
Our good friend Blaze and our new friend Thespian join the Core Four for another week of laughing at people in spandex and armor. Ichi gushes over the debut of the Hazard Smashes, Don Armage finds a realy good jacket, and rounding out JanKyuary, we talk about Episode of Singer. You heard me.
Red, Dream, and the newly debuted Indigo Caster stop in for half of this week's episode as we wrap up both Dekacember III and Castranger for 2017. We discuss the debut of RabbitTankSparkling in an amazing dramatic episode of Build, meanwhile Kyuranger this week, while not filler, is oddly devoid of anything really happening aside from *gasp* Lucky's dad is back and evil again! Finally, we discuss Gavan VS Dekaranger, aka Geki Angrily Yanks Jasmine Across The Galaxy While Mad Gallant Is Awesome, The Movie.
PLEASE NOTE: Radio Sentai Castranger will be taking a two-week break!! Our next regular episodes will be January 7/8! Thank you all for another amazing year!!
The Three Little Casters begrudgingly uphold the second week of Dekacember III. First off, we discuss the debut of Build OctopusLight Form as we finally shed light on the confirmation of what we knew all along: Blood Stark's identity. Does Blue Caster have some 'splaining to do? In stark contrast, we have the Kyurangers... playing baseball?! At least it's not soccer. Finally, our feature topic of the week is the all-girls reboot of Death Game Park featuring Birdgirl.
Ichi, Lane, Overkill, and Blaze remain something resembling assembled this week, as Yellow, Dream, and Red Casters are off exploring their own plot threads. This week we discuss the debut of Kamen Rider Clothes, How Commander Shou Got His Groove Back (Again), and for a change of pace, the Kamen Rider Mach audio drama, wherein the fandom's shipping is literally confirmed.