Musings of a Geek is back for one more week of fun! This week we start off with a review of the Monthly Mystery Box from Geek Fuel! After that, it's on to the topics! We discuss the Suicide Squad, Cumberbatch in the MCU, Hobbit movie woes, Joaquin Phoenix movies, Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, the CIA Torture report, the collapse of The Pirate Bay, Star Wars trailers, Peter Pan on NBC, and as always Questions From The Universe!
The HOBI gang celebrate episode number 50! The guys talk Chris Pratt abs along with unnecessary sequels ranging from Independence Day 2 to the Walking Dead. Jason reveals more Sony leaked e-mails and how clueless a studio can be with Spider-man even with a Spidey Summit! The guys outline what they would do to set the Spider-man franchise on the right track, including a new reality show and they still try to figure out how much it really costs to make a penguin movie! Jason gushes over the series finale of Sons of Anarchy while Blake discusses why he doesn’t play Pathfinder. The gang list their Top 5 most wanted Christmas gifts and Amy from Culture Babble makes a surprise guest appearance to help us celebrate episode number 50!
We’ve put the end of Series 8 and our 100th episode in our metaphorical rearview mirror, and we’re barreling toward “Last Christmas” and Series 9! Or, slowly starting to ramp up speculation, at any rate. So let us take you on a short ride, but it is sure to be elemental and iconic!
This week’s WhoTube is not a WhoTube at all. It is a VortexVimeo called “Doctor Express” made by our very own Matt! http://vimeo.com/34108234
Recording The Night Beard Show is as easy as pulling teeth, even when Brian is getting actual teeth pulled. It's better than getting drunk and tattooed while leaving the kids at home. Everything feels good and ripe for
making fun of until someone mentioned Chi Chis restaurant. From there, the Beards get sentimental and begin to wax nostalgic about unlimited hot salsa and bartenders who hated them. Once we headed down that road, not even a thorough examination of the grossest fast food seen 'round the world can repair the void left by the one great chain eatery. Leave it to a hearty disagreement about Captain America to bring it all back.
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In this edition of the Media Feed Podcast, we’re going to cover the 70s disco dance classic, Saturday Night Fever! Considering the subject matter and having never seen the movie, boy was I in for a surprise! We’ll also look into the origin and life cycle of Sega’s ill-fated add-on for the Genesis, the 32x. Crazy viewer theories, retro gaming memories and more await you in this episode! But first, as always, the news!
We're back! 'Hard 2 Swallow' brings the mayhem to a boil with giant chickens, arranged marriages, rodeos, robberies, anacondas and... milk? Jump back in the saddle for another joyous waste of your holiday break. recorded 12-13-2014 with Jay J. Bidwell, George Isley and Jon Posthuma featuring Lucas Miles
This Roast is headed back to the street as Joe aims to school you all as to what fighting is all about. He will speak exclusively about what's the latest happenings in the world of one-on-one fictional combat. From there, we five deep into the pool of comic book TV shows, both on the air and yet to be debuted. In Over / Under, we see which game controllers were recalled fondly and which could ruin any game. We also slither back into the 80's with Escape From New York by BOOM! in New #1's. We may not have 20 Eyes, but this episode might be cooler than a Misfits reunion.
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All month long we are taking a look back at the most popular episodes of 2014................
If the phrase, "may the force be with you," is strange and foreign to your ears; if the name Darth Vader doesn't immediately conjure the sound of heavy breathing to your brain; if you have to ask your friend what a Storm Trooper or a Wookie is, then you need to be taken to the back of the Millenium Falcon, and then beaten furiously with toy light sabers. For the rest of the civilized world–and we speak, of course, of those people who don't reside beneath a Death Star-sized boulder–those words and phrases can mean only one thing: Star Wars. With total franchise revenues upwards of $27 billion dollars, Star Wars is one of the biggest franchises of all time. So what does it take to create such a massive success? We'll give you a hint...a lot. How was it conceived? How did it change the world as we knew it? Which trilogy is better? What can we expect from the highly anticipated Episode VII? Join Dana Buckler and Jonathan Geneva as they embark on a two part retrospective of George Lucas' ground-breaking masterpiece. This week on How is this Movie?: Star Wars vs. Star Wars. follow us on Twitter @howisthismovie HITMpodcast.blogspot.com
We’ve all watched our fair share of kid stars over the years, in their beginnings, when they were a fresh face on TV, to their stepping into the movies, and later the flame-out and full on crash that happens to all kid stars….or do they? Well, episode 66 talks about those child stars that you really don’t hear about too much, or just didn’t realize were around that long, and are still kickin’ it. From Neil Patrick Harris, Natalie Portman and Wil Wheaton to even more that you may have not realized are doing rather well for themselves now, so with no further ado…Kid Stars – The Winners!
Tony and Bryan talk about kidney stones, technical difficulties, seeing The Swellers, comic books, CM Punk to the UFC, drone attack, HBO's standalone service, NFL picks, and more!
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