Just Will is still in Europe so we add Regular Special Guest and host of Sweatin' The Small Stuff, Brian Evans, to join us this week! Topics include: Tony Stark in Captain America 3, Barry Bonds, Zack Snyder films, Directors who adapt books, X-Men TV show, Lego Batman movie, Nicolas Cage, Dan's hatred of Angelina Jolie, HBO cuts the cable, Boardwalk Empire, Neilsen screw-ups, DCCU movie slates, Des discusses economics, and the New York City Comic Con!
Our favorite days here at the network are the days where we get to announce a new member to the family and today is one of those days! Musings of a Geek would like to welcome The Bearded Ones podcast to the network! The Bearded Ones is a comedy podcast hosted by Evan Harris and Jason Underwood where they talk their craft, science, pop culture, and anything else that enters their heads!
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Jason talks with Caroline Davis on location in Lubbock, TX. Jason opens with Halloween memories. Then they talk about adjusting to grad school. What it means when you want to save certain insects over others. Jason learns that he is, once again, mispronouncing another word. And they close with Jason and Caroline's favorite game.
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Matt and John welcome Matt Tamanini – chief TV and Film critic for BroadwayWorld.com – to talk theater, movies, and the fall television season. Mr. Tamanini shares his thoughts on the new Birdman film, along with some kind words for Michael Keaton. The guys explore the trend of A-list stars making their way back to the stage, and the reasons why actors like Bradley Cooper and Tom Hanks are making waves in the theater world. Plus, the shows you should watch out for on the small screen, Matt C’s turbulent Indiana stories, CATS, and who had the worst week? That’ll Play!
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Join Dana as he faces his biggest fear and talks about the films that kept him up late at night for years!
Join Michael for part 2 of the epic 2 part Rose City Comic Con Special! Its day 2 of the con and Michael is joined at the table by Mike Wilson, the artist on Curse of the Vessel. They have a long talk about their secret origins, Wolverine, Watchmen and comics in general. Then Michael is besieged by hitchhikers and a The Fog! Catch the fever!
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We all know it’s coming, the Zombie Apocalypse, and where to better get ready for it than to watch George Romero’s 1978 “Dawn of the Dead”! Yep, he’ll tell you what you need to know in order to knock off those zombies, clear out the mall and make yourself an island of sanity surrounded by the ocean of undead. That is, until ennui sneaks in, and you find yourself falling into the trap of complacency…and then the biker gang shows up, tears down your defenses and then…..PIE FIGHT!
Left Field Sports Lounge - MSU is #1, Crazy Weather, NFL Week 6 Review, MLB Postseason Status, and Top 5 Athletes Turned Actors
This week, we check up on everyone after bad weather sweeps through. We then celebrate Mississippi State being ranked #1. Next, we comment on the MLB Postseason, NFL week 6, and feature the return of Perry's Point! We also introduce a new weekly topic fit for geeks. Finally, we finish up with our weekly top 5 which covers our top 5 athletes turned actors. Check it out for some laughs!
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Holy Crap!! Over 4 hours with Grant from 7 Days A geek... Most fun ever! Please listen.... #awesome #humbled
This podcast was recorded the day that Alien Isolation was released (a recent game based more on the look and feel of the first of the Alien movies – Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece Alien). In celebration, we decided to cover some of the Alien games that have been released over the years, and boy there are a lot! As for the Attic this week, we watched the 1977 Disney musical Pete’s Dragon – so we’ll be giving some insight into that movie and how well it does (or doesn’t) hold up. But before we dive into all of that, we’ll start with the news.