Tyler Todd and the gang talk about the oscars, stripers, and Fassbender gift to the world. Clint even chimes in all the way from the west coast on his oscar picks.
In this episode we talk Bravely Default, Last Of Us:left Behind, The walking dead season 2, tomb raider and The Lego Movie!
For Clint's last show as host, the nerds assemble to chat about their favorite movie scenes of the year.
Join the Unholy Trinity as they play catch-up on all the movies of the holiday season. In the spotlight this week is The Hobbit, Oldboy, Man of Tai Chi, Homefront, Inside Llewyn Davis, Catching Fire and 12 Years A Slave.
The boys announce some big changes coming up with the show, then bring their favorite holiday B movie "Christmas Rush" starring Dean Cain into the spotlight.
In this episode we team up with Matt and Ryan from GameStitch.com to take on all things PS4. From what comes in the box, to what launch titles we are playing, we've got you covered for everything you need to know about Sony's new console. Be sure to check out more of from GameStitch here.
Thank you, Delivery Man. Thank you for beating out R.I.P.D. and 12 Years A Slave for
worst comedy of the year. Thank you for allowing me to witness you at a free
advanced screening instead of a normal paid viewing. Thank you for being the laziest
comedy you possibly could.
The Unholy Trinity join forces with Lee and Whitney to take on Thor: The Dark World, Agents of Shield, and the Marvel Netflix Deal.
The boys get together to preview Captain America, Bad Grandpa, and discuss country music (And music in general) from the perspective of touring musicians and songwriters.
In this episode we talk with Mike Kennedy about his Kickstarter that he has for Retro Magazine. Later in the show, as we gear up for the next-gen consoles, Lee and Whitney are joined by a couple new guests to count down some of our favorite game series that came out of this console cycle.
Contribute to the Retro Kickstarter here.
Ever wonder what happened to the geeks that didnt go to the Ewen High School Prom? Gideous McClintock interviews the survivors of the Carrie Massacre.
It's Halloween and Tim Tebow can't throw. Trick or Treat!
In this episode we discuss two videogames, Pokemon X/Y and Beyond: Two Souls. We also have a contest where you can win a Pokemon swag package!
The Unholy Trinity kick off their new shitty threequel series with the deliciously awful Child's Play 3... just in time for Halloween.
Dont miss out on the 2013 NYCC Walking Dead Panel. Featuring Robert Kirkman, Scott Gimple, Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Norman Reedus, Chad Coleman, and Gale Anne Hurd.
This episode is dedicated to the awesomeness that is GTA V. Segments include Graphics/Environment, Story, and Gameplay.
There’s a disturbing trend going on with Hollywood right now. Endings that are open to interpretation. After seeing another one at the end of Prisoners I decided enough was enough. I needed to watch a movie where there was no chance of a non-definitive ending. And then, my roommate asked if I wanted to see the Metallica movie.
Prisoners is a bit of a coming out party. It’s the American debut of French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve and the first original script by Aaron Guzikowski (Contraband) and what an auspicious debut it is with a gritty thriller about kidnapped children and torture. I’ve done my best to keep this spoiler free even though I am DYING to tell people what happens.
In this episode we team up with the Sister Wives over at Attention Whores to give our candid opinions on quite possibly the worst series finale ever. Did you have a less bitter feeling towards the conclusion of Dexter? Let us know what you think in the comments.