This week on ‘Look Forward,’ Jay and Rob discuss the announcement of Ted Cruz’s run for the presidency, Wisconsin Voter ID laws, Minnesota’s universal Pre-K program, Florida’s Rick Scott and his fight against words, Religious Freedom Bill in Indiana and its implications, UN given real power to help with Palestinian state, and more stories in “This Week in Wackadoo Politics”
Unlucky Episode 13 is here with Carrie, Tim, and guest toast host Marisol unleashing a stampede of news and opinions! The team takes a beary close look at Yurikuma Arashi and discusses their favorite animal anime.
A movie with a title like ‘Get Hard’ is clearly aiming at two different demographics for very different reasons. The film works to make one crowd as uncomfortable as possible and another joyful in its crudeness. On these two objectives the film works pretty much as intended. Starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart as unlikely friends from polar opposite walks of life, Get Hard is a by the numbers comedy with a flair for the offensive; in a good way.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew discuss the 1991 urban crime classic, Boyz N the Hood. Taking place during the Reagan era, the film follows friends from kids to young adults in one of the United States roughest areas. With crime, violence, and drugs playing a central role in the tumultuous lives of the subjects and their life paths.
The Dense Pixels crew is back in full force! This week we discuss your underrated games and a lot of Mortal Kombat X talk. Later, Nintendo news, and we chat on whether we believe Hideo Kojima is really leaving Konami and what the hell Master Chief looks like.
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss flying cars, more streaming TV services, the shower apron, the Batgirl #41 variant cover controversy, female comic book hero’s new costume designs, Suicide Squad, Tulip O’Hara cast for Preacher, Attack on Titan live action first look, Scarface remake, and much more.