The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 162: Jack on Black Cinema

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 162: <em>Jack on Black Cinema</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew discuss the new naval laser weapon, identity theft in real life, DC’s mini relaunch, Batgirl transgender controversy, Bitch Planet, Axis Carnage, the Sony hack, Super Mario animated movie, Jump Street/Men in Black crossover, Django/Zorro crossover, Spider-Man going the MCU and other information on the Sony leaks and much more.

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep38: Toxic Relationship

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep38: <em>Toxic Relationship</em>

This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and Abiola discuss a letter from a woman who seems to be in a no win relationship with her husband. Issues of trust, respect, and getting along with family members are looming large. Check out what Jay and Abiola have to say about this.

Review: Top Five

Review: <em>Top Five</em>They say three times a charm, and that could not be more accurate for famed comedian, Chris Rock, and his directorial experiences. After two mildly successful comedic films, he hits back after a seven year hiatus with Top Five. Rock has clearly picked up some tricks of the directing trade during his time off and it shows. Here he adds a level of maturity to his direction style, but was still able to keep that edge that we have come to admire about his comedy with no compromises in the end product.

Review: Exodus: Gods and Kings

Review: <em>Exodus: Gods and Kings</em>

Ridley Scott’s take on the famous biblical story of Moses is an attempt at bringing stories of old into the mainstream audience’s purview. Known for such prolific period pieces as Kingdom of Heaven and Gladiator, Scott fails to impress here on just about every level.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 161: You Like Garbage

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 161: <em>You Like Garbage</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss buttering your bread via machine, keeping your boys warm for odd reasons, Dr. Strange casting confirmation, Deadpool live action film ideas, Aquaman to be in 4 DC movies at least, Syfy network’s upcoming Krypton show, Robin Hood film franchise, Teen Titans, and much more.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 160: Britain’s Greatest Villain

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 160: <em>Britains Greatest Villain</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss ambulatory options in The Netherlands, Gameboy upgrades, more Ultron comics, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 news, Kickboxer remake, House of Cards season 3, Fantastic Four official synopsis, Independence Day sequel, Suicide Squad official casting, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and much more.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 159: Filthy Drunk Liar

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 159: <em>Filthy Drunk Liar</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast we discuss the disposable batteries, Howard the Duck, Wonder Woman film gets a director, X-Men franchise gets their Apocalypse, Constantine season 2 possibilities, Movies being turned into TV shows, Star Wars spin-off movie thoughts, Jurassic World and much more!

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep37: First Love, Last Chance

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep37: <em>First Love, Last Chance</em>

This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and Abiola discuss a letter from a woman on who is married but also pursued a relationship with her “first love” and is working to mend the breach in her current marriage. Jay and Abiola discuss how to go about this and how to truly move on from her “first love.”

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 76: Blood Sport

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 76: <em>Blood Sport</em>

Brad makes his return to the show as me and Micah dish on Dragon Age Inquisition! The crew also discusses incredibly discounted PS4s at Wal-Mart, Call of Duty’s major milestone, the relevance of the VGA’s, the new Arkham Knight trailer, and the greatest FPS peripherals ever invented!

Review: The Theory of Everything

Review: <em>The Theory of Everything</em>

The lives of world famous physicist Stephen Hawkings and his wife, Jane Wilde, are ones of struggle, triumph, and astounding complexity. The Theory of Everything captures those aspects with incredible cinematic flair and grace. James Marsh directs Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones as the dynamic couple as they weather the storms of disability while simultaneously reaching new heights.