The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 155: Did You Just Say NegaDuck?

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 155: <em>Did You Just Say NegaDuck?</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss OLED lined planes, anti-phone phones, an infamous theory for The Walking Dead debunked, The Crow, Archie Comics live  action show, Static Shock, DC “multiverse,” Age of Ultron, Marvel’s full slate of films for Phase 3 and much more!

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 73: Master Chief: Sex Offender

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 73: <em>Master Chief: Sex Offender</em>

The team returns after the week off to discuss Master Chief, Jade Raymond leaving Ubisoft, whether Half-Life 3 could ever live up to the hype, Microsoft’s interesting reaction to being in second, GamerGate (ugh), and more!

Review: Dear White People

Review: <em>Dear White People</em>

Biting satirical racial films are rare these days in the so called post-racial-America that was spearheaded by the Obama presidency. Justin Simien’s debut film that he wrote, produced, and directed is a testament that America’s issues with race are far from over, but that’s not as much of the focus as one might glean from the title of the film alone. Dear White People is far more of a journey of self discovery in the modern age. Four Black students discovering who they truly are in midst of racial animosity, confusion, and eventual maturity.

Review: John Wick

Review: <em>John Wick</em>

“It’s not what you did, son, that angers me so. It’s who you did it to.”

John Wick is the leanest, meanest action movie to come around in a decade, and delivers the kind of cinematic delight that it is not to be missed. Keanu Reeves provides the title performance in this revenge-driven thriller, and nearly every frame of the film is gritty, visceral, and violent; exactly what action movie fans have been missing.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 154: Hypocritical Artisinal Nonsense

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 154: <em>Hypocritical Artisinal Nonsense</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss the Hoverboard, photoshopping images, Marvel Comics’ big plans in 2015, HBO going solo in 2015, Gambit solo movie, X-Men Apocalypse casting, Suicide Squad casting news, DC’s full slate of movies from 2016-2020 announced, The Flash casting, rumors on a possible cameo from Carrie Kelly, and much more.

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep35: Is This A Booty Call?

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep35: <em>Is This A Booty Call?</em>

This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and Abiola discuss a letter from a woman on whether or not an interaction she is having with a man should be considered a booty call. She always believes she is getting mixed signals from this man. Listen and find out what Jay and Abiola have to say about this.

Review: Fury

Review: <em>Fury</em>

Written and directed by David Ayer, Fury, tells the brutal story of a five American soldiers in the 2nd Armored Tank Division during the last month of the European Theater during World War II. Lead by their battle harden sergeant, Don “Wardaddy” Collier, the men fight against all odds while creating an unbreakable bond.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 153: Whose Side Are You On?

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 153: <em>Whose Side Are You On?</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back and ready to chat about all the big happenings from New York Comic Con! This week we discuss new WiFi speeds, space elevators, all of Marvel’s new comic book announcements, Bill & Ted 3, Ghostbusters 3 (heated discussion), Suicide Squad, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Daredevil, Marvel’s plans to adapt the infamous Civil War storyline in the MCU and much more.

Review: The Judge

Review: <em>The Judge</em>

The Judge is at its heart a simple film on a complex issue. On the surface the movie presents the classic movie trope of a ‘big city kid goes back home to his Midwestern roots.’ While that familiar trope is ever present the movie is more than it appears to be, but that isn’t always a good thing. In the case of The Judge there is good and bad that tends to seep through the cracks of the main narrative.