Douche Canoe Ablaze – Ep232 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast


This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss the latest episode of Game of Thrones, a horrible scientific “breakthrough,” Mark Millar attempting tell a story about a young Black woman from America, tons Spider-Man: Homecoming casting, Power Rangers casting, Rogue One cameo, Universal monster movie updates, The Flash season 3 information, big news from Justice League set and much more.

Mouthful of Toast – Episode 45: “My Toasty Academia”


Justin and Carrie have fought through their colds to bring you a fresh slice, featuring their impressions of My Hero Academia! The Toast Hosts also look at the Listener Choice, The Lost Village, plus give a run-down of the latest news – including a ton of live-action news!

PREMIUM: No Time To Bleed – Ep20: Hard Target


This month’s episode of No Time to Bleed is all about the Jean Claude Van Damme action film, Hard Target. A movie that takes place in New Orleans and follows Van Damme as he is being hunted by a ring of extremely wealthy people who hunt poor veterans with combat experience for sport. Come for the action and ridiculous dialogue, stay for the mullet and Wilford Brimley!!!

Review: Central Intelligence


Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson star in the somewhat funny yet ultimately forgettable comedy Central Intelligence.  The film begins with a Calvin Joyner, the most popular kid in school, sticks up for the overweight and overly-bullied Robbie Weirdicht after Robbie is publicly shamed in front of the entire school.  Fast forward 20 years and we find that Calvin who, while doing well for himself, has a mundane job and feels as if he has peaked in high school.

Review: Finding Dory


Pixar is one of those studio behemoths that have ingrained their standard of quality into the general viewing public, largely due to not only their stellar and revolutionary animation practices, but also due to the basic tenet of any good intellectual property: a well-crafted and engaging story. This is the sort of thing that has time and again separated Pixar from the standard children’s fare, why parents are constantly surprised that they enjoyed the movie as much as their little ones did.

Jesus better than Dazzler – Ep231 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast


This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew discuss The Lobster, London has Fallen, M.A.S.K., DC’s Rebirth comics, casting for American Gods, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Curb your enthusiasm, Oceans’ Eight, Transformers: The Last Knight, Passion of the Christ sequel and more.

The E3 2016 Supershow Extravaganza! – Episode 148 – Dense Pixels Podcast


This week is E3, so you know we have to sit down and talk about the press events from the week. Rob joins the crew to find out who knocked it out of the park this year, what games we’re looking forward to, and which reveals left us feeling let down

The Mack: Black on Black Cinema Podcast Ep84

This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys discuss the 1973 blaxploitation film, The Mack. Starring Max Julien as Goldie, a petty thief newly released from prison who decides to enter the pimping game. He has aspirations of being the greatest pimp to ever live. There is also a split between the minds of Black America at the time represented by Goldie and his brother Olinga, a man on a mission to clean up his neighborhood and make a way for Black people inside White America.

No Costume Required – Ep230 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast

jav6JLfThis week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew discuss possible breakthroughs in cancer research, Mr. Robot, lingerie tech, Black Panther, Ocean’s 11 reboot, Friday the 13th reboot, Ghost Rider, Pacific Rim 2, Jeff Goldblum, and much more.

Review: The Conjuring 2


When I go to a movie theater to see a horror movie I go because I want to legitimately be scared. Unfortunately that has not been the case in an incredibly long time. Time and time again I go in with high hopes, only to be bored out of my mind midway through the movie. Does the Conjuring 2 finally get it right this time or does it fall into the category of just being another jump-scare fest? Well yes and no…