That’s a Little Crass – Ep190 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast

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This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew discuss an odd photography “technology,” an upcoming superhero themed HBO show, Wonder Woman casting news, The Punisher in Daredevil season 2, Star Wars live action shows, Married with Children spinoff show, Fox Studios Gambit turmoil and much more.

Review: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

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We are currently living in a new age of action/adventure films. James Bond, Fast and Furious and many comic book movies have reached a new level. However there is one series spanning just short of two decades that has proven to be more and more entertaining with each new release. This series stars one of Hollywood’s biggest names. An actor whose career has had many ups and downs yet continues to push the envelope by performing his own stunts and learning new tactics for this very series.

Mouthful of Toast – Episode 22: “Jizz Patronus”

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Carrie, Tim and Nathan take on the wide-reaching topic of “shonen anime” on this week’s episode, which also gives a first impression of Dragon Ball Super! The toast hosts also look at the latest news and notes, and beg Naruto fans the world over to just give poor Kishimoto a break already.

Our GenCon 2015 Preview and Twilight Struggle Review – Episode 6 – The Tabletop for Two Podcast

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Jam-packed episode this week as we talk about the games coming to GenCon 2015 that we’re most excited about. Not only that, but we also do our first review as we look at 2-player staple Twilight Struggle!

Everything or Nothing – Episode 107 – Dense Pixels Podcast

largeThis week we talk about the latest Wii U embarrassment, how a rock-hard erection can help you in video games, Microsoft getting their just desserts, the ethnic identification of our names, the worst Bond theme song in existence, and more!

Review: Vacation

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A planned family vacation turned into a series of unfortunate events for the Griswold family in National Lampoon’s Vacation, the latest installment of the franchise’s Vacation series. After finding out his family is tired of visiting the same old cabin each summer, Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms) decides they need to spend quality time together and convinces them to take a cross country road trip to the theme park Walley World, a favorite destination from Rusty’s childhood, before it closes permanently.

PREMIUM Airing of Grievances – Ep24: The Parking Garage

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Airing of Grievances episode 24, The Parking Garage, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer lose track of where they parked and get stuck trying to find their car in a mall parking garage. The two hosts also discuss girl fight, giving free rides to strangers, and much more.

Look Forward Podcast – Week of July 24th, 2015

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FULL FREE EPISODE: This week on Look Forward, Jay is joined by Terrence, Mirah, and T’ara to discuss the third and final segment of the “Liberal professor afraid of his liberal students” article. They also discuss the #BlackLivesMatter movement protest/implications, and Donald Trump’s lead of the GOP field.

Stephen Hawking’s Timberland Boots – Ep189 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast

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This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss the search for aliens, classic comic book story arcs in need of an adaptation, Emoji movie, Xena reboot, John Wick 2, X-men/Fantastic Four crossover and much more.

Review: Southpaw

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Fresh off his amazing performance in Nightcrawler, Jake Gyllenhaal teams up with director Antoine Fuqua for the boxing drama film, Southpaw. When a world champion boxer loses everything he must learn to change his outlook and rebuild himself from the ground up. Sports redemption stories normally follow a pretty simple pattern and this one is no different, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.