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.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 158: Fantastically Mediocre

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 158: <em>Fantastically Mediocre</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew returns to talk about the comet landing, net neutrality, Superior Iron Man, Luther remake, The Running Man sequel, Daniel Bruhl, the Fantastic Four supposed plot and much more.

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 75: King Etes

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 75: <em>King Etes</em>

Dense Pixels returns after a week off to finally talk about some games!  Topics covered: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Dragon Age: Inquisition and more! Plus Playstation Vue, The Majora’s Mask remake, and the next Mass Effect game gets a writer.  Later, we give our take on the Ubisoft embargo situation.

FX Prepping From Hell Television Show

FX Prepping <em>From Hell</em> Television Show

The folks over at Fox (specifically FX) are giving another go at the adapting Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s Jack the Ripper graphic novel, From Hell. While it was the basis for the 2001 movie starring Johnny Depp, the film was largerly ignored due to its release date so close to 9/11. This time however, Fox is looking to make a television adaptation. Long form story telling has become quite popular again and the time seems to be right to take on the 572 page horror/conspiracy classic story.

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep36: Is He Ready to Get Married?

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep36: <em>Is He Ready to Get Married?</em>

This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and Abiola discuss a letter from a woman on whether her fiancee, newly out of prison, is truly as ready for marriage as he says he is. Listen and find out what Jay and Abiola have to say about this.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 157: The President was Definitely Black!

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 157: <em>The President was Definitely Black!</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew returns to talk about Amazon Echo, solar bike roads, Marvel’s ‘Secret Wars’ plans, Evil Dead TV series, new Dr. Doom origin in the upcoming Fantastic Four movie, Joker/Harley/Deadshot casting talk, the dumbest Spider-man universe movie idea of all time, and much more.

No Time To Bleed – Ep9: Fist of the North Star

No Time To Bleed   Ep9: <em>Fist of the North Star</em>

The crew is back for another special monthly episode of ‘No Time To Bleed.’ This time the crew returns with the 1986 animated film, ‘Fist of the North Star.’ During a post apocalyptic time a man named Ken is betrayed by his best friend and his brothers. Ken goes on a journey of revenge and to get back the woman he loves…ALSO EVERYTHING IS INSANE!!!

Review: Big Hero 6

Review: <em>Big Hero 6</em>

When Disney acquired Marvel, fans imagined insane crossover (like Donald Duck fighting Wolverine) and all kinds of meddling from executives, but Disney surprised everyone by announcing an animated revamp to a mostly neglected Marvel property. Big Hero 6 takes a few core ideas from the source material and weaves them into a kid-friendly, heartwarming adventure with a diverse cast of characters. Directors Don Hall and Chris Williams take us to San Fransokyo, a strange amalgamation of Californian and Japanese culture, and deliver fast-paced superhero action and lots of laughs.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 156: I Was Voted Most Bitch

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 156: <em>I Was Voted Most Bitch</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss repair spines with olfactory nose cells, bad kickstarter ideas, Spider-Man possibly growing up, 90s X-Men are making a comeback, possible DC Comics reboot…again, Limitless TV, Deadpool movie update, Gambit solo movie, Supergirl TV show character descriptions, Chappie, Furious 7, and much more!

Black on Black Cinema Podcast: Ep47: Dear White People

Black on Black Cinema Podcast: Ep47: <em>Dear White People</em>

This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew discuss the newly released 2014 racial satire, Dear White People. Directed, written, and produced by newcomer Justin Simien. Dear White People tells the story of 4 Black college students and their different journeys of self discovery in the minefield that college. Negotiating what it means to be an adult, Black, and an individual is the focus of their paths. You can also read Jay’s written review of the film here.