Bloody Action in Bed Bath and Beyond – Ep236 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast


This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss Stranger Things on Netflix, Jack talks in depth about Ghostbusters, same sex parents represented on Nickelodeon, Star Trek 4, additions to the CW DC universe, Indiana Jones movie universe, and more.

Review: Star Trek Beyond


With his most recent production set in the oeuvre of the Star Trek universe, Star Trek Beyond, J.J. Abrams hands the keys to the franchise off to new director Justin Lin (the action-driven pop director of hits like The Fast and The Furious) as well as new writing team Doug Jung and cast member Simon Pegg

Felix Go-to-Hell-berg – Episode 152 – Dense Pixels Podcast


On this week’s episode we discuss ACTUAL ethics in gaming journalism, breakdown what we saw from EVO 2016, find out how Capcom managed to screw up the biggest Street Fighter weekend of the year, suffer through more Pokemon GO stories, and much more!

Ashy Ketchum – Episode 151 – Dense Pixels Podcast

This week we talk the new mobile craze that’s sweeping the nation! You get our very unique review of Pokemon GO along with our thoughts on a Battlefield TV show, why Batman is the hardest video game in history to develop, where Micah draws the line with platformers, and much more!

Because REASONS – Ep235 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast


This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew returns to discuss sound dampeners, return of famed Marvel comic heroes, DC’s relaunch of beloved series with a new version of the hero, first look at live action Kid Flash, updates on Gambit and The New Mutants, a Pokemon movie, and much more.

Jack’s Review: Ghostbusters


Let’s get this out of the way right off the jump: the new Ghostbusters is not very good. And that may be the most dangerous opinion I’ve ever had about a movie.

At this point, it seems completely impossible to have an intelligent discussion about the film due to the controversy it has generated. Director Paul Feig’s decision to go with an all-female team this time around was polarizing, immediately causing backlash from fans of the original films. It was also a decision ripe for internet trolling. Thanks to a brigade of idiotic, mouth-breathing women haters spewing their misogynistic crap opinions all over Twitter and YouTube, Ghostbusters 2016 has become the focal point for an online political war over the status of women in film, comedy, and society.

Carrie’s Review: Ghostbusters


I don’t think that the new Ghostbusters film is masterpiece cinema. But I think I liked it more than Jack did. I know this, because we saw the movie together, and he told me so.

So, let’s look at the plot. The four titular ‘busters are the bookish Dr. Erin Gilbert (Kristen Wiig) and her childhood friend Dr. Abby Yates (Melissa McCarthy), who authored a book together on paranormal activity, who are joined by the eccentric Dr. Jillian Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon) and the street-smart Patty Tolan (Leslie Jones). Their receptionist is the tall, blonde, very-dim-but-very-handsome Kevin Beckman (Chris Hemsworth).

Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop – Ep234 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast


This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew returns to discuss the ozone layer, refrigerators, a new Iron Man, D-list comic book heroes, Midnighter and Apollo, Justice League casting, Arrow character changes, The Warriors TV show, Supergirl’s return on The CW, potential Ghost Rider rumor, and much more.

Black Card Revoked – Episode 150 – Dense Pixels Podcast

This week Brad and Terrence (and eventually Micah) discuss the next way Blizzard is going after Overwatch cheaters, Micah’s thoughts on the SFV story mode, Brad’s new favorite card game, and much more!

PREMIUM Airing of Grievances – Ep52: The Movie


Airing of Grievances episode 52, The Movie, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where the 4 characters are trying desperately to see the movie “Checkmate” but can’t seem to be all in one place at the same time. The hosts also discuss their movie going habits and much more.