Review: The Boy Next Door

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The Boy Next Door is a simple film based on a simple premise. The one night stand turned stalker idea has been done before and this Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman lead film takes it on with a statutory rape twist. Dealing with the issues of an incredibly attractive teacher and a hot young student/neighbor is a recipe to get people in the seats but hardly makes for a film worth watching.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 165: No True Scotsman

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This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, Jay is FORCED to bring in two ringers to get through this show. Guesting from the Flawedcast Network is Andy and Stewart (A True Scotsman) to chat about Aquaman, Marvel comic universe reboot, ankle sex toys (shudders), Google teaming up with SpaceX, SNIFF, and much more.

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 82: Clown Storage

We’re back and this week we talk all about the Nintendo Direct event with special guest Rob.  Topics include the New 3DS XL (and why it doesn’t come packaged with a charger), Amiibos, Nintendo’s free-to-play game, Splatoon and more!

PREMIUM Airing of Grievances – Ep2: Male Unbonding

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Airing of Grievances episode 2, Male Unbonding, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode and using Seinfeld as the backdrop, discuss their lives, past experiences with asshole New Yorkers and “breaking up” with unwanted to male friend, and how to be a better liar.

PREMIUM Airing of Grievances – Ep1: The Seinfeld Chronicles

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Premier episode of Airing of Grievances in which Jay and Micah take a look at each Seinfeld episode break it down and relate it to there past life experiences. Episode one deals with understanding signals from women and sets the stage for the series as a whole. Original air date: July 5, 1989.

Black on Black Cinema Podcast: Ep51: Selma

This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys discuss the 2014 film, Selma, directed by Ava DuVernay. Selma tells the isolated story of the 1965 march from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery, Alabama for the purpose of protesting for the enforced rights of Black Americans to be able to vote. This plays as the background to a pivotal moment in the life of Martin Luther King Jr.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 164: Wrong Indian Guy!

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This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew discuss Justin Lin’s possible take on Star Trek, status of the Fantastic Four reboot, Oscar nominations, Razzie nominations, Suicide Squad, CBS’s plans for Supergirl, iZombie, Chappie, the latest trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron and much more.

Review: Blackhat

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Michael Mann’s latest international computer hacking adventure, Blackhat, pits Chris Hemsworth against an unknown enemy who doesn’t seem to be rooted in the traditional trappings of cyberterrorism. Teaming both Chinese and American investigative agencies, Mann takes us on an global ride using computer hacking as the backdrop for a modern day cat and mouse film.

Mouthful of Toast – Episode 9: No-Faf Zone

The MoT duo welcomes 2015 by taking a look at what’s new in the Winter season and thinking back fondly on some of our favorites from the 2014 Fall season. Tim gets pumped for Assassination Classroom, Carrie gets grizzly with Yuri Kuma Arashi, and both find the power of love with Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 81: What You People Want

The slowest news week in video game history was this past week. So what did we do? We found out what YOU people wanted! Plus find out what video game costs $100,000, the original plan for Commander Shepard, and more!