Review: Fury

Review: <em>Fury</em>

Written and directed by David Ayer, Fury, tells the brutal story of a five American soldiers in the 2nd Armored Tank Division during the last month of the European Theater during World War II. Lead by their battle harden sergeant, Don “Wardaddy” Collier, the men fight against all odds while creating an unbreakable bond.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 153: Whose Side Are You On?

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 153: <em>Whose Side Are You On?</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back and ready to chat about all the big happenings from New York Comic Con! This week we discuss new WiFi speeds, space elevators, all of Marvel’s new comic book announcements, Bill & Ted 3, Ghostbusters 3 (heated discussion), Suicide Squad, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Daredevil, Marvel’s plans to adapt the infamous Civil War storyline in the MCU and much more.

Review: The Judge

Review: <em>The Judge</em>

The Judge is at its heart a simple film on a complex issue. On the surface the movie presents the classic movie trope of a ‘big city kid goes back home to his Midwestern roots.’ While that familiar trope is ever present the movie is more than it appears to be, but that isn’t always a good thing. In the case of The Judge there is good and bad that tends to seep through the cracks of the main narrative.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 152: The Other Cold War

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 152: <em>The Other Cold War</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss some regenerative technology, new tech for sex, Fantastic Four comic ending, Deadpool, X-Men, Mystique, Baywatch, Iron Man 4, and the big news about everyone’s neighborhood Spider-Man.

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 71: Fried Chicken Soup

Dense Pixels Podcast – Episode 71: <em>Fried Chicken Soup</em>

The Dense Pixels podcast is back with another new episode!  Brad is out today and sitting in for him again is Jay. This week we read a few funny 5 star iTunes reviews for our NHL giveaway, talk about the idea of a real Holodeck, diversity, and a kid who spent $46,000 on a free-to-play game.

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep33: Dazed & Confused but Grown

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep33: <em>Dazed & Confused but Grown</em>

This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and Abiola discuss a letter from a woman who is confused as to whether she should stay or move on from a guy who is still in the “building” point in his life. Due to family obligations, the man is financially tied down and limited, while she is not and is considering moving on. Take a listen to what Jay and Abiola have to say about it.

Review: Left Behind

Review: <em>Left Behind</em>

Have you ever been stuck on a plane where you can’t get off the thing for what seems like an eternity? You’re stuck staring at the same angry and bored faces forever and ever as you wait to be allowed off this god forsaken ride. That’s the 2014 version of Left Behind. It makes you spend far too much time with a litany of people you have no interest in knowing yet by the end of it you are forced to hear the most unfortunate aspects of their lives all the while wondering how your friend sleeps through it all. The friend in this scenario is Nic Cage phoning in his entire performance.

Review: Gone Girl

Review: <em>Gone Girl</em>

From the very beginning David Fincher’s latest film provokes the viewer to ponder and constantly guess what comes next. Based on the novel of the same name by Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl is a mystery thriller with all the right components to make it one of Fincher’s best to date. A dark and stylish film with plenty of twists and turns that never seem to slow down until the credits roll.