This episode it’s just Pam and Riley talking about what we’ve been up to and answering some listener questions. We share some unpopular opinions about some of the most loved games from last year, and talk about food a lot.
Tagged with “movie” (23)
We invited Katherine Cross to the podcast to chat about sci-fi TV series, Black Mirror. We talk about the best episodes (and why they’re the best), Katherine’s article about the episode named "USS Callister", toxic fans and why we need optimistic media now.
So long, and thanks for all the pandas.
Welcome back to “Inconceivable!”, the show that tests two teams’ knowledge of the nerdy, the useless, and the obscure.
In our latest episode, our panelists are challenged to remember the dying words of memorable characters, try to figure out which heroes we are unjustly maligning, and then play a round of TV and movie mashups…with a fresh twist. Liz Myles, Tony Sindelar, and Kathy Campbell take on Glenn Fleishman, Aleen Simms, and Jason Snell while Dan Moren and Lex Friedman attempt to (mostly successfully?) keep the peace.
May the 4th be with you! We are joined this week by special guest Emily Blake to talk about Rogue One: A Star Wars Story!
It’s our 50th episode, just in time for ISPs to start selling our secrets, which has Steve photoshopping Hearthstone wins, Bri scrubbing Switch searches from her Amazon account, Mikah putting faith in snow ninjas, and Georgia literally hiding in a closet.
In which we gear up for the Nerf War on Christmas.
We invited our friend AppeCiderWitch back to chat about her latest article, Gaming Without Nostalgia. We chat about what it’s like to not have that connection to the ‘classics’ and feeling like an outsider.
With Mikah off fighting crime, Bri debates between Soylent and buffalo wings to fuel her No Man’s Sky marathon, Snapchat’s latest terrible decision validates Steve’s refusal to sign up, and Georgia solves all the world’s problems.
A Cyborg Dolphin
Our Rocket Surgery series returns to the heady days of the ’90s, home of questionable cyberpunk movies, to watch Keanu Reeves in “Johnny Mnemonic.” How can a movie written by the godfather of cyberpunk, William Gibson, be such a disaster? We’ll fax you the answer.
1 hour, 18 minutes
with Monty Ashley, Joe Rosensteel and David J. Loehr
Subscribe to Feed
Casper: Obsessively engineered space-age mattresses, shipped to your door with a 100-day free return policy.
Show Notes & Links
Membership & Support
About this show
Comic Book Club
Old Movie Club
A Cyborg Dolphin
Our Rocket Surgery series returns to the heady days of the ’90s, home of questionable cyberpunk movies, to watch Keanu Reeves in "Johnny Mnemonic." How can a movie written by the godfather of cyberpunk, William Gibson, be such a disaster? We’ll fax you the answer.
Page 1 of 3Older