Join your hosts as they dive into a multitude of geeky topics. We pay tribute to the man without whom there would be no Metal Geeks podcast, legendary Houston DJ and friend, Bill Bates. We also lighten up the mood with some fun discussions about The Witch movie, how Deadpool
Open the Pod Bay Door, Cal. Agents of 22.214.171.124. (SPOILERS: If you haven’t watched Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. since the seasonal break, don’t read this.) Let me start by saying how awesome Kyle MacLachlan is at being batshit insane. I’d previously only seen him play subdued, with the exception of some
I could go into more detail but who hasn’t? Just thinking about Whedon just now. I like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but it could have been better. It got better, no doubt, but it took its sweet time about it. I think if it wasn’t a Joss Whedon production, it wouldn’t
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” was one of the most anticipated new shows premiering last fall, a concept that appeared to be full of potential. However, after the first several episodes, many fans seemed to agree the show hadn’t quite lived up to the hopes
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz It’s somewhat ironic: Marvel seems to have had more success, overall, bringing its superheroes to the big screen than rival DC Comics, but DC Comics is king of the small screen. Its latest TV show “Arrow,” about vigilante archer Oliver Queen, just keeps getting
We are being watched. Good thing Earth Station One is an audio podcast! Mike, Mike, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, and Jack Kammerer Jr. take on The Machine and all the characters it surveys. We also have our own Fangasm when Molly McIsaac spends some time in The Geek Seat.
Next week, the ESO crew becomes a Person of Interest as they investigate rumors of a mysterious machine that spies on us every hour of every day. Hunted by the authorities, we work in secret. You’ll never find us, but victim or perpetrator, if your number’s up…ESO will find you.
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz “With great power comes great responsibility.” That line from Marvel’s first “Spider-Man” movie has become so famous and is used so often it’s now almost a cliche. However, it’s still pretty good advice for superhero characters — and it’s advice Marvel seems to have
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz These days, most of the buzziest TV shows seem to be happening on cable — from AMC’s meth drama “Breaking Bad” to HBO’s gritty medieval fantasy “Game of Thrones.” The BBC’s “Doctor Who” — once a sci-fi cult favorite — seems to be growing