Khan, Poltergeist, Bladerunner, E.T. — and the list goes on. 40 Years ago, the Summer of 1982 delivered some of the most iconic films and characters the big screen had ever seen…. or ever will see. It’s hard to quantify just how monumental that summer was, but on this week’s
As Batman would say, “Some days you can’t get rid of a bomb.” What I would say, “Some days there aren’t enough hours to record a podcast and what’s that smell?” Yes, another delayed podcast but it’s still a chock-full of fun for you to have.
Join us for the 2nd meeting of the Symposium of Nerds. Liz(ard), Diana, and I discussed a great many things such as: Our reactions to the Solo A Star Wars Story trailer Conan the Barbarian is coming back to the (small) screen Space X, Elon Musk, Starman – is this
Next week, the ESO crew travels back in time to 1982, a magical year filled with one blockbuster movie after another. ET: The Extra Terrestrial, Conan The Barbarian, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Blade Runner, The Thing, First Blood, Swamp Thing, Tron, Porky’s, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,
After a week away to recharge the batteries, the Table Talk Team returns to New Pulp with a brand new and exciting topic. And they even brought along a couple of friends. This week, Barry Reese, Bobby Nash and Mike Bullock are joined in the conversation by New Pulpers Tommy
by Annie Barrett, Source: EW.com Stan Lee Media, Inc., a company founded by comic book legend Stan Lee, wants a judge to rule that it is still the rightful owner of the character Conan the Barbarian. In a lawsuit filed Aug. 19 in federal court in L.A. and obtained by