On April 9th-10th Mark & Dan were guests of the ESO Network at SC Comicon, Upstate South Carolina’s wildly popular comic book convention. Among many other unforgettable memories, they had the honor of meeting famed comic strip producer, character designer and art director Guy Gilchrist! He graciously spoke with us
On this episode of the Blurred Nerds: Media mega companies and streamers: We catch up on all the media company merger & shuffling news such as Amazon eyeing MGM. WarnerMedia & Discovery might also combine forces. What will this mean for HBO Max in a year from now? Speaking of
Celebrities get animated! We begin with an examination of the MGM and Warner Bros. Hollywood satires of the 1930’s and 40’s to the early age of television when parody became participation. Then we return as guest stars to the town of Bedrock! 00:00:52 parody to participation 00:20:35 Twist! Twist! 00:26:53
The Pro Wrestling Roundtable once again goes to the movies! John & Richard are joined by their good friend Jerry Chandler to look at the Peter Falk helmed …All The Marbles from 1981. This is somewhat a forgotten classic in the wrestling community which features a manager and a female
*WARNING THIS EPISODE IS NOT FOR KIDS* ESO is off to see the Wizard! Mike and Mike are joined by friends of Dorothy Darren Nowell and Moxie Anne Magnus as they look over and under the rainbow. Plus, Moxie finds herself out of the Salonbay and into the Geek Seat!
News from the Official James Bond website. A SERIES OF EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD SET TO CELEBRATE BOND’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY It has been announced that October 5th, 2012 will be Global James Bond Day, a day-long series of events for 007 fans around the world.
Fandemonium Books shared the following press release with ESO. For more on Stargate, check out these Earth Station One episodes: Earth Station One Episode 115: Stargate SG-1 Revisited Earth Station One Episode 90: The Earth Station One crew steps through the Stargate!
By Don Kaye, Source: Blastr.com Now that the remake of Carrie is officially underway, the head of the studio producing the film has revealed some interesting details about what direction it might take. During a speech at his alma mater, MGM CEO Roger Birnbaum spoke about some of the company’s
by: Ben Silverman for Yahoo.com Global thermonuclear war is coming back to a theater near you. And, fittingly, a gamer is helping make it happen. Deadline reports that the 1983 film ‘WarGames’ is getting rebooted by MGM, who have tapped Seth Gordon — the man behind the acclaimed video game
It seems like everything’s coming up Robo: First, Detroit’s original cyborg policeman, Peter Weller, comes out in favor of a proposed statue in the Motor City, and now MGM has hired a director to take over their long-simmering remake, replacing the Black Swan Oscar nominee. Before MGM recovered from the