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Metal Geeks 165: Breathtaking Geekery

In this brand new episode of the Metal Geeks Podcast, your hosts Cary the Metal Geek, Brutal Dave, and George discuss topics ranging from E3 coverage, Aladdin, Godzilla: The King of Monsters, Dark Phoenix, John Wick 3, Belzebubs, and so much more geekery! It’s going to be breathtaking! No, your

Pop Culture Cosmos #115

It’s a Rapid Fire of Pop Culture as we talk the success of The Grinch, Microsoft’s biggest announcements at x018, Disney+, the arrival of Fallout 76, the death of Prima Games and the rise of Rocket League. Plus an update on the big news of week 10 in the NFL

Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Fifty One

On this week’s show,  Josh Pederson and Gerald Glassford breakdown Xbox’s Gamescom press conference and what kind of future the Xbox One X will have this holiday season. We also let you know if marvel’s the Defenders is worth a Netflix binge, why we hope for some luck with Logan

PCC Multiverse Episode Twenty Nine

On our latest episode Josh Pederson and Gerald Glassford share their thoughts on the confirmed Obi-Wan picture now in development and decide if this is a good move or a Jedi mind trick for the Star Wars franchise. We also talk Crackdown 3’s delay and is a $10 a month Movie

Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Thirty Nine

On today’s program Josh Pederson and Gerald Glassford are recapping the Memorial day movie weekend with Gerald taking it right on the chin with my pick and Josh commenting more on how long the final adventure will last for the Pirates of the Caribbean series. We’re also talking the Justice

Metal Geeks 97: Elite Geekery

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

Metal Geeks 76: Post E3 Geekery

Join your hosts, Cary the Metal Geek, and George as they invite to the show special guests JD aka S3Prototype from Ultness.com and the voice from the other room, Kim AKA Kimmu Borgir who happens to be the other big gamer at the Metal Geeks Studio. Join us as we

‘Halo’ Web series to bow before next game

By Marc Graser, Source: Variety.com While it will take years before a “Halo” movie ever makes it to the bigscreen, Microsoft could revive the idea again with a live-action Web series it will launch ahead of “Halo 4” this fall. The company’s Xbox gaming division is putting considerable coin behind

‘Halo 4’ release date confirmed by Microsoft

By Mark Langshaw, Source: Digital Spy Halo 4 will be released for Xbox 360 consoles worldwide on November 6, Microsoft has confirmed. The sequel, set four years after the events of Halo 3, marks the return of iconic hero Master Chief and the beginning of a brand new saga.

‘Halo 4’ to be revealed this month?

By Liam Martin, Source: Digital Spy Halo 4 will reportedly be on show at this month’s Xbox Spring Showcase event. The upcoming Halo release, which sees the return of Master Chief, will be on display at Microsoft’s San Francisco event on February 29, reports Finnish magazine Pelaaja (via NeoGAF). Currently

343 Industries confirms Halo 4 will be an Xbox 360 game

Announcing Halo 4’s existence at E3 was a bold move by Microsoft. On the one hand, more Halo! On the other, what system would the next game and trilogy be for? Neither Microsoft or Halo 4’s new developers 343 Industries made any confirmations. It’s now out in the open —

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