An OSCAR recap, what games do we want remastered and what does Nintendo need to do in year two of the Switch?
if we picked the OSCARS, Infinity War moves up and our thoughts on upcoming female superhero films.
Although I always enjoy hearing what films are nominated for the Academy Awards each year, I often like to joke that my personal favorite movies of the year typically don’t get mentioned until the more technical categories, like “best visual effects.” ? So, just for fun, I made up some
Oscar snubs and surprises, the problem with a Hasbro movie universe, the Dragon Ball Z gaming legacy, Captain America: First Avenger and why Mad Catz is “Back in the Game”
As an entertainment news junkie, I’m always excited and curious to see the list of Academy Awards nominees each year. The Oscars are arguably the most prestigious awards in Hollywood, and even being nominated for one is a special honor. However, I also have a confession to make: most years
For this week’s Scifi News podcast, Mr. Gene is on the show. As such, this is a heads up warning, Gene and I get graphic and crude with our language and humor. Please be aware, this episode is NSFW nor should it be played with small children around.
While there were a number of notable moments from the 2017 Academy Awards, unfortunately the ceremony is probably doomed to be forever remembered for its major “Oscar oops” — announcing the wrong best picture. Awards shows are always hoping for a viral moment to generate buzz, but this is NOT
It’s that time of year again! Hollywood’s awards season is in full force, with the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild and more already passing out their trophies. However, the Holy Grail of Hollywood awards remains the Oscars. Although we’ll have to wait until Feb. 26 to find out who takes
Stanley Kubrick’s directorial career only spanned 13 feature length films, but what he lacked in quantity he made up for in quality. Mike is joined by award-winning author Bobby Nash, award-winning artist Mark Maddox, and nominee for award-winning listener Dave Slotter, for a detailed look at the award-winning director’s career.
Next week, Earth Station One’s director spotlight series continues as we take a look at the films of Joel and Ethan Coen. Join Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, Bobby Nash, and some special guests as they take a look at the Coen Brothers films. And we would love to hear from
Regardless of what you thought about the winners, the losers or the relative quality of the show itself, the 2011 Oscars did, in fact, happen. While this year’s big sci-fi hope, Inception, didn’t do as well as we’d have liked, there were still things to please—or infuriate—sci-fi fans. See Blastr’s