Join your hosts Cary the Metal Geek, Brutal Dave, and George Tripsas as they dive back into 2019 with their annual Rewind. They discuss their favorite music, films, video games, and TV shows, and there might be some heated discussion about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Keep it geeky,
Quentin Tarantino’s ninth outing takes place in the summer of ’69. Mike, Mike, Ashley, Richard Ewell, and Austen Sprake discuss whether or not the director’s love letter to lost Hollywood is well received or should be returned to sender. Plus, Kevin Marshall stands in and out of the Geek Seat!
Up until about five years ago, I’d never seen a Quentin Tarantino film. Other films fans would lovingly give me grief about this, and so I finally decided to sit down and watch one. I popped his first movie — “Reservoir Dogs” — into my DVD player and then hit
PCC Multiverse #130-We’re Talking Movies As It’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood For Quentin Tarantino!
On this week’s Multiverse, Quentin Tarantino takes the spotlight as Once Upon a Time in Hollywood debuts in theaters as we sit down with Eric Offill from Arthouse Legends and Austen Sprake from This Week In Basketball and the Trash Talk podcasts. We go over what we appreciate the most
Star Trek: Discovery relaunched the Star Trek franchise on TV after a hiatus of over a decade. Set before the original Star Trek series, Discovery’s slick look and darker tones evoked polarization in fandom as some gravitated towards the update and others rejected what they saw as an affront to
The Orville surprised everyone when it debuted. Advertised as a crass parody of Star Trek, the Orville turned out to be a far more sophisticated show than anyone including the network gave it credit for. In this episode we do a deep dive into the first season of The Orville,
The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News for 1/27/2018, Bright, and Godzilla Planet of the Monsters
The first Scifi News podcast for 2018 has arrived. As a special added bonus, I have actual guests, Liz(ard) and Chance the MC (Matthew) have joined me. I’m looking to have an ongoing monthly gathering. We shall see how the experiment fares. Now you must be wondering, what in the
Chickentown is completely buried in snow, but Kevin and Kornflake tunneled and/or tauntauned their way into the studio, just for you. This week Kevin reports on a Niki Luparelli show (Niki can sing like Marilyn, play the ukulele, hula hoop, and remove your tattoo, possibly all at once) and “Pulp
The Cigar Nerds Podcast Episode 8: Reservoir Nerds. This week our nerds bring out the Gimp and take a look back and the career of indie movie King Quentin Tarantino and what his movies have meant to us. We sample a bourbon barrel quad from Boulevard in Beer 30. We