This Week on Earth Station DCU! Drew Leiter and Cletus Jacobs are joined by Ashley Pauls, Howdy Mike Gordon, and Director Mike Faber to talk Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 1, 2, and 3. All this plus our normal rants, Shout outs, Cletus’s pick of the week, and much, much
Welcome to the first part of our 2015 Rewind episodes. Your hosts, Cary the Metal Geek, Dave and George welcome Justin from The Comical Podcast to help discuss the last year of their favorite movies, and to look forward to what’s coming in 2016. We also pay tribute to Lemmy
James Bond is back! And this time 007 faces his toughest adversary yet – the ESO crew. Mike, Mike, and Nicolas Hoffmann investigate the Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion. Plus, writer John Pence tests his gongfu against our Geek Seat. All this, along with the usual Rants,
Join your three Metal Geeks hosts from the Geekery studios as they discuss the new Spectre movie, what games they have been playing, including Rise Of The Tomb Raider, and which one of us is the Last Of Us to finish The Last Of Us! We also discuss #ForceForDaniel, our
“Skyfall” is, admittedly, a tough act to follow. The 2012 James Bond film brought in more than a billion dollars at the box office worldwide and received rave reviews from both fans and critics. So it was perhaps inevitable that the follow-up, “Spectre,” would struggle to reach those same heights.
By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz Another summer movie season has come and gone, but there are plenty of movies to look forward to in this year’s fall/winter line-up, including a Bond film, the final chapter in the Hunger Games series and a certain little science fiction film directed by J.J.
JC and Rita are back! After a long vacation, the dynamic duo hit the ground running by previewing the best new movies and television shows of 2015. Included in the preview is Jurassic World, Star Wars VII – The Force Awakens, I Zombie, Fear the Walking Dead and more! Plus
Every January, I like to put together a list of my most anticipated films for that upcoming year. It’s fun to peek ahead, and it’s also fun to look back at that list at the end of the year, and see how many of my “most anticipated” actually ended up