Join the Metal Geeks crew for the annual Rewind episode as we dive back into our favorite music, films, tv shows, and video games from 2018! Which of our choices will match each others picks? Some of the answers might just surprise you! Check out our sponsor at tantrumcollectibles.com if
Let’s just cut right into the thick of things. What were the “BIG” 3 Scifi News items for this week:
The history of television is riddled with shows that were cut short before their time. Mike, Mike, and the Flopcast’s Keven Eldridge and the Mayor of Chickentown salute the tv treasures that were gone way too soon. Plus, Angela from the Doubleclicks sings her way into the Geek Seat. All
Happy Friday the 13th everyone!!!! Bad luck runs amok but really only those who camped out at Camp Crystal Lake; those campers know why.
Sixty-Niiiine Duuuude! Yes, boys and girls, episode 69 of the Metal Geeks podcast has been unleashed into the wild! In this episode, we welcome a special guest host, Mark from the Rebel Radio Podcast, as our elusive co-host Dave prepares for his trip to the most magical place on earth,
The ESO crew takes a look at one of tv’s tried and true tropes, the spinoff. Mike, Mike, and Bobby are joined by Joe Crowe, Dan Carroll, and Greg Plunket to review the best and worst of the bunch, even including spinoffs of spinoffs! We are also joined by writer
By Carol Pinchefsky, Source: Blastr.com We love Doctor Who. He’s a time-traveling, happy-go-lucky man-about-town. And it seems that U.S. iTunes users love him too. According to Apple’s famed digital distribution service, Doctor Who was the most popular television show in 2011. That’s not all. In what is yet more proof
by Philiana Ng, Source: The Hollywood Reporter The cable network has ordered five more specials of The Nerdist, based on Hardwick’s popular podcast of the same name. The announcement comes weeks after the pilot for the show, hosted by Hardwick and featuring Doctor Who’s Matt Smith and Craig Ferguson, aired