AMC Movie Talk Ep 15 - THE HOBBIT And GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
On this episode of AMC Movie Talk the panel discusses: 1) “The Hobbit” Trailer.
2) James Gunn officially to direct and write “Guardians Of The Galaxy”.
3) Thanos to appear in BOTH “Guardians of the Galaxy” AND “Avengers 2”.
4) Clint Eastwood talking “Expendables 3”.
All this and much more!
Giant Bombcast 08-21-2012
With Patrick Klepek fresh from his Hawaiian honeymoon we discuss superior BBS software, Sleepy Dawgz, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Pitfall!, Windows 8, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, Assassin’s Creed III, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, OnLive, and more!
Giant Bombcast 09-11-2012
CHINA DON’T CARE.
Game|Life Reboot #47: PlayStation Price Grows as Tokyo Game Show Shrinks
Sony announced a new model of PlayStation 3 before Japan’s biggest gaming expo kicked off. But in doing so it raised, not lowered, the price of the unit for the United States. PlayStation Vita didn’t get a much-needed price cut or big new game announcements, and we wonder aloud about what kind of future it can possibly have — especially as game developers keep putting out games on the old PSP, which still sells for lots of money in Japan. We discuss some of our Borderlands 2 and Mark of the Ninja experiences, plus we get into the ol’ Phonebags, reading some of your text messages.
Half in the Bag: The Resident Evil Series
Mike and Jay discuss the Resident Evil series.
Operation Kino 81: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower And Loving A League Of Their Own
This week on Operation Kino, we can’t believe you’re also into The Smiths and Rocky Horror Picture Show, as we review the new high school movie The Perks of Being A Wallflower. From there we jump into a conversation inspired by Katey’s manic desire to have more people recognize the greatness of A League of Their Own, discussing potentially B-level or not “great” movies that many women love, and why won’t talk about them as much as, say, Conan the Barbarian. Before any of that, though, there’s tidbits about more Netflix documentaries, Breaking Amish, the new movie Dredd and the Titanic Blu-ray release. We end, as always, with your lightning round answers for dessert.
Freakonomics Radio: The Tale of the $15 Tomato
Our latest Freakonomics Radio podcast is called “The Tale of the $15 Tomato.” In it, you’ll hear Steve Levitt talk about his favorite foods (hint: most of them can be obtained via a drive-thru window); a surprisingly agrarian feature of his childhood; and his wildly unsuccessful effort to get his kids enthusiastic about agriculture.
Totally Rad Show: Movie Review - The Master
With stellar performances by Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman, the new film from the director of Magnolia and There Will Be Blood examines a man who creates a religion similar to Scientology, and the lost soul who follows him. Dan, Jeff, and Alex travel to a Scientology center in LA to try to explain the experience of seeing The Master.
Totally Rad Show - “What Is That?!” Returns!
The game you love to be stumped by makes its triumphant return! Mike has all-new animated filters to boggle the mind, as he camouflages iconic images to perplex Alex, Dan, and Jeff. Can you decipher the pics before they do?
Totally Rad Show: Movie Review - Dredd 3D
In the future, one man is the law. Well, the future is NOW and that one man is Karl Urban, starring in the reboot of the 1995 film, Judge Dredd. Can Dredd 3D’s amped up, over-the-top action and violence win over today’s audiences? Alex, Dan and special guest reviewer Catherine Reitman from Revision 3’s own “Breakin’ It Down” take a hit of Slo-Mo and become this film’s judge, jury, and executioner.
Weekend Confirmed 131 - Wii U, Borderlands 2, FTL, Black Mesa
On this week’s episode of Weekend Confirmed, Garnett Lee, Jeff Mattas, and Andrew Yoon are joined by Insomniac’s James Stevenson. The show begins with some thoughts about the new PlayStation “Super Slim” console, and there are a number of games to talk about. Borderlands 2, FTL, Halo 4, and Black Mesa are just some of the titles the team discusses, and there’s even some more pontificating about the upcoming Wii U launch lineup. And, of course, the crew’s Finishing Moves bring it all home.