The only problem that seems to plague those of us who call ourselves “cord cutters” is the abundance of shows and movies being released every week, whether we know it or not. This has led to the cultural phenomenon of “binge-watching”.
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If you’re a regular listener, you’ll have noticed there were no episodes of GEEK THIS in October. It was totally unintentional and there were a couple of factors to the brief disappearance. Instead of making a podcast episode about it all, I would write this post.
Books are being turned into movies at a staggering rate lately. In 2017 alone, there are expected to be around 26 novels adapted, either for the big screen or streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon. As an avid book reader, it’s nice to see. Unfortunately, there are two primary thoughts on adaptations…
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I absolutely did not care about this podcast anymore a few episodes ago. See, I’ve put a lot of myself into making the podcast run. Granted, it hasn’t always been efficient, but that’s partly due to several things: the lack of personal stability and the ever-changing workplace landscape for myself and David, who was (and … Continue reading Transparency
WARNING: SPOILERS IN THIS POST
Ever since Nick Fury talked to Tony Stark at the end of 2008’s Iron Man and reveal the Avengers Initiative, fanboys and fangirls have been squealing. After Marvel Studio announced Captain America: Civil War, those same people have been clamoring for Spider-Man to show up in the MCU – not that they weren’t already.
Not surprisingly, Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography is nothing short of fantastic. Sure, using the classic book to make your autobiography interesting will work, but it’s what you do once the book is opened that gives the final say.
Recently I was listening to one of the many podcasts that occupy my ears each week, Word Balloon w/ John Siuntres. He interviewed a filmmaker by the name of Brett Culp. To be completely honest, I had never heard of the guy. Typically, John talks to people from the comic book community, so having this random movie guy on there was weird. But I was intrigued once I heard why Brett Culp was on there: Legends of the Knight.
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