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Keepers Of The Fringe, Episode 3-In Honor Of Bill Paxton

Keepers Of The Fringe, Episode 3-In Honor Of Bill Paxton

After dealing with a few issues with the recording for this episode, the Keepers Of The Fringe have finally returned with a brand new episode.

Episode  3 meeting agenda:

  1. Condolences on the passing of Bill Paxton
  2. Patrick Stewart retiring from the X-Men franchise
  3. What would make Hugh Jackman want to play Wolverine again?
  4. The Gambit movie is still in the works
  5. Rumors on the next X-Men movie
  6. Our thoughts on the Lego Batman Movie
  7. Matt Reeves back on to direct the live action Batman movie
  8. Batman vs. Superman winning four Razzie awards
  9. Our thoughts on the latest news about the game Injustice 2
  10. Mass Effect: Andromeda releasing a downloadable game patch on the same day the game is released
  11. Release date announced the reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000
  12. Announced reboot of Tales From The Crypt
  13. The most anticipated movies coming out in 2017
  14. Movie review of the week-In honor of Bill Paxton, Brain Dead
  15. Keepers recommendations

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Big Blockbuster Boredom

Big Blockbuster Boredom

In the latter days of 2015, I remember looking at the list of movies coming out in 2016 and thinking, “next year is going to be an amazing year for movies.  There is so much good stuff coming out.”  Now, here it is, the middle of August in 2016, and I find myself wondering what happened to all those movies I was excited about?  Did I kid myself into thinking there was a ton of great movies coming out?  I don’t think I was fooling myself, I seem to recall actually believing that this year would be full of nonstop excitement when looking ahead to the crop of blockbusters coming out this year.  And yet, here I am, just over halfway through the year in the aftermath of the summer movie season, feeling somewhat let down and disappointed overall.  It’s not that the movies this year were bad per se, with one or two exceptions, rather, it is that most of the movies this year turned out to be just…..average, pedestrian, formulaic, uninspired, etc.

Let’s take a look back at the once promising list and see if we can figure out just where things went wrong. More

Nerds Who Get Laid, Sometimes – Ep. 114: NeckMan Vs Porn Parodies

Nerds Who Get Laid, Sometimes – Ep. 114: NeckMan Vs Porn Parodies

This week on NWGLS we almost have our own Civil War when #TeamCharles calls out #TeamNathan about Batman V Superman VS Captain America: Civil War. It’s a sloberknocker, till #TeamCharles admits he likes Batman and Superman too. Then everyone hugs and makes up over a bottle of Mad Dog 20/20 Red Grape Wine.
We have our good friend Josh (or Murph) come on the show and talk about all our nerdy obsessions.
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Now Geek This! Jessica Jones Review, And Trailers, Trailers, Trailers!

Now Geek This! Jessica Jones Review, And Trailers, Trailers, Trailers!

nowgeekthisJessica Jones is the latest show to come from the collaboration between Marvel Studios and Netflix.  As a Netflix show, all thirteen episodes of the first season of Jessica Jones were released on November 20th, and are currently available for viewing.  Jessica Jones stars Krysten Ritter in the titular roll, and co-stars Rachel Taylor, and Carrie-Anne Moss, with David Tennant playing the role of the main villain Killgrave, aka The Purple Man, in the series.  Jessica Jones also introduces Mike Colter as Luke Cage, a character who will also be getting his own Netflix show next year. More