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The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 187–No Space Violence!

The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 187–No Space Violence!

The HOBI Gang has to delay the women’s perspective but the guys still are having fun talking marrying Ryan Gosling but not the same fate with Steve Guttenberg!  The gang talk the proper hygiene of beards, the correct amount to tip, and the possibility of OJ Simpson joining the HOBI crew! Jeff talks Game of Thrones, Blake goes nuts on the Terminator reboot, and Jason is finally caught up on Preacher.  The gang still can’t believe how much money Valerian will lose, introduce the Bizarro Plotlines segment and list their Top 5 Favorite Female Led Action Films! This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!  Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast!

The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 177–Quasimodo: Friend Zone!

The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 177–Quasimodo: Friend Zone!

The HOBI Gang is going old school with a two man booth and talking changes to the Justice League film, Jughead’s helmet, and the latest lackluster news on Dark Universe!  The guys talk to writer Andrea Molinari regarding his graphic novel The Shepherd: Apokatastasis, the creative process, and how the Lions will never win a Super Bowl!  Jason gets scolded by a listener for making fun of Gwar and the guys list their Top 5 Worst Literary Character Adaptations to Film! This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

Now Geek This: A Review of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

nowgeekthisIn this exciting edition of Now Geek This, I will be reviewing Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the long awaited sequel to the original Sin City from 2005.  A Dame to Kill For, which I will refer to as Sin City Two from this point on, is directed by Robert Rodriguez along with Frank Miller, who also created the graphic novels the Sin City movies are based on.  The movie stars a large cast of actors which includes Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Josh Brolin, Joseph-Gordon-Levitt, and Eva Green as the titular “dame to kill for”, among several others. More