Should we feel bad when our childhood favorites are criticized? Renegade Cut looks at that idea with a special focus on Krull.
The composer is the unsung hero of genre films. An excellent symphonic score can make a bad film tolerable (see, e.g. Conan the Barbarian), and a bad one can make … Read More
In which Lisa meets a girl that is better than her at just about everything.
This week on the podcast, the topic of Avatar came out, and not the one that brought us the Last Airbender. Wait, why am I doing these again? I don’t know. … Read More
Yesterday, the last of the Gabbing Geek crew, Ryan, finally saw Batman Vs. Superman Vs. All Common Sense. He didn’t like it and left a long, often amusing, ever-expanding when … Read More
At last, Ryan has seen and reviewed the eponymous Batman Vs Kramer: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. He didn’t like it. Well, it wasn’t good, but to be very … Read More
There’s a lot of pop and geek culture stuff out there I’d really like to recommend, but sometimes the hardest part of trying to make a weekly recommendation is just … Read More
Last week, Ryan posted a spoiler-free review of Ernest Cline’s second novel, Armada. Now, Ryan is on-record of being a big fan of Cline’s first novel, Ready Player One. Seriously, you don’t … Read More
I’ve been doing podcast reactions for a while now, even before I got tapped to write for this site. In that time, I have picked on Jenny and Watson quite … Read More
Continuing Jimmy and Tom’s rewatch of the DCAU.