Rated NA 249: Spooktacular!

  Hosts: Matt, Scott, and Ash. Halloween is here, so we get into spooky games including Virginia, The Bunker, and Hello Neighbor. Plus we take a look at Victor Frankenstein, The Greasy Strangler, the Raiders! documentary, and the Nintendo Switch. Finally, you tell us about the things that scare you the most! Or download this… Continue reading Rated NA 249: Spooktacular!

Godzilla Sized Feelings for Godzilla

Godzilla was a childhood obsession of mine. My poor parents suffered through numerous viewings of the movies as I grew up. The Americanized version of Godzilla 1985 was my jam, though I adore the 1956 version. I have no reasonable explanation for my unending love for a radioactive lizard hell bent on destruction, maybe it… Continue reading Godzilla Sized Feelings for Godzilla

My 1st GeekGirlCon Wrap-Up by Missmayyoke

Hey! Melissa here recapping what was an empowering female convention for us female nerds – GEEKGIRLCON 2013!

I attended with Ash’s wife/my sister, Christina. It was her first time in Seattle and my first trip back in over ten years so we trampled around a bit and caused some mischief of our own.

Captain America:The Winter Soldier Trailer Released

Yay! The trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier was just released by Marvel Studios!  Out in theaters on April 4, 2014. This story takes place aver the cataclysmic event at the end of The Avengers movie, which they make humorous nods to in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as the Battle of New York. When a S.H.I.E.L.D.… Continue reading Captain America:The Winter Soldier Trailer Released

The Wolverine: The review

If you, like me, were worried about a follow up to X-Men Origins: Wolverine, mostly due to the ghastly portrayal of B level characters and a borderline non-existent story. Well, it’s time to hold on to your hats people, The Wolverine is upon us. This time around we lose director Gavin Hood, currently directing Ender’s… Continue reading The Wolverine: The review

Comic-Con 2013: Hold the Mayo! The Sidekick Lands at Comic-Con

ComicCon-logoWe featured The Sidekick as one of the five panels that should not be missed at this year’s Comic-Con, but were we right? The Sidekick follows super hero sidekick Max McCabe on a journey of self discovery after his disastrous final mission with Captain Wonder (played by a wonderfully dry Ron Livingston). Created as a way to cope with turning forty, actor-writer Rob Benedict successfully assembled a team of super-talented friends to help out with the film including Martin Starr, Lizzy Caplan, Richard Speight Jr., Jordan Peele, Jason Ritter, and Josh Meyers.