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Derek and Myke are a couple of nerds who love watching TV shows and films, so we're just like you! We talk about the movies we just watched, shows we've been addicted to, and things we're excited about! Sometimes we even bring along a friend!
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Now displaying: December, 2016
Dec 19, 2016

Another year, another Star War! Former guests Lance Paul and Robert Bexar II join us to review the VERY FIRST ever theatrical release of a Star Wars Anthology film - you know, that Rogue One movie that you and everyone you know just saw this weekend? Lance and Robert are some of the biggest Star Wars geeks that we know so we just had to have them on to talk about Jyn Erso and her ragtag group of Magnificent Rebels. How does this hold up to last years The Force Awakens? Can this beat Return of the Jedi in Derek's eyes? What are some of the nerdy Easter eggs you may have missed? Tune in and find out!

Dec 6, 2016

When we initially invited Dana Keels to be on our podcast for his first solo guest episode, we figured we would talk to him about movies in general - but since he's one of the biggest Doctor Strange fans we know, we had to talk about the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We ended up doing a full on review of Marvel's 'Doctor Strange', and Dana spits some knowledge about how the film compares to its comic book source material.

Then, being the nerds we are, we go into superhero movies in general. How do we feel about the MCU now? What about the DCCU? 

Lastly, Dana pitches his awesome idea for a Guardians of the Galaxy / Thor -esque movie that DC can make from their properties. It's a return to geek form from us. 

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