The Nerds take suggestions from fans and friends via Facebook and Twitter for the Six Degrees of Separation Movie Game.
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Well folks, we’ve reached the end of Oscar Season.
We here at Nerdonomy would like to extend our congratulations to all winners of Academy Awards this year; your achievements were well recognized. I also want to take a moment to sincerely thank all those who listened to our live Oscar podcast: it was a lot of fun, and we look forward to our next live episode in the not-too-distant future.
Join us as Eric and Bryan discuss the most sacred of rooms in the household. We apologize in advance if you have any audio problems with this episode. Enjoy!
About a month ago, a friend of mine sent me a curious text message out of the blue. It said:
“Watch The Fifth Element in black and white. It changes everything.”
My mind was subsequently blown. I asked him what the big difference was and he told me that it made was more like a classic B movie, and it changed the whole approach of the movie.
Eric, Bryan and guest host Sarah Ashley discuss the history of film. Enjoy!
PHOTO CREDIT: A handprinted, colorized still from Georges Méliès iconic film Les Voyage Dan La Lune (A Trip to the Moon)