Changing pace, Gina, Sean and Bryan decide to do an entire episode driven by, and interwoven with, listener feedback.
With Gina and Bryan co-hosting the episode, you know things are going to turn Catholic. In addition to answering the all important question: “Godspell or Jesus Christ Superstar?” They proceed to talk about their weird picks for Easter viewing, post Brunch.
Listen as Gina and Bryan talk about the Rankin Bass “classic” Here Comes Peter Cottontail and the 70’s horror cult film Night of the Lepus, as well as biblical spinoff The Robe and a couple of their favorite South Park Easter-themed episodes.
In this episode, we have the second half of our discussion with guest Dave McGuire to talk about romantic comedies. But first, we start off with Gina rage-reviewing Winchester, where she points out the several heavy historical inaccuracies and story problems she had with watching it.
Once we get back to the main topic, we discuss our favorite and least favorite romantic comedies, with such classics at Some Like it Hot, America’s Sweethearts, and several more. We also discuss the social influence of the genre, and where the genre might need to change to move forward. We hope you enjoy it!
Since it’s February, and we’ve never really done it before, we decided to go with the seasonally appropriate topic of romantic comedies. Listen to part 1 of our discussion, features Nerds on Film co-founder Dave McGuire.
Slight correction: At around the 32:00 mark, Bryan says “Ephesus” when referring the The Comedy of Errors. He meant to say “Antipholus.”
In the second half of our first Spielberguary, we continue our Indiana Jones discussion with Nerds on Film co-founder Dave McGuire. We, we discuss Indy’s character development, and the further progression of the series through Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
In this episode, we begin a two-parter that starts a new annual theme: Spielberguary! In Part I, we discuss Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. We also welcome back Nerds on Film co-founder Dave McGuire to join in the discussion!
The Nerds kick off the New Year with their spoiler-ific review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Not all of the serious fans hated this movie, and we give a pretty balanced analysis of the film. We hope you enjoy, and add to the conversation.
While the fervor from both movies has passed, the nerds decided to review Justice League (at length), as well as Thor: Ragnarok. WARNING: We definitely include spoilers from both movies, so if you haven’t seen the movie yet, and that matters do you, make sure you’ve seen these movies first. We hope you enjoy it!
This week, the nerds each give a short review of a movie that the other nerds haven’t seen.
We hope you enjoy our reviews of Blade Runner 2049, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and the Netflix Original movie Gerald’s Game.
What on Earth does this title have to do with our episode topic? Listen and find out!
In a more serious-toned episode, Sean, Roxi, Gina and Bryan discuss the recent scandal around Harvey Weinstein. Please take note: this episode was recorded before the allegations arising around Kevin Spacey, Dustin Hoffman, Brett Rattner, and others.
We hope you find this discussion engaging, and take our call to action to heart. Thanks!
In honor of Halloween 2017 only being a week away, Gina, Roxi, and Bryan decided to do a retrospective on several of the classic Universal Monsters movies. Enjoy, and Happy Halloween!