This week, Sarah, Bryan and Roxi discuss one of the most prolific film score composers of our time: Danny Elfman.
The Nerds conclude this Halloween themed October 2013 with an episode plagued by the intrusions of a certain ghost… he’s not very well known… you’ve probably never heard of him.
This week, The Moriarty Brothers team up to discuss the one topic they can’t shut up about: Batman. Join us as they discuss everything from the 1940’s serials all the way through The Dark Knight Rises.
Photo Credit: A Old Poster for the 1949 Columbia Pictures serial Batman & Robin.
With the powers of Nerds of Film and Culturally Ill combined, we litigate the hell out of Batman v Superman: Ultimate Edition. We laughed. We laughed. We laughed. Ben laughed way too loudly. Bryan didn’t cry. Sean came. Ethan drank. In the end we landed…pretty much exactly where we started! But we had a lot of fun, made a lot of jokes, and talked for about an hour longer than we intended.
As the year winds down to a close, for most movie fans like me, this is the most thrilling time of the year. 2013 has been, at the very least, a very entertaining year with some critical and crowd-pleasing gems, some with controversy and some with a lack of fanfare/box-office bombs. Looking ahead on what’s to come, Here’s my list of twelve Fall/Winter 2013 films that I am most excited to see, starting with the month of October. The reason for the number twelve is because I tried to narrow down to ten, which I couldn’t, and then I tried to narrow the list down to fifteen and being the overachiever I am, I kept it short with twelve. I will include brief synopses and poster for each film, courtesy of imdb.com.