This week we have something very special for our listeners, a two-part crossover! Listen as Nerds on Film co-hosts Sarah Ashley and David McGuire guest star and help us discuss the history of Thanksgiving. Listen, subscribe, and follow us on Facebook, or Twitter @Nerdonomy!
Continuing the theme of famous things associated with Halloween, Eric and Bryan discuss history and legends behind monsters, both famous and obscure. We hope you enjoy it; it was a fun one to record!
“Creature of the Black Lagoon” and “Gill-Man” are the property of Universal Pictures.
When I saw the picture above, it blew my mind. What the hell is going on? The Pope, the spiritual leader of 1.18 billion people, is in fact controlled by the insidious Umbrella Corporation.
As I write this, I do so with great fear, for we all know what Umbrella is capable of. With the Pope now under their influence, it raises some important questions. What is Umbrella’s ultimate plan? How many of the Pope’s inner circle have been affected? Perhaps most importantly, why retire?
On Tuesday, I purchased and watched a Blu-ray copy of World War Z that boasted a new UNRATED CUT of the film. I was indeed excited because though I very much enjoyed the theatrical version, I felt that given the material, the film should have had at least a soft R rating. The back of the Blu-ray case seemed promising:
While Eric is on Break, Nerdonomy regular Dave McGuire shares the history of screenwriting with Bryan, as well as talking about the process of storytelling.
Photo Credit: A display of early Screenplay formatting, similar to the modern format, from the shooting draft of King Kong, Screenplayology.com