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Favorite Vampire Films; Legion; Unbreakable 2?; Black Archie-?-The Grind@6pm ET

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dburt aka Afronerd

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If you're on the east coast and you want to take a break from shoveling snow-remove your boots, pour yourself a hot toddy and tune in to Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse.  Every Saturday at 6pm, listen to your favorite podcast Blood Syndicate (Claire Lanay, Capt. Kirk, Daryll B.and Dburt) as they deconstruct the following pop/pulp topics:  just what are your (and our) top Vampire themed films/TV shows in the wake of the recent underwhelming Underworld: Blood Wars; our impression of the Legion, APB and 24 Legacy premieres-all courtesy of FOX (and FX); Dburt has conniption when he finds out that director,  M. Night Shamalan's latest film success, Split, is an inadvertant prelude to the Unbreakable-verse; and in the spirit of Black History Month, we shed light on the contributions of electronic engineer, Jerry Lawson to the world of videogaming; and just what does Fast Willie Jackson have to do with Archie Comics?; with the release of a more complete Iron Fist trailer (incl. Colleen Wing secondary clip), will this Netflix IP continue the high entertainment to nerd ratio standard exhibited by the proceeding shows?; more problems are being reported out of The Batman movie camp after Ben Affleck relinquished the director's chair;  Star Wars fans petiton (140k signatures) for a Netflix live action series; Scarlet Johansson addresses the whitewashing controversy central to her upcoming Ghost in the Shell film (ha...not really); Netflix' Dear White People is not about white genocide but that didn't stop the boycotters; Gene Luen Yang and Billy Tan's New Super-Man, (in the latest issue) manage to fight DC's oldest (and most stereotyped) villain, Fui Onyui.  And lastlly, is a  Firefly reboot in the works? Only if Joss Whedon says so.  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.