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Your Dark Knight archivist Londyn, co-host Mason Booker and Shadow Adam discuss (with TONS of spoilers, listeners beware!) "The LEGO Batman Movie" directed by Chris McKay, which was released in theaters nationwide February 10! Listen in as we talk about the major Bat themes, the fun Easter eggs, how many villains popped up in Gotham City (SO many) and overall how the film beautifully celebrated the almost 78 Years in Batman's mythology! Tune in to see how many Batarangs out of 10 Londyn gives the latest Batman centric film in this week's episode!
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It's episode 61 and Marc and Rob discuss what might be coming at Celebration Orlando, chat about some Han Solo casting news and consider what might have happened to Darth Vader's Castle after his death...
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This week Nate, Eric, and Lando discuss Tom Savini's reimagined, straight from hell Jason and it is effing wicked!
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Was Logan a misstep or is it proof that we don't need anymore X-Men films?
Logan was heralded as smaller and more intimate while at the same time amping up the violence. We have gotten a lot of X-Men films over the past 17 years and Hugh Jackman has been in almost every single one. He originated this character on film and he is saying that Logan is his last. we've heard this kind of talk before but hopefully, it's true this time.
What did you guys think of Logan? Do we need anymore X-Men films?
A Different Return of the Jedi.
Released in 1983, Return of the Jedi spent decades as the black sheep of the Star Wars saga. Though the conclusion to a legendary film series, as its audience aged they created new complaints with each passing year. Endless comments about Ewoks, endings and supposed alternate visions have become the stuff of legend.
Join Jedi Masters John Mills and Matthew Rushing as they put on their thinking caps and imagine what they would've pitched had they been in the writer's room so many years ago. They certainly offer some different options for how they would've tried to shape the story.
Would their changes have helped or hindered this influential piece of American cinema? Listen and let them know at www.thenerdparty.com/contact (http://www.thenerdparty.com/contact)!
Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing
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Bernie Wrightson was comics' undisputed master of the macabre, and one of the best illustrators that the medium has ever known. The first comics Matt ever bought in a comic shop featured Wrightson covers, making Bernie the first and most direct influence on Matt's love of comics and partly responsible for this podcast. On this episode of Pod Squentialism, Matt Kennedy bids a heartfelt farewell to one of the nicest guys to ever hold a pencil. Listen up to this heartfelt episode presented by Meltdown Comics!
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As the seasons change at Hogwarts and the weather turns colder, professors and students alike have one thing on their mind, quidditch season!
In this episode of Owl Post: A Harry Potter Podcast hosts Andrea Coffman and Matthew Rushing talk about the eleventh chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. We discuss the trinity's bond, more Snape, life at Hogwarts, the quidditch game, perception problems and Hagrid's big mouth.
Hosts Andrea Coffman and Matthew Rushing
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Would you follow through on your promise to enact vengeance even if it meant hurting a friend? When do you have the right to renege on a promise? What if it's a matter of life or death…? When do you have the right to share a secret?
Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama is written, performed & produced by Maxximillian Dafoe. Want more Mollyville? Get manuscripts, maps and more by becoming my patron. Visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.
Music. “Summer Days” by Kai Engel. Words. “Concentration and the Power Back of Suggestion”, an excerpt from Your Forces and How To Use Them by Christian Da Larson. Performance. Maxximillian Dafoe.
Mollyville Audio Drama based on Mollyville: Humble Beginnings, a dystopian suspense novel written by Maxximillian Dafoe—available on Amazon.
"Hang Ups (Want You)" by Otis McDonald “Difference” by Kai Engel “Otis McMusic" by Otis McDonald “Magic Part 2” by Otis McDonald Additional Sounds…
“Parrots” from Robert Yurell “Footsteps On Cement” from Tim Freyer Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.
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