On this episode, we discuss Disney wanting to buy 20th Century Fox? A new Star Wars trilogy is also announced shortly after those talks breaks down. Stranger Things 2 has been out for a few weeks so we discuss out non-spoilery opinions. We also talk Deadpool on the cover of Good Housekeeping and Nintendo release of a game for the Switch called...Skyrim?
On this episode, we discuss the trainwreck that was the Giant Robot Fight! We also try Jumpin' Jack Doritos, Mystery Flavor Oreos and Reptar Cereal! Which are good? Which are bad? You'll have to watch to find out! We also discuss Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League as both films are in theaters soon!
On the first interview episode of Season 6, Boldly Going Nowhere has the pleasure of interviewing Daralyn Kelleher! Daralyn is comedian, writer and Austin Powers impersonator! We discuss her move from NY to LA, the differences between writing stand-up and creating content for the internet and Scientology churches. If you want to learn more about Daralyn? Check her out on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP5XOcF6kz7xEwnoGh9qsnw/featured
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On this episode, we discuss Star Wars yet again! This time in the form of the The Last Jedi trailer and all of the feels it freaking gave us. We then discuss Mystery Flavor Oreos and how inappropriate it is that Nabisco thinks we guess the flavor of their mystery white cream! Sean surprises us with a Reptar Bar, it turns our tongue green (hopefully that's all)! We also discuss a game that makes it socially acceptable to play with your food to the delight of our inner children!
On the Season 6 premiere of Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss the SNES Classic...again! No, but we humble pie on this subject as the system is actually pretty good. In pre-Christmas news? Santa's dead, kids! At least one version of him is. Netflix raises their rates, but they also give us a retro mobile game for Stranger Things! On The Fat Shack, Nicolas Cage becomes snack food (because Japan) and the Russian Burger King wants to ban IT (because marketing). We also have Twupdate, new Monopoly pieces and Star Wars Battlefront II to round out this new season of BGN!
On this Episode... Nintendo claims that the SNES Classic Pre-order Disaster was not entirely their fault. Bullshit calling yet to come. JJ Abrams is set to write and direct Star Wars Episode 9: The Return of Return of the Jedi.#hopefullynot. Apple unveils their $1000 Emoji machine that steals your soul. Denny has a new mascot and it looks very similar to a the kind of South Park Character that says, "Howdy Ho!" Twupdate Makes a return! And as usual, Sean abuses the soundboard!
On this episode, Apple is investing 1 billion dollars into the movie/ TV streaming business.
Rick Flair is hospitalized. Solar Eclipse arrives in America! And Finally, Daniel Craig says he will do another Bond Movie! And as usual, we shit on Nintendo.
On this episode: Disney is pulling all its movies from Netflix. Overwatch adds New Death-Match Modes! The Crown, Season 2 is coming to Netflix. Finally, Goon 2 Electric Hockeyloo Trailer Drops! Set aside your old routine
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Tonight on Boldly Going Nowhere... Colin is back in town! A blue thing called The Tick! The Death Wish trailer drops! Carol Danvers and Mar-Vell will be in Captian Marvel! Deadpool 2 will have Domino! Plus! I'm super Cereal guys! Al Gore returns! The Fat Shack, we discuss Donuts! And Finally, it wouldn't be BGN without us talking about Star Wars! Like, Share, and Subscribe!
Imposters Going Nowhere - With Colin out of town and San Diego Comic-Con exploding like never before, BGN image been hijacked by PCP's Zack Patterson and dedicated listener Brian Cash. Can Sean keep the peace as they swoon over SDCC bounties?!
On this episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, Founding Father of Castwave Studios and old friend, Justin Eisenstadt returns! We discuss Aladdin reboot, Voice of Kermit being fired by Disney, and Sean is very excited for the Ready Player One movie!!
This time on Boldly Going Nowhere, bite-size SNES! That's right (unfortunately) Nintendo is releasing SNES Mini. We also discuss San Diego Comic Con (primarily Warner Brothers offerings). Lastly, Sam Whitwicky did it again! Shia LeBeef gets arrested for pub-lic drunkeness and Green Day hopes you have the time of your life...welcome to paradise!
On this episode of BGN, we discuss the announcement of season 3 of Rick and Morty! We also discuss Tim Horton's and Canada Day giving us the Poutine Donut and the fact that we actually as a studio are losing weight! In other news, the Inhumans trailer is kinda shit, leaked Lego minifigs might give us some insight to The Last Jedi and Adywans "ESB: Revisited" is coming!!! There's also a bit about Sega games for your smartphone.
On this episode, we are live at Awesome Con 2017 and we have an interview with Jonathan Rubin of the Flying V Theatre Company! We discuss Flying V's being the kind of theatre that inspires you to go out, have an adventure of your own, and live life more. We discussed their plays inspired by genre fiction, comic books, and other modern mythologies.
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On this episode, we are live at Awesome Con 2017 and we have an impromptu interview with Ming Chen! One of the Comic Book Men sits down with us and discusses his favorite comics, Comic Book Men getting renewed for a seventh season. We also discuss his new store opening in Houston called Coral Sword, Coffee, Comics and Games! Interested in more Ming Chen? Check him out on Twitter at twitter.com/mingchen37
On this episode of BGN, we are two weeks out from Awesome Con 2017 and we decide to play a game of Beanboozled (This time with Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans), we also discuss the Nintendo Switch's crazed attempt at wireless headsets (complete with a smartphone app and wires!) We also talk about what we are excited for at Awesome Con 2017!
With Kevin Feige's interview in which he states he is hopeful the X-Men could be in the MCU, we decided to plot our idea for how it could happen. We discuss how the X-Men would be introduced in a Netflix series that would be the first to bridge the stream-film gap, we also discuss who would return, what roster we go with and what stories we would cover in this first season. We welcome FOX, Marvel and Disney to use this a jumping off point to make this happen.
This episode was recorded live on location at BoroughCon 2017 @ St. John University.
On this episode of BGN, we're live from BoroughCon 2017 and discussing the ongoing battle between the Marvel and DC cinematic universes. We discuss what they're doing right, what they're doing wrong and our favorite moments from each of the universes thus far. We also speak to the audience and see what they would like to see in an upcoming Marvel or DC film.
This episode was recorded live on location at BoroughCon 2017 @ St. John University.
On this episode, Zack Patterson brings a game called Beanboozled by Jelly Belly, which we attempt to get our way through. Brian eats dog food, Sean tries spoiled milk and Colin eats bad fish. We also discuss the newest films and tv series based on Sci-Fi and comics, such as Deadpool produced by Donald Glover & Alien: Covenant.
On this episode, we play a few rousing rounds of Cards Against Humanity while trying to get one of the other to laugh. We also discuss how 2017 is very quickly shaping up to be the Year of the Goldblum, what with Jeff Goldblum starring in Thor: Ragnarok and was announced in being Jurassic Park 2! Oh, also the cosmos decides to grant us unity by showing us Jeff Goldblum's food truck "Chef Goldblum"...please bring it to America, Jeff. We also discuss the best convention ever created from the vacuum of a cancelled convention, #NotCon.
On the season premiere of BGN Season 5, we discuss Star Wars Celebration with a newly-returned Zack Patterson (having spent most of his time in lines). We also discuss Rob Lowe taking on the role of the Colonel in the KFC commercials (while somehow channeling JFK). We also talk about BK's underhanded marketing with the (unwitting) help of Google and Wikipedia. We review the newest series of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and also shocked to find out there is enough of a market to still want four Avatar sequels.
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The Internet...the final frontier. These are the travels of Boldly Going Nowhere. Our on-going mission? To explore the strange new realms of nerddom, join hosts Colin Caccamise, Brian Massey and Sean Holmes for a weekly podcast that blends pop culture and the week's latest nerd news. We have an assortment of guests on from actors to musicians, to friends and family. We discuss the technicolor rainbow that is pop culture and it's impact on the culture. Strap in and sit tight, cause you're Boldly Going Nowhere...