On this episode on BGN, we discuss the weird trend in films with Disney (13 live action reboots announced) and Star Wars (multiple films announced). We also discuss the possibility of DC's comeback in the realm of film (Wonder Woman, Justice League trailer), we also review Logan (with all of its face shredding).
On this episode, James Cameron is back for more Terminator action, Star Wars: Episode VIII finally has a title and we also look ahead to DeNiro's new film "The Comedian". On the Split/Stream, we talk about the poor outing Netflix is having this month, we also pay our respects for Mary Tyler Moore and John Hurt. Last but definitely not least , we chat with Matthew Goodson-Orr, the CEO of Borough Con, held in the NYC area this Memorial Day weekend! FEEL THE HYPE!!!
Interested in more of Borough Con? Check out their website at www.boroughcon.com/
On this episode of BGN, we discuss the much-talked about second trailer to Logan, we discuss the NES Classic (again) and the fact that Nintendo and Reggie Fils-Aimé are a bunch of dirty, rotten liars when it comes to the reasoning behind the system's limited quantities. We also finally get the details on the Nintendo Switch (battery life, system configuration and hardware). We also discuss the joy of watching George W. Bush not know how to work a poncho at the Inauguration ceremony.
On a very special BGN, Clayton Myers joins us live at Dublin Roasters, we celebrate the holidays talking about our favorite "Not Christmas" Christmas films. The criteria? It must take place within the Christmas season (post Thanksgiving to New Years' Day), but the plot must not center on the holiday or the celebration of the holiday. Think we missed one? Leave a comment below and we'll add them to the list for next year!
On this very special post-Thanksgiving episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss our excitement of Black Santa at Mall of America. We also discuss Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher’s affair on the set of Star Wars. Also, we discuss Minecraft: The Movie and Steve Carell as a possible lead. On the Fat Shack, we talk General Tso’s Chicken, Nutella Sandwiches and Cheesy Tots. On the Split/Stream, we discuss all the comings and goings on Netflix this month as well as Netflix’s move for viewing without streaming.
On this very special Thanksgiving episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss our excitement of Amazon’s release of The Grand Tour (the spiritual successor to the BBC’s Top Gear). We also discuss new developments in the world of gaming like Pokemon (Pokemon Go changes and Pokemon Sun and Moon), also failures (The NES Mini debacle). Also, our wish-list for a Super NES Mini and we talk about the Thanksgiving traditions we are the most excited about.
On this episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, Colin outlines his way to save the Star Fox franchise after the disappointing outing of Star Fox Zero. We discuss things that must go into the new game titled Star Fox: Armada, like online co-op campaigns and multiplayer matches and multi-strategy combat (ground, air and sea), it's a combination Battlefront, Mass Effect and the Star Fox franchise. Tell us you wouldn't play that...
On this very special episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss the World Series 2016 and how Colin might be Baseball Nostradamus, we also discuss Samsung's newest line of exploding products (dishwashers?). In the world of television, are we getting Hawkeye Netflix series? Could that work? Special guest host Clayton Myers discusses some controversies within recent films with the audience such as the Ghostbusters reboot and Star Trek: Beyond.
If you'd like to see more of Clayton Myers' work, please check him out on IMDB at www.imdb.com/name/nm2335279/
Special thanks to Tagg Nation, Alex and Jennifer from the DC Podfest team for making this one of our best live shows EVER!
On this week's episode on BGN, we discuss the ghosts of McDonald's Past, we talk about the downfall of Vine and the Pixar switcharoo between The Incredibles 2 and Toy Story 4. We discuss the World Series 2016 and about how crazy it is that the two teams who have been out of the October Classic the longest are in it.
On this episode, we discuss the plethora of trailers that have dropped such as Rogue One, Logan and Red Dead Redemption 2. We also discuss Donald Glover announced as Lando Calrissian in the solo Han Solo movie. We also gush about all the possible pros and cons of the Nintendo Switch!
On this episode, we discuss Hurricane Matthew, Food stuffs in The Fat Shack, Luke Cage, Top Gear, and much more!
On this episode we discuss The Rock is the world's highest-paid actor, the Juno probe makes its closest pass of Jupiter yet and DeLorean is coming back to the future with a new model in 2017. We also have a new Split/Stream discussing what’s coming and going on Netflix in September, also we discuss what Marvel/DC property we’d like to see come to streaming TV services.
We discuss Pokemon GO’s banishment by Iran over security concerns, Angela Jolie “teaching” at Georgetown University and the death of VHS players. We also debut of Pizza ATM’s in the U.S. at Xavier University on the Fat Shack.
We’re on the second half of Day 2 of AwesomeCon, we coo over a baby Togepi cosplayer, why Star Trek: Beyond might be good film? We also discuss creepy music videos by REO Speedwagon and sing Tommy Tutone's greatest hit. We also talk about the best cosplayer at the con, the cockblocking old lady saving the Clock Tower from Back to the Future.
Boldly Going Nowhere: Episode 154 – AwesomeCon 2016: Day 2 - Part 1: 95% of People are Barrowman-Sexual
We’re on Day 2 of AwesomeCon, we discuss Zack’s experiences from Day 1 (being hit on by John Barrowman, his tweets to Darth Vader and his excitement over meeting Peter Capaldi (the current Doctor). We discuss how Karl Urban’s Dredd is superior to Stallone’s, how Michael Biehn’s likeness has been ripped off in video-game culture and why Krillin is a underappreciated DBZ cosplayer. We discuss Supernatural squirrels (Stuffed squirrels dressed as Supernatural characters) and we also see Kylo Ren post-temper tantrum.
Boldly Going Nowhere: Episode 153 – AwesomeCon 2016: Day 1 - Part 2: Lana in the Streets, Lex in the Sheets
We continue our coverage live from the floor of Awesome Con 2016! Sean and Jordan (and later Colin) discuss topics like Cosmo cosplay, how no one named Gil would like the Simpsons and how Sean has a strange introduction to the world of modern anime. We also take notice of a Supergirl mannequin whose closer in appearance to Lex Luthor.
On this episode of BGN, we're live at AwesomeCon 2016 talking to the crowds. We also talk with Tim of the Ray, Tim and Rob Show (www.raytimandrob.com/), we discuss recent Marvel events, Image titles and our excitement for Luke Cage and The Punisher series on Netflix.
On this episodem it’s a very non-traditional BGN this week. We dive in to our plans for Awesome Con 2016. We communicate with a Twitch user from Madagascar. A fight breaks out in the chat room shortly after to our laughter.
On this episode, we invite Ben Schmerler on Skype to talk about everything from Burger King’s Green and Red Whoppers to the possibility of the role of James Bond being graced with a female actor. Special Guest “Gandalf the Grey” opens the show all that, Twupdate and more here on Boldly Going Nowhere!
On this rather impromptu and raw interview, we talk to Wes Johnson and talk to him about his upcoming appearance at AwesomeCon 2016! We discuss things he wants to see, we want to see, and everything we might be afraid to see! We also geek out about everything 60's Batman!
Tonight on Boldly Going Nowhere, we talk about how much you can pay for a founding father's hair before it becomes weird, we talk about how crappy diets might help you live longer if the recent crop of supercentenarians is to be believed. We lament that Stan Lee is retiring from the comic convention scene and laugh at the prospect of Julia Child laying a verbal smackdown on Gordon Ramsey.
On this episode of Boldly Going Nowhere , Jordan discusses a double dose of death, we dish out our thoughts of Captain America: Civil ͏Wa͏r (Spoilers!) We also talk about how Jumanji is getting a reboot 20 years too soon, Morley Safer retiring and also how rap/rock does not help the Assassin's Creed trailer.
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