This week, we interview Jeff Ryan, the writer of "Super Mario: How Nintendo Conquered America". We discuss Nintendo's past, present and future, we also discuss his book and other great elements of Nintendo brought up in his research.
This week we talk with Brendan Becker, better known as Inverse Phase. We discuss chiptunes, what they use in creating music, and the difficulty in self-promoting and producing.
On today's episode, we interview James Rolfe, better known as the Angry Video Game Nerd! We discuss his inspirations, his upcoming projects as well as games that we all love (or hate).
On this week's episode, we discuss our experiences at Too Many Games, cheap Chinese knockoffs and "Shows Everyone Loved as Children, But You Hated".
This week: Brian and Colin go to Wal-Mart and find ridiculous toys, Frederick is kind of scary and we also talk about our 5 tips to Podcasting. Plus, Cracked articles and ways we're horrible with money...
On this week's episode, we discuss Justin's awkward living situation with drug users, the Historic Drugstore District, Dead Rising 2 and Twisted Metal. We also introduce a new segment called "Question of the Week"!
This week we talk with Josh, Anya and Scooter of the DC Geeks podcast, we discuss movies, New Zealand, franchising and other money-making schemes and other nerdy goodness.
On this week's episode, we hear about Justin's harrowing adventures into used car buying and breakdown in Baltimore, also we discuss Home Improvement and why Tim Allen is funny (or not).
On this week's episode, we discuss Star Wars and why George Lucas should really stop. Also, we discuss the Muppets movies and why Chris Cooper should seriously consider taking up a career as a rapper.
At the "Art of Video Games" exhibit, we had the privilege of interviewing both Chris Melissinos, the curator of the exhibit along with the members of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. We also interview up-and-coming musical group Triforce Quartet, who bowled over the crowd with the classical interpretations of video game classics.
On today's episode, we interview Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood of "Whose Line is it Anyway?" fame, on the stage of the historic Weinberg Theater before they perform the live show, "Two Man Group". We discuss things you might not have seen on TV, MC Rove and how live improv can differ from TV improv.
We talk about our experiences at Yuri's Night, a celebration of the first manned spaceflight at the Artisphere in Arlington, VA. We also discuss things that might destroy your sense of childhood nostalgia (sorry in advance).
We discuss our time at the Art of Video Games exhibit hosted by the Smithsonian American Art Museum. We discuss what we liked and what we could have done without. Also, life is good, plus Brian Massey is squatting again.
Justin regales us with a story about almost getting shot in the face, also we discuss nutritional yeast and everything else wrong with Brad's Raw Chips.
This week, Brian reviews Fiddler's Elbow from Wychwood Brewing Company Ltd. and The SynapZe reviews the cinematic excretion known as The Godfather Part III.
Sean and Colin check out the latest offering from the Flying Dog movie series, Time Bandits! We discuss Sean Connery's Greek phase, dwarven thieves, and how much of dick God (or Terry Gilliam) can be.
This week on BGN Correspondence, Jordan "The SynapZe" Hazelwood reviews a box set of the Coen Brothers films, also Brian Massey of "One Drunk Geek" reviews Oak Aged Yeti from Great Divide Brewing Company.
A new hope emerges for film reviewers...Colin and Sean begin a brief interlude in film review. Our first target is "Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menance", we also delve briefly into "The People versus George Lucas".
On this week's episode, we discuss Justin's new position, which has him trying to convince old people that he's only trying to help. We also discuss how LifeAlert is bringing people closer together, one busted hip at a time.
We start discussing all aspects of MAGFest 10, from the bands to the board games, the panels and arcades and how it went down as one of our favorite conventions of all time.
On this episode, we interview The One-Ups, a musical collective hailing from Fayetteville, Arkansas. The OneUps are widely praised for their intricate and eclectic approach to their performance of video game music. The line up has often changed, but the music never disappoints.
On this episode, we interview guitarist, chiptuner, producer, engineer, and musician. You might know him from Armcannon, Metroid Metal, or Weaponex. We discuss his multiple projects as well as his favorites from the convention.
On this episode, we in interview The Megas, a Los Angeles based independent video game cover band based on the Capcom franchise, Mega Man. They differentiate themselves from artists who have played Mega Man music in the past by adding original lyrics and composing new sections which blend seamlessly with the original compositions.
BOLDLY GOING NOWHERE
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.