We remember that movie with 10-foot Smurf cats, we review Star Trek Into Darkness (or Star Trek 2: The Legend of Curly's Gold or Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan: Electric Boogaloo). The studio also gets a kitty, also the Grumpy Cat is getting a movie.
On today's episode? We give our thoughts on the Man of Steel Trailer and Iron Man 3? Is it worth spending 17 bucks to see? Also, Zack has an unfortunate accident with his face and a pole.
On today's episode, we are slightly amused at Sean's ability to turn into a uneducated Jewish lady. Justin and Katie talk about their horrible time earning extra cash in the state of the "Wild and Wonderful" at the Tough Mudder event.
On today's episode, Justin and Colin catch Hip Hop artist George Watsky after his show at the Baltimore Soundstage. They discuss such interesting topics like epic rap battles, the writing process, and road food. You can find more information on George and his work at georgewatsky.com
Well hello, On today's episode, we discuss why we haven't recorded a "relaxed" episode in a while. We discuss what went wrong and what went great at MAGFest 2013.
In this episode, Sean and Brian interview the dystopian rock artists known simply as The Protomen (Whom had just got done rocking their faces off on the main stage at MAGFest, and would go on right after this episode to rock the jamspace stage. Recorded at MAGFest 11 at the Gaylord Resort in National Harbor, Maryland.
Check out The Protomen live at on MAGFest's main stage:
Check out The Protomen on social media:
www.protomen.com/ or www.facebook.com/protomen or twitter.com/Protomen
The Protomen perform Berhemian Rhapserdy & Meow Vendetter at the MAGFest Jamspace:
In this episode, Brian takes over the mic and interviews the X-Hunters. They talk music, Mega Man, and much, much more! Recorded at Magfest 11 at the Gaylord Resort in National Harbor, Maryland. You can check out the X-Hunters online at www.facebook.com/TheXHunters or xhunters.bandcamp.com/
Amanda and Cale discuss the Grammys, what they enjoyed, what they disliked and their overall thoughts on the show. Sean and Colin welcome Zack Patterson from "The Severed Dongle" to discuss Adywan's fan edit of "Star Wars: Episode IV-A New Hope Revisited". In one word for fans...VINDICATION.
We discuss bad performances, bad commercials and talk about what else happened the night the lights went out in the Superdome. We also welcome new music segment host Amanda Cusanelli!
It's MAGFest 2013, and Boldly Going Nowhere is here again covering the event! In this segment, we interview the man, the myth, the legend...Jon St. John! In this episode we discuss Jon's humble beginnings in broadcasting, his roles in video game history and Jon doles out advice to upcoming voice actors...also interesting stories about Jon's Wikipedia entry!
It's MAGFest 2013, and Boldly Going Nowhere is here again covering the event! In this segment, we interview Kimberly Weigend, better known as Sabre of the all-female competitive gamer-squad know as the FragDolls. We discuss the FragDolls message, color guard and mutual love of BioShock.
If you'd like to learn more about the FragDolls, go to www.fragdolls.com
It's MAGFest 2013, and Boldly Going Nowhere is here again covering the event! In this segment, we interview Wes Johnson, voice actor extraordinaire better known as Sheogorath, the Daedric God of Madness. We discuss the poaching of eggs, Uncle Leo's preference of pizza and Jackie Gleason. Bonus special guests are Mike Rosson (Gob from Fallout 3) and Brad Dismukes (EPIC motion graphics artist).
Merry Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus, and normal Tuesday to everyone! Justin describes Hanukkah and some of its faults. Everyone at Castwave Studios declares their New Year's Resolutions.
Justin reviews a local(ish) folk group The Stray Birds and also shows his upper arms due to the heat. Colin and Sean review The Last Starfighter and how it truly feels to be a "Record Breaker". We also talk about how good webcomickers get injured and bad ones finish their series (Thank GOD).
Justin compares shopping for vinyl records in two local outlets in Frederick, MD, Colin and Sean reviews Wayne's World 1 and 2. We also welcome Amanda Cusanelli, who also delivers her two cents on vinyl purchases and shopping experiences.
Justin discuss the idea and concept of super-groups (like the Traveling Wilburys) in music industry, Colin and Sean review the superhero film that is "The Amazing Spider-Man", also it's Veteran's Day, as sponsored by Metamucil.
Justin reviews the album "Boys and Girls" by the Alabama Shakes, Colin and Sean review the video game themed epic that is "Wreck-It Ralph", we also discuss the buyout of Lucasfilm by Disney and our feelings on the matter.
On this week's episode? Justin has multiple musical musings, Colin and Sean discuss the 72 Hour Film Festival and Brian Massey is the Night.
We talk more about the Sweet Tea Pumpkin Pie Festival, what we liked and what we disliked. We also talk about Keanu Reeves' Oscar-caliber performance as Johnny Mnemonic.
In this new season, we discuss the Sweet Tea Pumpkin Pie Festival and how it does not live up to it's name. We also talk about how it was to experience "Back to the Future" on the big screen, thanks to Flying Dog Brewery.
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