The RadioBastard Podcast Shuts Down All The Trash Compactors On The Detention Level

- 12-15-14Featured, Nerd Culture Posted by Jeremy R! Hudson

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This time on PODCAST, HUMOR Jeremy and guest host (that is totally not Jason) Neil B. Deep (see? Not Jason,) gather around the glowing internet fire to discuss all manner of things that pertain to fitness, finance, and faith. Also reports indicate that Marvel and Sony discussed a Spider-Man double-team and Deadpool is happening (I know you already knew that… just go with it). Also there are other things!

Here are the other things! (more…)

The Walking Dead: Just What The Hell Is Morgan Up To?

- 12-09-14Comics, TV Posted by Mark Poynter

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One of the hottest topics in season five of AMC‘s The Walking Dead was the return of Morgan Jones (Leenie James). There’s all kinds of speculation about what he is doing and why. Morgan has been a fan favorite character since the premiere episode and his return in season three was not a happy one. Along comes season five and bam! There’s Morgan, looking like some apocalyptic bad-ass. Did anyone one else get that The Book of Eli feeling when he showed up on-screen? What’s Morgan up to? (more…)

Walking Dead Fans Petition AMC To “Bring Back Beth”

- 12-08-14Comics, TV Posted by Mark Poynter

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If you haven’t seen mid-season finale of The Walking Dead and somehow missed it when AMC’s Walking Dead Facebook page spoiled the big character death of the episode before it even aired on the West Coast, then I apologize for spoiling it for you now. Seriously though, how the hell did you avoid it? You’d have to be cave diving or living on an Amish farm for the last week to have avoided finding out. A lot of fans aren’t happy with what happened and one took to Change.Org to start a petition to change everything and bring back Beth. No, that is not a joke and it has over 29,000 supporters. (more…)

The RadioBastard Podcast Found The Droids You Were Looking For

- 12-04-14Featured, Nerd Culture Posted by Jeremy R! Hudson

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Welcome back to the Award Seeking RadioBastard podcast, I’m drunk.

This time on the show, we’re talking about Star Wars and a bunch of stuff that isn’t Star Wars (but mainly Star Wars,) so buckle in for some talk about Star Wars ’cause we’ve got the teaser trailer, the careful and calm dissection of that trailer, adorabot naming rights, the finer points of DYI light sabery and, disbelief over the John Boyega hate.

Oh, and the other stuff? How about: (more…)

AMC Makes A Boo Boo And Issues An Apology To ‘The Walking Dead’ Fans

- 12-02-14Comics, TV Posted by Derek Robertson

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AMC – the network that airs The Walking Dead – issued an apology to fans of the series due to a major miscalculation on their part. The apology was issued due to a spoiler being released shortly after the mid-season finale aired on the East Coast. This kind of thing seems to be happening more frequently nowadays, with news/spoilers spreading like wildfires straight after they have aired on the East Coast. Thusly, all it takes is one person to post the spoiler on their social network feed – create a chain reaction – and ruin it for everyone else. What can one do? Avoid social media altogether? Avoid the internet? It’s difficult to prevent spoilers nowadays, but when it has came about due to a very bad judgement call from the Network that airs the show – that just takes the biscuit. (more…)

TV Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E8 – “Coda”

- 12-01-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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The difference between these characters in earlier seasons versus the mid-season finale of season five is that they trust themselves and eachother. We don’t get long drawn out monologues from Rick, nor do we hear extensive arguments about group strategy or drawn out negotiations with enemies. That evolution reverberates from the beginning of “Coda,” through to the end.  (more…)

TV REVIEW: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E7 – “Crossed”

- 11-24-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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We open shortly after the events of “Four Walls and a Roof.” Daryl is back with the group and he and everyone else are tearing apart the church. “Crossed” isn’t an action packed episode, the show is saving that for next week’s mid-season finale. Read on to see how it sets everything in motion for the future of the show.  (more…)

The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Cried For An Hour Before Filming Mid-Season Finale

- 11-21-14Comics, TV Posted by Derek Robertson

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Those of us who watch The Walking Dead (which will more than likely be most of us then) know the character of Daryl Dixon to be a tough-as-nails, no-holds-barred, crossbow-wielding-badass. As for Norman Reedus – the actor who plays Daryl – maybe not so much. In a recent magazine interview, Reedus opened up about filming the mid-season finale, which has still to air a week on Sunday, and revealed that he cried for an hour in preparation for filming. (more…)

Kirkman Explains Something Weird in this Season’s ‘Walking Dead’

- 11-17-14Comics, TV Posted by Adam A. Donaldson

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Do you watch The Walking Dead weekly? Do you remember Beth (Emily Kinney)? Are you starting to think that her sister Maggie (Lauren Cohan) doesn’t? You’re not alone. Aside from all the other unanswered questions in the fifth season of The Walking Dead, the biggest may be why Maggie isn’t more concerned about the whereabouts of her half-sister Beth, or more to the point, why she hasn’t even taken two-and-a-half seconds out of the very busy season to ponder the question: “I wonder what happened to Beth?” Fortunately, Walking Dead comic creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman has appeared with an answer. An oddly pragmatic and straightforward answer, but an answer nonetheless. (more…)

TV REVIEW: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E6 – “Consumed”

- 11-17-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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“Consumed” is an episode where nothing happens, and yet you cannot take your eyes off of the screen. The action is in the chemistry between Melissa McBride (Carol) and Norman Reedus (Daryl) and their inner thoughts. What matters is what is unsaid.  (more…)