5 items from 2011
Welcome back to our weekly look at the new podcasts available at our “partners in podcast crime” the GeekCast Radio Network. Each week we bring you the highlights from Gcrn, with descriptions and links to each and every episode.
Mwire – Special Episode – Films of Fall/Winter 2011
With Summer nearly over and so many great films have been released we look ahead to the rest of 2011. This time OptimusSolo joins Steve/Megatron and TFG1Mike as they pick the films they are most interested in seeing from August to December 2011. This will be a recurring “preview” episode each Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter. Unleash The Movie Geek In You! Listen Now.
Attf / ToyCast – TFCon 2011 Roundup
The 10th Annual TFCon was this past weekend TFG1Mike sits down with The Goddamn Protoman one of the organizers of the convention and Jaws Deadeye a convention goer. TFG1Mike has Protoman go through the entire weekends events. »
Title: Conan The Adventurer 1991 Animated Series by Hasbro Starring: Garry Chalk, Michael Donovan, Janyse Jaud Running Time: 5 hours, 2 discs, Unrated- for all audiences Conan of Cimmeria is on a quest to search for the evil serpent-man and wizard Wrath-Amon, who imprisoned Conan’s family into living stone. Armed with a sword forged from a mysterious star metal, he and his friends set off on a journey to save Conan’s family and also find adventure. I probably watched this show growing up, and one thing I couldn’t stand about kids cartoon shows is the pandering. There’s always an overly cutesy or annoying character with the weird screechy voice that »
Say this for "The Killing": The identity of Rosie Larsen's murderer may still be murky, but the show is playing it pretty straight with viewers in terms of answering other questions.
Last week's episode, for instance, ended with Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) being tackled by a team of FBI agents as they were following a lead in the Larsen case. Where other shows might drag out the "why" of that for a while, "The Killing" wastes little time in answering, as you can see in the clip below from Sunday's (May 15) episode, "Stonewalled."
Linden and Lt. Oakes (Garry Chalk) meet with the bureau to share information on their respective investigations, and it seems that the FBI was also keeping an eye on the mosque Linden and Holder visited last week. The FBI also wonders whether Rosie might have had any ties to the mosque. Linden is doubtful, »
Last night’s episode, “Vengeance” ended on what was one of the biggest Wtf moments in television. Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) followed an extremely loose lead to an address slipped to them by an unknown person at a mosque (actually if you re-watch the episode it is a woman who slips by them and drops it into Linden’s shoe) to what appeared to be some abandoned slaughterhouse or abattoir. Without a search warrant or probable cause Holder busts in only to discover the place is deserted and doesn’t look like it’s been in business for quite a while. We never do see what it was they discovered in that locked room but it left them speechless until the FBI busted in and put them cuffs. Will this have some real contribution to the end of the story? At this point it’s »
- Ernie Estrella
Rejoice Syfy Saturday night movie fans! Behemoth is another original movie that Syfy will unleash on DVD in April. The film is directed by David Hogan and written by Rachelle S. Howie. It stars Ed Quinn (Eureka), Pascale Hutton, Cindy Busby, William B. Davis, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Garry Chalk, Ty Olsson and James Kirk. Vivendi Entertainment will release the flick on April 5th as part of their "Maneater Series". Synopsis:
An earthquake reactivates a long-dormant volcano threatening the small town of Ascension, trembling in its shadow. But the gaping maws in the region reveal evidence of something else a centuries-old subterranean creature at last given the chance to break free in a black cloud of fire and ash. As the Behemoth wreaks havoc, it's a race against time as a small band of rescuers fight it with a force as destructive as the beast itself.
5 items from 2011
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