Mon, 3 November 2014
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Science fiction writer Scott Pearson (Star Trek: The Original Series: The More Things Change) and his daughter discuss the books, TV shows, comics, and movies that are currently feeding their geek. With a shout-out to their favorite restaurant in Duluth, Minnesota. Plus, soda. Bonus: A PSA on wearing your seatbelts and how to recover from drifting off the freeway. Hey, it’s potpourri.
A Generations Geek Public Service Announcement 1:13
The Enemy by Charlie Higson 5:58
A Star Trek Binge 8:37
Agents of SHIELD 10:00
The Walking Dead 12:07
The Time-Wasting Internet 15:52
The Flash 17:16
In the Flesh 17:50
Agent Carter and the MU 19:10
Hawkeye and Deadpool comics 19:30
Parallel Man and Steed and Mrs. Peel 21:28
Age of Ultron 22:43
The Winter Soldier 26:34
More Age of Ultron 27:41
The Martian 29:26
The Battle of Five Armies 30:15
Sun, 2 November 2014
Here's how Tim describes this episode:
"All Hallow’s Eve is upon us soon and if you’re like me, you want to watch, rewatch or discover some horror movies this week. To that end, I’m very excited that Rick Dominicus sat down with me this week to discuss that very subject. Rick’s been working in Hollywood for over 14 years now as a librarian, archivist and assistant editor for hit shows like “WWE Legends House,” “The League” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” An assistant editor does not get the editor their coffee and dry cleaning. The job of an AE is actually managing and organizing enormous volumes digital media making it efficiently accessible.
When he’s not making editors lives easy, Rick is making his own life and his friends’ life easier with a vast collection of movies from all over the world. Rick puts the word “cinephile” to shame and he kindly took time from his hectic workload on the reality show staple “Shark Tank” to give us a detailed guide on both iconic and hidden gem horror movies. Films from Europe, the far east and from various generations are discussed. And in the end, we transition from horror to horrifying as we delve into movies that challenge the bravest viewers from whatever time of year. A great listen for anyone looking to discover movies off the beaten paths."
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