The Nerd Lunch Indy panel completed the Indiana Jones trilogy, but found out there was one more Indy movie to cover. Apparently in 2008, there was another Indiana Jones movie made called Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Okay...okay, we knew they made it, but we try to forget it. Alas, we remember it one more [...]
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Pax jumps in to talk about the differences between the novelization and the movie for the second Indiana Jones sequel.
In the comments section of Jeeg's chicken post, Fitz pointed out that we've overlooked a major nerd event here lately. Indiana Jones returned in his fourth movie adventure. I am a fan of the first and third movies and enjoyed the Young Indy shows for the most part. For some reason, the new movie doesn't [...]
Wow…2016 has been some year. From celebrity deaths to divisive politics, 2016 has brought a lot of turmoil on a massive scale. And it’s also hit close to home for many personally, even within the Nerd Lunch family. However, for as bad as the maligned 2016 has been, it’s had some bright spots, too and [...]
The Nerd Lunch Indiana Jones panel reunites for the third installment in the franchise. They discuss the River Phoenix Indy origin story, the fact that plot is overshadowed by fun and how Sean Connery and Harrison Ford have great on-screen chemistry. If you download and listen, you chose wisely.
Since Pax did not have a chance to give his rebuttals to the regular Nerd Lunch Indy panel, he assembled an alternate panel for this special "B-Side Edition" of a Temple of Doom discussion. Joined by Rob Graham, John the Engineernerd, and new guest Brad (@FijiMermaid on Twitter), they counter and balance the discussion from [...]
Todd from JunkFed and Kay from Hyperspace Theories return to the Indiana Jones panel for a discussion on the second in the series, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Hear our thoughts on the prequel aspect of the movie, eyeball soup, and Willard Scott. And Todd gives us a two word answer for why [...]
We begin a new series of movie drill down, this time, we dig deep into the Indiana Jones series. Starting with the first film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, we are joined by Kay and Todd to find out what we liked about the pulp serial-inspired film. And as a bonus, here lots of real [...]
"Terra Incognita" is a new reality adventure series on SyFy. Sort of. It's the real-life adventures of ex-Special Forces officer turned anthropologist Brendan Walker [Stargate: Atlantis's Joe Flannigan] as he travels to the world's last "unknown lands" and invariably gets into far more trouble than originally intended.So the basic idea is Indiana Jones gets a [...]
Say what you will about this entry, (I know I'm no huge fan of his) but his creation of Star Wars completely changed Nerdom. Not only were special effects pushed to the limit like never before, but merchandising the property alone had a huge impact. Nerdom became mainstream in a way like never before. With [...]