It has been several days since the killing of George Floyd, an act that has cast a blinding light on racism, both the deep hatred within the hearts of men and the long-standing systemic racism that exists, especially in the United States. Outside of a few minor tweets on both the Nerd Lunch account and [...]
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Art by Scott Pearson After almost nine years of podcasting and over a year of build up, the moment has come. We have made it to the final episode of the podcast. This one is special, Lunchketeers. In fact, so special, that I'm not going to give you an outline of what you [...]
Mike Westfall, Michael DiGiovanni, Annaliese Trammel, and Paxton Holley join Michael May for another round of the classic Nerd Lunch feature: "Turning Movies into TV Shows." After a discussion of what movie-based TV shows have worked (and which haven't), the panel pitches TV shows based on A League of Their Own, Gremlins, Xanadu, Tomorrowland, and Pretty in Pink.
One more episode to go after this!! In this episode, the final guest episode, we are joined by Nerd Lunch's very first 4th Chair Army member, Shawn Robare. And we are talking about pop culture things that a) We Just Can't Quit and b) That We are Done With.
I wish I could remember where I got this idea. I think I saw someone do something similar with Ant-Man action figures once. However, I've always been a big fan of the Atom so I thought I'd take the idea and use it for myself. Collect enough figures of the character at varying [...]
CT welcomes PLee back. After a quick discussion about the first episode of Star Trek: Picard, the two of them launch into one of their nerdiest discussions ever. They run through possible options for Deep Space Nine if different Next Generation characters had joined the cast instead of Worf. And there's even a quick run [...]
For our 350th episode and our next to next to last episode, we wanted to do something special and extravagant, but decided to discard extravagant and just do something special. Jeff Somogyi and Jonathan DeMuth return one last time to resurrect the ol' Rabbit Hole. Can we get from the page for the Five-Second Rule [...]
If you're bummed about No Time to Die getting pushed back to November, have no fear. William Bruce West, Doug Frye, Evan Hanson, Rob Graham, and Michael May have created the best spy movie in the world and you can enjoy it right this very second in your imagination.
Finishing out the Nerd Lunch Hip Hop show series Pax is joined by two of the hip hop show veterans, Jaime Hood from the Beastie Boys show and Eclectik from the NWA show. We are talking all about The Fat Boys, their music, their movies, and their legacy.