As an addendum to our Star Trek VI drilldown in episode 327, Pax does a special episode of I Read Movies where he discusses the Star Trek VI novelization by JM Dillard.
Evan Hanson joins us to finally complete our series of Star Trek movie drill downs. We dive into The Undiscovered Country by quoting lots of Shakespeare and uncovering a Shakespeare conspiracy theory. What did the Nerd Lunchers like, what did they not like and are they glad this is the last film with the full [...]
In the newest episode of Nerd Lunch Prime we are joined by Kay to create brand new toylines for movies.
Disney loves making live-action versions of its cartoon library, but how many of them are actually good? Geek Kay and Christian Nielsen join Michael May to talk about the phenomenon and also figure out how they'd approach remaking Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Hercules, The Three Caballeros, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
This month, instead of asking guests questions, he has to answer listener questions! No question is off limits! From favorite Halloween costume to biggest life decision you didn't make, make sure you check out this episode. Who would be the ultimate celebrity guest? Who would play Chaps in the movie about his life? Listen and [...]
Way back in episode 228, we did Nerd Lunch Civil War. Now, eclectik comes back on the show to host a sequel. The Nerds are presented with popular divisive topics and must pick a side and argue why they pick it. Monopoly or Scrabble? Brosnan or Moore? Michael Jackson or Prince? And so much more.
Shawn Robare, Evan Hanson, and Michael May unpack Unbreakable, sift through Split, and get into Glass. They also converse on the career of M Night Shyamalan, wondering if one of us has made a gross error and wasted the other person's valuable time.
The Star Wars panel is back to discuss the Solo movie that they didn't talk about in May 2018.
Andrew Bloom of Classic Film Jerks returns to the podcast pitching a topic of his own. In this episode we swap the casts from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe films. How many times will we cast Jeremy Irons? Only one way to find out---listen now!
Evan Hanson, Jay Ryan, Paxton Holley, and Michael May hang out in the sinister Bats Cave, talking about the first screen appearance of the Dark Knight in the 1943 serial, Batman. There are thrills and there are shudders, but mostly there’s a lot of laughter as the panel spelunks deep into the Caped Crusader’s history.