Four topics, one drilldown. What could possibly go wrong? Join Doug Frye, Jeeg, Pax, and CT in the Nerd Lunch Labs for yet another experiment in podcasting.
Photo by Marco Verch Jeeg, CT, Brad Sammut, Adam Pope, Josh Monken, and the unseen hand of Pax conduct a tournament to crown the best third movie (threequel) of all time.
Ned Lurch returns for the final time as the Nerd Lunch Podcast crew welcomes William Bruce West and they come up with the "WORST ACTION FIGURE LINE EVER."
It's the first ever Nerd Lunch commentary / watchalong episode as Jeeg, CT, and Pax take in the Italian superhero flick They Call Me Jeeg. Toxic waste, sparkly shirts, abandoned streets, and pudding cups; this movie has it all. Fire up a video stream and join the nerds for one of their worst ideas ever.
The Nerd Lunch crew is joined by podcasting veteran Chris "Tank" Tanksi and they create different pop culture halls ofs fames. Hear what merits getting inducted, the layout and the judges criteria for the slasher, novelization, 80s action figures and Starfleet officers halls of fame.
On this episode we are joined by Digio from Classic Film Jerks to add more lands to the Nerd Lunch World Amusement Park. Come find out what rides and attractions exist in Ninja Land, He-Man Land and more!
It's the fifth Tuesday in July and the Sweet Sixteen is back to crown the best ice cream flavor. Joining Pax and CT are Dubba from On Second Scoop, Josh Monken from the You May Contribute A Verse podcast, and a bedridden Jeeg via text message. Hang on to your waffle cone because this tournament [...]
CT and Jeeg welcome Rob Graham and Pax's notes for the final time they will do their movie menus topic. Predator, Three Amigos, and more get discussed!
On this episode of Nerd Lunch we are joined again by the Batman 75 rhyme team of Jay and Michael May to discuss the two Tim Burton Batman movies for the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Batman.
Image by ekajogja Join Jeeg, CT, Pax, and Michael May for some predictions about everyone's favorite Cajun superhero, Gambit, and his standalone movie that will never be made.