Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, when disks were floppy, graphics were VGA, and gaming was great. Jeeg, Pax, and guest Christian Nielsen discuss some of their favorite computer game soundtracks, goofy gaming violence, lame cutscenes, and more.
Jeeg and Pax are joined by Sexy Armpit Jay and Michael May for the 2018 Halloween episode. In this episode we select 16 movie monsters, put them in tournament brackets, and debate until we get a winner. And there are some good discussions in this one. Download and find out for yourself!
This month on Nerd Lunch presents Down the Rabbit Hole, we are joined by onsecondscoop.com's Dubba and we talk about treats and no tricks on Wikipedia. Okay, some tricks, too. But what is no trick is this is an episode that you are not going to want to miss because there's a very special announcement. [...]
On this episode we are joined by Shawn Robare to do a drilldown on the Ready Player One movie released this year. This is a followup to episode 97 where we did a drilldown on the original book by Ernest Cline.
Deleted discussion from episode 97 about an eventual Ready Player One movie from back in 2013.
Adam from SequelQuest and our old co-founder PLee hop on the show to rifle through some old cheap comic bins and create super hero teams again. This time, it's all young characters as we form the 50 Cent Bin Teen Titans.
Andrew Bloom from Classic Film Jerks returns to the Hole and we do a "classic holin'" by visiting Wikipedia and giving ourselves no theme. We learn about all the things Ben Franklin invented along the way. Hashtag education!
Photo by Krista John Vanover joins us in the Fourth Chair this week to spend the 99 Jeegbucks we've each earned as our Nerd Lunch appearance fee. The catch is those bucks can only be spent in the online store assigned to us by another member of the podcast panel. Listen to find [...]
On this episode of Nerd Lunch the guys are joined by William Bruce West to create a University based on the podcast. We talk about a location, a mascot, and we round table our ideas for classes and professors. It's a fun discussion we think you'll enjoy.
Tim Lybarger from The Neighborhood Archive joins us in the Fourth Chair this week to discuss Won't You Be My Neighbor?, the recent Fred Rogers documentary. We touch on our history with Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, anticipation for the film, favorite elements, and how we were affected by it all. Listen in to find out why [...]