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How does one even begin preparing themselves to create the follow-up to some of the greatest movies of all time? The Lord of the Rings trilogy not only has garnered accolades and commercial success, but also managed making the Academy Awards…
In this our 63rd (LIVE) episode of the Braingasm Podcast we are joined by stalwart champion Scott Johnson (@scottpjthoughts) and Chicago Jonathan (look him upon spill).
We broadcasted live on Sunday May 27th for a roaring audience of thousands...in theory. We had a lot of fun and played as much as we worked to deliver the fine program that you're about to listen to.
We started with a little What's Been Filling Our Voids.…
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Warning! This review contains spoilers!
Greetings readers. I've decided I'm going to take a crack at written reviews instead of video ones. Reason being that the video reviews take quite a bit of time to create. Being a college student, I am not blessed with the gigantic amount of time that I used to have. Written reviews take considerably less time, and I can express myself more thoroughly through words rather than speaking, since my voice gets incredibly shaky while recording. So,…Continue
What does it take to be an action hero? Would the protagonist require bulging, veiny, greasy biceps? Do they need to be able to dive out of an explosion in slow motion? What if the key components that comprise a true action hero were less than flashy traits such as assertive decision-making? Crafty/MacGyver-esque resourcefulness? How about an iron will? Enter: Liam…Continue
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Hello, fellow Spillios! Tonight I was fortunate enough to catch a special early screening of Liam Neeson's latest you-wish-you-were-as-manly-as-me vehicle, The Grey. Now, we've all seen the exciting trailer that culminates with Neeson, glass-covered knuckles ready, about to face off with the biggest, baddest wolf outside of grandma's house. But what you will be surprised (pleasantly, I hope) to hear is that, vicious wolves aside, The Grey is a far more melancholy and somber…Continue
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