We almost did it! We almost got a podcast recorded for June! Then we didn’t. Now it’s July and here’s the podcast we tried to do in June. Todd and Skelton are back with a new mostly-regular-style podcast while Falk is away working hard on television for you all to enjoy this fall! The best part of this one is a cold reading where Todd has to do all the work! Take that, Todd!
It’s another triumphant return for the Film Pigs! Believe it or not, all 3 pigs are back with a regular podcast! This one has everything: breaking movie news, a riveting discussion, social justice, strange line readings, a mind-numbing cold reading, a trivia quiz, Todd’s senseless rage at the trivia quiz, and more! You’re welcome, internet!Continue reading The Film Pigs Podcast #57: Second-Tier Comic Book Movies
The Film Pigs are back with a brand-new podcast for April. This episode is a regular podcast but minus Film Pig Stephen Falk, who is off having a successful career. However, the remaining unemployed Pigs are joined by special guest David T. Cole of Previously.TV and the fabulous Extra Hot Great podcast! Movie news, scintillating discussion, legal drama, and a challenging game are all packed into this episode. Plus, for the first time ever, a guest ambushes the Pigs with a surprise segment! (And for more of the great David T. Cole, give a listen to our commentary on Commando!)Continue reading The Film Pigs Podcast #54: Marvel vs. DC Comic Book Movies
Skelton goes to an afternoon screening of MAN OF STEEL and is struck by how drab a comic book movie can be. Also, he doesn’t talk about this in the vlog, but the theater was covered in garbage from the previous screening. Why can’t the movie-going public clean up after themselves? Seriously, you guys.
The Pigs are joined by comic actor and MTV producer Shane Nickerson to discuss this week’s movie releases, including the new Michael Bay movie with all the shiny muscles. Also, Steve Skelton breaks down the differences between superhero movies of yesterday and today. Steve Falk and Todd Anderson contribute very little, but do look quite handsome. Continue reading GeekNation Show #39: Away!
Last time we posted a video about a Batman movie, Warner Brothers had it yanked. So, try, try again we must! Steve and Todd but not Steve weigh in on the nearly three-hour comic book movie. Let me repeat that last part: NEARLY THREE HOUR COMIC BOOK MOVIE! Also, enjoy some incredibly blurry camera work!