We dive into a wold of bank bonds, wild wolf's & mysterious mattresses.Read more
We talk about the first regular episode of Due South after the pilot. We discuss how a mattresses can appear from no where, how Diefenbaker is able to leap tall gates in a single bound and how Michelle has almost managed to remember the email, twitter and Facebook for the show. All this and Mini Mountie club and so much more!
Welcome back to another jam packed episode of NerdVsWorld. On this week's show, Brendan and Spindles give their thoughts on some of the new shows for the 2017-18 season. Spindles reports back from The Weekend at the Asylum and we talk over that Game of Thrones finale.
For a list of all the new upcoming shows, check out the list on the site at https://www.wonkyspanner.com/news/tv/2017-fall-tv-schedule
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It’s our favourite time of year over at NerdVsWorld, that wonderful time when all our favourite shows return and some likely new favourites begin their runs. Here’s our list of the new and returning shows we’re most looking forward too.
Sunday 10th September
The Orville - Fox **NEW SERIES**
Outlander - Starz
The Deuce - HBO **NEW SERIES**
Fear the Walking Dead - AMC
Wednesday 13th September
South Park - Comedy Central
Friday 15th September
American Vandal - Netflix **NEW SERIES**
Thursday 21st September
Gotham - Fox
Sunday 24th September
Star Trek: Discovery - CBS **NEW SERIES**
Monday 25th September
The Big Bang Theory - CBS
Young Sheldon - CBS ...Read more
Detective Squee, Montie Michelle and Dottie Baker are back for their first full episode to talk about the pilot episode of Due South. We discuss the fact this was meant to be a TV movie originally, the excellent casting for even small parts and how they nail the characters from the start, but maybe 1hr30mins was more time than this episode needed. Now if we can just work out playing the sound clips correctly and we can keep our Mini Mountie under control we might have a show here!
Detective Squee & Mountie Michelle sit down with the wolf Dottie Baker to talk about Due South. In this preview episode we introduce you to the new podcast and how we plan to worship Due South one episode at a time. First regular episode next week!
Welcome back to The Wonky Gamer! Episode 29 E3 2017! Year of the sequels and sad pandas, In this episode, we will be discussing all things E3! Including Biowares new game Anthem, to the collossual heights of Spiderman, all this and more in this weeks Wonky Gamer!
Please leave us your thoughts in the comments section. We have changed things up a bit this week and we'd love to hear your opinion! Also make sure to like and subscribe.
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Hello and Welcome to the show notes for NerdVsWorld Episode: 86.. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Nerds.
On this weeks show Bren and Spindles are joined by Rammy for The Wonky Gamer Podcast.
Together they review The Defenders mini-series, Valerian: City of a Thousand Planets, and the gut wrenching episode of Game of Thrones, Beyond the Wall.
Rammy also adds his five films to the “NerdVsWorld List of Films You Need To See”, and we finish off by discussing the latest casting rumours for the Doctor’s companion, and filling you in on where we’re going to be out and about over the next few months.
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Set in the world of Godzilla (2014) but way earlier during the cold war, an unmapped island is discovered and a team set up to investigate it. Before long, they are accosted by giant gorilla and settle in to discover that the island is full of gigantic versions of animals, a peaceful human tribe, and ruled by Kong himself. Now…I wasn’t excited by this film (nor interested at all) as I’ve never been a fan of monster movies and the first in this universe quite frankly sucked (Broderik’s Godzilla is perhaps the exception). But a raving review from a trusted friend, a reasonable trailer, and a cast consisting of half of the Marvel universe persuaded me to give it a go. I was not only not disappointed but actually impressed with what followed, for reasons I’ll outline below.
Overall, the film was good at balancing the serious storytelling with humour whilst never actually descending into a comedy. It carried tones humans overstepping their boundaries into things which they don’t...Read more
It’s fair to say that I was excited for The Defenders. The Netflix MCU branch has been strong throughout (bar Iron Fist, comments about which you can see in my review) and the potential in a get-together was high. Much as Avengers Assemble brought together the feed from five films into one of the best superhero movies ever, Defenders was poised to do the same with five shows feeding into a more gritty and aggressive cousin of the film epic. What we were handed did not live up to that hype nor potential. It wasn’t overall bad but just suffered in several ways in which it shouldn’t have. It wasn’t the meh of Iron Fist but it didn’t capture what it was set up to do. But let’s stop being mean, what did the show do well?
Its first strength was not starting us off with an assembled team. The show felt like a natural coming together of four independent stories. We start with our heroes in their respective lives working through events following on from their recent shows. Bit by bit...Read more