The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News for 2/17/2017

Before jumping into this week’s Scifi News, I started to talk about my beef with Hulu and a quick review of The Great Wall with Matt Damon.

For this week, my BIG 3 scifi news items are:

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PCC Multiverse Episode Three

On this week’s episode of the PCC Multiverse is Thanos becoming the center of the Marvel universe a good thing? Josh and I weigh in with our thoughts and also talk about the battle already waging for your video game console dollar before the Nintendo Switch even appears on shelves. Plus we speculate on what exactly is going on in the DC Movie universe and what possible changes have comic book and movie fans excited. Plus the ladies of Wine Women and Words interview author Julie K. Rose about her book “Dido’s Crown” as they talk about what inspired her to write such a compelling story. Then the guys from the Super Bro Station Gamescast talk about the troubles for Pew Dew Pie. All this plus another hit song from Hyperschmitt a taste of the “Great Debate” and my conversation at this past CES about why Skybuds could just be the sound you’re looking for. It’s another great episode lined up as we head back into…the PCC Multiverse!


Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Twenty Four

On the next episode of the Pop Culture Cosmos show we’re talking the state of Star Wars as Disney gives us a taste of “The Last Jedi” and its new theme park openings. Then CEO Doki Tops of Utomik stops by to chat about his great game streaming service and explains why it often gets referred to as the “Netflix of gaming”. Then the produces of the play: The Video Games stop by to explain why their hit off Broadway show is really striking a connection with audiences. And no it’s not a rerun as our friends from the TV Ratings Guide return as we ask about all the latest rumors and ratings news in the tv marketplace. All this plus our thoughts on opening E3 to the public, another great hit from Hyperschmitt and an interview from this past CES with World Tech Toys plus a taste of the latest Double J Filmcast and more so thanks very much for checking out another jam packed episode as we delve into… the Pop Culture Cosmos!


Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Twenty Two

On this week’s episode of the Pop Culture Cosmos, Josh Pederson stops by to talk what the Last Jedi really means and if the new Square Enix-Marvel Partnership was a good move. Then Anthony Barbarin shares his thoughts talking the NBA at the halfway point and who are the surprises, disappointments and front runners so far this season. Then Christian Zamudio gives us an E-Sports update as he checks in with an EVO tournament lineup and Chris Bahner shares some final thoughts on the Royal Rumble as the road to Wrestlemania begins. All this plus another hit track from Hyperschmitt, an interview from CES with Decibullz and a BONUS episode of the Double J Filmcast with Josh and Justin talking the latest film news right after the show. It’s another stacked plate for us here so join us as we delve into the Pop Culture Cosmos!


Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Twenty

On this week’s show: Rob McCallum and Gerald Glassford talk the Nintendo Switch and about whether or not this could be their return to glory. Josh Pederson sits down with Charles Smith from Inside Sports to talk the NHL halfway point and the big winners and losers so far. Then Josh and Gerald are delving into the question with Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2, Thor Ragnarok and Spiderman Homecoming on the way plus all the Netflix, FX and ABC shows already is there too much Marvel for audiences to handle? Plus Gerald has interviews from CES 2017 with GameSir and HyperX talking about their awesome gaming peripherals PLUS a bonus episode of Wine Women and Words as Diana and Michele interview author Scot Wilbanks about his book “The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster.”



Metal Geeks 121: 2016 Rewind Geekery

The Metal Geeks return for 2017 with our annual Rewind episode as Cary the Metal Geek, Brutal Dave, George and long standing guest, Comical Justin dive into our favorite movies, tv shows, video games, comics and albums from 2016!

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Cigar Nerds Podcast Episode 58: 2016 Cigar Nerd of the Year

The Cigar Nerds

Cigar Nerds Podcast Episode 58: 2016 Cigar Nerd of the Year. Its that time again when we honor an actor that has made an impact of cigar culture with there works. The 2016 Cigar Nerd of the Year is Sylvester Stallone. This week we discuss his most smoking roll, that of Barney Ross in The Expendables. In science we discuss profiling AI, cat bondage, Chernobyl, and poop in space. In news we discuss Netflix downloads, Nintendo Park, Guardians of the Galaxy games, Marvel vs Capcom, Aquaman, and Disney gets a Death Star. When you wish upon a Death Star should be the new theme. We also review the Check Six by Camacho and Triple Burner by Brooklyn Brewing.
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TV review: ‘Luke Cage’ another win for the Marvel/Netflix partnership

luke-cage-poster-featured-08102016By Ashley Pauls/Box Office Buzz

Luke Cage didn’t set out to be a hero. After being framed for a crime he didn’t commit, he’s sent to prison, where he becomes a part of an experiment that gives him super strength and bulletproof skin. He tries to build a quiet life for himself in Harlem, working at a barbershop and a nightclub, but fate won’t let him disappear from the spotlight. The rise of a villain and the death of a friend force him to take action, and he becomes the hero his city needs.

“Luke Cage” is the latest series to come from Marvel’s partnership with Netflix, following “Jessica Jones” and two seasons of “Daredevil.” Although the tone of these shows is much darker and grittier than the more lighthearted Marvel Cinematic Universe films, like the MCU these shows have found a template that works very well and opens the door for crossovers down the road (Jessica Jones, Daredevil, and Luke Cage will all be teaming up in “The Defenders” miniseries next year). Continue reading “TV review: ‘Luke Cage’ another win for the Marvel/Netflix partnership” »

The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News For 11/23/2016


We are coming to the 2nd to the last Scifi News podcast for 2016. I’m trying my best to be upbeat by losing myself in all things geeky.

  • Who is Dr.Smith in the Lost in Space reboot?
  • Black Panther adds another great actor
  • The solo Han Solo movie adds another cast member
  • Guess who turned 40?

But wait there’s more. The big three news items are:

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The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Dr. Strange


Mr. Gene and I are back to talk about Marvel’s Dr. Strange. As always, this podcast is full of spoilers as I forgot to give the warning at the beginning. If you haven’t watched this movie yet, please come back to this podcast when you have.

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