Latest Podcast Episodes
The League remembers Wes Craven and throws out random topics in THE FLASH ROUND!
The League reviews the FEAR THE WALKING DEAD pilot and recaps the summer movies of 2015.
The League remembers Yvonne Craig and discusses the Marvel and Star wars news from D23.
The League discusses the new FANTASTIC FOUR movie. What happened, who’s to blame, and what’s next for the superhero family.
The League addresses random topics in The Flash Round and remembers Rowdy Roddy Piper.
Director Marty Langford returns to discuss the completion of his documentary on the shelved 1994 FANTASTIC FOUR movie, and the gang talks about the latest geek movie headlines.
The League reviews and discusses ANT-MAN, and the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The League welcomes SDCC attendees Tom Racine and Lucas Turnbloom to discuss the con and all of the movie news and trailers.
The League discusses a variety of random topics on another exciting FLASH ROUND!
LATEST ARTICLES & LISTS
If you read my previous article, you already know what I did like; what trends made me giddy as the film geek I am. But what about those trends I’m seeing that I don’t like? Or even more so – I LOATHE? Well, Here. We. Go:
Jeff runs down the ten movies that stunk up theaters over the course of the year.
Aaron runs down the things Hollywood got right in geek cinema this year.
Bloodthirsty woodland creatures, creepy Krampuses, awkward incestuous karaoke, and more!
Jeff runs down the best Christmas flicks with sci-fi/fantasy, superhero, or horror elements!
Adam says it’s a powerful and heavy score that serves as a stark contrast to the previous film.
Our “X-pert” Dana goes in-depth on what territory X-Men: Apocalypse might explore.
Anna examines some of the elements that make up Katniss’ DNA.
Part 2 of The Hobbit is an improvement, but still suffers from Peter Jackson’s lack of restraint.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is a worthy successor to the mega-successful original and more than lives up to the sky-high hype.
Jeff says this superhero sequel is superior to the original in almost every way!
Aaron lets is know if the adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s famous sci-fi novel is a worthy one.
Kimberly Pierce delivers a bland, unexciting remake of the DePalma classic.
Johnny review director Jim Mickle’s remake of the Mexican cannibal horror film.