Latest Podcast Episodes
The gang discusses X-movies from X-Men to Days of Future Past!
Jeff and the crew discuss Cap’s second big screen adventure!
Our podcast is back! Listen to the guys discuss the future of superhero movies!
Adam talks to the man who designed Sting itself, about The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogies, and lots more!
Jeff, Adam, and Aaron review and recap the most anticipated geek show of the Fall.
The best and worst of Summer movie season 2013, and a look ahead to the Fall!
Adam sits down with Bill to discuss the controversy surrounding the ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Blu-ray.
Check out his breathtaking STAR TREK, STAR WARS, MAN OF STEEL, LONE RANGER, and PACIFIC RIM poster art.
The gang breaks down all the talking points regarding the new Superman flick!
Lucky #13! Red Wedding! Guardians of the Galaxy casting! ‘DOOMED’ talk!
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Jeff sits down with the ‘Revenge of the Nerds’ stars at NYCC to discuss their new show “King of the Nerds,” and other geeky topics.
Jeff reports from the mighty halls of the nerd Gods, and it is good.
Plus, The Top Five Sexually Suggestive Bond Girl Names!
League contributor Anna Papachristos interviews a guy who built actual working R2-D2 and Wall-E replicas.
Johnny Donaldson regales us with his adventures during the first few days at Fantastic Fest.
Jeff tries not to yak up his dinner while attempting to compliment some Michael Bay movies.
30 years later! It’s going to be the best summer since 1982!!! It’s…oh man, it kinda sucked…
Horror guru Johnny Donaldson reviews this moldy slice of shlock
League Contributor Johnny Donaldson tackles this late Summer entry into the stop-motion film world.
League contributor Dave Zagorski thinks it’s a loud, violent, brutal, bloody piece of bombast. But is it any good?
Having a monster actually beat the snot of you might be preferable to sitting through this movie…
GLA Contributor Johnny Donaldson watches this lame sci-fi comedy so you don’t have to.
It almost collapses under its own weight, but The Dark Knight Rises ultimately triumphs.
The Amazing Spider-man is a tale of two films, neither of which are very good. One is a darker, more ponderous re-telling of Spider-man’s origin with flashes of a charming teenage love story; the other is a clumsy superhero action spectacle with big moments that are contrived and ultimately unearned.