In this episode, BIG BAD MONDO MEGA MANDO ***SPOILER ALERT*** as we are diving in deep on the pilot episode of the Disney+ original series Star Wars The Mandalorian and all that comes with the gloriousness that it was.
Once again, ***SPOILERS*** abound as we give our reactions to the first episode of the first live action Star Wars series and give theories and speculation on what we just witnessed and where it can possibly go from here, and remember just what science does to mini human people!
Fitz get brain breaked as Doom is slinging shit like a caged monkey to try and figure out where this series can go, and the theories range from obviously logical to ridiculous and mind melting so strap in for a wild ride as we earn the title of nerd in this extra special .5 ep of your favorite podcast.
This week we had a momentous occasion occur, let’s dive in and get your thoughts, gang.
Yesterday, the trailer for the first ever theatrically animated Scooby-Doo movie dropped, find more info about it and watch it here. So this week we’re askin’: What Did You Think Of The SCOOB! Trailer?
Leave your answer down in the comments below or tweet it over to us on the Twitter @NerdBlitzPod or by using the hashtag #TNBQotW
Special thanks goes out to the good sir @SteBoost for creating our eye catchingly sexified QotW logo.
In this episode, things are gettin’ spooky as the fellas celebrate Halloween with a special guest in an allegedly haunted house filled with death cards, creepy family connections, and other spooky happenings.
We hear a tale of drunken ghost sightings as Doom gets ganged up on, neighbors be creepin’, possums are gross as shit, Fitz finds a treasure trove of old goodies in a dead man’s attic, they dissect the religious iconography that appears in porn, and somebody whips out a Ouija board and shit goes down.
Doom and our special guest @gigiamk30
talk about seeing IT: Chapter 2 while Fitz gives the perspective of the book, shit gets derailed by a slimy wad of snot and an argument, and then pop culture references fly like an eagle in that they are coming in both fast & furious in this latest episode of the most consistent podcast you’ve never heard of.
Please turn off your cellphones and call your significant other to come join us while you babysit and prepare for nostalgic boning and beers in a little place called Illinoise.
For our 42nd Commentary, we knife nail our way back to a cupboard wall in 1978 for this intense John Carpenter classic starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, Nancy Loomis, & P.J. Soles.
This go round the fellas are dropping mad trivia and factoids as they dub a sick MC, ponder knife lengths, Doom gets annoying (shocker), Fitz gushes with love for the flick, a Pimp Spot happens, they point out continuity errors, and so much more in this curiously timed commentary you won’t want to miss!
In this episode, things are gettin’…strange as Doom is in an off mood and asking weird questions of a man who’s just hoping to win the lottery or get a lunch, depending on who you go around askin’.
The fellas are talking Picard and busting up a few flying rumors about the next show, before Fitz regales the dumber and darker one with tales of old people he spotted across a room and the return of grandma walkin’ tacos from his recent con trip.
Doom pats them on the back about that whole Sony/Disney business (that has since been resolved again), a mega star reaches for Fitz’s crank, and some wacky bastard hits 3 cons in one weekend to shill his wacky wares in this…odd episode of The Most Consistent Podcast You’ve Never Heard Of!
Please turn off your cellphones and jump into the time vortex with us as we look at nothing but sand and somehow definitively decide we’ve been transported to the golden days of yore known as the 13th century!
For our 41st Commentary, we travel back to the wild days of 1992 for this iconic flick starring The Nerd Blitz Commentaries All Star Bruce Campbell, along with Embeth Davidtz, Marcus Gilbert, Ian Abercrombie, and Ted Raimi, with a surprise cameo from Bridget Fonda.
We discuss a porn star and her tangential tie to this movie, the similarly between Stripper names and My Little Pony names, which Darth Sidious is in the movie, our enjoyment of Arthurian Legend, and much more as we document good ol Fitty man’s very first viewing of this classic flick.
In this 1st episode of a 9 episode series, we crack open a book we have wanted to dive into for a long time, the Sherlock Holmes meets H.P. Lovecraft pastiche short story collection, Shadows Over Baker Street.
This week sees us discussing and dissecting the 1st 2 entries in the book, A Study In Emerald & Tiger! Tiger!, by Neil Gaiman & Elizabeth Bear respectively.
So find yourself a copy of this book and read along with us, gang, as the game is afoot when a dark cloud settles over the world of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and things get spooky at 221B.
Also, a special thank you goes to @gigiamk30 for making this Book Club series possible.