Advanced Warfare was so much fun, even after The MW Trilogy & the first 3 Black Ops titles, I thought I had seen it all but this game breathed a lot of new life into the series. The first 2/3’s of this game is an unapologetic, over the top, bombastic, thrilling Michael Bay inspired roller coaster ride.
I know its a cliche to say something is “action packed” but this really was. There was definitely adrenaline pumping through my veins in a lot of the set pieces. You’re not quite a “space marine” in this game but you do have a cool exo suit & smart weapons that make combat more amusing. The story is predictable as hell especially with Keven Spacey playing the head of the worlds largest Mercenary Army & they definitely phoned in the finale like they were running out of time but it was a blast up to that point. Grade B
“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the tv. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.”
John, Jess, Mitch, Stephen, and Elizabeth talk about their week’s watch, then discuss SyFy’s Vagrant Queen Season 1 Episode 5 ‘Temple Of Doom’ & Netflix’s Russian Doll Season 1 Episode 6, ‘Ariadne’.
Mitch sits down once again with film maker, podcaster, and youtuber Ash Blodgett to talk about the award winning run of her short film ‘Zombie Debt’ and her new YouTube channel to help fellow up and coming film maker, ‘Film It Yourself’.
Film It Yourself
Ian and Mitch have taken it upon themselves to try and use the Time Stone that is their imaginations and predict, speculate, or just guess what the future phases of the MCU has in store for all of us.
In this inaugural episode the guys introduce their listeners into what the podcast is about and what can be expected, speculate on the upcoming Black Widow movie, & take their first audience question of what we think will happen with the Fantastic Four once they are added to the MCU.
In a little over three hours (3pm CT / 4pm EST) join us at http://livestreamforthecure.com to support cancer research and talk about SLIVER with @EpicFilmGuys! There’ll be prizes! There’ll be awe at Billy Baldwin’s physique!
Kyle's here to give you his five reasons why he loves the classic Peter Jackson film...The Frighteners! Have you seen it? What did you think?
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Bumblebee (2018) captures the magic & wonder that a good Transformers film should have. It is consistently fun & heartfelt with its 80’s aesthetic & nostalgic soundtrack. Watching the War on Cybertron scene gives me hope for what future Transformers movies can be.