Cars 2


An exasperated Asterixar crew come bearing the gift of garbage. Cars 2 will teach us that nobody’s perfect and even the greats sometimes fail. I’m looking at you Pixar!

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The Defenders

Much like their cinematic counterparts, the Marvel produced Netflix shows have been barreling towards a shared universe since their inception. Beginning with Daredevil in April of 2015, the collective has seen five total seasons of TV dedicated to the four members of the Defenders, with the latest being our introduction to Iron Fist in March of this year. While the majority of the universe has garnered commercial and critical praise, with the first season of Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage all being seen as well made shows, a lot of what plagued the much maligned Iron Fist, along with the major pitfalls of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), crept into the eight part Defenders mini series, keeping it from being the coup viewers, and Marvel alike, were hoping it would be.

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Geekstrum #4 – Return of the Thrones


In this edition of the Geekstrum podcast, we return to the hottest subject in nerdom today; is Game of Thrones still good? We also do a drive-by on the CinemaSins situation. Enjoy!

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New In Theaters August 18th 2017

August just refuses to quit! If it wasn’t for knowing how many days there are in a calendar month, I’d be convinced that August isn’t ever going to end. Luckily, there’s a few interesting movies out this week, worthy of a trip to the theaters, unless the impending eclipse has you convinced the end is nigh.

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Geekstrum #3 – Spydamins


In this edition of the Geekstrum podcast, we finally settle the debate on which Spider-Man Spidermaned the best of all the Spidermin. Here’s a hint, the answer is anyone but Tobey Maguire, and if you don’t believe me, just ask Ethan.

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Geekstrum #2 – Game of Thrones


In this edition of the Geekstrum podcast, we spend almost an hour talking about an hour long show you’ve all already seen! Definitely covering new ground here, folks.

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New In Theaters August 4th 2017

First week at the theaters in August and boy oh boy, have the reviews for The Dark Tower been ruff. Talk about the dog days of summer, amiright? Also, I get kidnapped in a movie appropriately named Kidnap. Don’t really have a Dad joke for that one. Commence!

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Geekstrum #1 – Baby Driver


In this first edition of the Geekstrum podcast, we delve into the minutia of the genius of Edgar Wright, wax poetic about genre films, and wonder aloud why anyone would name their child Ansel Elgort. Join us!

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Asterixar Shorts #6


Who wears short shorts? Asterixar wears short shorts! Listen in for a breakdown of two Pixar shorts: Lava and Sanjay’s Super Team. Plus discussions on imperialism and Cuji’s tells us which religion is the best!

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Dunkirk

Dunkirk, the latest from acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan and the most recent movie to be based on the War that keeps on giving, is an unrivaled spectacle of film making. This visual tour de force covers the 1940 Dunkirk military evacuation from three different perspectives (land, air and sea) and interweaves those viewpoints with Nolan’s signature disjointed timeline to create a somewhat confusing but ultimately run of the mill narrative. This movie doesn’t set out to say as much as it does to show, but what we see as an audience is breathtaking from start to finish.

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