On this especially spooky October Friday 13, Adrian joins the Hard Boys to talk hockey masks, machetes, and a bunch of other stuff that isn’t actually in the original Friday the 13th.
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Woof. We’re definitely in the doldrums to start off the month of September folks… there’s a decent amount of limited release films this week and let me tell yah, not a lot of winners. I think, and I’m no expert, but I genuinely believe that you should just miss the week at the theater, even the Close Encounters of the Third Kind Re-release.
In this edition of the Geekstrum podcast, we shockingly return to the topic that’s assuredly going to be what makes us all enough money to retire on, Game of Thrones. With the penultimate episode dissected and the finale on the horizon, we look ahead to the inevitable spin-offs that will be launched from this behemoth!
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.