Brian West

Geek Dad Report, Episode 63 – Star Wars Celebration, SDCC Day One, and No More Adulting

Geek Dad Report, Episode 63 – Star Wars Celebration, SDCC Day One, and No More Adulting

We’ve officially decided to stop adulting this week. You’re welcome to join us. Welcome to the 63rd fully poetry-slammed edition of the Geek Dad Report!!! This week we definitely don’t plagiarize our intro with an amazing poem by Ryan, followed by all the weekly geek and pop culture news you need to know. Featuring stories […]

 Kyle J. Steenblik

The Martian is Perfect Sci-Fi with Hard Science and Humor

The Martian is Perfect Sci-Fi with Hard Science and Humor

    The Martian Directed by: Ridley Scott Screenplay by: Drew Goddard Based on The Martian by Andy Weir Starring: Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Michael Peña, Kate Mara, Sean Bean, Sebastian Stan, Aksel Hennie, Chiwetel Ejiofor Running time 141 minutes Rated PG-13 for some strong language, injury images, and brief nudity. […]

 richbonaduce

Tusk reviewed: Be careful what you ask for

Tusk reviewed: Be careful what you ask for

Tusk-tusk..!

As much a defense as it is an explanation, writer/director Kevin Smith’s own voice over the credits retells how he and fellow podcaster Jason Mewes concocted Tusk during their successful SModcast. They then invited their listeners to respond with either #walrusyes or #walrusno… which resulted in this film: a parody of the whole “based on […]

 Evan Burkey

Review: Pacific Rim

Review: Pacific Rim

I expected Pacific Rim to be good. Really good, in fact. I love Guillermo Del Toro, I love giant robots, I love monster flicks… to say I had high hopes would be putting it lightly. And yet, in spite of the giant hypetrain I rode in on, Pacific Rim still managed to blow me away […]

 James Helsby

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Review

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Review

Millions upon Millions of eager fans will be lining up, freezing (not really), huddled for warmth (not really), and willing to kill (not really) as they clamber inside tightly packed (only for a day or so) theaters, waiting in anticipation (ehh.) for the release to screen of the Peter Jackson adaptation of the J.R.R. Tolkien’s […]

 

The Artist

The Artist

This morning (Jan 20th) I went and saw The Artist at the Broadway Center Theater here in Salt Lake City. It took forever to get here; it opened in limited release in the US November of 2011, and premiered at the Cannes Film Festival May of last year.

 

Movie Briefs #2 Glitter and Unibrows

Movie Briefs #2 Glitter and Unibrows

So I know your earholes are still smoking after the last podcast, but BAM! here’s another!