Place holder page for the future.
“Gooey Goodness of Doctor Who Wonder!” – MuGumBo
And here we stand folks at the end of the week and looking back I see 7 days of news, pop culture, and nerdy fun. Neil Gaiman (yes the same fellow we discussed in Stardust) brought us a brilliant Doctor Who episode with my favorite villain the Cybermen. We finally completed a week without some musician of note filling the obituaries with their names but we did loose a Nascar legend (well he never won a race but his name is immaturely fun to say) Dick Trickle. Drippy Dick lost his life by his own hand which is the most fitting way to go for a man that never finished first.
“Warehouse 13 was renewed for 6 more shows and that’s it folks.” -Mike Wickliff (@Greymattersplat)
In case you hadn’t noticed we changed the name of this events show a bit. As we continue to do this every week the term “This Week” really popped out as a better fit for the idea. Same tender morsels of extra current information but with half the calories. So current that one of the fellows has already seen the new Star Trek film “Star Trek Into Darkness” and brought his NON SPOILER review for all to enjoy. That is about as current as I think one can ever hope to be!
“It’s CSI AGENTS of SHELD!” – Mr. DeMoss (@AYTIWS)
I must say that I love putting on my digital hat and playing internet. Times it is easy to forget about that analog life that keeps the podcast light on. I know for a fact with the full swing of Spring in effect the trio all have their analog plates full of real life activities and projects. That is why it is amazing that we have planned more excitement, more guests, and heavier digital workload than ever before. At one point I really believed I was steering this runaway train but now I realize I am just holding on and enjoying the ride.
Like always Mike brought some flavor for us all to enjoy. “We’re not worthy!” Do not forget that these bad ass trailers are ALL DISCUSSED on this jam packed 20 minute current event pop culture show!
Mikes Amazing Tidbits
Syfy Channel’s Warehouse 13 has been renewed for a 6 episode season 5. This will be the final season
Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Adventure: http://kotaku.com/this-game-
Amazon Streaming will not be picking up the Zombieland tv show. http://www.bleedingcool.com/
They’re making a movie based on the Medieval Times restaurant. No, really. http://www.bleedingcool.com/
Keep your Percy Jacksons, your Eragons, and your Wardrobes. The Traumatic Cinematic Podcast is going over the Wall and into the head of modern comic book god Neil Gaiman as we discuss the 2007 adaption of his graphic novel Stardust. How did we (good comic book and fantasy nerds all) miss a film that looks this good, never mind this weird? How and features such a heavy-hitting cast (Michelle Pfeiffer, Claire Danes, Mark Strong, Ricky Gervais, Peter O’Toole, Robert! Fucking! De Niro!) not make boats of cash? Why was this not an instant fantasy classic in its own time, or ours? And should it be? Come with us as we explore the directorial debut of Kick-Ass and X-Men: First Class helmer Matthew Vaughn and find out of this film bewitched us or turned us all into frogs. - DeMoss
Inside this Episode-
“We risked our man cards this week. The things we do to entertain the masses.” – MuGumBo
Act 1- The trio try hard to wrap their heads around a film that is neither traumatic nor fluid. Listen to find the answers to such questions as “Did you guys actually understand what the hell was going on?”
Act 2 INTERMISSION- The music in this film is wonderful to listen to with possibly your grandma or re-born virgin girlfriend but it just couldn’t be featured. Check out MuGumBo’s remix!! Also we feature Mike Murphy’s and Jon Cross’s new show B-Movie Bargain Bin.
Act 3- Shit gets real….
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On thing that I have noticed, in all my time surfing the web, is that people love a list. Form MSNBC to Big Tits.com. So being a contributor to the best website on the planet, I have decided that we need some fucking lists to keep people happy. That being said, I am considered by most to be of sick mind, so my list will be a little different. I love gore. I love the red stuff sprayed all over the damn place. I was recently asked, ” Why do you like this kind of stuff” for which I had no answer. Thinking about it, that’s a deep question that will require some soul searching, but fuck that I like to see people fucked up. That’s just me and if you are reading this, its you as well. The list that I have put together is for my sicko brothers and sisters out there. The purpose of a list like this is to spawn debate, so please your thoughts on the subject will be well received. I know there is a wealth of material for this list but this is just how I am feeling at this moment.
Manifesto’s Top Head Trauma Scenes
5. Riki-Oh: The Story of Riki
This is an underground classic and was even on the Daily show for years. I know it’s not the best practical effect, but in a time before CGI (which sucks most of the time) this is classic. Nothing like bare handed destruction.
4. The Toxic Avenger
I remember seeing this as a kid. The VCR rewind button was pulverized. I called my friends over and just watched in gleeful delight as the car hits reverse. This scene will forever be embedded in my mind. Thank you Troma.
Here is another 80′s classic. Cronenberg is a sick fuck, but this takes the cake. I also remembering hitting the rewind and pause button just to freeze the right frame.
To me Gasper Noe is the next Kubrick. His films are sooo good. This is the first of his films that I watched and have been a Noe fanboy ever since. The realism is intense and the camera doesn’t shy away at any point. It is hard to watch for a lot of the people I have subjected this film to, and I fucking love it.
All I have to say is Tom Savini
Okay guys. Its time for me to eat a little crow. I am a prideful man, so this isn’t easy but here we go. This latest episode was really good. The opening sequence had some really good zombie(yes I said zombie) deaths. The head smash was top level when it comes to FX. I have no gripe this week except that they did kill the one character I could relate to. Shane was the only person who made the real decisions. You either kill or be killed and he was the only one willing to kill to protect his people. He fell for the wrong girl(which in this world there is not many to pick from) and that is what killed him. The only time Rick had a set of balls was when he had to kill his best friend. The irony is unsettling. So know I can only wish for more of the team to die, especially Rick’s wife(I hate that bitch). Her manipulation was the ruin of Shane. Till next week fuck off.