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This episode we celebrate the past 3 years by talking to a handful of our listeners, plus Sean, Brad and BJ bring you our Top 10 Movies Of All Time lists, and Josh Obershaw brings the news!

Christopher Herman and Jon Romo return to talk about the music of the Mass Effect Trilogy!

 

Subscribers: New Episode Alert!

This week, due to a mysterious virus going around Austin, Chris is laid up so that other Chris (Herman) and his We are Error partner Jon, take over the show this week! For movie and tv news and trailer reviews, these two Padawans have it down just fine.

Welcome to We Are Error’s newest audio series, Retro Reviews! Listen to Christopher Herman and Jon Romo review classic video games and discuss their impact on the entire industry since their original release.

This week Chris and Jon review BioWare’s 2007 sci-fi RPG, Mass Effect.

Bayer and Snyder review “Get Out”, “The Great Wall” and more.

Here’s another chance for our subscribers to win free cool stuff!

Rosamund Pike gets married and becomes the queen to David Oyelowo’s African prince, but unfortunately, it’s 1948.

Jordan Peele directs this horror film that finally reveals just how scary white people really are.

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Win Phantasm: Remastered and Phantasm: Ravager on Blu-Ray!

1 Submitted by on Fri, 24 February 2017, 11:47
Hey folks, it’s time for another contest here at Oneofus.net and I’m opening this one up to ALL of our subscribers. From Red Shirt to Jedi Knight, all of you qualify. This is the first film in the Phantasm series, freshly remastered and looking amazing, and the last film in the Phantasm series, just released! Here’s your chance to win Continue Reading...
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Screamcast 128: 3 Year Anniversary Extravaganza

0 Submitted by on Mon, 27 February 2017, 15:59
The Screamcast began with a half thought out idea by Sean back in 2014. As soon as the idea was floated out into the Twitter-verse, Brad championed the idea and quickly fueled the fire of the podcast and 3 years later we aren’t showing any signs of giving up. This episode we celebrate the past 3 years by talking to Continue Reading...
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We Are Error Ep. 30: Mass Effect Mixtape

0 Submitted by on Mon, 27 February 2017, 13:59
Christopher Herman and Jon Romo return to talk about the music of the Mass Effect Trilogy! The duo also talk about the best selling games and gaming hardware of January 2017, the recent passing of Nintendo of America co-founder Alan Stone, and a ton of new Mass Effect: Andromeda news. We (Jon) have also provided an organized list of time-stamps Continue Reading...
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‘I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore’ Review

0 Submitted by on Mon, 27 February 2017, 08:59
It’s hard not to sympathize with depressed and despondent protagonist Ruth (Melanie Lynskey) when she declares that all she wants is for, “people to not be assholes”. It’s an easily accessible request in the year 2017 – the year where the world (or perhaps just America) is really starting to figure out that a lot of people are selfish and mean, Continue Reading...
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Eleven Quick Thoughts About the 2017 Oscar Ceremony

0 Submitted by on Mon, 27 February 2017, 01:13
Not a whole lot to set-up this time. The Academy Awards have come and gone and I will retire to my Gold Derby page until about August or September. In all seriousness though, I do hope to publish non-Oscar articles in the coming months to prove that I don’t only think about Oscars. I just chose to think about them Continue Reading...
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Retro Reviews: Mass Effect

0 Submitted by on Fri, 24 February 2017, 15:59
Welcome to We Are Error’s newest audio series, Retro Reviews! Listen to Christopher Herman and Jon Romo review classic video games and discuss their impact on the entire industry since their original release. This week Chris and Jon review BioWare’s 2007 sci-fi RPG, Mass Effect. Taking place in a fictional version of the Milky Way Galaxy in the year 2183, Mass Effect Continue Reading...
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Movie BS Ep 347: ‘Get Out,’ ‘The Great Wall’

0 Submitted by on Fri, 24 February 2017, 11:59
0:00 – Hello, a correction about principal-based movies, an iTunes review 4:30 – Weirdly, Universal didn’t screen Get Out in some cities 6:00 – Get Out review (Snider only) 12:50 – There are also movies called Rock Dog and Collide? 15:00 – The Great Wall review (Snider only) 22:45 – DVDs this week include Bad Santa 2, Hacksaw Ridge, Manchester Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: A United Kingdom

0 Submitted by on Fri, 24 February 2017, 10:59
Rosamund Pike plays Ruth, an office girl in London who is swept off her feet by the dashing and handsome Seretse (David Oyelowo) who turns out to be a prince and she goes with him to his kingdom where they live happily ever after. Is this a Disney film? Oh, wait, he’s black, she’s white, it’s 1948 and South Africa (which Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Get Out

0 Submitted by on Thu, 23 February 2017, 11:59
Jordan Peele makes his directorial debut in this intense, intelligent, and sometimes very funny horror movie. Imagine if you were a black man dating a white woman and you got talked into going out to her parent’s house for the weekend to meet them, and it turns out all their extended family and friends, and something is just…off. Like, eventually Continue Reading...
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Politics, Preference & Plays: A Discussion of Asghar Farhadi’s ‘The Salesman’

0 Submitted by on Wed, 22 February 2017, 12:59
This has been a disappointing Oscar season so far. Great films like 20th Century Women almost got completely snubbed in favor of films like Lion. Sing Street didn’t get a Best Original Song nod, and there were many other cinematic crimes that only I and the lovely people who care about films seem to recognize. But for me, the biggest problem Continue Reading...
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