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We finally discuss the much anticipated home release of Blue Ruin along with the not-so-anticipated release of Sabotage, have mixed thoughts on Transcendence, and much more. Not to mention we’ve got TWO giveaways this week, both the big-budgeted Korean spy thriller, The Suspect and the 30th box set of Mystery Science Theater 3000!

Crank up da noise!

This week we’ll be discussing Paul’s Boutique, the record that set the stage for the second act of the Beastie Boys career. I think after the show we all walked away with a better understanding of why Ryan thinks the Beastie Boys are always yelling at him.

Episode Two: in which we learn further details of Jean-Pierre’s birth, he confronts a vagrant, sees a familiar symbol, and pays a visit to a former employee.

Our OneOfUs family is about to get significantly larger.

On July 31st, we will be taking on all remaining Lounge Geeks content.

We are deeply saddened to see LG go, and wish Grant Davis all the best.

More details here!

Are you ready to party like a rockstar with the guys from OneOfUs?

Comic-Con, we are coming for you!

Full details on our awesome SDCC meetup! If you’re going to be there, you really should be…there.

Click for details!

J.C., Adam, and our friend Tyler Mager discuss the finer points of NBA players’ terrible tweets.

They also resurrect the Frittata of the Week and pit a female ninja against a lightning-struck runner in a He/She Might Be a Cyborg Challenge.

It’s as wonderfully weird as it sounds.

Elliott, Chris, Ed and JC are ready to run riot as The Purge sequel outdoes the original in every way (at least for fans of bleak themes, huge amounts of violence, and endless darkness).

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Official OneOfUs Comic-Con Meetup!

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Us Nation, lend me your ears…or your eyes I guess since this is a post on the internet without any audio so…nevermind. We want to thank you guys again for all the generous donations during our Pod-A-Thon broadcast and we are happy to announce the first of many ways those funds will be put to use for you!   We Continue Reading...
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Digital Noise Episode 53: History, Science, Theater

7 Submitted by on Wed, 23 July 2014, 15:24
Chris might be at Comic-Con, but that don’t stop this Digital Noise train a’running, as Richard and he managed to record ahead of all the new Blu-ray and DVD titles worth talking about this week. We finally discuss the much anticipated home release of Blue Ruin along with the not-so-anticipated release of Sabotage, have mixed thoughts on Transcendence, and much Continue Reading...
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Infestation: Fantasia Film Festival 2014 – ‘Cybernatural’

0 Submitted by on Wed, 23 July 2014, 09:01
Imagine your average weeknight – browsing the computer, checking your Facebook page, doing some random (possibly shameful) Google search, and then having a Skype chat with your best buds. Now imagine someone turning that into a movie. Sounds boring right? I’m not sure that anyone would find me Googling “Best way to treat hemorrhoids” to be compelling cinema.     Continue Reading...
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San Diego Comic-Con 2014 Predictions, Opinions and Thoughts

1 Submitted by on Wed, 23 July 2014, 07:01
Even if we all can’t go, San Diego Comic Con is every geek’s favorite time of year. With OneOfUs.net’s Brian Salisbury and Chris Cox making the perilous pilgrimage from Austin to the geek’s holy land, I felt it was appropriate to discuss my own thoughts on the con and the possible announcements that my beloved overlords might bear witness to Continue Reading...
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Somebody Likes It: Paul’s Boutique

0 Submitted by on Tue, 22 July 2014, 13:57
Welcome back dear listener for another edition of “Somebody Likes It”, the show that every week takes a purposefully ambiguous concept and rambles in circles obscuring it even more. The reviews are in from the first show and they are resoundingly MIXED! That right, some of you found our stories hilarious and some of you just wanted us to get Continue Reading...
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SALT: Episode 2: The Maryaj Lwa

0 Submitted by on Tue, 22 July 2014, 11:57
Jean-Pierre Desperois. Born a slave in Haiti in a voodoo ritual with the power to travel through space and time. Now lives in Tunis. Smuggles salt. On payroll: crooked cops and hard-to-manage employees. When local gendarme Michel du Prix tells him about some corpses found in the desert, Jean-Pierre thinks nothing of it. But when the bodies start piling up, Continue Reading...
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Top 10 Weird Al Parodies That Outlived Their Targets

4 Submitted by on Tue, 22 July 2014, 07:01
Alfred “Weird  Al” Yankovic has been skewering popular music in his own unique fashion for quite some time. His career spans from his 1979 parody of “My Sharona” ever so brilliantly titled “My Bologna” to his recently released fourteenth album Mandatory Fun that features parodies of Robin Thicke & Iggy Azalea. In the 35 years that Weird Al has been releasing music, Continue Reading...
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Farewell, Lounge Geeks

5 Submitted by on Mon, 21 July 2014, 11:48
Hey Gang, Steak Plissken here. I have had the good fortune during my career to not only meet some incredibly passionate and inspiring people, but to become friends with them as well. These are folks who have earned my utmost respect and admiration. One guy who continues to inspire me on a daily basis is Mr. Grant Davis.     Continue Reading...
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The Make-A-Wish Foundation Unleashes ‘Madzilla’

3 Submitted by on Mon, 21 July 2014, 07:01
Most blockbusters are headlined by the biggest names in Hollywood. One such summer film I’m eagerly anticipating features someone you’re probably not too familiar with, but who is a star in his own right. The protagonist of this summer blockbuster is Maddex, a 5-year-old boy currently being treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. His big screen debut will be in a short film Continue Reading...
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Inside The Locker: Athletes Are Not Good At Twitter

0 Submitted by on Fri, 18 July 2014, 17:27
Your favorite sports nerds, minus Brian and Elliott but with the addition of our good friend Tyler Mager, are back for what promises to be the most enjoyable self-proclaimed shit show this side of ESPN’s Highly Questionable. The guys have plenty to discuss this week! Well actually, this is annually documented as one of THE SLOWEST sports news weeks of Continue Reading...
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