One of US What's Your Fandom?

Your favorite sports nerds as they not only discuss, and largely laugh at, the latest sports headlines, but also reveal their favorite movies from 1985.

We also answer your tweeted questions, hand out our signature awards, and get another visit from our Corner Man!

The Music Men take a case-by-case nostalgic and loathing look at Janet Jackson’s “Control” as well as the piano bar standard, When in Rome’s “The Promise”.

Chris and Brian take to the couch once more, as they have done many many times before. In fact, it’s starting to feel a little like deja view.

As a special bonus, Martin Thomas comes around the Digi Domicile to help Chris review Arrow Season 2.

All this plus an Edge of Tomorrow giveaway! Plus, we have an Edge of Tomorrow giveaway!

Brad Pitt is the leader of an American tank crew in the final days of WWII, pushing across Germany.

And with the help of Shia LaBeouf, Jon Bernthal, Michael Peña and Logan Lerman, will kill just s&%t-tons of baddies.

Jason Reitman’s sixth film has big ensemble cast and they’re all talking, or not talking, around and about the internet and how it’s improved, or messed up, their lives.

And get this: Adam Sandler isn’t half bad!

Listener submitted!

Wes and Steve discuss sneaky healthy eating, drunk idiots at festivals and our Top 5 Gnarliest Kills!

Enjoy!

Tipsiness, Cosplay, Comics, and Gamergate, all from our British Friends at Needtoconsume.com who bring us the bi-weekly British Bodcast!

Have your passports ready, you’re about to traverse The World of Us!

Marc and Dustin once again battle for their nostalgia, this time taking a trip with monkey…child…thing…Alex Kidd, in Alex Kidd in Miracle World.

Will Marc think the game is AH-MAY-ZING, will Dustin think it’s perhaps something else? You should totally stop reading this and find out.

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Marvel Revisiting Comic Events in 2015

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Ask any veteran comic book reader what they think of event comics and you’ll get a wide range of answers. Sometimes viewed favorably, and other times viewed with much trepidation, comic events are usually met with various degrees of excitement and hatred. Whatever the reaction to them might be, they still tend to sell extremely well no matter what. That’s Continue Reading...
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SMARK COUNTRY: A Part-Time Beast Incarnate

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The schedule for the final slate of WWE televised shows for this year has been released. The December 8th edition of Monday Night Raw, featuring the 2014 Slammy Awards, will also see the return of the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Brock Lesnar. In my humble opinion, there is no excuse for the top guy in the company to be off Continue Reading...
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Heavy Meta – Let’s Make A Monster

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“You wanna see sumtin’ REAL scary?” With All Hallow’s Eve right around the corner, Vince turns his ghoulish gaze towards what the best recipe for a truly terrifying movie monster is. The answer: a pinch of the unknown, a dash of expectation violation, and just a smidge of evolutionary psychology.     A conversation that always seems to crop up Continue Reading...
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Inside The Locker: Back To 1985

13 Submitted by on Fri, 17 October 2014, 13:01
There is so much greatness in this episode that we can’t even get the locker door to close. So come on in and join your favorite sports nerds as they not only discuss, and largely laugh at, the latest sports headlines, but also reveal their favorite movies from 1985. We also answer your tweeted questions, hand out our signature awards, Continue Reading...
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Somebody Likes It: Control

0 Submitted by on Fri, 17 October 2014, 11:01
When I was in 5th grade, the hot girls in my school would choreograph dance routines to Janet Jackson’s “Control”. So naturally I’ve always had a soft spot for that record. I mean, I don’t like the songs, and would never ever choose to listen to them, but for some reason I’ve always thought fondly of it. Nonetheless, Ryan and Continue Reading...
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Ash & Fern: The Good, the Bad, and the Flashy

2 Submitted by on Fri, 17 October 2014, 07:59
Fall is the best. Football season (aka tailgating season), changing leaves, sweatshirt weather, and the rainy cold-ish weekends when it is totally socially acceptable to stay curled up on the couch and watch TV for 48 hours. While Netflix is still taking up entirely too much of my time – I recently discovered The IT Crowd and finally gave in Continue Reading...
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Digital Noise Episode 64: Watch, Record, Repeat

21 Submitted by on Thu, 16 October 2014, 16:01
Chris and Brian take to the couch once more, as they have done many many times before. In fact, it’s starting to feel a little like deja view. The guys review Live Die Repeat (aka Edge of Tomorrow, aka All You Need Is Kill), Brian spits vitriol at Seth MacFarlane, a number of documentaries are discussed, and all horror this Continue Reading...
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Where Every Geek Has Gone Before Part 0: My Star Trek History

2 Submitted by on Thu, 16 October 2014, 15:01
Welcome to the first entry in “Where Every Geek Has Gone Before”, an oncoming series of articles centered on my progression through the Star Trek franchise. In this entry, I’ll be detailing my limited history with the property and establishing what I plan to do as I… well, ‘trek’ through further entries in the franchise.     I grew up a Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: ‘Fury’

16 Submitted by on Thu, 16 October 2014, 12:30
Director David Ayer helms this grimy WWII feature about five men in a tank in the final push across Germany and the new guy who is really, really, REALLY unqualified to be there. Brad Pitt gruffly commands the group of Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña and Jon Bernthal. The Unusual Suspects, in this case: Chris, Brian, Michael and JC, Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: ‘Men, Women & Children’

3 Submitted by on Thu, 16 October 2014, 11:01
The voice of Emma Thompson reminds us to not take any of this too seriously from space, as Jason Reitman’s sixth film explores the lives of it’s titular subjects. Rosemarie DeWitt, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Dean Norris, Adam Sandler, Ansel Elgort and more (it’s a big honkin’ ensemble cast) deal with the disconnects and new kinds of connections that have Continue Reading...
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