How much would you weigh on the moon? Which Indiana Jones movie made the most money? How do you pronounce AT-AT? What does the license plate on Doc Brown’s DeLorean say?
If you can answer these questions, we want to enlist YOU in the Atomic Trivia War 9000, the podcast quiz show with geek cred. The war isn’t waged with bullets and tanks, but with facts and figures, pop culture references, and a big dose of nerdiness.
Join Jason, Omar, Rochelle, and Kevin as they do battle for points and honor. This isn’t a mild seismic activity quiz challenge. This is the Atomic Trivia War 9000!
Tonight we Jeff Goldblum about Jeff Goldblum for the new Jeff Goldblum movie set in the shared Jeff Goldblim universe. It's Jeff Goldblum Ragnarok, the newest movie from Marvel, produced by Jeff Goldblum and starring Jeff Goldblum.
Space, the final frontier. These are the trivia questions that will stump the crew of the starship ATW9K. Our continuing seven-year mission: to seek out new geeky stuff to talk about. To boldly go where Omar has seldom gone before! Q the music.
Do you know your Bela Lugosi from your Lon Chaney Jr.? Your SNL Halloween mythology from your Texas Chainsaw Massacre? We get creepy, kooky, and spooky in this episode's trivia! Guest Jeremy Minor wins because that's how we roll.
It's a fang-tastic movie to review for Halloween: Anne Rice's totally thumbs up masterpiece Queen of the Damned, starring a now-deceased rapper in a metal bikini. In what's become an October tradition, we vamp out!
Most of this week's show is the work of Brian, not Mike, Myers. Also featuring submissions from David Lester and Anthony Barzotta. We tackle questions from Starlord to music to famous Hawkeyes to Harry Potter and Star Trek in this week's trivia. Send your questions to the gang at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The elbow is connected to the hip bone in this episode of Atomic Trivia War 9000, in which Kevin takes over hosting duties and tortures and/or delights.
From robot dogs to meat grinders to cyborg arms to some TRULY crazy stuff -- like Inner Space level stuff -- we review the latest from director Matthew Vaughn, who pulled some inventive and maybe really offensive stunts. We return to the Kingsman British spy farce franchise for explosions and stuff.
We're back with severe pain due to Jason's broken arm. But we're also back with a game called MUSICAL DARES -- let's see how much our contestants know about music trivia! Also, Shane Thomas gives us some great categories about non-US nations! Send your trivia to email@example.com and be part of the show :D
The final episode of season 7! We hash out the reunions a-plenty, the proper pronunciation of the word
What burns the most brilliant must burn but half as long. We talk about Luc Besson's Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, and by extension about The Fifth Element. Warning: Disagreements abound,