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!
Not gonna lie, the crew was cranky on this one! And in open rebellion!
We've done robots from films, but what about computers that appear our beloved movies, no matter how ridiculous they might make them seem? Also, a listener submitted musical category.
I thought we were on vacation. Didn't you? I did. They didn't. The gang pulls Jason away from a date night for a no-sex joyride with almost-20-year-old Trivial Pursuit cards. Worth it.
Do you know your JLaws from your JLos? Your Steve Martins from your Martin Shorts? Your Bradley Coopers from your Bradley Pitts? Then try out this movie trivia!
Our trivia stretches this week from the alt-rock grunge scene in Seattle to some of the southernmost places in the world, with lots of fun in-between. Check it out, dudes.
This is the most difficult phase to rank because it has the best movies. Who will emerge victorious? Will it be Black Panther? Thor Ragnarok? Guardians 2? We stack up our votes for the best Marvel has to offer.
IT CONTINUES -- this time, we debate the merits of the movies in the second phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
You've seen them master arc reactor technology, swing magic hammers, and defend the world from both Nazis and space invaders. They're the Avengers -- and in this retrospective, we dissect phase one of Marvel's Cinematic Universe for fun and (?) profit! It's the first of a special three-part series -- enjoy!
We talk about cartoons and stuff.
We review Solo, the 2018 Star Wars movie, not the 1996 Mario Van Peebles masterpiece. Spoilers discussion. Pressing questions: Why are there trains in space? Should Joss Whedon get a writing credit? Is that secretly French Stewart? Is your Honda hatchback faster because you know a shortcut? Which Glover is too old for this sh*t?