If I give the lyric, can you name the band? Do you know cities that rock? How about a little rock and roll bingo? We go musical in this week’s trivia quiz for geeks!
What happens when Ro of the Atomic Trivia War 9000 podcast strikes out on her own to talk Seahawks and 80s movie trivia? We find out.
Is smaller better? We debate the merits of Ant-Man, Marvel’s latest big screen, big budget flick with a teeny-tiny story. 1) Paul Rudd is perfect, 2) Hope is the protagonist, and 3) Backin’ it up.
This one divides the gang — Is Dick Tracy (1990) a good film or a bad one? We talk about police ethics, prosthetics, sexual advances, and comic book flicks then and now in this MOVIE NIGHT episode of the Atomic Trivia War 9000 (now with 100 percent more peaches).
Jason forgot to write anything to go in here so I’m doing it for him. I haven’t listened to the show yet so I can’t really tell you anything about it.
Nelson Pecora of the Friday Night Party Line podcast drops by to try his hand at trivia categories while Kevin is out… bartending? Our guess is that he watched Cocktail again and couldn’t help himself. Then we talk about Hellboy 3 and crowdsourcing movie funding.
We tend to talk about sci-fi, fantasy, the grisly, the bloody, the most Riddick-ized flicks. But the latest Pixar pic is pretty special. We talk about Inside Out!
If you love fantasy and sci-fi, you have to love little people. We look at some of the quintessential movies featuring them in prominent roles! Then it’s on to
Dinosaurs are awesome. But can the latest in the Jurassic Park franchise do them justice? We talk about Jurassic World, high heels, trained velociraptors, gyro-thingies, and try desperately to pronounce Indominus rex.
Is it a good movie or just a visually lush movie? Is it feminist or not? What’s the right balance between showing and telling? All these questions and more are asked in our review of MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. So shiny. So chrome.