It is unrecognized genius or pure trash? We talk about the divisive 2001 summer camp comedy
Viva Las Vegas, trivia fans. This week’s episode features questions and categories inspired by, linked to, or tangentially related in the barest of forms to Sin City. So place your bets and press play to find which of our (idiots) contestants will be the winner of this week’s trivia games.
Hollywood is all about reusing old intellectual properties. Richard Smith visits to talk about which TV shows should get silver screen adaptations.
A dip into the mystery bag (or mystery hard drive) reveals a list of questions that may be never-before-opened or used so long ago on the Atomic Trivia War 9000 that their origins are lost to the mists of time. Enjoy an avalanche of mini-categories plus some Pass-the-Bluff action!
We’re back with trivia for you — but then we delve into our thoughts on the trailers of Suicide Squad, Batman vs. Superman, Deadpool, and Star Wars that debuted at Comic-Con this year. FULL DISCLOSURE: We recorded this several weeks ago, but due to weird problems with the recording took some time to try to clean it up. Sorry about the sound quality!
Robert Jordan’s long sword-and-sorcery series is the topic of hte inaugural episode of ConverJasons, which launches as a new companion to the Atomic Trivia War 9000 podcast! Matt Zupka sits down to chat about the fantasy novels and the (sham) 2015 TV pilot.
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).