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The Whale is finally released into cinemas and Dallas and Lee review the acclaimed new film from Darren Aronofsky. A reclusive English teacher suffering from severe obesity attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter for one last chance at redemption.The Nerd Party による
 
After the hit film and creation of an icon in 1976, Stallone took over the reins as director in 1979 with Rocky II. One major criticism has been that the sequel feels like a redressing of the original. Houselights explores this to find validity or, hopefully, originality.The Nerd Party による
 
Dallas and Lee review Causeway the latest A24 and Apple TV+ collaboration. A US soldier suffers a traumatic brain injury while fighting in Afghanistan and struggles to adjust to life back home in New Orleans. When she meets local mechanic James, the pair begin to forge an unexpected bond.The Nerd Party による
 
The Bad Batch Commentary: Cornered. Matt and John give their commentary for The Bad Batch’s fourth episode from season 1, “Cornered.” A supply run leads to parental stress, a kid on the run, and the chronological introduction of the fan-favorite bounty hunter Fennec Shand! Host John Mills and Matthew Rushing Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJedi…
 
It’s the finale of the Matched trilogy and the plague variant is truly reeking havoc throughout the Rising/Society. The golden trio is tasked with finding a cure, and they also have to figure out who gets to end up with whom. We don’t want to spoil the ending so this might be a brief description, but you will of course get our final thoughts. Maybe…
 
Trek Time Travel Star Trek, like most sci-fi franchises, has been known to dip into the well of time travels stories, on occasion. It's almost expected for every television series to travel back to the viewers' "present day" at least once in its life. But, on the whole, how successful have time travel stories been? Do they "make sense"? Do they nee…
 
After taking a break to deliver Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Edgar Wright re-teamed with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in 2013 to try to get audiences to The World’s End. A 6-year gap and successful careers often change the chemistry of artistic teams. Was The World’s End another bull’s-eye for this dynamic trio, or was it trying too hard to recapture …
 
Dallas and Lee review 'Stars At Noon' directed by Claire Denis. In present-day Nicaragua, a headstrong American journalist and a mysterious English businessman strike up a romance as they become embroiled in a dangerous labyrinth of lies and conspiracies and are forced to try and escape the country.The Nerd Party による
 
The Rising is upon us as we cover the first half of Reached. Cassia, Ky, and Xander are placed throughout the society at key points and watch from different angles as the Rising easily takes over the society through a plague that they alone had the cure to heal. Obviously, we have a long discussion on that and its functionality as a plot device. Bu…
 
After the success of Shaun of the Dead, Edgar Wright continued working with collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost to deliver 2007’s Hot Fuzz. This genre-bending send-up of buddy cop movies found success at the box office, but is it the same comic gem as Shaun of the Dead, or did it simply enjoy momentum from audience goodwill?…
 
Thanksgungan 2022. Once more the crisp nights and bright days turn our gaze toward all the things for which we’re thankful, with a special focus on our Star Wars fandom. Join Matt and John as they carve through their special recipe for thankfulness as Star Wars fans in 2022 from current shows to future productions to the special bond that brings al…
 
Dallas and Lee review the second A24 film starring Paul Mescal in 2022, God's Creatures. In a windswept fishing village, a mother is torn between protecting her beloved son and her own sense of right and wrong. A lie she tells for him rips apart their family and close-knit community.The Nerd Party による
 
Once reunited, of course there must be trouble in paradise in the second half of Crossed. Ky and Cassia find each other, only to have division sown between them. Cassia and Indy really want to join the rising; Ky really does not. Combine that and the fact that Xander is secretly part of the rising, and you have this week’s reading full of tension. …
 
Revisiting "Enterprise" Live-action "Star Trek" has been successful in all its incarnations ... except for "Star Trek: Enterprise." Fans do enjoy the series, so it maintains success there - but it is the only Trek series to be cancelled prematurely since The Original Series. During its four season, there were many shows - the exploration and strang…
 
Lee is joined by actor Sally Messham who plays Belinda, a travel rep in Aftersun, the debut feature from Charlotte Wells. Sophie reflects on the shared joy and private melancholy of a holiday she took with her father twenty years earlier to Turkey where they meet Messham's Belinda.The Nerd Party による
 
Few modern filmmakers have earned as much respect from fantasy and film fans as Edgar Wright. After a successful run on the cult TV series Spaced, he took on the zombie apocalypse with collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in 2004’s Shaun of the Dead. Does this work remain a genre-busting artistic success, or is it a nostalgic comedy from a past …
 
​Derek "Halloween" Young and Darren "Costume" Moser are back! It's been another month since the duo recapped their latest project and con visits. Since then Halloween has come and gone with many projects in the works. And a broken laser. We can't wait to share these experiences with you.The Nerd Party による
 
The Bad Batch Commentary: Replacements. Matt and John give their commentary for The Bad Batch’s third episode from season 1, “Replacements.” Duty, Honor, Trust and the Incremental Erosion of Freedom all come into play as the themes gain even more clarity. Host John Mills and Matthew Rushing Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters Facebook: …
 
Dallas and Lee review Marcel The Shell With Shoes On. Marcel is a one-inch-tall shell who ekes out a colorful existence with his grandmother Connie and their pet lint, Alan. Once part of a sprawling community of shells, they now live alone as the sole survivors of a mysterious tragedy. But when a documentary filmmaker discovers them amongst the clu…
 
Ky and Cassia are split up as they start their lives of resistance in Crossed. Cassia is working as a laborer planning her chance to break out in search of Ky, and Ky is being used as a human shield looking to find Cassia. With some help on both ends, including that of Xander, the two escape the society and start to trek further away from the centr…
 
Bond truly went back to basics in 2006’s Casino Royale, featuring Daniel Craig’s debut as 007. Based on Ian Fleming’s first novel, it updated and reconstructed Bond for a modern age. Martin Campbell returned to the franchise to introduce the new Bond as he had in 1995’s GoldenEye. Was Campbell hampered with this new attempt to reinvent or successfu…
 
Character Profile: Lore He's back! ...maybe? Definitely. Er, we think, based on a few seconds in a trailer! Brent Spiner (possibly!) returns as Lore in season three of "Star Trek: Picard." The trio examines Lore and his relations with the Next Gen crew - how evil is this evil twin? He only appeared in three (or four, depending on how one counts) ep…
 
Dallas and Lee review the prequel to X, Pearl. Trapped on her family’s isolated farm, Pearl must tend to her ailing father under the bitter and overbearing watch of her devout mother. Lusting for a glamorous life like she’s seen in the movies, Pearl’s ambitions, temptations, and repressions all collide.…
 
The Bad Batch Commentary: Cut and Run. John and Matt give their commentary for The Bad Batch’s second episode from season 1, “Cut and Run". Host John Mills and Matthew Rushing Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNerdParty/ Email: http://www.thenerdparty.com/contact Subscribe in Apple Podcasts…
 
Romance is in the air in the second half of Matched! Cassia and Ky’s relationship develops quickly from furtive glances to well much more than that. Their behavior seems poised for rebellion, but they also seem to have no plan to act on that rebellion. That is fine of course, but leaves your hosts confused. The two protagonists seem to be desirous …
 
A few years after Carley Cooper introduced Shawn to the 'GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Some Like It Hot, the pair reunites to watch the '2ND GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Tootsie. Is it really as funny as its esteemed reputation suggests, and why exactly are the American Film Institute's top two funniest films both about men dressing as women? All th…
 
New Trek! New Trek! New Trek! Season three of "Star Trek: Lower Decks" comes to an end as ... part 2? ... of season one of "Star Trek: Prodigy" kicks off. The trio looks at the first time two animated Trek episodes have aired concurrently. How did one season end and another ... first season? ... re-begin? We let you know everything going on for ani…
 
We dive into The Society as we cover the first half of Allie Condie’s Matched. Cassia lives in a post-society utopia, and everything seems perfect when she is matched with her hot best friend Xander. Lucky them, they get to be together forever and live happily ever after. Of course, that doesn’t make for an interesting story and instead Cassia star…
 
Picard Season Three Preview: Beverly Crusher Dr. Crusher served as the chief medical officer of the Enterprise-D (most of the time...) and the Enterprise-E, creating relationships with her fellow officers and moving forward various stories. We will soon revisit the character once she arrives in the next season of "Star Trek: Picard," but what exact…
 
The Bad Batch Commentary: Aftermath. Matt and John celebrate 300 episodes as well as Star Wars: The Bad Batch winning the Saturn Award for best animated series by starting their commentary collection with the first episode, Aftermath! Host John Mills and Matthew Rushing Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters Facebook: https://www.facebook.…
 
Dallas and Lee welcome filmmaker and critic Billie Melissa to review Aftersun. Sophie reflects on the shared joy and private melancholy of a holiday she took with her father twenty years earlier. Memories real and imagined fill the gaps between miniDV footage as she tries to reconcile the father she knew with the man she didn’t. We bring you red ca…
 
We finished a series today! Today we have finished Switch, and thereby the whole Savvy trilogy. Gypsy and company get their groove back and collect grandma Pat, only to be irresponsible and lose her again. The prophecy does come true because of course it has to, and Charles has plenty to say about that. Let us know if you can follow his logic and h…
 
John may be a massive John Carpenter fan, but he's never seen Carpenter's 1980 Halloween follow-up The Fog. He and Shawn discuss their first viewing of this horror favorite and whether it's a great Carpenter film or more of a stepping stone to bigger and better movies. HOSTS Shawn Eastridge John Mills…
 
It’s time for the final Savvy book and we return to the Beaumont branch of the savvy family with Gypsy as she turns thirteen as well as older brother Samson and younger brother Tuck. Just as Gypsy is getting some control over her kind of stupid savvy, some important family news rattles the Beaumonts and all savvy bearers and savvy-eligble people sw…
 
Season Three Picard Trailer A new trailer dropped - and we're here to explain it all. Well, by explain - we mean "madly speculate." The third and final season of "Star Trek: Picard" begins in 2023, but a new trailer revealed what audiences can expect for the final television adventure of Jean-Luc Picard. Old friends, new enemies ... as well as old …
 
John Glen's directorial debut of "For Your Eyes Only." saved Eon, and some regard it as putting #JamesBond back on track. This started the perpetual "Just one more" for Roger Moore. Should Moore have quit before this, or was it the mark of something golden?The Nerd Party による
 
Rebellious Morality. John and Matt discuss the question of the morality shown by the rebellion in the Andor series, and whether it’s a necessary reflection of our conflicted natures or too much a divergence from the clearer lessons of Lucas’ films. Host John Mills and Matthew Rushing Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters Facebook: https:/…
 
We’re back with Ledger on his journey of scumbling his explosive savvy. He and cousin Rocket start to bond which definitely helps, though Sarah Jane continues her campaign of interference. This time big bad Noble Cabot gets involved and decides to come after the savvy family ranch. Rocket and Ledger have to help each other scumble despite all the p…
 
Back in 2018, Alexis Bethea joined Shawn and Sarah for a discussion about Shawn's first-ever viewing of beloved Halloween favorite Hocus Pocus. Now, four years later, the three of them reunite to watch its long-awaited sequel. HOSTS Shawn Eastridge Sarah Eastridge Alexis BetheaThe Nerd Party による
 
Spooky Trek Episodes It's October! Let the "spooky season" begin! The Star Trek franchise has its share of "bone-chilling, scream-inducing" stories. Well, some more than others. The trio goes through all the series to pick their Halloween recommendations. From "terrorising" TOS and TNG, to the horrors of DS9, VOY, and ENT, to the darkness of "into …
 
10 years after Goldfinger, Guy Hamilton offered one last Bond pic with “The Man with the Golden Gun.”It was a box office misfire that prompted producers to re-evaluate their next steps and almost killed the franchise. Were audiences right in 1974, or is this Roger Moore vehicle an underrated gem?The Nerd Party による
 
We’re staying in the savvy world, as we cover the first half of Scumble and follow along with Ledger Kale as he gets his savvy. Ledger’s savvy has him blowing things up and yet his irresponsible parents drive cross-country with him for a wedding. Don’t worry, we have plenty to say about that and bad parenting. Ledger and his sister then get to spen…
 
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