Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world. This week, Ray returns, and we’re talking about Glenn’s movie serial stash, Brock Lesnar, and what’s good on Amazon Prime, along with all the usual stuff. See and hear more after the jump.
On last week’s episode of “Sleepy Hollow” we discovered that Katrina has a dark side, but will this improve the ratings? Henry is back with a vengeance and he has a sidekick. Frank has everyone fooled into thinking he’s back to normal. That favor he’s about to ask Jenny might cause some serious repercussions. There is a disaster and a team of surveyors go missing. Who is behind this? You’ll never guess. Read the rest of this entry
I have made no secret of my great dislike for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. I’ve written extensively on it both on my own blog and here at Biff Bam Pop!. I still don’t like it. And therefore I can’t think of a better candidate for the next installment of If I Did It. Meet me after the jump for just a few ideas of how I’d do The Dark Knight differently.
Last week’s episode was crazy! Kieren and friends are forced to work on a chain gang. Philip dates partially dead hookers. Simon served sheep brains to his dead guests at the ULA party. Maxine posts pictures on her wall, but unfortunately for Kieren, we’re not talking Facebook. Will the PDS victims survive Maxine’s draconian takeover? Grab your plate of brains and follow me.
There’s a storm coming to Arcadia, but what and how is still unknown. On last week’s episode Agent Bellamy and Sheriff Langston captured Caleb Richards after his latest robbery. Caleb doesn’t seem a bit worried about going to jail. What does Caleb know about the returned? What secret is Agent Bellamy hiding about his past? How long before the Federal Government steps in to handle the returned. Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
You ever want to create and manage your own team of Marvel Comics’ Avengers, and send them out on missions against evil and save the world? Now’s your chance, as Avengers Alliance moves from the Facebook onto your iPhone. Details after the jump…
What can be said about the iPhone 5 when one is upgrading from a first generation Motorola Razr? Yeah. That’s right. Up until October of this year, yours truly was stuck in the dark ages, contacting friends and family via a device, not five years old, in a form of communication akin to Morse code, telegrams or…smoke signals.
Taking photographs? Yeah, the Razr did that. Grainy, washed out pictures frustratingly tucked away in some labyrinthine subfolder that took numerous pushes of a button to find. Texting? Yeah, it did that too. Push three times for the letter “c” and all that. Predictive text, here, is a boon only if you’re looking to communicate comedy gold. When I caught my two-year-old Goddaughter frustratingly pushing the Motorola “M” symbol on the flip cover in hopes of having the “home” screen light up in front of her, I knew it was time to upgrade. Never mind her insistent (and disappointing) swiping across the miniature screen.
“Hello Moto”? More like “Goodbye and good riddance”! This is a gift guide column dedicated to the brilliance of the iPhone 5. Bigger, better, faster.
A few days back we featured the first poster for Star Trek Into Darkness and now we have an official teaser trailer for you.
And if that’s not enough to whet your appetite, cruise on over to the official Star Trek Into Darkness section of iTunes Movie Trailers, specifically to the Japanese trailer, and watch it until the very end. They get a bit more detail than we have over here in North America.
This is looking more and more like a remake/reimagining of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan… It would be nice if we could finally get confirmation on exactly who Benedict Cumberbatch is playing…
What do you folks think? Let us know in the comments below, and on Facebook!
Most folks look at me with a blank stare when I mention Eurovision. When I try to explain it, they say, ‘Oh that’s “American Idol,”‘ yeah, not. Eurovision predates it by about fifty years. Yeah, take that, “American Idol,” or “Pop Idol,” or whatever you want to call it. Eurovision did it first. And seriously, with all of the ratings problems “American Idol” has been having this season, they might want to take a look at what makes Eurovision so popular.