G&G Moviecast 36 Pt. 2: The One Where We Talk About Django

G&G Moviecast 36 Pt. 2: The One Where We Talk About Django

Like it says up there, in this one we talk about Django Unchained. Start here if you don’t want to listen to us talk about video games and RPGs for an hour. Or vice versa. There is also a part where I bag on Kevin Smith. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:00:02 — 55.0MB) edmcw on...
G&G Moviecast 36 Pt.1: The One Where We Don’t Talk about Django

G&G Moviecast 36 Pt.1: The One Where We Don’t Talk about Django

So, when we got together to talk about the awesomeness that is Django Unchained, we got a little bit carried away. Like, two hours carried away. In the first hour we didn’t talk about the movie.  Instead we talked about: How Clyde was totally right about D&D Next. The appeal of different editions of D&D for different people. The Pathfinder MMO Kickstarter Star Wars: the Old Republic & the Gay Planet Same Sex Relationships and sex in general in MMOs and in other sorts of video games. It’s like somebody got Gamecast in our Moviecast, so we’re splitting this one in half.  In this half, the Django is silent. Part two to follow in about 10 minutes. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 48:22 — 44.3MB) edmcw on...
G&G Moviecast 35: Aragami with Andy Kitkowski

G&G Moviecast 35: Aragami with Andy Kitkowski

Hey everybody, we’re back! Please blame the long delay on Andy Kitkowski, who talked about way too many cool things during a long and fascinating discussion about Aragami: God of Battle, and well, everything else.  Clyde did yeoman’s work collecting the massive array of links you see below. Without him, we might have just had to podfade. We have a stack of episodes in the can, and now that Clyde has broken the dam, we should be back on schedule. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:28:36 — 81.1MB) Show Notes RoboGeisha Dead Sushi Zombie ass: The Toilet of the Dead Machine Girl James Brown loves soup Troma Tenra Bansho Zero This Week in Tech http://twit.tv/ Crunchyroll Bob Sapp [sws_divider_basic] Oh! My Zombie Mermaid The Calamari Wrestler Karate-Robo Zaborgar Freddie Wong Green Snake Yeti: A Gay Love Story Mamoru Oshii Naoto Takenaka Garo: Makai Senki Tom Hanks interview on The Nerdist [sws_divider_basic] Triplets (Twins sequel) Jam Films Ringu 2LDK Verse Godzilla Final Wars Pacific Rim Idris Elba Bliss Stage Ryuhei Kitamura [sws_divider_basic] The Midnight Meat Train Tak Sakaguchi Miyamoto Musashi Duel Project Azumi Sky High Longinus Baton No One Lives Marble City Takao Osawa Jin Alive Aya Ueto Yakuza 4 edmcw on...
A Little Christmas Reading

A Little Christmas Reading

[wdgkt_cap_img source=”http://geekyandgenki.imaginaryexercise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2012/12/Pappy.jpg” thumb=”http://geekyandgenki.imaginaryexercise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2012/12/Pappy-210×300.jpg” align=”right” caption=”"The flames made him huge and painted him with fire, like a sorcerer, and he filled that whole end of the room with the blaze of his torch and his flickering figure and the shadow of his tremendous size."” width=”210″ height=”300″ alttext=”Pappy”] [/wdgkt_cap_img]Hey All, On my sixth Christmas, in 1979, one of the gifts waiting under the tree for me was a book by Paul Theroux, titled A Christmas Card. It’s not a very long book – only 84 pages. I read it for the first time that afternoon; the second time on boxing day. I read it at least a dozen times that first year, and countless times since. Much of my sense of what home and family are were shaped by these 84 pages. So too, were my sense of magic and wonder fed by its magic and mysteries. No one else ever seems to know this book, so for the last fifteen years, I have made it a tradition to read A Christmas Card to a new set of friends each Christmas. This year, I thought I’d share it with friends on the internet. Merry Christmas everyone, and thank you Dad, for this gift of magic you granted me all those years ago. I miss you. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 59:26 — 54.4MB) edmcw on...
Geeky & Genki Moviecast 34 – Ninjas and Unicorns and Messages from Space

Geeky & Genki Moviecast 34 – Ninjas and Unicorns and Messages from Space

[wdgkt_cap_img source=”http://geekyandgenki.imaginaryexercise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2012/12/French-Message-from-Space.jpg” thumb=”http://geekyandgenki.imaginaryexercise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2012/12/French-Message-from-Space-229×300.jpg” align=”right” caption=”The sweet-ass french poster for this terrible movie” width=”229″ height=”300″ alttext=”Les Evades de L’Espace”] [/wdgkt_cap_img] This week, we talk about Message from Space, Kinji Fukusaku’s campy and insane 1978 Star Wars cash-in! Along the way we talk about: Amazing side-scrolling stealth game Mark of the Ninja, and the beautiful desktop wallpapers available therefrom. (There are lots!) Ed’s favorite job application. Various Unicorns Vic Morrow’s unfortunate end. Message from Space’s possible influence on George Lucas: [wdgkt_cap_img source=”http://geekyandgenki.imaginaryexercise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2012/12/Message-from-Space-Death-Star-Run.jpg” thumb=”http://geekyandgenki.imaginaryexercise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2012/12/Message-from-Space-Death-Star-Run-300×166.jpg” align=”left” caption=”Hurry, Lando!” width=”300″ height=”166″ alttext=””] [/wdgkt_cap_img] Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:52 — 46.6MB) edmcw on...