On the latest edition of Go Home in a Box, killer bees invade the U.S. and wreak havoc in THE BEES from 1978. Then lab rats are accidentally exposed to a growth serum creating....you guessed it...giant killer rats in GNAW: FOOD OF THE GODS II. Your hosts Chris Jordan and Joel La Puma discuss these two turkeys at length, having some fun in the process. But first, they discuss the new retro releases on blu-ray/dvd for the week of 11/28. After all the movie talk, the guys take a few moments to rant on "movie snobbery", as they seek to enlighten the masses on taking a chance on a movie you may not normally check out.
Welcome to Sellers Points, where long-time friends and comic nerds Russell and Kelley use every episode to tell you about the best in comics and comics adaptations along with their own brand of “award-winning” analysis.
It's a PTBN Pop crossover as Jenny and Mirandia of Geek and Sassy join the guys to talk Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice! Was it unfairly criticized? Was WB just trying to catch up to Marvel Studios? Why is Superman so moody? Plus, we take a look at the recent release of Justice League and break down where we think things are headed now and folks… it ain’t all good. (Spoiler Alert!) But if you love somewhat-inebriated Ginger Bear rants, you’re in for a very good time.
This week the boys are joined by Andy LaBarre ( @trillyrobinson ) to talk about shoot style, podcast networks, & Portland. Andy is a real interesting character behind all the serious podcast work he does so please check it out!
It's all coming up Boston Celtics for this edition of Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team as Adam Murray and Andrew Riche dive into the team's winning streak and what has been driving Brad Stevens' team to the best record in the league so far. What has gotten into the Raptors and Nuggets to move up the standings while the same goes for the Grizzlies and Clippers, who have crashed downward? Riche and Adam also discuss Adam Silver's quest to end the one-and-done rule, the red hot combo of Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid in Philadelphia, and much more! So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!
On this edition of Go Home in a Box, your hosts Chris Jordan and Joel LaPuma take off into the stratosphere as they dissect, analyze and just plain ol' have fun talking about a pair of memorable 80's sci-fi flicks. FLASH GORDON and THE LAST STARFIGHTER take the spotlight on this show. But first, the guys run down the most recent retro releases on blu-ray/dvd. After all of that, the guys close the show with a rant about movie fans letting the Tomatometer ruin their fun.
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. In this Thanksgiving week edition of the show, Greg and Nick check in with an overstuffed review of the latest divisive film in the DC Comics cinematic universe: Zack Snyder's (sort of?) "Justice League!" With mixed reviews from critics and fans, and a disappointing opening weekend, what did the fanboys think of this tentpole movie? Is it a step in the right direction or another misfire? Opinions may vary.
In this one, we remember the late, great Roy Halladay; talk about the postseason awards; rundown a few Hot Stove tidbits; and then hold our first-ever Breaking Balls draft! It's a ton of fun, so check it out!
And after listening, pop back here to vote in the MOST IMPORTANT POLL EVER. Vote on who won our inaugural draft: Jason, Joel, or Chris.
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. Both the fanboys are sick this week, so this episode only consists of the two regular weekly segments: the Rundown, and Readin' and Watchin'. The boys give their thoughts on the DC CW shows, the Walking Dead and some of the big comic book news of the week.
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. In this edition of the show, Nick and Greg bring you their exclusive review of the number one movie in the world, Thor: Ragnarok! Nick’s a huge Thor fanatic, while Greg is most familiar with the film version. Hear how they viewed this latest Marvel spectacular! Also: Porter Wagoner is discussed.
In this extremely timely episode of Geek and Sassy, just pretend that it's still Halloween....ok? Scheduling has gone amok, amok, amok but the ladies had such a blast with their head-canon bestie, Tim Capel, talking about Stranger Things. To be clear, this was recorded before the second season began so its completely spoiler-free as far as that goes. They go all in with the Halloween theme (just.....ok?) with Oh Ship It and Nerd Eye Candy.
Welcome to The Sunday Groove, where David Sunday discusses music of all types. David, a self-diagnosed “Music Addict” will guide your journey through this audio experience on a monthly basis. Each episode features a different guest and will discuss different bands that get us excited and passionate. This episode features host of Conversation: Comics! and producer of a lot of PTBN Pop shows, Todd Weber. We discuss musical backgrounds and then dive into a tribute to Tom Petty. We discuss Petty’s long and influential career, favorite songs, and share some memories discovering some of his awesome music. Please contact me @SundayGroovePTB on twitter, or David Sunday on Facebook in the Place to Be Nation Comics page and let me know your thoughts and suggestions. What are your favorite Petty songs and albums?
With college basketball ready to tip off, Adam Murray and Andrew Riche, Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team, are ready to put on their NCAA-Team jerseys and do a conference-by-conference preview along with 2018 NBA Draft prospects. Will the ACC or Pac 12 fill up the draft boards the way it did last year? Who is worthy of the number one pick between Arizona's DeAndre Ayton, Duke'sMarvin Bagley, and Missouri's Michael Porter Jr... or is it someone else? Riche and Adam also talk about teams to watch, the pay-off scandal that swept the college hoops world, and more So suit up and take it out with the NCAA-Team!
On this very special edition of Go Home in a Box, your hosts Chris Jordan and Joel La Puma talk to the founding father of one of the east coast's foremost film festival. Chris Alo of the Hudson Horror Show joins the guys to talk about the day-long festivities that take place on December 16th at the Empire South Hills 8 in Poughkeepsie, NY. They will have screenings of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Blacula, Savage Streets, The Boogens and Prison (as well as a mystery movie), all in the form that they were always intended them to be screened: 35mm! Chris, Joel and Chris will also be discussing each film lined up. But first, Chris & Joel get into the week's new retro releases on blu-ray/dvd (11/7 release date) with such high cinema as Darkman II and III.
With the 2017 Major League Baseball season officially in the books and the Houston Astros claiming the first World Series in franchise history, it's time to look back on the season that was, and ahead to baseball's glorious offseason.
Join Joel Barnhart, Chris Jordan, and Jason Greenhouse as we discuss the 2017 MLB season in depth, discussing the best and worst of the season, the amazing seven-game ride that was the World Series, our picks for postseason awards, and the managerial merry-go-round that has already lit up the Hot Stove!