Over the weekend I got the itch to re-watch the pilot episode of the popular WB series “Arrow”. As a fan of the show, I have maintained that the first season is near flawless. It stands as one of the best examples of an episodic approach at live action comic book hero story telling. In this edition of the High Five/Low Five I’ll look at the what made the first season great, and what I could have gone without.
Mike and I rushed out to see the new Sci-Fi flick Edge of Tomorrow. It was absolutely amazing. We sat silently all the way home from the theater to record this episode. Here are our first thoughts about the film…
This week on the show guest Daniel Ritchie from When Nerds Collide joins me to discuss Music. We start out talking about movies in film, but in true Geeky Faucet fashion, the conversation jumps all over the place. I hope you enjoy it.
You can follow Dan and When Nerds Collide on twitter @collidingnerds
Show Regular Mike joins me to catch up a bit, and discuss our thoughts on the summers movies and the current state of TV. We mostly ramble through topics for a bit, and talk about what we’ve been up to.
This week I’m joined by Rafael Berrios to talk about why he likes podcasts, gaming as a career, working on Ingress, and life in general. It was great meeting Rafael. You can follow him on twitter @dregantz
I usually go on and on about how sequels are inferior to their predecessors. Rarely does a film prove me wrong. This spring I am hopeful, however. Captain America: The Winter Soldier has a solid chance of being that film.
Steve makes his triumphant return to the show. We talk about whats been goin on, and also talk about making comic con plans. The conversation takes a serious turn when Steve asks me to revisit Man of Steel.
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