Around two years ago this cool little fan film appeared pitting our hero Ash versus the Marvel Zombies. Somehow I only just learned of its existence. If you are a fan of either franchise be sure to check it out after the cut.
Ash Vs Evil Dead debuted on Halloween Night. As a big fan of the Evil Dead movie series (though I’ve never seen the reboot) I was really looking forward to this. Find out my thoughts of the premiere episode after the cut. Warning, some spoilers within.
Ash Vs Evil Dead premiered on Halloween Night. Did you watch? If not, is it because you’re not familiar with the Evil Dead series? Maybe it is because it’s been so long since you watched the trilogy that you feel like you need a refresher first? Or maybe you think Bruce Campbell is not a God and the Evil Dead is garbage?
Well, that last one cannot be true, so it must be one of the other two. In which case, after the cut, IGN tells you all you need to know about the Evil Dead series to prepare you to watch the show.
On this weeks podcast the Geeks unveiled a List Of Truth™ about time travel movies. Ranking “some of the better” time travel movies. Who defined what were “some of the better”? I’ll agree that most of the list contains good to great movies (I would not include Men In Black III in those categories, and I haven’t seen Looper, I know, I know…), but it seems to contain some glaring omissions to me. Find them after the cut.
Some of us at Gabbing Geek cannot wait for the new “Ash vs. Evil Dead” series to debut on Starz. I know Ryan is a huge fan and it is one of my favorite franchises. Before he made the leap to prolific Gabbing Geek columnist, Tom Kelly was prolific Gabbing Geek GeekMail writer and always signed off his letters with “Give me some sugar baby!” A quote from the third film in the Evil Dead series Army of Darkness (not Rocky IV Jenny).
After the break check out a teaser for the new show!
This week on the podcast there was a lot of revisiting. The guys and Jenny rewatched Close Encounters of the Third Kind and at least pretended to reread Ready Player One. I couldn’t do the first since I loaned my DVD to a co-worker trying to give her son a geek pop culture education, which I have to approve of. As for Ready Player One, I am on-record for saying that while I did enjoy the book, I wasn’t the huge fan of it that Ryan at least is, since I don’t generally go for nostalgia, particularly 80s nostalgia. I lived through those years once and very much believe in living in the now. A pop culture world that stopped in 1989 is pretty sad in my opinion.