For the third time in four years, Stolendroids has been nominated for the best technology podcast at the 11th annual Podcast Awards! Voting is now open, and will be until June 12th at 23:00 EST. To vote, visit www.podcastawards.com and select the shows you want to vote for in each of their respective categories. Once submitting your vote, a confirmation email will be sent to you for you to click on and verify your vote. Remember that if you do not verify your vote, your vote won’t count! While this might seem like a hassle, it’s actually a great way to help make sure that bots or macros are not skewing the votes in favor of a particular show.
Back to the Future Day has come and gone, and now when you watch the Back to the Future films, you can take peace in knowing that the trilogy is now set entirely in the past. Zuke and Zohner discuss the good and bad of these iconic movies, as well as some rumors of a possible trade between Marvel and Fox that would bring the Fantastic Four into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And what kind of podcast would we be if we failed to mention controversy regarding the most recent issue of Captain America? Answer: not a very good one.
It’s a super Star Wars spectacular episode of the newest offering from The Generic Geek Podcast! If you have listened to the show, or really to any of the Stolendroids shows, you know that there are few things out there that Zohner loves more than Star Wars. And since the new trailer was released earlier this week, why not devote an entire podcast to that which is so loved? Well, that’s exactly what we do so sit back and hear Zohner and Zuke discuss the new trailer and all of the good, and bad, surrounding the upcoming The Force Awakens.
Do you think that the new Star Wars movie will be as epic as expected? Send your thoughts to [email protected].
The superhero movie genre is currently all the rage. It seems as though everyone loves them, and unless they are about a group of four individuals who happen to be “Fant4stic,” they generally make lots and lots of money. So what’s the problem? Well, according to Steven Spielberg, at some point in the future they are going to ride off into the sunset and become as rare as the westerns of old. Is he right? For the time being, it’s obvious that the genre isn’t going anywhere, but what does the future hold for these tales of mythical beings? Well, Collin and Zohner discuss just that in this week’s episode of The Generic Geek Podcast.
Oh yeah, we also discuss some news about Star Wars Episode VIII. Spolier warnings are in effect.
- Spielberg predicts the death of superhero movies
- Avengers: Age of Ultron was a failure
- Star Wars coming to Netflix?
- Star Wars casting confirmed
What do you think the future holds for the superhero movie? Is it as dark as a Christopher Nolan Batman film? Are Spielberg, and the Generic Geeks, correct in their assessment? Let us know!
Have a listen as Zohner, without Collin (who may or may not have died as the result of a large soundboard falling on him, crushing his internal organs), sits down in the offices of Salt Lake Comic Con boss man, Dan Farr, to discuss the convention that only is a mere two weeks away. We discuss previous conventions, what has been fun to see, and the possibility of additional guests being added to this year’s lineup.
Also, if you are in the Intermountain West and want to attend one of the best conventions in the country, tickets for Salt Lake Comic Con are still available! Don’t delay! This is going to be a great event that you definitely want to be a part of.