Movie Review: Marvel's Ant-Man

Henry Tran from Critical Myth takes a look at Marvel's latest cinematic superhero to hit the big screen.

Flaco's 2015 Summer Movie Preview (Part 2)

Movie season is in full swing! What movies do YOU plan on seeing before Summer is over? Flaco Jones presents the movies, YOU rank them!

Critical Myth TV Reviews: Sense8

Plan to binge watch Sense8 on Netflix this summer? Critical Myth breaks down each episode, and invites YOU to review the show alongside them.
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At Robbie's request this weeks show has turned itself into and symbol, but was never formally know as prince.It's Windows 10 days for all and the update tries to happen while the gang are on the air, Robbie also has some news about 30TB hard drives coming in the next 10 yearsThis week, Sil also weighs in on the new World of Warcraft expansion, the announcement at gamecon and the rumor mill, and Robbie laments some bad news from Fallout 4.In movie news, are we going to see a Age of Ultron directors cut? What was in the unseen extra footage?and what would cause Tatum to leave the Gambit movie?Have at it card carriers.Contact details:Sil: @McMonkeyzRobbie: @robbie_glow Rzbg: @rzbgShow: www.thegeekcard.comTwitter: @TGCshowEmail: show@thegeekcard.comFacebook: Network: and iTunes!

Podcast by The Geek Card - 8/1/2015 3:09 PM Comments (0)

On tonight's show, we're talking Otakon! Join Ari Rockefeller, along with special guests Eri Kagami Sews and Jared The Greek from Scarlet Rhapsody as they relay back with Mako-chan and DJ Ranma S everything from Day 0 to Day 3! And in the Open Forum Topic, we ask you what anime character or series you'd like to see advertising products? And wrapping it up in News From Japan, a couple is arrested for not paying a hotel bill, man arrested for driving odd on the highway, and a bunch of minors disrupting traffic?!

Podcast by Anime Jam Session - 8/1/2015 11:19 AM Comments (0)

We start off with some impressions from the Atlanta Virtual Reality Meetup that was still going on while we were doing the show - primarily demos from CCP Games, who were showing both Eve: Valkyrie and their Kinect 2.0 enabled "VR Labs" tech demos. But really, it's all about the 10 year anniversary of the show. We actually go back to the first three episodes of the show to see what we were talking about, and find out that either we have definitive answers or we're talking about the same stuff today. There's also reminiscing about the time Microsoft gave moneyhats during the launch of Halo 3. Then we take calls about the 10th Anniversary. Lots of them. Along with singing.

Podcast by The Bobby Blackwolf Show - 7/31/2015 12:51 AM Comments (0)

If it wasn't the first time, it sure will be now The Sistahs of ESH have been fans of TheGameCompany when it released Flow. A game they both praised for its innovation and simple delivery. It is no surprise that the same company would deliver something so beautiful as the game Journey. That's right, we're talking about Journey this episode of our podcast. PS4 users have not had the ability to experience the former "Game of The Year" title until recently, and both sistahs jumped at the chance to play the game again, and at 1080p no less. July 21st […]

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 7/30/2015 6:00 PM Comments (0)

This week we’ll introduce you to an incredibly unique Colorado homeowner, with a Trekker flair.... we’ll explain.  After that, we will continue To Boldly Go with a message from two studly actors! AND, even MORE transports are on their way to Vegas…   Finally, our crew returns from our away mission where a simple transporter accident shows us a pissed off spock with a sharp goatee, in an unknown stardate.   All this, and more: on the Starboard Power Coupling Podcast - A Star Trek Podcast you hope doesn’t fail.

Podcast by Starboard Power Coupling - 7/30/2015 4:30 PM Comments (0)

The individual films in Phase Two of the MCU largely struggled to measure up to what The Avengers brought to the table. So Ant-Man continues that tradition within Phase Two. It struggles to see how it can fit as a piece of the large MCU. It's a very odd way for Marvel to cap off the end of Phase Two and jump into Phase Three.

Review by Henry Tran - 7/29/2015 11:59 PM Comments (1)

The Critical Myth Crew finish the week's episodic discussion and then discuss some listener feedback and plans for the future! Recorded 17 Jul 2015.Major Topics:Sense8Wayward PinesHumansListen to Critical Myth on VOG Network! Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (7PM Eastern/4PM Pacific), with an encore marathon on Saturdays (12PM Eastern/9AM Pacific).End "credits" by Ken Spassione, Jr. as "The Professor".The podcast is on iTunes, and you can add this feed to the client of your choice: Want to leave some feedback? You can leave a comment here on the site or our Facebook page, or you can also record your comment and send it to us by E-mail at

Podcast by Critical Myth - 7/28/2015 6:06 AM Comments (0)

Christina and Brad were still flying the TARDIS by themselves when all of a sudden, not one but TWO different incarnations of The Doctor show up and save the day! Enjoy as Brad and Christina get to sit down for a few min with The Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy, and later on in the show they get to sit down and talk with The Eighth Doctor Paul McGann. Special note…listen for a certain ELEVENTH Doctor speech that we were lucky enough to be very FIRST one to get it from him.

Podcast by PodCulture - 7/27/2015 11:30 PM Comments (0)

Lately it seems like the second half of summer hasn't seen a high quantity of big releases. Sure there are still huge hits, like last year's Guardians of the Galaxy, but that movie was such a powerhouse, it scared other movies off the schedule altogether. This year, that's not the case. While none of these movies looks to dominate like Guardians did, most of them have big name notoriety with blockbuster potential every week between the 4th of July weekend and the end of August.

Preview by Flaco Jones - 7/17/2015 12:43 AM Comments (2)

After the fall of developer Neverland, the team behind Rune Factory didn't take long to start a new project. The first game they did was Forbidden Magna, and it was quite a departure from their previous works. Swapping out Farm-sim/Action RPG mechanics for a more tactical combat system, the game is finally available in the West under the new name, Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven. While the game has some nice ideas, it doesn't exactly execute them as intended.

Review by Eric Kelly - 7/10/2015 6:37 AM Comments (0)