In which Martyn and Gerrod bring you the latest geek news.
Gerrod didn’t watch 2001:A space odyssey, so they couldn’t review that. The episode is raw and unedited (couldn’t be bothered).
The pair discuss a possible Spider-Man/X-Men crossover, Transformers news, belated sequels and squeaky chairs.
Tom Baker attended the launch party for ‘who on horror’ today and made a surprise reveal.
He was actually due to appear in the Doctor Who spin-off ‘The Sarah Jane Adventures’. But, the sad passing of Elisabeth Sladen stopped this from becoming a reality.
Baker didn’t say who he would have played, but it really is a shame that the pair didn’t have one more on-screen adventure.
Elisabeth Sladen famously played Sarah Jane alongside Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker. She left the role in 1976 but reprised it four times, before being given her own spin-off in 2007.
Sladen lost her secret battle with cancer in 2011.
Who on horror launches on the horror channel on Good Friday.
Series 9 of Red Dwarf fell pretty flat. It was the difficult reunion album from a band that haven’t played together in over a decade. Series 10 however went back to the shows roots and kept the stories simple and the end result was the best series of Red Dwarf in a long while.
Dave have just confirmed Series 11 and I couldn’t be happier.
The announcement was made by Chris Barrie, Robert Llewellyn, Danny John-Jules and Craig Charles at a recent sci-fi convention.
They also confirmed that filming is scheduled to begin in October 2014, which means that we won’t see the series until 2015 at the earliest.
It’s a long wait, but I’m happy to hear that we’ll be catching up with the mining ship crew again
In which Martyn and Gerrod bring you a news update.
The pair discuss tits and dragons, Terminator:Genesis, Robert Downey Jr, the gremlins reboot, Ray Winstone and much more.
Signature Entertainment announced today that it will release Academy Award-winning Director Ron Howard’s documentary MADE IN AMERICA on VoD and DVD on 19th May 2014. Produced by Grammy Award-winning artist Jay-Z and starring Jay-Z, Kanye West, Rita Ora, Pearl Jam, Run-DMC, Santigold, Jill Scott, Janelle Monae, Skrillex, Odd Future, The Hives, Passion Pit, D’Angelo and Gary Clark Jr, MADE IN AMERICA was shot in 2012 during a two-day set in Philadelphia featuring a host of music’s heavyweights.
The Budweiser Made in America Festival is an annual music festival held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which launched in September 2012. Sponsored by Anheuser–Busch, the event features several stages that continuously host live music from a wide range of genres including hip hop, rock, pop, R&B, and EDM.
Ron Howard made his directorial debut with the 1977 comedy Grand Theft Auto, and left Happy Days in 1980 to focus on directing. His films include Cocoon, Apollo 13, How the Grinch Stole Christmas , A Beautiful Mind, which earned him the Academy Award for Best Director and Best Picture in 2002, Frost/Nixon which was Oscar-nominated and most recently Rush about the Formula One rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda. In 2002, Howard conceived the idea for the Emmy and Golden Globe winning Fox/Netflix series Arrested Development.
Signature Entertainment’s Jon Bourdillon said,”We are proud to release MADE IN AMERICA in the UK. With the collaboration of great talents including Ron Howard as director and one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time, Jay-Z, it is the must-see music feature film of the year.”
In which Martyn and Gerrod give you the latest geeknews.
The dynamic duo talk about the sad passings of Kate O’Mara, Lerenzo Semple Jr and Glyn Jones.
The rumours about Mark Gatiss writing a Doctor Who Christmas special, Chiwetel Ejiofor as a Bond villain, Top Gun 2 and The Goonies 2 and a few other things.