Now, I know this is a controversial topic and most of all, a very controversial pairing (though most people seem to accept the Gimli and Legolas shipping a lot more) but I loved Tauriel in The Hobbit and I loved that Kili had a huge crush on her.
Let’s face it. As much as we love the original book, The Hobbit was a bro show. Which is fine for the book and nothing will ever change or re-write that classic piece of literature but in my growing adult years, I find that accepting the fluidity of media makes my life that much easier.
Next Monday at 8pm PST/11pm EST, we are premiering the reboot of our live Google Hangout show! We are really excited to do this again and have come with a lot more fun and visual segments for people watching. We are kicking it off with a game we are calling Mystery Craft and we are using Bonnie Burton’s The Star Wars Craft Book — BUT! There is a TWIST! Wanna know what will happen? Just tune in!
Ever wonder what it sounds like when three girls are watching Disney movies while drinking sparkling wine? Well, here at the Defective Geeks podcast we are constantly striving to make your dreams come true. Listen to the Lady Geeks make awkward, tipsy commentaries while playing a drinking game to Pocahontas and fail at not being offensive.
The third time is a third charm for the reimagining of Carrie! First evolved from a Stephen King novel into a film in 1976, and back to film again in 2013, Carrie just keeps coming! Carrie is a remake of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom. To get you ready for Carrie’s third debut into the world, we have compiled a list of memorable moments from the original Carrie to help jog your memory… and maybe scare you a little bit.
Wesley Marshall and Jasmin Turner Evans joins us for our first guest podcast in 2014! Wesley and Jasmin are both voice actors in the making and they are currently taking classes to pursue a career in voice acting in animation. They talk about the VA community today and what it takes to step into the industry. Also, silly voices included.