It’s Friday, and your favorite Baron’s of the internet airwaves are back! Join your hosts Matt, Robert, and The David this week as they discuss the awesomeness(?) that is their lives. From work and studying, to movies, bands and medieval weaponry, this podcast literally makes no sense and you are probably a bad person for listening to it and we love you. So, settle in with a nice cup of WTF and enjoy a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
“In their third year of podcasting, the Monkeys find themselves in a dark and foreboding plane of existence called Teh Internetz, surrounded by an army of soulless and viscous creatures called H8-ers. They must band together, with their loyal fanbase of MITC listeners in order to drive off all the non-believers (and Beliebers) in order to become true rulers of the Net!” Sounds like a badass movie, right!?! Join us this week as we go off the rails and uncaged! So, grab your crystal skulls, make a nemesis at the zoo, and just stop reading altogether as you prepare for a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
HEY YOU GUYS!!!! This week it’s a blast to the past and a chance at redemption as we’re joined in the Goondocks by none other than our very own Jared the Intern, fresh off the plane from the middle of nowhere (aka Missouri). Join us as we discuss our geektastic viewing of the classic adventure film, The Goonies. Grab your Baby Ruth, set booby-traps for the Fratellis, and Truffle Shuffle your way to somewhere comfortable as you prepare to hear our thoughts on the search for One-Eyed Willie’s gold on a whole new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
The Amazing Spider-Man set to release July 3, 2012
When I first heard that they we doing a re-boot of the Spider-Man movies I, along with probably every other comic book movie fan, let out a groan. It just hadn’t been long enough to warrant a re-boot. Then I saw X-Men: First Class which I had similar feelings about and I was completely blown away. So I started rethinking my initial reaction.
Below is a the first look at a clip from the movie. It’s short and doesn’t have any action in it but it does show Garfield’s portrayal of Peter Parker rather well. While I liked Tobey Maguire in The Cider House Rules and Brothers he was never my idea of who Spider-Man should be. From this scene and the trailers I can tell that Andrew Garfield will be playing a better Peter Parker/Spider-Man than Maguire. He’s better portraying how lovably hopeless Peter can be and he has that smart-mouthed bravado that the the webslinger is known for.
Do I lose “geek cred” for wanting to see this movie?