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GNW Podcast Episode 75: The Geeks Geek Out Softly With KILLING THEM SOFTLY

Join us for the latest episode of the Geek New Wave Podcast! This week with special guest Justin LaLiberty we talk about the movie that no one saw KILLING THEM SOFTLY. We also talk about some Comic Book Movie casting news, what to watch in theaters and on Netflix, Marvel NOW!, and the latest Star Wars news. We also take some time and talk about the best uses of a movie title within the movie in this week top 3.

 

GNW Presents: The Masters of Geek Podcast Season 1 - Episode 8

Join us for the eighth episode of season 1 of The Masters of Geek podcast! This is a new podcast where we breakdown and analyze an entire directors filmography, in an attempt to find common threads, artistic style, and compile a definitive ranking of how we rate their films. For the first season of this show we have selected a small independent filmmaker named Steven Spielberg. This episode covers Jurassic Park (1993) & The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)!

Fox Announces a Remastered blu-ray of THE TERMINATOR.

After getting a highly praised remastered disc in the UK, THE TERMINATOR is finally getting the deluxe treatment here thanks to 20th Century Fox. The film obviously needs no introduction and if anyone has checked out the currently released blu-ray of the film, there is no need to explain why this disc is welcome. Fox are well aware of the following of this one and are supplying a generous supplements package to accompany the new remaster:

Summit Announce SINISTER blu-ray.

Summit have announced the 2012 horror film SINISTER for blu-ray release on February 29th, 2013. The film was surprisingly well received by critics and horror fans when released theatrically (consider the quote from usual genre hater Roger Ebert on the box art) but I can't say that I sided with the acclaim. Still, it's better than most of the fodder that the genre gets lately and this could really earn an audience at home. Summit are embracing that potential and are giving this a surprisingly packed disc, featuring:

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