After a long absence, the Nerdcore Cabaret gang is back. Wonder Woman, The Big Sick and Lou Ferrigno's perfectly chiseled form are up for discussion.
On this the Nerdcore Cabaret Podcast, the gang prepares for Calgary Expo, and plots some live on air D&D on the radio show.
The gang has seen the wonder of Rogue One. But you're only hearing it now because we ran out of monthly hosting space. Money's hard, eh?
WE LIKE STAR WARS!
On the latest Nerdcore Cabaret. The gang recounts their exploits at SaskExpo. Plus, Amy's joined the local cast of the Rocky Horror Show and we've got to shill for that a wee bit.
Well, Nerd Herd. The 2016 iteration of Ghostbusters is finally upon us. Would it be a crowning triumph, a total bag of hot farts, or just an alright sci-fi comedy flick? The Nerdcore Cabaret gang, and special guest star Geek City's Devin Melnyk headed to the movies to find out, and recorded the show immediately afterward.
And it seems, the reaction is mixed.....DUN DUN DUNNNNN!!!!!
Also, Christa and Amy recount their adventures on CBC Radio One after being asked to come on as Pokemon experts. Mike defends a difficult position with grace and beardiness. And Matty V makes it uncomfortable while talking about a WWII themed erotic film project.
In a fit of New Year's Resolution induced gumption: The gang actually prepares a cohesive list of topics for this episode! Along with the regular rambling, of course.
Neko Atsume, Global Game Jam, looking ahead to this year's Prairie Convention guest lists, Amy finally started Daredevil(!), James Franco's film adaptation of The Disaster Artist, EVEN MORE FORCE AWAKENS TALK [INSERT DEITY] HELP US ALL, Grease Live! (pre-broadcast), 60's Batman, Suicide Squad trailer, I'm going to quit now and just say AND MUCH MORE!
The nog fueled blood orgy of Christmas is over, and the Nerdcore Cabaret kicks off the new year in its usual meandering fashion.
The gang is back, and still obsessed with Episode VII and the Internet's StormPilot fanship. We're in love with new Ghostbusters merch, and a Poképlot is hatched to get Matt some more Fallout time.
Bonus audio problems due to Zonya T. Warcat and his inability to stay off the goddamn keyboard.
The holidays are winding down, and the nog fueled blood orgy of Christmas is bleeding into the booze fueled regular orgy of New Year's. While all of you laid snug in your beds dreaming of hot new Fallout DLC and plum pudding, The Nerdcore Cabaret was hard at work bringing you the event you've hungered for like a sparkly vampire in a teen girl's window.
The long awaited showdown with Geek City.
Following weeks of assaults by word, by chair, by car, and by prepaid Dark Web assassins (Sorry, Devin, we lost their number and can't call it off.) the two podcasts entered the ring of battle...........................for a congenial discussion about Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.
Be warned, Nerd Herd, the 'cast is long and full of spoilers.
The season of mandatory cheer is upon us, Nerd Herd. It's the Nerdcore Cabaret Holiday Special! Be jolly or be destroyed!
The gang opens mysterious gifts to one another, and recounts their experiences watching vital holiday fare like Santa With Muscles, Elves, and the iconic Silent Night: Deadly Night 2. In this episode Amy goes missing and is replaced by Matt's half-man/half-giant cousin James and his ladyfriend Catilyn. B5 superfan and magical human Jamie rounds out the panel as we shoot our Christmas cheer up into your earbrains.
We talk Fallout, Civil War and it's bromances. Plus that new James Bond movie and the ongoing chat about Supergirl VS Jessica Jones. And other things we were sidetracked by. More chattering about Fallout (which made Amy sad during editing as it meant she wasn't actively playing Fallout) and we definitely don't end up talking about nerdy porn parodies yet again.. nope!
Plus two of our hosts are gettin' hitched!
It's a supersized episode this week because Amy's back and recounting her trip to Toronto. We chat about the results of Prairie Dog's Best of Regina 2015, Fallout 4, Ted Cruz's terrible impressions, the upcoming Friday the 13th video game that was recently Kickstarted, Star Wars, and the interesting choice of voice actor for the Lego Movie's Commissioner Gordon.
In this episode, the rivalry with Geek City heats up to an explosive chair-shot riddled smackdown.
In a barren Amyless hellscape, the gang must cope with the crushing reality that the predictions of Back to the Future are never to be. That we have failed to live up to our promise, and that the sweet caress of Pepsi Perfect shall never cross our lips. Plus, the gang finds terrifyingly sexy Halloween costumes and Mike sees the latest Star Wars Episode trailer for the first time.
We talk politics, Amy gives her HOT TAKE on the Mass Effect ending, Mike gives a HOT TAKE on Days of Future's Past, live reaction to Jessica Jones trailer, and unicorn poop.
The gang reflects on SaskExpo, talks about the eccentricities of living in a geek-filled apartment block, discusses Star Wars rumors, and still can't control their raging throners, among other topics.
It's episode 7, Nerd Herd. And we've got our first cross-cast guest. Jesse Rolufs of the Blind Buy podcast makes his way to the Nerd Cave and we gab about bad flicks and general nerdishness.
We also find the time to talk about Saskatoon Expo, tell epic stories from role playing games, talk about Gary Busey's secret identity, and throw down a motherfukken gauntlet to all of Regina's geeky podcasters.
Today, the gang raves about E3 trailers. We also Lament all the weird bollocks Lucas likes to slap into the Star Wars re-releases, look at guest announcements for SaskExpo, and generally do what we can to lower your expectations for the podcast. And of course, we pay tribute to wrestling legend Rowdy Roddy Piper. Plus, because we love you listeners so much, this episode has CRIPPLING AUDIO PROBLEMS. So if you enjoy people awkwardly fumbling and re-riffing riffs that had aleady been riffed, this one's for you.
In this episode, the Cabaret takes a look at the expensive wonderland of tabletop wargaming. Matt replaces the usual gang and goes on remote with drinking man's wargamer Stephen Beauchamp, IRL Green Army Man Dave Nelson; and local Flames of War demo guy Lance Mathew, who's like the wargaming version of the guy pushing crank in all those bad D.A.R.E. ads from the 80s.
Dice, measuring tape, and a never ending painting queue on this week's Nerdcore Cabaret!