The Twist at the End of Split

January 24, 2017

Split is a 2016 American psychological horror film written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The film stars James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy and Betty Buckley.  The story follows a man with 23 different personalities who kidnaps three girls. However this week we do something we’ve never done on the show before. We discuss a movie none of us have seen.  It’s a geek emergency, and we explain why.  We save this for the end as it will contain spoilers.

Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam to get standalone DC film

What’s with DC’s fixation on making bad guys the star of its movies? First, it was Deadshot and the rest of the Suicide Squad. Now, DC is giving Dwayne Johnson his own movie as Black Adam, who was originally slated to appear in Shazam. Shazam doesn’t yet have a director, a script, or even a star, it has a villain played by Johnson.  DC apparently thought it would be a great idea to split Shazam into two movies.  Eventually, this will bring Shazam and Black Adam together in one epic showdown. More…

Voltron Season 2 Available NOW on Netflix.

Voltron: Legendary Defender is an American animated web television series produced by DreamWorks Animation and World Events Productions and animated by Studio Mir. V:LD is a reboot of both the Beast King GoLion anime series and the Voltron franchise.  The animation is a mix of anime-influenced traditional animation for characters and background and CGI for Voltron action sequences. The first season premiered on Netflix on June 10, 2016 and consisted of 11 episodes. (Wikipedia)

Bruce Campbell To Host & Produce Horror Competition Reality Series

Horror-comedy star (and Comic-Con royalty) Bruce Campbell has teamed with King Of The Nerds executive producers Craig Armstrong and Rick Ringbakk of 5X5 Media for a horror-themed, off-beat comedic competition series project. Tentatively titled Bruce Campbell’s Horrified it is being shopped to networks. Additionally, the series is envisioned as a celebration of horror fans through a comedic and irreverent lens. With this in mind it, is being compared to TBS’ King Of The Nerds.  More…

All this and more on Episode 117 of the Geek Versus Week podcast.

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