This week we finally dive deep into the debate as to whether or not Marvel is on the downhill slope. It’s been a long time coming, and something we’ve touched on a bit in the past, but we finally devoted some time to it. Also this week we discuss Divergent (which is awesome), 8-Bit Happy Gilmore, and should super hero movies release an alternate, R-Rated version?
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This week on the Intermission Podcast:
- Apparently is based on a book, who knew?
- Is Divergent changing the way studios make Sequels (further reading)
- Two sequels already in the works, with release dates. Insurgent (March 20th 2015) and Allegiant (March 18 2016)
- They are using market research to decide that “This specific weekend will be successful no matter what”
Welcome to Night Vale
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Is Marvel on the Downhill Slope
This is really the highlight of this weeks episode. We discuss some inevitable facts about the Marvel Universe, which leads me to the point, that it’s all downhill from here. Of course Guy disagrees and resorts to yelling, but that’s typical for Guy.
Happy Gilmore 8-Bit Video Game
I want to play this game!
- It told the whole story in 2:45. That makes me sad
- Made by 8-Bit Cinema by CineFix
- Had other movies as well, like a streets of Rage version of Fight Club
Atari Urban Legend
According to Josh, Atari destroyed and buried a bunch of games and consoles in a landfill, somewhere in New Mexico (thats a made up place if I’ve ever heard one). Pac-Man, and E.T. to name a couple of the games. A documentary film crew is looking for the games, and was told to stop by the EPA or somebody like that, because there is a risk of digging up hazardous waste.