Archive | September, 2012

The Gentlemen Radio Episode 19: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Alien Squid Gods

We are back once again with a very special episode of the Gentlemen Radio. This isn’t special because we tackle hard issues like HIV awareness or dyslexia but rather because we have a whole list of topics to discuss, none of which involve Mass Effect, and we completely abandon them to talk about Mass Effect […]

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Looper Movie Review

A testament to the importance of endings, Looper is fantastic for the majority of its run time only to stumble its way across the finish line so badly that it tarnishes everything that came before it. Taking place 30+ years from now, Looper offers up a world of the near future in which time travel […]

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Dredd Movie Review

Better than the 1995 adaptation by orders of magnitude previously unheard of in current science , Dredd kicks a lot of ass despite a story that is very familiar to action fans. Adapted from the popular 2000 AD character Judge Dredd, this new film is not a remake of the horrible Stallone version but rather a […]

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Episode 18: Live From Bookman’s

A very special episode of the Gentlemen Radio Charles and Patrick take the show to awesome local book store Bookman’s as we join up with director and friend to the show Peter Leon as he promotes upcoming film LA Underground and we all try to talk people into buying his past films. It is an […]

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Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (Xbox 360) Review

Summary [8.5 out of 10] Direct sequel to 2010′s War for Cybertron, Fall of Cybertron picks up right as that game left off with the Autobots  trying to escape their dying planet through the space bridge to find another planet to inhabit while Cybertron repairs itself. The game once again offers players a chance to […]

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For a Good Time Call Movie Review

For a Good Time Call looks like a cookie cutter friendship movie with lots of sugary sweetness and learning but very quickly reveals itself to be quite a bit more…if not as much more as I would have liked. After going through one of the most awkward on-screen break ups ever, followed almost immediately by […]

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Episode 17: Independently Individual, Making Movies on Low Budgets

In a move that is nothing at all like cronyism, The Gentlemen Radio once again welcomes back director Peter Leon to talk about making independent movies for not a lot of money and to promote the upcoming masterpiece LA Underground. This has nothing at all to do with the fact that four of the five […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 16:From Dust to Fable and Everything Black & White Between the Dungeon Keeper, Even Robocrap

In this episode the Gentlemen welcome special guest host Peter Leon as they take a look at the god game effect and what Peter Molyneux’s games have meant for gaming in general and the Gentlemen in particular. From there they tear into the upcoming Robocop remake and the reports that the script is a festering […]

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Lawless Movie Review

A slow burn of a film, Lawless takes its time getting where it is going but with an especially strong performance by Tom Hardy the trip is definitely worth it. Based on true events, specifically those depicted in the book ‘The Wettest County in the World’ by Matt Bondurant, Lawless tells the story of the  […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 15: Kill Your Internet TV

Welcome back for the 15th episode of the incredible Gentlemen Radio! In this episode the Gentlemen turn their all-seeing eyes on media on the internet and what it means for the future of media in general. Discussions range from VGHS, Derrick Comedy, 5 Second Films, and everything in between. The discussion then shifts to the […]

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