On this week’s episode of My Remote Radio, One-Sheet and Doc Oz swap stories of their encounters with crazy people last week, One-Sheet rants about his time at the Chicago Wizard Con, reviews fly for Pirana 3D and Doc Oz’s take on Scott Pilgrim, and we share a very special conference call thanks to BehindTheThrills with Universal and the creatives behind this years HHN!
Hosts: Doc Oz , One-Sheet (@andrewmarcec)
MRR posts we talked about…
Yep, you read right. Power laces are real.
All thanks to a recent patent filed by Tinker Hatfield and the staff in Nike’s Innovation Kitchen.
This poster for Piranha 3D really sums up the entire movie well. Sea, sex, and blood. All those things were incredibly prominent in this movie, and in all the right ways.
Let me preface this with saying that I personally have never seen a Piranha film in all my life. I’ve seen many aquatic creature films. Orca, Jaws, and am looking forward to Sharktopus as well. I did step out and do a little research on the movie series, and I’m going to quickly drop some knowledge on you about it.
I’ve been writing posts all week to get people psyched up for Wizard World this year for two reasons. 1. To try and convince people who don’t normally attend conventions to go, because they’re awesome. 2. So I would have someone to go with me, because attending conventions alone isn’t as awesome.
It’s that time of year again for the dust to settle, and for us to finally get a chance to see what Universal has in store for us at this years event! And it all begins with a video of the new HHN icon (kind of)…FEAR itself.
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