Happy Halloween! Brad and Ian celebrate the spooky month with the mother of all haunted house tales! The boys break down this iconic horror film adapted from a Stephen King novel and also look at Room 237, a documentary about theories surrounding the movie.
The spooky time of the year approaches! Brad and Ian talk about their favorite unexplained subjects that enthralled them as kids such as ghosts, bigfoot, UFOs, the Loch Ness Monster and more! Turn off the lights and travel back in time and recall TV shows such as In Search of and Unsolved Mysteries.
Brad and Ian dust off the dice and shine up the pop o matic bubble to talk about their favorite board games from the 1980s. From the family staples such as Monopoly and Yahtzee to geek favorites such as Axis and Allies and Avalon Hill historicals, the guys wax nostalgic once again.
May of 2020 marked the 40th anniversary of the release of The Empire Strikes Back. Brad and Ian delve into this epic film. They discuss iconic scenes and characters as well as the small details that make it such an enduring masterpiece of filmmaking. May the Force be with you!
The boys are back in town and the topic this time is music released in 1980. Brad and Ian delve into their top albums of the year as well as other music that came out in 1980. It’s Eighties Geek Out time once again!
This time out in Eighties Geek Out land the fellas dive into the 1987 James Bond film The Living Daylights. Will Ian forgive Brad for this one and find some silver linings? Tune in to find out!
Brad and Ian travel back in time to peruse the comic book racks of the 1980s. What books were the EGO dudes reading in the 80s? What stories and characters were their favorites and can these guys ever avoid talking about action figures?
Brad and Ian sit down in front of the tube to catch the must-see action shows from the 80s such as Knight Rider, Quantum Leap, MacGyver, the A-Team, Dukes of Hazzard and…Manimal?
Brad and Ian take you into the…present? Blade Runner is set in 2019 and some things were certainly prophetic. How does this 1982 Ridley Scott and Harrison Ford film hold up in modern times? The guys break down the movie and offer commentary on its lasting impact on film and even music.
Brad and Ian take their first plunge into a movie discussion with this masterpiece from 1982 directed by John Carpenter and starring Kurt Russell.
Brad and Ian are back and this time they’re calling the Police about a Public Enemy and hoping that U2 enjoy talking about 80s music, the rise of MTV and one-hit wonders.
Are you ready to rock down to the intersection of Electric Avenue and Memory Lane? Brad Anderson and Ian Clark kick off a new 80s-themed podcast with their memories and stories about the epic Star Wars toy collection from Kenner.