Too many movies and games…

June 4, 2009 at 11:22 pm | Posted in Gaming, Movies | Leave a comment
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“Howdy,” to all of our loyal readers and listeners!

This week has been amazing for dorks such as us, with not only a good stable of movies coming out recently, but also the majesty, the Nirvana, that is E3 (that’s the Electronic Entertainment Expo, to you non-nerds). Our faces have literally melted with all the dork-centric news that’s come out this week from E3, and as such, there will be a slight change in this week’s episode.

Instead of one long podcast, as is our norm, we will host two smaller podcasts this week (which may or may not be spread over two weeks… since editing takes time, dag-nabbit). One podcast will be just about movies, and will likely be centered around the Double Feature of last weekend… Pixar’s Up and Sam Raimi’s Drag Me To Hell. The other podcast will have no Game of the Week, since there’s just toooooo much to talk about from E3.

We hope to record both episodes sometime this weekend, which means they will be hosted right here sometime next week. And who knows? Since there has been some clammering about podcast length, if you peeps enjoy the two-episode format over the one long episode, we might just switch to that format from now on.

Keep checking back here for the podcast schedule, and make sure to listen to our shows next week! And don’t be shy re-Tweeting us! We love all the free publicity we can get.

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