Episode 071 “Losing Titans, Deadpool 2, and Carbon Fiber Body Building”

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This week it’s a bit of a sad start as we lost a number of big names, Netflix has decided some movies are just too scary to finish, we have a special interview with the creator of Deonte Box and much more! Plus Jason in in rare form, you won’t want to miss this one!

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Dave on StreetShots Photography Podcast and on Shuttertime with Sid & Mac

 

Art Bell, Radio Host Who Tuned In to the Dark Side, Dies at 72

Art Bell, an apostle of the paranormal whose disembodied voice drew millions to his late-night radio soapbox beamed from the Mojave Desert, died on Friday at his home in Pahrump, Nev. He was 72.

 

Verne Troyer, ‘Mini-Me’ in Austin Powers films, dies at 49

 

R Lee Ermy also dies

 

Netflix Used Big Data To Identify The Movies That Are Too Scary To Finish

Netflix has a list of films that the data shows are so scary that users won’t finish them. They determined that if a viewer watched at least 70% of the movie—a data point that the streaming service is able to calculate—but then turned it off, it was because it was too horrifying to watch. But couldn’t they also turn off the movie just because they didn’t care for it at all? According to Netflix, if people truly dislike a movie, they would turn it off well before they get to the 70% threshold.

 

Carbon Fiber Artificial Muscles Can Lift 12,000 Times Their Weight

Today, most robots and machines that need to move around use motors to do it. In the future, they might use artificial muscles that work more like our own biological versions. Researchers from the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois have created a new artificial muscle design based on coiled carbon fiber and rubber. material can lift more than 12,000 times its own weight.

 

SNK Is Working On New Hardware Packed With Games

The SNK brand is celebrating its 40th anniversary. To mark this milestone and to thank fans, the Osaka-based game company is working on a “new game machine” that will feature a compilation of popular Neo-Geo games.  In the teaser tweet, SNK Japan refers to the hardware as an “atarashii geemuki” or “new game machine.”

 

GEEK OFF

Live life as a character in Mass Effect or Halo?

 

Deonte Box Review

 

Final Deadpool 2 Trailer hits

 

SmugMug Buys Flickr

The popular photography hosting website, SmugMug, has purchased the original photo sharing website Flickr.

 

 

Weekly Garnish:

Foo Fighters Fan Shreds on Stage

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Jason – http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru

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Episode 070 “A CPU, A Quiz show, and A Quiet Place”

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Don’t worry tech fans, even though we start with a bit of some football news we quickly get back to tech with news from AMD and Amazon, a record holder gets removed, Sega announces an official retro reboot, and The Meg hits YouTube! All this PLUS a rapid fire quiz show, a great new segment called “I Just Reddit”, and a very Quiet Weekly Garnish!

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Another new football league is coming … and it’s launching next year!

The XFL won’t be the only new professional football league set to launch over the next couple of years.  The Alliance of American Football was unveiled at a press conference in New York. This new league has an official debut date (Feb. 9, 2019) and a TV partner (CBS Sports Network).  “I think this will be complementary to the NFL,” said former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu, who will serve as the AAF’s head of player relations.

 

AMD unveils its second-generation Ryzen CPUs

With last year’s Ryzen processors, AMD made a grand re-entry into the world of high-performance desktop computing. Now its improving on those designs with its second-generation Ryzen chips, which are a bit faster and more efficient. And, due to fan demand, AMD is also throwing in free “Wraith” coolers with every CPU. The big takeaway this year: AMD is in an even better place to compete with Intel.

 

Alexa is beating the crap out of Siri!

Surprise, surprise, turns out Apple’s debut foray into the world of voice assistant-enabled speakers isn’t quite living up to the company’s initial expectations. According to a Bloomberg report, the company is slashing the number of monthly HomePod orders from 500,000 to 200,000 due to some disappointing sales. Apple retail store workers cited in the Bloomberg story claim to be selling “fewer than 10 HomePods a day.” Apple’s no stranger to lackluster sales when it comes to new products, but the HomePod seems to be fighting a war on multiple fronts, and doing poorly in each one.

 

Twin Galaxies Removes Former Donkey Kong Champ Billy Mitchell’s High Scores

Controversial arcade game player Billy Mitchell’s record scores have been removed from the Twin Galaxies leaderboards following a dispute earlier this year that many were performed using an arcade emulator. The ruling, which comes after a lengthy arbitration process, also bans Mitchell from further participation on the leaderboards, bringing an end to the King of Kong star’s high-score glory. All of Mitchell’s records on Twin Galaxies, an organization that tracks video game records and high scores, have been scrubbed. These marks included a 1,062,800-point score for the 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong, as well as scores set between 2005 and 2007.

 

Sega announces the Mega Drive Mini

Sega is getting in on the nostalgic, miniature console trend. Yesterday at Sega Fes 2018, It announced that it will release the the Mega Drive Mini, a miniature version of the Mega Drive, sometime in 2018. The company also announced that it would be bringing a number of classic games to the Nintendo Switch this summer.  Sega says that the tentatively-named Mega Drive Mini is being released in conjunction with the console’s 30th anniversary, and that it will carry a number of classic games. The company has dabbled with retro hardware before: it has licensed its name to hardware company AtGames (which has also done retro Atari consoles) to produce Genesis clones, including the Sega Genesis Flashback that Polygon wasn’t a huge fan of. On Facebook, AtGames revealed that the forthcoming Mega Drive Mini will be powered by its hardware.

 

GEEK OFF

Live life as a character in skyrim or fallout?

 

The Meg Trailer Has Dropped  

What if megalodon sharks still lived in the deep of the sea?

 

I Just Reddit (by Adam)

I just read a discussion titled “What’s the funniest name you’ve heard someone call an object when they couldn’t remember its actual name?

 

Weekly Garnish:

A Quiet Place

John Krasinski hits a home run with this new thriller that also stars his real life wife, Emily Blunt, as his on screen wife. Just beware of loud snack eaters in the theater!

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Jason – http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru

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Adam – https://twitter.com/StarfieldEscape

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Dave – http://www.davidszweduik.com/

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Souper Reviews “Tusk”

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A brash and arrogant podcaster gets more than he bargained for when he travels to Canada to interview a mysterious recluse… who has a rather disturbing fondness for walruses.

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Tusk

2014

R

1h 42m

 

Starring:

Michael Parks as Howard Howe

Justin Long as Wallace Bryton

Genesis Rodriguez as Ally Leon

Haley Joel Osment as Teddy Craft

Director:

Kevin Smith (Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma)

 

Writer:

Kevin Smith

 

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SMODCAST episode where the idea for Tusk was born:

Adam gives this movie a out of 2.5 out of 5 stars

Jason gives this movie a 3.5 out of 5 stars

Dave gives this movie a 4.5 out of 5 stars

 

digitalSoup Rating: 3 stars – out of 5 – Serve it UP!

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Jason – http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru

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Adam – https://twitter.com/StarfieldEscape

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Episode 069 “Indiana Joan and the Stranger Things”

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On this episode of digitalSoup, the guys discuss some issues the Duffer brothers are having with Stranger Things, Jason’s new wrist rocket, and the future of Indiana Jones.

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Amazon Kindle Fire devices now have hands free Alexa voice services.

A no brainer by Amazon to further unlock the usefulness of their tablet line up.

 

Chrono Trigger’s PC port is getting the original SNES graphics back

Square Enix says that three patches are coming to fix the Steam version’s problems.  Chrono Trigger’s surprise release on Steam in February was great news for fans of the classic role-playing game, right up until the point they saw what Square Enix had actually released. The Windows PC version of Chrono Trigger wasn’t a faithful recreation of the SNES original, but a poorly received port of one of the company’s mobile releases.

 

Duffer Brothers Accused Of Lifting ‘Stranger Things’ From 2012 Short Film

Charlie Kessler, who directed the short film Montauk that debuted at the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival, filed a lawsuit Tuesday (read it here) in Los Angeles Superior Court claiming he pitched the Montauk concept to Matt and Ross Duffer in April 2014 at a Tribeca Film Festival party and later presented “the script, ideas, story and film” to the duo that they allegedly used to develop their hit series.

 

Jason got a new toy … ask him what it is!

 

Spotify valued at nearly $30 billion in unusual Wall Street debut

Spotify opened at $165.90 a share on the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday. The stock later fell below $150 a share. Its Wall Street debut has been closely followed in recent weeks as much for the unconventional approach to a public offering it chose as for the company itself.
Unlike traditional IPOs, Spotify did not raise new capital. Instead it simply listed existing shares directly on the stock exchange without relying on underwriters to attract investors, set a price and stabilize the stock as it begins trading.

GEEK OFF

Favorite Indiana Jones movie and favorite character in that movie besides Indy himself?

 

Indiana Jones or Indiana Joan?  

Steven Spielberg has recently mentioned that if the franchise is to continue after Harrison Ford’s final run as Indy, that he would want a woman to take on the iconic role. Who are your candidates for actresses that would make a great Indy in the future?

 

New Solo trailer dropped today!

Chewie chokeslams someone!

 

Weekly Garnish:  

CMRA by Glide – Dual-Camera Band for Apple Watch lets you instantly capture photo and video. Never miss a moment, even video chat straight from your wrist.

 

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Episode 068 “Entertainment Extravaganza”

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This week we have a special guest, Brother Tom! He joins us to talk about all sorts of pop culture entertainment! From Game Informer’s Top 300 games of all time and Nintendo Switch issues to a lot of good movie talk there’s something for everyone!

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The Fantastic Four Set To Return In August
We mentioned them last week in our GeekOff and after being absent as a team for quite a while, due in large part to movie rights, The Fantastic Four are set to reunite. Not on the big screen though, but back in comics.
Game Informer’s Top 300 Games of all Time Discussion
Third Party Nintendo Switch Docks Causing Issues
Switch owners that looked to third party options for the expensive docking kit are finding that not only will the Switch no longer charge via USB with the Nyko Portable Docking Kit, but many report their systems are being completely bricked!
Jurassic ‘World Evolution’ , a Jurassic Park dinosaur based sim
Set to release in June on multiple platforms, fans of games like Rollercoaster Tycoon can now construct and run their very own Jurassic Park. Of course nothing ever goes smoothly in Jurassic Park and the creators are anticipating all the hijinks sim park owners are going to set loose on the guests!

 

GEEK OFF

Best 90’s rock album, why?

 

March is a bad month for movies, right?

Traditionally March has been known as a slow month in the movie world. Sitting between the big winter holiday season and the summer blockbuster season, most studios use March as a dumping ground for the movies they don’t expect much from. But maybe March is getting slammed for no reason, check out this list of movies that all came out in March over on the Ranker website.

April is shaping up to be a pretty big movie month

From Avengers : Infinity War to Rampage and even Super Troopers 2, this month should be a pretty busy one for movie fans.

 

Weekly Garnish:  

 

Nintendo Gameboy Classic Alarm Clock

Fans of the original Nintendo Gameboy can now get an awesome alarm clock for the bedroom. It’s a near perfect replica of the original hand-held gaming system that has the Super Mario Land theme music as it’s alarm.

 

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What the guys are doing outside the podcast:

Jason – http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru

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Adam – https://twitter.com/StarfieldEscape

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Episode 067 “What DOESN’T Facebook Know? AMIRITE?”

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It’s a busy week as we start out with some great game options for gaming with your kids. From there it’s a great conversation about the major concerns of Facebook, the Orbitz Data leak and more online privacy concerns. Then things get a bit controversial with the Geek Off before the guys finish with some Deadpool 2 talk and some more non-updates from Atari.

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Gaming with your kids

If you are a parent that loves playing video games and want to find some great options for playing games with your children, this list from Kotaku is a geat place to start!

Facebook in hot water

Usually Dave Visits Shuttertime with Sid and Mac to talk about Social Media and Photography.
Orbitz Data Leak

Uh oh.  It looks like around 800,000 customers may be affected by a data breach, including credit card information.  NAHT GOOD.

GEEK OFF

What is your most overrated superhero?

Deadpool 2 Trailer

Ark:Survival Evolved on your Android or iOS device!

Ark is coming to mobile and promising the full Ark experience on the go.  The iOS and Android version of the game will offer optional upgrades that players can acquire with “Amber” to progress faster, obtain certain buffs for certain amounts of time, build unique crafting structures, and bring lost dinosaurs back from the dead. (Jason is already signed up for beta)!

 

Come join the hosts of digitalSoup on their private Ark server … Arkhaeologists PvE (5x All, Mods) Fun-For-All

Ataribox gets a new name … Atari VCS

Not much new is known about the system that that will finally announce a pre-order date next month but it has received a new name.  Out is Ataribox and now we have the Atari VCS. Those of you who were kids during the Carter Administration may remember that this was the official name of the Atari 2600 (it was rebranded the 2600 in 1982).  No games have been announced but a new image with the console, a retro controller and a modern controller was released.

Weekly Garnish:  

MoviePass dropping prices again

http://bgr.com/2018/03/23/moviepass-price-deal-6-95-monthly-subscription/

Reese’s peanut butter egg.

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Jason – http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru

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Episode 066 The Hackintosh Saga Dies of Dysentery”

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Oregon Trail is back! This time in full handheld mode so we can all die of dysentery before trying to ford the river! Jason has a great segment about his new adventures in the world of hackintosh and then it’s time to jump into some superhero movie talk including Nightwatch and Avengers : Infinity War.

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Target Is Selling Handheld Oregon Trail!

The 1974 edutainment title, Oregon Trail, is making a comeback in the form of a handheld gaming device, almost as if it were 1988 and the Tiger handhelds were all the rage once more. The new handheld for Oregon Trail is currently available right now courtesy of the game manufacturer, Basic Fun and sold only at Target stores.

More Than 150 Android Apps Tried to Infect Phones with Windows Malware

Security researchers with Zscaler detected the first infected app several days ago, but then more than 150 more with the same signature popped up upon further investigation. As it happens, these apps are carrying the same malicious Windows payload discovered in Android apps last year. This likely isn’t an example of bumbling malware creators loading the wrong code. Rather, the developers were using machines infected by a now-defunct botnet called Ramnit.

Jason’s Hackintosh 2018

After being discouraged with Apple for not releasing a new Mac mini Jason decided to go the Hackintosh route and build his first one last year.  He now has created a more powerful Hackintosh and decided to share with the listeners his build. Here are a couple great resources he used for his project:

www.tonymacx86.com and www.insanelymac.com

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Mario vs Sonic

Spike Lee Eyes ‘Nightwatch’ Superhero Movie at Sony

Spike Lee may direct a movie for Sony Pictures based on the Marvel character Nightwatch.  A source told Variety that Lee’s involvement is in the early stages, but he could potentially helm a film from a script by “Luke Cage” show runner Cheo Hodari Coker. The studio and Lee’s rep declined to comment. The site That Hashtag Show first reported the news.

Avengers : Infinity War Discussion

 

 

Weekly Garnish:  
OurPact is a simple family locator and parental control app that allows parents to locate family members and limit screen time by blocking internet and app access.

 

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Episode 065 “Speeding Towards Skynet”

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Nintendo brings big announcements, LP’s eliminated at iTunes, and scary AI meets creepy Alexa! After an ethics fueled Geek Off, it’s time for movie and tv talk with news from Star Wars, Men in Black and Jessica Jones!

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March’s Nintendo Direct – Announcements Galore

Lots of games announced for the Switch including a new Super Smash Bros. and … Crash Bandicoot?!?!

 

Bye Bye iTunes LPs

Apple will no longer accept new submissions of iTunes LPs after March 2018 and existing LPs will be deprecated from the store during the remainder of 2018.  Apple began offering its own interpretation of the LP in 2009 on the iTunes Store. A take on the traditional “long play” meaning of LP, iTunes’ LPs bundled albums with art, lyrics, videos, bonus tracks, and other extra materials that fans of the artist would enjoy.

Google teams up with the Pentagon

In what is being called Project Maven, Google is teaming up with the Pentagon to help them develop AI for analyzing drone footage. Does that make anyone else a little uneasy?

Alexa thinks she’s pretty funny

Users had been reporting that Alexa had been doing a creepy laugh all on her own and now it appears Amazon has fixed the issue. But seriously, this is hilarious!

GEEK OFF

Do mutants, zombies, and AI Robots deserve human rights?

Jon Favreau meets Star Wars

With no actual plot or release date set, Disney has apparently inked a deal for Favreau to be an executive producer and writer for a new streaming live action series on it’s upcoming streaming platform.

Men In Black to get a reboot?

Sony seems eager to reboot the franchise and it sounds like a possibility that we will see Thor himself wearing the black shades as he saves the world and erases memories.

Marvel’s Jessica Jones Season 2

The 2nd season for one of the fan favorite Defenders, Jessica Jones, is out now. The reviews are coming back split on if it’s worth the watch or not.

Weekly Garnish:  Marvel’s Puzzle Quest

A fun take on a match 3 tile game with an RPG twist. Featuring all your favorite Marvel Superheroes and Villians! It’s an older game, but still very fun.

 

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Souper Reviews “Edge of Tomorrow”

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A soldier fighting aliens gets to relive the same day over and over again, the day restarting every time he dies.

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Edge of Tomorrow

2014

PG-13

1h 53m

 

Starring:

Tom Cruise as Cage

Emily Blunt as Rita aka the Angel of Verdun

Brendan Gleeson as General Brigham

Bill Paxton as Master Sergeant Farell

Director:

Doug Liman (Swingers, Bourne Identity)

 

Writer: Hiroshi Sakurazaka (book)

Christopher McQuarrie & Jez Butterworth (screenplay)

 

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Adam gives this movie a 4.5 out of 5 stars

Jason gives this movie a 4 3/12 out of 5 stars

Dave gives this movie a 4 out of 5 stars

 

digitalSoup Rating: stars – 4 out of 5 – Serve it UP!

 

Next Souper Review: Tusk by Kevin Smith

 

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What the guys are doing outside the podcast:

Jason – http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru

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Adam – https://twitter.com/StarfieldEscape

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Dave – http://www.davidszweduik.com/

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Souper Reviews “Edge of Tomorrow”

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A soldier fighting aliens gets to relive the same day over and over again, the day restarting every time he dies.

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Edge of Tomorrow

2014

PG-13

1h 53m

 

Starring:

Tom Cruise as Cage

Emily Blunt as Rita aka the Angel of Verdun

Brendan Gleeson as General Brigham

Bill Paxton as Master Sergeant Farell

Director:

Doug Liman (Swingers, Bourne Identity)

 

Writer: Hiroshi Sakurazaka (book)

Christopher McQuarrie & Jez Butterworth (screenplay)

 

Watch the Edge of Tomorrow Official Trailer Now

Adam gives this movie a 4.5 out of 5 stars

Jason gives this movie a 4 3/12 out of 5 stars

Dave gives this movie a 4 out of 5 stars

 

digitalSoup Rating: stars – 4 out of 5 – Serve it UP!

 

Next Souper Review: Tusk by Kevin Smith

 

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Jason – http://www.youtube.com/GameGuru

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Adam – https://twitter.com/StarfieldEscape

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Dave – http://www.davidszweduik.com/

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