Beef, was hatched and coddled in Dirty Stallis Wisconsin, where he acquired his Tourette's and a unique brand of crazy that is all his own. Since 2011 more often than not you can hear him saying random and off the wall ish into a mic. just for effect. Still mentally stunted @ the age 20, most of beef's jokes have a childish wit to them. So you should never look to the man for spelling or grammatical work, he's horrible at it. It's a good thing podcasting is an audio medium, where you can hear him utter classics such as Ping-pong, wassaname, and Mrrrr!

He had an opinion once, then he forgot it...

Podcasts: Legends Podcast

John D was born in the wood of french-Canarnia. Growing up in the city he studied movie making, art and literature. His venture into podcasting started in 2010 with Legends an Action Movie Podcast when John D and his friend Frank sat down to watch a series of Arnold Schwarzenegger movies and recorded their conversation.

John D produced Legends Podcast since it's inception and soon started producing other show including Comic Book Legends, Legendary Horror Theater and act as executive producer for Arthouse Legends.

Podcasts: Legends Podcast, Comic Book Legends, The Starling Tribune and GonnaGeek.com Podcast

Legends Podcast #414; Captain Marvel (Marvel)

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Captain Marvel, the twenty-first installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, arrived in theaters earlier this month on International Women’s Day. The long-awaited film, starring Brie Larson, was the first MCU outing toplined by a female character. Set in the 1990s as a prequel to the main storyline, Captain Marvel featured a de-aged performance by Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, as well as references that flesh out the backstory of the cinematic universe. Despite a troll campaign to derail the film via review bombing, Captain Marvel smashed expectations and scored a box office haul in the top ten opening weekends of all time. But does Captain Marvel earn “top gun” with our hosts, or is the film full of sound and Fury, but signifying nothing special?

 

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

 

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #413; Rushmore (Legends of ‘99)

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For his sophomore effort, indie director Wes Anderson paired with his Bottle Rocket co-writer Owen Wilson to create Rushmore, a coming-of-age tale about a overachieving underachiever at an elite prep school, the wealthy alumnus he befriends, and the attractive teacher they both fall in love with. The film made the rounds on the festival circuit in 1998 and sold out showings at single theaters in New York and LA before going wide in ‘99 – okay, we’re cheating a little here, folks – winning the Independent Spirit award and launching Bill Murray into the second phase of his career. Capturing Anderson’s signature whimsical style and sporting a British Invasion-influenced soundtrack, Rushmore was a breakout hit that set up a remarkable run for its director over the next decade. But does the film deserve an honorable mention from our hosts? Or should it be expelled?

 

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

 

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.co


Legends Podcast #412; Alita: Battle Angel (Sci-Fi)

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After spending nearly two decades in development hell, Alita: Battle Angel finally hit movie theaters last month. Based on the hit manga Gunnm (“Gun Dream”), which also spawned the anime Battle Angel Alita, the film was directed by Robert Rodriguez, co-written and produced by James Cameron, and boasted three Oscar-winning actors in supporting roles. Despite the film’s pedigree, Alita opened to underwhelming numbers at the domestic box office. Overseas, however, the film has fared better, becoming the third highest-grossing film to date in 2019. But does the film appeal to the better angels of our nature? Or is this a battle not worth fighting?

 

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

 

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #411; Office Space (Legends of ‘99)

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Mike Judge ruled the ‘90s with his animated hits Beavis and Butt-Head and King of the Hill. For his first live-action project, Judge drew on his brief career at a Silicon Valley tech firm and his Milton animated shorts to create Office Space, a satire of white-collar workplace life. With an ensemble cast and a gangsta rap-infused soundtrack, Office Space spoke to Gen-Xers who found themselves caught up in the dot-com boom of the late nineties. Though the film, saddled with an odd promotional campaign, wound up getting downsized at the box office, like so many other films of the year, Office Space lived on as cult classic after repeated airings on Comedy Central and became one of Fox’s top-selling DVDs. But, twenty years later, does the film with the tagline “Work Sucks” still work? Or does it suck?

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #410; The Limey (Legends of ‘99)

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Director Steven Soderbergh became the poster boy for independent cinema in the early ‘90s with sex, lies, and videotape, which made him the youngest director to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes at 26. His career floundered through most of the decade, until 1998 when he released an adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel with two little-known actors named Jennifer Lopez and George Clooney. Out of Sight was a massive hit and set Soderberg up as major studio director with future films like Ocean’s Eleven and Magic Mike. However, Soderbergh immediately followed up this hit the next year with a little seen Hollywoodland drama called The Limey. Starring Terence Stamp as an ex-con from the across the pond looking for answers after the death of his daughter,  the film failed to find any green at the box office. But does The Limey stand out as a hidden gem of ‘99, or does it leave a sour taste in our mouths?

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #409; The Boondock Saints (Legends of ‘99)

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Troy Duffy’s script for The Boondock Saints set off a bidding war, with the ultimate price tag of $450,000, but a troubled production and studio unease following the Columbine school shooting led to the film’s release in five theaters for only seven days, grossing a mere $30K. However, the film found glory on home video, becoming a cult classic and earning a sequel a decade later. But does it deserve to be canonized alongside the rest of the great films from the Year of Our Lord 1999? Or should you wish for pennies over your eyes whenever it comes on?

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #408; Fant4stic (Canuary)

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We’re back in the bathroom of the cinematic calendar – the month of January – and this year we’re hitting the bargain bins to dig up some turds from the comic book movie genre. Grab some TP and “goggles up!” because this show is not pretty – this is Canuary!After his low budget superpower flick Chronicle impressed audiences – and, more importantly, the brass at 20th Century Fox – director Josh Trank became the latest patsy – er, steward – to lead the Fantastic Four film franchise. Contractually obligated to keep making movies to hang on to the film rights, Fox needed  to put out another installment in the franchise with a 2-1 record of actually being released in theaters. Trank recruited a young, talented cast to build his house on and immediately trashed said house (and a certain rental property) and set everything on fire – and not in the cool Human Torch way. Sidelined during reshoots and locked out of the editing bay, Trank doubled down and threw the studio under the bus in a tweet blaming Fox for ruining the movie, and also lost his gig directing a planned Star Wars movie in the process. Of course, FANT4STIC, as the advertising styled it, bombed at box office and reviewers quickly named it the worst comic book movie in recent memory.

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #407; Green Lantern (Canuary)

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We’re back in the bathroom of the cinematic calendar – the month of January – and this year we’re hitting the bargain bins to dig up some turds from the comic book movie genre. Grab some TP and recite the oath – this is Canuary!

 

The DCEU got off to an abortive start when Green Lantern failed to light up the box office in 2011. Starring Ryan Reynolds as a test pilot turned emerald space cop, the movie crashed and burned in theaters and didn’t bring in enough green to fund a sequel, let alone spin off a cinematic universe. However, the movie wasn’t a complete loss: the original screenwriters went on to create their own DC Universe – on TV! Co-stars Angela Bassett and Taika Waititi went on to join the MCU, Temuera Morrison showed up in Aquaman, Mark Strong will get another shot at DC glory in Shazam!, and even CGI costumes are back in fashion. Everyone’s wearing them now! In fact, the only person who hasn’t made a comeback is Ryan Reynolds, right? That guy just isn’t cut out for playing the snarky bad boy lead in a comic movie. History will prove me right!

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

 

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #406; Watchmen (Canuary)

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We’re back in the bathroom of the cinematic calendar – the month of January – and this year we’re hitting the bargain bins to dig up some turds from the comic book movie genre. Grab some TP (and some Band Aids) because the streets are extended gutters and the gutters are full of blood – this is Canuary!From “visionary director” Zack Snyder comes the long-awaited adaptation of the greatest graphic novel of all time: Watchmen. Released in 2009 and based on the 1987 work by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, Snyder’s Watchmen instantly divided fans and critics. Was it too long, too dark, and too violent, or was it simply being faithful to the source material? Or did it stick to the letter of the source too slavishly, while failing to capture the spirit of the groundbreaking book, once called unfilmable by Moore, who refused to be named in the credits? Regardless, the end result was a moderate box office success. Now our hosts will seek to answer the age-old question: who watches Watchmen – if they can help it?

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! These discussions will be spoiler filled and may explicit language, so consider yourself warned.

 

For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com

You can find us on iTunes under ”Legends Podcast”. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail. You can find all our contact informations here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com


Legends Podcast #405; Catwoman (Canuary)

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We’re back in the bathroom of the cinematic calendar – the month of January – and this year we’re hitting the bargain bins to dig up some turds from the comic book movie genre. Grab some TP and take a seat – this is Canuary!This week, we’re getting in touch with our feline side and watching one of the worst movies ever made, according to Wikipedia. Released in 2004, starring Halle Berry, directed by Pitof, and loosely based on the DC Comics character – meow is time to talk about Catwoman.