Episode 67 – Stranger Things 2 – Series Review & More

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From too many 80’s pop culture references to count, and superior acting skills from seasoned film veterans like Sean Astin, Paul Resier and Winona Ryder, Stranger Things 2 delivers on so many levels, fans of will love each season in their own respective ways. Team POPX dives into all things good and nerdy with candid moments, Easter eggs and more. 


Episode 66 – Justice League Film Review & Origin Story

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This week, Team POPX tackles the finale comic film of the year, Justice League. We’ve had 6 comic films in 2017, with the JLA rounding out the finale of the genre. Will Justice League stack up against some of this past year’s heavy hitters? Listen to find out!


Episode 65 – Thor Ragnarok Film Review & More – #SpoilerAlert

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Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, the mighty Thor finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk, his former ally and fellow Avenger. Thor’s quest for survival leads him in a race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home world and the Asgardian civilization.


Episode 64 – BladeRunner 2049 (A Retrospective Look)

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Team POPX dives into Ridley Scott’s world of replicants, artificial intelligence and BladeRunners. We take a retrospective look at the 1982 cult classic, and compare it to the new film “BladeRunner 2049,” while comparing similarities and contrasts between the two films. Dare we live in a future that “More Human than Human?” 


Episode 63 – RetroBlasting Returns

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RetroBlasting Returns! Dragon Con panel hosts, and retro enthusiasts who have a passion for restoring our childhood, one action figure and play-set at a time. Join us for a retro conversation on current trends and multi-level geeky bliss, complete with free parking at POPX.LIVE!


Episode 62 – Top 10 Must See Underrated Comic Films

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Comic books and films have crossed paths many times in the past century, but in the past 40 years or more, there may have been some films released that you didn’t know were inspired by comic book origins. This week, we take a look at 10 films with deep comic roots, and showcase their impact on pop culture today. Get ready friends, this is going to be an episode to take notes on!


Episode 61 – Marvel’s The Defenders Review & More

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After years of planning and preparation, multiple seasons of character story development between DareDevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, Marvel’s “The Defenders” officially dropped on Netflix Friday August 18th. We’ve given fans a few weeks to watch the show (8 episodes) and now we’re here to review, and discuss the Marvel live streaming franchise. Face front True Believers, Excelsior!


Episode 60 – Spider-man Homecoming Film Review & More #SpoilerAlert

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Marvel’s third film of 2017 bridges the gap between Sony’s Spider-man franchise and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Actor Tom Holland reprises his as everyone’s favorite friendly “Neighborhood Spider-man.” Stay tuned for an in-depth analysis and review on the next chapter of the MCU.


Episode 59 – Transformers The Last Knight Film Review & More #SpoilerAlert

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Will Michael Bay’s final film in the Transformers series stand alongside the previous four films, or open the franchise up to more and future films? Only time will tell! But hey, Team POPX will be here to tear apart Michael Bay’s new film. Love it, or hate it, we’re gonna rate it!


Episode 58 – Wonder Woman Origin Stories & Film Review #SpoilerAlert

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The Amazon invades POPX, as we dive into all things Princess Diana of Themyscira. We offer some insightful details about Wonder Woman’s origin story, and how it relates to her first feature length cinematic debut hitting theaters June 2nd. Could this be the film to jump start the DC cinematic universe? We’ll see!