In this episode, Andy Farnsworth talks with FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention founder Dan Farr ahead of FanX Spring 2019.
New guest announcements
The process Dan & his team go through to choose & invite guests
FanX & Salt Lake's reputation among Hollywood folks and how it's evolved over the years
Dan's favorite behind-the-scenes stories from FanX conventions past
Dan's dream FanX guest (if he could get anyone)
His favorite fandoms as a kid and a grown-up
What he thinks it will take for FanX Salt Lake to become a place where major pop culture news breaks in the future
Andy Farnsworth is joined for this episode by Geektyrant and Nerdist writer Kristian Odland to talk the new James Cameron visual epic "Alita: Battle Angel."
Both agree that Cameron & Robert Rodriguez tried to cram too much story into 2 hours of movie and it left them split between feeling excited at what they saw... but also frustrated at what it could have potentially been.
[NOTE: Podcast contains SPOILERS]
The Orville seems to be a big hit with Star Trek fans. But how does it stack up against the first 18 episodes of Star Trek the Next Generation?
Join Andy Farnsworth, Adam Thomas, and Ryan Meeks as they review the first 6 episodes of "The Orville" (season 2) and compare them to Star Trek the Next Generation.
The second installation in the Lego Movie franchise leaves things good but not really awesome in the end... which is actually pretty good.
Join Andy Farnsworth and special guest Steve Salles as they discuss how much they enjoyed Lego Movie 2.
The long awaited 19 years in the making conclusion to the "Unbreakable" trilogy that we didn't know existed until "Split" in 2017, made its debut and some people are pretty disappointed. Whether you enjoy M. Night Shyamalan's filmmaking style or not, there sure is a lot to talk about when it comes the movie "Glass."
Join Andy Farnsworth and Ryan Meeks as they talk about why they aren't sure if the "Glass" is half full or half empty.
2018 had some great movies and had some... not so great movies. Andy Farnsworth and Ryan Meeks each picked 5 movies out of all the movies they saw this year that were their favorites. Check out what happens when they recap 2018 and compare notes!