With the announcement that Daniel Craig will be absconding the role of James Bond: 007 soon, many names and faces have been touted to carry on the role of the world's best-known secret agent. On a recent episode, we went over the short list of candidates, and two really stood out: Tom Hiddleston and Tom Hardy. Which one gets our endorsement? You'll just have to listen and find out.
The other hotly anticipated superhero movie of the spring 2016 season, X-Men: Apocalypse stood in the shadow of Captain America: Civil War, but was a pretty outstanding movie in its own right. We dropped our take on the last episode of Face For Radio, and now we've got it for you here. Check it out!
Check out this great bonus clip from Face For Radio Episode 008: Tool And The Gang!
There’s a dildo you can use to lay eggs inside yourself. We talk about it. In depth. I hope you’re ready.
Check out this great bonus clip from Face For Radio Episode 007: Midichlorians Not Included! Sony recently developed a set of contact lenses that can record video, the uses for which should be as obvious as they are insidious. The FFR gang explores several of them, the dangers of technology’s ability to outpace its ability to be legislated, and the importance of cautionary tales in science fiction as means to educate the public about technology’s dark side.
Check out this great bonus clip from Face For Radio Episode 008: Tool And The Gang! The gang discuss the brand-new cat-themed nightclub “Neko” that just opened up in Japan, home to over 120 cats that patrons can play and/or cuddle with, quickly moving on to explore the depths of Lady Slade’s gigantic fear of felines. Listen to Face For Radio LIVE Thursday’s from 9-midnight PST!
In which we discuss the Fox-newsification of Star Wars, superhero technology catching up to real life, and whether or not in a post-Babel Fish world, the French will still be assholes. All this and more on FACE FOR RADIO, Thursdays from 9-midnight at echoplexmedia.com!
Extraordinary films often require extraordinary analysis. Captain America: Civil War is a triumph of film making, ushering in a bold new vision for the future of comic book movies that stands to change the face of big-tent cinema. The gang goes deep, way deep into why this movie matters, whose side we were on, and what we can expect from the zillion Marvel movies to come.
On a recent episode, Randle took an opportunity to delve into the fascinating and unprecedented tech story behind the now-infamous Panama Papers, the largest corporate whistleblower leak in history. And wouldn't you know; just like with us, the open-source software gospel lies at the very heart of their whole operation.