At the Movies Episode 47: Jurassic World

Over 20 years after the tragic incident at Isla Nublar, Jurassic World is open for business! Does Colin Trevorrow’s return to this legendary franchise do justice for the fans? Blake and Erin give you their thoughts on the summer’s biggest film to date.

And what’s cool this week? Blake wants you guys all to march on down to your local comic shop and pick up Action Comics #41 and Thom Zahler’s charming Long Distance #1.

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

At the Movies Episode 47: Jurassic World

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Episode 286: A Weekend at the Movies

They’re both back! Overcoming Herculean computer problems, this week Blake and Erin are both audible as they talk a little bit about the current movie crop. Erin sings the praises of Jurassic Park in 3D, while Blake gives his opinion on the remake of Evil Dead and the new DVD release of John Dies at the End. The two also talk this week’s episode of Doctor Who and mourn the passing of comic greats Carmine Infantino and George Gladir. Contact us with comments, suggestions, or anything else at Showcase@CXPulp.com!

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Episode 237: The New 52 Week 2 Review

Halfway through the first month of DC Comics’ New 52, Blake and Erin sit down to discuss the comics they’ve read so far. They dig into Batman, Suicide Squad, Lanterns (both Green and Red), Demon Knights, Frankenstein, Batwoman, Static Shock and much more! In the picks, Erin goes retro with Image’s I Hate Gallant Girl and Michael Crichton‘s novel The Lost World, and Blake stays contemporary with Resurrection Man #1 and Life With Archie #13. Contact us with comments, suggestions, or anything else at Showcase@CXPulp.com!

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Episode 231: Cowboys and Aliens and Movies (Oh My!)

Cowboys and AliensThe guys reunite this week to give their thoughts on the new Harrison Ford/Daniel Craig picture, Cowboys and Aliens! After, the take the time to chat about some of the movie and TV news from San Diego that was left out last week, such as a new Jurassic Park film and a Voltron reboot. Kenny reviews the new Thundercats TV show, and Blake takes the time to chat with Rebecca Marshall Ferris about her new documentary film Miller’s Tale, about the life of actor/writer Jason Miller. In the picks, Kenny goes with 50 Girls 50 #2 and Blake selects the new nonfiction tome from Grant Morrison, Supergods. Contact us with comments, suggestions, or anything else at Showcase@CXPulp.com!

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