The Citadel Cafe 162: G’mork

The Citadel Cafe 162: G’mork

Hammond Chamberlain is here to talk about a few nostalgic films from the 80’s. Time Bandits. The NeverEnding Story. Do they hold up? It all depends on how old you were on your first viewing. 80’s drug cartels on the other hand, that’s good TV right there. Joel has been devouring art online and Hammond of course has a music pick to share.

The Citadel Cafe 161: We’re All Here To Kill People

Kyle Fergusson from Into The Nexus stops by the cafe to chat about Heroes Of The Storm, online gaming communities, what cool anime should be and his adventures in digital art. Joel has an art recommendation of his own; The Art of Loish on Kickstarter.

The Citadel Cafe 160: I Sense Homework

Brockett Vola has given out an assignment. Complete Sense 8 on Netflix. We are also supposed to read Ex-Heroes, like Superman better than Batman (Despite the dumb name of the upcoming film.) and if you listen to Joel to, re-watch The Lord of the Rings on blu-ray.

The Citadel Cafe 159: Mr Crab

Lou Page is here to talk Netflix, Roku, Hulu and imaginary friends. Joel has some pressing concerns about his performance curve in Heroes of the Storm and we argue the value of a Deadpool movie. Plus, D&D comics!

Apologies for the crunchy audio that picked up about half way through the episode. We’re not sure what happened, but it became clear later that Joel had a rough connection.