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For the Nerd with Scott Murray
44 minutes | 5 days ago
Interview Archive: Paul Watson talks about The Terror
If you've seen AMC's The Terror (Season 1), you know about the crews of The Terror, The Erebus and their tragic fate while searching for the Northwest Passage. This is a 2019 interview Scott had with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Paul Watson about his book Ice Ghosts: The Epic Hunt for the Lost Franklin Expedition
43 minutes | 12 days ago
INTERVIEW: Luke Flowers and the Labyrinth ABC Storybook
Scott shares his thoughts on Season 2 of The Mandalorian. Special guest Luke Flowers talks about his artistic and illustrative journey. This includes talking about his new book - Labyrinth: The ABC Storybook and the process of figuring out how to match an element of the movie with the alphabet.
58 minutes | 19 days ago
Interview: Cole Horton & Dan Zehr Discuss The Star Wars Book
Scott shares his pros and cons for each Star Wars trilogy. Cole Horton and Dan Zehr discuss the comprehensive scope and details found in The Star Wars Book.
51 minutes | a month ago
Interview: The Nerdy Music of Hyperspace
Scott talks about his skepticism over viral and reaction videos. The nerdy pop punk band Hyperspace discuss their nerd passions, creative process, copyright roadblocks and song titles ("Do or Do Not", "The Ghost of Carrie Fisher", "Ramona", Rogue One, etc.)
26 minutes | a month ago
Interview Archives: Lar Park Lincoln and Fred Tatasciore
Scott shares two celebrity interviews from his podcast archive - Lar Park Lincoln (Tina from Friday the 13th Part VII) and voice actor Fred Tatasciore.
63 minutes | 2 months ago
Halloween Costumes, Movies and Comics
FTN contributor Chris Clews joins the show to discuss childhood costume and haunted house memories, as well as share some classic 80s horror movie recommendations. FTN Contributors Matt Moore and Regina Davis share Halloween/horror comics at different levels - safe and fun to EXTREME.
75 minutes | 2 months ago
Learning D&D and Understanding Bronies
Is it possible to try to play Dungeons and Dragons for the first time and not be told you're doing it wrong? D&D instructor Colby Nichols is here to discuss teaching the game. What does it mean to be a Brony, and is the fandom much different from other fandoms? Dr. Daniel Chadborn talks about Bronies and the psychology of fandom.
66 minutes | 2 months ago
Anime Skills and Batman Kills
Elise Baughman (Anime Adventures) talks about how the Anime industry and fandom has adjusted to COVID-19. Does Batman kill? If so, is it intentional? Is there a right or wrong answer? Dr. Travis Langley (Batman & Psychology: A Dark & Stormy Knight) and Seth Everett (The Hall of Justice Podcast) discuss the popular debate.
63 minutes | 2 months ago
The Jim Henson Legacy Part 2
In the second part of our Jim Henson Legacy show, Stacey Gordon (Julia from Sesame Street) joins us to discuss her journey from puppeteer and autism habilitator to autism mom and the Muppeteer who brought the first autistic character to life on Sesame Street.
54 minutes | 2 months ago
The Jim Henson Legacy: Part One
In part one of our Jim Henson tribute week, Joe Hennes of ToughPigs.com talks about how The Muppets have influenced and impacted his life. We'll also discuss Muppet history and what Disney has done with the franchise after Jim Henson passed away. Also, you'll hear Austin Pendleton (The Muppet Movie), Charles Grodin (The Great Muppet Caper) and Juliana Donald (The Muppets Take Manhattan) talk about their experience working with Jim Henson.
79 minutes | 2 months ago
Going to Disney World - No Bazinga
How safe does it feel at Disney World? If you go, is it still fun and magical? FTN contributor Tessa Smith (MamasGeeky.com) spent nine days at the parks, and she's here with a report. We discuss the likes and dislikes about The Big Bang Theory with FTN contributors Dan Zehr (Coffee With Kenobi), Regina Davis (Comic Book Noob) and Anita Castellar (Fangirl Consulting).
81 minutes | 3 months ago
Back to the Movies with Bill & Ted
Brandon Jones (FilmFrog Marketing) and James Faust (Dallas Film Society) discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on movie theaters and what it all means for the present and future of movie-going. FTN contributor Jeff McGee joins Scott to discuss Bill and Ted Face the Music and the BIll & Ted trilogy.
52 minutes | 3 months ago
Battle of the Hogwarts Houses
Darth Taxus creates his own Harry Potter adventure as Scott (Ravenclaw), Jennifer Murray (Hufflepuff), Dr. Janina Scarlet (Slytherin) and Dustin McGinnis (Gryffindor) compete in a series of Hogwarts House challenges featuring spells, potions, trivia and more.
66 minutes | 3 months ago
The Karate Kid, The Song and The Series
Joe "Bean" Esposito joins the show to discuss his music career and the opportunity to sing, "You're the Best" for The Karate Kid. FTN contributor Jeff McGee (MarvinDog Media) talks with Scott about the Karate Kid movies and how they tie into the Cobra Kai series.
69 minutes | 3 months ago
Quiz & Debate: Potter, Panther, Blockbusters and Bats
FTN contributors Britni Lamb and Nathan Chick compete in today's quiz and debate show. Topics include Harry Potter, Batman, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Terminator, Black Panther and much more!
82 minutes | 4 months ago
Inspirations From Star Trek
Harp musician (and sci-fi/Star Trek fan) Erin Hill explains how she merges sci-fi fandoms with music creations. Dan Madsen (the creator of the Star Trek Fan Club and Newsletter) shares stories and memories from his life in Star Trek, including a funny (and maybe a little embarrassing) first interview, a memorable Star Trek contest winner and an Original Series episode that changed his life.
75 minutes | 4 months ago
Who is James Hampton?
Remember that guy? You know, the one who played Michael J. Fox's dad in Teen Wolf? That guy who was in Slingblade with Billy Bob Thornton? He's that guy in Condorman. Remember? That guy who was in all those TV shows? Well, James Hampton's career in Hollywood was filled with funny stories, incredible luck and memorable roles. He was one of those actors who had the memorable face, but not always the most memorable name. Mary Deese Hampton is here to discuss his fascinating and entertaining autobiography. Nerd Contributor Matt Moore will stop by to discuss Condorman, the comics and the possible continuation of the story.
92 minutes | 4 months ago
Gaming in Quarantine, Talking the Badlands
The pandemic has people spending more time at home, and even if you're an avid gamer - you might need new games to play. Video Game Nerd Contributors Aaron Carter, Mia Dallas and Tiffany Ojeda have some suggestions for you. If you need something to binge, Scott recommends Into the Badlands on Netflix. He talks to Sherman Augustus about his role in the series.
84 minutes | 4 months ago
Fan Behaviors and Toy Exclusives
San Diego Comic-Con is virtual this year, but there are toy exclusives. Loryn Stone (Toy Wizards) is here to discuss some of the virtual offerings and give insights on the toy exclusive world. Jon Favreau stressed the importance of listening to fans, but in fandoms that include emotionally-charged (and sometimes toxic) reactions, how much influence is reasonable? Dan Zehr (Coffee With Kenobi) and Britni Lamb (TipsByBrit) join the show to discuss their thoughts.
78 minutes | 4 months ago
The Back to the Future Trilogy
The first episode of the podcast features a comprehensive discussion about Back to the Future with 80s Nerd Contributor Chris Clews and actor Burton Gilliam (Back to the Future III). We'll discuss the science, the famous plot hole, the music, the sequels, the cameos, the themes and more.
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