’82 dives into the dynamic of the hotly-debated topic of cinematic movie trailers. Are they effective as marketing tools? Are they too revealing? How have they evolved over the years? Tune in for the answers!
E3 2018 hit Los Angeles last week and the '82 crew give their opinion on the best and worst of gaming's biggest conference. The Cerebral Ninja emerges from the vacation shadows to give a quick fire review of The Incredibles 2. Rowls breaks the unfortunate news and fallout from the Chris Hardwick abuse scandal. Wally "The Lawnsman" is eager to unleash his opinion on the E3 presentations from the "Big 3": Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo
WARNING: SPOILERS!!! Fresh off of two viewings in as many days, Wally Analog and Rowls Royce Elite provide a spoiler-laden review of the cinematic event ten years in the making...Avengers: Infinity War!!
At Est. 1982, we love our video games, movies & television. Every "1982sday", we want our listeners to take part in the conversations we have on regular basis. We are working hard EVERY DAY to improve and provide more content for our listeners. Our mission is to expand our podcast over time to become a network of podcasts that pertain to what we hold near and dear to our hearts. So enter... Black Lightning!
When episode 1 of Black Lightning hit the airwaves, we were all blown away by...
With the phenomenal success of Marvel's Black Panther, the topic of representation in pop culture has become increasingly relevant. This 1982sday, we wanted to replay an episode that focuses on the varying levels of diversity in the past, present and future pop culture properties.
Rowls Royce Elite and Wally Analog discuss the strangeness coming out of 20th Century Fox, from the parting ways of Donald Glover & FX with the Deadpool animated series to the “rushed” green lighting of Marvel properties.
Donald Glover and FX part ways with animated Deadpool TV series (Credit: The...
The ‘82 crew discusses openly the well-deserved hype to Marvel Studios upcoming film, Black Panther! Wally and Hattori become the hosts on "What Not To Wear" to the Black Panther premiere. Also, Hattori reminisces about a movie experience in Memphis that left Rowls in tears.