A lot of great stuff happened in 2015. Star Wars is back (and pretty cool again), James Bond returned, Fargo was better than ever … choosing only 15 great things from the year wasn’t the easiest task in the world. But when one decides to write about 15 – and only 15 – great
Friend of the show and long-ago guest K. Dale Koontz makes her triumphant return to Gobbledygeek, and this time, she’s brought along her lovely husband Ensley F. Guffey. Together, they’ve written Wanna Cook? The Complete, Unofficial Companion to Breaking Bad, which is pretty much what the title says. Dale and Ensley geek
Dir: Kat Candler Coming into SXSW, Hellion had a tremendous amount of buzz. A movie by local Austin director Kat Candler (Cicadas, Black Metal) that stars Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul (most recently of Need For Speed) set expectations high. By all accounts Hellion surpasses expectations and is Candler’s finest work to
We had the chance to speak with Need for Speed star Aaron Paul about the movie, and his Price is Right experience. Enjoy!
As the evenings get shorter, the rain starts to sweep over the country, and temperatures drop, going out at night seems far less appealing than staying in in front of the television. To help get you through the next six months, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of box sets that
There’s a lot to be said for the last decade in television. We got counter-terrorists, islands, clones, meth cooks, zombies, ad executives, motorcycle outlaws and 12 year old kings, but, most importantly, the last decade of television saw the rise of one key figure, the anti-hero, and the shining example
Some consider pumpkin carving a child’s amusement, to others a seasonal craft project. Not I. To me it is a ritual, an annual meditation of self-expression and true craftsmanship. My hope is that Ron Swanson would be proud. The flickering warm glow from within the ephemeral canvas is as peaceful
You… probably forgot all about it, but we’re back with the long delayed conclusion to HEISENBERG’S PLAYHOUSE to discuss the end of BREAKING BAD!
Yet another episode of The BastardCast for you. This time, we’re talking Daniel Day Lewis in STAR WARS, Dinosaur erotica, moon beer, and the end of BREAKING BAD
With our hooves glued firmly to the steering wheel, this week on The Popcast we treat you PopT’s to reviews of Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Prisoners and Gravity. We also mourn the end of Breaking Bad, chop up THAT finale, cast aside Walt Jr’s love for breakfast and wander into
Every Monday, we highlight one song that you may not have heard of, may not have heard in ages, or one that we just can’t seem to get out of our heads. Enjoy! I’m still recovering from last night’s fantastic Breaking Bad finale. If you haven’t seen it yet, just stop reading now because
Tonight’s the night, kiddos: Breaking Bad series finale. Many consider this to be the best television show of the 2000s, if not of all time, and tonight it’s signing off the airwaves in what should be an action-packed, emotional roller coaster ride of a finale. We’ll have a recap episode of Heisenberg’s Playhouse
BREAKING BAD gets its own Super Bowl Pre-Game show with the long awaited 7th episode of HEISENBERG’S PLAYHOUSE and things get weird
“In the desert you can remember your name”–A Horse With No Name (Used in Breaking Bad‘s Season 3 Ep. 2 “Caballo Sin Nombre”) Last week’s second-to-last hour of Breaking Bad, “Granite State,” may have been one of the series’ most enigmatic episodes–and one that requires a few viewings to see it