New Episode of The (title pending) Movie Podcast with Tank and Fogs!!

PodcastHere we go everybody! It’s the latest and greatest (title pending) for your listening pleasure!

Four different movies to discuss this week. Tank and I each discuss “Ender’s Game” and “Thor: The Dark World”, and then Tank has us covered on “About Time” and “Free Birds”.

Then, in light of all the septuagenarians in film in recent weeks, Tank and I visit the Cinematic Senior Center and discuss our favorite actors and actresses over the age of seventy. It’s surprising how many big name actors have reached that milestone, and Tank and I discuss some of our faves!

It’s a great episode and you won’t want to miss it! As always, you can download it directly, here, or search for us on iTunes or Stitcher radio by looking for (title pending) or Tank and Fogs!


The Avengers

Heh heh heh. WOW! Whoooooo hooo!!

Summer blockbuster entertainment at its absolute finest. A roller coaster ride of action, comedy and great characters. A total blast.

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Follow Fridays: The Focused Filmographer’s Avengers Initiative!

Our good friend Terrence “T” Faulkner  – The Focused Filmographer – is running a special event this week in order to get everyone pumped up for next Friday’s release of “The Avengers”. Each day from now til next Friday, T is going to be running a special “Avengers” related post…. and to do it, he’s going to be assembling his own team from around the blogosphere.

Leading off? Yours truly, with a look back at the movie that started this all, “Iron Man”.

Also on tap coming up are entries from our good buddies Aidy, of Aidy’s Reviews, Morgan (traitor) Lewis of Morgan on Media, Jaina (traitor) Mistry of Time Well-Spent, and Ruth Maramis of Flixchatter!

So be sure to stop by and check it out, and follow it all week-long to get psyched out of your mind for “The Avengers”!!

News Worth Sharing: Thor sequel is a go!

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Marvel and Disney have confirmed a Thor Sequel will be coming in 2013.

That’s good news for us fans of the first one, especially as second movies in Superhero franchises tend to be better than the first (there’s exceptions, of course). At this point, Kenneth Branagh is not attached, but I think the sequel can survive without him.