Updated: New SVRadio in late April, network full of relaunches and premieres

Alright so I’m already prepping for the next release of SVRadio for toward the end of the month. I need to figure out what the name of this marathon awards episode is going to be titled too. One thing I am sure about, is that the award show will be broadcasting at a later date. The month of May looks to feature about three movie reviews–from hulu.com too, but they won’t be following any particular theme.

The network as a whole has been super busy, so I’m going to take this paragraph to shop every single BIG thing that has gone on since I last updated:

Alright, AfterDark Radio recently ended it’s run on our airwaves–only to rise from the ashes as NexusGen Radio. Check out the brand-spanking new premiere by clicking here. The ladies discuss Summer Wars, Captain America 2, and even introduce a new member of the NexusGen team.

Wiseguy Jukebox has some big news to announce, as the show will taking on a very hot issue within the music community–The death of Hip-Hop. Or perhaps the ‘poor’ state that so many seem to think it’s in. More on what the official word on what’s to come soon. In the meantime, Dj Horus has a new episode out centered around Electronic music. Click here to listen to that episode now.

Bobbo’s Block, after a sudden hiatus, is experiencing a little reboot of sorts as it slowly positions itself as the headlining program for the network. Tonight (April 16, 2014) the show releases a Toonami tribute. If you’re interested in hearing older episodes, click here to jump to their podomatic page.

And last but not least–Project Zion has kicked off it’s first radio drama series titled G-Diffuser 01. The series follows Fox McCloud and team Starfox’s adventures. The show is written, directed, and starring Johnny Balsa. Click here to hear episodes 0-3, and here for episode 4.

Alright guys, that wraps it up for this post–I will catch you guys on the next SVRadio, will be chatting about the latest, greatest, and/or most hated topics floating about the movie world. Until then!





11 more movies added to the Golden Shelf of Glory



Wow, I scored a big one here, guys!

  • Romeo Must Die
  • Cradle 2 The Grave
  • Universal Soldier: The Return
  • Knock Off
  • The Hard Corps
  • Second in Command
  • Kiss of the Dragon (already reviewed)
  • ONG-BAK: The Thai Warrior
  • Red Cliff
  • The Man with the Iron Fists


I’m also going to add a few of these to the Watch-List page! Can you guess which ones?

Here's a hint...

Here’s a hint…


63 and counting!



I just spent about 30 minutes going through and organizing the site. It was about that time, and now the Recapped! Reviews page is up to date. You’ll also notice that marathon movies are now in the mix with the other reviews I’ve done. Once I have the new list of movies to watch, I’ll setup the preview posts for the coming days. Capeesh!? Also, I’m looking for a new job in the real world so this blog is pretty much the only thing I have going outside of job searching. That probably means more reviews in a shorter amount of time. Probably.

Wednesday the 15th

I’m pretty sure this is the first non-review post I’ve written in a while. People were confused about where my site was actually located and such. Sometimes I did a podcast, other times I didn’t. Things were a little jumbled and jarring, even for me. Whatever. This is for fun. I like watching stuff and keeping a little, nerdy diary on it. Sue me. I will apologize for notĀ apologizingĀ about missed episodes in the past. From now on though, I’ve decided on three things.

1. I will only make podcasts about current events and crazy, weird stories I wanna talk about.

2. I will write my reviews on the blog, as usual.

3. Marathon reviews will also be limited to being written only.


Doing it this way, the blog can remain a hobby and not become more work than necessary.

SVMB: Saturday the 25th

Looking like you guys will get an episode a week, even if some are “news-only”. My schedule has switched again, so that I have time for it.

I just watched the NBA All-Star Weekend and was sorta unimpressed with the night as a whole. Starting with Kevin Hart NOT being all that funny to me; there just wasn’t a ton to get all that excited about. The most ‘All-Star’ event of the night was the ‘Skills’ competion, because like every GREAT point guard in the league (except Derek Rose and Chris Paul) were in it. The Dunk contest was boring. All the dunkers missed a bunch of dunks, and the made dunks were less-than stellar. BEST PART of the night was Charles Barkley being Charles Barkley. His ‘commentary’ was at least a decent comic relief in an otherwise dull, quiet bore of an event. It’s just my opinion obviously, but I really think the Dunk contest should only be every other year. The years the dunk contest is not featured, replace it with either a “comedy club” event or just bump the Celebrity All-Star game into Saturday night. Do something to make this interesting again! PLEASE!?


Sunday I’ll be prepping for a show this week, and I may try to record a little something before the Oscars comes on that night. We’ll see. As for now, here’s the iTunes feed to the show, I unlocked the STUPID password-protected problem we were having so everyone should be able to download the show now! Again, sorry about that. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO SUBSCRIBE! THANKS!



I’ve been watching Initial D: First Stage, a racing anime from the late 90s. It’s simple, addicting and I’m not ashamed to say I dug it. I’ve watched 19 episodes, and now I’m moving on to Rideback. More on how that show impresses or pisses me off coming soon…