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Denver Pop Culture Con 2019 Coverage for Nerds That Geek

In addition to being one of the voices of the Movie Mumble podcast, I also write articles for Nerds That Geek, mostly about Denver Pop Culture Con. While I’m attending, my main focus is usually panels, but I also check out venders, artists, other creators, and this year, Movie Mumble recorded a special ‘live’ episode. If you’re interested in checking out any of my coverage, you can read my nerdy checklist written in anticipation of DPCC, listen to our special episode of the  Movie Mumble podcast, check out the list of my Top 10 Vendor Booths, and read the reviews of the three panels I attended: From Script to Screen: How to Make MoviesPitch Perfect: Crafting the Best Book Proposal, and Take an Idea from Concept to Creation – HBO’s Asunda. Oh, and I also met Dan Fogler.

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Movie Mumble podcast, ‘Good Bye Lenin!’

On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted Episode 23 of the Movie Mumble podcast: ‘Good Bye Lenin!’ Listen as Joel, Scott, and I “dive into a motion picture revolving around one young man’s quest to keep the truth about how the world is changing from his mother.” As a prelude, listen to the various themes in the media player.

Movie Mumble podcast, ‘Serenity’ and ‘Denver Pop Culture Con 2019’ Special Episode

On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted Episode 21 of the Movie Mumble podcast: ‘Serenity’ (it’s old enough to drink legally!). Listen as Joel, Scott, and I “reflect upon a Joss Whedon film that divided its fan base by providing closure to some while breaking the hearts of others.”

Also, check out our special DPCC episode where we “take a few minutes out of [our] busy day at Denver Pop Culture Con 2019 to discuss the wonder of this magnificent convention!”

As a prelude, listen to the various themes in the media player.

Movie Mumble podcast, ‘Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb’

On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted Episode 20 of the Movie Mumble podcast: ‘Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb’. Listen as Joel, Scott, and I “reflect upon one of Stanley Kubrick’s earliest films.” As a prelude, listen to the various themes in the media player.