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Posted by Dizzyhippos

Fear is a choice

Posted by Siriusface
Edited by mlarrabee

More?!

Posted by SolidOcelot

Should fear be a choice?

Edited by nelson1tom

Should fear talk?

Posted by TheHT

GAME OF THRONES PODCAST WEEEEEEEEE

Edited by Ksaw

@theht said:

GAME OF THRONES PODCAST WEEEEEEEEE

THE BOMB REMEMBERS.

Edited by Rohay

why spoil when you can watch there pain *cue evil life*

Edited by Aegon

Yay, despite the title, you guys should definitely talk about TV as well.

Edited by Chuck_

Yay timestamps! <3 Rorie

Posted by Wilshere

I love listening to silence! Great podcast guys.

Edited by benpicko

Hopefully they don't wank over After Earth because they know Gary

Edit: '2013's finest comedy, After Earth' oh.

Edit2: The book that this series is based on came out 13 years ago

Posted by MEATBALL

FUCK YEAH.

Edited by TheManWithNoPlan

I wish I could listen to these, but I haven't watched any of the stuff they're discussing. Still, I'm glad this is a thing. I always enjoyed listening to Alex and Rorie talk about movies on The Whiskey Happy Hour.

Posted by AlwaysBeClothing

Screened is a choice, I choose to listen. WITH A VENGEANCE.

Edited by Tarsier

fear is a choice, but only when the truth of it is seen. if not, it can allow for ignorance or destruction.

Posted by randiolo

Edited by TheHT

so it's my understanding that season 4 of game of thrones will be the second half of book 3. book 4 and 5 occur concurrently, so the following seasons will be combining the books and filming the events chronologically.

dunno how they're gonna split it all, if they'll have season 5 be the first quarter of book 4 and 5 and then season 6 be the second quarter, etc. I read that not as much happens in book 4 and 5, so who knows.

Posted by Dizzyhippos

No love for season 5 of venture brothers D:

Posted by MachoFantastico

Woo! Always welcomed!

Posted by bkbroiler

oh damn i actually can't listen to this one due to spoilers. QUICK I GOTTA WATCH 3 SEASONS OF GAME OF THRONES OVERNIGHT

Edited by TheHT

@rorie Game of Thrones spoilers also 53:53-54:30

Edited by evilboy2000

I full heatedly endorse this podcast! I really miss Alex and Rories movie reviews! More please! Please more!!!

Posted by selfconfessedcynic

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!

Edited by Bishop113

Game of thrones spoilers start at 28 not 40:00.

Posted by Capt_Ventris

This podcast needs a hip thrusting theme like the current BombCast one.

Posted by TopCat

Awesome we got a movie and tv podcast just before E3 awesome !!!!

Posted by benpicko

Scott Ridley is my favourite director

Edited by Luck702

With Game of Thrones, the first hour after the last episode I was furious, sad, and confused. I really had to sleep on it before I really come to terms with it. I hope those people boycotting GoT were just acting on a gut reaction. If it happened in the book, it's inevitable that it happened in the show.

Posted by Bishop113

Ima slap you rorie, Pacific Rim as Alex says looks just badass, pulls your classy cap off and get into it, the giant robot fucking rocket punches the monster in the trailer for fuck's sake, anyone who isn't into that ain't no friend of mine!

Posted by Nev

I continue to love these. Thanks Alex and Rorie!

Edited by edoone

movie Podcast!?...... Hummmmm :P

Edited by SlinkDickens

FWIW, I think the chapter in the book that the latest episode of Game of Thrones covers was more upsetting because

It ended on a cliff hanger that led you to believe Arya was also killed.

Edited by Scotto

@luck702 said:

With Game of Thrones, the first hour after the last episode I was furious, sad, and confused. I really had to sleep on it before I really come to terms with it. I hope those people boycotting GoT were just acting on a gut reaction. If it happened in the book, it's inevitable that it happened in the show.

If they cared that much, of course they will be back. People said they were done with the show when Ned Stark died too.

And as someone who has read the books, the dying isn't done yet. :D

Posted by paulunga

God damn, I haven't watched this season of Game of Thrones yet, I can't listen to this. I like watching TV shows entire seasons at a time.

Only 3 more days...

Edited by CommanderGermanShepard

@rorie Box Office Bombcast?

Edited by CommanderGermanShepard

@luck702 said:

With Game of Thrones, the first hour after the last episode I was furious, sad, and confused. I really had to sleep on it before I really come to terms with it. I hope those people boycotting GoT were just acting on a gut reaction. If it happened in the book, it's inevitable that it happened in the show.

Isn't that so cool, that a scene so horrific and unexpected can actually make people genuinely angry at a show. Show's how good that show really is, to bring out real emotions like that.

Posted by metalliccookies

Yey another one :) I have to say these podcasts are becoming one of my fav things on the site :)

Posted by Excast

Gary Whitta must be loving Giantbomb right about now. :D

Edited by Zevvion

@luck702 said:

With Game of Thrones, the first hour after the last episode I was furious, sad, and confused. I really had to sleep on it before I really come to terms with it. I hope those people boycotting GoT were just acting on a gut reaction. If it happened in the book, it's inevitable that it happened in the show.

Isn't that so cool, that a scene so horrific and unexpected can actually make people genuinely angry at a show. Show's how good that show really is, to bring out real emotions like that.

I'm am only speaking for myself, but I am skeptical if you can take the story of a book and translate it into a series while still keeping it interesting. I know mine if an unpopular opinion, but I'm not moved by books the way I am by actual people acting really well.

Killing off main characters in a book is never really an issue for me, because other characters can fill their purpose in some way or another. But in a series, those characters are gone. I was attached to their voice, their movements, their expressions, their appearance... all that stuff is absent in books which makes it easier for me to 'deal with it'.

What I think I might not like is not that the characters I like are getting killed off. If that suits the story, then it's fine. But the series still continues. I worry that I might start disliking the series at some point, because it might become uninteresting to me.

If all I get to see now if more scenes of Sansa and Joffrey, I will be very disappointed and honestly, kind of bored. They'll have to introduce new characters, which is very tough to do and pull it off to have me care about them.

I'm not complaining yet. Just skeptical if they can pull it off. I guess it is possible, because Grey Worm was only recently introduced, but I think he's the reason the word 'boss' was invented.

Posted by peachesrcool

Name Idea:

Fear is a choice: The Giantbomb Movie Podcast.

Posted by CommanderGermanShepard

@zevvion said:

@commandergermanshepard said:

@luck702 said:

With Game of Thrones, the first hour after the last episode I was furious, sad, and confused. I really had to sleep on it before I really come to terms with it. I hope those people boycotting GoT were just acting on a gut reaction. If it happened in the book, it's inevitable that it happened in the show.

Isn't that so cool, that a scene so horrific and unexpected can actually make people genuinely angry at a show. Show's how good that show really is, to bring out real emotions like that.

I'm am only speaking for myself, but I am skeptical if you can take the story of a book and translate it into a series while still keeping it interesting. I know mine if an unpopular opinion, but I'm not moved by books the way I am by actual people acting really well.

Killing off main characters in a book is never really an issue for me, because other characters can fill their purpose in some way or another. But in a series, those characters are gone. I was attached to their voice, their movements, their expressions, their appearance... all that stuff is absent in books which makes it easier for me to 'deal with it'.

What I think I might not like is not that the characters I like are getting killed off. If that suits the story, then it's fine. But the series still continues. I worry that I might start disliking the series at some point, because it might become uninteresting to me.

If all I get to see now if more scenes of Sansa and Joffrey, I will be very disappointed and honestly, kind of bored. They'll have to introduce new characters, which is very tough to do and pull it off to have me care about them.

I'm not complaining yet. Just skeptical if they can pull it off. I guess it is possible, because Grey Worm was only recently introduced, but I think he's the reason the word 'boss' was invented.

I feel you just need to accept death, many characters will come and go alot of books left.

Posted by ComradeCrash

Yay more movies!

Posted by Bboboo

O_O It's back.

Also call it, Behind the Giant Door.

Edited by core1065

This podcast needs to be called "jumping the Shark" with a luchadeer shark... Come on people, do I have to think of everything here.

Edited by super2j

I want to listen to this sooooo hard! but I cant spoil these new movies, I can't even chance it!

Posted by BoOzak

Are the GoT spoilers from the show or the books?

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