SDCC 2017 preview with guests Matt Key and Brian D. Bradley Welcome to Episode 36 of Booze and Phasers! The podcast where Claudia Dolph, Audrey Kearns and guests drink Genre and talk booze…we mean, we booze Genre and drink phasers… wait a minute, green people, Gorn – ENERGIZE! We’re proud to be a part of the Giant Size Team Up network. Check them out, here!! Listen to more episodes of Booze and Phasers here! *** In episode 36 of Booze and Phasers, Audrey Kearns sits down to chat with Matt Key (GGA Comics Contributor, Marvel Movie News, Geek and Sundry’s The Wednesday Club) and Brian D. Bradley (Television writer) about their hopes and...Read More
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Guest Matt Key, Star Trek News and What to Expect at Comic Con! Welcome to Booze and Phasers! The Star Trek podcast where Heather Brooker, Claudia Dolphand Audrey Kearns drink Trek and talk booze…we mean, we booze Trek and drink phasers… wait a minute, green people, Gorn – ENERGIZE! Listen to more episodes of Booze and Phasers here! *********** Welcome to episode 7 of Booze and Phasers! Matt Key joins Audrey, Claudia and Heather in this episode. Matt is a senior comics contributor to Geek Girl Authority and Doctor Strange lookalike. You can read all his posts here in The Sanctum Mattorum. Matt also hosts the...Read More
Marvel Movie News Guide for Episode #65 — MATT KEY TALKED TO THE RUSSOS ABOUT CIVIL WAR, AGENT CARTER AND DOCTOR STRANGE CROSSOVER, DAREDEVIL IS AWESOME!
~Matt Key Marvel Movie News Guide for Episode #65 — MATT KEY TALKED TO THE RUSSOS ABOUT CIVIL WAR, AGENT CARTER AND DOCTOR STRANGE CROSSOVER, DAREDEVIL IS AWESOME! Marvel Movie News #65 January 14, 2016 Marvel Movie News is a podcast / youtube show that’s produced by AfterBuzz and Popcorn Talk studios where they talk about all the news out from Marvel that week! Fox, Netflix, Sony, ABC, or just Marvel Studio itself — if it involves a Marvel property, we talk about it. The show is hosted by Matt Key, Meredith Placko and Coy Jandreau. You can find our...Read More
5 Questions #5 with Matt Key It’s another Friday in GGA Land and I’m so very happy to ask my dear friend and GGA’s resident Marvel expert 5 Questions about the things that are important to me, food and superheroes. Knowing about all things Marvel isn’t Matt’s only talent. He’s a writer, improvisor, Groundling’s Sunday Company alum, pretty much a know-it-all about anything in the geeky and sci-fi worlds and the host of The Popcorn Talk Network’s, Marvel Movie News. Let’s get right into it! 1. What is your favorite food? Favorite genre of food would be Mexican food. I am down to eat that any time of the day. The runner up would be...Read More
We here at Geek Girl Authority are dedicated to bringing you only the best news and articles, but we’re also dedicated to giving you our opinions in the hopes that they will give you ideas to pursue and options to consider. That’s why we’re giving you our top ten Christmas movies. Already, I’ve been reminded by Jenny that Gremlins took place around Christmas and now I know that, maybe, Penny Serenade is a movie I should see… Anyway, here’s my list of top ten Christmas movies. Oh, first things first, let me preface my list with this caveat: my...Read More
In Episode 16 of Kneel Before Aud, I sit down with a very very good friend, Matt Key (Schmoes Know Marvel News from Marvel Fans, The Groundlings, There Will Be Brawl). A writer, improvisor and actor, Matt and I talk about his nerdly beginnings, his short turn at seminary school, being a part of The Groundlings and his love for Dr. Strange. Follow Matt Key on twitter, here! Follow Audrey on twitter here and Google+ here Follow Geek Girl Authority on twitter here and Google+ here Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android |...Read More
The fictional African country of Wakanda is one of, if not the most technologically advanced and richest countries on the planet. The country is home to a huge vibranium source, brilliant scientists and, of course, Black Panther himself, King T’Challa. With this history, it comes as no surprise that Marvel Custom Solutions and Lexus teamed up for the tremendously anticipated Black Panther film due out in February. If you go look at that amazing Black Panther trailer again (and you should), you’ll see a shiny Lexus. Yes, this is product placement, but if you think about it, the two...Read More
Stardate 95293.28 through 95312.43 September 10, 2017 – September 16, 2017 Welcome to the eleventh edition of GGA Ready Room! Let’s take a look at what Star Trek news we missed last week, shall we? As a reminder: the standard date for the post will be shown in the title but the week being recapped (September 10 through September 16 in this case) will be shown in the main header in Stardate format as calculated by ST:Online – this calculator will be used since there is not a standard format across all the television shows and feature films and...Read More
\ Roger Ebert once questioned the idea that video games could ever be considered “art.” Back in the days of Pac Man and Pong, this was an actual debate; however, the line between games and art has gotten increasingly thin over the years. Look at the incredibly detailed scenery of the Uncharted series and the complex and moving plots of Life Is Strange and Undertale, and it’s clear that even the great film critic Ebert could be mistaken. Whether or not you agree with Ebert about the artistic potential of video games, it’s undeniable that video games have inspired...Read More
Feige and Derrickson Talk About Tripping Through Dimensions and the Rules of Magic for Doctor Strange!
~Matt Key So, we talked about the relics of Doctor Strange, the next big cinematic spectacle from Marvel, with those artifacts being the Eye of Agamotto and the Cloak of Levitation, but the purpose of those artifacts is to grant their wielder various magical powers and access to higher dimensions of reality. But what the dimensions looks like, how magic works, how to get back and forth and a host of other considerations all have to be weighed and designed for a visual medium like film. In fact, it’s even trickier because the Doctor Strange comics are trippy enough...Read More