Episode 166: “YouTube Your Face Off”

Biomassed breaks its show length record with a run-down of all of the best genre trailers from the San Diego Comic-Con, including all of your favorite Marvel and DC franchises, before diving into a meaty discussion about the Destiny 2 beta.

The trailer list begins: Justice League, Thor: Ragnarok, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Ready Player One, Bright, Pacific Rim 2, Blade Runner 2049, Death Note, The Defenders, Inhumans, The Gifted, Krypton, Star Trek: Discovery, The Orville, and finally, Stargate Origins.

Star Citizen is selling a buggy called the Tumbril Cyclone.

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Soraya Xel is a founding co-host of the Biomassed podcast and an editor on the blog. Served for a year on CPM1. Twitter: @ocdtrekkie

  • Fox Gaden

    When you have a 60″ high definition TV with surround sound at home, the theater is sort of a step down in quality, lower resolution, and annoying teenagers kicking your seat. You pretty much have to go to IMAX these days to get a theater experience that is more epic than home theater.

    My wife and I only go to the theater when we are looking for an excuse to go out and do something, and the last time, to see Wonder Woman, we sat through all the commercials only to discover that the movie projector did not work, and of course theaters these days don’t have anyone onsite to fix that sort of thing, so we did not even get to see the movie.

    I guess we will have to watch Wonder Woman at home. It will probably be a much better experience.

    Cinemas are going to go out of business if they don’t realize that their whole business is about the experience. They have tried so hard to cut costs and wring every cent they can out of their customers that they have ruined the experience. If they keep that up I will not be the only one who stops going to the Cinema.

    • Soraya Xel

      Yeah, I have a lot of enthusiasm to go see movies while they’re in IMAX, but I don’t have much drive to go see them on a normal screen.

  • Fox Gaden

    Of all the new superhero TV shows I think The Gifted is the one that most interests me. I think I like the small personal stories better than the epic “Save the Universe” type stories.