Hang on to your kilts lassies! This week Mina and I talk about the swoon-inducing Outlander television series that’s a romance, historical fiction, AND a time-travel story. I also geek out on the future-utopia-dystopia Psycho-Pass and other anime series I’ve been watching these days
Did you miss us? Mina and I are livestreaming this week’s podcast episode on Wednesday, August 27, at 8pm Manila Time on our YouTube channel. For this episode, Mina tells us how much fun she had watching the Philippine Volcanoes’ rugby game in Hong Kong, and the Stephanie Perkins’s latest book Isla and the Happily Ever After. I’ll tell you what happened at the Asian Red Carpet premiere of Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno, the live-action adaptation of the anime, which was graced by the film’s director and stars (There was touching!), and how many times I’ve seen the film (so far)
We’re back! Geek out with on what we’ve been watching and reading lately. We’re talking fictional detectives — who’s your favorite? And what is Bombyx Mori? Join us on Thursday, June 26 at 3.30pm (Manila Time GMT+8) for our live podcast
Did you miss us? Mina and I are back on the #5x5podcast today at 3.30pm to geek out on new webseries and upcoming tv shows. Are you ready?
Please tweet your comments/questions using the hashtag #5x5podcast, or comment on this post. You may listen to the LIVE broadcast at 3.30pm today here.
We’ll talk about Buqo’s new NTSF romance ebooks (#buqosteamyreads) and our feels for the new season of “Game of Thrones“. Also, with all that’s happened in Captain America: Winter Soldier, how are things over at “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”?
Did you miss us? We hope you did, because we’re back with a spanking new podcast episode today, Wednesday, March 26. Mina will talk about the new Divergent movie, and all her Theo James/SHEO feels. And also ziplines. I will spazz about the trailer for the upcoming Rurouni Kenshin movie. You guys ready
This week, Mina and I Geek Out on the recently concluded first season of HBO’s “True Detective” and the weird cut-up Philippine theater version of 300:Rise of an Empire (and why it’s kind of like The Mighty Ducks). We also discuss what makes a television pilot fail, and if the new tv show “Star-Crossed” is “Roswell” crossed with District Nine, or just “Alien Nation” with abs and less awesomeness