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Review: The Man With The Iron Fists 2

wbg review w bgpWow what a weekend, MegaCon for Mike, Steel City Comic Con for Julz, Daredevil on Netflix,Game of Thrones on HBO and today on Blu-Ray and DVD, The Man With the Iron Fists 2 is released. Did you liked the first film, then you like The Man With the Iron Fists 2. TMWTIF2 is also done in a grindhouse style mixing the feel of a martial arts film  but with a hip-hop soundtrack.. You don’t have to have seen the first film to enjoy this one, it gives you enough of a synapsis from TMWTIFso you don’t feel lost. Part 2 gives you the ending of previous film,

The silver mine is run by Master Ho (Carl Ng),he has enslaved the village to his command with help from his Beetle Clan. Li (Dustin Nguyen) is the spokesman for the miners and is also a a champion for the villiage. Thaddeus (RZA ) gets defeated early on his quest to find redemption, Buddha, and his inner peace. More

WBG Episode 86: How Much For What?

WeBeGeeksThis week the gang at We Be Geeks talk about out favorite Simpsons moment before the mega-marathon kicks off, Premiere dates for Star Wars: Rebels and Dr Who, superhero role models for girls and how much we are willing to pay for Batman ’66 Hint: it may not be as much as Warner Bros. wants to charge.

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WBG Episode 80: Holy Catch Up, McFly!

WeBeGeeksMarty returns from vacation and the guys catch up on all the latest news of the past couple weeks like Jack Kirby vs Marvel, Brandon Routh returning to the DC Universe, but not as Superman, More info on Batman ’66 coming to Blu-ray and DVD and more! Give a hoot and listen! Our Dark Horse segment we talk about The Strain TV series and the comparisons to the book. Check out a new episode of WeBeGeeks every Thursday here or on iTunes and Stitcher