Metal Geeks 142: 2017 Rewind Geekery – The ESO Network

After a little bit of a delay, your hosts return for a 2017 Rewind including some of the music they have been jamming, top movies, top games, and top television shows. Get ready to say goodbye to 2017 and rock out with your geek out! Check out our brand new sponsor at tantrumcollectibles.com if you are looking for cool brands such as Funko, Bandai, Art FX, Banpresto, and more! Use the coupon code “metalgeeks” to save 10% off your entire order. Listen for directions on how to win your own SNES Classic! Join us on our website at www.metalgeeks.net to […]

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The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Episode 67 – 2017 Year End Roundtable – The ESO Network

The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Ep 67It’s the final episode of 2017 for The Pro Wrestling Roundtable & John, Richard and Jonathan discuss things that happened in the wrestling world & their podcasting world. Before they​ get into their discussion, John reads a list of wrestlers that passed away this year and ring the ten bell salute. Afterwards they discuss some of the ones that have passed and what it means to the wrestling world. Then for the main show, we shoot the breeze (but not the Tyler one) sort of speak and talk all things wrestling in 2017. Somehow the fellas also veer off into […]

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2017 in review: My five favorite movies of the year – The ESO Network

Another year is winding down at the box office, which means it’s time to take a look back and see what movies hit (or missed) the mark! Like always, there were some surprises and disappointments, with some films that lived up to the hype and some that fell short of their potential. Disney continues to rule the box office, with several mega-hits that included Marvel movies, a live-action “Beauty and the Beast,” and the latest chapter in the Star Wars franchise — although its Pirates of the Caribbean series appears to be losing steam. All in all, I thought it […]

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Fall/winter 2017 movie preview – The ESO Broadcasting Network

Late August to early September can be a pretty “blah” time at the box office — in fact, this past weekend, the box office hit its lowest point in 16 years. However, help is on the way! There are plenty of great movies scheduled for fall and winter this year — perhaps an even stronger group of films than the summer blockbuster season. It’s tough to narrow it down, but here are the ones I’m most looking forward to: Kingsman: The Golden Circle Sept. 22 The first “Kingsman” was a love it or hate it movie — it’s a quirky, […]

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