Atomic Moocast #16: Black Friday Built the Pyramids!

About Friggen time Trog finished this! Anyhow, sorry we’re getting this out so late. Hopefully the one we recorded last week won’t take as long to edit. Below is the list of films we talk about in this Moocast that every good geek should own (after the jump). Let us know if we missed any, or if you think we should toss a few. Anyhow… Trog usually does these posts, but he’s being a real lazy prick tonight, and I have no idea what I’m suppose to say here so I’m going to end this. Enjoy the Moocast and don’t forget to subscribe to us on iTunes.

Music for the Atomic Moo cast is royalty free and was created and composed by Kevin MacLeod at Incompetech.com.

Songs used:

  • Kool Katz
  • Fast Talkin
  • Block Man
  • Rocket

Additional Music used in the Atomic Moocast:

  • Fuck You by Cee Lo Green ©2010, From the Album Lady Killers.
  • Spielhur by Ramstein ©2001, From the Album Mutter.
  • Yoda by Weird Al Yankovich ©1985 From the Album Dare to be Stupid

Audio clip used at break from:

  • Clerks by Kevin Smith ©1994

Atomic Moo Approved Staple Geek Films (in no particular order…):

  • Original Star Wars Trilogy
  • Star Trek 2, 4, 6
  • Ghost Busters
  • Goonies
  • Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness
  • Batman, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight
  • Princess Bride
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, and Last Crusade
  • Young Frankenstein
  • Tron
  • Jaws
  • Superman
  • Lord of the Rings Trilogy (extended)
  • Clerks
  • Road Warrior
  • Shaun of the Dead
  • The Crow
  • Nightmare before Christmas
  • The Incredibles
  • Scott Pilgram
  • Iron Man
  • The Big Lebowski
  • E.T.
  • Robocop
  • The Matrix
  • Back to the Future
  • Jurassic Park
  • Pulp Fiction
  • Predator
  • Terminator 1 & 2
  • Blade Runner
  • Fifth Element
  • Highlander
  • Rocky Horror Picture Show
  • The Last Star Fighter
  • Krull
  • Beast Master
  • Connan the Barbarian
  • The Dark Crystal
  • Legend
  • Harry Potter (your choice)
  • Labrynth
  • The Explorers
  • Interview the Vampire
  • Red Dawn
  • Dune
  • 2001
  • Time Bandits
  • Close Encounters
  • ID4
  • Armagedon
  • Escape from New York
  • Alien, Aliens
  • The Fly
  • Howard the Duck
  • The Thing
  • The Black Hole

Links and videos to stuff we may have mentioned

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7 Comments

  1. Buttery Wholesomeness

    12/06/2011 at 1:10 am

    Okay, you buncha losers. How in the fuck do you rock a list of Geek flicks without bringing up Wargames?

  2. You should’ve been there to include it. You got nobody else to blame but yourself… and the republicans…

  3. The 5th Element comment made me laugh. I saw the film the best way possible: dragged there by a friend without knowing anything about it beforehand. F’ing previews spoiled everything.

    I’d list Starship Troopers the book as one kind of must-have and Starship Troopers the movie as another.

  4. I was missionary in Sacramento when 5th Element came out. So I didn’t know much about it either when I saw it in 1999.

    Not sure I agree with you about Starship Troopers the Movie… I think that could be put on another list.

  5. Oh come on! It’s got Doogie Howser as a Space NAZI, humans abducting aliens and probing them, giant bugs eating the cast of some show on the WB (now CW) Network—what’s not to like? I saw it with friends in a basement and laughed my head off. Good times.

  6. It’s entertaining in it’s own way for sure… however you want to look at it… but should it be in every good geek’s movie library? Probably not.

    Also this was another one that came out while I was on my mission. This one though I did get to see part of while I was out there. A member of the church thought it was funny that the colony that got shredded in the beginning was Mormon, and insisted we watch at least that part.

  7. Buttery Wholesomeness

    12/07/2011 at 12:15 am

    5th Element is garbage. but Starship Troopers waas comic gold.

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