Shawn Carlson and Joel Morgan join us this week as we stay off topic for around 95% of the show, and yet we still are 100% funny. Follow us down the trail of tangets, and beware: it gets sweary.
The Twins roster purge may finally be underway. Continue reading
So, we totally have a new logo. and let me tell you, it looks great. Here is a small version, over there on the right. Isn’t it cute? Can you guess what inspired it? Remember, good artists borrow, great artists steal. Continue reading
Every so often, the Wild have an event down at the Xcel Energy Center, sometimes an open practice or some other event I never hear about until after it happens. But because my cousin was at the Wild’s opener on Thursday, he got the drop on this event, and I was able to pop in and see the new scoreboard, while simultaneously watching the Wild game without needing a cable subscription. What followed was quite a shock. Continue reading
Dracula Untold treads the now crowded genre ground of retelling the classics with a twist. You’ve seen Once Upon A Time, and we all remember The Brothers Grimm as a classic, right? So we all know Dracula will suck, but the reel question is: is it a good suck or a bad suck? Our movie expert Anthony Garnett takes a look… Continue reading
We talk soccer for way too long, go over the Wild’s first game, and breeze through video games at breakneck speeds.
Select Start is a new feature on The NorthCast, where we podcast exclusively about video games. This week, Nick and Austin have all the best intentions of talking about video game news, but end up sharing stories about their lives with video games.
I correctly predicted that That the Washington R-words would lose on Thursday because Kirk Cameron Cousins is terrible and has almost as many picks this week as I am about to share with you. That was quite a first sentence I wrote, but can I keep it up throughout this entire article? What follows might shock you!
Video games are one of the only mediums of entertainment where the content you can consume depends on the machine you have. Imagine if only Samsung TVs would pick up NBC, or the new Hunger Games movie only came out in AMC Theaters. But now that Microsoft owns a game being sold on Sony platforms, are we moving close to a unified medium for video games?