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An anthology of pulp fiction stories - horror, crime, sci-fi, thriller - unified by a pulp theme, these stand-alone stories are edgy, dark, twisted, and strange. Each episode features a fully-scripted audio drama story, with original music, stellar actors, and nerve-jangling sound design. New episodes releasing biweekly. From Voyage Media in association with 7 Lamb Productions.
 
In 1985, in Texas, Jayson Woodward stepped outside of her home and was abducted, raped, and held hostage, until she managed to escape her assailant. He was captured on the border between the United States and Mexico. Three unknown armed men would later kidnap Jayson's rapist from a Mexican jail, and bring him back to Texas, where he was found in a park, in his underwear, by Texas law enforcement. An incredible true crime story of a terrible crime that became an international incident, as wel ...
 
Based on a true story: when her daughter dies of a drug overdose, a mother suspects there is more to the story and launches her own investigation. Taking great risks and diving into the underworld, the mother confronts the criminals who led her daughter down a tragic path and discovers a powerful truth. LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT MY MURDER is a scripted audio drama with an original score and immersive soundscapes, uniquely narrated from beyond the grave. A production of Voyage Media.
 
A what-if scripted audio drama based on the oldest unsolved cold case in human history: the murder of "Otzi The Iceman", found perfectly preserved in ice after 5,300 years... with an arrowhead mysteriously lodged in his shoulder. A production of Voyage Media, starring Ethan Suplee (Remember the Titans, American History X, The Wolf of Wall Street). Based on the novel Relic: The Copper Ax: The Tragic Story of Otzi the Iceman by Bill Copeland, available on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Rélic-C ...
 
Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey might be the biggest movie you've never heard of. It's a 2010 animated sci-fi movie starring Chris Pine, John Travolta, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Amanda Peet, James Earl Jones, Mark Hamill, William Shatner, Samuel L. Jackson, Jason Alexander, Sandra Oh, and Neil Armstrong. It ran in one theater in Kentucky, then disappeared forever. It never got a wide theatrical release or home video release and it's never been on any streaming services. I set out to find ...
 
The Mirror is a meditative series of audio journals reflecting on the creation of contemporary art and cinema, hosted by filmmaker Justin Reid. The Mirror looks at cultural production through a critical and philosophical lens, emphasising the importance of historical understanding, deep reflection, and true situational awareness for developing higher levels of craftsmanship and discipline in artistic practice. Support the project at www.justinreid.com.au/support Hosted on Acast. See acast.co ...
 
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Episode One of Voyage Media's new true crime podcast, Dead In The Water. A frightening glimpse at the future has Maree recounting the life-or-death danger she found herself in from her husband Damien. Prior to meeting Damien, Maree was wealthy, recently laid off, and single. She was ready to find love and go on an adventure. Enter Damien - an eccen…
 
Justin Bieber just sold all of his music for $200M to a Pure-Play Playlist Stock. ChatGPT just passed its biggest test yet: A Wharton MBA final exam. And Tesla’s most important earnings in years reveal it’s about to go into reverse — From profit mode to growth mode. $SONG $BX $TSLA $MSFT Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @t…
 
Remember that Taylor Swift ticket fiasco? Welp, the US Senate just summoned Ticketmaster’s President to Washington for a grilling about the future of concert tickets. Amazon just launched a $5/month unlimited generic medication subscription — first they hook us, then they book us. And the presidents of Brazil and Argentina just announced plans for …
 
Chocolate is the newest addition to our recession-proof products list — because you’re addicted to it (literally). Away Luggage was crushed during the pandemic but is now living its best life thanks to Revenge Travel. And Google, Meta, Amazon, Microsoft, and now Spotify have all announced layoffs, but 1 Big Tech company hasn’t: Apple. So we found o…
 
The #1 app in America right now? It’s Temu — Because it’s pioneered the new trend of group shopping, or what we call “Flocking”. Uber is working with carmakers to design the first-ever ride-hail car. And P&G’s earnings show a potential inflection point in the fight against inflation: Us consumers are saying “no” to higher prices. $PDD $UBER $PG Fol…
 
This week’s TBOY Quiz: https://go.tboypod.com Netflix’s co-founder is unlike every other tech founder — and yesterday the self-disrupting legend of a CEO stepped down. Millennials killed canned tuna fish, but now canned tuna startups are thriving. And we just saw the biggest flip in finance in years: Morgan Stanley is gold, Goldman Sachs is silver.…
 
If you go to college at the University of Texas or Auburn University, then you can’t TikTok – because it just got banned on campus wifi. Party City is filing for bankruptcy because balloons are its Keystone Product (but Helium is the Keystone Crusher). And you’re going to see a lot of chatter about the Debt Ceiling Drama today… because the Debt Cei…
 
Match has a dating app problem: Half of its core Millennial users are married — So its solution is $500/month for Tinder++. For the first time in 60 years, China’s population fell last year, which transforms its economy from inevitable to unenviable. And Mill launched the newest Silicon Valley-backed smart home product… but it’s your trash. $MTCH $…
 
California’s In-N-Out burger is finally expanding East of the Mississippi, so we jumped into the strategy behind the most-profitable patty in the big burger biz. Everyone’s talking TikTok and Instagram, but the real social media success story? It’s LinkedIn. And JPMorgan Chase embarrassingly spent $175M… on a fake startup. $JPM $MCD $CMG $MSFT Foll…
 
The boys are back after a long layoff (You can blame Bone's lazy ass for that one) and kicking off the New Year as only they know how to do.... With nonsense! Listen as the wacky circle talks plane crashes, the ancient art of "Hogging" and more! Rate/Review on your preferred podcasting platform and follow us @teencentered on your socials…
 
Of the top 100 TV programs of last year, 82 were NFL football games. There’s something strange going on at the largest luxury company on earth: LVMH’s CEO has made all 5 of his kids fashion house executives. And Climeworks just launched an earth-saving startup — A giant vacuum that sucks your carbon out of the air. Take this week’s TBOY Quiz: https…
 
Apple’s biggest new thing since the iPhone is reportedly launching this spring: Get ready for… iHeadset. Sephora is ending its Influencer makeup brand with Addison Rae because TikTok is magnificent for discovery but miserable for loyalty. And Goldman Sachs is cutting 3,200 employees, but that explains why your banker buddy Brad got such a big bonus…
 
Noma was crowned #1 restaurant in the world 5 times, but shockingly just announced it’s shutting because the fine dining business model is broken. For the first time ever, the average Rolls-Royce car sold for over $500K — because they’re not selling cars… they’re selling art. And Microsoft is going all-in on ChatGPT if it turns Bing into a Google-k…
 
For the 1st time in a decade, Barnes & Noble is adding stores… and doing it by taking over shuttered Amazon stores. Lululemon plummeted 10% because its fanny packs on sale — which means it’s facing the Discounting Death Spiral of Death. And the entire gig economy from DoorDash to Uber just got upgraded because they’re all Downturn Divas. $LULU $DAS…
 
A young woman left alone in the woods by her husband is taken by a Sasquatch. While a desperate search for her gets underway, she discovers a family of creatures that may be more loyal and honorable than the man she left behind. Fever Dreams: A Pulp Collection, is a production of Voyage Media. The series is produced by Nat Mundel, Robert Mitas and …
 
Millennials are killing soda, except for one brand: Dr Pepper. Delta just launched free high-speed wifi in the air — it’s not a perk, it’s a signal. And when you got hired, we bet you signed a Non-Compete Agreement even if you didn’t realize it — Now the FTC is trying to kill noncompetes. $KDP $DAL $YUM Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter…
 
The Lion King Musical just had the best week of ticket sales in the history of Broadway — So we’re looking at the economics of the Broadway show. Craft Beer is the only area of alcohol whose sales shrank last year because you’ve got IPA flavor fatigue. And Bed Bath & Beyond stock just plummeted to under $2… so you better use that gift card fast. Ta…
 
You can buy a condo on Storylines’ new cruise ship — because it’s a floating town for full-time residents to live in… forever. Johnson & Johnson is loving this extra heavy cold, cough, and flu season — its Tylenol sales are powering its 60-year dividend dynasty. And Roku just launched its Roku TV, becoming the first end-to-end binge company. $ROKU …
 
McDonald’s just opened its first ever robot restaurant… and it will forever kill the “soggy fry problem.” Google just issued a “Code Red” warning about its most important product (when Google goes Code Red, we pay attention). And Tesla dropped 12% to start the year, and we can trace the fall back to a strange email we got from Tesla on December 23r…
 
The first surprise new relationship of 2023? Netflix and Nike — Workout and chill. Southwest suffered the worst airline breakdown in history because of its dirty secret: Technical Debt. And 2022 was officially the worst year for the stock market since 2008… so we’re looking ahead to 2023. $NFLX $NKE $LUV $SPY Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, T…
 
To end 2022, we whipped up our annual un-zuckably bold pod of the year — Our 3 big business predictions for 2023: Budweiser should launch the 1st zero alcohol bar chain Amazon should launch a theme park: AmazonLand Nike should acquire Major League Pickleball Yetis, these are bold, expensive, and kinda crazy ideas — but we really wish those stories …
 
Please enjoy Episode 20, which was recorded in July 2021. This concludes Season 1 of The Mirror, and after a year's worth of living and change and reflection, I feel ready to release this and to move forward to a new stage of creativity. Season 2, with some major changes will be coming in 2023. Until then, thank you for listening. Support my work o…
 
From Zuckings to Suckflation, Smeals to Funa… it was a wild year. So we whipped up our 3 favorite business stories of 2022: Airbnb became a Party Pooper with a Purpose KFC created its 1st chicken nugget to capture your window of loyalty Trader Joe’s launched a $9 facial sunscreen because everyone loves a secret Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram …
 
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