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We’re back with a quick bite of conversation from last month with Chelsea Rustad. We’re talking about the profound disappointment that was Halloween Kills, particularly in how it was a direct sequel to an inventive and surprising 2018 relaunch that was actually really good. Really. Is it the fate of sequels, especially horror sequels, to inevitably…
 
“I grab myself one last lungful of night air. Then I trade it in for a smoky soup spiced with sweat and vomit and booze and blood. I know the flavor well.” After more than two years, we’re back with another panel episode! And this month, we’re tossing back some cheap booze at Kadie’s Saloon and making some bad decisions with Joe Preti, and Kit DeFo…
 
We’re back with Chelsea Rustad to dig into the big questions. Have we hit the barrier when technological advances on video quality, frame rate and sound are butting up against the point where human senses can no longer perceive the difference in quality? What about cars? Clothing? Is there a point where an expensive T-shirt can’t really get much mo…
 
A father’s duty is to protect his daughter. This month, we’re joined by author and chair of the Puget Sound Socialist Party, Chelsea Rustad to explore perhaps the most unexpected and interesting departure from the expected Schwarzenegger oeuvre, an independent zombie family drama: Maggie! As civilization buckles under a deadly zombie pandemic, farm…
 
A father’s duty is to protect his daughter. This month, we’re joined by author and chair of the Puget Sound Socialist Party, Chelsea Rustad to explore perhaps the most unexpected and interesting departure from the expected Schwarzenegger oeuvre, an independent zombie family drama: Maggie! As civilization buckles under a deadly zombie pandemic, farm…
 
We’re back with a new Black Ops podcast, exclusive to our Patreon supporters! This month, we’re back with Kit DeForge to continue the conversation into the cinematic! Movie theaters are back! And in a dystopian world ravaged by doomsday viruses, we have been inside of them! For the first time in almost two years, we are going into public buildings …
 
In the soft glow of our most recent discussion, we continue our conversation with Kit DeForge, and explore the imperfections of language as a communication tool, and the linguistic similarities between Germans and chimpanzees that have been taught sign language. Plus, we talk about the first moments of realization that the reality of the voices on …
 
“Do you think I should confess? To what? Committing masterpieces?” In our latest Single Serving Selection, we’re joining librarian and artist, Kit DeForge to turn our critical eyes to the final film directed by auteur Orson Welles, a conventions-defying documentary about frauds, fakers, and art forgery: F for Fake. Welles delves into the world of t…
 
We continue our chat with Michael Warbington, as we look at the trajectory of big-budget franchises and the knee-jerk fan anger that Martin Scorsese’s criticisms of “theme park” movies vs. “cinema”….and maybe he has a good point? And maybe we should really stop complaining about the apparent theatrical monopoly of blockbusters and start championing…
 
They picked the wrong man to clone. After more than a year, we’re back! We’re backing up our syncords and eating some nacho-flavored bananas with the Camp Director and President of Camp Quest NorthWest, Michael Warbington, because this month we’re talking about the near-future sci-fi thriller: The 6th Day! After a case of mistaken identity, charter…
 
They picked the wrong man to clone. After more than a year, we’re back! We’re backing up our syncords and eating some nacho-flavored bananas with the Camp Director and President of Camp Quest NorthWest, Michael Warbington, because this month we’re talking about the near-future sci-fi thriller: The 6th Day! After a case of mistaken identity, charter…
 
We’re joined again by Tobiah Panshin to dig into some movie talk. Is there really a hard divide between popcorn blockbusters and what Martin Scorsese calls “cinema”? Will the shadow of the pandemic change anything about movies going forward? And we talk about the oddity of Zack Snyder’s 4-hour cut of the Justice League film, and how it inexplicably…
 
“Wonder Twin powers — Activate!” This month, we’re balancing teen angst and superheroics with returning guest Paul Hix of Waiting for Doom – the Doom Patrol Podcast to gush over over the hilarious satirical DC Comics maxi-series: Wonder Twins! Exiled … Continue reading →By Mike Gillis and Casey Doran
 
We continue to work the registers with Tobiah Panshin, going to places both weirdly metaphysical and painfully mundane. First, Mike thinks it might actually be preferable to live in a hypothetical computer simulation than a “real” universe. What is real, … Continue reading →By Mike Gillis and Casey Doran
 
In our latest plot to lose any conservative listeners, we’re back! We’re chatting with Joe Preti, who offers his defense of the much-maligned and frequently buggy Cyberpunk 2077. We dig into the often unreasonable expectations of both gamers and game … Continue reading →By Mike Gillis and Casey Doran
 
Broadcasting live through the smoking ruins of the ‘Quar, we’re back! Again! This month, we’re joined by Patrick Johnson to try and make sense of it all. We dig into everything from obscure – but real – DC Comics characters, … Continue reading →By Mike Gillis and Casey Doran
 
It’s a Captain Picard Day miracle! After a five-month hiatus, we’re back….ish. We’re broadcasting remotely with KTQA Radio‘s Sam Mulvey and trying to shake some of the cobwebs out. Casey meets a wild Keanu and we wonder ponder again the … Continue reading →By Mike Gillis and Casey Doran
 
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