Help us wish The Matrix a happy 20th birthday by listening to Ted White and I discuss the film’s cultural impact over the years!
Fellow film nerd and close friend Ted White joins me for an in-depth discussion of Dan Gilroy’s latest effort “Velvet Buzzsaw”, now available to stream on Netflix. We also take some time for a retrospective on his 2014 directorial debut “Nightcrawler”.
We are getting SUUUUPER geeky with Part 2 of “The Sequel Was Better”! In episode 23, Jared Rigsby joins us again as we start off with a slew of comic book adaptations, then dive into a few films in the fantasy/adventure genre. We finish up with a few others, plus some of Jared and David’s honorable mentions.
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We are back! From the bottom of our geeky hearts, we apologize for our prolonged absence, but we are now back in action!
For the latest episode of the podcast, we sit down with Jared Rigsby for part 1 of “The Sequel Was Better”. We talk about certain instances in cinematic history where, you guessed it, the sequel was better than the original. Of course, much to do with movies is subjective, so we do the best we can to discuss films where the overwhelming majority of movie-goers think the sophomore attempt showed an increase in quality.
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We’re back! In today’s episode, my good friends Mark Conwell and Jared Rigsby join me to discuss the much anticipated Avengers: Inifnity War. I’ll go ahead and throw this out there: **SPOILER ALERT AHEAD!**
During segment one, we each talk about our overall thoughts and feelings on the film, what we did/didn’t like about it, and give a letter grade for the movie.
During segment two, we had more of a free-wheeling discussion about Inifinity War. We touched on a few things such as what we thought about Thanos as a villian, how well the Russo brothers balanced out the huge ensemble cast, and our favorite fight scenes.
And for segment three, we threw out some of our predictions on where we think the MCU will go from here, how they’ll wrap up Phase 3, and what we might expect after that.
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Nashville artist and animator Katie Callahan joins us for episode 20 to talk about the art of animation. Katie graduated from the Art Institute of Tennessee, Nashville, with a degree in Media Arts and Animation.
Segment 1 – Katie’s Accolades/Her History (2:33)Katie fills us in on her background in the world of animation (i.e. her training, where she went to school, etc.), as well as some of the awards and nominations she’s received in the Nashville area
Segment 2 – Becoming an Animator (17:40)During segment 2, Katie lets us know about the process of becoming an animator working in the field. She goes into detail about what you need to know going in, as well as some cheap/free learning resources for those interested in pursuing a career in animation.
Segment 3 – The Industry (31:50)In segment 3, we discuss a few things directly involved with the animation industry, such as traditional vs. 3D animation and the future of the animation world. We also touch on a topic that is very important to Katie, which is getting more women involved in the realm of computer-based fields, such as animation.
Segment 4 – Katie’s Opinions (1:17:00)We close out the episode by getting Katie’s opinions on a few random hot-topics in today’s world, such as facial regeneration. We also discuss her favorite animated movies and TV series.
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Hello listeners! In today’s episode, we discuss the newest installment in the Star Wars franchise, The Last Jedi. We covered a few topics, including what we thought worked in the movie, as well as a few things that didn’t work as well as we hoped. Then we dove into some speculation and predictions on how Episode 9 will wrap things up. We also talked about the results from this episode’s poll.
My dear friend and fellow horror movie enthusiast Shauna Hoyt joins me for episode #16, where we discuss a few important topics surrounding horror movies. Such topics include how we were each introduced to horror movies, popular sub-genres, and some compare/contrasting between classic and contemporary horror films.
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Howdy! In today’s episode, certified geek badass Brooke Foriest joins David to discuss some of the big blockbuster movies of this past summer. Afterward, we dive into some Marvel/MCU stuff. We talk a little bit about The Defenders, and some of the things we did and didn’t like about it. We also speculate a bit about Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, and Avengers: Infinity War.
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We made it to episode 10! In today’s episode, we conduct a retrospective of all the MCU Villains we’ve seen thus far. We start with the not-so-great baddies that were less than effective in their respective movies, and end up with some of the more menacing villains.
PSS: There were a few peaks/blow-outs in the audio, sorry in advance