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In episode 10 we talk Point Break, argue over Keanu Reeves acting ability, crush on Swayze, take a look back at the career of one of our best modern writer/directors, talk about a unique brewery from California, and struggle to open a Funky Buddha bottle.
With the new Terminator: Dark Fate film opening in theatres nationwide this week, Nathan and Brendan thought it'd be important to revisit the previous entry in the series so everyone can be refreshed before going into the natural conclusion of this story - what's that now? This film is wiped from the canon and doesn't matter at all? Well... dang. Thankfully, the guys have brought back frequent guest Brent Fullen from the Home Video Hustle to help endure the mind-numbing pain that comes with all the fan service, time travel nonsense and EVIL JOHN CONNOR. Plus: Find out how this film would be cast with the nWo playing all the roles.   The guys also drop a hint for next week's movie. Check in on our Twitter account on Monday for the reveal!   Patreon: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Theme Song recorded by Taylor Sheasgreen: Logo designed by Mariah Lirette: Montrose Monkington III:   What Were They Thinking is sponsored by and HostGator (use the coupon code 'SCHLOCK' for 25% off your first purchase) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
One of the most exciting things to come from Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm was the chance to tell new Star Wars stories on the big screen - stories beyond the ever-continuing the episodic saga. Films exploring The Old Republic, Boba Fett finally having a chance to really earn that fan following, tales of smugglers, scoundrels, and smarmy aliens - anything is possible. The debut spin-off film, Rogue One, was a ballsy first foray into a bigger cinematic universe; and with that risk came a Hutt-load of trouble. Rogue One released to great acclaim and profit, but what hasn't yet come out is the real story of what went on behind the scenes. In the months following the film's release, the rumors about drastic, character-reshaping reshoots have become more and more substantiated and fragmented clues about the movie's original narrative have been scattered like the dust of Alderaan across numerous filmmaker interviews. Was Rogue One a bad film saved at the last minute? A better movie made safer by focus groups? This film's production is a fascinating untold story, and in this episode we're assembling all the nuggets of insight we've collected. Who was Sergent Jyn Erso? Was Krennic ever a competent villain? Who lived and who died between reshoot and release? Will we see more 🌿 and 🍒? And perhaps biggest of all, what do the struggles of Rogue One and the meltdown of the Han Solo film mean for the future of these experiments in Star Wars filmmaking? For links and more info, head to the main episode page: more about your ad choices. Visit  See for privacy and opt-out information.
In the BONUS SPOILERCAST episode.. Xavier Johnson sits down with Raheem Kornegay, Xavier Hicks, and in her first episode Ionee Kornegay to dicuss the latest and upcoming films to release on the big screen. In this episode they will be discuss the newest and final installment to the Matt Reeves trilogy, "War For The Planet Of the Apes, while also discussing whether Critics are right or wrong in calling for an Andy Serkis Oscar nomination, and some of the favorites and worst moments in this film. They will also be bringing you movie preview episodes, our top 10 countdowns on a wide variety of subjects, and even some special Throwback Thursday episodes as we take a blast to the past and talk about some of everyones favorite old-school films! Follow us on Twitter to keep updated on what we have in-store for you all @AbovethefilmPD For those without a twitter you can also follow us on Instagram also @abovethefilmpd if you have a Facebook, check out our page at Above The Film Podcast 
This week the Leftovers are joined by listener Stephanie Chapman to discuss The New Mutants trailer.  What did with think of Josh Boone’s first trailer for the film?  Brian talks about the new film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women that is inspired by the true creation of the character Wonder Woman.  I know, I... Read more
We interrupt State of the Empire's regularly scheduled Star Wars news and updates for an event that's been years in the making: our first full-length installment of Willow Watch and an interview Willow screenwriter Bob Dolman! Yes, the bones have spoken. Our ongoing investigation into the 1988 Lucasfilm fantasy epic, Willow, has led us on an incredible journey. What began as a flight of fancy that we might someday see a Willow 2 from Disney has become a mad quest to track down the full story of this fantastic film and signs of what might come next. We've uncovered strange expanded universe secrets from novelizations and source books, dissected a long-forgotten animated series that never came to fruition, and speculated on the existence of much behind-the-scenes worldbuilding. Warwick Davis has been talking about the possibility of Willow 2 for ages, director Ron Howard recently said "never say never", and here we are - potentially on the precipice of a new dawn for the nearly 30 year old fan favorite. What better time for Cap, Doug, and Matt to team up with the man who wrote the world of Willow into life? For the first time ever, hear the full story of how the film came to be - from Lucas' early outline, to a fortuitous dinner with myth master Joseph Campbell, and remarkable on-set moments. Bob's got unprecedented insights into the creative process of working with George Lucas, tales of Nelwyn hookups, the of the infamous deleted boat sequence, and so much more. Let's face it, without this episode you'll dwell in darkness. Step into an incredible world of behind-the-scenes adventure.For links and more info, head to the main episode page: more about your ad choices. Visit
We take a look at the classic 90s sitcom Frasier and examine the fan theory: 'Niles and Frasier aren't brothers, they are actually gay'. That fan theory is one of many that Joe and Anthony propose in this episode of Abstract Nonsense the Fan Theories and Alternate Readings Podcast.   Subscribe to us on iTunes & check out our website for all of our other fan theories and episodes. Join our mailing list to get access to the exclusive weekly newsletter of mystery. Send your own fan theories to: Send your fan/hate mail to: -- FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA -- FB: IG: @abstractnonsenseftp TW: @AbstractPodcast See for privacy information.
This week, we salute the Thanksgiving holiday by discussing Planes, Trains, and Automobiles and Stripes. We also explore the latest episode of the Mandalorian. 
What's up Nerds!? Rich, Ron, and Diesel are back to talk about Pop Culture and Nerdom! We go a little long this episode as we give you a little bonus content after Shameless Plugs at the end of the show. The bonus content is are Spoiler full discussion about Joker. Here's what is on tap for this episode:   OPENING HOT: - We discuss the new era of The 3 Fat Nerds Podcast and what you can expect.   NERD NEWS: - Crisis on Infinite Earths casting updates - Spider-Man will face off with Venom in the movies - Matrix 4 casting news - Freddie Prinze Jr rants on Star Wars fans - Tim Robbins defends Howard the Duck and More!   DUNGEON MASTERS CORNER: - Ron discusses the importance of atmosphere in D&D   TALKING NERD: - The Scorsese Effect: Covering the controversy    DIESEL'S MOVIE TRIPLE STUF: - Box Office Report - Top 3 Comics - Diesel's Pick of the Week   Visit our Website: Like us on Facebook:  3 Fat Nerds Podcast Follow us on Twitter & Instagram:  @3fatnerdspod Email us:
The podcast train has a new guest host this week as Ethan McKinley joins Toffa on the podcast train. They discuss vegans and Toffa has a some comic con salt. Then we jump into Toffa’s brand new game titled ‘It Pays To Play Away’. This week it’s Michael vs the returning Jamie to see who has the best movie and music trivia. No Deano again, but yanno, that’s standard practice now….fuckin’ Deano Choo Choo Motherfuckers! The post Master Debaters – It Pays To Play Away appeared first on Radio Misfits.
The Introduction episode. Xavier Johnson sits down with Raheem Kornegay and Xavier Hicks to dicuss the latest and upcoming films to release on the big screen. On this intial installment to the podcast series, they will be discussing the MCU's very first solo Spider-Man movie "Spider-Man: Homecoming" They will also be bringing you movie preview episodes, our top 10 countdowns on a wide variety of subjects, and even some special Throwback Thursday episodes as we take a blast to the past and talk about some of everyones favorite old-school films! Follow us on Twitter to keep updated on what we have in-store for you all @AbovethefilmPD For those without a twitter you can also follow us on Instagram also @abovethefilmpd if you have a Facebook, check out our page at Above The Film Podcast 
It's a Crypt Keeper Double-Feature on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join Kim and Jon as they laugh their way through the absurdity of two beloved horror-comedy classics. First on the chopping block is Demon Knight (1995), starring Billy Zane, Jada Pinkett (pre-Smith) and whole cast of people-eating puppets. Next, a tawdry little tale called Bordello of Blood (1996), starring Dennis Miller, Chris Sarandon, and Corey Feldman. And as always, let us know what you thought about this week’s episode, vote your fave film in our 'Tales From The Crypt' poll on Twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our Facebook group to continue the conversation with the horde of horror fiends! This show is made possible because of fiends like yourself! Support Nightmare on Film Street at What’s Keeping us Creepy? 1. New horror is on the horizon, Fiends! This week we got a new trailer for Summer of '84, a premiere date for Channel Zero: Butcher's Block, and photos from the set of Halloween!  2.  The first annual FREDDY'S - HORROR AWARDS! Nominate, Vote, and Recognize the gory, the depraved, and the terrifying in an awards ceremony to rival the non-horror friendly Oscars!  And you, the esteemed Horror Public, will be making all of the decisions. Nominations are now open! 3.  BEETLE BREAKFAST, the 2nd pin from the Cinema Cemetery Collection is now available for presale! Inspired by everyone’s favorite Bio-Exorcist, this tombstone pin is a hand-drawn replica of the tombstone featured in BEETLEJUICE. “I’ll eat anything you want me to eat, I’ll swallow anything you want me to swallow, so come on down and I’ll… chew on a dog!” 4. We’re on Spotify! You can now grab episodes of Nightmare on Film Street on the Spotify app! Tell your friends, tell your boss, tell your evil doppelganger! Just search ‘Nightmare on Film Street‘ and hit that FOLLOW button, fiend! Released: January 18th, 2018 Download: iTunes – Stitcher – Google Play –   See for privacy and opt-out information.
We already know you live Star Wars - you're listening to this podcast after all. But c'mon, you've always wanted to LIVE IN Star Wars, right? Maybe not for life, but at least just for a visit? Well, folks, the universe doesn't get anymore lived in than this! ILMxLAB and The Void have teamed up to create a virtual reality experience the likes of which you've never seen before. Seriously! We've seen, heard, smelled, touched, and blasted through Star Wars. Throw out any preconceived notions you've got about what VR is or can be - THIS is the new paradigm for virtual entertainment. Join Cap and Doug for a review of Secrets of the Empire, the debut Star Wars adventure. We share a spoiler-free overview of this uncanny hybridization of escape room and first person shooter, and for those of you willing to go beyond the blast doors, we spill our guts about everything that went down. But it's not all review - we've got some secrets of our own to unearth: learn when this semi-canonical adventure takes place, how might it tie into future Star Wars stories, and even get a little taste of some Indy Inquiry. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: more about your ad choices. Visit  See for privacy and opt-out information.
In the era of fake news, no quadrant of the galaxy is safe from mind tricks. Yes, State of the Empire is your wacky, zany source for absurd rumors, but if we smell bantha poodoo, you'd better believe we're gonna call it out so you don't step in it. So forget all you know... or think you know about the Han Solo film and Lord and Miller's firing. Let Cap, Doug and Matt set you straight. In addition to tackling the new murmurs coming from the smouldering crater of the Han Solo implosion, we've got a new cache of Episode VIII action figure code names with some baffling implications, awe-inspiring and disconcerting plans from Disney's upcoming Star Wars attractions, musings on the forthcoming Indiana Jones film, upcoming comics, and a shocking amount of character and story details for the untitled Star Wars adventure project from Visceral Games. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: more about your ad choices. Visit  See for privacy and opt-out information.
There's been a great disturbance in the force. As if two bright voices in pop cinema set about making a Han Solo movie and were suddenly silenced. This week we received the shocking news that Phil Lord and Chris Miller had been fired from the young Han Solo film with only three weeks left to shoot. Changing creative directions early into a film is one thing, but a firing this late in production is catastrophic and highly unusual. We discuss this baffling development at length - why it might have happened, what it means for the modern era of Star Wars film making, who to believe, and what Ron Howard being brought in means for the Han Solo film (and Willow!). We also explore the latest on The Last Jedi including character reveals, rumor confirmations, leaked info from LEGOs, and behind the spolier-proof blast doors we even provide an outline of a sequence from the film. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: more about your ad choices. Visit  See for privacy and opt-out information.
On this edition of the ODPH, the panel sits down to discuss: - What they think of Disney+ now that it's finally here! - And that means episode 1 of The Mandalorian is also out, and we review the episode! To skip this segment jump to: 40:41 - Every first issue of the new X-Men comic line is now out! We give our thoughts on how they are! All that and much more!
Bill Elam is our contestant on the "FUN SIZE" Podcast! Our Musical Game show where 1 of us has to get the Band/Artist & the Song the other 1 has chosen with only a few questions and 3 guesses. Who will the listener!If you have 22 minutes and 58 seconds , join us!Going to try to raise some money for the "ROCKNPOD"Want to be on the "Fun Size" Show?For a $25 donation to the can be on the "Fun Size" Show with me.Donate $25 and put in the comment field that it is for the "Fun Size" Show and contact me here on FB and we will make it happen!Thank you in advance! you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
Good morrow, lovely listeners, and welcome to Episode 69 (ooh er!) of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! Joining me in The Parlour this month are delightful regulars; my rather splendid husband, Rich, and our good friend and faux-Cockney, Phil! We're pretty much all over the shop in this episode as I suffer with sleep deprivation whilst the whiskey's a-flowin' for Rich & Phil. We talk about Baby Driver, how much Rich adores the Oh Hello live show, Phil & Rich's thoughts on the return of Twin Peaks, and how little I know about pop culture... All this, plus me not accepting the concept of Blood Drive and having a miniature meltdown over it, Rich watching Adam Sandler movies on purpose, and Phil suffering through Alien Covenant... Enjoy! Episode Theme - 'FM' by Steely Dan End Theme - 'Shadow' by Chromatics WARNING: Mild spoilers within, and some pretty tinny sound, sorry! It was hot as balls when we reocrded so we had the windows open, and removing the sound of the M6 wafting through reduced the quality a bit.
Should the Star Wars fans influence content? Bryan and Shelby discuss.  Check out our new website: Hit us up on Twitter @hyperspace_pod or email us at Intro song by Bryan. Outro by @Da_Nee_Flow
When people told themselves their past with stories, explained their present with stories, foretold the future with stories, the best place by the fire was kept for... The Storyteller. In 1987, a TV show unlike any other premiered on NBC. It had a simple premise: an old man sits by the fireplace and tells his dog a story. The Storyteller starred John Hurt and Brian Henson (as Dog) and ran for only one season. Based on real folktales, it was a marriage of ancient tales and modern technology that featured creations from the Jim Henson Creature Shop. Join us by the fire this week as we talk about the history of this incredible show, along with some of our favorite episodes. We thought this would be a perfect episode to end season 2! We will be back releasing weekly episodes VERY soon. Until then, stay cool Cassettes! For more information, check out
The suspicious shakeups in the Star Wars Universe keep on coming! In this episode we discuss Colin Trevorrow being booted off Episode IX and the return of JJ Abrams. Along with this more-publicized director change is a promising switch of writers and the reoccurring suggestion that this pivotal film is even more serious than we know - wrapping not just this new trilogy, but uniting and concluding this trilogy of trilogies. Cap, Matt, and Doug also recap all the social media teases spinning out of the newly minted Solo - A Star Wars Story. Yeah, we don't love the title, so we made up some of our own. This summer, Ron Howard has been busy reshooting more of the film than expected. We discuss the cast that's been added and dropped, the major expanded universe surprises, and more. Plus, the first big batch of Last Jedi rumors (safely shielded behind our spoiler-proof blast doors) and new interpretations of the mystery presented by the looming Obi-Wan Kenobi film. For links and more info, head to the main episode page: more about your ad choices. Visit  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Cass Elliot didn’t die eating a ham sandwich. But the lasting power of that urban legend speaks to a far darker story. Elliot possessed one of the most influential voices of the 1960s. However, while her big break with The Mamas and The Papas and meteoric career changed the LA music scene forever, it also entrapped Elliot in a cycle of fat-shaming, sending her spiraling into catastrophic weight-loss regimens. In this episode, we’ll talk about the music industry’s complicated relationship with weight, how crash dieting likely led to the untimely death of this music legend, and the true legacy of Elliot in pop culture. This episode was written and performed by Lexi Pandell, a writer from Oakland, California. Her work has been published by The Atlantic, the New York Times, WIRED, The New Republic, Condé Nast Traveler, GQ, Playboy and many others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Disney Plus is launching with the stated intention of streaming the entire Disney library... except for "Song of the South," a 1946 animation/live-action hybrid film set on a post-Civil War plantation. It was theatrically re-released as recently as 1986, and served as the basis for the ride Splash Mountain, but has never been available in the US on home video. What is "Song of the South?" Why did Disney make it and why have they held the actual film from release, while finding other ways to profit off of it? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this bonus episode The Leftovers are joined by Dan West to discuss and breakdown the second Star Wars The Last Jedi trailer. Share this:
Under the Sea! This week on an all new So Wizard, we are joined by guest co host Dee Dee Sweets to take on nerd news including the final Birds of Prey trailer, a director change for Dr. Strange and more! Then it's time to jump into the deep end with a review of Kirsten Stewart is Underwater! Does this sci fi/horror mashup rise to the top or sink? Find out here, always free on Apple Podcasts, listen on Spotify, or right on our website! You can now support us on Patreon and get an extra episode of the podcast every month! Check out our You Tube channel!  Follow us on Twitter! Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Instagram! Buy a So Wizard T Shirt and support the show! Check out our website! 

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