On this episode Chris and Joe tackle a subject they don’t discuss very often: horror movies. That’s right, in honor of it being October and with Halloween coming up, the boys talk about some of their favorite horror films, what they like and don’t like about the genre and generally what scares them. Hint: it’s not clowns, although they are pretty scary. And even if they don’t get completely into horror movies this time, they will on a special upcoming episode with a great guest. You’ll want to be here for that one. Meantime, they also get back into upcoming Marvel film and TV, heap even more praise on Enola Holmes, Millie Bobby Brown and the rest of the cast and renew their commitment to all-things Star Trek. Plus, the usual more. This is gonna be a shorter episode synopsis as the actual episode is late due to some technical difficulties. So, we’ll just let it (and Chris & Joe) speak for themselves. Thanks for listening. WARNING: This episode contains discussions about COVID-19, mental health and quarantine. We understand not everyone is in a place to talk about or hear discussions surrounding these issues. Please do what’s best for you. Stay safe everyone. As always, if you have comments, questions, critiques, offers of sponsorship or whatever, feel free to hit us up in the comments, on Twitter, Instagram or, yes, even Facebook. Or shoot us an email. We don’t mind. Image via Warner Bros. Opening and end music by Kevin MacLeod under Creative Commons License
It’s a brand new episode of The Flickcast. Still going strong eight episodes in. Nice! On this episode Chris and Joe get deep into all-things Marvel as they discuss WandaVision and how it fits into the greater MCU and what it means for other Marvel franchises like Doctor Strange and X-Men. They also talk about the Marvel multiverse and potential special appearances by various actors in upcoming movies and TV shows and how the Marvel schedule has been pushed around again. They also talk Tom Cruise in space, 90s Justice League Crossovers, multiple Batmans and Flashes, new content and casting announcements like Tatiana Maslany as She-Hulk, the newly announced Nick Fury series for Disney+, how Marvel may approach the action for the show given the “maturity” of Samual L. Jackson and who would win in a fight between Vin Diesel and Tom Cruise. Plus, Chris gushes for more than a few minutes about how great Netflix’s Enola Holmes is. It is great. You should watch it. They also touch on other topics like video game consoles, Blade Runner: 2049, the horrible live-action D&D movie and, of course, the usual more. WARNING: This episode contains discussions about COVID-19, mental health and quarantine. We understand not everyone is in a place to talk about or hear discussions surrounding these issues. Please do what’s best for you. Stay safe everyone. As always, if you have comments, questions, critiques, offers of sponsorship or whatever, feel free to hit us up in the comments, on Twitter, Instagram or, yes, even Facebook. Or shoot us an email. We don’t mind. We’re back baby! Image via Warner Bros. Opening and end music by Kevin MacLeod under Creative Commons License
It’s a brand new episode of The Flickcast. And this time, we’re not alone.  That’s right, this week Chris and Joe welcome special guest Jason Inman. He’s an author, host, comic book writer, podcaster and Army veteran. Plus, he’s a great guy. The three discuss Jason’s life growing up in Kansas, his time in the military and the development of his love for comics and writing. They also discuss other things including DC versus Marvel, Star Trek, first video game consoles and Jason’s dislike for Klingons. They also talk about social media, fandom, the treatment of women in comics and entertainment and dealing with things during this weird time. They also get into life, family, the search for toys, talking to your kids about starting a YouTube channel and the first time he saw his comic for sale in a store.  WARNING: This episode contains discussions about COVID-19, mental health and quarantine. We understand not everyone is in a place to talk about or hear discussions surrounding these issues. Please do what’s best for you. Stay safe everyone. As always, if you have comments, questions, critiques, offers of sponsorship or whatever, feel free to hit us up in the comments, on Twitter, Instagram or, yes, even Facebook. Or shoot us an email. We don’t mind. We’re back baby! Photo Credit: CBS/Paramount Opening and end music by Kevin MacLeod under Creative Commons License
It’s a brand new episode of The Flickcast. In fact, it’s an extra bonus episode just for International Podcast Day! What’s better than one episode of The Flickcast in a week? Two episodes! That’s right. On this “positive and looking forward” episode Chris and Joe get deep into all the things they’re looking forward to watching and listening to through the end of 2020 and beyond. They also look back on a few of the things they’ve enjoyed during the unusual times we’re living in. Some of the topics covered include the movies Hackers and Swordfish, the Doctor Who Experience, Y: The Last Man, Mandalorian Season 2, Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, the next James Bond film, upcoming Marvel TV series and movies like Wandvision, Falcon & Winter Soldier and Black Widow and of course, Joe’s favorite band Marillion. They also manage to talk about a certain world event (but just a little), further developments in film and television production and therapy through podcasting. Plus, of course, the usual more. WARNING: This episode contains discussions about COVID-19, mental health and quarantine. We understand not everyone is in a place to talk about or hear discussions surrounding these issues. Please do what’s best for you. Stay safe everyone. As always, if you have comments, questions, critiques, offers of sponsorship or whatever, feel free to hit us up in the comments, on Twitter, Instagram or, yes, even Facebook. Or shoot us an email. We don’t mind. We’re back baby! Image via Warner Bros. Opening and end music by Kevin MacLeod under Creative Commons License
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11
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2
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10 hours, 15 minutes
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