Fri, 31 July 2015
Thu, 30 July 2015
Direct download: The_Batcave_Podcast_-_Episode_44.mp3
Category:Batcave Podcast -- posted at: 6:02am EDT
Wed, 29 July 2015
Direct download: Cyborgs_-_Richard_Anderson.mp3
Category:Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast -- posted at: 6:28am EDT
Tue, 28 July 2015
Direct download: SciFi_Diner_Conversations_253_-_Listeners_Talk_Star_Wars_Rebels_Game_of_Thrones_and_More..mp3
Category:SciFi Diner Podcast -- posted at: 7:23am EDT
Mon, 27 July 2015
There’s a lot happening in the entertainment industry outside of Los Angeles and New York. One American city that’s become a hotbed of production over the past 10 plus years is beautiful Boston, MA. And one guy who’s been a part of that production explosion is Chuck Slavin. Transitioning from in front of the camera to behind it, Chuck has worked positions from Production Assistant to Driver to Production Coordinator to Assistant Director building his career in the industry.
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When not working on set, Chuck has also been a huge advocate and champion for the State tax credits that are keeping productions coming to Massachusetts. Combining enthusiasm and practicality, Chuck has become a master at networking in New England. This is a great listen on how to network but also a look at some do’s and don’ts when it comes to etiquette on set. Enjoy.
Sun, 26 July 2015
On the heels of the SCOTUS ruling on gay marriage, Gabe joins Dan and Travis to discuss the reaction from the sports world. Hilarity ensues! (We hope!)
Including: Dan schools Gabe on chants!
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Fri, 24 July 2015
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Don thinks that he doesn't need school as he's a pretty good auto mechanic and knows that's where his life is headed. But when his dune buggy breaks down in the desert, his auto skills are useless and his lack of knowledge could wind up getting Billy in trouble.
We all have felt, at one time or another, that some of the classes we took in the course of our education were useless. But one never knows what life will throw at them. In the course of this episode, lessons in ancient history and geology pay off for Billy and Cathy, but will Don learn his lesson before it's too late. Plus, Richard relates some personal stories of times he spent with Shazam! stars Jackson Bostwick and Michael Gray. Stay tuned for the story of how guest star Wink Roberts set the desert landscape on fire.
It's all here and we want to hear from you on what you think of the episode.
“If you close your mind to learning, sooner or later you're going to have it opened and be surprised at just how much you've shortchanged yourself. So if you ever think about dropping out of school, you're only hurting yourself."
Wink Roberts as Don
Lisa Eilbacher as Cathy
Thu, 23 July 2015
Ant-Man proved it wasn't such a small movie at the box office this weekend. But is it big enough to take on the nostalgia of Pixels? Michael Falkner has this and all the DVD release news on a new Weekly Podioplex.
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Weekly Podioplex Notes for July 21, 2015
Opening Clip: Pixels
Box Office Report
#1 – Ant-Man
#7 – Magic Mike XXL [-1]
(New Release) [Change]
Tops From the Past
2010 – Inception
Box Office Premieres for the week of July 24th, 2015
Pixels – [PG-13]
Paper Towns – [PG-13]
Southpaw – [R]
The Vatican Tapes – [PG-13]
Samba – [R]
Unexpected – [R]
Big Significant Things – [NR]
Phoenix – [PG-13]
Home Entertainment for the week of July 21st, 2015
New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
What We Do in the Shadows – [R]
Wild Horses – [R]
Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery – [NR]
TV on DVD and Blu-Ray
Robot Chicken: Season Seven (2014)
The Centurions: Part One (1985)
Blu-Rays From the Past
My Beautiful Laundrette (1985) – [R]
The Dead Robots’ Society was created by Justin Macumber in an effort to offer advice and support to other aspiring writers. All the hosts, current and former, have writing experience of some kind. They gather on a weekly basis to share stories of their individual journeys and discuss topics important to the world of writing. Occasional forays into the territories of brown dragons, taco eating cowboy space ninjas, or random discussions involving monkeys are all considered rumor at best and none of the hosts are willing to admit any of that actually happened.
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Wed, 22 July 2015
Presenting the Transcription Feature: The Screen Guild Theater - "The Philadelphia Story" and The Saint
The Screen Guild Theater, which presented Hollywood films in greatly-abridged versions but often with the original stars, did a fantastic job with The Philadelphia Story. Their adaptation of the comedy classic about a high society wedding interrupted by the presence of the bride’s ex-husband and pair of tabloid reporters features all three of the film’s stars: Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Jimmy Stewart. Then that dashing “Robin Hood of Modern Crime,” Simon Templar, makes an appearance on The Saint. Vincent Price stars as the sophisticated, suave (yet quick with his fists) righter of wrongs.
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The Screen Guild Theater
“The Philadelphia Story”
March 17, 1947
“The Corpse Said Ouch”
August 6, 1950
Direct download: Presenting_the_Transcription_Feature_-_The_Philadelphia_Story_-_The_Saint.mp3
Category:Presenting the Transcription Feature -- posted at: 6:01am EDT
Tue, 21 July 2015
The Green Hornet arrives in Gotham City and looks like he's gunning for a piece of the action. But to Batman, muscling in on the trading stamp racket seems low-key for such a high profile gangster. And what does the foreman of the Pink Chip Stamp Company have to do with it? Is the Hornet the real evil in this plot or is it the unusual Colonel Gumm with his penchant for alphabet soup? Van Williams and Bruce Lee guest star in this episode as their respective characters, The Green Hornet and Kato, from their own ABC series in this crossover as an attempt to generate better ratings for the fledgling show.
Joining John to discuss this episode and the most important character who doesn't get enough recognition is Justin Michael of Batman The Animated Podcast.
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Justin Michael is an actor, writer / director and LA native. He's one half of the sketch comedy group Tremendosaur, a member of the Harold teamWinslow, co-host of the podcast Before You Were Funny at UCB Sunset, and host of Batman the Animated Podcast. His UCB credits also include: Wilhelm(the improvised movie), Tournament of Nerds, The It SUCKed! Awards, UCB Thanksgiving Day Parade, Urban Legends, Tremendosaur Sells Out, UCB Summer Blockbuster, CDR Sketch, Tremendosaur's Big Hollywood-ish Sketch Show, Sketch Cram, Let's Do This!, UCBWCW, Cagematch, The Passover Show, Mookie & Dave: It's a Guy Thing, Matt Besser's Prop 19 Show, and Not Too Shabby. He is the co-creator of Friendship All-Stars of Friendship, a stop-motion animated series he wrote, directed, voiced, and produced for L Studio and Stoopid Buddy. He has written/directed/acted for Comedy Central, Funny or Die, Above Average, Nickelodeon and Adult Swim. He was a staff writer on Matt Besser's Comedy Central special, "This Show Will Get You High." He's performed at San Francisco Sketch Fest, Austin's Out of Bounds Festival, The Del Close Marathon, and toured various colleges across the country. If you'd like to continue your relationship beyond this bio follow @heyjustin on Twitter.
Direct download: The_Batcave_Podcast_-_Episode_43.mp3
Category:Batcave Podcast -- posted at: 8:46am EDT