Sun, 22 April 2018
Recorded on Facebook Live
April 22, 2018
John returns with a new slew of reviews from the various corners of pop culture. Dan Persons reviews Isle of Dogs. J. Andrew World takes a retrospective look at the music of Todd Rungren. Denise Lhamon has mixed feelings about The Terror by Dan Simmons. Ken Holtzhouser referees the debate over revivals versus reboots. John is bringing a revamped podcast of his to the table (The OSI Files) and Michael Falkner offers a near complete listing of pop culture conventions around the world for the month of May. It's all here and more on a new In Review episode of The Chronic Rift.
8:00 - John talks the revamp of his bionic themed podcast, The OSI Files (set to premiere on Facebook Live on May 4 at 9:00PM EST).
11:20 - Michael Falkner presents our Pop Culture Convention Guide.
16:35 - Dan Persons offers his thoughts on Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs.
26:40 - J. Andrew World takes a retrospective look at the music of Todd Rungren. Take a listen to J. Andrew's Spotify playlist.
37:05 - The Batcave Podcast promo
38:07 - The Weekly Podioplex promo
40:00 - Denise has mixed feelings on Dan Simmons' The Terror. (Purchase your copy and help support the network.)
48:50 - Ken Holtzhouser points out the good and the bad when it comes to Hollywood's obsession with reboots and revivals.
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