Codename for the type of atomic bomb that was detonated over the Japanese city of Nagasaki on 9 August 1945
It's officially December and we ring in the holiday season with a big review of Violent Night, which we think every Binger will enjoy. Our featured TV show this week is The Peripheral starring Chloe Grace Moretz. It's on Amazon Prime and that's all Jack wants to say about it, ok? All of our other reviews will be on The Full Binge and you can check out that list below. If you like The BingeCast and what we do at Binge Media, please consider subscribing and supporting us at Patreon.com/BingeMedia to sign up for The Full Binge! On this week's Full Binge, our spillover reviews include Sr. Director by Night, Killer Sally, Atlanta, The Vow and more! Listen to BingeCast's review of Fatman! A Violent Night Review: Thanks for subscribing to The Full Binge! 0:00 - The Free Binge - Hey welcome to the BingeCast! Jack and I are here to talk shit. Tell everyone you know about the 12 Comms of Bingemas starting December 14th. 09:13 - Google Voice - Nathaniel Peterson calls in and asks, "What sequels don't include the main character or storyline from the rest of the franchise?" Or something like that. It included research. We don't do research. Give us a call at 708-406-9546. 18:43 - TV Round Up - We check out the Amazon Prime sci-fi original The Peripheral and one of us immediately checks out because of Chloe Grace Moretz. I'll give you a hint: he goes by John Falvey IV. 41:44 - What Did You Watch - Our biggie this week is Violent Night and we think it's the perfect holiday film for a Binger. Support Binge Media! Leave a voicemail for The BingeCast at 708-406-9546 Subscribe to The Full Binge on Patreon Follow Binge Media on Facebook Join the Binge Media Facebook Group Follow Binge Media on Instagram Go to ParkScents.com and use the discount code BINGE20 at checkout for 20% off your entire order Additional music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio
On the November 29, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by /Film editor Brad Oman to gather around the virtual water cooler and talk about what they've been up to. Opening Banter: At The Water Cooler: What we've been Doing:Brad wrapped up the gargantuan task of the 2022 /Film Holiday Gift Guide. What we've been Reading: What we've been Watching:Brad and Ben watched The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special and The Menu Ben watched Bros, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, and Strange World. Brad watched Christmas with the Campbells, The Fabelmans, Fatman, and Abbott Elementary Season 1. What we've been Eating:Brad found out an annoying thing about Door Dash “ghost kitchens.” He also tried Hazelnut Hot Cocoa flavored Milano cookies and Crunch Tators Potato Chips, and is happy that the Rebel Hard Coffee Winter Wonderland Variety Pack is back What we've been Playing: All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS). And please subscribe to our newsletter! Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word! Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.
Sportsball continues and the Aggie's and Brown's seasons are only getting worse as the teams begin to stack up impressive losing streaks not seen for decades...well not the Browns. The Cowboys continue on in heroic fashion while the Astros clutch the pennet and take it to the world series. Also a couple words about Hockey. Whooooooo Sportsball!
Carl and Chanel bring you some of comic history's most regrettable superheroes and villains. Featuring a doctor that experiments on babies, a floating disembodied eyeball, Thunder bunny, Fatman, and more! Which currently popular superhero was thought to be unredeemable? Yes, there really is a weed villain named Reefer King. Not all heroes and villains were made for the big screen folks!You like super things? @yasmineabedart is super. Go check her out!
The Fat Man makes this weeks post with their drama, Murder Wins the Draw. This episode is believed to have aired, April 1, 1949. "Believed" because it's very difficult to find matching air dates for The Fat Man.Most of the U.S. productions are no longer in circulation, but many of the Australian episodes still exist. The Fat Man was produced on Australian radio from September 1954 to 1955 for 55 episodes. With the Brad Runyon role played by actor Lloyd Berrell (b. 02/1926 – d. 12/1957).The Fat Man was credited to Dashiell Hammett (b. 1894 - d. 01/1961), author of The Thin Man.The U.S. version (1946-1951) was broadcast from WJZ studios in Newark, New Jersey, and syndicated on the ABC Radio Network.: : : : :My other podcast channels include: DRAMA X THEATER -- SCI FI x HORROR -- COMEDY x FUNNY HA HA -- VARIETY X ARMED FORCES -- THE COMPLETE ORSON WELLESEnjoying my podcast? You can subscribe to receive new post notices. Also, if you have a moment, please give a 4-5 star rating and/or write a 1-2 sentence positive review on your preferred service -- that would help me a lot.Thank you for your support.https://otr.duane.media | Instagram @duane.otr
It's our Season Finale, Listeners! And it's also the holidays! So we're celebrating the end of 2022 with one of our favorite festive foods: GINGERBREAD! Our Chef-Creator Lia Ballentine kicks things off with a brief history of gingerbread, the medieval monk that helped make it popular in Europe, and how food hero Amelia Simmons introduced the first American gingerbread recipes in her pioneering cookbook, “American Cookery.” Plus, Lia tells us about the best days to celebrate the sweet and spicy treat, and the unbelievable gingerbread houses you can see at the National Gingerbread House Competition in Asheville, North Carolina. In the Deep Dish, our Foodlosopher Anna Van Valin asks the question: why are we so obsessed with gingerbread houses? She explores how the Brothers Grimm baked gingerbread house imagery into popular culture with the story of Hansel and Gretel. She also tells us about how gingerbread houses inspired an actual architectural movement, the many fantasy gingerbread-house-insipred attractions that range from whimsical to creepy, and the connection between gingerbread houses and...Mar-a-Lago?? Ready to snap into this episode? Then join us as we indulge in all things gingerbread!Explore more from the show:Watch the special “Craft in America” episode about the National Gingerbread House Competition.Sing along to “I Love a Fat Man” with Chita Rivera as the Gingerbread Witch. Explore this abandoned gingerbread castle amusement park in NJ with some ghost hunters. Connect with us:Want to support our women and BIPOC-created independent podcast? Buy us a coffee!For more great content about the stories & foods we talk about on the show (plus a peek BTS) follow us at @FoodDayPod on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook or check out our webpage.Join our mailing list for extra content and to keep up with all the exciting things we have planned for this season.
For the last official SATFM Episode of the year, Episode 89, we welcome back my old friend Billy Rows of Mutation Creation. Bill's had a helluva year and talks about what he's been through, what he learned from it and the future of Mutation Creation. Also, we have the Red Queen Shannon Lentz of Shanz Amaze Ballz on the last brand new 15 Minutes of Lame of the year. Don't forget to vote in the Snakes and the Fatman 15 Minutes of Lame contest for your favorite new breeder(s). Voting begins on November 17th!
Welcome back folks to another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Series !I'm so glad you stopped by again and hope you're enjoying listening to these classic crime fiction radio episodes. Today's episode comes from the classic, The Fat Man Detective crime series. The Fat Man radio series was a crime drama that aired from 1946 to 1951. The show starred J Scott Smart as private investigator Brad Runyon, better known as "The Fat Man." The show was set in New York City, and each episode began with Runyon receiving a call from someone who needed his help. Runyon would then venture out into the city to solve the mystery. Today's episode is titled "A Window for Murder" and originally aired in 1947. If you liked this radio episode, please consider buying Uncle Erich a cup of coffee if you'd like, at the support link below. https://buymeacoffee.com/ClassicRadio Thanks a Million !I also urge you to please visit UncleErich.com to listen to all the currently available radio podcast episodes.There are also hundreds of the old classic detective and mystery television shows you can watch as well. They're really fun to watch ! Now, Enjoy this great episode with The Fat Man titled "A Window for Murder."RESOURCES ON COPYRIGHTS I want to say Thank You to Patreon supporters for helping to keep Uncle Erich Presents™ online. Your support is truly appreciated !If you liked this episode, please consider buying Uncle Erich a cup of coffee at the support link below. Thanks a million ! https://buymeacoffee.com/ClassicRadio Support the showSave on everything using online coupons via our QuePons portal. Simply visit -QuePons.com to start saving !
We move from October into November and just like the bleakness of late fall, things start to get bleaker for our heroes. The addition of the Colonel brings some different feelings into the mix. The horrors of war and sieges are explored. Whether children should be fighting or acting as an insurgent sabotage force is a question that comes to the foreground. Finally they make a go at smuggling the Colonel out and things go awry.
Sportsball continues, and it continues to go downhill for both the Aggies and Browns, but fortunately uphill for the Cowboys and the Astros. Also downhill for Bruce's hockey team....so...well Bruce is pretty sports unhappy right now, let's put it that way. Pat fully understands that being an Aggie fan means mostly being in pain all the time with some moments of awesome....but mostly pain.
Ian and David hop in the booth, pump up the volume, and turn into a coupla real cranks with their review of Romuauld Boulanger's new radio-themed thriller, On the Line!Mel Gibson stars as Elvis Cooney, a late-night L.A. shock jock who receives a threatening call on the air. Over the next several hours, he embarks on a cat-and-mouse game as a crazed listener kidnaps his family, murders his co-workers, and forces the boisterous host to reveal his darkest secrets to the world.In this spoiler-packed autopsy, the guys switch stations on On the Line, lambasting what it is while imagining what it could have been. From missed opportunities, to performances ranging from ham-handed to uninspired, and a double-whammy twist that will have you throwing stereos from moving cars--this takedown is almost as painful to deliver as the movie is to watch.Not to worry, though: the show winds down with a casual and totally non-controversial defense of Mel Gibson.Show Links:Watch the On the Line trailer.Read David's On the Line written review at Keeping it Reel.Watch Ian and David's interview with the Nelms brothers, co-creators of Fatman (starring Mel Gibson, mentioned in the show).Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!
While Kevin is away, Marc Bernardin will play! Marc hits some of the news we've missed, covering some finales and #TalesOfTheJedi, and talking about attending the #BlackPantherWakandaForever premiere. (No spoilers.) https://nativedeo.com/fatman, or use promo code fatman at checkout, and get twenty percent off your first order.. https://go.bluechew.com/fatman Try BlueChew FREE with promo code FATMAN at checkout--just pay $5 shipping.
THE classic hardboiled private eye drama with just enough noir to keep things edgy. Sam Spade, Brigid O'Shaughnessy, Joel Cairo, Casper Gutman. Dashiell Hammett brought them to life with his iconic storytelling. The Maltese Falcon is enjoyed as a novel, a motion picture, and a radio drama. The novel, written by American writer Dashiell Hammett was originally serialized in Black Mask magazine, beginning with the September 1929 issue. The complete novel was published in 1930 by Alfred A. Knopf. The novel was adapted as a motion picture four times, most notably in 1941 as John Huston's directorial debut and starring Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet, and Gladys George. This film adaptation of The Maltese Falcon was nominated for three Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Sydney Greenstreet), and Best Adapted Screenplay (John Huston). The Maltese Falcon was adapted twice as an audio book, once as a stage performance, and once as a radio drama, the 3 July 1946 episode of Academy Award, a weekly radio program featuring actors and actresses, techniques and skills chosen from motion pictures nominated or having won the Oscar award of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. This episode, entitled The Maltese Falcon starred Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor and Sydney Greenstreet, who reprised their roles in the 1941 motion picture. It is from this episode of Academy Award that we adapted our re-imagined performance. Today, whether as the novel, film, or radio drama, The Maltese Falcon is often cited as the best example of both noir and hardboiled detective fiction. From the noir subgenre comes a bleak tone with nihilistic characters whose greed causes them to lie, steal, and cheat, becoming more and more entangled in a web of machinations from which they cannot escape. The hardboiled detective genre features a somewhat fallen private detective who may bend, even break, the law in pursuit of justice, and who, despite a broken moral compass, emerges from dilemmas with a clean ethical slate. In both noir and hardboiled detective fiction, it is the interaction between characters that moves the story forward. Our story featured a definitive cast of classic characters. First, Sam Spade, a San Francisco private detective with his own code of ethics, and a connoisseur of comebacks. Spade is hounded by police detectives, thugs, and public officials driven by personal career interests. Effie Perine, Spade's secretary, provided comfort and moral guidance, but she had Spade's number. Miles Archer, Spade's partner, was murdered within the first few minutes of the story, a consequence that required a solution from Spade. Joel Cairo was a criminal for sure, but he smelled of gardenias. Casper Gutman, The Fat Man, was wealthy, cunning, charming, obsessed with a falcon statuette. And, finally, Brigid O'Shaughnessy, a femme fatale, beautiful but treacherous, who changed her name, and loyalty, at the drop of a dime. They all were looking for a gold statue of a falcon. It was a volatile but entertaining mix, making The Maltese Falcon arguably one of the best detective stories ever written, and Hammett one of the greatest mystery writers of all time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Fat Man Terra, the anonymous Twitter account dedicated to bringing Do Kwon to justice, reacts to my recent interview with Do Kwon and says what he thinks it revealed about his personality. Show highlights: why Fat Man Terra created the Twitter account whether Terra was used to enrich insiders how Fat Man believes Do Kwon evaded questions in the interview with Laura whether Do lied about Chai to misrepresent the success of UST and LUNA why Fat Man believes some people will never admit wrongdoing what he thinks of Do's response to the stories of people losing everything and whether he is actually sorry what he calls Do's lack of transparency about his history what he believes is the need to make an example out of the collapse of Terra and the Do's failure Thank you to our sponsors! Crypto.com Fat Man Terra Twitter Laura's Interview with Do Kwon Other Coverage of Unchained on Do Kwon and Terra: How Will the Legal Case Against Do Kwon Play Out in South Korea? Do Kwon Is Backing UST With Bitcoin – And Here's What Else He Is Building The Legal and Regulatory Fallout From Terra's Collapse: Who Will Pay? The Chopping Block: Does the New Terra Have Any Chance? Hester Peirce's Former Counsel on Terra 2.0, XRP and a Bitcoin Spot ETF Why Terra Collapsed and Whether an Algo Stablecoin Can Ever Succeed Fat Man Terra's thread with several devastating stories related to the collapse of Terra SDT pre-mine CoinDesk Korea article Chai WSJ article Do's tweets about Chai: 2.5 million users Tweet in May 2021 Tweet in May 2021 #2 Tweet in January 2021 Abracadabra Degenbox $2.7 billion cash out TFL Exit Liquidity dashboard on Dune Basis Cash CoinDesk article Luna Foundation Guard Ergo-BTC on-chain evidence of more than 313 BTC Dumps BTC LFG postpones compensation Allegations against Do Kwon SBS news reporting Do moved funds to the Virgin Islands Seoul Police Probe Allegation of Embezzlement by Terraform Staff South Korea Launches Investigation into Company Behind Luna Crypto Crash Class action against Do Kwon Korean prosecutors are looking into Terra Red Notice “Not on the run” Kwon's Passport
Fat Man Terra, the anonymous Twitter account dedicated to bringing Do Kwon to justice, reacts to my recent interview with Do Kwon and says what he thinks it revealed about his personality. Show highlights: why Fat Man Terra created the Twitter account whether Terra was used to enrich insiders how Fat Man believes Do Kwon evaded questions in the interview with Laura whether Do lied about Chai to misrepresent the success of UST and LUNA why Fat Man believes some people will never admit wrongdoing what he thinks of Do's response to the stories of people losing everything and whether he is actually sorry what he calls Do's lack of transparency about his history what he believes is the need to make an example out of the collapse of Terra and Do's failure Thank you to our sponsors! Crypto.com Fat Man Terra Twitter Laura's Interview with Do Kwon Other Coverage of Unchained on Do Kwon and Terra: How Will the Legal Case Against Do Kwon Play Out in South Korea? Do Kwon Is Backing UST With Bitcoin – And Here's What Else He Is Building The Legal and Regulatory Fallout From Terra's Collapse: Who Will Pay? The Chopping Block: Does the New Terra Have Any Chance? Hester Peirce's Former Counsel on Terra 2.0, XRP and a Bitcoin Spot ETF Why Terra Collapsed and Whether an Algo Stablecoin Can Ever Succeed Fat Man Terra's thread with several devastating stories related to the collapse of Terra SDT pre-mine CoinDesk Korea article Chai WSJ article Do's tweets about Chai: 2.5 million users Tweet in May 2021 Tweet in May 2021 #2 Tweet in January 2021 Abracadabra Degenbox $2.7 billion cash out TFL Exit Liquidity dashboard on Dune Basis Cash CoinDesk article Luna Foundation Guard Ergo-BTC on-chain evidence of more than 313 BTC Dumps BTC LFG postpones compensation Allegations against Do Kwon SBS news reporting Do moved funds to the Virgin Islands Seoul Police Probe Allegation of Embezzlement by Terraform Staff South Korea Launches Investigation into Company Behind Luna Crypto Crash Class action against Do Kwon Korean prosecutors are looking into Terra Red Notice “Not on the run” Kwon's Passport
Kevin and Marc gather in the digital Scum & Villainy Cantina to talk Andor, She-Hulk, and more! https://nativedeo.com/fatman, or use promo code fatman at checkout, and get twenty percent off your first order. https://go.bluechew.com/fatman Try BlueChew FREE with promo code FATMAN at checkout--just pay $5 shipping. SEE CLERKS III with KEVIN SMITH! - https://clerks3.movie/