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S09E23 Do You Even Kaiju Bro?: Kaiju Movies - In part three of our annual October Horror series the CCS crew goes beast mode in an attempt to survive the MonsterVerse, re-casting Godzilla (1954) and Reptilicus (1961).
This Saturday morning, for the first episode of our 2021 OCTOONBER celebration, Joseph and Chris watched Godzilla from 1997. This was suggested by David Brown via YouTube. 1. First Episode: The Firebird (S1E01)2. My Pick: The Magnetic Terror (S1E10)3. Highest Rated: The Moonlode (S2E08) The crew of the research vessel, The Calico, investigate strange phenomena […]
Triple Drain Pinball Podcast Episode 7: The Stern Inside(r) Scoop with Tom Graf Hosts: Joel Engelberth, Tom Graf, & Travis Murie This episode we talk about Tom's experience playing Godzilla and using Stern Insider Connected. We also discuss: - Stern's New Home Pin - Tournament Talk - Triple Combo: Deadpool - Tom Talks! Facebook: facebook.com/tripledrain Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tripledrainpodcast/ Email: email@example.com Merch: https://silverballswag.com/.../triple-drain-pinball-podcast Website: thepinball.network
Emma Mieko Candon, author of Ronin: A Visions Novel, sits down with the TLF crew to talk about the release of her brand new book. They talk Godzilla, life-threatening medical complications, and the impact of Japanese culture on Star Wars. It's a wild ride and it's worth a listen to get hyped for the newest entry to Star Wars publishing. Send any and all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet at us @LivingForcePod, hit us up on Facebook, watch LIVE on YouTube, and don't forget to join the discussion on Discord at Youtini.com. Help the galaxy find us by leaving a review and please remember to subscribe!
It's been a long time since I last released anything but dammit, it feels great to be back. This episode, I'll be discussing all the "summer" movies I had the great pleasure of seeing this past year and what I'm looking forward to. Due to the length of this discussion, my previously planned back half of the episode got pushed and will be released next week as a bonus episode...or part two? That said, I'll just go ahead and consider this the season two premiere as I gear up for (hopefully) more episodes to be released in the future. Movies I'll be discussing in this episode include Shang-Chi, Black Widow, The Conjuring, Malignant, The Night House, Candy Man, In the Heights, Godzilla vs Kong and Mortal Kombat. Special Thanks to ANtarcticbreeze for the Royalty-Free song at the beginning and end. The song is called "Dream World" and you can find more from this artist on Soundcloud. As always you can find me on Twitter at PopCultureRSS or reach out to me at email@example.com. If you do feel so inclined, please share, subscribe and follow this podcast. If you would like more information or would like to donate to the Epilepsy Foundation, please check out their website at www.epilepsy.com. For those interested in finding more information about supporting the Asian-American community during these times, please visit stopaapihate.org. There you are free to donate or utilize their resources to report an incident or keep up to date with anything happening. #StopAsianHate #StopeAAPIHate --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mscpclifepod/support
Emmy-winning writer, producer, musician and monster kid Dino Stamatopoulos (“Mr. Show,” “TV Funhouse,” “Late Night with Conan O'Brien”) joins Gilbert and Frank for a darkly funny conversation about savage chimps, cross-dressing puppets, bad horror movie tropes, the spectacular failure of "The Dana Carvey Show" and the creation of his wildly original Adult Swim series, "Moral Orel" and "Mary Shelley's Frankenhole." Also: Ken Jeong climbs into a Godzilla suit, Robert Smigel sends up Bozo the Clown, Gilbert pulls off a shameless Halloween scam and Dino hangs with the legendary Forrest Ackerman. PLUS: Iggy Pop! Zeppo Marx! “The Ambiguously Gay Duo"! "I Walked with a Zombie"! In praise of Scott Adsit (and Charlie Kaufman)! And Dino's character fakes his own death on "Community"! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The guys are back with the next entry in the MonsterVerse! Things are winding down with only one Godzilla movie left, but the guys let you know how they think this love letter to the Godzilla series fares!
Final Round Pinball Podcast Episode 44: Stern Game Hosts: Jeff Teolis & Martin Robbins Special Guest: Zach Sharpe, Stern Pinball Director Of Marketing Stern Marketing Director Zach Sharpe discusses: - Getting a big raise in salary and age - High demand for pinball and back orders - Godzilla and Keith Elwin praise - Understanding Stern Insider Connected - Is Zach playing anymore? Plus: - Our last 2 weeks - Queen pinball first impressions - CGC adding Lyman Sheats and Josh Sharpe for Cactus Canyon (remake) - Sponsor Of The Week - Streamer activity - Email responses - Who will Marty save? - Squid Game love direct feed to Final Round Pinball Podcast: http://feeds.feedburner.com/FinalThePinballNetwork email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram @finalroundpinballpodcast Twitter: @finalroundpin website: thepinball.network
October is a great month to celebrate all things spooky and scary, especially monsters! For the whole month we will be celebrating some of the greatest (well..maybe not..) monsters of film! On this episode we discuss the 1968 out of this world THE GREEN SLIME "After destroying a giant asteroid heading towards Earth, a group of scientists unknowingly bring back a strange green substance that soon mutates into a monster."Check out this new sticky, slimy, SICK new episode today! Every episode of Death By DVD can be found at www.deathbydvd.com, but just try typing our name into your favorite podcast app! The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE
It's that time of the year again - no, not National Pizza Month! It's October and that means it's time for Halloween! If you're like the Planet 8 crew, you're pretty much celebrating Halloween all the time, but October gives you permission to do it publically. With us on this episode is friend of the show, host of Cinema Insomnia, Mr. Lobo! In this smorgasbord of an episode, we'll talk a little about the roots of the holiday, how it changed over the years, and then we share our own childhood Halloween memories of favorite costumes, trick or treating experiences, and so much more! We may wander off topic a bit, but we think you'll be entertained!Unfortunately we couldn't find photos of all the childhood costumes we discussed, but we will share a few other pictures.For our Sensor Sweep, we throw it open to Mr. Lobo, and he is a busy man! This month he'll be hosting three pop up drive in shows at the Vintage Cafe, on the 8th,15th, and 22nd in Paradise, Pennsylvania. He's been holding live Twitch streams on Saturday nights at 9 pm EST and does Q and A. He's working on a new Cinema Insomnia episode, featuring Rick Sloane's The Visitants. OSI74 is his streaming channel and you can see episodes of Cinema Insomnia there along with a ton of other cool stuff. There's also a YouTube channel for Cinema Insomnia with 60 episodes available to watch. If you haven't seen Mr. Lobo, be sure to check it out!That's all for this time. We'll be back with more Halloween fun in a couple of weeks!Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastHappy Haunting!
This episode opens with a discussion of a story of a man who ejaculates from his anus followed by a two-part “Plug In & Hate” session about long lines and mis-delivered packages. Then we talk about Rodan from Godzilla, a crazy girl, Brian's dating life, and today's rock star lifestyle. Newz, BNN, Lunch, then we're done but not for long. Double X Quantimino. A Rare Medical Complication Caused a Man to Ejaculate from His Anus. Plug In & Hate Part 1: Waiting in lines where the end of the line is inefficient. Plug In & Hate Part 2: Receiving mis-delivered packages. Re-visiting anime television series Godzilla Singular Point. True or False? 19-year-old arrested for the death of a man who died after being set on fire at his home. Inquiring minds want to know: First dates with Brian in the dating app game. Do today's rock stars still battle the same substance abuse demons like their predecessors or have the late Millennials and Gen Z learned their lesson? Or are the musicians with demons not idolized like the rock stars that didn't survive? Or is Big Brother Records keeping the cap on the bottle and grooming today's rock stars to know they will be quickly dismissed if the demons take over? This Is The Newz. Video shows woman pulling out gun in Chipotle after store closes early. A North Carolina family finds an unknown woman in mother's casket. Impossible's new vegan nuggets taste better than McNuggets. Sadly, that's not saying much. This animal has survived for centuries without having sex. (Avengers #200) Man Almost Fights His Way Into an Airplane Cockpit on Flight From Boston. Scientists Working on a Toilet That Identifies You by Your Butthole. Haunted house actor accidentally stabs an 11-year-old boy. Keen spirit: Australian cyclist uses GPS to recreate Nirvana's Nevermind cover. Burrito's Nippon Newz. Tokyo cafe serves special drinks and desserts for your anime crush, welcomes otaku/fujoshi diners. Aomori police are on the lookout for a man shouting unsolicited advice at kids about dating and ramen. Is Japan's new Super Combined Cup Noodle series really as great as it claims to be? Cup Noodle Sodas: Culinary innovation or beverage abomination? Cup Noodle pouch satisfies our never-ending need for instant ramen. More Newz. (Fake) FBI raid at NSA employee's home reveals over 16,000,000 'dick pics'. Dubstep artist Skrillex could protect against mosquito bites. A California burger joint bans customers under 18 from dining without parents, saying young people threw fries at staff and stuck candy to the ceiling. Car-exhaust drug craze alarms Congo's capital. A museum says they gave an artist $84,000 in cash to use in artwork. He delivered blank canvases and titled them "Take the Money and Run.". Jake Gyllenhaal: ‘Women? They're superior to men'. Internet stunned by ‘ridiculous' prices at Salt Bae's new London restaurant. Limp Bizkit officially release new single 'Dad Vibes'. What I Had For Lunch. Deepfake Sponsors: Julio Tejas, Booba Gettz The Crazy One, Thicccum Farmz.
Down in the valley where the girls be drankin' (BLOOD)If you ridin' solo, best prepare to stake 'em1, 2Bite 'em3, 4, Night 'emBefore keeping in line with last week's theme of turning the male gaze against itself, Melle and Jared dive into the Negronomicon, covering topics such as the ending of Squid Game (2021) (spoilers start at 14.25 and end at 19.49) and the prospect of a second season , a slew of newly released/upcoming horror trailers and breaking news about the IATSE strike.Then, find yourselves with us in rundown town after sundown in 1986's "frightening comedy" Vamp, where we put the queerness between AJ and Keith center stage, question the addition of throwaway characters and absolutely revel in the bombastic screen presence of the one and only Grace Jones and the ups and downs of her being silent protagonist. Gems from Ep. 36Dune (2021)No Time to Die (2021)Halloween Kills (2021)Antlers (2021)Last Night in Soho (2021)Eternals (2021)Avengers: Endgame (2018)Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (2010)Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II (2011)The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)Twilight (2008)Halloween (2019)Candyman (2021)Creed (2015)A Quiet Place Part II (2021)Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)Super Smash Bros Melee (2001, Video Game)F-Zero (1990, Video Game)Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018, Video Game)Kingdom Hearts (2002, Video Game)Crash Bandicoot (1996, Video Game)Minecraft (2011, Video Game)Pokémon (1997)Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008, Video Game)Squid Game (2021)Train to Busan (2016)Taken (2008)Gravity Falls (2012)Just Beyond (2021)Chucky (2021)The Twilight Zone (1959)Cult of Chucky (2017)Curse of Chucky (2013)Child's Play 2 (1990)Scream (2022)Scream (1996)Scoob (2020)Vamp (1986)Charmed (1998)Jennifer's Body (2009)Fright Night (1985)Shutter Island (2010)Godzilla (2014)Boomerang (1992)The Thing (1982)The Thing (2011)American Horror Story: Red Tide (2021)P-Valley (2020)The Sopranos (1999)The Wire (2002)True Blood (2008)From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)Final Destination 2 (2003)The Witches (1990)Ginger Snaps (2000)
This week Foo can't afford his Uncle's cabinets, Gym offers up one of his favorite YouTube channels, Foo wants to make corn hole boards, basketball diaries, Max the destroyer, the animals always entertain, some new kind of TikTok? And tons more.
OOooOOOOooOoo!!! Hello and welcome to Spooky Season! This week, we're kicking it off with a giant, Godzilla-fighting moth, and then we've got a whole new batch of creatures of the night from around the world!
When a movie is successful, someone somewhere wants more…that's when we get a sequel…if that follow-up does well, then the sequel gets a sequel…and if that film has traction, well, then you reach the level of franchise… We've seen many movie franchises over the decades, Star Wars and Star Trek being among the most famous…but then we have all the Fast and the Furious films, Harry Potter, Rocky, Mission Impossible, Planet of the Apes, Toy Story, Lord of the Rings, and so on… And I haven't even mentioned the marvel cinematic universe, which has something like three dozen movies and the dc extended universe, which has almost 30… Studios and producers love movie franchises because they're reliable sources of revenue forever…fans will flock to any new release while they're still bingeing on all the older movies…and don't even get me started on things like merchandising… What's the oldest movie franchise?...that would probably be King Kong…the first Kong movie came out in 1933…the first Alice in Wonderland movie came out the same year… The Wizard of Oz fits our definition…there have been four films since 1939…that counts…Godzilla…first one was 1954…and then we finally get to James Bond… There have been 27 Bond films, starting with Dr. No in 1962…box office grosses are now around $14 billion U.S. dollars…that is just the movies… Then we have the music…there are few crossover points between music and film that are more prestigious than being tapped to do the theme for a James Bond movie… Every time a new chapter in the franchise is announced, tenders go out for someone to do the theme…and the competition is furious… Sounds like there's some interesting music history here—and there is… See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nine years after the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, cinema's most enduring symbol of the perils of nuclear proliferation first crawled out of Tokyo Bay. We discuss how the original GODZILLA (1954) channeled the mood of its time. PLUS: how the media talks about the congressional wrangling over the reconciliation bill.Michael and Us is a podcast about political cinema and our crumbling world hosted by Will Sloan and Luke Savage. To hear weekly bonus episodes, subscribe to the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/michaelandus/
In this episode of the Astrology Hub Podcast, Predictive Astrologer Anne Ortelee and Amanda ‘Pua' Walsh discuss the energies coming our way as described by the astrology. You'll learn... Why Anne chose the theme “Godzilla versus King Kong” for this week and what transits are inspiring this theme. About the Libra New Moon, and what planetary energies are contributing to this moon cycle. What Venus is bringing to the energy shifts this week, and how you can work with this intensity. ✨ Grab Your Personalized Astrology Reports Life has never been more full of surprises, challenges, and opportunities. Now you can purchase a personalized astrology report and receive guidance for your life's journey straight to your inbox.
Godswill's first boss in the anime industry, Justin Rojas, joins in on the podcast! Hear more about the one-day Dallas convention happening this Halloween 2021 weekend, Nishi Fest. And hear about the inner challenges of working in the anime industry, what makes a good kung-fu movie, why giant robots don't need hands, and so much more! Learn more about Nishi Fest here: http://nishifest.com/thatsdope Follow Justin Rojas here: https://twitter.com/JustRojas Music by KarpaBeats Special Guest: Justin Rojas.
It's October, and no Pumpkin Spice content! Instead we've got fun facts about one of the most iconic movie monsters ever, Godzilla! I think my Svengoolie friends will appreciate that! In addition, a study on kindness from British Columbia, and we'll take a nostalgic look back at the toys of the 1970s, including Nerf Balls, Pet Rocks, and more! If you'd like to support the podcast, please share it on your social media, rate it on your favorite podcast app, and, as always, you can buy me a cup of coffee at www.buymeacoffee.com/rickgarrett Thank you so much for listening!
Nine years after the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, cinema's most enduring symbol of the perils of nuclear proliferation first crawled out of Tokyo Bay. We discuss how the original GODZILLA (1954) channeled the mood of its time. PLUS: how the media talks about the congressional wrangling over the reconciliation bill.
It is rare for Godzilla movies outside of the Heisei era to have direct continuity. Most are considered stand alone adventures with little to no real reference to older movies. However the bad half of the Millennium Era gave us a 1-2 combo that is highly regarded. So with the 2nd Millennium MechaGodzilla movie, did they capture the same energy as the first one? Join us and Nana Pratt from Blerds R Us Podcast to find out!
Free Play Pinball Podcast Episode 7: Mr. Lord Helmet Joins The Show Hosts: Amanda Hamilton & Bill Webb Special Guest: Mike Hamilton Bill and Amanda talk Godzilla with special guest Mike Hamilton aka Lord Helmet. The group also talks connectivity, Pinball Expo, and the weather. website: thepinball.network
Connor and Anthony take a look at the devisive yet memorable Godzilla vs Hedorah... or Godzilla vs The Smog Monster depending on what version you watched. The guys discuss the many different things that influenced the movie, the different shots and artistic styles, and their overall impression. Connor didn't know what to think of some of the strange choices the filmmakers made. Anthony gets upset because he can't find a cheap Hedorah figure for his office. Thanks for listening!
The unknown: the eternal foundation of our irrational fears... What could be lurking under the bed, listening to our every move? What could be hiding within the confines of the bedroom closet, silently watching, waiting in the darkness? For decades Movie Monsters have sent chills creeping up our spines. In bygone years, Universal provided us the iconic imagery of Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, The Mummy, The Creature from the Black Lagoon. Then there are the truly larger-than-life cinematic monsters… King Kong stomping through the panicked gridlock of New York; Godzilla screaming and smashing through the high-rises of Tokyo. An oddity of the human condition: We are frightened by monsters and yet we love them in equal measure. And no matter your favorite, all are welcomed friends, as we sit in the dark, nibbling popcorn, peering out from behind the security of a blanket, eyes unavoidably drawn to the glowing screen. Time now to join Steve and Kevin as they discuss this week's topic, our hosts sitting amid the growing twilight on the banks of an eerily still lake… a slowly darkening setting in which hardly anything could possibly go wrong. If you would like to leave feedback, please email us at email@example.com or rate our episode on your favorite podcasting app!
DVE Rocks Children's Radiothon raised over $1 million for the first time ever - Coach Tomlin's postgame comments after loss to Bengals - Another round of Steelers Facebook comments - Bob thinks we need to lure the loose Aviary eagle with snacks - Ben talking about how offense practiced good is like Bob practicing to do a cartwheel - Florida woman arrested for hitting boyfriend with fan after he just wanted to cuddle - An unprecedented THIRD round of Steelers Facebook comments - What does Godzilla eat? - Could Mikey with feathers lure in Kodiak the escaped Aviary eagle?
***The Following Contains Explicit Language and Adult Content*** AJ OUM Episode 206 - The Tale of Godzilla vs King Kong What a day! So, with the exception of a few minutes on a follow up to the Plane Ride from hell stuff, we took a small pro wrestling break and AJ and Dave discussed some other interests. We talk some new movie trailers; a new video game (Back 4 Blood) is on the horizon and AJ gives Deceive Dave a unique explanation of the film: Godzilla vs King Kong. This was a very fun one, we had a blasty blast! As always, any comments, suggestions or conversation starters for the host to read on the show email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org All new Episodes of OUM on ajoum.podbean.com every Saturday at 9pm! Thank you to Mikey Ruckus for the dope new OUM Theme Song! Check him out over here: https://www.facebook.com/MikeyRukusMusic https://soundcloud.com/mikey-rukus You can follow me on here: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Wordpress & Youtube You can also catch the show on: ITunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Stitcher Radio, Google Play Music, Tune In Radio, Castbox.FM, Anchor.FM, Amazon Music, Pandora & Listen Notes! Want to support the show? Check out the Orsini's Uncensored Mind T Shirt!! www.prowrestlingtees.com/ajoum
Today we have a short clip from our episode about Gojira with our buddy Jamie Noguchi! You're gonna love it.We hope you listened to last week's episode about Promising Young Woman with Liana Kangas, we think it's one of our best yet! This Friday, Scary Movie Month starts with our episode all about Halloween! Be there or risk the wrath of Michael Meyers!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #58: Deep Trouble II. Along the way, they discuss the lack of frickin' mermaids; slime trails; the largely landlocked Gooseverse; birth metaphors; frilled sharks; wastebasket taxons; New England fashions; cannibalism; motorboat basements; the International Sea Life Patrol; too-big animals; Arachnophobia (1990); Anaconda (1997); Eight Legged Freaks (2002); Atoms for Peace and nuclear propaganda; A Fish Out of Water (1961), written by Helen Palmer and illustrated by P.D. Eastman; The Meg (2018); Godzilla (1954); disrupting the balance of nature; Empire of the Ants (1977); Piranha (1978); Deep Blue Sea (1999); LL Cool J's parrot; The Lost World (1997); The X-Files: Fight the Future (1998); Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues under the Sea (1872); scientists gone wild; Re-Animator (1985); Hollow Man (2000); human-fish transformations; X-Men (2000); Ponyo (2008); Clive Barker's The Thief of Always (1992); Plankton, or Creatures from the Abyss (1994); ocean survival horror; Open Water (2003); Steven Callahan's Adrift: 76 Days Lost at Sea (1986); Roald Dahl's “Dip in the Pool” (1952); Castaway (2000); Elián González; Johann David Wyss'sThe Swiss Family Robinson (1812); RL Stine's amoral universe; deserted island stories; Sweetheart (2019); the Creepshow animated short “Survivor Type” (2020); food supply horror; Soylent Green (1973); Snowpiercer (2013); Blade Runner 2049 (2017); monster blood, Go Eat Worms, King Jellyjam, & Blob connections; fish people evolution; 90s-era GMO debates; & Raj Patel's Stuffed & Starved (2008). // Music by Haunted Corpse // Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch at email@example.com
We are joined for a look behind the scenes of Hanna Barbera's Godzilla animated series with the show's writer/developer/story editor Duane Poole! For over 40 years, Duane has written for TV, film and theater and has worked with iconic properties including Scooby Doo, the Smurfs, Super-Friends, Love Boat, and our favorite King of the Monsters. We chat with him about his prolific career, Hanna Barbera in the 70s, adapting Godzilla for TV, the changes made to Godzilla for the show, Scooby Doo, his transitions from animation to live action TV to film, his love of the theater, and more! We even manage to dispel some common rumors along the way. Relax and join the conversation!
Tony and "Johanna" went to Retro Con this weekend and tried figure out if the Monsterverse Godzilla has a penis or not. Please excuse Johanna's voice. She was sick earlier in the week and is still recovering.
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla is like the high school science crash course of Godzilla movies. It's got magnets, apemen, robots, and weird pipes that short out circuits when they're taken apart. That's a suitable weird intro for this weird episode of the Godzillavangelists podcast. Joanna, Sam, Ryan (with bad audio, sorry), and frequent guest Matthew Charles cruise on over to this colorful mid-70s feature with plenty of spirit- but will they like it? Next episode, it's the end of the Showa series for now. There, there, don't cry. We'll be talking about Terror of Mechagodzilla! Godzillavangelists is a satirical, critical work not affiliated or endorsed by Toho, Legendary Pictures, or anyone behind the Godzilla series. Visit our website at Godzillavangelists.com! We're also on Twitter @Godzillacast, and Instagram @Godzillavangelists! And we have a Godzillavangelists Facebook page too!
In this episode of Castle Talk, Tony Salvaggio chats with Co-writer/director Eric McEver (directorial debut), Quinn Lord (Netflix's “Firefly Lane,” Trick ‘r Treat), Ronak Gandhi (You are Here, Age of Summer) and Christina Higa (Am I OK?) of the new film Ike Boys.This from-the-heart love letter to Anime, Tokusatsu, and being uncool in high school while trying to prevent an apocalypse, debuts at Fantastic Fest on Sunday, September 26th. In addition to hitting home for anyone who grew up liking things that weren't cool at the time, Ike Boys also has a lot to say about cultural expectations and assumptions, and the shared bond we can feel through the love of pop culture (and a possible tie to the original 1954 Godzilla film is revealed.) Joins us as we talk about all of these things as well as the awesome ending track by actress/composer Christina Higa.
This week we break down the episode “Turtles of the Jungle”. We get into Jason being the pizza fairy and the TMNT version of Godzilla vs Kong. Anna also reveals what kind of emotional support animal she would like This week's news items: April playable […]
This week we break down the episode “Turtles of the Jungle”. We get into Jason being the pizza fairy and the TMNT version of Godzilla vs Kong. Anna also reveals what kind of emotional support animal she would like This week’s news items: April playable […]
Declan and Preston travel to the future to defeat the Robot Godzilla and Lava Monster!Written by AlexCheck out our merch store where you can get some really cool STFK merch like T-shirts, mugs and stickers! 15 percent off Code: m7e4h9Merch Store: https://www.teepublic.com/user/short-stories-for-kidsYou can follow us on Instagram and if you draw a picture of your favourite story and tag us. We will post it up on our feed!If you would like the chance to be featured in a story, send your ideas on an Apple Review!
Just Another Pinball Podcast Episode 32: Oklahoma Math With Travis Murie Host: Joel Engelberth Special Guest: Travis Murie On this episode we dive deep into our thoughts on Stern's new pricing, the Godzilla stream, and Insider Connected. Enjoy! website: thepinball.network
Come with us listeners, back to the mist-shrouded 1980s, when hair was big and the Walkman was king, and sword and sorcery films were abundant. Why were there so many sword and sorcery films in that decade? Perhaps it was the lucky convergence of a number of things: the rise in popularity of Dungeons and Dragons, the prevalence of fantasy art such as the Hildebrandt Brothers, Boris Vallejo, and of course, Frazetta, the Marvel Conan comics, and other factors. While there were a number of terrible movies produced in the genre during this period, there were also some excellent or at least entertaining ones. Your crew will be discussing six of their favorites.Excalibur (1981) is a John Boorman film, and it looks absolutely beautiful. A retelling of the Arthurian legend, it has a dreamlike feeling, in an England that is moving from a magical realm to one ruled by Christianity. Highlights include Nichol Williamson as a very otherworldly Merlin, and a fantastic soundtrack that features classical music including Wagner. It is well worth seeing if you haven't!Highlander (1986) is something that started as a good idea, but suffered in the execution. Immortals scattered across the globe must battle until there is only one left -"There can be only one." When an immortal kills another immortal they gain the energies of that person and all the people they have killed. It had nice production design and an interesting cast that included Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery, and Clancy Brown, but the story is lacking in parts. Still, it has its high points.Krull (1983) is an odd mix of science fiction and fantasy, with a Prince on a quest to save a Princess from an invading alien known as The Beast. He gathers a rag tag band of thugs, sorcerers and even a cyclops to help him on his rescue mission. He also acquires a magical weapon called the Glaive, which is essentially a large throwing star that always returns to his hand. Clearly influenced by Star Wars as well as fantasy films, Krull is definitely cheesy, but fun.Dragonslayer (1981) has what is still one of the best-looking dragons in all of cinema history, Vermithrax Pejorative. The film follows a young sorcerer's apprentice who tries to rid a village of a terrible dragon. This was a Disney production and featured work by ILM and Phil Tippett. The dragon was animated with Tippett's Go Motions process, and full-size pieces were also used (and a World War II flamethrower was used for the dragon's breath!). This is a cool and unique film well worth seeing.Conan the Barbarian (1982) is probably the premiere sword and sorcery film of the 80s. Nothing quite says sword and sorcery like Conan. Directed by John Milius and with a story from Oliver Stone, this film has a very hard, almost nihilistic edge. Conan sees his parents and village slaughtered in front of him as a child, is chained to the "wheel of pain" from adolescence into young adulthood, forced to become a gladiator, and freed to find his own way, in which he seeks revenge. It's hard to imagine anyone other than Arnold Schwarzenegger playing the Cimmerian. He was perfect for the role. The film also has terrific production values. It just looks like a fully realized world. The battles are exciting and most of the time it actually is Arnold in those scenes -they couldn't find a stunt man to double for him! If you haven't seen it, or it's been a while, check this out.Conan the Destroyer (1984) was the follow up to the first film and unlike the first film, this one was PG. It's obvious they wanted to reach a younger audience, but Conan loses some grit because of this. The production design also suffers some in this film. Still, there's much to enjoy, as this is a more straight-forward adventure where Conan builds a band of adventurers to obtain a magical item for a queen who offers to bring back his lost love, Valeria. Go into this one with reduced expectations and you'll probably get a kick out of it.We know there are many other sword and sorcery films from the 80s and we have certainly left out one of your favorites. Feel free to let us know what movie you would include on your list of favorites.For our Sensor Sweep, we have a completely unrelated item that Engineer Bob is excited about: the Godzilla pinball machine! Stern Pinball has partnered with Toho International to produce a line of Godzilla pinball machines. Godzilla and his kaiju allies fight off invading monsters like Ghidorah, Gigan, and Megalon. Players can also interact with the machine using a QR code reader. There will be three versions -pro, premium, and limited edition - and they will range from $6,899 to $10,499. So if you got the dough -check out this link: https://sternpinball.com/game/godzilla/That's all this time. Send your missives to us at our various locales: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastA dream to some, a nightmare to others!
Matt (@TheRealMattC) and Jacob (@Jacob_deNobel) finish off their Big-G coverage with the fourth and final episode of their Godzilla series. Listen to their takes on the much-maligned 'Zilla from Roland Emmerich's film, hear them try and determine which of the Legendary series best captures the Big Boy, and thrill as Matt argues that Shin Godzilla is the best Pokemon movie of all time. Godzilla is here to stay, and Monsters Never Die never will! And don't forget, Monsters Never Die is brought to you by SuperYaki! Enter the code SUPERMONSTER for 10% off your order.
BANG! @southernvangard #radio Ep304! Giddy up Vangardians, Doe and Meeks are back after an unexpected absence last week. Dropping twice this week per the usual, our Tues mix features heaps of brand new hip-hop, including a WORLD EXCLUSIVE set from our Thurs interview guests this week - EL DA SENSEI & JAKE PALUMBO! They have a brand new album that drops this Friday, and you'll get to hear all about it on Thurs. Don't fret, you can hear snippets of the interview at the end of the mix. We also nabbed Toronto rhymesmith LORD JUCO for a mid-mix interview to talk about his new album “RAISED RIGHT”, which is out everywhere now! East Coast, West Coast, WORLDWIDE it's that #SmithsonianGrade #TwiceAWeek #WeAreTheGard // southernvangard.com // @southernvangard on #applepodcasts #stitcherradio #soundcloud #mixcloud #youtube // #hiphop #rap #undergroundhiphop #boombap #DJ #mixshow #interview #podcast #ATL #WORLDWIDE #RIPCOMBATJACK Recorded live September 5, 2021 @ Dirty Blanket Studios, Marietta, GA southernvangard.com @southernvangard on #applepodcasts #soundcloud #youtube #spotifypodcast #googlepodcasts #stitcherradio #mixcloud #SmithsonianGrade #TwiceAWeek #WeAreTheGard twitter/IG: @southernvangard @jondoeatl @cappuccinomeeks Talk Break Inst. - "Fire in the Sky" - Madwreck "Bring It In Loud" - El Da Sensei + Jake Palumbo ft. John Robinson "Head Buss Special" - El Da Sensei + Jake Palumbo ft. Ruste Juxx & Skam2? ** WORLD EXCLUSIVE ** "Graffiti The World" - El Da Sensei + Jake Palumbo ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq ** WORLD EXCLUSIVE ** "Wide Open" - Shyste "Electric B-Boy" - Cymarshall Law Talk Break Inst. - "Let's Get Rich" - Madwreck "Block Is Always Hot" - The Hidden Character aka ??? x Swae Mello "Godzilla" - Leanah Cane (prod. Blck Snre X Leanah Cane) "Godly Men" - Recognize Ali ft. Vinnie Paz & Ill Bill "Wedding Bands" - Rasheed Chappell x 38 Spesh ft. DJ Eclipse "Operation Jet-Black" - Planet Asia & Phil A "Holdn On" - Heaven Razah X Chosen1 Beats ** WORLD EXCLUSIVE ** "Deep Breath" - Guilty Simpson & Gensu Dean ft. Marvwon & Black Milk Talk Break Inst. - "Sunset Park" - Madwreck ** MID-MIX INTERVIEW - LORD JUCO ** Mid-Mix Interview Inst. - "Dangerous Minds" / "Say Yeah" - Madwreck "Lookbooks" - Lord Juco (prod. The Standouts, cuts DJ Jon Doe) "Uber is Isis" - Lord Juco (prod. Blckwndr) "Briscola" - Lord Juco (prod. MarvWon) "Touchdown" - NapsNDreds (prod. Nottz) "Dope Money" - OT The Real & Nickel Plated ft. Flee Lord "Flying Guillotine" - Blizzard ft. Ty Farris & J Classic "100K Lbs" - Mundae Boons ft. Apostle "Broken Easel" - J. Arrr "So Long" - Snotty (prod. Bishop) Talk Break Inst. - "Wreckognize" - Madwreck ** INTERVIEW SNIPPETS - EL DA SENSEI & JAKE PALUMBO ** FULL DROPS THURS 9/23 ** For all things Southern Vangard: https://linktr.ee/southernvangard
A little-known fact is that this year's Godzilla vs Kong released in Japan a good 3 months later than in the rest of the world, not hitting cinemas until July 2. While it may be old news to some, it's still fairly recent for those of us in the birthplace of the world's largest radioactive reptile, so we thought we'd grab the mics and have a chat about it.But then, Macross happened... and we FINALLY have a release date for Macross Delta Zettai Live!!!!!!Tune in and check out our reactions to all the news in real-time, in the latest episode of the SpeakerPODcast! The net has been abuzz about a certain teaser cameo... Who are the mysterious Yami_Q_ray? Episode 145 Timestamps00:02:10: Zettai Live & Labyrinth of Time teasers and release date!00:52:10: Godzilla vs Kong! The movie we should have gotten!
The Sky Falls! On this animated episode (figuratively speaking) of Earth Destruction Directive, we are taking a look at the second animated Godzilla film, City On The Edge of Battle! Godzilla Earth rules the planet completely — but a small band of survivors has a plan. And a city full [...]
Pinball: The guys spend most of the pinball segment covering Godzilla, Stern Pinball's latest release. They also spend a bit of time critiquing the screen animations on Spooky Pinball's Halloween at the present time. Video Games: Discussion covers the Jagged Alliance 3 announcement, a delay on Battlefield 2042, Blizzard having yet another lawsuit filed against them, and No Man's Sky achieving positive review status. Episode Links: Stern Pinball's Facebook announcement of Godzilla: https://www.facebook.com/sternpinball/posts/10159750464174244 Halloween gameplay from animation director: https://youtu.be/Ecp5RzeFpP4 Show Links: Website: http://eclecticgamers.com EGP T-shirts: https://teespring.com/stores/eclectic-gamers-podcast iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eclectic-gamers-podcast/id1088802706?mt=2 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-465086826 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=86805 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eclecticgamerspodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Eclectic_gamers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/eclectic_gamers YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC40Frd1Fep4u5bjrw3cvwoQ Discord: https://discord.gg/sgnrsBT Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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