This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt take a trip to experience THE exclusive menu provided by ‘The Menu'. Ralph Fiennes is a chef with a secret. Anya Taylor-Joy is one of the customers who may be on to the shenanigans. And everyone else may just be horrible. The Shudder brings back the found footage anthology series for another spin. So fire up those VCR's, it's ‘V/H/S/99'. Is it time to retire the series and move on to DVD01? Or is there still some fire in the old series left? There's the heartwarming rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming & Straight to DVD Picks of the Week! Then Matt and somebody close out the show with their suggestions for the movie lover in your life (or just you). It's the 2022 Holiday Gift Guide!00:00-13:59: Intro/The Menu14:00-26:16: Physical Media Picks26:17-42:57: V/H/S/9942:58-1:00:07: 2022 Holiday Gift Guide1:00:08-1:01:53: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
Mikey, Bob and special guest Mike are celebrating Thanksgiving with a commentary track for a classic Thanksgiving film, Son in Law! If you'd like to drink along with us here are the rules: 1. Take a shot when Crawl says something poignant or enlightening. 2. Drink when you see absurd 90's fashion. 3. Drink when Crawl uses ridiculous slang. 4. Drink when Crawl says "buuuuuuuuudy." 5. Drink when Walter can't remember Crawl's name.
The sassy salesman are BACK with another behemoth episode breaking down all EIGHT releases (16 discs total) on the 2022 Black Friday slate. Join David and Andrew as they're joined by Severin production manager and Los Angeles Director of the Miskatonic Insistute of Horror Studies, Amy Searles! Join us as we talk through everything disc-by-disc! Amazing films from all over the globe coming to the states for the first time, including the directorial debut from Álex De La Iglesia (Perdita Durango/30 Coins) and the final film from Italian horror icon Mario Bava (Black Sunday/Blood and Black Lace) PLUS: David tells us his 15+ year journey that lead to us making the US disc release debut of FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET on 4K UHD!
Hello creatures of the night, welcome back to Gem Mint Horror. Your favorite late night radio show, I am your host Joel here to keep you insomniacs company while fighting off sleep. Now if this is your first time tuning into the show well here on Gem Mint Horror we talk about lesser known horror films in order to find you guys a new favorite horror movie. We don't talk about big budget horror films or new releases on regular episodes. I usually aim for films that are lesser known or deserve a second chance because all films deserve that respect. Tonights episode is on one of my favorite zombie films that I believe needs more viewers and that film is Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher's La Horde or in the states The Horde. The Horde is a foreign zombie film that is done well with gory and fear in the hot seat of this film. The actors in the film are what sell it and so is the location for this film, it is set in a high rise apartment build on the other side of the tracks so it is isolated and only one way out and is down. The Horde is about An end of the world battle between gangsters, cops and zombies. This film can only be watched on Plex for free with ads or rented in the states, trust me this film is worth your time and money and I would love to hear what you guys thought of this film. Let me know what you guys thought of this film, the show, other horror entertainment and more on the socials below ! See you insomniacs next Friday !Follow Me:Instagram: @gem_mint_horror, https://www.instagram.com/gem_mint_horror/ Twitter: @GemHorror7, https://twitter.com/GemHorror7 Facebook Group: Gem Mint Horror, https://www.facebook.com/GemMintHorror Discord: https://discord.gg/dQ6vVkka5aAffilate Links: Buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1808990Epidemic Sound: https://share.epidemicsound.com/4phlw4
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This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt revisit the scientifically magical world of Wakanda with ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'! T'Challa has passed and to make things worse, Namor arrives in the MCU with his roguish charm and ankle wings to cause problems for our heroes. Then it's on to the Roku Channel original, ‘Weird: The Al Yankovic Story'. It's a week of film with colons. Will the artist responsible for such luminary classics as Eat It and Dare To Be Stupid deliver a biopic that even Matt can enjoy? There's the scrumptious rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. The show closes with Matt and Chris having to make a few more tough calls with ‘Call It', featuring John Carpenter, Clint Eastwood and more!00:00-21:35: Intro/Black Panther: Wakanda Forever21:36-31:40: Physical Media Releases31:41-40:29: Weird: The Al Yankovic Story40:30-56:10: Call It!56:11-57:56: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi and Thrasher, and Alex Miller discuss the so-called death of physical media. Having gotten hooked on home video since the VHS days, our hosts take viewers on a history of the format while debating what we are losing as so many more titles become only available on streaming services. Audio commentaries, documentaries, and blooper reels are rarely seen on streaming services, and many are pulled altogether. Everything old is new again, so perhaps DVDs will have a retro renaissance not unlike vinyl has in the music world. A person can dream. Is convenience to watch more than is possible in your lifetime at your fingertips worth the loss of film education, clever animated menus, and having a physical shelves of a home video library to show off to disinterested friends? Only the future can answer that! Sequelcast 2 and Friends is part of the HyperX Podcast Network. Follow the show on Twitter @Sequelcast2 Listen to Marc with a C's music podcast Discography Buy Mat's books (How to Buy a PlayStation 5 [Results not Guaranteed], Podcast You Nerd!) Buy Thrasher's tabletop RPG supplements from DriveThruRPG Watch Alex Miller's YouTube series The Trailer Project Holiday Weasel Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt book a trip to a lovely little island off the coast of Ireland (part of a much bigger island) to catch up with the reunion of writer/director Martin McDonagh, Colin Farrell, and Brendan Gleeson before they stop talking to each other forever with ‘The Banshees Of Inisherin'. Then it's off to South Korea to help solve the mystery of an accident, that may be a murder, with a dusting of love thrown in. It's Park Chan-Wook's latest, ‘Decision to Leave'. There's the scintillating run down of the big upcoming releases on Physical Media, featuring the Straight to DVD and Streaming Picks of the Week! Then Matt and Chris wrap up the show with another entry of the betting game with no follow through, ‘What Are The Odds?!?'. Let's all try and stay friends, and possibly murderous lovers, after this one, okay?00:00-12:5 1: Intro/ The Banshees Of Inisherin12:52-26:03: Physical Media Picks26:04-38:47: Decision To Leave38:48-58:39: What Are The Odds?!?58:40-59:49: Wrap Up Theme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt book a cruise with the rich and decadent to visit the scenic ‘Triangle Of Sadness'! Filled with a Russian oligarchs, Weapons Manufacturers, and possibly the worst of all, Social Media Influencers, is this trip with the 2 & half hour experience? Then as a treat, it's ‘Werewolf By Night'! Disney+'s Halloween special is a throwback to the classic Universal monster movies! But is it more a trick? The Werewolf Marathon wraps with Joe Dante's 80's cult classic ‘The Howling'. Dee Wallace goes on a retreat after experiencing some severe workplace trauma, to find it hides a terrible secret. There's the scintillating review of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Finally, Matt and Chris close out the show with the Werewolf Marathon Awards!00:00-13:08: Intro/Triangle Of Sadness13:09-22:19: Werewolf By Night22:20-36:13: Physical Media Picks36:14-46:52: The Howling46:53-55:19: Werewolf Marathon Awards55:20-58:31: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
Welcome to The Testing Room where three of the gaming industry's best consultants (to never consult on a game) bring fun new topics each week to talk, debate, and/or laugh about. This week we talk about all the games we've played and shows/movies we watched. Then we ask a serious question, will physical media die? Some of us on the podcast love our older media but the true question is what will happen to newer games? Listen in and let us know your own opinion. Don't forget to send comments and questions to email@example.com.
On this weeks show Steve is solo and he is talking about his favorite subject.. Physical Media! Join as Steve gives his suggestions on which VHS Tapes and DVDs/Blu Rays you need in your Wrestling Collection!
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt shout “Shazam!” and The Rock's passion project ‘Black Adam' appears in a burst of lightning, ready for our review. Is it the course correction the DCEU has been waiting for? Then the guys make one last trip to the Quik Stop with ‘Clerks III'. Kevin Smith revisits the much beloved convenience store in Red Bank, NJ. But can you really go home again, again? The Werewolf Marathon continues with the barely relevant, ‘Wolfen', featuring Albert Finney facing off against urban blight, gentrification, and some really ticked off not-quite werewolves. There's the bone-chilling breakdown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight-To-DVD picks of the week. Then Matt and Chris wrap up the show with their 5 Favorite View Askew Universe Characters. Happy Halloween and…'SHAZAM'!00:00-21:54: Intro/Black Adam/DCEU21:55-36:38: Clerks III36:39-55:21: Physical Media Picks55:22-1:06:08: Wolfen1:06:09-1:18:23: 5 Favorite View Askew Universe Characters1:18:24-1:19:28: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
The bois discuss Ringu, The Ring, Casino, Silence of the Lambs, Take Out, Tar, Physical Media vs Streaming, and more!Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, Discord access, and more: https://www.patreon.com/therearetoomanymoviesMerch:https://www.toomanymovies.com/shop(TIMECODES)Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/therearetoomanymovies/TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@therearetoomanymoviesListen on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/7lwOlPvIGdlmr6XjnLIAkG?si=4e3d882515824466Subscribe on iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/there-are-too-many-movies/id1455789421Twitch:https://www.twitch.tv/therearetoomanymoviesTwitter:http://www.twitter.com/tatmmpod00:00 - Cold Open02:28 - Intro07:24 - The Paper09:26 - The Mask of Zorro13:07 - Casino16:47 - The Silence of the Lambs20:25 - Oscars24:13 - Smiling Friends25:26 - Great British Bake Off28:11 - Take Out29:38 - Physical Media vs Streaming37:08 - Zoa40:40 - The Ring46:28 - Tar48:59 - Ringu01:18:46 - Is It Cinema?01:21:12 - DMT (Dumb Movie Title)01:22:40 - Guess The Budget01:24:38 - Outro
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt head back to Haddonfield one more time, for now, as the David Gordon Green and Danny McBride helmed Halloween rest comes to an end with, ‘Halloween Ends'. Is Jamie Lee Curtis' second run at franchise resetting sequel the best one yet? Then it's on to the film Matt has been chomping at the bit to discuss for weeks! Andrew Dominik's ‘Blonde', featuring Ana De Armas as the Marilyn Monroe. It's Netflix's first NC-17 film, could it herald the beginning of a re-examination of the rating and its stigma? But things don't end there! The Werewolf Marathon continues with ‘The Company Of Wolves', a Grimm's Fairy Tale come to life ala Hammer Studios. But was the 80's too late to release it? There's the venerable rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Matt and Chris then close out the show by sharing their 5 Favorite Halloween Candies! What are you hoping to score this season?00:00-18:50: Intro/Haloween Ends 18:50-33:50: Blonde33:51-43:20: Physical Media Picks43:21-55:44: The Company of Wolves55:45-1:09:24: 5 Favorite Halloween Candies 1:09:25-1:11:45: Wrap-UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
On the last episode of the "Road Trip" series, the fellas talk about physical media while they drive back from Orbit DVD! Sponsored By @southland_dungeon www.southlandbooksandcafe.com @nightofthenerdylaser on INSTAGRAM @notnlpod on the Twitter machine Email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org Hosts: Richard, Matt, & Jeff www.frankencontn.com @frankencontn on Instagram, Twitter, & Facebook
Mikey and Bob are back with another commentary track! Listen as we steam roll yet another favorite (or not so favorite) slasher movie! Here are the rules if you want to drink along: 1. Take a shot when someone dies. 2. Drink when someone says "evil dies tonight!" 3. Drink when there is a flashback. 4. Drink when someone talks about the past. 5. Drink when the Johns kick ass. 6. Drink when someone says "Halloween." 7. Drink when someone says "Haddonfield." 8. Drink when someone says "Michael." Sobriety dies tonight!
This week, I was so pleased to welcome back a very dear friend to the podcast. A senior film critic who writes the most soulful, insightful, and humanistic pieces at FilmFreakCentral.net, Walter Chaw's bylines have also appeared in LA Weekly, The New York Times, New York Post, The Washington Post, Criterion, New York Magazine, and more. Additionally, the author of a book about the film MIRACLE MILE, Walter's in-depth critical study of Walter Hill is scheduled to be published by Matt Zoller Seitz's MZS Press before the end of the year.After serving up an extended behind-the-scenes look at his book on Hill and the discoveries that he made writing it along the way, we spend the rest of this fast-paced roughly hour-long episode dissecting and celebrating the SCREAM franchise, which was launched by director Wes Craven and screenwriter Kevin Williamson in 1996. Releasing it early this week to coincide with the brand new 4K edition of SCREAM 2, it's the perfect listen to get you in the mood for Halloween. (And don't miss last year's episodes on Horror Remakes with Scott Weinberg, Sex, Gender, & Final Girls of Horror with Elizabeth Cantwell, and/or my conversation about the first SCREAM film on the first Adventures in Physical Media episode from Season 2 with Kate Gabrielle.)Logo: Kate Gabrielle at KateGabrielle.comTheme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music ArchiveOriginally Posted on Patreon (10/10/22) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/73124925
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt decide to deal with our personal trauma head on, via confronting an evil entity that represents said trauma. It's been the chic thing to do in horror the past few years, but can it be too on the nose, or down the mouth if you will. It's ‘Smile''. Then our Halloween Werewolves Movie Marathon begins with the OG Universal classic, 1941's ‘The Wolf Man'. Lon Chaney Jr. is the titular Wolfman, named Larry. Not something cool like Sirius or Dixon. Fenris? Nope it's Larry the sexual predator Wolfman. How does the old boy hold up after all these years? There's the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Then Matt and Chris close out the show by sharing some Horror Picks for you to stream this haunted season.00:00-12:09: Intro/Smile12:10-31:34: Physical Media Picks/Darkplace31:35-43:35: The Wolfman (1941)43:36-1:03:56: 5 Streaming Horror Picks1:03:57-1:08:46: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, it is time to prep for All Hallows' Eve as we take to our own respective graveyards and dig up obscure Halloween movies. Trick r Treat has taken off in recent years, and there are many little unspoken gems like this one to get us all hyped up for the best movie season of the year for horror fans! Take a listen, and rest assured to walk away with at least a few new Halloween gems to watch this season of the witch. Also this week, we discuss physical vs. digital media as it once again joins the conversation, digital rights being sold off of our favorite actors, Deadpool 3, and reviews of Smile and Netflix's Blonde. All of this and much more on the latest episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast. Discussed on this episode (0:00 – 22:08) Opening | Movie and TV News: Physical vs Digital Media, Digital Rights, Deadpool 3 (22:09 – 44:18) Reviews: Smile, Blonde (44:19 – 1:30:37) From the Outside In: Obscure Halloween Movies Please support The Hollywood Outsider and gain immediate access to bonus content, including Patreon exclusive podcast content like our Bad Movie Night by visiting Patreon.com/ TheHollywoodOutsider Be sure to join our Facebook Group
Here in Episode 85 of the No Name Music Cast, it is Joy's turn to pick the topic and she chooses talk about music which are best sellers on physical media.We talk about Cassette Tapes, MiniDisc, Records and CD's as well as other less known formats.We also talk about Bing Crosby, Mungo Jerry and of course Dolly Parton!We also give local restaurant tips, talk about a Grease Megamix story and we also discuss the humble Furby!Joy, in addition, has an injury live on air!Thanks for listening, and don't forget to 'Like' our page on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/NoNameMusicCast/And Follow us on Twitter!https://twitter.com/NoNameMusicCast
Bob and Mikey are back with another spooky commentary! We are talking over yet another one of your favorite slasher movies and we encourage you to do the same! We implemented another drinking game and here are the rules: 1. Take a shot when someone dies. 2. Drink when Art uses a new weapon. 3. Drink when Art smiles. 4. Drink when someone says "clown."
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt publicly serve Olivia Wilde with another review of her latest, ‘Don't Worry Darling'. Is it as bad as critics make out to be or is Harry Styles so miscast that not even Florence Pugh and Chris Pine can save it? Then, we'll open the 80's nostalgia time capsule and pull out a sequel I don't think anyone was asking for with ‘Confess, Fletch'. This one replaces Chevy Chase with Jon Hamm though so it can go nowhere but up, right? Right? As always, we'll run down the upcoming major releases on physical media, our Straight to DVD and Streaming Picks of the Week. Matt and Chris then finalize the latest notch on their podcast bed frame with our Top 5 Alternate Reality/Parallel Universes films. I realize now that even saying that may be a spoiler for one of the films. Oops! Anyway...let's take a listen to Don't Worry Darling while I fire another intern.00:00-11:36: Intro/Don't Worry Darling11:37-29:12: Physical Media & Darkplace29:13-42:36: Confess, Fletch42:37-57:02: 5 Favorite Alternate Realities57:03-1:00:02: Wrap Up Theme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
In this special episode Carter and Jonathan discuss the importance of DVDs and Blu-Rays in a world that is becoming more and more dominated by streaming services. They talk about where they buy their physical media, the benefits of having your favorite movies on hand and then finish up with a few movies that are unavailable on streaming services but still have life via physical media.
Not a big news day, but still some gems, Thomas reveals a return of a different Constantine, Black Panther gets a cheesy tie-in, James Earl Jones retires from voicing evil and we remember Actress Louise Fletcher, all that and more on this episode of Multiverse Tonight from the Multiverse Tonight Studio!Support the show
A refreshing take on the whodunnit genre for the new generation, BODIES BODIES BODIES (2022). We also give our quick thoughts on Barbarian and See How They Run as well the week's biggest film & tv news headlines.This week's foundations:SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)Natural HighTime Stamps:News: 0:47 - 16:32"What did I just watch?" Week: 16:35 - 20:53Let's Get Physical. Physical Media: 20:57 - 24:02(Not so) 60 Second Review: 24:06 - 29:09As Seen On A Saturday Night: 29:15 - 55:39
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt venture back to war time, World War I to be specific, and check in on everyone's favorite super horny geriatric maniac in her young, formative years. Ti West and Mia Goth return with ‘Pearl'! Can a prequel possibly improve upon, or rescue, ‘X'? Then Matt throws Chris a bone as they discuss the David Bowie Super Documentary, ‘Moonage Daydream'. Bowie being Chris' favorite musician, he tends to run super-critical of works associated with The Thin White Duke. How does this “documentary” turn out. And why is Chris using “Quotes”? There's the life-affirming rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week! Then Matt and Chris close out the show by sharing their 5 Favorite Albums. How many Bowie albums will be on Chris' list? Will The Return Of Bruno show up? Will Foreigner Make Matt's list? Why does Matt hate Foreigner? And by extension, why does Matt hate Chris? 00:00-13:00: Intro/Pearl13:01-29:20: Physical Media Picks/Darkplace29:21-42:53: Moonage Daydream42:54-1:17:21: Top 5 Favorite Albums [Currently]1:17:22-1:18:20: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-BeyScalzo's Frank Black & The Catholics Mix
Check out the video of this episode on our brand new YouTube channel!! Just hit the link below and enjoy!! https://youtu.be/FrXfMTZDXzc This week, Ryland and Charlie got together to talk about the new Mind bending Adventure Drama EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE directed by Daniels and starring Michelle Yeoh. They talk about the narrative, the players, and the meaning of this multifaceted film. On top of that, they also talk about up to date rumors on the 5th chapter of the Indiana Jones Saga. Ever since the trailer dropped at D23 earlier. This is a short episode. We had other segments recorded like Bracket Talk, Top Contributors, and planting our flag as Physical Media proponents. But the audio on that was compromised through the recording. It was planned to be a longer show, but sadly. that content is lost forever )-: Until Next Time!! If you are a listener of the podcast and aren't a member of Tha Reel Sh!t Facebook Group, no worries! Just hit the link below and join in! https://www.facebook.com/groups/397783900310183 And be sure to check out the TRS Discord Server @ThaReelShit where the convo continues! Podcast, Bracket, Live Shows, Group and much more! https://discord.gg/Fq44ThYu
This week on the First Run, Chris and Matt discuss the latest indie horror darling, ‘Barbarian'. Is it a Gen Z, ultra-meta Air BnB critique that's too clever for its own good? Or is it a surprisingly effective gem? Your favorite internet uncles will fill you in. Then it's on to the latest entry in the Tom Hanks does a bad accent canon, the “live-action” Pinocchio. As always, we'll run down the upcoming releases on Physical Media, featuring the Straight to DVD and Streaming Picks of the Week. Matt and Chris then wrap up the show by sharing their Top 5 Disney (not Pixar) Characters. It's gonna' be a humdinger folks. So book those reservations, make sure your flashlight has fresh batteries, and hope for the best!00:00-13:21: Intro/Barbarian13:22-28:45: Physical Media & Darkplace28:46-38:36: Pinocchio (Zemeckis)38:37-51:38: 5 Favorite Disney Characters51:39-53:44: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt share with you a kindness with their discussion of Adamma Ebo's ‘Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul'. The dark satire about a mega-church's fall from grace and attempted comeback featuring Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown. Redemption is guaranteed, right? Then Rebecca Hall and Tim Roth star in a riveting thriller, ‘Resurrection'. A film that takes a turn that may or may not work. Hall has been on quite a streak, does it continue? There's the transcendent rundown of the big releases on physical media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Matt and Chris then close the show with another round of everyone's favorite fill in the blank game, ‘TFR Libs'! Featuring Indiana Jones, Hellraiser, and more!00:00-14:52 Intro/Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul14:53-28:18 Physical Media, Weekly Picks and Darkplace!28:19-40:50 Resurrection40:51-1:02 TFR Libs1:02-1:04 Wrap-UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
Kat Ellinger is an absolute behemoth in modern film analysis. She has contributed to an incredible amount of physical media releases over the last decade including Daughters of Darkness, Flesh for Frankenstein, Terror, Jeremy, Whore, The Killer of Dolls, Queens of Evil, and MANY more. She is at the absolute pinnacle of audio commentaries and visual essays but has now taken this to the next step by writing/directing/editing/and pouring her entire personality into the new documentary: Orchestrator of Storms: The Fantastique World of Jean Rollin. - I was able to view the documentary early and discuss it with Kat before diving into the world of physical media, followed by a humanizing conversation on imposter syndrome. Please give it a listen and follow Kat at all of the links below! - Kat Ellinger on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kat_diabolique Kat's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/confessionsofacineslut Kat's book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3TY3oLQ - - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://disc-connected.creator-spring.com/ - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Music is by Michael J. LeRose- email@example.com. Outro is K(NO)W by Crusoe via a Creative Commons Attribution License and verbal/written permission from the artist. - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.
Owning things, collecting the DVDs, CDs, books, vinyl, etc for yourself has lost its value in the rise of streaming. And that's bad for the creators and the audience. What are you going to do your music gets pulled off Spotify? Or, say, the company decides to delete an entire movie--finished and everything!--with no warning to any of the cast and crew. There's value in owning things you enjoy, and we need to bring it back.Follow the podcast on Twitter @EMFangirls, send us emails to firstname.lastname@example.org, and our website is earthsmightiestfangirls.com. We're on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher so please subscribe and leave ratings and reviews! You can follow Sabrina on Twitter @TheSabrinaPet and Lily @Lily_Rugo. (And be sure to follow Sabrina on TikTok @somefangirl)
Season 6 of THE HYPER SPACE continues as we take a look at our ongoing fascination with movies on a shiny silver disc. Laser discs, DVDs, blu-rays, and 4k's! When your wifi goes down, those 18 streaming services you subscribe to will be useless! Join us on our journey through our history of physical media collecting, and why we think it's still the best option out there for people who truly enjoy the movie-going experience at home!
The (New) Joy of Gaming Podcast - Episode Three The Top 10 2D Platformers of All-Time On this mega-sized episode of the (New) Joy of Gaming Podcast, we celebrate one of the most classic and enjoyable video game genres - 2D Platformers - by constructing our definitive “The Joy of Gaming Top 10” list. We also discuss the recent Embracer Group acquisitions and Gamescom 2022 announcements in our gaming news segment, cover the latest releases in the worlds of Physical Media, Game Pass and PS Plus, and talk about the games we've been playing recently - including Cult of the Lamb, Live A Live and more. Run of Show: 00:06 - Introduction 05:13 - Recent Gaming News Release Date Roundup PlayStation 5 Price Increase Sega Genesis Mini 2 Games List Revealed Alone in the Dark Reboot Announced First Gameplay Look at XIII Re-Remaster Revealed Crash Bandicoot Developer Seemingly Teases New Game Resident Evil 7 Was Almost a Live Service Game Embracer Group Buys Up Everything, including LOTR IP Troubled Star Wars Video Game Remake Shifts to New Studio Gamescom 2022 Announcements 1:30:36 - Brandon Presents: #ForeverPhysical 1:45:05 - Rich's Digital Picks 2:00:08 - What We've Been Playing Deathloop (Revisited) Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (Replay) Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series As Dusk Falls Call of Cthulhu Cult of the Lamb Live A Live 2:51:10 Top 10 2D Platformers of All-Time (we create the definitive TJOG Top Ten List) 4:04:56 Closing Thoughts
With Marco fresh aboard the S.S. PS5, we talk his first impressions dipping his toe into the new gen of video gaming. Since he also go the version including a disc drive, it's also a great time to talk about the pros of buying physical media — from 4K Blu-rays to games on disc. Plus, just in time, Gamescom featured a new pro controller from Sony, the DualSense Edge. Will it be worth the probably sky-high price? Then, an AI-powered rapper was recently powered down after it became clear its creators/puppets had lost the plot. Rife with racist stereotypes and steeped in a deep disrespect for the art of hip hop, FN Meka is officially dead. Was this idea born to fail? Or the "future" of music? Cheers! *Beer of the Week* Goose Island Neon Beer Hugs
The vinyl record, the CD, the DVD, the VHS tape — even the paper book has been the subject of debate and concern over its future. But we haven't given up our collections just yet. Today we're talking about the physical media we still treasure.
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt discuss the return of everyone's favorite Esther, it's ‘Orphan: First Kill'. In this prequel to the cult classic, they take a BIG swing, but does it connect? For the hit. It's a baseball metaphor. Then our Malick Marathon continues with its penultimate entry, ‘Night Of The Cups'. Christian Bale stars as a lost man in search of himself. As there is apparently raging hurricanes around him at all times as Malick's camera is never stationary. There's the life-bringing rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week, plus Chris checks in on whether Matt watched that first episode of ‘Garth Marenghi's Dark Place'. Finally, Matt and Chris close out the show with another round of Call It! What's making the cut this time…?00:00-14:20: Intro/Orphan: First Kill14:21-30:02: Physical Media & Darkplace30:03-42:50: Knight Of The Cups42:51-1:00:01: Call It!1:00:02-1:01:37: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
Every year, the people who put together Record Store Day have their big meeting in New Orleans which they call RSD Summer Camp. This year, Paul Myers hosted the Key Note, an onstage conversation with two Merge recording artists; NOLA local Dawn Richard, and The Mountain Goats' John Darnielle. Somehow, our pristine recording of this wonderful chat got lost or destroyed (we never found out) but we *did* manage to find a "bootleg" of the event, which we cleaned up a little so you can hear it here. Plus, RSD co-founder Carrie Colliton explains the whole Summer Camp thing. For the latest RSD news, go to RecordStoreDay.com The Mountain Goats' Bleed Out and Dawn Richard's Second Line are in stores now from Merge Records. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Please subscribe to the Record Store Day Podcast wherever you get podcasts. Follow Paul Myers on Twitter @pulmyears (he often tweets about the show!)
We're back in the drawing room to tell you all about this amazing line-up of September titles including some re-releases and a slew of Severin firsts! Join us as we break down each disc including the 4K UHD release of the iconic film THE CHANGELING, the return of Severin Kids with David Blyth's (DEATH WARMED UP) MY UNCLE IS A VAMPIRE, Intervision's release of the PLAGA ZOMBIE trilogy (available for the first time together EVER), the first break-away from the Al Adamson set getting a beefed up release DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN, and lastly the show that shocked an entire country over MULTIPLE DECADES... TALES TO KEEP YOU AWAKE getting its first US friendly release. Anyone who says this month is anything short of amazing should be ashamed of themselves!
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt head deep into the frontier as we discuss the latest Predator sequel, ‘Prey'. In this entry, a budding Comanche warrior goes up against one of the fiercest hunters in the universe. Can she take it down? And how much Mary Sue BS does the internet stir up this time? Then our Malick Marathon continues with ‘The Thin Red Line'. Malick's fictional story during the Guadalcanal Campaign in World War II. So how does it stack up against some of the more well-known war films like ‘Apocalypse Now', ‘Platoon', ‘Saving Private Ryan'…? There's the crowd rousing rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Matt and Chris then close out the show by coming up with their 5 Sequel Scenario Ideas! Where should a Predator pop up next? When would you put Pinhead?00:00-19:02: Intro/Prey19:03-32:56: Physical Media Picks32:57-43:40: The Thin Red Line43:41-56:02: 5 Sequel Scenarios56:03-57:38: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
Producer Jake is joined by Carlos from The Misfit Pond channel to discuss Carlos's channel/filmmaking aspirations, directors they're inspired by, and their love of physical media. Make sure to subscribe + follow Carlos @TheMisfitPond on YouTube, Instagram, and Letterboxd! Write to us! email@example.com Follow us! @cinebums on Instagram Letterboxd! letterboxd.com/cinebums/ YouTube! CineBums on YouTube --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinebums/support
Bill Hunt of The Digital Bits joins the podcast to take a deep dive into the current state of physical media, the 4K explosion, and what the future might hold. We also discuss home entertainment trends, common consumer complaints, and how streaming is impacting the release schedules. And Bill details the recent and future "Star Trek" motion picture 4K releases and we discuss the 4K of "The Batman," and the upcoming "Heat," "Top Gun: Maverick," and "Avatar" releases. The Digital BitsFacebookOtaku Media produces podcasts, behind-the-scenes extras, and media that connect creatives with their fans and businesses with their consumers. Contact us today to see how we can work together to achieve your goals. www.otakumedia.tv
Chris and Cooper discuss live performance woes, the 1985 classic "Teen Wolf", and their search for rare tracks.Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast, and leave us a review if you're enjoying the discussions.♬ Connect: YouTube → https://www.youtube.com/c/AlamoMusicCenterSanAntonioInstagram → https://www.instagram.com/alamomusic/Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/alamoguitar/Twitter → https://twitter.com/alamomusic ♪ Contact us: https://www.alamomusic.com/contact ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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