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TechnoRetro Dads
Enjoy Stuff: It's a Brick House

TechnoRetro Dads

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 95:19


Clear the table and sort the bricks, we have LEGO! Enjoy Stuff looks at the history of our favorite building set for years! From the early days when the founding family first measured out the dimensions of the connecting parts to the wide variety of franchised sets we can get at LEGO stores around the world. And we test our knowledge of when their most memorable ideas debuted.    L'eggo my LEGO! It's a history of the famous building blocks on Enjoy Stuff. It's founder, Ole Christiansen, founding the company way back in 1932, probably never predicted how widespread his ideas would become. Come with us in the Wayback machine as we say “Bricks for the memories”   News Indiana Jones Toys have been revealed for the upcoming Dial of Destiny movie Ted Lasso gets a season 3 premiere Looks like TRON 3 may be a go  Singer David Crosby passes little over a week ago  Cobra Kai will end after 6 Seasons Valentine's Day-Inspired Pop-Tarts Bites will return this year Oscar Noms have been announced, Short Round and Data are both nominated for Everything, Everywhere, All At Once!   Check out our TeePublic store for some enjoyable swag and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying Jay has been getting very Retro (Retro-squared?) by revisiting some Bob Hope movies from way back in 1941. Caught in the Draft and Nothing but the Truth were some fun films that remind you about a time gone by and how the past can be entertaining. Shua really committed himself when he decided to binge all of the extended versions of Peter Jackson's six-movie-spanning Tolkien stories. Love ‘em or leave ‘em, it can be fun to immerse yourself in Middle Earth and remember what the message of all the films relay.    Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout The Matrix was a ground-breaking movie in so many ways. This week Jay looks at the story, effects, and influence of Keanu Reeve's classic Alice in Digital-Wonderland story. Check it out on Sci-Fi Saturdays on Retrozap.com. Plus, now that SFS has reached 1999 it's time to remember the hype, politics, and complexity of Star Wars-Episode I, The Phantom Menace, coming this Saturday.    Enjoy Toys! One of the most wide-spread successes of toys has got to be LEGO. But it didn't start out like that. This week we look back to the humble beginnings when Ole Kirk Christiansen took his bankrupt carpentry business and made it into something that would change the industry.   It wasn't an instant success though. There were many hardships, failed ideas, and more factory fires than most people could come back from. Luckily, his son Godtfred (like his father) was a persistent and determined creator. Once he was inspired by a set of building blocks he saw at a convention, they bought a plastic injection molding machine and the rest is history.    Through some very clever innovations with the designs, LEGO began to see some success and spread across the globe. By the 1950s their basic sets were found in many toy boxes across the United States.    The long history of the company lends itself well to our game “Just in the Brick of Time”. Jay will try to identify the decade some of the LEGO milestones took place. You can play along too! Did you play with LEGO? What sets of the building system do you admire? Did you read all of these shownotes? First person that emails me with the subject line, “I'm a LEGO maniac” will get a special mention on the show.  Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast
Short Round: The Kaiser's African Queen

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 28:07


When World War I broke out in Africa, the Kaiser's only warship in the area - the light cruiser SMS Konigsberg - found a new hiding place in an African jungle. The British had a new mission: track down and destroy the Kaiser's African Queen. The Battle of the Rufiji Delta would be one of history's longest - and craziest - naval battles.Where did I get my info? Here are my sources:https://www.unknownsoldierspodcast.com/post/unknown-soldiers-podcast-41-the-kaiser-s-lions-maps-and-sources-you-guys-might-need-some-mapsSocial Media: https://www.facebook.com/unknownsoldierspodcast https://twitter.com/unksoldierspod

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell
Hour 1 - The Untouchable QBs

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 41:00


C&R get the middle of your week hyped, on FSR! The fellas talk Short Round's big win, & Rich has fun explaining why we don't need to change our teams personnel just for the sake of change. Which NFL QBs are untouchable & their team would not even entertain a trade? Based on Correa, Covino talks ex's who wish they ended up with you. Plus, the guys bust out the Mojo-Meter on this weekend's Wild Card quarterbacks! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
01-11-23 - Entertainment Drill - WED - Short Round From Indiana Jones Wins Golden Globe - Gwen Stefani Defends Her Inspiration From Japanese Culture As We Debate Appropriation

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 14:27


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - The Entertainment Drill - Wednesday January 11, 2023

Life Through the Big Screen
The Best Movies of 2022

Life Through the Big Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 23:31


Alright, it's the podcast you've all been waiting for: For all, three of you who listen, anyway. Today I'm going to name call and gush on my top films of 2022, so let's get right to it. The bottom of my list and number 17 is Joradn Peele's Nope. I believe it's his third movie. He made Get Out, which I wasn't a fan of, but I know I need to rewatch, and Us, a movie that I absolutely adored. So Peele was already batting 50% with me. When I saw he was tackling aliens, I was all in. So, before I go on, I want to give a disclaimer that I may be biased against this film because, well, I wrote it. You heard me. Years and years ago when I was striving to become an author, I came up with a concept and wrote the first several chapters of a book where flying saucers descended upon a Western-type ghost town. Yup, with the flying horse and people getting beamed up, and even the rain water cascading down around the flying saucer to create the illusion that you were inside a circular waterfall. Except in my version, there was going to be literally thousands of spaceships that covered the face of the earth, blocking out the rain and the sun while the alien residents lived above us where their saucers formed a sort of landscape for them to live their lives on while the rest of us died from lack of sunlight and earth essentially became their underground sewer system. So, Peele's movie didn't go quite the way I planned the story, but there were enough similarities that I kept being taken out of the movie. I'm not saying he stole my idea or whatever, because I realize there's only so many good ideas floating around in the ether for us to grab hold of. He just got the idea and made a movie about it. So I say good on him. Though this isn't may favorite film of the year, it's still an enjoyable watch, and I'll probably revisit it one day. Number 16 is Lost City. This one stars Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, but I'll be honest, it was Brad Pitt who was the true star in this movie. My gripe with it is that it did that thing that most comedies do, where the first half is really funny, like it knows it wants to be a comedy, but then the second half completely forgets to tell the jokes. So this is a half-and-half movie for me. I recommend watching the first half, for sure, at least everything with Brad Pritt, but if you turn it off halfway through, you're really not missing much.Number 15 is Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers. That's right, it's the Roger Rabbit sequel we never got, but it's certainly a good companion piece. I remember I laughed quite a bit toward the beginning, and the mystery element held my attention throughout. Also, kudos to Disney for not pumping this cute little film with any woke crap. None that I saw, anyway. I think if you never saw the original cartoon it's based off of, some of it will be lost on you, especially the nostalgic scenes, but I think overall it was a creative, out-of-the-box concept that was executed quite well from people that clearly, CLEARLY loved and embraced the original source material. Father Stu is a movie that I think had a theatrical release, but you can catch it now on Netflix. It's number 14 on my list. This one's got Mark Whalberg and my very own Mel Gibson. These two respectable gentlemen are men of faith in real life -- you can keep that anti-semitism crap to yourself, I won't hear it -- and so they were able to pull from real life experiences to tell this true story of a boxer-turned-priest. It's low on my list because it was filmed in the most conventional of ways where it felt like I'd seen it all before, but I still respect it for what it is, and I love that faith-based movies can still be made accessible to the general public.  Number 13 is Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio. I did not want to see this movie, but the reviews convinced me otherwise. That's probably what's going to happen with Avatar: Way of Water. But this movie was a pleasant and unexpected surprise. It was pleasant because the characters were special and life-like, and it was unexpected, because this wasn't the same Pinocchio story we've been told a million times. There are several deviations from the source material that don't compromise the source material's intended morals or values, or even the story itself. So if you're a fan of the Pinocchio story in any way, but want something different from the characters, this is definitely the right movie for you. Nic Cage stars as Nic Cage in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, and this is movie number 12 on my list, though honestly, I could have thrown this movie anywhere below my top 5 and be happy where it landed. I just kind of stuck it in there at random. And though Nic Cage is why you go see this movie, Pedro Pascal is why you stay. Pedro Pascal, you'll remember him as Mando from the Mandalorian, is the true star and heart of this movie. I'd even go so far as to say he delivered one of the best performances of the year, because he just won you over with his sweetness and charm. It was like watching a cute cat video and you can't take your eyes from it. Go into this movie blind, like I did, and I think you'll have a lot of fun, especially if you're familiar with a lot of Nic Cage's work. If not, you'll still have a good time, because you'll just assume that they're referencing another one of his movies. Also, Face/Off is his best film ever. The Adam Project is another one of those films that's 50/50 for me. This one's number 11 on my list. It ought to be much lower because the fighting and sci-fi stuff I didn't care a lick about, but the stuff between Ryan Reynolds and his younger self and his parents was really emotional for me. It's been a long time since I've seen this movie, but the parts that they were trying to be sentimental really hit me deep. I just wish they stretched that stuff out more than the action stuff, because it would have brought it from a good movie to a great movie. Ryan Reynolds is, as usual, wonderful and charming. Number 10 is Where the Crawdads sing. Like The Adam Project, you can find this on Netflix. This movie had me guessing the whole time. I thought the lead actress, Daisy Edgar-Jones was astonishing as Kya, a girl who is suspected of having murdered a man. She had many hats to wear as that character, from hopeless romantic to a reclusive hermit to a woman staring at death row. I loved the story and the setting as it had a very Harper Lee vibe to it. And man, oh man, was it great to see David Strathairn again! You'd recognize him from Memphis Belle, A League of Their Own, and one of my favorite suspense movies: The River Wild. He really hit it out of the park as a lawyer anyone would trust. Oh, and yes, the ending of this movie surprised me, so that gave it some extra points.Weird: The Al Yankovick Story lands at number 9. Honestly, I could have interchanged this with Where the Crawdads Sing as I liked both the same. But this movie was so ... brave in doing what it did. They sold it as one type of movie, but then you get something else entirely, and for once, that wasn't a bad thing. The movie lives up to its title as it is weird, but it's a good weird. It had me smiling all the way through. And Danielle Radcliffe -- way to shed the Harry Potter image, my man! He's no longer JUST the boy who lived. He's now the boy who lived who can also sing and do a really go impression of Weird Al. This next one I'm going to get some flack on because you're probably going to insist I move it much higher up on my list. But number 8 is Everything Everywhere All at Once. This is a film I highly respect for its ambition, its daring, and it's originality. This is also a film I would never have wanted to edit - can you imagine that monumental task? It was just so smart how it was told, and of course it was great to see Short Round back at it. But I've got to say, I'm watching this movie not knowing Short Round was making a comeback, and until I finally looked it up on my phone, I though it was Jackie Chan, but they'd de-aged him. And no, that's not because I think all Asian actors look the same - so don't even. I mentioned Memphis Belle earlier, I get all those guys mixed up too, so it goes both ways. Anyway, if you haven't seen this movie I highly recommend it just so you can experience having your senses assaulted in the best possible way. The only reason it's not higher up on my list is because the themes just didn't apply to me, that's all. And damn, those rocks. When the rock thing happened, I thought I'd be the only one moved by it, but it turns out, everyone talks about those two rocks. So I'm glad I wasn't alone there. Michael Bay is BACK!! You know, The Rock, Armageddon, Bad Boys, that director! Ambulance is number 7, and I'm so glad it was good. I mean, I knew it would be. I cannot be any happier that Michael Bay seems to be done with the Transformers and Ninja Turtle crap. I weep to think of what could have been if he didn't make so many of those stupid movies. He was may favorite director all through high school and college, and I'm not ashamed to admit it. Yes, shit gets blown up, the camera never stops, and the action is over the top. Uhhhhh.... Who became king of Movies and said that was a bad thing? Ambulance was a great heist movie, that has a to-the-point bank robbery scene, a fantastic setup for an unintentional hostage situation, and it all pays off. It might be a little bloated time-wise, but that's part of the package of a Michael Bay film. The three leads, Jake Gyllenhall, Yayhya Abdul Manteen II, and Eiza Gonzalez gave it their all in a silly action film, and the whole thing was just a blast to watch. Now we're at the portion of the list where the following six movies are just so good that they could really be shuffled and I'd be okay with the outcome, because these are the standout movies of the year for me and I'll tell you why. But first, a word from my sponsor. Number 6 on my list of best movies of 2022 is A Christmas Story Christmas. When I first heard this movie was coming out, I was cautious. And they didn't start advertising for it until a month or so before Thanksgiving, which was all the more reason to worry. Sure, it's a dumb title, but what are you going to do when the knockoff sequel stole the tittle "A Christmas Story 2"? Peter Billingsley reprises his role as Ralphie Parker, and it's shocking to see how much like the little boy he still looks, especially when he's gazing upward indulging in a daydream. I love how this sequel wasn't a cookie cutter remake of the original (though some can argue that it was), but it followed a storyline that was appropriate for the aging characters. I'll be honest, this movie had me tearing up more than once. As a father, the dad is my favorite character in the original, and he's not in this one because he passed away, but you can still feel his presence in almost every scene in this very special Christmas movie that I'll be sure to revisit with my kids every year from now on. And side note: How crazy is it that it's been almost 20 years since we got a Christmas movie worth its salt (I'm referring to Elf being the last one)? Jackass Forever made number 5 on my list. Is this a masterpiece? Ehh... part of it were, actually. Is it award-winning? It should be. But most importantly: Is it funny? No, it was hilarious. These guys set out with one job and one job only, and they pulled it off. Their job was to make people laugh harder than anyone has in a very long time. The laughs came in quick and hard. There were part of this movie where I was in so much pain. Only The Office and Dumb and Dumber can do that for me. Do me a favor: Set aside your supposed maturity for 90 minutes and just indulge in some low-brow sophomoric pranks and stunts. Allow yourself that treat. We're all so freaking uptight most of the time, and this movie asks if it's really worth it to be that way all the time. Four is Fall. This is another one that's not a masterpiece by any means, but it's the second scariest movie I've ever seen, period. The first scariest movie for me is United 93 because that stuff actually happened and the tension through that movie is just tight as a belay. Speaking of belays, Fall is the second scariest movie I've seen. Like, now I know what some people feel like when they watch a shark movie. It finally clicked with me! See, I don't scare easily. Horror movies often bore me, so it's one of my least favorite genres. And to be clear, this movie isn't meant to be a horror film. And when I say it scared me, what I mean is that it kept me in a state of perpetual queasiness. I wasn't necessarily scared for the girls trapped on this 2,000 foot tower in the middle of nowhere - I kept imagining myself up there and how often I would just freeze, or maybe even black out. I can handle heights as long as I'm strapped in, like in a plane, or hell, I'd even go hang-gliding. But my wife and kids will tell you, I can't even climb up a ladder without coming really close to peeing. I think that's just a significant amount of lack of trust in my body and its ability to hang on. So if you're scared of heights, this movie will definitely scare the shit out of you, and may even make you puke. It follows the lines of The Shallows and my personal favorite, 127 Hours, where you're just stuck with the main character in one spot for over an hour. Oh, and Phone Booth, let's not forget about that one - I love Phone Booth. But a word of warning: I was planning on showing this to my daughter because she loves climbing so much, but then as I'm watching it, I realized, this movie's rated R. A soft R, because of several uses of the F-word and some pretty intense gross-out scenes and lots of blood toward the end. Well, it's not actually rated R, but it's PG-13. That's just a head's up for you parents. I guess they're allowed to show blood and say the F-word more than once now and still get a PG-13 rating? It's not a complaint, I'm just passing the information on. Oh, boy! We're down to my top three best films of the year. You might remember an Adam Sandler film coming out on Netflix earlier in the year. You may or may not have watched it. You might have heard about it and saw that it was about basketball, and you were like, "There's never been a good basketball movie made, except for Hoosiers." And you'd be right, at least until Hustle hit the screen. I am not hard pressed to call Hustle one of the best sports movies ever, and I know that's a really high bar. But you've got to watch it! It's a lot more positive and happier than Uncut Gems, another Adam Sandler winner. And yeah, it's another one "of those" sports movies, but it's just so damn good, it hit me in all the right places. Number 2 is Top Gun: Maverick. If you're one of the two people who haven't seen it yet, stop everything in your life and watch it right now. At this point, there's no excuse. This is Tom Cruise at the top of his game like always. And the funny thing is, I wasn't even looking forward to it because the original Top Gun is so ... meh, expect for the soundtrack. If you haven't seen it, believe the hype, because it's one of those extremely rare movies that lives up in every way. I've seen the movie three times already, and I can watch it again right now. I'll probably show it to my kids next summer. So as surprising that it is that Maverick isn't my number one pick, you must be wondering what is. My number one movie of the year is one that was made just for me. Like, I firmly believe the filmmakers and everyone involved were thinking about me through ever step of the moviemaking process as they executed this film from start to finish. And if you look at all the movies I've brought up prior to this, we've been in the jungle, visited World War II, and saw the future. We've ridden on swamp boats, been slung out of giant sling shots, climbed the highest towers and took our jets beyond Mach 10. It seems like the only thing we haven't ridden is a train. And that's what my number 1 movie is all about: Bullet Train. Brad Pitt is his usual charming and hilarious self in this heist/mystery/comedy/action film. It's directed by David Leitch. Imagine the director of Deadpool 1 & 2 making a Quentin Tarantino film, more accurately, a volume of Kill Bill, with Brad Pitt thrown in. The dialogue is so sharp, the situations are extremely funny, and the action is eye-popping. I film never bored me - the only emotion I didn't feel while watching it was sadness, because there's just nothing sad or depressing being offered here. This movie is the highest of recommends, so much so, that David Leitch, who also brought us John Wick and Hobbs and Shaw, is quickly becoming one of my favorite directors. Now I'm going to go watch Atomic Blonde. Thank you for joining me on my super-long diatribe as I gushed over my favorite films from this year. I never got to Avatar: Way of Water, though I was planning on it and things got kind of complicated. Marcel with Shoes On was another one I missed, I'll be watching Sonic the Hedgehog 2 with my kids shortly (I got it for them for Christmas). Other films I missed but wanted to see were Moonfall, Confess Fletch, The Fablemans, Glass Onion, Violent Night, and The Whale. But I think I still saw a pretty good number of films. Thanks for listening and may your new year be filled with love, spiritual health, and blessings. Email me your favorite films of 2022, especially if there's one that I missed that you think should be on my list. But also feel free to argue with me on any of my choices. Not maliciously, of course, because I have a fragile ego. Keep it spirited. My email address is author.andrewtoy@gmail.com, or message me on Instagram where you can find me at LifeThroughBigScreenPod. Happy New Year! Follow Life Through the Big Screen on these following pages:InstagramFacebookTwitterThis episode was sponsored by Spur Creative

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast
Short Round: Elihu Root and the Creation of the Modern U.S. Army

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 29:52


In the aftermath of the Spanish-American War, it was clear that the US Army was in desperate need of reform. Its salvation would come in the form of a sarcastic, kinda mean New York lawyer named Elihu Root. Let's get into some spicy, exciting, adrenaline-soaked military reform!Where did I get my info? Here are my sources:https://www.unknownsoldierspodcast.com/post/unknown-soldiers-podcast-episode-37-40-the-philippine-war-series-sourcesSocial Media: https://www.facebook.com/unknownsoldierspodcast https://twitter.com/unksoldierspod

/Film Daily
Avatar: The Way of Water Early Buzz & The Future of Indiana Jones

/Film Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 22:25


On the December 7, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by no one to answer some Indiana Jones emails in the Mailbag and discuss the latest film and TV news, which all circles around Avatar: The Way of Water. Opening Banter: We are transferring our podcast over to a new host so if there is any wonkiness, we apologize in advance! In The Mailbag: Gert from The Netherlands writes in “When it comes to the future of the Indiana Jones franchise, deep faking Harrison Ford for a feature length movie could be done - but shouldn't be done. That being said I doubt Ford would ‘sell' his likeness to be used for all of eternity ;)  I always thought a series following a young group of archeological students (taught by Jones) on many adventures - could work. Throw in a few ‘legacy' characters like Mutt or Short Round to tie everything together.  The show would simply be called: RAIDERS. It borrows from the original title of the first film and should be recognizable enough using the right font.” Robert V writes in “On Friday's podcast you mentioned that you think that Indiana Jones might die in the new movie. Rest assured he will not die. On the show ‘The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles' there was a scene that featured an Indiana Jones in his 90s. Unless Disney had decided that the show isn't canon anymore, it should still be true.” In The News: Avatar: The Way Of Water Early Buzz: James Cameron Does It Again In Visually Stunning And Emotional Return To PandoraAre you surprised? When are you seeing it? How are you seeing it? What Made James Cameron Want To Return For An Avatar SequelIs wanting to have fun with a group of people enough reason? James Cameron Wrote Avatar 1.5 To Help Sam Worthington And Zoe Saldańa Prepare For The Way Of WaterWill we ever get Avatar 1.5?   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 peter@slashfilm.com. 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.

On the Gunline
OTGL EP 241 Short Round

On the Gunline

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 10:53


Quick hipshoot to get ya through the week...Enjoy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/danny832/support

The Pod-Men
Ep187: 180 Forever!

The Pod-Men

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 120:47


PMR goes full 180 on Short Round. The Pod-Men travel back to Wakanda and, while the view was lovely, were ultimately disappointed in this extremely uneven blockbuster sequel. No time for love, Dr. Jones (or Brad in this case), this episode is a must listen!  

The Greatest Pod
The Greatest Sidekicks (Watson, Spock, Robin, Short Round, Lois Lane)

The Greatest Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 96:13


”The Greatest Sidekicks” and supporting characters are so important to the stories we love. This episode is dedicated to the bards, partners, love interests and buddies that power the greatest tales in pop culture. We talk Watson, Spock, Robin, Short Round, Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane, and many others. We show the value of these second bananas and the functions they serve in the stories. We even nominate some for a promotion to Main Character! The end of this episode contains a wonderful fan letter and we pitch the greatest ”sidekick-to-hero” story of alllll tiiiime!!!  Follow us! Here's everybody's Twitter: https://twitter.com/NerdGoatPodcast (Our Twitter account) https://twitter.com/EdGreerDestroys https://twitter.com/dorkyswallow Please leave a 5-star review on your podcast app, it really helps! Subscribe and like our videos on YouTube and Please share our stuff.   Support our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/TheGreatestPod to get exclusive pods on subjects we can't tackle here and also physical art prints. Watch REBOOT IT, our YouTube Show where we update your favorite franchises alongside Fandom Producer Billy Business here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/REBOOTITSHOW

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The House of the Dragon Season 1 MAILBAG!

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 113:57 Very Popular


Chris, Andy, and Steve answer listener emails for The House of the Dragon!WE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the show

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
Halloween Special - Horror Movie Jeopardy!

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 39:26


Streaming Things celebrates Halloween with a little bit of Jeopardy style trivia! Andy has created his own Jeopardy board based on some classic horror movies, and puts Chris and Steve's knowledge to the test. Who will walk about the winner?WE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the show

1980s Now
80s Halloween Music, Movies and TV Trivia

1980s Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 53:15


Recorded while live on Facebook (and in costumes), Will, Kat and Jon discuss current 80s news including how cassettes are making a come back, the story behind the Indy and Short Round reunion, and why "Halloween Ends" took a left turn. Then, we challenge our Facebook Live audience to 80s trivia, including questions about movies, movies, candy and TV shows of that decade. How well did you do? Email us at will@1980snow.com. Introduction - :30 1980s News - 6:20 80s Halloween Trivia - 25:13 Thank You and Wrap-Up - 51:16 For the many ways to support the show, visit www.1980snow.com/support. For more episodes of 1980s Now and information about the show visit www.1980snow.com. And for even more 1980s awesomeness visit the80sruled.com or facebook.com/80sruled. Learn more about Jon's podcast and Youtube channel at www.GenXGrownup.com.

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The Rings of Power Season 1 MAILBAG!

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 54:14 Very Popular


Chris, Andy, and Steve answer listener emails for The Rings of Power!WE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the show

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The House of the Dragon Episode 10: The Black Queen

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 96:46 Very Popular


Chris, Andy, and Steve sit down to catch episode 10 of The House of the Dragon  - The Black Queen!Time Codes00:04:08 - Overall Thoughts00:14:44 - Episode Recap01:13:35 - Dragon Eggs01:20:05 - Valyrian Steels01:29:38 - Mummer's DragonsWE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the show

Why Do We Own This DVD?
203. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

Why Do We Own This DVD?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 99:40


Diane and Sean discuss the "darkest" installment of the Indiana Jones saga, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Episode music is "Return to the Village/Raiders March" by John Williams from the OST.-  Our theme song is by Brushy One String-  Artwork by Marlaine LePage-  Why Do We Own This DVD?  Merch available at Teepublic-  Follow the show on social media:-  IG: @whydoweownthisdvd-  Twitter: @whydoweownthis1-  Follow Sean's Plants on IG: @lookitmahplantsSupport the show

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The House of the Dragon Episode 9: The Green Council

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 70:33 Very Popular


Chris, Andy, and Steve sit down to catch episode 9 of House of the Dragon -- The Green Council.Steve is our hero.WE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the showSupport the show

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The Rings of Power Episode 8: Alloyed

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 77:04 Very Popular


Chris and Andy sit down to catch episode 8 of The Lord of the Rings | The Rings of Power - Alloyed!They miss Steve real bad.WE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the showSupport the show

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The House of the Dragon Episode 8: The Lord of the Tides

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 103:00 Very Popular


Chris, Andy, and Steve sit down to catch episode 8 of The House of the Dragon  - The Lord of the Tides!Time Codes00:04:06 - Overall Thoughts00:11:08 - Episode Recap01:18:05 - Dragon Eggs01:23:28 - Valyrian Steels01:37:19 - Mummer's DragonsWE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the show

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The Rings of Power Episode 7: The Eye

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 85:12 Very Popular


Chris, Andy, and Steve sit down to catch episode 7 of The Lord of the Rings | The Rings of Power - The Eye!Time Codes00:02:31 - Overall Thoughts00:09:19 - Episode Recap01:03:25 - Second Breakfast (Easter Eggs)01:08:20 - Old Toby (Favorite Moments)01:18:43 - One Performance to Rule Them All (Favorite performance)WE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the show

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd
The House of the Dragon Episode 7: Driftmark

Streaming Things: Binge and Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 100:35 Very Popular


Chris, Andy, and Steve sit down to catch episode 7 of The House of the Dragon  - Driftmark!Time Codes00:03:24 - Overall Thoughts00:10:41 - Episode Recap01:18:23 - Dragon Eggs01:24:49 - Valyrian Steels01:31:57 - Mummer's DragonsWE HAVE A PATREON!WE HAVE MERCH!Join the conversation at streamingthingspod@gmail.comFollow us all on Twitter!@StreamThingPod for the show.@moviesRtherapy for Chris.@andymostdays for Andy.@stevemay13 for Steve.This month Streaming Things is brought to you by...Chester Copperpot, Jade, Jillian MorganAaron Layton, Adam Horne, Andrew Gray, Casey McCain, Crystal Trujillo, Jen Robinson, John Collins, Kalesha Reaves, Kate, Kiki Newton, Stanton, Valerie, Will NashA. Wells, Abbey Vollmer, Adam Raimond, Ali Ewald, Alix, Arcade Shenanigans, Barb, Caleb Jeter, Carmelita Valdez McKoy, Chloe Richardson, Christopher Covello, Cindy Miller-Ray, Elizabeth Hubbard, Enza, Florida Josh, HHS Teacher, Hyly B., Jimmy Gadd, John Maddux, Josh & Anna, J'Dinkalage Morgoose, Katie Blair, Kaylah Higgins, LisaL, Maggie, Marcus, Maria, Mells, Michelle Moore, Nick Nolte, Nicole Casas, Paola Garcia, Rachel Molloy, Ryan Bigger, Sean Callahan, Stephanie Pegalis, Suzanne Rode, Sydney Day, Tony DarreAaron B, Aaron K, Aaron Locke, AaronArmstrong, Adam Casson, Aidan Forrest, Alex Lehmbeck, Amanda King, Amanda Stanford, Amber McVey, Amy S., Andre, Andrew Pickering, Andy Liles, Annie Hudson, Ariana, Arkadya Mills, Aaron Anastasia, Austin Huss, Barry, Bill Seebold, Brandon Corsentino, Breanna Rivers, Brenda Bren, Brett Roby, Brittany Deck, Brittany Sparks, Cake, Carlo Carino, Casey Glass, Casey Holland, Catarina Zeh, Chris Deplancke, Clay Bennett, Cody Beke, Courtney Killpack, Damian Martin, Danae Fields, Danielle, David Touloumtzis, DC Hart, e Lopez, Eliska Martinez, Em Versaico, Erika Spiess, Ervin Flournoy, Gavin Holter, Georgia, Gillian Sloan, Hannah E Crocker, Heath Pennington, Irenę Denise Spikes, Isis, Jaclyn, Jacob Sichler, Jake Lenhof, James Tarkey, Jeanette Murphy, Jenn El, Jenna W., Jenni Wichern, Jennifer Hardy, Jennifer Lyn Istvan, Jennifer Noffsinger, Jenny, Jes Jes, Jess R, Jesse, Jesse Maynard, Jessica L. Crouse, Jillian Blackburn, Jillian Laub, Jillian Laub, Joe Velez, Joel Archer, John May, John T, Jordan, Jordan Wood, Josephine Neubert, Joyce Syler, Julia Wlaszczuk, Julie McGrath, Jungle, Justin Edelheit, Kandace Worth, Katharina, Katie, Katie Morgan, Kerri, Kevin Strother, Kody Stevens, Kristin Wessell, Lady Pris, Laura Hardwicke, Lauren Waller, Li Lee, Linus Grahn, Lisa McDaneil, Mac², Mallory Drake, Mandy Spears, Marcelina, Matt Unden, Melanie Bordelon, Melina, Melissa McGee, Michelle, Mike, Mindy, MJ, Monique WIllshire, Morgan Quimby, Nate Sussman, Neal Wagner, Nicole C, Orion Moore, Patty McCabe, Phil, Phillip O., Rachel Barron, Rebecca Hill, Reece Koski, Reid Family, Robin Punsalan, Ryan Holmes, Ryan J Pool, Sandra A., Sara Fuhrman, Sarah&Spencer, Savannah Lanz, ScareKrow2409, Shannon Meyers, Shannon Timchula, Shea McCullough, Shep, Stacey with an “e”, Stacy, Stephanie Lidbetter Illustration, Stephanie Pegalis, Steven Vukcevich, Tamara Dale, Tara, Taylor Juarez, Teresa Savage, The Alex G, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Van der Heyden, Thumbs, Tony Mann, Trischa Buhler, Tyler Romine, Will Bergstrom, YARF, Zac Suthers, Zack TrippAnnalise Routenberg, Claire Cumming-Herrero, Colleen P Frost, Joel Diamond, Judy Ball, Kimberly Porton, Kyle Willard, Pam & Dave Abriol-Miller, Sergio Zaciu, Short Round, Tabetha Ray, TJ HymesSupport the show

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast
Short Round: Emu War!!!

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 28:19


In 1932, Australia had an emu problem. They decided to solve it with soldiers and machine guns. They lost.That's it. That's the summary.Check the website: https://www.unknownsoldierspodcast.com/Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/unknownsoldierspodcast https://twitter.com/unksoldierspod

House of Crouse
BRETT MORGEN + DEBRA EISENSTADT + KE HUY QUAN

House of Crouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 39:21


This week on the Richard Crouse Show we meet director Brett Morgen and producer Debra Eisenstadt of the film “Moonage Daydream,” an impressionistic look at the life and work of iconic artist David Bowie, now playing in theatres. Bowie led one of the most eclectic show business careers of the last sixty years. He was a seeker, an artist whose work flirted with everything from mime and music to acting and art. He was never less than a free thinker who valued artistic joy over fame. Morgen's film emphasizes the restless spirit that defined David Bowie, but don't buy a ticket expecting a cradle-to-grave “Behind the Music” style expose. This is an experience, a collage of sound and vision, that over the two-and-a-quarter-hour running time creates a portrait that doesn't attempt to define the artist as much as it does to illuminate his ever-changing philosophical mindset. To achieve this Morgen mixes never-before-seen footage and performances, forty remastered songs spanning the singer's entire career and, as narration, excerpts from fifty years of Bowie interviews. There are no talking heads or re-enactments, and neither is this one long music video. It's an ephemeral collection of ideas and images with a solid intellectual underpinning, a philosophical edge and an emotional component for diehard Bowie fans. It also has a good beat and you can dance to it… most of it anyway. We also get to know Ke Huy Quan, the star of the most aptly titled movie of the year, “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” You can say a lot of things about “Everything Everywhere All At Once” but you can't say you've ever seen anything quite like it before. An eye-popping reflection on the power of kindness and love to heal the world's problems, it is exhilarating that mixes and matches everything from family drama and tax problems to martial-arts and metaphysics into a whimsical story that moves at the speed of light. The result is a singular film that milks intentionality out of its madness. What does all that mean? Stick around as I chat with one of the film's stars Ke Huy Quan. You know him as Short Round, the plucky kid companion to Indiana Jones in The Temple Of Doom and from a role in cult classic comedy-adventure The Goonies. We'll talk about why he chose to return to acting in “Everything Everywhere All at Once” after a twenty-year break from Hollywood.

SeanGeek and FastFret Podcast
Episode 394 – D23, Werewolves, Mando, and More

SeanGeek and FastFret Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 94:05


Sean and Karen cover Disney's D23. They cover the Mandalorian, Tales of the Jedi and other Star Wars stuff. Harrison Round and Short Round reunited. Werewolf By Night opens up and connects so much of the MCU. Just how is it going to do that? We break down our theories. We talk Little Mermaid, and some of the other live action Disney movies. Karen hits on the common reoccurring error in these re-creations of the animated classics. Which one worked for each of them? The sequel Disenchanted. Indiana Jones 5. Can this one redeem the franchise and end it on a good note? Thunderbolts and Captain America 4 and how we think they tie into it, what we hoped to see. We talk Andor, Mufasa, Inside Out 2, Percy Jackson, Willow. We dive into Secret Invasion. Daredevil, Fantastic Four, Henry Cavill, Marvel Games, and Michelle Yeoh. How many streaming services do you use? #d23 #disney #marvelstudios #movies #tvWebsite: http://www.seanmcginity.ca/ (www.seanmcginity.ca) @seangeekpodcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @toddgeek on Twitter @fastfretfingers on Instagram @ToddGeeks Tech Talk on Facebook @mbpodfest @captivatefm Mentioned in this episode: Want Merch? You can get your own SeanGeek and FastFret Merch over at our storefront on Teepublic, over at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/seangeek-podcast

Super Sideshow
She-Hulk – Mean, Green, and Straight Poured into these Jeans. (E5) [Plus news from D23Expo!]

Super Sideshow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 40:21


We talk about Titania's lawsuit against She-Hulk, some continuity errors, and wonder why Pug never copped his pair of Iron Man 3's! Also, we go deep on news from the #D23Expo. Talk with us on Twitter. Show notes Wouldn't you like to enjoy a cold and delicious boba tea right about now? News you can abuse! Lots of D23 News to go over! Werewolf by Night? What in the &$%# is that! Coming this October? Secret Invasion! Nick Fury needs a shave! Skrulls! Coming in 2023! ARMOR WARS! Short Round is going to be in Loki Season 2? ECHO! DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN THE MARVELS! THE THUNDERBOLTS! THE LEADER IS GOING TO BE IN THE NEW CAPTAIN AMERICA MOVIE!

Every Movie EVER!
Jurassic Park III (2001): The One Where A Dinosaur Says Alan

Every Movie EVER!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 37:25


Well, loads of drama behind the scenes but we made it to the third and final Jurassic Park movie! Ben & Rob investigate Pterodactyl Porn, Harrison Ford's Shortround obsession and the nightmare that million dollar movie making must be as they discuss Joe Johnston's 2001 movie Jurassic Park III. Will Rob convince Ben this film ain't the worst thing since wet bread? Has Ben cracked the secrets of velociraptor society? CONSUUUME!Find us on your socials of choice at www.linktr.ee/everymovieeverpodcast

The Back Look Cinema Podcast
Ep. 83: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

The Back Look Cinema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 87:31


Zack and Zo are witness to another treasure hunt of the famed archeologist Indiana Jones. In this they ask two questions. Will Dr. Jones, Short Round and Willie Scott survive the trials of the Temple of Doom? The next question is: just how offensive can this trio be to the Indian culture? We attempt to find the answer in this episode.Episode Segment Time StampsOpening Credits . . . . . . 00:02:57Favorite Parts . . . . . . . .  00:10:54Trivia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01:02:24Critics' Thoughts . . . . .  01:19:20Back Look Cinema: The Podcast Links:www.backlookcinema.comEmail: fanmail@backlookcinema.comTwitter: @backlookcinemaFacebook: The Back Look Cinema Podcast Instagram: backlookcinemapodcastTicTok: @backlookcinemaBack Look Cinema Merch at Teespring.comBack Look Cinema Merch at Teepublic.comWhy Did Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Show Indians https://www.quora.com/Why-did-Indiana-Jones-and-the-Temple-of-Doom-show-Indians-as-barbarianss Barbarians?  Made-For-TV Movie Club pod.link/1547103380 or Google: #MFTVMCPodcast

What's That From?
Patreon Roundup!

What's That From?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 98:22


All topics for discussion offered by our patreons.  Agenda, Short Round, Ke Huy Quan, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Hollywood overlaps, clickbait, why now?, why ever?, kid questions, Macaulay Culkin, SNL, William Shatner, staying up late, The Standups, Seinfeld, Tom Hanks, Jon Lovitz, Dennis Miller, Melanie Hutsell, NYC street sound bites, PAing on set, Blankman, Damon Wayans, Handiman, Ishtar, The Cable Guy, Waterworld, things that are better than expected, showing love, The Bear, hugs, Cancelled Too Soon, Bakersfield PD, neural control, hard drive in our brain, TikTok.Support the show

In The Seats with...
Episode 385: In The Seats With...Ke Huy Quan and 'Everything, Everywhere Always At Once'

In The Seats with...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 15:54


If you haven't already...what are you waiting for?On this episode we'll admit we're a little behind on this one BUT as the genius of Everything, Everywhere Always At Once' is now available for rent and purchase on VOD Platforms now we have a unique conversation to share with you.We got the pleasure of talking with the one and only Ke Huy Quan; the one and only Short Round from 'Temple of Doom' and Data from 'The Goonies has come out of retirement in a genius way with this role from the directing team of the Daniels.We asked him about what brought him back to acting, still being active in the film business for all these years and so very much more.

The Gambling Files
Kate Chambers on ICE and her new project; Tom Waterhouse on being a legend; Jed Corenthal on Phenix and streaming - The Gambling Files RTFM 36

The Gambling Files

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 147:01


Another week, another video trail, and yet again Jon gets away with Fintan not realising they've started recording. This week, the Indiana Jones and Short Round of the gambling industry talk smack [0:00 - 15:31] then meet the legendary Kate Chambers to discuss ICE and her new project, The Gaming Boardroom [15:32 - 1:14:03]. Then Tom Waterhouse pops in to talk about his career and life as a 4th generation bookie, plus some tales of his amazing grandfather and their ties to Tonga [1:14:04 - 1:58:49]. Finally we meet Jed Corenthal of Phenix, who discusses streaming and in-play betting with Fintan while Jon is waylaid for the entirety of the actual interview [1:58:50 - 2:26:23] but luckily, his mic is off. Finally, you can learn where to follow and subscribe [2:26:24]. Do they all watch Cobra Kai? Listen to find out! Enjoy the episode!

Do By Friday
Time Junkie

Do By Friday

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 86:48


This week's challenge: Develop new muscle memory.You can hear the after show and support Do By Friday on Patreon!----Edited by Quinn RoseEngineered by Cameron Bopp----Show LinksWhat are zoomies? | Cornell University College of Veterinary MedicineSpeed Bumps vs. Speed Humps | Traffic Management BlogNot Just Bikes - YouTubeThe Ugly, Dangerous, and Inefficient Stroads found all over the US & CanadaWhy Everywhere in the US is Starting to Look the Same - YouTubeButtplug Sex Toy Control ProjectHow the HomePod can be Apple's new iPod | MacworldStream DeckApple previews innovative accessibility features - AppleBack to Work Episode 577: Transylvanian MeditationOrzero Head Strap Compatible for Oculus Quest 2 Accessories, Enhanced Support with Head CushionEverything Everywhere All at Once - WikipediaDescript | All-in-one audio/video editing, as easy as a doc.All of the global keyboard shortcuts for iPad in iPadOS 15 | iMoreKe Huy Quan - IMDb (He's Waymond Wang and he's Short Round!)Kodama | Ghibli Wiki | Fandom (Recorded on Wednesday, May 25, 2022)Next week's challenge: Quantify yourself.

Movies Merica
Everything Everywhere All At Once review

Movies Merica

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 30:16


If you want to experience, what I would imagine is as close to a cinematic version of an acid trip, then Everything Everywhere All At Once might be your drug of choice. This movie directed by Daniels gives you a story involving the multiverse that has nothing to do with Marvel or Dr. Strange. Film legends Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis and James Hong bring this adventure/comedy/drama/Kung Fu movie to life. We even get to say welcome back to Short Round from Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom in this. Check out my spoiler-free review!Support the show

The Empire Film Podcast
#514 — Ke Huy Quan, Scott Thompson & Bruce McCulloch

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 121:05


Heck of a week for comebacks on the latest episode of The Empire Podcast. First up, Ke Huy Quan — the iconic Short Round in Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, and Data in The Goonies — tells Chris Hewitt all about why he has ended his long hiatus from acting with the sensational Everything Everywhere All At Once. Then Scott Thompson and Bruce McCulloch, two of the five members of legendary Canadian sketch comedy troupe, The Kids In The Hall, talk to Chris about getting the gang back together for their new series on Prime Video. Then, back in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, John Nugent, and Irish Siri to talk about great movie scenes set in stadiums (or arenas), discuss the week's movie news (including a little bit we recorded on Friday morning), and review Everything Everywhere All At Once, The Quiet Girl, and Vortex. Oh, and Chris makes an impassioned plea that will bring tears to your eyes. Enjoy. TIMESTAMPS! (timings approx.) Intro/Listener Q -- 0:00.00 - 23:15.00 Ke Huy Quan Interview -- 23:16.00 - 42:34.00 Movie News -- 42:34.00 - 1:14:58.00 The Kids In The Hall interview - 1:14:59.00 - 1:31:56.00 Reviews/outro - 1:31:57.00 - end

TechnoRetro Dads
Enjoy Stuff: Anything (and Everything) Goes

TechnoRetro Dads

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 84:40


Turn your Temple of Doom into a Temple of Enjoy as we look at the classic Indy Sequel from 1984. Jovial Jay and Shua share a delicious dinner of monkey brains and eyeball soup on Enjoy Stuff!   Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom wasn't just a gross out movie with dark action that was a catalyst for developing a PG-13 movie rating…it also had Short Round. But really it is an underrated Indy movie with lots of great stuff. And Ke Huy Quan is back in a new movie after being away from Hollywood for a long time.    News Eggo releases Mandalorian waffles! And in other breakfast news, Tropicana Crunch is a new cereal that is intended to be eaten with orange juice instead of milk A trailer for Weird: The Al Yankovic Story has been released and we are on board! What we're Enjoying Jay was inspired by an Enjoy Stuff episode and rewatched The Good Place. It's still a thought-provoking series with humor and great themes. Shua is reading some pulp fiction in the form of a Star Trek novel. ‘The Vulcan Academy Murders” by Jean Lorrah is a goofy, fun Star Trek Murder mystery from 1984.    Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. This week he looks at the 1993 Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes sci-fi movie ‘Demolition Man'.  If for no other reason, you should read this article to find out the secret of the 3 shells. And make sure to check out MCULocationScout.com for some Moon Knight locations and soon, more Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.    Enjoy movies! Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom! The second Indy outing came at an interesting time in Steven Spielberg's and George Lucas's life. They were both dealing with bad relationship breakups and it manifested itself in the darkest Indy story we ever got.    But all that gross out fun and dark themes sure appealed to teenage Jay and teenage Shua. We revisit all the things that we loved about this movie and some interesting trivia.    Short Round was a beloved character that came from this film. Ke Huy Quan owned the role and it looked like he had a long future in Hollywood ahead of him. But other than the Goonies, he all but disappeared from our screens. Now he's back in an A24 film called ‘Everything, Everywhere, All at Once'. It's an impressive performance too, and a wild ride.   What did you think of ‘Temple of Doom'? Was it too dark for your taste? Did you read all the way to the bottom? First person that emails me with the subject line, “No time for love, Dr. Jones” will get a special mention on the show.  Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to podcast@enjoystuff.com

First Street Meat Company
Much Ado About Nothing

First Street Meat Company

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 52:47


Chris and I sit down to chat about, well, nothing in particular. We chat about how work's going, the World Butchers Challenge, and  how Short Round needs to be in the new Indiana Jones movie.

Coffee and Deathsticks
Everything Danny and Kevin Think About Everything Everywhere All at Once

Coffee and Deathsticks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 41:06


Kevin and Danny talk about Everything Everywhere All at Once and the multiplying number of multiverse movies. In between that they discuss nihilism, the careers of both Laurie Strode and Short Round, and life in 2022. Did you get your taxes done on time? Does life have a purpose? How many times can Danny say "This is the best movie I've seen in a while" before we stop believing him? Listen and find out.

Bald Guys & Bad Movies
Bald Guys & Bad Movies Ep 7: Everything Everywhere All At Once

Bald Guys & Bad Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 35:00


In this episode we discuss butt plug racism, the badassery of Short Round and Everything Everywhere All At Once.

FilmFloggers
86. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

FilmFloggers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 54:10


Before listening to us waffle about this 80's classic, do yourself a favour and jump over to a proper show in the form of The Video Vintage Podcast. They are rewatching and reviewing every major film release of the 1980s in chronological order for your amusement! You brave souls! Check them out below, and then maybe come back to this junk. Or not.  Video Vintage Podcast  - https://t.co/9cSmHsqFYnShow NotesWay back when my former co-host & I said many nice things about Raiders of the Lost Ark and how OK the whole experience was. This nonchalant approach seemingly triggered some random Canadian bloke who hasn't stopped talking about it since. That Canadian (did I mention bald?) bloke now calling himself my co-host joins me again as we go for a ride full of screaming sidekicks and oddly glowing CGI. KALI MA!!! Timestamps:(0:00) - Vintage Video Podcast Promo (2:05) - Episode Start (47:00) - Flog Scores(53:10) - Vintage Video Promo, in case you missed it the first timeTopics discussed then thrown straight into a fiery pit include:   Ben gave up his usually jam-packed Friday evening for this. Does anyone want to talk to Ben until they die? Dan's dementia kicks in when remembering Ben's age Dan throws Tom's energy levels under the bus. There are Impressions galore as Dan channels his inner Tom to chat about mincing and sacred stones.Imagine if this whole film was all about the Thugee? Do all Canadian dentists take your 8-year-old to the cinema for you? Is Willie a fish out of water who needs drowning? Who else wished they were a Chinese kid with blocks on their feet listening to Indy bone woman? Does Dan have a photo of Ben on his bedside cabinet? Is this podcast both sinking and crashing? How filthy is Indiana Jones 5 going to be? Dan keeps defending the weird glowing CGI. Is Ben a Minecraft guy?Don't you miss being a bald 8-year-old Canadian kid, free from the worries of racism and xenophobia? Ben calls for more cult chanting & Short Round impressions. Is Ben dour and incapable of having fun? yNzwg02cXZXTn12kTdyjFilmFloggers Episodes - https://filmfloggers.buzzsprout.com/Talk to Ben on Social Media...https://linktr.ee/FilmFloggershttps://www.instagram.com/filmfloggers/https://twitter.com/FilmFloggersGameFloggers Twitch - https://tinyurl.com/sabrbumtDo you want The Sopranos redefined for you? I thought so...https://twitter.com/SopranosRehttps://anchor.fm/sopranos-redefinedHelp Flog the Podcast by Rate and Reviewing! 1 Star content, 5-star effort! Apple iTunes - https://tinyurl.com/268ccs6cPodchaser - https://www.podchaser.com/users/filmfloggersGoodpods - https://goodpods.app.link/gEvDLhAJYibPlease email us your FilmFlog suggestions to - hosts@filmfloggers.com  Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/FilmFloggers)

Josh and Cassie Yell About Movies!
All At Once Everything Everywhere Became the Movie For Our Times

Josh and Cassie Yell About Movies!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 35:43


Hey Movie Listeners!   Walk. Don't run to your nearest movie theater because Everything Everywhere All At Once is not streaming everywhere and its breathtaking combination of Matrix Style universe building with Jackie Chan style martial arts fighting crossed with a real family drama about love and acceptance will make your heart and brain explode into a thousand pieces!   Starring: Michelle Yeoh the legend, Ke Huy Quan ie Short Round from Indiana Jones and Data from The Goonies returning to Hollywood for the first time in 25 years, Stephanie Hsu as the daughter that was wronged and became a giant meanie and tried to destroy the universe, Jamie Lee Curtis in a dialed-in pitch-perfect comic performance and James Hong as the grandfather that didn't accept his daughter or granddaughter for who they were and started this whole mess.   Hosts: Joshua Dudley and Phoebe Lyng Dudley Theme Song by Killy Dwyer Editing by Joshua Dudley Produced by Joshua Dudley Laughs by Phoebe Lyng Dudley   You can find our personal accounts on Twitter if you like @dudleyjoshua and @Phoebelyng  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yellaboutmovies Twitter: https://twitter.com/yellaboutmovies Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yellaboutmovies/

Alternate Ending - Movie Review Podcast
Pass the Popcorn: Everything Everywhere All At Once | Fresh | Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood | Never Have I Ever

Alternate Ending - Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 81:19


This week, Brennan, Carrie, and Mandy get together for a spicy game of movie-themed Never Have I Ever!   But first, in Worth Mentioning, Brennan discusses the bonkers kaleidoscope of Daniels' Everything Everywhere All At Once, Carrie breaks down the cannibalistic horror comedy Fresh, and Mandy waxes nostalgic about Richard Linklater's Apollo 10 1/2. Plus, we learn that Carrie can spot Short Round from a mile away!   ***************************************************************** Love the Podcast? Leave us a review! Other places to follow Alternate Ending. Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Twitter Tim Letterboxd – Rob Letterboxd – Carrie Letterboxd - Brennan Letterboxd Support Alternate Ending and check out our member perks, via our Patreon page!

Feeling Seen
Ke Huy Quan on Returning to Acting

Feeling Seen

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 50:55 Very Popular


As a kid, he was Short Round in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Data in The Goonies. But as he got older, Ke Huy Quan began to feel that there wasn't really a place for him in front of the camera. After decades of telling himself he didn't miss acting, Crazy Rich  Asians made a splash, and Ke began to think that maybe it was time to get back to acting. Ke opens up about all of that, and landing in the perfect threefold role of Waymond, Alpha Waymond, and CEO Waymond in Everything Everywhere All At Once. And then, Jordan has one quick thing about Bend it Like Beckham's 20th anniversary.With Jordan Crucchiola and Ke Huy Quan

Keepers Of The Fringe
Keepers Of The Fringe, Episode 225 – Short Round, Tall Rectangle…Stop Rewarding Mediocrity

Keepers Of The Fringe

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 96:44


Where have the Keepers gone?  Well, it's been a rough couple of weeks for the Keepers, but they are back with a vengeance and they are ready to bring the pain!  Ok…not really…but, they are finally back after a short break for personal stuff (you know how it is) and they are back in top […]

Eye of the Duck
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) with Warren Chao

Eye of the Duck

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 118:44 Very Popular


This week's episode is all about holding many thoughts at once: Is TEMPLE OF DOOM racist? Yes. Is it mean-spirited? Yes. But does Short Round also kick ass? That's what makes this so hard…Joining us today to help wade through the minefield of this film is our old friend Warren Chao!Credits:Eye of the Duck is created, hosted, and produced, by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.This episode was edited by Dom Nero.Our logo was designed by Francesca Volerich, you can purchase her work at society6.com/francescavolerich.If you'd like to advertise with us, or sponsor us, please email: Contact@EyeOfTheDuckPod.com

Tony & Dwight
Jussie's Jams. Read More, Welp Less. Swimmin' with The Wittens. Short Round & Sam Elliott.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 31:01


Popped! With Daniel, Ben and Tanya
Bonus Episode: A Look back at Season 1 of Popped!

Popped! With Daniel, Ben and Tanya

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 97:24


Daniel, Ben and Tanya reflect on the celebrities, friends, and family who joined them as they embarked on their first season of Popped. They share their favorite moments  (and some clips) with Diane Franklin, Jeffrey Weissman, Julie Caitlin-Brown, Patricia Tallman, and Curtis Armstrong as well as recall their Sound Table Guests: Richard Rigoli, Dawud Zafir, Glenn Thayer, Jason Timothy, Julian Riskus, and Terry Lundwall. You'll hear their favorite moments and recollections of their co-hosts Cat Taylor and Susan Wilde. Plus you'll get to hear content that hit the cutting room floor as well as a sneak peak at season 2!Sit back and strap in! or as Short Round once said "Hang on Lady, we going for a ride!"Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=54334782)

Bitch Talk
Everything Everywhere All At Once: Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu and The Daniels

Bitch Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 35:47 Very Popular


The Daniels Everything Everywhere All At Once is 2022's best film. Go see it and tell us it is not. This is the most excited we've been about a major action/sci-fi release in a long time (maybe ever) and we were ecstatic to welcome the lead cast to the mic - Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, and directors  Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. With the Daniels, we get to hear how they met, how they're process was writing this script before and during the Trump presidency, they're very fun fight props, setting the tone on-set and off, how in the hell they got Andre 3000 on the score of this film and a little bitch talking about some of our favorite directors making movies that feel tone deaf. Changing over to the lead cast, Erin talks with Michelle Yeoh about an off camera comment she made to one of the Daniels, Stephanie Hsu talks all about her bad ass wardrobe's while playing villain Jobu Tupaki, and Ke Huy Quan talks about coming back to the big screen after years of feeling invisible in Hollywood. Everything Everywhere All At Once is a complete game changer and so worth seeing in a movie theater. Please head out there while it's out. It's a wild ride that needs to be watched more than once. Thanks for listening!Follow Daniel Kwan on IG  and TwitterFollow the Daniels on Twitter  Follow Michelle Yeoh on IG Follow Ke Huy Quan on IGFollow Stephanie Hsu on IG --Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed and masked!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions 

Godzillavangelists
Godzilla vs. Mothra (ft. Jess Morse): Godzillavangelists Episode 31

Godzillavangelists

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