Tranquil Tirades 40:
Transformers - Age of Extinction
.: 3:51:49 :: 121.5 MB :.
By Damien Wilkens and James Deaux
26 February 2015 — In an episode that was apparently destined to happen, your revived hosts tackle their fourth Transformers movie: Age of Extinction. Any hopes that it would be better (or even shorter) than the previous were soon dashed, as yet another episode record has been broken. Join The Real Protagonists as they discuss more vapid characters, bad humor, and downright infuriating moments.
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 05.02
.: 2:00:50 :: 58.3 MB :.
By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
24 February 2015 — After surviving the pilot episode, Ian and Dave dive into three episodes of Street Hawk. In "A Second Self," the head of a carjacking ring swears vengeance when his brother is killed after Street Hawk foils a car theft. He hires a driver to help trap and kill Street Hawk who just happens to be two-time Academy Award winner George Clooney. In "The Adjuster," Street Hawk breaks up a jewelry smuggling ring, but, when the fence escapes, Jessie must partner with violent New York cop Joe Cannon who has an agenda of his own. And in "Vegas Run," Jessie and Norman help a Las Vegas showgirl who is due to testify against the mob. Can Street Hawk get her to the courthouse safely? They also discuss Street Hawk's habit of murdering people, Jessie Mach's dating tips, and, of course, the return of Rex Smith's acting masterclass.
Earth-2.net: The Show 778
.: 1:40:15 :: 48.5 MB :.
By The Syndicate
24 February 2015 — Dan and Wendee deliver their report of Arisia 2015. Along the way the topic diverts to such things as the uselessness of shadowcasting television programs and fans who are douchenozzles.
Hey, an Actor!:
.: 2:30:36 :: 63.6 MB :.
By The Brothers Wilson
23 February 2015 — Julianne Moore just won the Best Actress Oscar, and, as we all know, this is solely due to her getting the rub of publicity from this month's edition of Hey, an Actor! Her body of work leading up to this shining moment includes: worthy ensemble drama Boogie Nights, sci-fi comedy Evolution, and the 2013 version of Carrie. The latter, of course, is the podcast's very first remake, let alone horror movie. Cynical, downer hosts would suggest these films being lesser versions of Orgazmo, Ghostbusters, and Matilda, but Ian and Pandy beg to differ whilst striving to entertain with impromptu kazoo playing, the invention of new words, and recollections of Ian's sordid past in Canada. Also, The Orgs grace the podcast to mount a defense of Nacho Libre.
Dread Media 391
.: 1:34:46 :: 45.7 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
23 February 2015 — This week is a barrage of craziness! First off, Darryll and Desmond discuss the finer points of the recent careers of C. Thomas Howell and Judd Nelson. They also provide some solid inspirational quotes for you to live by in their review of Bigfoot Wars. Desmond goes solo on a review of Jeff Strand's brand new novella Facial. Devil Dinosaur Jr. calls in some feedback about his own experience with home-invasions, and Richard the Monster Movie Kid breaks in the brand new voicemail number (posted below)! Audio additions as follows: "More Arms Than Courage" by Todd Glass, "Waking the Giants" by Carthage, "Satan is Real / Straight to Hell" by Hank Williams III, "I'll Bite Your Face Off" by Alice Cooper, and "Full Moon" by Atmosphere.
Earth-2.net: The Show 777
.: 46:35 :: 22.9 MB :.
By The Syndicate
17 February 2015 — Mike puts a call out for new segments, then he reads through the February edition of Previews. This episode brought to you by Cool, Refreshing Water.
Dread Media 390
.: 1:37:20 :: 46.9 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
16 February 2015 — Happy Valentine's Day, Dreadites! Whether you have a Valentine or not, this week's episode is sure to tickle your fancy. First up, there's trouble in paradise as young lovers enter a house late at night... and review the film The Strangers. There's a brand new Stay Scary where Devil Dinosaur Jr. tells us why he's a Death Machine, and he don't work for nobody but us. Also, Desmond goes solo on Zombie Killers: Elephant's Graveyard. There's nothing romantic about that. Of course, we provide a bevy of beautiful love songs for you as well: "Valentine's Day" by The Dollyrots, "Safe Home (acoustic)" by Anthrax, "Shards of Love" by Woods of Ypres, "My Bloody Valentine" by The Browns, and "I Want To Know What Love Is" by Crowbar Abortion.
Earth-2.net: The Show 776
.: 43:05 :: 21.2 MB :.
By The Syndicate
14 February 2015 — For as long as there have been games, there have been tie-ins to other media. In this TV 101, Will takes a look at some of them, both video- and board-based. Some are good, some are bad, some are just bizarre. Also: terrible Dave Coulier jokes, a theory on how Donna Martin graduated, and inappropriate behavior from the Desperate Housewives.
Big Damn Heroes 86
.: 1:37:53 :: 47.3 MB :.
By Hannah Krueger and Will Ackerman
11 February 2015 — Will and Hannah are taking a trip to a Cabin in the Woods! Just how meta can this movie get? What interesting connections does it have to the larger Whedonverse, and to a wider universe beyond that? Who is Kevin? And what is the monster at the end of the movie? Listen to find out!
The Edge of Forever 15
.: 1:35:22 :: 46.2 MB :.
By The United Federation of Podcasters
10 February 2015 — Season two of Star Trek begins with Spock getting the worst case of blue balls ("Amok Time"), and a god wanting Kirk to bow before him ("Who Mourns for Adonais?"). Also: Mike invents a T-shirt that should never be made, Dan proposes an addition to the stats, and Mike learns you can't dig up.
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