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  • 00:35

    #071: The LEGO Batman Movie: An Interview with Director Chris McKay!!

    in Books

    Everything is AWESOME this week because your host Londyn and co-host/producer Mason Booker are joined by the one and only Chris McKay, director of Warner Bros. latest Batman cinematic film "The LEGO Batman Movie" out this Friday, February 10th! Londyn chats with Chris about his first memories of Batman from the tv show Super Friends to Frank Miller's 'Batman: The Dark Knight Return', how he became involved with projects such as Robot Chicken and Moral Orel and his time spent on directing both 2014's 'The LEGO Movie' and 2017's 'The LEGO Batman Movie'! Listen in as Chris tells us what were his inspirations for creating the Batman mythology we see in the film, Londyn's promising film debut in the future LEGO universe and why 'The LEGO Batman Movie' is fun for both young and old Batman fans! All on this exciting episode presented by Meltdown Comics!
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    This weeks guest:
    Chris McKay!!!
    TW: @buddboetticher
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    Produced by Mason Booker
    Engineered by Mason Booker
    Theme music by ROYALTYFREEMUSIC

  • 01:09

    Shoot the (Re)Boot - Friday the 13th (2009) - CBP079

    in Film

    The early 2000s was a good time in terms of horror franchise reboots. Texas Chainsaw Massacre came back in 2003, Amityville Horror was back in 2005, Rob Zombie's Halloween reboot came out in 2007, and the Nightmare on Elm Street reboot came out in 2010, For us, though, it's the Friday the 13th reboot that had us excited in 2009. It had been almost 7 years since Freddy vs Jason, with no realistic way to continue the storyline of the previous 11 films, so writers Shannon and Swift settled on a reimagining. It was directed by Marcus Nispel, who is kind of known for reboots and reimaginings like the aforementioned TCM, Frankenstien, and Conan.
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  • 02:05

    Episode 1: The Night Stalker (1972)

    in Film

    Reporter Carl Kolchak's first reported encounter with the supernatural, The Night Stalker, was broadcast on January 11, 1972 to jaw-dropping ratings. 
    Chris Stachiw and Mike White discuss The Night Stalker and the character of Carl Kolchak (Darren McGavin). Based on a book by Jeff Rice and adapted by Richard Matheson (I Am Legend), the made-for-TV movie was produced by Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows) and directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. 
    Special Guest:  Professor Mark Dawidziak, author of The Night Stalker: A 25th Anniversary Tribute. Visit Mark Dawidziak's blog Buy Mark Dawidziak's Everything I Need to Know I Learned in the Twilight Zone: A Fifth-Dimension Guide to Life Visit The Kolchak Tapes Facebook page Visit Kulture Shocked for more Chris Stachiw Visit The Projection Booth for more Mike White Subscribe to The Kolchak Tapes on iTunes Music by John Walker, Robert Cobert, Gil Milles

  • 00:54

    #066: Dian Bachar, Character Actor Extraordinaire!

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    Dian Bachar is this generation's Dick Miller, having turned in scene-stealing performances in many geek-loved films like Orgasmo, Baseketball, and Galaxy Quest. An early collaborator of South Park's Matt Stone & Trey Parker, Dian reveals the secrets of a success as a comedic actor with a very specific fan base on this episode of  Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
    This Week’s Guest:
    Dian Bachar
    TW: @DianBachar
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    Twitter: @PodSeq
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    Produced by Mason Booker
    Engineered by Matt Kennedy
    Theme music “Rumble” provided by www.Bensound.com

  • 01:01

    Episode 052 - Best and Worst Day

    in Film

    Doctor Strange, Arrival Review, and an ending to our baby story
    Nerd Nuptial is back and we have an hour long episode this week where we discuss the home video releases of Marvel's Doctor Strange and Paramount's Arrival. 
    Watching these two movies came after trying to arrive at a new normal with the birth of Ripley. We open the show with an ending to our baby story and how we are adjusting to being new nerd parents. 

  • 00:54

    Issue 053: The Umbara Arc

    in Film

    The Umbara Arc.
    As The Clone Wars series progressed, the gathering darkness of the Star Wars galaxy was explored in more depth. With this essential world building we saw many incremental movements toward the chaos that would mark the opening shot of Revenge of the Sith.
    Join Jedi Masters Matthew Rushing and John Mills as they focus on the “Umbara” arc in particular from the fourth season of The Clone Wars, and explore what it told us about what was happening, what was to come, and how the galaxy was never going to be the same again.
    Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing
    Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNerdParty/  Email: an@thenerdparty.com Subscribe in iTunes

  • 01:18

    Shitty Watchmen Round Table

    in Writing

    Dave Baker is joined by Chuck Kerr, Colby Bluth and Emilie Vo to talk about Shitty Watchmen!

  • 00:42

    Chapter 007: The Sorting Hat

    in Books

    The Sorting Hat.
    Harry Potter has finally made it to Hogwarts but standing in his way is a hat, waiting to sort him into a house.
    In this episode of Owl Post: A Harry Potter Podcast hosts Andrea Coffman and Matthew Rushing talk about the seventh chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. We discuss the reasons behind the sorting, Harry's fear, meeting the ghosts, the song, comparisons to the Dursleys, connections with the future, latent talents, subtle discrimination and so much more. 
    Hosts Andrea Coffman and Matthew Rushing
    Send us your feedback! Twitter: @JoinNerdParty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenerdparty Email: http://www.thenerdparty.com/contact Subscribe in iTunes

  • 00:21

    Ep 01: What You Wish For

    in Performing Arts

    At the opening reception of an art exhibition, Bjorn meets the woman of his dreams—in addition to his wife, that is…

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  • 00:09

    Legends of Tomorrow 2x10 - The Legion of Doom | Recap & Review

    in Art

    SPOILERS/NSFW - DC on SCREEN #310 Legends of Tomorrow 2x10 - The Legion of Doom | Recap & Review
    This episode we get to see things from the Legion of Doom’s perspective, and the in-fighting is rampant.  Darhk and Merlyn can’t get any secrets out of Film School Rip because there are none to be had.  His brain has literally been reprogrammed.  This failure annoys Eobard, who admonishes them as he would henchmen.  Fed up with the sidekick treatment, Merlyn and Darhk trap Eobard in a vault and demand to be treated as equals.  It works, because it turns out the watch Eobard has been looking at is telling him how long he has before the Black Racer shows up to snag his soul.  After Eobard agrees to their demands, they use a similar trick to trap the Black Racer and make an escape.  Having bought some time, the trio head back with the prize of Rip’s safety deposit box, which is a memory disk.  They use it to reprogram Rip again, this time making him an assassin.  Meanwhile, Stein and Ray need help sciencing something and Stein calls in the foremost expert he can think of.  His daughter, Lily.  She’s a big fan of the Waverider, even if Sara is a little peeved she’s been brought there, but she does in fact help Ray plug Gideon up to a thousands-year-old amulet, which will hopefully help them find the rest of the spear of destiny before the Legion of Doom.  Unfortunately, Mick lets slip that she’s an aberration and Stein has to face the music on his feelings about having a daughter and Lily’s past.  

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