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In this, our fourth pop culture extravaganza, Chaplain Batman's Whiz Bang Radio returns to the world of James Bond. There will be plenty of music and triva. Prizes right now: The Sean Connery 007 Collection, Vol. 1 (2 disc remastered/restored ultimate editions of Dr. No (`1962), From Russia with Love (1963) and Goldfinger (19640) and the 2 disc remastered/restored ultimate edition of Thunderball (1965). You won't want to miss this really great show. My co-host Jeff Gafford are going all out on this one because the world is not enough!
Dean Haglund shares news of his weekly pay-per-laughs improv show where he performs an expisode of “The X-Files” live on-stage in Sydney. Phil Leirness reports on his visit to the restored, remodeled and re-opened Los Angeles landmark Clifton’s Cafeteria. Phil then gets on a soapbox about the true purpose of Thanksgiving and the true meaning of gratitude. A legend of Japanese cinema is remembered. A classic of sci-fi cinema is celebrated … And then, your friends in podcasting rush headlong into “the season of self-congratulation”, a time when award-hopeful movies are released en masse and award nominations and film critic top ten lists are announced almost daily. This week, award hopefuls like “Bridge of Spies”, “The Danish Girl” and “The Big Short” and box office blockbusters like “Spectre” are discussed and the Spirit Award nominations (for the best in independent film) are analyzed.
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We're talking all about James Bond with a real Brit! Simon Rice joins us to talk about the coolest spy ever. He knows what he's talking about, because he talks with a brittish accent ... it also makes him funnier and cooler than us. We're also talking about Christmas cartoons, movies and TV specials because it's nearly upon us and that freaks us out a bit. So, spike the egg nog and get a fire going. Good times are ahead, fa sho!