08.25.13 — Sunday Podcast Roundup: Films

sunday-podcast-roundup-mastheadThis roundup focuses on some of my favourite film-related podcasts! The guys at Attack of the Killer podcast continue their two-part retrospective of director George A. Romero; the Horror Movie Podcast site is finally re-releasing episodes of the short-lived but fantastic Horror Metropolis podcast from last year; and Johnny at Krueger Nation continues his awesome retrospective of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Wrong Turn franchises! And that’s just for starters!

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08.25.13 — Sunday Podcast Roundup: General Interest

sunday-podcast-roundup-mastheadThis podcast roundup focuses on some of my favourite general interest shows! 99% Invisible podcast talks about the revolutionary ad campaign that brought New York City back to life in the ’70s; Airline Pilot Guy looks at recent flight-related news, including the B-1 bomber crash in Montana; and the Nature podcast looks at how future babies may be grown directly from our skin cells (ewww!).

Oh, by the way, I’ll upload my Film podcast roundups later today!

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Spotlight on Creep Creepersin’s ‘THE DAILY CREEP’

creepersin-cast-masthead2THIS JUST IN — Creep Creepersin has started a daily ‘news’-cast called, appropriately enough, ‘The DAILY CREEP’!

Hey, bunky! Are you tired of all the silliness and bald-faced lies you get from them darn liberal and right-wing media outlets? Well, sure you are! So why not save some time and have all those same lies pre-chewed and then spoon-fed to you by the irreverent mad genius, Creep Creepersin?

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08.18.13 — Sunday Podcast Roundup

sunday-podcast-roundup-mastheadThis week on the Sunday Podcast Roundup, Roman Mars of the 99% Invisible Podcast tells you where to find the best beer in the world; Captain Jeff of Airline Pilot Guy reports on rogue spiders attacking air traffic controllers; and Chris Kenneally of Beyond the Book gets the details on the 166-million-dollar settlement in the big e-book price-fixing case — and how you may be entitled to some of it!

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Link Problem Fixed!

Hi all,
If you tried to access the websites I reviewed in yesterday’s podcast roundup, you may have noticed that some links didn’t actually take you anywhere!
I apologize for that — I’m getting used to the new WordPress link manager, which is awesome, but also challenging for neo-Luddites such as myself  }o]_
Anyway, they’re all fixed now, so thank you for your patience, and I hope you enjoy this great collection of new shows!
Sean

08.11.13 — Sunday Podcast Roundup

sunday-podcast-roundup-mastheadThis week’s Sunday podcast roundup offers something for everyone: Terror Troop podcast celebrates Shark Week 2013 with some great shark-related news and reviews; Grammar Girl gives Victoria’s Secret a dressing-down over a major typo in a recent print ad; author Anthony Bruno joins Movie Podcast Weekly to talk about his strange experience creating a novelization based on the movie, Se7en; and that’s just for starters! Plus, there’s a fresh, new face in the group as I add the fascinating 99 Percent Invisible podcast to my list of too-cool-to-miss shows!

Enjoy  🙂

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08.04.13 — Sunday Podcast Roundup

sunday-podcast-roundup-mastheadThis week, the Sunday roundup contains all kinds of podcast-ey goodness: Nature tells you why only one in three people on earth can drink milk; 100 Years of Horror takes you back to 1959, when director William Castle used Percepto technology to shock theatre audiences out of their seats; Grammar Girl explains why some people feel entitled to say things like ‘we are not amused’ without being ironic! And that’s just for starters — enjoy!

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Movie Podcast Weekly 42 — Laremy Legel and Pacific Rim

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“Give me 200 directors with a million-dollar budget, and maybe 50 of those films will be awesome, as opposed to one bloated, giant monstrosity that no one really wanted to see.” — Laremy Legel, describing 200 ways in which The Lone Ranger might have been improved.

In this spotlight, film critic and author Laremy Legel joins co-hosts Jason Pyle, Karl Huddleston, and Andy Howell of MOVIE PODCAST WEEKLY for a lively and wide-ranging discussion of films and the film industry. Eventually, of course, it devolves into a bitter, bare-knuckle brawl as Jason defends the new del Toro film, Pacific Rim, from, well, everybody else. Then Josh Ligairi drops by for the show’s mini-review segment and talks about eight freakin’ movies before he turns the mic over to someone else! In other words, it’s a typically awesome episode  🙂

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