Earth-2.net: The Show 781
.: 1:15:05 :: 36.5 MB :.
By The Syndicate
31 March 2015 — In an all-singing, all-dancing Hey, Gurlfriend (except only one host ever sings and you can't really see the dancing), Hannah and Will look at the last 15 years of musicals before talking about Into the Woods. Movies are praised, a few are trashed, and did we mention that Will sings at one point? We're sorry about that.
Dread Media 396
.: 2:04:40 :: 60.1 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
30 March 2015 — The March on Full Moon comes to an end in epic style as Desmond and Duane give you a retrospective on the flagship series of Full Moon Entertainment: Puppet Master! Instead of reviewing the films, the hosts cover a variety of topics, awards show style, to run the gamut from 1989's Puppet Master to 2012's Puppet Master X: Axis Rising. Everything from Favorite Character to Hottest Guys and Girls to Best Kills. If you're a fan of Puppet Master, you need to check this out! It wouldn't be an episode of Dread Media without some themed songs: "Puppet Master Theme" by Richard Band, "Master of Puppets" by Metallica, "No Strings Attached" by Valient Thorr, "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" by Trivium, and "The Puppet Master" by King Diamond.
The Edge of Forever 16
.: 1:01:26 :: 29.9 MB :.
By The United Federation of Podcasters
29 March 2015 — Since the last time Dan and Mike recorded, two Star Trek luminaries passed on: the incomparable Leonard Nimoy and visionary producer Harve Bennett. Join the hosts as they pay their respects to these men, then cover two more episodes from the franchise they made the legacy it is today. Those episodes are "The Changeling" (in which Kirk must thwart another super computer) and "Mirror, Mirror" (which sees four members of the crew transported to an alternate reality).
Hey, an Actor!: Arnold Schwarzenegger
.: 2:49:33 :: 71.6 MB :.
By The Brothers Wilson
29 March 2015 — The Brothers Wilson tackle arguably the biggest star yet on Hey, an Actor!: Arnold Schwarzenegger. From the gung-ho action epic Commando to the Ivan Reitman comedy Twins and his most acclaimed film Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Ian and Pandy profile the Austrian bodybuilder, actor, and, bizarrely, elected official. In the podcast's longest episode to date, the hosts introduce two debut features: Improv School and The Heather Graham Time-out. Meanwhile, Pandy's mistaking molten metal for magma draws Ian's ire in relation to their family heritage. And on top of all that, the George Banks jingles return!
Dread Media 395
.: 1:44:55 :: 55.8 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
23 March 2015 — It's the massive penultimate episode of March on Full Moon! First up, Patrick Romandy-Simmons stops by to talk about his career in special effects, including working in the biggest horror franchises of all-time, Rod Steiger getting mad at him, an insane run-in with a celebrity, and his work on Puppet Master. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. steps in to talk about some beast-on-woman love in the remarkably weird Meridian. To close the show, Desmond and Duane take a look at the monks versus demon film Catacombs. Some tunes as well to carry you through your week: "Incalculable Effects" by Propagandhi, "I'm Your Puppet" by Sam & Dave, "Love Like Blood" by Killing Joke, "Released from the Catacombs" by Skeletonwitch, and "Old School Hollywood" by System of a Down.
Earth-2.net: The Show 780
.: 1:19:20 :: 38.4 MB :.
By The Syndicate
21 March 2015 — Answering Mike's call for new segments, Pandy and Christian debut List and Shout!, a semi-serious, semi-subjective look at characters across all of fiction. In this inaugural edition, the hosts rank both their favorite and worst teachers, in addition to the least effective head teachers. Along the way, the hosts discuss sentient rooms from space, give childish names to their Pokemon rivals, and both pan and praise one particular character in equal measure.
A Cure for the Common Podcast: A WWF 1997 Retrospective - Week 08
.: 2:05:47 :: 60.5 MB :.
By Kellen Scrivens and Tom Hemmings
20 March 2015 — "Your challenge has been accepted! ECW is in... the... hooooouuuse!" Yes that's right, it's a very special week for the show as the spotlight is shared between WWF Superstars and a notable local promotion with a diehard attitude and a rabid fanbase. We have Shotgun, Superstars, and a unique edition of Raw from the Manhattan Center in New York City.
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 05.03
.: 2:09:10 :: 62.3 MB :.
By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
19 March 2015 — Dave and Ian are shocked to discover two of the three Street Hawk episodes they watched for this show are actually okay! In "Dog Eat Dog," Jessie must help a pop star who's targeted when she ends up in possession of an incriminating videotape. In "Fire on the Wing," Street Hawk takes on an ultralight that is firebombing warehouses as part of a protection racket. And in "Chinatown Memories," Jessie is asked by an old girlfriend to help her fiancé who has stolen a valuable artifact from the Chinese Tong. They also discuss which episode is a poor attempt at a retread of Casablanca, Rachel finally being given something to do, and Ian discovers the joys of "The Safety Dance."
Big Damn Heroes 88
.: 1:44:45 :: 50.8 MB :.
By Hannah Krueger and Will Ackerman
18 March 2015 — It's episode 88, and The Heroes have finally reached The Avengers! How many tangents do they go off on? How many plot holes do they accidentally stumble into? Does the movie hold up as well as it did when it first came out? And how does it compare to Whedon's other work? Join Will and Hannah as they assemble for Avengers!
Earth-2.net: The Show 779
.: 51:30 :: 25.2 MB :.
By The Syndicate
17 March 2015 — It's time for Mike to stumble his way through the Previews catalog!
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