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Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on April 08, 2011, 06:39:33 AM
I like Doug Loves Movies and Sklarbro Country.  They are pretty consistently good. 
HENDERSON!!!!!


Another vote for Sklarbro.

Also, DEFINITELY check out How Did This Get Made.  It's hilarious.

Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on April 08, 2011, 06:44:00 AM
I work alone and unsupervised in a noisy room, so I listen to lots and lots of podcasts. 

For films, I think Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo's film reviews are probably the best listen, though it is incredibly English. 
Old Time Radio is a nice collection of radio dramas and plays (broken up into categories) from the 50s and earlier.
Comedy Death Ray is a great improv/comedy show sprinkled nicely with comedy songs.
If you like John Oliver, he has a podcast called The Bugle which is just as topical and hilarious as anything he's done on the Daily Show.  I think it might even be the thing that got him the job on that show.
Anything on the SModcast network is worth a listen to.
Giantbomb is the best games podcast, though I quite like Joystiq's too.

Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Artie on April 08, 2011, 07:18:47 AM
House to Astonish - Two British guys discussing comics news, reviews, and fun segment where they try to rehabilitate forgotten characters from the Marvel Universe.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kete on April 08, 2011, 07:50:35 AM
HENDERSON!!!!!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on April 08, 2011, 07:53:24 AM
 :highfive:
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: spaceforarent on April 08, 2011, 11:12:20 AM
I just started listening to my first podcast, Dad's Garage Radio. It features Amber Nash (Pam from Archer), Lucky Yates (Dr. Krieger from Archer), and Mike Schatz (Emory from ATHF). Only listened to the two latest episodes but it's been pretty entertaining.
http://dadsgarageradio.com/?paged=3
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kenjifujima on May 18, 2011, 06:54:18 PM
Marvel Universe.  :clap:
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: stansimpson on May 18, 2011, 07:57:47 PM
Wait.... wasn't there a podcast thread somewhere else?  Oh well.

I listen to This American Life, The Moth, TED Talks and the SModcast Network (SModcast, Jay & Silent Bob Get Old, and Hollywood Babble-On).  I used to listen to the IFC Podcast, but that's discontinued. Oh! And The Tobolowsky Files. Some of the most heartfelt and entertaining stories I've heard. Stephen Tobolowsky and Kevin Smith are better orators than they are in movies.  Honorable mention: Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me.

And RadioLab (http://www.radiolab.org/series/podcasts/) is the greatest podcast ever. If you disagree, it's only because you haven't heard it [/snob].  Do yourself a favor, take the risk, and check out an episode (helpful hint: find the hour-long ones; you will wonder why you hadn't heard of it before).
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Dim of the Yard on May 19, 2011, 01:29:59 PM
I've got a few I listen to. I love Marc Maron's WTF? and Chris Hardwick's Nerdist, especially. I just seem to like meta discussions of comedy or various nerd things, and these two fill that need almost perfectly.

Another podcast I'm really starting to get into is Earwolf's How Did This Get Made? Long, hilarious discussions about bad movies? Hell to the yes!

And I swear I'm not mentioning this to kiss up to a certain mod: Conor's Citation Needed podcast is hilarious. I never knew how entertaining a skit based around a questionable Wikipedia entry could be. The guests on the show don't hurt, either.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Thrashalla on May 26, 2011, 06:07:25 PM
My current list:

The Joe Rogan Experience (http://www.joerogan.net/) - Stoner comics in a circle talking about comedy and absolutely everything else you can imagine. Like Joe's standup? You'll like the podcast.

Stuff You Should Know (http://science.howstuffworks.com/stuff-you-should-know-podcast.htm) - Two REALLY nerdy guys tackle a new topic every episode and give you the basics on a huge range of topics.

Writing Excuses (http://www.writingexcuses.com/) - Brandon Sanderson, Dan Wells, and Howard Taylor take 15 mins each week to talk about the writing process and often go into editing and publishing tips.

I Should Be Writing (http://isbw.murlafferty.com/) - The host is a bit of a downer sometimes, but the interviews are usually great and give you a glimpse into the writing process of people currently being published.

Adventures in Sci-Fi Publishing (http://www.adventuresinscifipublishing.com/) - See above

The History of Rome (http://thehistoryofrome.typepad.com/) - Exactly as the description states. One dude, going through the entire history of the Roman Republic/Empire chronologically.

Dan Carlin -Hardcore History (http://dancarlin.com/) - Only updated every 45 days or so, but the show is well researched and produced. They're currently 5 parts into a 6 part series on the fall of the Roman Republic.

I just found the Joe Rogan one about a month ago so I'm really listening to that one a lot.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Thrifty on May 27, 2011, 07:22:21 AM
Wait.... wasn't there a podcast thread somewhere else?  Oh well.

I listen to This American Life, The Moth, TED Talks and the SModcast Network (SModcast, Jay & Silent Bob Get Old, and Hollywood Babble-On).  I used to listen to the IFC Podcast, but that's discontinued. Oh! And The Tobolowsky Files. Some of the most heartfelt and entertaining stories I've heard. Stephen Tobolowsky and Kevin Smith are better orators than they are in movies.  Honorable mention: Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me.

And RadioLab (http://www.radiolab.org/series/podcasts/) is the greatest podcast ever. If you disagree, it's only because you haven't heard it [/snob].  Do yourself a favor, take the risk, and check out an episode (helpful hint: find the hour-long ones; you will wonder why you hadn't heard of it before).

RadioLab is okay, but I hate that thing they do where they'll have the interview subject say something, and then Jad immediately say the same thing afterword.  It's so irritating.

Interviewee: "So then when I opened the door, I found"
Jad: "But when he opened the door he found".

I can't remember if it's the same sequence, but they do that ALL THE TIME.

Also, when they do astrophysics shows, I really hate those.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Conor on May 27, 2011, 08:40:27 AM

And I swear I'm not mentioning this to kiss up to a certain mod: Conor's Citation Needed podcast is hilarious. I never knew how entertaining a skit based around a questionable Wikipedia entry could be. The guests on the show don't hurt, either.

Hey, thanks so much Dim. I'm glad to hear you've been enjoying it.  So far they've been really fun to put together, and have gotten a pretty good response.  Having talented friends never hurts either, in addition to Mike, Kevin, Bill and Sean lending their talents, Paul of Paul and Storm was on the last one and Josh Fruhlinger, The Comics Curmudgeon was on an ep as well.

If anyone else wants to check it out, here's a link to a page with all the eps and a RSS link:  http://citationneeded.tumblr.com/thepodcast
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Starman! on May 27, 2011, 11:31:30 AM
I've been listening to Plus One Per Diem and Jay and Silent Bob Get Jobs a lot now too.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: stansimpson on May 27, 2011, 09:15:46 PM
RadioLab is okay, but I hate that thing they do where they'll have the interview subject say something, and then Jad immediately say the same thing afterword.  It's so irritating.
Haha... that is rather excessive when he does that.

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Also, when they do astrophysics shows, I really hate those.
Why?
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Artie on May 28, 2011, 05:44:09 AM
After being on Pop My Culture I've really gotten into The Long Shot Podcast.  Though I can't decide if Eddie Pepitone's laughter is enjoyable or incredibly irritating. 
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Thrifty on May 31, 2011, 12:01:06 PM
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Also, when they do astrophysics shows, I really hate those.
Why?
I can't really articulate why.  I seem to remember that they get too much into the idea of multiple-universes, and it gets all philosophical and shit.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: radfordjoe on November 14, 2011, 08:22:14 PM
I like this is forum heresy, but my buddy and I started a podcast a while ago and I'm trying to get some ears on it. As an AVID Rifftrax fan I though I'd see if the group around here would give us a listen, read some of the ramblings on our blog and give us some feedback. If you're interested head on over to our site http://spoileralertpodcast.blogspot.com/ (http://spoileralertpodcast.blogspot.com/). Thanks guys!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: stansimpson on November 14, 2011, 08:40:43 PM
I like this is forum heresy, but my buddy and I started a podcast a while ago and I'm trying to get some ears on it. As an AVID Rifftrax fan I though I'd see if the group around here would give us a listen, read some of the ramblings on our blog and give us some feedback. If you're interested head on over to our site http://spoileralertpodcast.blogspot.com/ (http://spoileralertpodcast.blogspot.com/). Thanks guys!
Do you guys ever mention RiffTrax?
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: radfordjoe on November 15, 2011, 09:35:47 AM
We do actually...not in this most recent one, but the last few I think. I can't get through many conversations without mentioning rifftrax.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on November 15, 2011, 01:31:21 PM
I work completely unsupervised and alone for over 40 hour work weeks, so I have plenty of time for podcasts.  Here's the list:

The ABC's of SNL
Answer Me This!
The Apple Sisters
The Bugle
Channel Surfing
Comedy Bang Bang
Desert Island Discs
ESPN: Baseball Today
Football Weekly
Friday Night Comedy from BBC Radio 4
Giant Bombast
The History of Rome
A History of the World in 100 Objects
Hollywood Babble-On
How Did This Get Made?
HPPodcraft
Idle Thumbs
DVD Digigods
Jay & Silent Bob Get Old
The Joystiq Podcast
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
Mark Kermode & Simon Mayo's Film Reviews
Mike Detective
Plus One
The Pod F Tompkast
Pop My Culture Podcast
Professor Blastoff
Skeptoid
Smart Wrestling Fan
The Smartest Man in the World
SModcast
Tell 'em Steve-Dave!
The Tobolowsky Files
Uhh Yeah Dead
Video Games Hot Dog
Watch out for Fireballs!
Who Charted?
WNYC's Radiolab

Note - Some I haven't listened to in a long while.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kete on November 15, 2011, 01:36:57 PM
I work completely unsupervised and alone for over 40 hour work weeks, so I have plenty of time for podcasts.  Here's the list:

What do you think is the best podcast for movies?  Something that focuses on new releases with occasional discussion of older films?  I like Doug Loves Movies, but wouldn't mind something that focused a little more on movies.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on November 15, 2011, 01:46:24 PM
I work completely unsupervised and alone for over 40 hour work weeks, so I have plenty of time for podcasts.  Here's the list:

What do you think is the best podcast for movies?  Something that focuses on new releases with occasional discussion of older films?  I like Doug Loves Movies, but wouldn't mind something that focused a little more on movies.

I like Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo's film reviews, though it's just an archived version of the radio show that's on every week.  It's also English, so the release dates will be out of whack with the US stuff. 

Digigods is quite good too, reviewing all of the DVDs released that week.  They're both LA film critics and have a nice rapport.

There was an old, and I think now defunct podcast called Cinemaslave that I used to like.  The releases of the show became so infrequent though, that it was a little depressing.

I've tried Doug Loves Movies, but never really took to it.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: stansimpson on November 15, 2011, 02:15:48 PM
I work completely unsupervised and alone for over 40 hour work weeks, so I have plenty of time for podcasts.  Here's the list:

What do you think is the best podcast for movies?  Something that focuses on new releases with occasional discussion of older films?  I like Doug Loves Movies, but wouldn't mind something that focused a little more on movies.
I think Filmspotting is very good, and maybe the best I've heard. The two are from Chicago and have very good retention for older films and shedding light on some obscure gems whilst reviewing that week's opening movie (sometimes it's a blockbuster or an indie, depending on how much talk there is surrounding it).
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on November 15, 2011, 02:23:58 PM
I work completely unsupervised and alone for over 40 hour work weeks, so I have plenty of time for podcasts.  Here's the list:

What do you think is the best podcast for movies?  Something that focuses on new releases with occasional discussion of older films?  I like Doug Loves Movies, but wouldn't mind something that focused a little more on movies.
I think Filmspotting is very good, and maybe the best I've heard. The two are from Chicago and have very good retention for older films and shedding light on some obscure gems whilst reviewing that week's opening movie (sometimes it's a blockbuster or an indie, depending on how much talk there is surrounding it).

I never really liked Filmspotting or the Slashfilm Cast, though I have a weird problem about listening to people younger than I am. 
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on November 15, 2011, 03:48:19 PM
Walking The Room is like a trainwreck that I can't stop listening to.   :D
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Starman! on November 16, 2011, 04:27:15 AM
All of the podcasts I listen to are SModcast Network shows, except for The Kevin and Bean show.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: ScottotD on November 26, 2011, 05:46:42 AM
In order of my excitement:

Nerdist
Art of Wrestling
Doug Loves Movies
Smodcast
Comedy Film Nerds
Never Not Funny
Girl on Guy
Grizzly Bear Egg Cafe
The Thrilling Adventure Hour
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on November 26, 2011, 10:43:44 AM
In order of my excitement:

Nerdist

I've tried the Nerdist, and while they have great guests, they always feel like they're trying too hard.  I like Chris Hardwicke when he guests on Comedy Bang Bang, though.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kete on December 01, 2011, 11:00:18 AM
I work completely unsupervised and alone for over 40 hour work weeks, so I have plenty of time for podcasts.  Here's the list:

What do you think is the best podcast for movies?  Something that focuses on new releases with occasional discussion of older films?  I like Doug Loves Movies, but wouldn't mind something that focused a little more on movies.
I think Filmspotting is very good, and maybe the best I've heard. The two are from Chicago and have very good retention for older films and shedding light on some obscure gems whilst reviewing that week's opening movie (sometimes it's a blockbuster or an indie, depending on how much talk there is surrounding it).

Wow, Filmspotting fits my request almost exactly.  Thanks for the recommendation!  I've listened to about 6 episodes and I really like it.  I think there are two issues, though:
1) I wanted more in depth discussion about the movies, but I wasn't thinking about the spoiler aspect.  They don't give away many plot points, but I do like to see a movie knowing almost nothing.  I think I just need to listen to the movie discussion only after I've seen the movie.
2) Adam is a bit pretentious.  When he forms his top 5 lists, it seems like he purposely picks movies that will make him seem smarter.  I enjoy the love for old movies, but when your top 5 list includes all movies from the 40s that even Robert Osborne doesn't know, you're reaching a bit too much.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: stansimpson on December 01, 2011, 03:59:35 PM
I work completely unsupervised and alone for over 40 hour work weeks, so I have plenty of time for podcasts.  Here's the list:

What do you think is the best podcast for movies?  Something that focuses on new releases with occasional discussion of older films?  I like Doug Loves Movies, but wouldn't mind something that focused a little more on movies.
I think Filmspotting is very good, and maybe the best I've heard. The two are from Chicago and have very good retention for older films and shedding light on some obscure gems whilst reviewing that week's opening movie (sometimes it's a blockbuster or an indie, depending on how much talk there is surrounding it).

Wow, Filmspotting fits my request almost exactly.  Thanks for the recommendation!  I've listened to about 6 episodes and I really like it.  I think there are two issues, though:
1) I wanted more in depth discussion about the movies, but I wasn't thinking about the spoiler aspect.  They don't give away many plot points, but I do like to see a movie knowing almost nothing.  I think I just need to listen to the movie discussion only after I've seen the movie.
2) Adam is a bit pretentious.  When he forms his top 5 lists, it seems like he purposely picks movies that will make him seem smarter.  I enjoy the love for old movies, but when your top 5 list includes all movies from the 40s that even Robert Osborne doesn't know, you're reaching a bit too much.
Glad ya like it!  ;D
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: stansimpson on December 17, 2011, 11:26:58 PM
Running low on podcast material is a mixed blessing. It's sad when I'm all caught up on my favorite ones, but fantastic when I discover what look to be gems on other, newer (to me) shows. Just downloaded 20hrs' worth tonight. I listen to almost a minimum of 2hrs a day. Which means when I fly out to L.A. on Saturday, I may actually be caught up!  :speechless: ;) And, for discussion's sake, I downloaded back episodes of Pop My Culture, Marc Maron's WTF, Star Talk (Neil DeGrasse Tyson? Yes please!), and I'll be hearing my first non-Weird Al Nerdist eps as well. Man, I am a comedy nerd, ain't I?

EDIT: I just discovered a Mike Nelson interview from We Hate Movies podcast! Also one with Stephen Tobolowsky! Woo!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: ScottotD on December 18, 2011, 12:35:21 AM
Thanks to everyone who mentioned Bugle, it's glorious!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on December 18, 2011, 03:54:40 AM
Thanks to everyone who mentioned Bugle, it's glorious!

And it just got released by The Times (presumably for some of the things they were saying about Murdoch on it).  They're looking in to doing somewhere else, or by other means, so I don't think it will go away.  Fingers crossed.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Conor on February 18, 2012, 11:36:34 AM
If you haven't checked out the [Citation Needed] podcast that I do, there's a lot more episodes now, and I just put out the newest one yesterday. Lots of skits, with appearances from Sean, Mike, Kevin, Bill, Paul Sabourin of Paul and Storm, Josh Fruhlinger (The Comics Curmudgeon) and Paul F. Tompkins. Enjoy some Wikipedia based nonsense this weekend!

http://citationneeded.tumblr.com/thepodcast
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on July 24, 2012, 07:07:38 AM
Josh Way has a new podcast out.  It's pretty interesting stuff & I highly recommend it.

http://book.joshway.com/

Yes, it's about the Bible. But it's a non-preachy look at the Bible.  You definitely don't have to be a Christian to listen to it.

Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: ScottotD on July 24, 2012, 07:42:35 AM
Dan Harmon's live show 'Harmontown' is now a podcast
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on September 01, 2012, 11:00:47 AM
If you want to hear an interview with Joel Hodgson, there's a great interview that occurred on the Nerdist recently.  Includes some MSt3k info I've never heard before (like the origin of the shape of the Satellite of Love, which proves Trace is a genius), his work on Trashed and his short-lived show TV Wheel.

Also, he's finally watching the Mike, Kevin and Bill episodes on Netflix and is laughing his ass off (his words).
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on October 24, 2012, 12:39:36 PM
Dan Harmon's live show 'Harmontown' is now a podcast

I listened to a couple of episodes.  I'm not really feeling it.

I've added Big Pop Fun to my regular weekly listening.  It's Tom Wilson's (Biff from Back to the Future) podcast and he's a genial, smart host who gets some really great guests. 
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: doggans on October 25, 2012, 05:20:43 AM
I LOVE Big Pop Fun. Between that, Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen, and the Tobolowsky Files, the "fun showbiz stories with a really nice guy I was already a big fan of" podcast genre has really taken off.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on October 25, 2012, 06:12:29 AM
I LOVE Big Pop Fun. Between that, Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen, and the Tobolowsky Files, the "fun showbiz stories with a really nice guy I was already a big fan of" podcast genre has really taken off.

I love the Tobolowsky files too.  Though for some reason, the iTunes listing is missing a whole bunch of them.
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Nergol on October 28, 2012, 01:14:00 AM
Any other fans of The Best Show On WFMU?
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Edward J Grug III on October 28, 2012, 01:48:14 AM
Any other fans of The Best Show On WFMU?

You'll never guess what I just saw! A tiny mouse wearing a cape!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on October 30, 2012, 06:27:25 AM
The Pod F Tompkast finally returned and added about 5 new episodes in a one month period in an attempt to catch up.  That is pretty damned valiant.

Here's a taste:

https://www.youtube.com/v/eATVzDugZ_Y
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on October 30, 2012, 08:19:15 AM
I love Paul F Tompkins, but I've never found his scripted stuff to be funny.  His improv work is tremendous though.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: TeamRAD on April 12, 2013, 12:53:08 PM

Any other fans of The Best Show On WFMU?

I haven't checked in since the AP Mike tribute show, but I'm sure I'll get all caught up in a month or so. The show they did after Hurricance Sandy last November was really moving.

So yes, a fan. Also, I never once visualized the John Wesley Shipp/Soap Opera loving democrat to look like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZ8bW3KonEU&list=UUZSalbnS6AwFJFyZy-XrC7Q&index=18

Oh, Spike. :)

My podcast rotation is:

Comedy Bang Bang
My Brother, My Brother, and Me
We Hate Movies
Mental Illness Happy Hour
Hang Up and Listen
Who Charted

Whenever time permits:

The Flop House
How Did This Get Made?
The Best Show on WFMU
Sklarbro Country
improv4humans
This American Life
Stuff You Missed in History Class

Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: D.B. Barnes on April 12, 2013, 01:02:22 PM
Might wanna put Norm Macdonald's new podcast into the rotation. Fucking hilarious, especially the first episode with Super Dave.

I never miss an episode of Sklarbro Country. I could listen to those guys all day.

Like a welcome shot of whiskey in between takes of Dodge Ram voice overs...Sklarbro Country.
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on April 12, 2013, 02:11:04 PM
I love the Weekly Wahlberg on Sklarbro.

I'm starting to enjoy the County episodes more than Country mainly because of Dan Van Kirk.
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on April 12, 2013, 02:39:10 PM
And Dumb Randy. How could I forget Dumb Randy.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on April 27, 2013, 07:21:04 PM
One of my favourite Podcasts, The Paul Goebel Show (with Beat the Geeks' TV Geek), is ending now (the last episode just aired with a great episode that has some real awkwardness when Gallagher of all people shows up in the final act) and a retrospective episode will air.  Still, Paul will be starting a new one soon with David Bax of Battleship Pretension, so I'm looking to see how that turns out.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: wurwolf on May 18, 2014, 07:00:46 AM
We've been listening to a lot of How Did This Get Made? The three hosts/regulars (Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas) are terrific -- Paul keeps things moving along, June has some excellent and pithy observations and Jason is hilarious. So far our favorite one has been with guest Thomas Lennon for the Hulk Hogan movie.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: mrbasehart on May 18, 2014, 07:56:33 AM
We've been listening to a lot of How Did This Get Made? The three hosts/regulars (Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas) are terrific -- Paul keeps things moving along, June has some excellent and pithy observations and Jason is hilarious. So far our favorite one has been with guest Thomas Lennon for the Hulk Hogan movie.

I like the show, but it can get awfully shouty sometimes.  The Flophouse Podcast does something similar, but features a couple of writers from the Daily Show. 
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Sideswipe on May 18, 2014, 08:17:27 AM
Talkin Toons with Rob Paulsen
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: wurwolf on May 18, 2014, 12:03:41 PM
We've been listening to a lot of How Did This Get Made? The three hosts/regulars (Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas) are terrific -- Paul keeps things moving along, June has some excellent and pithy observations and Jason is hilarious. So far our favorite one has been with guest Thomas Lennon for the Hulk Hogan movie.

I like the show, but it can get awfully shouty sometimes.  The Flophouse Podcast does something similar, but features a couple of writers from the Daily Show.

I have noticed that this is especially true when they have a guest.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on May 18, 2014, 01:38:17 PM
We've been listening to a lot of How Did This Get Made? The three hosts/regulars (Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas) are terrific -- Paul keeps things moving along, June has some excellent and pithy observations and Jason is hilarious. So far our favorite one has been with guest Thomas Lennon for the Hulk Hogan movie.

I love when June completely misses some chunk of plot & they let her explain what she thinks was happening.  ;D

Is Jason still in The Dictator?  ;)
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: wurwolf on May 19, 2014, 06:00:30 AM
Is Jason still in The Dictator?  ;)

Yes, but still no twitter.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: MartyS (Gromit) on August 06, 2014, 11:18:25 AM
Stumbled across Janet Verney's podcast "The JV Club".  Listened to several last night, gets a bit "girly" at times depending on the guest but the rest of the time it's really interesting.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: TeamRAD on August 23, 2014, 05:47:50 AM

It's been awhile.

U Talkin' U2 To Me?, anyone? I seriously cannot get enough of the sub-podcast extravaganza in the commentary special. The conceit of the episode had me laughing non-stop, but oh man, I Love I Love I Love Films. I agree w/ PFT, I couldn't connect with I Love I Love Films either. The hosts are total dick-faces.

U2, hurry up and release that album, and while you're at it, send the Scotts some t-shirts and college girls!

Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kete on August 23, 2014, 09:09:16 AM

It's been awhile.

U Talkin' U2 To Me?, anyone? I seriously cannot get enough of the sub-podcast extravaganza in the commentary special. The conceit of the episode had me laughing non-stop, but oh man, I Love I Love I Love Films. I agree w/ PFT, I couldn't connect with I Love I Love Films either. The hosts are total dick-faces.

U2, hurry up and release that album, and while you're at it, send the Scotts some t-shirts and college girls!

I'm glad I listened to this podcast. Otherwise,  I don't think I would ever know the names of the band members.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on May 13, 2015, 05:43:41 AM
If anyone is interested, I just did a guest spot on the Hitting Play podcast where we look at the 1st episode of The Tick animated series.

https://t.co/MNsZnrrsjB

(It's actually a really good podcast, I've been suggesting it to people even before they asked me to be on there.)
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Sideswipe on May 13, 2015, 05:30:40 PM
Alright Ideaman, what's the big idea?
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on July 27, 2015, 04:31:59 PM
Just did another episode of the Hitting Play podcast.  We talked about various trailers & whatnot that came out at Comic Con. (Danger Mouse, Fant4stic, Suicide Squad, Star Wars 7, Batman v Superman, Con Man, X-Men Apocalypse, etc.)

https://t.co/MNsZnrrsjB
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on October 03, 2015, 03:56:46 PM
Last night we recorded a really fun episode of the Hitting Play podcast with special guest Matt Nelson. (Forum member, Catbeard the Pirate creator, all around fun dude)

Probably my favorite episode I've done. Episode should be up in another day or two. I'll post a link
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on October 05, 2015, 01:46:28 PM
Here's the links:

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hitting-play/id963554955?mt=2
Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/hitting-play
PodBean: http://hittingplay.podbean.com
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on October 28, 2015, 03:08:15 PM
The episode we did with yet another forum member is up! We talk with Veronica Fish (aka Hebs) about all the various projects she's working on now like Howard The Duck, Archie, etc.

Here's the links:

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hitting-play/id963554955?mt=2
Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/hitting-play
PodBean: http://hittingplay.podbean.com
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on December 09, 2015, 03:43:00 PM
Just recorded an episode of Hitting Play with Vine star Bottlerocket!  We talked about Episode 4 of The Office (US) "The Alliance"

https://t.co/MNsZnrrsjB
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on February 11, 2016, 05:25:38 AM
Just recorded part 1 of the Legends of Tomorrow pilot for Hitting Play Podcast:
https://t.co/MNsZnrrsjB
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on May 04, 2016, 05:37:00 AM
My wife and I were guests on Hitting Play and broke down the Angie Tribeca pilot episode
https://twitter.com/hittingplay/status/727836903396016128
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kete on May 04, 2016, 06:08:39 AM
My wife and I were guests on Hitting Play and broke down the Angie Tribeca pilot episode
https://twitter.com/hittingplay/status/727836903396016128

I love that show.
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kete on June 29, 2016, 12:12:01 AM
I can be heard quite a bit on the June 28 episode of Doug Loves Movies as Groot... although I only have one line.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on June 29, 2016, 07:34:02 AM
Noice!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on June 29, 2016, 05:21:25 PM
My wife and I were guests on Hitting Play and broke down the Angie Tribeca pilot episode
https://twitter.com/hittingplay/status/727836903396016128

We recently did an MST3K episode based on Parts: The Clonus Horror with fellow forum member Matt Nelson!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: k1 on October 27, 2016, 02:38:24 PM
If you saw the Boston episode of The Simpsons & want to hear ALL the references they crammed into 30 minutes, I have just the link for you!

Scott, Hamish, & I break down the episode in (probably too much) detail:
https://twitter.com/HittingPlay/status/791681147772215296
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: SJP on November 17, 2016, 01:28:31 PM
Not sure where else to post this, but Chilling Tales for Dark Nights, a scary story website (mostly audio productions of various Creepypastas and original works, among other things) held a short story contest and my story was the winner for February of last year.  It took some time, but they finally released their Simply Scary podcast with my story "Camper Appreciation" on it.  If anyone has heard my comedy stuff...well, let's just say this story is a wee bit different than that (though it still has some funny stuff in it).  It can be found here. (http://www.simplyscarypodcast.com/episodes/s1/1x08/)
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Kete on July 06, 2017, 08:04:24 AM
I will be on the next episode of Doug Loves Minis.  I went up on stage to play Last Man Stanton (as the Green Kyle).
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on July 06, 2017, 08:24:02 AM
Nice, congrats!
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Edward J Grug III on April 25, 2018, 06:27:20 PM
https://news.avclub.com/paul-scheer-to-talk-about-movies-that-are-actually-good-1825537404

I like the sound of this! Might even watch the movies along with them.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on April 25, 2018, 06:31:10 PM
I'll probably be checking this one out.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Edward J Grug III on October 04, 2018, 04:17:39 PM
I know it's not a podcast, but not really sure where else to put it that the people who would be interested would see it:

https://news.avclub.com/paul-f-tompkins-did-a-phantom-of-the-opera-commentary-1829465734
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on October 06, 2018, 06:03:42 AM
Definitely some Halloween viewing for me later this month.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: Johnny Unusual on January 18, 2019, 06:12:33 AM
I made a small appearing in Unspooled as one of the callers guessing what the Last Picture Show is about.
Title: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: MartyS (Gromit) on March 01, 2020, 09:29:15 PM
Went looking for Movie Sign With The Mads and found out it has moved exclusively to Spotify.

So had to create an account there to catch up, I don't listen to every one of their episodes so I sometimes go months between checking in on what movies they have done.
Title: Re: Re: The Podcast Thread
Post by: The Lurker on March 11, 2020, 01:50:47 PM
One of the people I follow on YouTube is going to be part of a D&D podcast with a group of other musical theater geeks.