Jared, Quinn, Zach and Jeff struggle to announce their new project as the podcast is pulled inexorably deeper into filth. Also: Iron Man 3, other things.
Jeff Hammond, Zach Carter and a special surprise guest help keep Jared from wasting too much time bitching about Beast’s time travel douchery and Quinn from making a case for our unfinished works. This week’s episode starts face-down in the gutter, gasps for air, whines about the X-Men and ends face-down again and gulping sewage. Let’s go make stains!
Lyrics and samples from Kid Apocalypse’s debut EP, “Enter Kid Apocalypse.”
Jeff Hammond and Zach Carter are back, ostensibly to discuss the new Amazing Spider-Man casting news and rumors – not Keanu Reeves, octopus rape, rassler homicide or The Sandlot. Crank up the Slick Rick and hold on to your butt-teeth.
Jeff Hammond returns for our first-ever request episode, as our #1 listener attempts to derail the geekery with foreign affairs, romance and kittens – and we derail that derailment into Star Wars. Also: Elsewords everything, Quinn’s fake Firefly theme, Bosch nightmare landscapes of McFarlane toys and Jeff just wants less movie, damn it.
Filmmakers Jeff Hammond and Zach Carter join Quinn and Jared to discuss Zach’s upcoming film Son of Evil, the new Godzilla, Pacific Rim and giant monsters in general – a conversation that somehow manages to incorporate Ludacris making love to James Spader’s car crash wounds while Casey Jones watches and a hell of a lot of nineties wrestling.
A simple discussion about the last Next Generation movie, Star Trek: Nemesis, gets increasingly sidetracked by Hellboy, Bane, Michael Fassbender, serious discourse on the challenges of adapting television, video games and other media to film and less-than-serious Picard impersonations.
In this week’s episode: Our buddy, accomplice and filmmaker extraordinaire Jeff Hammond is our guest as we trek into darkness – swapping fluids with the new Evil Dead trailer, sinking the Enterprise, mourning Peter Parker for the minute or two he’ll be dead for and asking the Man of Steel, “why so serious?”
Evan Sabahnur – Virtual Kansan, student at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, the once and future Apocalypse, nerdcore rapper. Watch the music video and download the free 5-song EP.
The 2012 six-song EP is a blend of folk-inspired, finger picking ballads and heart-felt modern indie-rock songs all crafted with great thought and care.