SUPERHERO TIME: AUGUST 28, 2012
The news: Find out JD’s thoughts on Figuarts Blue Buster being a Web Store Exclusive.
The weeklies: It is no longer Space Time, because Fourze has now concluded.
Power Playback: Blue SWAT: The Movie. It serves them right.
Also: A conversation on the visual development of Kamen Rider over the years.
NSFW 142: Smang all the things
Turquoise Jeep joins us in studio for their first ever interview and Dual Core performs live! Guests:Turquoise Jeep and Dual Core
Nerdist Podcast #251: Gangnam Style
It’s some hostful goodness to start off your weekend! Everyone enjoys some world music, Matt and Jonah argue about movies, and Chris talks about going to the Doctor Who premiere!
Freakonomics Radio: How Deep Is the Shadow Economy?
Our latest Freakonomics Radio podcast is called “How Deep Is the Shadow Economy?” It addresses what we know — and don’t know — about the gazillions of dollars that never show up on anyone’s books. The conversation ranges from the macro to the micro — that is, from worldwide estimates of the size of the shadow economy to the actual off-the-books transactions (from drug dealing to freelance hair-cutting) that make those dollars flow.
My So Called 8bit Life Episode 73 – 100% Confirmation.
Welcome to Episode 73! I’m joined once again by Erica Torres. Tonight, we talk interviews, Dragon Con, and terrible films. Enjoy.
Operation Kino 78: Lawless And The Summer Movie Patches Matches Game You’ve Been Waiting For
This week on Operation Kino, we’re once again down a Da7e, and this time swap him out for Jenni Miller, writer at Film.com, Bust and many other fine establishments. We review the new John Hillcoat drama Lawless, then move on to the newest installment of everyone’s favorite game, Patches Matches, which helps us wrap up the summer movie season. Before any of that, though, there’s a lightning round inspired by Matisyahu’s role in The Possession, and then tidbits, in which David worries for his health after seeing The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate in 3D with subtitles, Jenni s a fan of For A Good Time Call, Patches doesn’t understand why y’all hate on Paul Auster all the time, and Katey tentatively recommends the Jewish-influenced horror of The Possession. We end, as always, with your lightning round answers for dessert.