Saturday, December 13, 2014

Podcast 140: Menos Christmas!

Ugh. It's the 21st century and you wouldn't believe how many stupid variables there are nowdays for posting a stupid podcast. Things should be easier than they were when we started this thing. Alas, 'tis not the case. We did try a recording through the YouTube option of Google Hangouts, so the quality may sound a little more phone-y than usual in case you're wondering.

Merry Christmas peeps! We've provided two gifts this time around. The first gift is that we start talking Star Trek IMMEDIATELY. Fun stuff with Klingons and sickbay and Vulcan mind games and... communicators.

Our second gift is a labored and ignorant discussion of our favorite Christmas albums.

Podcast breakdown:

0:00 -- nuqneH (ACL, chat welcome, general sub intro)
2:05 -- "A Night in Sickbay"
23:12 -- "Marauders"
36:47 -- "The Seventh"
48:41 -- "The Communicator"
58:58 -- Awards and rankings
1.06:07 -- Viewer mail (HIMYM, next movie podcast discussion, viewer catch-ups, Star Wars teaser).
1.20:17 -- Other stuff, James Bond, nog
1.22:27 -- Top 5 Christmas albums
1.38:28 -- Next episode predictions
1.46:05 -- Qapla' and outtakes

Click here for the AWESOME definitive ending to How I Met Your Mother (Thanks David)!

Turns out it's GEORGE Handel. Not Joseph.

Contact us and vote for one of these categories for the next movie podcast:

A Killer Among Us -- Characters die one by one and nobody knows who among them is the killer (Murder by Death, Clue, Ten Little Indians, The Thing, etc.)

Alien Invasion -- Self-explanatory (Independence Day, Mars Attacks!, etc.)

That's Not a Dress -- Audrey Hepburn movies (Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Always, etc.)

Skynet -- Man vs. machines (Terminator; I, Robot; The Matrix; Superman III; etc.)

Did You Hear that? -- Anachronistic movie music (Ladyhawke, A Knight's Tale, etc.)

So What Happened? -- Ending left open to interpretation (Inception, Blade Runner, Donnie Darko)

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This episode is dedicated in loving memory to Vince Deadrick Jr. (1954- ). He's not dead. He does have a cool name though.

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