Sunday, February 21, 2010

Episode 44: Where the f**k did all these Gremlins come from?


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad mention their new sponsors, and the following "Web Couliers": Demetri Martin's "Bruce the Funny Dog", an AMAZING still-video of a bank robbery called "Carousel", "Alma", Super Mario Bros 3 redone with construction paper, the new Angel and Airwaves album (free for download!), which prompts them to talk about the upcoming Angels and Airwaves movie.
Chuck talks about his experience seeing Jamie Kennedy do standup live in Boston, and Brad talks about his non-experience with nano-glass! The twosome discuss Valentine's Day backlash, and the splitting up of Fallout Boy. They go on to discuss (the lead singer of Say Anything) Max Bemis' "Song Shop" program, and the White Stripes suing the Air Force.
As has been discussed previously, the boys talk at length about Brad's guilt, and the somehow segue into the documentaries Chuck watched this week, which were about the Halloween movie series, the Friday the 13th movie series, and PETA (all of which feature similarly disturbing villians). The two childhood friends (not that they were friends when they were young - they're simply currently still children) then close the show; Chuck with some short (but intriguing) video game updates, and Brad with a story he calls "Brad's Gay Moment".

Web Couliers:
Bruce the Funny Dog
Clown Bank Robbery ("Carousel")
"Alma" Video
Super Mario Bros 3 done with construction paper
Angels and Airwaves "Love" - Free album download!

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Monday, February 8, 2010

Episode 43: Selling Out, Current-ish Movie Thoughts, Bad Cinema, and the Apple Ipad


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad talk about their new sponsors, and their "Web Couliers" for this week: the Matrix spoof at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards, Zach Galifiankis' "Between Two Ferns" with Bradley Cooper and Natalie Portman, and a in-depth analyzation of the song "American Pie".
They go on to discuss "selling out", Chuck's new diet, Jeff Ross' book "I Only Roast The Ones I Love", and the movies "Whip It", "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell", "Ong Bak 2", "Disctrict 13", "Smokin Aces 2", "Moon", "Star Wars: Clone Wars", "A Few Good Men", and "Runaway Jury".
They close the show with a talk about bad movies (including the Razzies, and an interesting project by Michael Adams), Joe Carnahan's blog (and the reason he closed it down), as well as the Apple Ipod.

Web Couliers:
Matrix spoof at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards
Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns" with Natalie Portman
Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns" with Bradley Cooper
Analyzation of Don Mcclean's "American Pie"



Song List Here (this link is only functional on podcast website)
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