Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Episode 47: Boondock Saints 2, White Crosses, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Brad's Unfulfilled Late Night Fantasy


We open the show this week with a joke (and possibly true story) about Brad as a child. Laughs all around. After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, the boys talk about their Web Couliers (their weekly web-findings): Senior Discount's track "We All Fall Down" being posted for a free download, Chuck Palahniuk's article "Live Like You're Dying" about suicide, Jimmy Kimmel's "Handsome Men's Club" sketch, the trailer for the game NBA Jam 2010, and the web sensation "Chat Roulette Piano Improv".
The fellows dish some info on Kevin Smith's "Red State" and discuss "Boondock Saints 2". Chuck introduces the segment "Chuck's Petty Print-Outs" where he exposes some rude eBay buyers and their foolish bickering. They talk about Against Me!'s leaked album "White Crosses" and the recent trip to see the Jimmy Fallon show (as well as Brad's "Unfulfilled Late Night Fantasy").
The two close the show with a discussion of the slightly drastic measures Warner Bros has taken against FYE, Redbox and Netflix.

Web Couliers:
Senior Discount - We All Fall Down
Chuck Palahniuk - Live Like You're Dying article (For people who want to commit suicide)
Jimmy Kimmel's "Handsome Men's Club"
NBA Jam 2010 Trailer
Chat Roulette Piano Improv

Song List Here (this link is only functional on podcast website)
http://www.seniordiscountmusic.com

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Episode 46: Exciting Music Videos and Movie Trailers, HOT TUB TIME MACHINE and Harvey Weinstein


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad answer some emails, which leads to a big discussion on copyright. The tawdry two then mention their online-finds with their weekly "Web Couliers": OK Go's TWO amazing new videos for their song "This Too Shall Pass", the trailer for Banksy's "Exit Through the Gift Shop", the Dropkick Murphys and the Mighty Bosstones performing "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" together at the Boston HOB, the trailer for the upcoming Jonah Hill/Russel Brand vehicle "Get Him To The Greek", the hilarious new website Hacked IRL, and the amazing music of Rodrigo Y Gabriela.
Chuck then talks about how Senior Discount's equipment is currently being held hostage, and ponders about how to get it back. He then laments about the Against Me documentary "We're Never Going Home", Russel Brand's "Live from New York" stand-up special, and "Hot Tub Time Machine". Brad counters Chuck with an exciting trip to a business fair, where he plays his Nintendo DS and cock-blocks a random individual.
Chuck introduces his (non-)weekly segment "Chuck's Tidbit Toss-Around" where he announces some entertainment news, and podcast padres end the show talking about a provocative new documentary that targets the unbelievable movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Web Couliers:
OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass" (Rube Goldberg Video)
OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass" (Marching Band Video)
Banksy's "Exit Through the Gift Shop" trailer"
Dropkick Murphys and the Mighty Bosstones performing "I'm Shipping Up to Boston"
"Get Him To The Greek" trailer
Hacked IRL.com
"Rodrigo Y Gabriela's Myspace


Song List Here (this link is only functional on podcast website)
http://www.seniordiscountmusic.com

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Episode 45: Condemning Harsh Criticism, Light Criticism, Entertainment Announcements, and the Future of Media


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad answer some emails, and mention their online-finds with their weekly "Web Couliers": a parody of the song "Too Late To Apologize", an acoustic rendition of Lady Gaga songs, and some rarely seen movie posters for Inglourious Basterds.
The two discuss the film "Edge of Darkness" which leads into a discussion on how harsh Brad can be with criticism. The two talk about the movies "Daybreakers", "Nightmare on Elm Street", "Planet Terror", "Once", the television shows "The Office", "30 Rock", "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", and the non-movie and non-television show "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog".
The terrible two talk about entertainment news including the new Streetlight Manifesto cover album, Alkaline Trio's new CD "This Addiction", Tetris Party Deluxe for the Nintendo Wii, and include a mind-bending conversation starting with the possible fall of Blockbuster, and ending with the future of media.
Also, the equally epic Brad vs(?) Domino's. You'll see.

Web Couliers:
"Too Late To Apologize"
Acoustic Lady Gaga
Rarely seen "Inglourious Basterds" posters

Song List Here (this link is only functional on podcast website)
http://www.seniordiscountmusic.com