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Fanitarium Interview Guest: Gary Bloom Project: Antares Ascended (Support the Patreon Today) Subjects: Writing Science Fiction, Influential Authors and Series, Fandom, and Writing...

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Stephen and Jessica tackle the first two Godfather films! Also stick around for the very end when they announce the winner of their summer box office challenge and how to win some...

This week we discuss the fall of Telltale Games, what will happen to the company and its employees and what led to this disaster. Also there is our interview with Jared Emerson-Jo...

Steven and Stephen go through the remainders of the summer season and stop by offbrand Seaworld for JAWS 3D and revisit the tagline game!

The Fanitarium Returns with Special Guests from the Jedi Counsel Podcast! This week we discuss mental health repercussions in some recent games such as Detroit Become Human (minor...

For almost two decades, discussion has raged about a possible remake of Final Fantasy 7. Recently the news has become official but with decades of stories about the game, here is ...

Jessica and Stephen tackle the surprisingly timely Chaplin comedy Modern Times and political thriller All the President's Men!

Though not an animated story per say, Enchanted with its classic Disney Princess story, songs, and animated segments, is one of the reasons Disney decided to bring back the classi...

Let's Talk Disney - Bolt

Bolt was the most critically successful animated film Disney had in years and was the first film fully made under the Disney/Pixar partnership. The film is credited for being the ...

Steven and Stephen discuss the biggest let down of our childhoods/lives as Spielberg creates the trope of "nuking the fridge" with Indiana and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. 

After the Disney/Pixar deal, Pixar chief John Lasseter took over Disney, the first film released under him was Meet the Robinsons, which marked a critical turn in Disney's public ...

2005 marked Disney's switch to CG/3D animation as they trained their animation team to use the new software! Their first film was also one of their larger hits in a decade, Chicke...

After shuffling with Brother Bear, Home on the Range was released April 2004 and marked the end of an era for Disney as it was the traditionally animated feature Disney would make...

In 2003, Disney shuffled their releases around and instead of Home on the Range, they released Brother Bear, bringing back Phil Collins and a lower budget for this Disney Animated...

In this edition of Fanitarium Interviews we have Voltron voice actress Emily Eiden who voices the role of Shay in the Dreamworks/Netflix show. In addition to Voltron we discuss he...

Later in 2002 Disney reversed its "lets go cheaper" idea with a decades in the making film, Treasure Planet. The film ultimately bombed by boy was it cool to look at. Join us as w...

Stephen and Jessica talk about the classic workplace romantic comedy The Apartment and the gritty neo western The Wild Bunch, and follow up on their summer movie wager. 

2002 Disney tried to right the ship with some cheaper and simpler film ideas, the first of which was Lilo and Stitch, which not only had a lower budget but also has a new way of m...

In 2001 Disney had a single major animated release, the Hellboy inspired action adventure, Atlantis: The Lost Empire! Hear the background of this Disney "flop" that gained attenti...

Last week the E3 Expo occured with press conferences all week showing us the future of video games. In Part 2 we cover Devolver, Square-Enix, Sony, and Nintendo And of course yo...

Last week the E3 Expo occured with press conferences all week showing us the future of video games. In Part 1 we cover the EA, Microsoft, and bethesda Press Conferences. And of c...

When Emperor's New Groove was changed from Kingdom of the Sun and delayed to December 2000, Disney pushed up their first CGI film, Dinosaur, into the May 2000 slot and had their b...

This week on Let's Talk Disney, our dive down the "dark" era of Disney, This week we discuss another 2000 release, The Emperor's New Groove, that came out in December. This film w...

  On this episode of Let's Talk, Fandom, we discuss Sony and their history in the handheld market. Should they give another crack at the handheld market that they started with th...

This week on Let's Talk Disney, our dive down the "dark" era of Disney, we discuss the first film that really started the era, Fantasia 2000, the film decades in the making, a pas...

Steven and Stephen discuss the start of the summer movie season and also dig into Spielberg's political revenge thriller Munich!

Stephen and Jessica review their Top 10 Films from 2017, dive into a summer box office challenge, and review the silent film Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans, and Spartacus!

This month on the Fanitarium we discuss Marvel, with films such as Infinity War and Deadpool 2 in theaters now, we bring in award winning make-up artist for Infinity War and many ...

Video Gamers are not all over enthusiastic, fouled mouth zealots who like to get their own way. In fact few actually are. Many are some of the most charitable people out there and ...

This month on the Fanitarium we dive into the world of fantasy as we talk about fantasy novels, films, television series. What have they tackled, what could they tackle in the futu...

Stephen and Jessica dive into the counter culture of Easy Rider and into the wreckage of the Titanic!

This week on Let's Talk, Fandom, we have Jared Emerson-Johnson, composer of many video games, mostly by Telltale Games, as he discusses composing The Walking Dead, Telltales Batma...

Stan Lee has been in the news a lot of late and it's a mostly heart breaking tale and legal intrigue. Hosts Jeremiah and Travis break down what has been going on with Stan Lee sin...

Today we discuss the future of Marvel both film, tv, and video game with hosts Jeremiah and Travis and guest, author Adam Bray as he promotes his new Marvel Studios book "Marvel S...

This week on Let's Talk, Fandom we discuss the future of DC Comics. Not just talking about comics but the future of their TV work, video games, films. What are our hopes for them ...

Stephen and Steven discuss the recent films, as well as the Spielberg produced Batteries Not Included!

Welcome to the Fanitarium where the fans run the madhouse. Each month we will discuss topics of fandom and bring fans into the discussion. This month we discuss the state of fandom...

With the recent return of violence in video games being the potential cause of violence in youth, in this episode we dive into the research of violence in video games, the 2011 Su...

Stephen and Jessica discuss the bleakness of War with Oliver Stone's Platoon and lighten it up with the Marx Bros and A Night at the Opera.

Steven and Stephen catch up on some Best Picture nominees, other films from the end/start of the year, a few films from the Sundance Film Festival, and talk about Spielberg's Sci-...

Stephen and Jessica talk about their favorite pets with Bringing Up Baby and discuss super teams and other manly groups with 12 Angry Men. Tune in next month for Platoon and A Nig...

Steven and Stephen catch up on December films like The Shape of Water and I, Tonya and the Spielberg airport film The Terminal!

Let's Talk, Fandom - The Dark Side of Gaming - Diving into the recent death of an innocent via the "Swatting" Prank. We dive into the dark side of video gaming. The habits and asp...

Stephen and Jessica discuss the Astaire/Rogers musical Swing Time and the twist in The Sixth Sense!

Interview: Kira Buckland

Guest: Kira Buckland Date: December 2017

Guest: Kyle McCarley Date: December 2017

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