A HIDDEN LIFE
THE TWO POPES
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM
A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
I LOST MY BODY
THE OSCAR NOMINATED ANIMATED SHORT FILMS
COLOR OUT OF SPACE
Join us as Jeremiah, Kae, and Travis are joined by Jason and Don as they discussed, review, and more about Star Wars and the Rise of Skywalker! *SPOILERS VERY MUCH PRESENT*
The final and full trailer for the Rise of Skywalker is here! Steve from the Mousecast and Travis from TheYoungPeople join Jeremiah discussing their thoughts!
New Let's Talk, Fandom discusses the Nintendo Direct for September 2019 breaking down the news about Pokemon, more ports, Smash Brothers and more!
Enter the Fanitarium and join us as we interview Scott Murray, longtime podcaster and writer. Scott Murray has a new project as Season 2 of his Fiction Audio Drama The Crimson Files is about to release Monday September 9! Join us as we discuss his show as well as superheros, fandom, and other projects!
Listen to the Crimson Files Now! https://www.thecrimsonfiles.com
Voice actress Lani Minella joins us in The Fanitarium today to discuss some of her fantastic career in voiceover! In this 10 question interview you'll get a sample of what to expect when we interview her fully in the near future!
Kae interviews voice director Tamsin Collison from London about her career as an audio director and producer, singer, writer and more!
Personal Website: http://www.tamsincollison.co.uk/
Join us as we interview voice actor Daniel Riordan known for work in Transformers as Megatron, Mass Effect 3, Final Fantasy, and even Jingle all the Way! Add in work in 3 Star Trek series, Elder Scrolls: Skyrim and much more!
Daniel Riordan on Twitter: @MrDanielRiordan
IMDB Site: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0727850/
San Diego Comic Con has happened! Travis and Jeremiah discuss all that was announced by Marvel in their massive panel!
Chance Le Prey of Geek Factor Media joins us to discuss Anime and most importantly Mechs in them as we continue our summer series about big giant awesome robots!
Join us as we interview video game composer Jon Everist as he discusses his recent award winning score for Battletech, as well as Shadowrun, Necropolis and more!
More about Jon Everist can be found at his official website: http://everistsound.com
Music for this episode is used with permission of the composer (Jon Everist). Voice Over introduction is by Zach Johnson.
As request by you, the listeners, here is Jeremiah and Travis discussing their favorite games every year of their lives! Also there are listener submitted lists as we discuss games from the 80s to now!
The challenge given by The Mousecast's Steve C. has been met as we gather to give our favorite films every year of our lives! From the 80s to now, we discuss our favorite films and why. Some are quite silly some are obvious but throughout it's a lot of fun!
Stephen and Jessica discuss their top movies from 2018, as well as Clint Eastwood's final western UNFORGIVEN and the dark comedy WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLFE?
Today we welcome Kristina Ritorto, author of I Am A Survivor and Invisible Girl, and her father Marco Ritorto, author of The Cabal, as they discuss their books, inspirations, and the process of writing. You do not want to miss this family of authors!
For more information you can check out their stuff at the following:
E3 2019 is fast approaching so hosts Travis and Jeremiah discuss what has been announced before the Entertainment Expo begins. Hear us talk about Nintendo's Pokemon announcements as well as Mario Maker 2, Microsoft's shift, Square-Enix's interesting Avengers title, and much more!
Guest: Dr. Anthony Bean. PhD, editor of The Psychology of Zelda, available to buy wherever books are sold
Avengers Endgame has come and blasted through records. Join Jeremiah, Steve, and Travis as we discuss Avengers Endgame (spoilers VERY present) and discuss the plan for the coming summer! What are your thoughts on Endgame? Did it live up to your expectations?
Also new intro and outro, courtesy of Podokoo Podcast Services found at https://www.facebook.com/podokoo or podokoo.com
Stephen and Jessica dive into the controversial Kubrick film A Clockwork Orange and the gender relation comedy Tootsie! Also they draft their picks for the Summer Box Office Challenge.
A Clockwork Orange (1971 - Stanley Kubrick)
Tootsie (1982 - Sydney Pollack)
Guest: John Cristóbal talking about his new and FIRST book Might & Valour: Legacy of the Kingdom due out April 30 for preorder and May 10 for EBook and the end of May for physical copy sales!
Facebook Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/authorjohncristobal/
Stephen and Jessica head back to the 90s for Spielberg's war film SAVING PRIVATE RYAN and the prison drama THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION.
Voice actor, sound engineer, voice director, author, and more Dan Friedman joins us to give us a look at the more technical side of voice acting and to give his advice on voice acting as he does in his book Sound Advice: Voiceover From An Audio Engineers Perspective, available at his website.
Voice actress Naomi Mercer Mckell joins us on the show to discuss her experience in voice work. Not a novice to the field, she has voiced for over 15 years and has done many things from commercials to animation, video games and more. Join us as we discuss the industry side of voice work, some of her experiences and get to know another amazing person behind the voice we know!
The Parkers embark on a life of crime with serial killers in Silence of the Lambs and charismatic bank robbers in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
This week our guest is Philip Athans, former writer and editor for TSR and Wizards of the Coast; where he worked in franchises such as the Forgotten Realms and Magic the Gathering. He has written many books including the novelizations of Baldurs Gate 1 and 2 and has worked with authors from R.A. Salvatore to J. Robert King and then some. Now he works on helping authors become better with his Guide to Writing Fantasy, and Guide to Writing Monsters, and operates a blog to help even more aspiring authors!
Websites: Fantasy Authors Handbook
Rob Smith joins us to discuss Star Wars Gaming, how the fall of Lucasarts led to where we are now as well as factors that may or may not be affecting EA's ability to make Star Wars Games.
Rob Smith is the author or Rogue Leaders: The Story of LucasArts and has worked decades in the game industry with many of the major studios.
Hosts Jeremiah and Travis discuss the year that was in video games and onward to 2019, upcoming games, trends, news and much more!
Jessica and Stephen discuss the Tom Hanks classic Forrest Gump and the southern detective story In the Heat of the Night!
Join us for our final episode of 2018 as Jeremiah and Travis discuss the great comic book movie year that was 2018 and what there is to look forward to, comic book movie wise, in 2019!
20 years ago came the Sega Dreamcast a machine that was the last gasp for, then console maker, Sega. Many consider the failed consider ahead of it's time, others that it was too safe. Hear us discuss the Sega Dreamcast, what it brought to gaming and why it failed and why it was a success!
Steven and Stephen discuss the films of October and November and dig into Speilberg's computer animated Indiana Jones, The Adventures of Tintin!
Fanitarium Interview Guest: Gary Bloom
Project: Antares Ascended (Support the Patreon Today)
Subjects: Writing Science Fiction, Influential Authors and Series, Fandom, and Writing in a Modern Busy World
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 fun prizes!
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-Johnson, the composer for Telltale, which has all the more meaning to us all now!
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 spoilers) and Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice! Then we dive into the recently released Captain Marvel trailer and its potential impact on the public! Lastly we discuss Star Wars fandom and what is the difference between them and Marvel and DC fans about accepting certain change! Join us as we dive into mental health in the September 22 edition of THE FANITARIUM!