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fireproof78 wrote:

Also, Scott Johnson is an extremely busy dude, at least on the internet. Frogpants Studios has something like 6 podcasts, I think, and Johnson is a part of at least 3, if not more of them.

It certainly is more, Scott does 12 podcasts (although a couple are done in 'seasons' and one is occasional) and usually guests on others. Frogpants is also home to more than another dozen hosted by his friends and many have their own sites (Sword & Laser and Coverville for example). He really is a busy guy and he has a nice family too, it's quite sickening big_smile

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Bump!

I just discovered The Dead Authors Podcast and it's absolutely wonderful. It consists of H. G. Wells (played by Paul F. Tompkins) traveling in his time machine to interview a series of dead authors about their life and works; said authors are played by all manner of improv comedians. I've so far listened to both parts of the L. Ron Hubbard interview, which is one of the most hysterical things I've ever heard, and the panel featuring Philip K. Dick and Hunter S. Thompson in conversation, which is about as coherent as you'd imagine.

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It's hard to explain how much you've sold me on this.

If you could hit homers like this all the time, imagine what you'd be capable of.

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I'm really enjoying ]Storybreak by Freddie Wong of that guy from youtube fame.

He, and a pair of writers sit down and break the story for a movie or TV show based on a famous IP. Sometimes this is a straight up attempt at the best way to adapt something, like Zelda into a new medium others they have more fun with it like Jar Jar: A Star Wars Story.

They even take films like Jumper and try and work out how it could be a better movie which reminded me a lot of another podcast I used to listen to...

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Faldor wrote:

I'm really enjoying ]Storybreak by Freddie Wong of that guy from youtube fame.

He, and a pair of writers sit down and break the story for a movie or TV show based on a famous IP. Sometimes this is a straight up attempt at the best way to adapt something, like Zelda into a new medium others they have more fun with it like Jar Jar: A Star Wars Story.

They even take films like Jumper and try and work out how it could be a better movie which reminded me a lot of another podcast I used to listen to...

Thank you for the suggestion. Been really looking for some more film podcasts to build off of my library of sound smile

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Yet another Welles post! I promise, this'll be the last one for a while.

This is a genuinely cool thingy—apparently, a couple of years after The Third Man Orson played Harry Lime in a long-running radio drama that served as a prequel series focusing on the character's adventures. All 52 episodes are available for free download from Archive.org; there's my next podcast sorted.

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Hey gang, quick thread bump. I often listen to podcast while mowing the lawn so I find ones that make me laugh or are on topics that I know pretty well since I might have to interrupt and not listen straight through. Here are some recent discoveries of mine (hardly new to the podcast world but new to me) big_smile

  • We Hate Movies: The title is pretty self-explanatory. Has a similar feel to FIYH but they are picking films that they, well, hate, like North, Howard the Duck, and the like. They are comedians first, and do live shows around the country so its less film analysis than making fun of a film. They have also done full length commentaries on some Star Wars, Twilight and others on Amazon or on their Patreon.

  • Story and Star Wars: Point North Media has closed down, unfortunately. But, the archive is still up on iTunes. The host is very knowledgeable regarding story structure and how different films can fit or not fit. He treats them as text and explores the themes and concepts.

  • Film Sack: Pretty sure I mentioned this one but they are fun. Lots of variety of films they explore as well as occasional commentary.

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