Chapter 63 – The Ever-Flowing River

TW FOR REFERENCES TO SELF HARM AND SUICIDE AT 18:30 THRU 20:12, AND AGAIN AT 59:45 THRU 1:03:13

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Yewsiff and Sunny take their leave of the party to commune with The Ever-Flowing River in order to keep the metallic modron slabs out of cultist hands. Naturally, there’s a cost to such a favor. Here’s hoping this ancient is reasonable.

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S1 E13: “Thrust Issues” & Season 1 Review

Welcome to the season one finale of Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast, starring Bryan Dressel, Graham “Stan” Mason, and Matt “A.L.E.X.” Dykes. Included in this super special finale episode is a wrap-up of the season and Matt’s expectations for what comes next. Also, what’s with Xander’s stuff? Lots of crazy things to explore here and can we just say thank goodness there was another season after this one? Anyway, I suppose we should let you get to the episode.

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Produced by
Bryan Dressel and Jonathan Hardesty.

Hosted by
Bryan Dressel with co-hosts Graham Mason and Matt Dykes

Artwork by
Jonathan Hardesty

Notes and research by
Jim Funicille

Edited By
Bryan Dressel, Ryan James, and Trey Johnson

Original music by
Evan Michael Brown visit www.evbro.com for more

Episode 57: Yakuza with Andre from Gaming Fyx

The very charming Andre from Gaming Fyx joins to to discuss the Yakuza series. A surprisingly heartfelt game series with an impressive amount of quality entries.

Special Thanks to Xbox game pass so I can actually try this series out!

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Eve Stewart: A Cure For Wellness (2016)

The next film in our Eve Stewart retrospective is the Gore Verbinski horror thriller A Cure For Wellness, starring Dane DeHaan, Mia Goth, and Jason Isaacs. The film is a clunky mess, suffering from logic problems as well as a problematic third act. What saves it for us is Stewart’s exceptional production design, which gives the film an atmosphere and mood that makes us want to keep watching despite the significant script problems. We go into all of this and more in the episode, so don’t wait another minute to hit that play button on your podcast player of choice.


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S1 E11-12: “Grate Escape” & “Penultimate Fighting”

Welcome to an exciting and thrilling new episode of Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast, with your hosts Bryan Dressel, Graham “Baby Lamont” Mason, and Matt “Cody” Dykes. Together, the three shall break down the plots of the episodes “Great Escape” and “Penultimate Fighting.” Kind of hard to believe that the season is almost over. Feels like this all started just a week or two ago. Anyway, strap yourselves into your listening device of choice and let’s get started with this week’s show.

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Produced by
Bryan Dressel and Jonathan Hardesty.

Hosted by
Bryan Dressel with co-hosts Graham Mason and Matt Dykes

Artwork by
Jonathan Hardesty

Notes and research by
Jim Funicille

Edited By
Bryan Dressel, Ryan James, and Trey Johnson

Original music by
Evan Michael Brown visit www.evbro.com for more

Episode 56: Nintendo 64 Games with TetraBitGaming

The very talented Tetrabitgaming joins me to rank our top 5 Nintendo 64 games. If I am going to write this like a Buzzfeed article I will say that his number 3 pick WILL SHOCK YOU!

Special thanks to those who can grow amazing 5 o’clock shadow.

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Eve Stewart: Nicholas Nickleby (2002)

A new month brings us a new filmmaker and for September we decided to breakdown the lively career of production designer Eve Stewart, starting with 2002’s Nicholas Nickleby, starring Charlie Hunnam, Jamie Bell, and Christopher Plummer. It’s a film that’s exceptionally designed and looks absolutely gorgeous, but that has almost nothing else going for it. The performances are fine, but the tone of the film oscillates so much between farce and prestige period drama that it’s hard to really connect to anything the actors are doing. And don’t get us started about couches being dragged outside of houses for leisure. Did we mention that the film is gorgeous?


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Chapter 62 – Slabs and Beams

TW FOR A QUICK CHARACTER DESCRIPTION AND SOME DIALOG THAT REFERENCES SELF HARM AND SUICIDE AT 15:30 – 16:05

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With the cultists defeated, the party tries to figure out what the deal is with their new half-orc friend as well as what to do with some particularly nasty machinery found among all the supplies.

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