Chapter 19 – The Rains of Edgewater

Golatha sends the four tiefling to the city of Edgewater by way of teleportation, and the morale improves significantly despite the impending mission to the Tower of All. The party makes their way to a small, unassuming Inn called The Crossed Scimitars, and from there plan the next course of action. A few members of the party sequester themselves into their room for the night to broker information.

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5.07: Bot Seeks Bot

This week on the podcast Bryan Dressl, Nick “The Human Eraser” Friedemann, and Matt “He Hate Me” Dykes discuss “Bot Seeks Bot” from season five. But first, Bryan and Nick attempt to explain the XFL to Matt. It’s a jam-packed episode before we even get to the episode.

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The Other Voices: Short Term 12

2013’s SHORT TERM 12 is a film student’s dream come true. It started life as a 21-minute short film in 2008 – available on Itunes for $2.99 – and became an indie feature with a cast that immediately blew up like crazy. The feature’s got Brie Larson, Rami Malek, Stephanie Beatriz, and LaKeith Stanfield (who was also in the short film) – all of whom were relative unknowns at the time.

So let’s give a shoutout to the casting department, because you should never underestimate their importance: Kerry Barden, Rich Delia, and Paul Schnee. Casting is always important, but in a film where the story is carried not by a MacGuffin or some attainable goal, it’s absolutely vital to have the best actors possible on board, since their choices will carry a lot of the weight of your film. These casting agents nailed it.

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Episode 9: Sonic The Hedgehog with Charriii5

Today we celebrate the blue blur. His status as a gaming icon and his influence over all kinds of different media, the good and the bad.

Special thanks to Sonic Mania for being the bridge between generations of fans.

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Episode #288 – Alita: Battle Angel

This week on the podcast we’re talking about Alita: Battle Angel, the film from Robert Rodriguez which was written by James Cameron. It’s quite a movie, with some excellent casting choices and a vibrant, lived in world, and we regret that it didn’t do better in theaters. Truly, if you didn’t see it in theaters, you missed out.

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Chapter 18 – Golatha the Resplendent

The four tiefling get but a moment to celebrate their acquittal when they are approached by Golatha The Resplendent, Arch Mage of the Storm Court, counselor to the Storm Empress, and survivor of the Shattered Lands. They all retire to the Mage’s chambers to compare notes and strategize about what to do next.

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Episode 43 – A Shire-Sized Episode

Sam answers pressing questions about glasses, family and baby supplies quickly in this little episode that packs a punch.

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The Other Voices: Monsoon Wedding

2001’s MONSOON WEDDING was an international co-production. Writer Sabrina Dahwan wrote it while she completed her MFA at Columbia in the States, it takes place in New Delhi, and the dialogue is a blend of English and Hindi. It was produced by IFC films with a budget of $7M, and released by Focus Features, to a successful worldwide gross of over $30M. It was nominated and won a lot of awards, and has been released as part of the Criterion Collection. It’s also been turned into a stage musical.

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5.06: Momma’s Boys

This week on the podcast Bryan Dressel, Nick “Shoeless” Friedemann, and Matt “Sweetness” Dykes talk Momma’s Boys, a high point for the season featuring prime Venture Bros dialog.

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Pop Quiz Hot Shot: The 25th Anniversary of Speed

“There’s a bomb on a bus” -a simple statement, but one that would set the stage for the most exciting bus ride ever committed to celluloid. Not only would Speed be a rip-roaring action thriller that would get your heart racing throughout, it would also launch Keanu Reeves career into the stratosphere and pull him from the shadow of Theodore “Ted” Logan. It would go on to showcase him as a bankable action star. It would also launch Sandra Bullock’s career just as high. A film that would make major movie stars out of it’s two leads is definitely one that will leave a lasting impression, and Speed did just that.

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