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The End of Welcome To You Are Doom!

Welcome to the end of the podcast known as Welcome To You Are Doom. Bryan is joined by Graham “Evelyn” Mason, and Matt “Evelyn” Dykes. They spend the first ten minutes of this podcast talking about the horrible spin-off show that must not be named, then say a fond farewell to the series we all loved. Then a joyful hello to our next series!

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

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

That Wasn’t The F**king Plan: The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)

We close out our month of That Wasn’t The F**king Plan with the best movie out of the four we talked about, although that’s not saying much: The Emperor’s New Groove. It’s a strange film in the Disney archive, fraught with all kinds of production drama. We talk a bit about what the original plan was, and then try to figure out where things went wrong. We also note how the film has a great third act and how Kronk probably should have been the star considering how much of the movie he stole from everyone else.

This also marks the end of Behind the Hype for 2020. We’ll be back a little bit later in the new year with more zany retrospectives that challenge how we think about films and the filmmakers who work on them.


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Hiatus Special: Doctor Who 50th Anniversary: The Day of the Doctor

This week it’s not a Welcome to you Are Doom episode, and it’s not a Binge Buddies or Corona Cartoons episode. No, this week it’s an entirely different thing that doesn’t really fit into any category: The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor.” Bryan is joined by Matt “The General” Dykes and together they’ll break down all the things that make this special tick and what it means to them as Doctor Who fans in general.

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

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

That Wasn’t The F**king Plan: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018)

You’d think that a movie about a filmmaker at war with himself that took ten years to make would be more interesting, but here we are. We’re discussing Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote and let’s just say that we had a lot of issues with it. Are we talking about an unwatchable dumpster fire of epic proportions? No. Not even close. It’s just a very messy production that shows its seams at every turn and ends up being more boring than bad. If you like early Gilliam you won’t find much of him here and that’s a shame. The performances are good, but what would you expect from the likes of Jonathan Pryce and Adam Driver? We talk about all that and more in this week’s episode.


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That Wasn’t The F**king Plan: Suicide Squad (2016)

This week in our month of “That Wasn’t The FF&#king Plan” we’re talking about the David Ayer film Suicide Squad. The David Ayer film Suicide Squad is what we’re talking about this week as we deep dive into films that weren’t part of the FF&#king Plan.” As we dive into movies that didn’t turn out the way they were planned, we thought it would be proper to talk about the David Ayer film Suicide Squad.

Okay, I think that hammers home the point that Suicide Squad takes forever to get out of its introduction and never gets fully out of its own ass. Oh yeah, we brought in our Matt Dykes to help us talk about the absolute “trash fire” film Suicide Squad. We have a lot of fun, but there’s no more time for these shownotes so just know we tear the movie a new asshole. Cheers.


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S2 E11-12 “Cody Gains a Namesake” & “Differences are Put Slightly Aside”

Welcome to the finale of Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast. Bryan, along with Graham “Vibe” Mason, Matt “Super Dupont” Dykes, bring you gently into the end of this series with the penultimate episode “Cody Gains a Namesake” and the show finale “Differences are Put Slightly Aside.” Jump right in and enjoy such antics as Valerie shooting Sinn, the monster ant baby named Cody 2, and the arrival of Killface’s alien brethren. Enjoy!

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

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

That Wasn’t The F**king Plan: Rise of Skywalker

That wasn’t the f**kin plan! This month is all about the screw ups, the garbage fires, the things that didn’t turn out the way they were initially intended. We’re kicking off this month with the garbage film Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker and diving into all the things that went wrong with it. Turns out there’s a lot. Now, before you – a Rise of Skywalker fan – get all huffy, we had one or two things that we liked about the film and we made sure to give those points their due. On the whole, however, we found the film to be bantha poo-doo. Enjoy our rant and may the force be with you!


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S2 E9-10 “A Take on Hooper” & “Wendell Goes Undercover Again”

Welcome back to another exciting episode of Welcome To You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast, with your hosts Bryan, Graham “The Red Bee” Mason, and Matt “Zeitgeist” Dykes. This week is the penultimate episode of the podcast, featuring deep dives into the episodes “A Take On Hooper” and “Wendell Goes Undercover Again.” Brace for more than you bargained for with the Decepticles, prepare for some Bobo T. Baggins, anticipate a giant ant baby, and wait….T. Baggins. Oh my god, I just got that.

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

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

Hugo Weaving: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994)

Happy Thanksgiving! We know it’s a bit tough this year around the holidays so we decided to invite you into our homes figuratively to talk about the last film in our Hugo Weaving retrospective: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. It’s a great film filled with amazing performances. There’s a lot to love here and we talk about it all. The film does struggle to stick the landing with one character deadnaming another, and guys, that’s a fucking bummer. Consider this a bit of a caution as you proceed with both the movie and our discussion of the scene.

Stay safe out there, everyone, and enjoy our episode!


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Hugo Weaving: Last Ride (2009)

We continue this roller coaster month of Hugo Weaving films with Last Ride, a father and son road trip movie that’s as dour as it is excellent. Weaving gives a stellar performance here as Kev, an abusive father with almost no likeable or redeemable qualities. Almost. Somehow, despite an entire movie of being an absolute shit, you still feel bad for the guy and his situation. And Tom Russell is no slouch either, playing the son Chook. With their powers combined, they really make us miserable, and that’s a good thing. Is this film a great idea during these challenging times? Maybe not. But you owe it to yourself to see a movie that does right by its genre.


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