We play the free indie game Missed Messages and oh my this game was heavy.
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Welcome to another exciting and wolfy edition of Who What When Where and Why We Do in the Shadows. This week Bryan Dressel, Matt “Rudolph Zombie Dog” Dykes, Joel “Angel” DeWitte, and Drew “Count Orlok” Staton talk about the fourth episode in the series: Werewolf Feud. It’s a great episode all around, featuring a hilarious b-story with Colin Robinson and his “competition” and an a-story that starts with some dang wolves pissing on Laszlo’s “mother.”
Get over here and listen to this wonderful episode featuring the man who help mold Damage Boost, Bryan! We watched the new Mortal Kombat movie and both had some interesting thoughts about it. Was Mortal Kombat good? Was it bad? Was it funbad? We do our best to answer these questions and more!
Hi and welcome to another episode of Who What When Where and Why We Do in the Shadows, featuring the voice talents of Bryan Dressel, Matt “Bella Swan Zombie Dog” Dykes, Joel “Bill Compton” DeWitte, and Drew “Grandpa Munster” Staton. This week the gang tackles the second episode of the TV series What We Do in the Shadows: “City Council.” If you were somehow still on the fence about the show after last episode, then this one is sure to hook you. If not? Well, the rest of the series might not be for you. Otherwise, enjoy our deep dive into a hilarious episode of television.
This week we continue our month on Jackie Chan with the film that fans consider to be one of his best: Police Story. Chan himself also considers it to be one of his best in terms of action and stunts, and the film itself launched many sequels. We have a bit more nuanced of a take on the film, finding some of the plotting to be ridiculous and a frustrating distraction from the truly great action scenes. Specifically, we take some umbrage with the court scenes and the appalling acceptance of shady evidence. We have a lot of fun getting into the particulars of this fun movie so hit that play button and join us for a look behind the hype of Jackie Chan’s Police Story.
My buff boy Carl joins the podcast to a talk about Nintendos Performance at E3. Hopefully, Carl can recover from the on-screen disrespect shown to his guy Captain Falcon in the Smash Bros character reveal.
Special Thanks to Mario party for getting every excited about a video game.
Welcome to another thrilling edition of Who What When Where and Why We Do in the Shadows, featuring the co-hosting talents of Bryan Dressel, Joel “Count von Count” DeWitte, Matt “Zombie Dog Count Duckula” Dykes, and Drew “Claudia” Staton. This week the gang shifts from the film to the pilot of the television series, which defies expectations and is quite fantastic. We get introduced to some new vampire housemates, who are all unique and hilarious in their own way and are introduced to the energy draining vampire Colin Robinson, who is an absolute delight. Great episode ahead, so buckle up.
We’re back from our hiatus and ready to jump into some serious discussion about a super serious actor who only makes super serious films. Just kidding. It’s Jackie Chan month and we’re kicking off perhaps our most fun month yet talking about the hilarious and wonderfully choreographed Drunken Master. What’s perhaps the most impressive is how on point Chan’s comedic timing is and how much charisma he exudes onscreen. If you haven’t watched it yet stop what you’re doing, watch it, and then join us.
The party finds themselves in negotiation with an Elder Oblex for a missing memory, a memory that if recovered could illuminate a dark past or be just another piece to an ever-growing riddle.