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DREAMCAST EPISODE 14 - Philosotaku
On this episode of the D.R.E.A.M.cast I am honoured to be joined with a special guest who is doing something quite special and different in the Anime Community.
Episode 86! Dare I say you will certainly get a lot of content for free on today's episode of the weekly episodic podcast: Bloody Thumbs!
It's time once again to set the date for our annual SPILL DOT CON celebration! June 15th- 17th we'll be enjoying a weekend filled with live podcasts, live bands and hip hop, the Spill Film Festival, DJs, Karaoke Apocalypse, Master Pancake Theater, and so much more!
We're packing in so many fun events for you while you're partying with us that we…Continue
The height of accomplishment for any fan of cinema is to write a film of their very own. We've seen plenty of movies, and naturally, we think that we could write one ourselves. But then the realization hits us: How? So, the natural thing to do would be to do a Google search, and we'd come across forum after forum telling us this works, and that works. Read this book, and go to this site. And before you know it, your head is spinning…Continue
2011 went by all too fast and it was no doubt one of the most interesting years for me and the state of cinema. After box office attendence fell in 2010 and even more so in 2011, Hollywood feels as if it's trying to reinvent itself. Sequels to established franchises littered this year, yet most of them underperformed expectations to the worry of big studio executives. Nostalgia was a big theme in 2011 as we had a couple of films that were love letters to the 20's era (The Artist, Hugo) as…Continue
We're back, its 2012!
Episode 84, we discuss our holiday break, Bayonetta, Metal Gear Solid, SOPA, Ocean Marketing, we answer listener questions and much more, you'll have to listen to find…Continue
Detective Xu Bai-jiu (Takeshi Kaneshiro) travels to a rural Chinese paper-making town to investigate the deaths of two dangerous criminals who were seemingly killed through the dumb-luck of Liu Jinxi (Donnie Yen). Xu, however, thinks Liu is a powerful martial arts master trying to keep a low profile and aims to uncover the truth.
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Shame was one of my most anticipated movies to see this year. I mean watched the trailer repeatedly for weeks anticipated, and that is usually reserved for the Christopher Nolan Batman movies. This fulfilled every bit of what I…Continue