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Beste Trailer Reviews podcasts die we konden vinden (bijgewerkt Mei 2020)
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We talk films!! 👓🗣🎙🎚👥🔊 "🤗 Our listeners, whose heart is in 🎞️ and 📺, followed seen by twitter 🤳; on podcast platforms more than one 👨‍💻🎧👩‍💻; free downloads will be done 📡 🖥️📲, in Castbox FM 📻, as it is in Player FM 📻: Give us your ears for our weeky listen 👂🎧; and forgive us our expletives 🤬, as we edit them with what time is against us ⏳; and lead you not into pre-roll ads 📜🙄🗞️, but deliver you from evil, time-wasting films and streams 💩😵: For interviews are by King Dom🧔🏼, Jay 👩🏻 talks trai ...
 
As PokéLogic is indefinitely postponed, I, NF, along with frequent co-host Taj, will share our opinions on current Nintendo Nintendo-related news, while also doing game reviews, both new & old games, occasionally with guest hosts; who knows, maybe Fad3 (pronounced "fade") & Astro will pop in now & again. This time around, I would like to invite you all to leave voice messages with your own opinions related to topics discussed in the episode or feedback based on the podcast on Anchor. It just ...
 
A show dedicated to watching, reviewing, and bickering over the movies/tv shows that time forgot. Whether they're blockbusters that fell off the face of the Earth, or features that never quite made first contact, it's all fair game! Hosted by video editor/content creator Nicholas Abouhamad and joined by his childhood best friend Michael Capurso, as well as another long time friend and collaborator Raekwon Davis. Send your episode recommendations to @themediaobscura on Twitter/Instagram!
 
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Ro and Joi are back to further share their delight and investment in Little Fires Everywhere with a special interview with writer Shannon M. Houston. Shannon took lead on writing episode six, The Uncanny, my personal favorite. She agreed to sit down and talk all things LFE. If you don’t know the name Shannon Houston, trust me, she’s definitely one …
 
Team Obscura (with special guest Jackson) come together to revisit the Lawnmower Man franchise, inspired by the Stephen King story, and find a convoluted and bloated story about cyberspace, virtual reality, and the internet... Oh, and it's a bad knock-off of the Matrix that inspired a pretty great episode of Community? Yeah, sure.…
 
TJ delves into Alex Garland's offering featuring Nick Offerman which is a Sci-Fi premise focused on Free Will Vs Determinism, as Lily (Mia Chan) investigates the disappearance of her boyfriend behind the digital curtain of tech firm. DEVS is available on the iPlayer, but JayJay and Steven provide the tech support on what makes this a sci-fi worth t…
 
Released in 1993, Cyborg Cop follows Jack Ryan on a mission to find out what happened to his DEA agent brother on a mission in the Caribbean. Along the way, he fights cyborgs and cops, which only sorta explains why this movie is called Cyborg Cop. We can only assume that the other reason is that the name Robocop was already taken and that this movi…
 
... Oh man. Oh man. Oh man. This is... Wow. This is... a thing? Team Obscura checks out the unnecessarily tone deaf 1986 teen comedy "Soul Man," a story about a student donning blackface in order to defraud Harvard out of a minority scholarship. It's... well, it's terrible. Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheMediaObscura Instagram: https://www.instagr…
 
Corona might have shut down the theaters but that doesn’t mean we don’t have new movies to review. We got a screener for the IFC Horror film, The Wretched and recorded a review of our thoughts. When we saw the trailer for this film, we thought it had a lot of potential. Unfortunately, the film never lives up to that. The Good Directors Brett and Dr…
 
Allegra from the Core Temp Arts network joins The Doctor again to review season 2 of Nip/Tuck. Using a more thematic style this season, the show continues to examine the emotional ups and downs of two middle aged men starting to feel their age, and how their complicated friendship and history causes them both moments of great pain and great joy. In…
 
Nick and Raekwon reunite with Sam and Jennette, two of their college friends and co-stars from a webseries they once created named Fishbowl! They reminisce about some of their pre-'rona escapades and also sit down to (re)discuss the late 90s watercooler hit series Ally McBeal! Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheMediaObscura Instagram: https://www.inst…
 
A “betty” is known as a woman who dresses like a skateboarder but doesn’t skate. Her sole purpose is to be a hanger-on in the often male represented skate community. HBO’s BETTY, a comedy created/directed by Crystal Moselle, takes this concept and kick-flips it on its head. We follow the all-female Stake Kitchen collective throughout their misadven…
 
We’re back for part two of our Little Fires Everywhere chat. This time around, Shanna decided to jump in the mix. We’re picking back up with the discussion expanding beyond dragging Pearl – although there’s still a bit of that – and into the themes and moments that kept us engaged, made us pause so to think, and the mess that still has us puzzled. …
 
It's time to talk about 1992's unauthorized Dragon Ball live-action adaption! Goku, Bulma, Oolong, Yamcha, Puar and Roshi have to team up to collect the seven mystical Dragon PEARLS before an evil king can use them for his own nefarious reasons. Also in this episode: Nick starts to show some mental wear-and-tear from being stuck at home for a month…
 
We’re Here is a six-part unscripted series that follows three former Rupaul’s Drag Race favorites, Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley as they travel to small towns staging drag shows with local recruits. Yes. Three of the biggest personalities in the drag world are bringing drag culture to small town USA. The local parti…
 
Team Obscura checks out the 2002 cult horror comedy "Bubba Ho-Tep," a movie about a retired/not dead Elvis Presley that has to team up with an also retired/not dead John F. Kennedy Jr. to fight a Mummy in a retirement home. Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheMediaObscura Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themediaobscura/ Facebook: https://www.faceb…
 
Tayraisaha Poe’s feature debut, Selah and the Spades, premieres on Amazon Prime Video today (April 17). This is one the MTR crew’s been anticipating. This project centers Black characters taking on some of the most classic tropes and trials in coming-of-age dramas have to offer. You can find out how we really feel in greater, non-spoiler detail, in…
 
Selah and the Spades writer and director Tayarisha Poe created something special. And not just because her film left Joi, Ro and Shanna collectively thinking Rian Johnson‘s Brick and Roger Kumble’s Cruel Intentions had a baby. And that kid’s a special kind of rowdy. Selah and the Spades has style, movement, and grace. It reorients common issues lik…
 
Steven introduces GeekSweat to the second generation of the world famous, grand televangelist Gemstone family who achieved biblical success and are living proof that worship pays dividends in all sizes. MKH and TJ take a pew to hear their story in chapter and verse. Steven cast lights on the dysfunctional and hypocritical family in this comedy seri…
 
Sometimes, there’s a book that catches your attention because it takes a popular trope (reincarnation) and builds a story around that feels like a fresh approach especially when it’s main characters are under 21. Cries from the Lost Island certain fit the bill. I had the opportunity to sit down and ask Kathleen O’Neal Gear some questions about her …
 
Team Obscura sits down and gets weird by checking out the 1982 film "Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam," better known around the world as "The Man Who Saved The World" and even better known as "Turkish Star Wars." Imagine a movie so bent on being a mockbuster that it literally stole footage from the George Lucas space opera it was inspired by, in order to tell…
 
Little Fires Everywhere is the Messy Drama/Mystery You Didn’t Know You Needed… Welcome back to another I Talk Sh*t & Read Book-to-Screen chat. This time, Ro and Joi are kicking off a new one and the topic’s Hulu Original series, Little Fires Everywhere. Hulu’s Series is an Adaptation that Elevates the Source Material Adapted from the novel by accla…
 
Steven talks about the Nineties era UK double bill on BBC2 of The Larry Sanders Show and Seinfeld, both becoming the staple of imported comedy from the land of Uncle Sam on Sunday late night's. Our Cult TV expert breaks down what makes the good, bad-mouthed and uncompromisingly funny of these two shows from the sidekicks to the subplots. MKH and TJ…
 
The Doctor is joined by Allegra from the Core Temp Arts Podcast Network to discuss season 1 of the original 21st century appointment television series, Nip/Tuck. The show follows two Miami-Dade plastic surgeons through their professional and private lives. Season 1 on rewatch was still soap opera, but we were amazed at the amount of social commenta…
 
Ro Thinks: Tales From the Loop Aims For the FeelsAmazon's new sci-fi show Tales from the Loop is an anthology based on the work of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag. His work blends the futuristic, long forgotten, into suburban/rural 1980s settings. It is evocative yet creepily nostalgic. If you've never seen his pair of art books, Tales From the Loop…
 
Another week of firsts for the show! Nick, Mike and Raekwon sit down (at the same time!) to talk about the 1980 Roger Corman sci-fi B-movie "Battle Beyond the Stars," a cult film that reminds the gang of a certain movie that takes place a long time ago in a galaxy far far away. Team Media Obscura also talks about how this movie put James Cameron on…
 
God Bless Saint Frances“You’re in your twenties, it gets better,” the man encouragingly tells Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan), after she tells him she’s a server at a restaurant. Bridget, in a dry tone, responds, “Actually, I’m 34.” The awkward silence that follows is probably not unfamiliar to Bridget, in a world that expects life clarity to appear in …
 
Nick and Mike return... WITH VIDEO! On this weeks episode, they check out the 1987 movie "The Running Man," which was inspired by the Stephen King novel of the same name. The movie follows Arnold Schwarzenegger as he plays a contestant on a murderous game show that's hosted by Richard Dawson (of Family Feud fame). Oh, and this episode is also avail…
 
Nick and Mike bring in the sixtieth episode of The Media Obscura Podcast by checking out the critically maligned Super Mario Bros movie! It's a movie about plumbers that... plumb. And also visit dystopian realities that are nothing like the source material from their iconic video game series! It's... a thing. They also talk about Animal Crossing Ne…
 
Two weeks worth of news this time, folks! As usual, we only do articles that personally interest us. This also applies to eShop deals, which we have decided to do in every news review when available (only deals that appear on nintendo.com/games). As usual, articles discussed are from nintendolife.com . Thanks for listening & sharing, guys! Remember…
 
Sundance Roundup: Downhill and The AssistantJoi and Ro sit down to discuss two films showcased during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Each film's central theme, gaslighting, plays out subtly and in real time. Both film open the door to a discussion that ultimately ends up about relationships and the care you take of you while in them. Joi On:The A…
 
We love a good satire. Sometimes, the best way to talk about society when it's gotten too full of itself is by lampooning it. But in order to pull that off, writers (Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse) and director (Craig Zobel) need a deft hand a clear understanding of where the irony lies. In The Hunt, the creative forces did not quite align. But where…
 
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