Join booktator Jeane and special guest Elizabeth Wallace from the Comic Issues Podcast as they discuss books to read before the movies come out, and the archetype “The Villain.”
It is Spooky’s birthday episode! Also celebrating a birthday this week also was the great master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock. So we watched Rear Window, one of the best Hitchcock films, let alone if not one of the best films ever made. So please download and listen in as we talk some Hitchcock, Spooky’s birthday and make fun of Vin Diesel a little bit. You know, like one does.
As the summer night gets longer and days get hotter we here at Movie Issues went back to school this week with the viewing of the 1987s movie Summer School. Where Mark Harmon stars a high school gym teacher who is forced to teach a remedial English class for a bunch of maladjusted goof-off misfit students. Can he do it? Maybe with the help of Kirstie Alley he just might be able too? So please download and listen in as we find out!
We’ve finally did it! Our Facebook has reached AND surpassed 600 Likes and we’re as happy as an intrigue of kittens in yarn factory. This week we thank our amazing fans for helping us get to this point and look forward to continuing on into the future and 1000 Likes!! You’re contribution to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, even Google+ excite us and entertaining you is the reason we continue to do what we do.
Along with the fan love this week our heroes and heroine talk about who could be the new Doctor (before we knew), and the ups and downs of getting super powers. Breaking down the 4 ways to become a hero: born with powers, bestowed power, science experiment, and trained; every one of them has its ups and downs. What do you think is the best?
Maybe they haven’t quite recovered from Comic-Con yet, but the podcast crew is really grumpy today. Anthony’s glaring at everybody, Andrew’s bringing up forbidden topics, and Elizabeth’s just plain starting trouble. It’s a battle of wills, a clash of Titans! Or maybe that’s just the Batman vs. Superman movie.
Join our rage-filled heroes and heroine as they argue, rant, and still manage to laugh while speculating about the upcoming DC movies and what we could expect from a Flash or Wonder Woman film. Along the way they also discuss Comic-Con food, proper footwear, and how to escape a recording studio before someone flips a table.
Even though they were short a Tator this week, Jeane and Karena delve into what most know as a Broadway masterpiece, Gaston Leroux’s The Phantom of the Opera. They snoop the shadows and discuss the mystery of Erik (don’t know who that is? Read the book! Then listen to this!). Also the ladies share the joy which will be the California Bookstore Day that is being featured on Indiegogo. Support your local indie bookstores! Read On
Comic-Con 2013 begins tomorrow! And as if that wasn’t enough, tomorrow is also the premiere of the highly-anticipated fan-made web series Young Justice: Abduction.
Join our heroes and heroine and their special guest, writer and actor Colin Bass, as they talk about the thrills and perils of creating your own web series. Andrew gets to geek out with a fellow Power Ranger fan, Colin gets shot at, Elizabeth gets a new name, and Anthony gets run down like a dog in the street. (One of those is probably an exaggeration.)
This podcast was originally broadcast live from Villainous Lair Studios! In front of a huge online audience! Huge!
In this episode, the Tators ask what makes them abandon a book and talk about Thug Notes. Then they delve into the second installment of the trope/archetype series in preparation for this month’s book selection: The Phantom of the Opera. What makes an anti hero? Who are some of literature’s most notable examples?
Why do we all love the anti hero even more than the vanilla heroes?
We here at Movie Issues HQ are in the middle of our month long theme of watching the great and fun films of Stallone! This week we decided to watch one of the Rocky movies. We went with Rocky III because, why wouldn’t you? It has Rocky, The Penguin, Mr. T, Hulk Hogan and the gayest run on the beach ever. It was actually a pretty fun movie. A good time was had by all. So please download and join us in the Stallone love!