Category Archives: Podcasts
Groundhog Day After Day After Day week 3
We made it through another week of shows. In the three episodes this week, we’ve got one returning guest and one new guest as we dive into days 6 through 8 of Groundhog Day. And if you haven’t yet, be sure to come on over and join the Facebook Group It’s Time to Rewind: A Time Loop Group and discuss the episodes as they come out, share memes, and discuss new and old time loop movies or TV shows. But for now, let’s get to this week’s episodes.Read the rest of this entry
Groundhog Day After Day After Day week 2
It’s been a fun second week of my new podcast It’s Time to Rewind and I hope you give it a listen. We’ve got three new episodes for you and two new guests as we get into some of the shorter loops of Groundhog Day so it made sense to bring back a guest to talk about a few related days in a row. Also, if you haven’t checked out the Facebook Group It’s Time to Rewind: A Time Loop Group I’d love it if you joined to discuss the podcast, share time loop memes, or discuss new or past time loop movies, episodes, or novels and short stories. But let’s get into this week’s episodes, shall we?Read the rest of this entry
Groundhog Day After Day After Day 2
I’ve finished out the week with the third brand new episode of my new podcast doing a deep dive into the 1993 Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day. My guest is Robert from To the Escape Hatch discuss Phil’s February 2nd, Groundhog Day number 2 that starts at 18 minutes and 17 seconds with Sonny and Cher’s I Got You Babe and Phil saying to himself that the radio station is playing yesterday’s tape and ends at 25 minutes and 21 seconds with Phil asks when the long distance lines will be repaired and breaks a pencil in half before going to sleep with the clock flipping to 4:05.
Robert can be found at To the Escape Hatch
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Groundhog Day After Day After Day #1
I’m back with another episode of my new podcast. For today’s episode we are looking at Phil’s first Groundhog day and my guest is Paul from Blokebusters and the loop we are looking at starts at 7 minutes and 26 seconds with a shot of the Cherry Street Inn and Phil Conners waking up to Sonny and Cher’s “I Got You Babe” and ends at 18 minutes and 17 seconds with Phil getting out of a cold shower and Ms. Lancaster saying that “of course there wouldn’t be any hot water today.”
Groundhog Day After Day After Day 0
My latest podcast has launched! New episodes will come out every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I’ll be sharing each episode in the first week of episodes here, and afterwards I’ll have a weekly wrap-up, so if you think you’ll enjoy the show, and I hope you will, go ahead and subscribe on whatever platform you use. So for today’s episode we have Season 1 Episode 0 of It’s Time to Rewind: Groundhog Day After Day After Day. Host Bubbawheat and guest Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films, The Forgotten Filmcast, and the Walt Sent Me Podcast discuss February 1st in the 1993 Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day. It starts at minute zero with the Columbia logo and ends at 7 minutes and 26 seconds with Rita and Larry discussing how Phil had just called himself “the talent”.
Groundhog Day After Day After Day
While I’m still going through superhero and comic book movies here in written form, I have started to revisit podcasting. My latest project will be coming out next month, but you can listen to a preview episode right now. I will be dissecting the 1993 movie Groundhog Day with each episode covering a single day of Phil Conners’ repetitive trip to Punxsutawney, PA for the Groundhog Festival. Hope you subscribe, listen, and enjoy! Click here or on the cover art to listen to the preview episode right now.
The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film podcast where my guest is Kai Parker from The MILFcast who asks me why I hadn’t seen Resevoir Dogs, the film that introduced Quentin Tarantino to the indie film world. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen Tank Girl, a quintessential cult 90’s film full of feminism, punk rock sensibilities, and mutant kangaroo men. Read the rest of this entry
Episode 84 of the Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Non Wels from the Joy Sandwich Podcast who asks me why I hadn’t seen Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, the first feature length film from the mind of Hiyao Miyazaki that basically became the start of Studio Ghibli. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen 30 Days of Night, the vampire movie set in the Northernmost town in Alaska where vampires savage the town for an entire month.
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Welcome back to the return of a regular episode of Filmwhys, though it may be short lived. We’ll see. But for now, I bring back returning guest DJ Valentine from Simplistic Reviews who asks me why I hadn’t seen the Last Starfighter, a classic 80’s family movie that combines two of my favorite things: sci-fi and video games. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen 2 Guns, the comic book movie that doesn’t have much going for it except for the amazing and unexpected chemistry between Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.
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I’m still on hiatus, but in lieu of a new show I’m sharing a couple portions of other Lamb Podcasting Network shows that I have been a part of. First up is Exploding Helicopter which can be found at ExplodingHelicopter.podomatic.com where Will and I discuss the much maligned X-Men Origins: Wolverine and its underwhelming helicopter explosion. After that is a clip from the Lambcast which can be found at LargeAssMovieBlogs.com where I and several others discuss this past Fall’s Marvel movie Doctor Strange. I’ll be back on schedule in February.
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