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Sketched Out on TV – a New Podcast

sketched-out-logoHey readers, I just wanted to do a quick post to share a new podcast project that I’ve been working on for quite a while now. While it’s not entirely connected to superhero movies, the first episode does have a nice little superhero connection. I’ve joined forces with a co-host Chris Revill of Let’s Chat with Revill and Friends to discuss sketch comedy shows, something that I’ve loved just as long as my love of superhero movies and TV shows. Each episode we’ll be discussing a different sketch comedy TV show and will specifically be looking at a single sketch from the show. There are currently two episodes available to listen to now and we will be submitting to iTunes after the next episode drops. Click here to subscribe and/or listen to all the available episodes. In episode 1 we discuss the big one, Saturday Night Live, specifically when the Rock first hosted in 2000 and played Clark Kent in one of the sketches. And in episode 2 we discuss Mr. Show with Bob and David, specifically the Thrilling Miracles sketch from the second season with super pan. I hope you’ll listen and subscribe. Feedback can be sent to SketchedOutOnTV@gmail.com, you can follow us on Twitter @SketchedOutOnTV and if you have any suggestions for sketch comedy shows we should check out, be sure to let us know!

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Filmwhys #80 Children of Men and Mystery Men

The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Sean Fallon from Audiences Everywhere and From First to Last who asks me why I hadn’t seen Children of Men, a film set in a post-apocalyptic world where children haven’t been born in almost twenty years from director Alfonso Cuaron. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen Mystery Men, a superhero parody film featuring a great cast including Ben Stiller, William H. Macy, and Geoffrey Rush.
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Filmwhys #79 Trick R Treat and Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight

The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast horror special where my guest is Chris Tanksi from The (title pending) Movie Podcast with Tank and Fogs who asks me why I hadn’t seen Trick R Treat, a cult film that has played a part in revitalizing the anthology film despite having been shelved for a few years. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight, the first theatrical movie from the popular HBO series.
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Filmwhys #78 American Psycho and X-Men: First Class

The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Heather Baxendale from the MILFcast otherwise known as the official Man, I Love Films Podcast who asks me why I hadn’t seen American Pscyho, one of the breakout roles for Christian Bale and a cult satire on 80’s business class society. An in return, I ask her why she hadn’t seen X-Men: First Class, the first reboot of the X-Men that took a look at a younger Xavier and Magneto with a stellar cast and Matthew Vaughn directing.
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Filmwhys #77 Monster Squad and Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Nolahn from The Lair of the Unwanted who asks me why I hadn’t seen Monster Squad, an 80’s family horror movie that’s somewhere along the lines of the Goonies meet the Universal Horror monsters. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, the first animated Batman movie spun off of the successful animated series and some could say the best Batman film of all time. You can also find Nolahn’s book: The Bargain Bin Review on Amazon.
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Filmwhys #76 Before Sunset and Moonwalker

The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Tim Costa from First Time Watchers who asks me why I hadn’t seen Before Sunset, the second film in Richard Linklater’s Before Trilogy which is just about to be inaugurated into the Criterion Collection and in return I ask him why he hadn’t seen Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker, mostly a collection of music videos and performances from the height of his fame with the barest hint of a superhero story involving Joe Pesci and some kids buried in the middle.
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Filmwhys #75 Sixteen Candles and Josie and the Pussycats

The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Emily Mackay from Movies and Mayhem who asks me why I hadn’t seen Sixteen Candles, one of the seminal 80’s coming of age films from writer/director John Hughes. And in return, I ask her why she hadn’t seen Josie and the Pussycats, a 00’s revamp of the Archie comics characters turned into a meta narrative about pop culture at the time.
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Filmwhys Extra #28 What is a Comic Book Movie?

It’s been a while since I’ve done a Filmwhys Extra episode, the episode between the episodes before I started my Filmwhys Spotlight project. But this idea came to mind a few weeks back and I just had to make it happen. So without further ado, The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast crossover episode with two other comic book movie podcasts 24 Panels Per Second and Meanwhile… and their respective hosts Dru Jeffries, David Babbitt, and James Thompson where we ask a seemingly simple question: What is a Comic Book Movie
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Filmwhys Spotlight: Supergirl

The third entry in my series shining a light on underappreciated superhero movies through the eyes of the fans that love them. This time around I’m shining the spotlight onto 1984’s Supergirl with the help of guests Jermaine Dickerson from Jermaine Design, Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films, and Andrew Wickliffe from The Stop Button. I hope you’ll join us in taking a look at some of the brighter points of this movie that for many hasn’t stood the test of time, not that it even was ever successful in the first place.
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Filmwhys #74 Face/Off and Bounty Killer

The Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Honor Knight from The Soiled Restroom Cinema podcast who asks me why I hadn’t seen Face/Off, one of director John Woo’s best American movies with amazing performances from Nicolas Cage and John Travolta acting like each other as much as possible. And in return, I ask him why he hadn’t seen Bounty Killer, a comic book movie from just a couple years ago that’s a low budget, high gore, action flick that’s a mix of Mad Max and Kill Bill with a lot more comedy and not nearly as much style.

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