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”.
While I have decided to forego doing random searches for superhero related podcasts to review, when I happen to discover one that I hadn’t reviewed before while listening to various podcasts on my own I thought that it doesn’t hurt to give it a proper review here on my site. I discovered this podcast as I have started going through more Movies by Minutes podcasts and the hosts of this podcast have appeared on the Groundhog Minute podcast. If you’re not familiar with my style of reviews for this series, I give you the basics of the podcast, a brief review, and my own personal rating based on whether or not I decide to: subscribe, unsubscribe, or listen to selected episodes. That said, I’m still happy to accept submissions if you host or listen to a superhero or comic book movie podcast that you think I should review, leave me a comment and I will take a look at it.Read the rest of this entry
It’s time once again for another superhero podcast review. This time I did have one suggested to me to check out from a fan of the show. I almost considered not reviewing it as the podcast is more of an overall nerd culture podcast that has a handful of superhero episodes, but there were additional episodes that interested me so I figured I’d allow it. That’s also why one of the dials on the below podcast statistics graphic is missing as it didn’t quite make sense for this show. But I will still be giving the stats, my review, and it will come down to a rating of: Subscribe, Unsubscribe, or Selected Episodes. And if you know of or host a superhero podcast that you’d like me to review, feel free to let me know.
It’s time for another superhero podcast review as I keep searching for other random superhero-related podcasts. In general, I’ve been pretty lucky going through these as I’ve enjoyed more than I’ve not enjoyed. For each of these podcast reviews I go through the statistics and come up with a final rating of: Subscribed, Unsubscribed, or Selected Episodes. If you host or know of a superhero related podcast that I haven’t reviewed yet, feel free to leave a comment or send me an e-mail at Bubbawheat@msn.com
It’s been quite refreshing during this recent round of superhero podcast reviews as I’ve been trying to experience a few different styles of podcasts rather than just the traditional movie reviews. Though I haven’t always come fully on board with them, it’s been nice to listen to these varying types. And as usual, for each of these reviews I list out the details of the podcast and it all comes down to my final rating of: Subscribe, Unsubscribe, or Selected Episodes. And if you know of or host a superhero related podcast, feel free to leave a comment, or e-mail me at Bubbawheat@msn.com.Read the rest of this entry
I’ve actually quite been enjoying my return to exploring new superhero themed podcasts. It’s been a little difficult to choose how to search and which podcast to select just based on their name and sometimes their description, but I think I’ve been doing good so far. For each of these reviews, I give an overall stats breakdown, give a description of the podcast across a few different criteria, and give it an ultimate final rating of: Subscribe, Unsubscribe, or Selected Episodes. And if you know of or host a superhero podcast that I haven’t covered yet, feel free to let me know in the comments or by sending me an email at Bubbawheat@msn.com.
It’s time for yet another superhero podcast review where I listen to a few episodes of a superhero related podcast, give you the stats breakdown, tell you a little bit about the podcast in general and give it a rating. The ratings are pretty simple: Subscribe, Unsubscribe, or Selected Episodes and while I try to be very general in the overall written review, the final rating does involve my personal preference more than a generally objective rating. And if you know of or run a superhero podcast that I haven’t covered and would like me to check out, leave a comment or send me an email at Bubbawheat@msn.com.
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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