That right there is the super sexy, pretty much a glorified slideshow version of episode 3 of the Critapocalypse Podcast. In this episode we review various stuff such as Sunset Overdrive, Slugs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014), Episode 1 of the new seasons of The Flash and Arrow and various other things. Click the link below for the Soundcloud streaming version which you can also download and listen while you walk to work… you’re nearly 2 hour walk to work.
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So we went and made another of these stupid bloody podcasts. In case you missed it last time, Critapocalypse is a podcast I make with my buddy Matt over at Cinemageddon. In it we review a load of random stuff. Mostly TV shows, films and games, but often random things we’ve done. Click the link below to see what we reviewed in this episode and get a link to the downloadable Soundcloud version.
Well, there’s a podcast with that name anyway. Last weekend I recorded a podcast with my buddy Matt over at Cinemageddon. in it we discuss and critique various films, games, tv shows and even a toilet roll. Up there is the video version of the podcast, which is a combination of slideshow and gameplay footage. Below I’ll post the link to the audio only version where you can download the podcast to listen whilst sat on the toilet. Just make sure you listen to my thoughts on Morrison’s Shea Butter Toilet Roll first though. I care about your comfort. So yeah, that’s out podcast. Tell us what you think. I’ll post new episodes whenever I get the video version edited together. If you like your gaming then have a look at my Mellow Gaming Youtube channel where I host the podcast video. You might like it. Maybe.
Gawd I’m way behind on getting this review done. The last week has been quite busy for me. I recorded about 3 hours of gaming fun for my mellow gaming Youtube channel, followed that up with an 85 minute podcast called Critapocalypse and have spent the last 4 days editing these things. Now, is finally the time for me to get back to reviewing them film things I review. Ladies and gets, here is Dead Heat.
So I was having a bit of a lame weekend for various reasons and needed some junk food film watching. Having only watched Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure a few days earlier I had to turn to my other alleged guilty pleasure. That being, girl centric high school comedies. I’ve already covered Clueless here, one day I’ll get to Fast Times at Ridgemont High. What I really needed to watch was a high school comedy with Shakespearean levels of drama. There is only one possible choice. Mean Girls it is then. Click the link for a totally fetch review.
You know when you get the sudden urge to just watch a film? This wasn’t one of those situations. For week’s now all sorts of crappy crap has been going on with people harassing anyone that dares to be a woman, or even stand up for what a woman dares to say on the internet, and it all got me quite fed up. I just don’t understand harassing someone over the internet, or at all. All I keep thinking about is how they must have missed seeing Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure in their youth. I say this because the film contains possibly the greatest and most beautifully simple piece of philosophy of modern times. A simple idea with which we should carry ourselves in order to not be crappy people. That being “be excellent to each other, and party on dudes”. It’s so simple it should be written on money or something. Anyway, let’s talk about how good Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure actually is. Click the link.
In the interests of full disclosure I should state that I did back the funding of this film on Kickstarter. I did so as a fan of Bill Plympton’s work and so, if you think I liked this film based on this review I would hope you’d understand that it is as a fan of his films, and not because I backed it. Besides, backing on Kickstarter isn’t the same as investing in a film for profit. It’s pretty much the same as pre-ordering a game or a DVD. Hell, if you view backing a Kickstarter as a show of bias then you must also consider buying a DVD and thus giving money to a studio to further finance films and to monetarily support the film maker as a sign of bias also. I say this because disclosure has been a hot topic recently, and whilst yes, it is important, some people seem to have the wrong idea about what it means. Anyway, here’s my review that is clearly tainted by the money I gave to this film’s production.