We bring you a special Travelcast edition of the podcast, which is mainly Gizzy B and the Space Pirate Queen sitting in Carthay Circle inside California Disney getting buzzed off Manhattans. Yes, kids, you can get drunk at Disneyland. We talk San Diego Comic-con and the latest Batman Vs. Superman trailer.
Yeah, we’re pretty proud of this podcast’s title. This is what you’ve been waiting for, the second part of our Tokyo Drift drunkcast with Vito from Comics on Comics. Once again — we ride or die.
Zombies have become such a huge part of mainstream media today that I am pretty sure there has been many conversations between friends that led to the question, “What would YOU do during the zombie apocalypse?”
That is what Wasted is about and we spoke to producer Steve Kasan about the series and the CineCoup challenge that they are currently participating in.
Tell us about Wasted and where did the inspiration for it come from?
Wasted is about a group of friends in their mid 30s struggling in their lives with work, responsibilities and other things out of their control which goes completely out the window when the Zombie Apocalypse happens. When there is no rules, they get Wasted. The story starts with this group having a discussion as to what they would do if a zombie apocalypse were to happen after watching their favourite zombie franchise, Dealing with the Dead, starring their favourite Zombie Killer actress, Lovina.
When they step outside to get something to eat they find a zombie apocalypse has happened. Now they must use their knowledge from video games, comic books, literature, movies, the internet, and life to survive & have high adventures in the waste land.
As the title of our last podcast suggest and as I am sure most of you have noticed already — it is the Age of Sequels. Or reboots. Or re-hashing of movies from 20 years ago that Hollywood thinks they can make new cash with. Whatever you want to call it, it’s happening right now. The sad truth is that I am one of the enablers and that I am truly excited for these movies. I might be failing my peers in the creative community as a whole.
Independence Day is one of my favorite movies. I will fight with anyone’s beloved grandmother to the end that it is one of the most re-watchable films from the 90s. Next year in 2016, the movie will be 20 years old and I have a feeling this sequel is aiming to release in conjunction with that anniversary.
Elizabeth Neale returns with Jon Verrall to the show to talk about their Indiegogo campaign to launch season 2 of LARPs: The Series, which will be bigger and better! Also, we are launching a separate campaign for Elizabeth’s personal trailer and Swedish masseur. Find out what’s new with one of our favorite webseries and what kind of goodies you can get if you support their crowdfunding… #getshotinthedick.
The Lady Geeks start a new segment to celebrate the Fast and the Furious movie franchise. Don’t judge us. Also, this episode is full of lies. Fanfic Theatre: Lord of the Rings.