Master Adam Thomas is training sensei Thomas Mariani in the ancient techniques of martial arts cinema! Joining in the fight between good and bad martial arts films is legendary warrior Shakyl Lambert. First, Jet Li steps into the mighty shoes of Bruce Lee for the historical epic Fist of Legend. Then,
Pop Culture Cosmos #195- Can Scoob Reignite The Hanna-Barbera Universe, Rob McCallum’s Ode To Mr. Dressup, and Pac-Man and Empire Strikes Back Turn 40!
A lot of great interviews on tap for this week’s program with director Rob McCallum from Zero Cool Films stopping by to talk about Box Art: The Docuseries, Action Figure Adventure, and his latest documentary project on one Canada’s all-time favorite kid’s shows, Mr. Dressup. He talks about why the show was so popular with
This Week on Earth Station DCU! Drew Leiter and Cletus Jacobs must Pay the Piper! In Justice League #44, Aquaman calls the Justice League for help. What does this have to do with Neptune’s balls? In Justice League Odyssey #20, Jessica Cruz sends a message back in time to warn
Star Trek, Gargoyles, Vampires, Star Wars, and more… Star Trek Strange New Worlds is bringing us more Captain Pike. We have waited a year for this exciting news and now it is official! Anson Mount returns as Pike for some episodic adventures aboard the original USS Enterprise. The Batwoman CW
The Big Finish series of River Song stories continues with a close encounter of the Fourth kind. Mike, Mike, Mary, and Julie Filipek run with River as she faces a new villainous race that give her a devil of a time. We want to hear from you! Please write us
PCC Multiverse #173- The Podcast Wars Heat Up, Is Alternative Music On Life Support, and The Justice League Snyder Cut Is Real!
Just so many things to cover on this week’s episode of the PCC Multiverse it can barely contain itself! Josh and Gerald cover the big announcement that yes, the Zack Synder cut of Justice League actually exists and will debut (with some added scenes) in 2021 for HBO Max. What could a
If assassin Martin Q. Blank shows up at your door, chances are you did something to bring him there. If he shows up at your high school reunion, chances are he just wants a little Shakabuku. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley take a look at the 1997 dark comedy featuring
This past weekend, director, editor, actress Lynn Shelton died unexpectedly. Lynn Shelton died of a previously unidentified blood disorder in Los Angeles on May 16, 2020, at age 54, after several days of ill health. She directed several award winning films: 2006 We Go Way Back 2008 What the Funny
In this episode we turn to our archive of con panels and pull one of the earliest recordings that we have for the 42cast. The year was 2016, but the content is still relevant today. In this one we discuss how prolific Doctor Who media is and what our strategies
Cigar Nerds Podcast: Reboots and Remakes. This week we revisit our old friends Jay and Silent Bob and take a look at Kevin Smith’s return to the Askewniverse with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. With Hollywood looking for new ways to release movies could the Kevin Smith touring model be
This week, Double Edged Double Bill looks at the world of live action family films! Adam Thomas and Thomas Mariani welcome guest Emily Slade of Why This Film Podcast to talk about two films in which a furry creature barges into people’s lives. First, The Cat In The Hat shows the
Flopcast episode 419! We’re continuing our look at the Saturday morning cartoon landscape forty years ago, but we’re changing the channel to see what was happening on CBS. (Sorry, no remote control, kids. Gotta get off the couch and turn the stupid knob.) CBS ran a bunch of Filmation shows