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In a lot of ways 1999 was the year that changed movies. From “The Matrix” and “The Blair Witch Project” to “American Beauty” and “The Sixth Sense”, the last year of the millennium was transformative for Hollywood. Through "Podcast Like It's 1999" writers Phillip Iscove (co-creator of FOX's Sleepy Hollow) and Kenny Neibart (Entourage, Hindsight) examine this apex of Cinema, before television took over, before Reality TV, before TMZ and Twitter but also after the internet, after Clinton, after ...
 
d4 Adventures: Corrosion is a space opera of epic proportions. Join Ian, Laura, Melissa, and Luna as they dive into the chaotic life of interstellar transporters who get pulled into an adventure greater than they could ever imagine. Twitch Stream: Wednesdays, 6:30-9pm EST Join our community: linktr.ee/d4adventures
 
The goal of this podcast is to share fun, interesting, off the wall, little known or little discussed, stories of history. Hopefully, I can rub off some good research methods, share the joys of a well-crafted museum exhibit, and entertain you. Basically, you found a history podcast run by a college undergrad, so anything can happen. Oh, and plenty of stapler sound effects. Enjoy!
 
An improv comedy podcast where your host, Will, attempts to teach you all about the real history and details behind some simple every day overlooked thing we all use, but not without being constantly distracted, interrupted, and sidetracked by a bunch of uninvited and unexpected ridiculously stupid guests who suddenly pop into the studio. One of many shows on The Red Curb Comedy Network at patreon.com/redcurbcomedy!
 
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In the thirteenth episode of Corrosion the crew of "The Diligence": Roanoak Dannon, hallucinates her mother, who is shocked she has a girlfriend... and then is attacked by aforementioned girlfriend's best friend Captain Ezra Rose, remembers simpler times, but it doesn't last long Kayaa Calwin, brings back a journey from her parents with top secret …
 
On our second double bill of this miniseries, we're joined by writer/producer Sarah Watson (The Bold Type, Parenthood) and writer/producer Adam Karp (Once Upon a Time, Teen Wolf), making his second appearance in the past week, to discuss The West Wing's ninth episode, THE SHORT LIST. We discuss how Sorkin was ahead of his time when thinking up poli…
 
Writer Jamie Rosengard joins us to discuss season one, episode eight of The West Wing: Enemies. Being one of the few episodes of the show not credited to Sorkin, we discuss how surprisingly well it captures the essence of his writing, especially considering the last minute script deliveries. We also take a deeper look at CJ and Danny's relationship…
 
This week we are joined by Ryan Marker of Screendrafts to talk about (In his opinion) one of the great, underrated, pre 9/11 airplane movies of all time. Place your trays in their upright positions, fasten your seatbelts, and enjoy today's in flight conversation on PUSHING TIN. As we work our way throught the plot of Mike Newell's air traffic contr…
 
A day later then expected but the boys return for another episode of Card Talk. Today Conor and Andrew have an extended conversation about card design before we jump back into Overdress set 2 to see what new tools our favorite decks have to play with. All the while actively going out of our way to avoid talking about Monster Strike because that's a…
 
Joe Reid, host of This Has Oscar Buzz, joins Phil in watching episode seven of The West Wing, THE STATE DINNER. We talk about the first appearance of Stockard Channing as Abigail Bartlet, CJs flirtatious relationship with reporter Danny Concannon, and the first time the show has acknowledged Mandy in five episodes. We also break down the national a…
 
In the twelfth episode of Corrosion the crew of "The Diligence": Roanoak Dannon, forgets to 'buckle up' and nearly falls to her death Captain Ezra Rose, pilots like a straight up maniac Kayaa Calwin, sacrifices Ori's wellness to save her allies ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ d4 Adventures: Corrosion is a space opera of epic propor…
 
It the the apocalypse!! So we brought on returning guest Chandler Levack to talk about the Canadian film, Last Night. We talk about Canadian film as a whole, what would you do with your last day, and how optimistic this movie looks into the apocalypse. Kenny even rant about greatness of Canadian films and thanks Phill and Chandler for being Canadia…
 
Screenwriter Liz Hannah (The Post, Longshot, All the Bright Places) joins Phil in watching episode 6 of The West Wing, Mr. Willis of Ohio. We discuss how Sorkin learns on the job, the degrees of sexism president Bartlet displays, and how his relationship with Leo is the heart of the show. We also compare this episode's viewership to modern televisi…
 
In the eleventh episode of Corrosion the crew of "The Diligence": Roanoak Dannon, finds out that bugs do indeed blend, and is pretty darn hot doing it Captain Ezra Rose, keeps taking risks and ends up nearly dead, again Kayaa Calwin, scolds Ezra for not caring about their safety and then saves them from arm-melting acid Gen, sentient AI of ‘The Dil…
 
In the tenth episode of Corrosion the crew of "The Diligence": Roanoak Dannon, a mob boss' daughter and archivist, comes face to face (?) with Valerian who has information about her sister, and continues to have Gen Captain Ezra Rose, starship pilot and gunslinger, get a new a new cyber-augment and tries to find a bathroom Kayaa Calwin, chemist and…
 
Corinne Stikeman is back on the show to discuss yet another romance film with a great concept, but a terrible execution: THE LOVE LETTER. We discuss this movie's failed attempt at counterprogramming, the questionable casting choices, and the faux french atmosphere it tries to squeeze out of its New England setting. We also theorize how and why this…
 
Writer/Director Jessica Ellis is back on the show to discuss The West Wing's fifth episode, The Crackpots and These Women. We talk about how Sorkin writes women, and how this episode's script airs out a lot of his dirty laundry regarding his own scriptwriting. We also discuss the (strangely) relevant plots surrounding the government's relationship …
 
Andrew goes away for another episode as the sackboys do their first episode of the newly biweekly schedule. Conor and Louis return to the digital world to discuss Digimon's 5th set which is full of Omnimon, Omnimon accessories, and a few other things like a meta defining pink knight who needs an errata.…
 
Jordan Crucchiola (Aughsterion, Disaster Girls) joins us to champion one of the more bizarre movies of 1999, THE GENERAL'S DAUGHTER. We break down John Travolta's career, from his highest highs, to his lowest lows, and where he could have been today, had he made the right choices. Jordan defends the whole of this film as being better than its parts…
 
Writer/Producer Bryan Cogman joins us to discuss the fourth episode of The West Wing, FIVE VOTES DOWN. We compare and contrast different mediums to discuss where we think Sorkin's writing shines, and talk about how this episode showcases the original premise of the show. We also discuss some stand out comedic performances from Richard Schiff and Al…
 
This week, we're talking clever kills, Stephen King, and Jason London with Too Stupid To Live's Becky Feldman, as we cover one of the most 90s horror movies out there, THE RAGE: CARRIE 2. We talk about how Carrie 2 is a completely different beast than its masterpiece of a predecessor, and how the connection to the first doomed it before it even hit…
 
In the ninth episode of Corrosion the crew of "The Diligence": Roanoak Dannon, a mob boss' daughter and archivist, comes face to face (?) with Valerian who has information about her sister, and continues to have Gen Captain Ezra Rose, starship pilot and gunslinger, get a new a new cyber-augment and tries to find a bathroom Kayaa Calwin, chemist and…
 
For the third episode of West Wing Wednesdays, we brought on Alex Berger, writer on the upcoming Law & Order offshoot, For the Defense, to talk about A PROPORTIONAL RESPONSE. We talk about how the audience must suspend their disbelief in the show's bombastic dialogue, and view the characters more like superheroes than real life political figures, t…
 
After taking another break from recording (we might as well be biweekly at this point) the boys return to talk about all the new D-set 2 releases. This includes some brand new faces, as well as the return of some old, ancient, and very not young units that caused an outrage at their reveal. Time to see what they actually do.…
 
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