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Laser Time is a show featuring folks in the video games industry, although not necessarily about video games. It’s a hyper-silly, multimedia-infused look at film, TV, comics, music, pop culture, and nostalgia from the perspective of people who game for a living. Obviously, their opinions are their own and do not reflect that of their employers.
 
Cape Crisis is about comics. Love for comic books, nostalgia for our heroes, anger at crappy comic movies, and everything in between. We fashioned our undying love for sequential art into a white hot star of a podcast! Listen as we explore the latest news and most important topics in the world of comics, heroic and beyond.
 
Pokemon Monday is GamesRadar's only podcast devoted 100% to all things Pokemon. Step into the bizarre hivemind of several adult Pokemon fantatics each Monday as we bring you a no-frills, raw and unedited passionate Pokemon discussion covering breaking news, events, and whatever else is on our singularly devoted Pokemon brains. No Pokemon-related topic is off limits.
 
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Stephen King's obviously one of pop culture's most famous authors, but for our October movie marathon purposes, he's also generated billions of dollars of box office revenue with dozens of film and TV adaptations. We've scoured box office reports, reviews, and the finest in internet user criticism to try and find a consensus of which of Stephen Kin…
 
Still trying to watch a horror movie for every day in October? Well, have we got a cheat for you! The lost majesty of the horror anthology movie is an easy and wonderful way to ingest multiple stories within a single film! And that's saying nothing of how easy it is to commit to several short stories instead of one big two hour one. So join us as w…
 
The world's having a bit of a rough go right now, so feel free to take solace where ever you can. A great place to hide from the darkness is in your favorite music, which is exactly what we're doing in this Laser Time audio extravaganza! Come with us on a auditory journey back to not-so-long-ago when making peppy tunes about our upcoming apocalypse…
 
Mount up, original bingers! We've got a got another fantabulous quizdown this week, and its guaranteed to activate something in the back of any TV obsessed brain. There's a little something at the end of every TV show that's slowly dying out in the streaming age, but before it does, we're gonna celebrate some of television's earwormiest jingles, wi…
 
Computer... Generated... Imagery. IT'S TERRIBLE. Except when it isn't? Which is kind of a miracle given production schedules, budgets, and a... general respect for animation. Obviously, CG can be easily taken for granted, but its ubiquity has become commonplace enough to where most people don't even notice some of our favorite heroes, characters, b…
 
Laser Time's favorite parodist, Dan Amrich of Palette-Swap Ninja, has a new superhero-inspired project to chat about called Hero Falls, so we're using that as a springboard to talk about the history of the song parody! It's a musical journey through the ages as we explore the beautiful offspring of comedy and music in a time before Weird Al, and ba…
 
As a television institution that's kept chugging along for almost half a century now, Saturday Night Live has little choice but to be a reflection of our own abnormalities. So with SNL recently tapping out of socially distance sketch comedy for the season, Dave Rudden and Tony Wilson join Laser Time for a look back at some of the other weirdest mom…
 
Since we're all stuck at home and mostly away from work, let's have a little chat at the emotional turmoil that can erupt when we're all trapped in the same room, with the same people, with little to no hope of intervention. Whether your budget's low or you're just hungry for an Emmy, a lot can be revealed when our favorite TV shows cut themselves …
 
No, we're NOT talking about acts of animal cruelty, although we should warn the faint of heart, we will be talking about how entertainment uses the death of innocent animals to either tug on our hearts strings and/or the first line of suspense. It's a hack practice that has almost-but-not-entirely fallen out of fashion, but get ready to relive some…
 
Even though we are practically overwhelmed with adaptions of our favorite books, comics, and games these days, getting the Hollywood treatment remains a massive accomplishment. Which is why it's strange that sometimes, whether good or bad, your favorite thing will get made into a film that just falls into obscurity. Or maybe Netflix just made a new…
 
Movies, TV, video games, comics, sports and more. While not the most important things in the world right now, the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a wrench into how all of that is produced and/or distributed. In this special episode, we're going through a relatively recent list of Coronavirus-related disruptions to our entertainment consumption, and ju…
 
Modern media distribution has brought us untold accessibility… but has it come at the cost of discoverability? Streaming, digital rentals, and On Demand tend to favor the shiny, the new, the recently licensed exclusive or remake (and so do most of us TBH) so we figured there must be something genuinely special about having a favorite movie that cam…
 
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