Welcome to the Squacklecast Quarterly, a pish posh upper scale podcast. You have your daily podcasts, your weekly podcasts, etc. Well, we are apparently some sort of “quarterly” podcast.
We talk about the government shutdown, Metal Gear Solid, and what we talked about the last podcast. A general discussion about Aquaman, Justice League, Star Wars, Star Trek, Transformers, etc.
New movies vs. old movies discussion talking about how movies are structured nowadays.
We had some sort of technical issue and Skype closed, losing about 10 minutes of conversation, but it wasn’t important anyway. We then started to talk about cereal. Orange juice with pulp as a hipster beverage. This part of the conversation lasts way longer than it should have.
MORE STAR WARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And Toys R Us store-visiting experiences!!!
We talk about the general concept of shared universes and crossovers. There’s a general lack of crossovers nowadays, and I think the idea that Alien, Blade Runner, and Soldier all being in the same universe is a dandy one. Thanks Ridley Scott!
The new Jersey Shore reunion is a topic of discussion.
And there’s a Star Wars: The Last Jedi porn parody. It’s probably better than The Last Jedi.
Looks like they got rid of Finn completely — so it’s actually just the director’s cut of The Last Jedi.
Wow, another podcast in the same year as another one?!?
We talk about what we are going to talk about. Unfortunately we have some recording issues, with dropping out and connections I guess, so sorry for that.
Pacific Rim Uprising is what we discuss at the beginning since it is out this weekend. We talk about reviews and how it compares to transformers. then we talk about transformers and actors who appear in this sort of movie.
We then go into about Comedians becoming dramatic actors and dramatic actors who take on comedic roles, such as Chris Hemsworth in Thor: Ragnarok.
We talk about having no time to watch shows. Atlanta, Black Mirror is discussed. Then we talk about Eddie Murphy, which leads into Smash Mouth tour dates and then a discussion on fast food.
Somebody once told me the world listens to Squacklecast.
I think they were lying.
We talk about the Facebook data breach and other miscellaneous things.
I’M GOING TO GO SEE PACIFIC RIM UPRISING NOW, EVERYONE.
Oh, right we do… well get ready for the POST-OSCARS OSCARS 2018 TRAILERS GUIDE!!! WITH THE SQUACKLECAST!!!
This is Peak Squacklecast right here folks. Or is it “Pique?”
We talk about The Oscars, and how we would improve it. A pear is also involved at multiple times. We talk about the movies we did and didn’t see during The Oscars. There are other things too, I guess. I sort of forgot at this point.
We also do a quick recap on Black Panther, our likes and dislikes. I NEVER FREEZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Something I forgot to mention in our mini-recap about Black Panther — I would have liked more “panther” type kinetic releases (like swiping and jumping or whatever) rather than a big kinetic cloud coming out of a suit.
We also recommit to doing a Squacklecast more often so that our listeners out there can get more content! Or maybe we didn’t recommit.
Another year has passed, and for some reason we finally remembered to do a Squacklecast!
Lots of things have changed, and we talk mostly about Wonder Woman, Batman, and Twin Peaks.
We talk about MTV, Ryan Seacrest’s dildos, how Carson Daly will share a burrito with you, and a 15 minute long awkward “ending” to this week’s podcast.
Since my old iMac finally was booted from having an up to date version of Skype, I had to record on my new computer with a new configuration. We might sound a little different than usual, but hopefully it isn’t bad. It is easier to set up though, so we may once again be able to do these more often.
Wow its been like 3 or 4 months since the last one? Well, here’s another SQUACKLECAST.
We talk about how much I hate having “fun” on the 4th of July weekend.
X-Men Apocalypse and Warcraft are the main topics otherwise.
Pixar’s Finding Dory is out, we haven’t seen it, but we talk about how hard it is for us to say which Pixar movies we actually really like for some reason. Who actually asked for a sequel to Finding Nemo anyway?
Clifford the Big Red Dog is also coming to the big screen.
Michael Bay and Roland Emmerich come up. We also talk about their careers.
We then talk about this Uno card game for the PS1, with this amazing opening movie.
I’m probably missing some things. ANYWAY! See ya next time!
Episode 30 is here! And I made a new song! Maybe?? I don’t know what it’s going to sound like as I’m typing this, so maybe you’ll like it.
For the first hour or so we catch up about what we’ve been watching (like Daredevil) and a couple of other events. I talk about how I was able to kill 3 crickets within 30 seconds or so. We talk primarily about two things, Screening Room which a service that would allow you to watch new movies “day of” in the home.
and for the second hour or so…BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE.
We both saw it so we talk about what we liked, what we didn’t like, etc. There are spoilers, just in case you are worried.
The whole podcast is the longest we’ve ever done, it seems. We figured if you’re going to bother listening, you’ll just listen to the whole thing.
Hey everyone! Sorry for the long break, but we’re finally back with a new Squacklecast.
This time we talk a little bit about the reason behind using aliases on the web site as well as the inspiration/explanation behind the current theme song for the 3rd set of Squacklecasts. I’ll be debuting a new song for the 4th set (Episodes 30 through 39) with Episode 30.
With David Bowie‘s passing this month, we go into David Bowie‘s career and what movies/music we personally have interest in when it comes to him.
The Prestige is the most notable acting performance to me, other than knowing he was in Labyrinth. Music was obviously a big part of our exposure.
We go into a longer discussion of Terminator: Gensisys and talk about how laser weapons, time travel, and killer robots are much more believable than one billion pre-orders of an operating system. Also, the movie seemed to be trolling people after the third time travel jump. They also turned Terminators into metal zombies. It was basically one big cartoon of a movie.
It’s a lot easier to remember what you didn’t talk about when you do more than one podcast every 3 months.
Happy Founder’s Day everyone! It has been 22 years since anyone last cared about it, but TODAY is the day we do!
Today we have Unnamedhero joining us on the show.
We talk about the Angry Birds movie trailer a bit, which leads to a discussion about reality shows, somehow.
The Pope is in town and we talk about that a little bit. I don’t care about religion that much, so here’s some picture.
Oh, Pope Francis! You so great!
Twenty Eleven or Two thousand and eleven? We spend like 10 minutes talking about how to say numbers.
We skip to John Boehner and talk about how big of a cry baby he is.
I’m gonna miss one thing about Mr. Boner. Well, two.
We go into the Republican debates/controversies a bit. I bring up my Twitter interactions with random crazy conservatives who are outraged over renamed mountains and clocks.
We also announce the new Apple clothing store, iRack. Only black shirts. Then somehow Billy knows random actors who wear all black.
We go over some presidential predictions, and then go into some Fall TV talk. Gotham is back. This leads into a bigger discussion about plotlines and story in comic book TV shows and movies. James Bond stuff comes up. Billy saw the new Fantastic Four. We talk about it.
We go over super heroes and what their party affiliations would probably be. The consensus may surprise you on some of the famous heroes!
That’s it for today! Hopefully the next episode isn’t too far away…