On this week’s GameInvasion, it’s our final episode. We talk about our favorite games of all time!
On this week’s GameInvasion, we talk about things that bug the everloving crap out of us about video games.
This time on Radio Bastard Presents, Jason and Jeremy interview Marlon Wayans and then talk to Chris Cummins about sketch comedy and Robin Williams’ legacy
On GameInvasion, we talk about lots of stuff, including the future of video games! Sorta. You’ll just have to listen.
Wise man say: forgiveness is divine, but only listening to Paul, AJ, and Nowheresville director/Smoke Gets in Your Ears co-host Joseph Lewis discuss the original 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film will get you past those pearly gates. Or something, a little birdie told us. But not, like, a mutant bird. Anyway. The
Alan Tudyk talks to RadioBastard about Premature, whether he begged Joss Whedon to spare him in Serenity, motion capture acting and more
The gang reaches the end of Mad Men season 1, wherein Don is vulnerable, Peggy ascends, and Betty is oh so very sad.
This week on GameInvasion, we talk about games you haven’t tried yet and probably should.
On the new Gobbledygeek, Paul and AJ chat with Kurtiss Hare of Akron, OH’s brand new Nightlight Cinema.
On this week’s GameInvasion, we want these games to be made. They don’t exist. This is a problem.
The gang nears the end of Mad Men season 1, as more of Don’s past is revealed and Roger has a semi-eclipse of the heart.
This gang continues their discussion of Mad Men season 1, this time mostly about Pete Campbell and that chip-and-dip.
Just taking a guess here, but you probably don’t want to go to Hell. Probably don’t want to rule it, either. And neither does Lucifer, the original fallen angel himself, which sets in motion the events of The Sandman: Vol IV – Season of Mists. Pop culture academics (and Wanna Cook? authors) K. Dale