Ok, so a main character did play a planet eating robot later, but get off my back! A classic noir piece from 1949 directed by Carol Reed, The Third Man stars Joseph Cotton, Orson Welles, Valli, and Trevor Howard, with a smaller role for Bernard Lee, the man most of us remember best as M […]
First things first, my name is Ben and I am your friendly neighborhood podcaster from The Adequately-Sized Podcast. My goal is to introduce you (and myself) to movies from yesteryear, be they classics or… not so classic. In most cases, there will be no robots, and I’m not sorry. To Kill a Mockingbird is based […]
Sergei Eisenstein’s great film Ivan the Terrible demands as much from it’s viewers as it did it’s creators. That’s why I can’t and won’t mention a food that perfectly complements the film, because it doesn’t leave a lot of room for food. However, I can recommend a beverage, like a dark, Russian ale that you […]
Well this has certainly come out of the blue. Telltale Games, the same people who have brought adventure games back from the dead, revealed in the July issue of Game Informer that they have struck a deal with NBC Universal to produce games based on their IPs. Telltale will be kicking the party off with […]
A new Mortal Kombat film? Wasn’t the first bad enough? The above video is a trailer for the rumored revamp of the Mortal Kombat film, focusing on a gritty, realistic version of the franchise. If you ask me, the last thing Mortal Kombat needs is realism, but who knows. At first I figured this was […]
Hello my dear friends and welcome to the show that never ends! This week we talk about child abuse, trolling dads, fanfiction, conventions, and your questions! We also announce the winner of this weeks’ questions quandary! Not much else can be said other than this has to be one of our best shows EVER!
Scott Pilgrim doing battle against 7 evil ex-boyfriends (one’s a girl, squeeee) in order to win the heart of his beloved Ramona? Win. What’s even cooler is that this trailer was posted because of the film’s staff listening to the voice of their audience.
This week the guys review “Iron Man 2”, where Ben, Chad and Chris drool extensively over it. Also reviewed was “Daybreakers” where everyone agreed that it was a cool idea, but Chris in the end hates on it. The last movie the guys reviewed was the classic “Mad Max” (no, not the one with Tina […]
Animucast Episode 11 is here! That means Community questions! Talk about some show called Angel Beats, and a ton of show derailment!
One of the primary reasons I think Bollywood films are worth watching is because they are brimming with wisdom, and Rocket Singh is no exception.
Yeesh! That is one scary-ass poster. There’s two kinds of people in the world: the ones that think The Exorcist is the scariest film of all time, and those who laugh at it.
Mr. Alan Spencer, famed creator of Sledge Hammer, has recently posted a poignant little blog. I found it on his facebook page. He has given me permission to post it here. Enjoy. “I just finished having breakfast with an old school executive, a former mogul that in his mind still lives in the days of yore. I […]
This week, the guys from Adequately-Sized Podcast talk about The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. Not even weed could help Chad understand the movie. Because life interjected and they weren’t able to see ‘The Losers,’ the boys give a quick review of the recently released to DVD Sherlock Holmes. Stick around for an attempted “Half-Assed-Backwards” on […]
So this week we are back after Stella Ditching the sweet ol’ US for the UK and even have our first guest! Look it that! This week we talk about a plethora, a cornucopia if you will, of topics that I cannot mention.
Hai hai beloved listeners! Sorry we took so long to edit this podcast, but the editing gods decided that Real Life Consequences(tm) have made it near impossible to get this show out on time. Don’t worry peeps because Yashoki recorded his own opening to the tune of Durarara, so listen to our entire opening for […]