Episode 3.1: The Podcast Rides Again!

It’s Cool, But It Sucks returns! After some major life events and whole lot of TV and Movies we decided to finally get back on the horse and delivery some high quality audio complaining. In this episode we recap the past six months and dig in deep on Alien: Covenant.

Also: Parenthood! Willow! Han Solo!

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Episode 2.4: Clash of the Titans

We’re back with a round up of the past few week’s big news items. Most importantly, we get pumped about the recent buff guy and girl brawls with our takes on Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and this year’s Wrestlemania. Both were bad, but we at least had fun watching one of them. We also dive into the importance of character and storytelling, why professional wrestling should be a more credible nerd outlet, and get excited about a bunch of new trailers.

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Episode 2.2: The Art of Inspiration

Welcome back, loyal listeners. In this episode we tackle using existing characters and tropes to build new worlds and stories. This is mostly an excuse to talk about how much we like The Venture Brothers, but we manage to dig into some meaty topics.

Also, we dig into the new Ghostbusters trailer, Gedge gets to gush about The Dresden Files, and Dana talks about Tarantino.

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Episode 17: Space Battles!

Hey everyone! Welcome back for the last podcast of the year. We went long to tide you over until we come back in 2016. In short: The Force Awakens came out and we saw it. In this podcast we talk about it. A lot. In great detail. If you haven’t seen it, don’t listen to this podcast. Go give Disney more money and see it. Then come back and listen to this podcast.

On top of our lengthy Star Wars discussion, Dana gives us her top movies of 2015, which sparks some spirited debate. All in all, it’s been a great year, and we’re excited that we’ve been able to attract some great listeners. We’re also excited to see where this dumb thing goes next year, so we hope you come back and check us out in 2016.

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