Posts Tagged ‘Aliens’

From the tragic tragedy of Batman’s real creator Bill Finger to delicious ice cream made with ladyfingers to the classic 1960s Batman TV series finally getting fingered for a DVD release, the Podwits have you covered for all your finger-related needs.  Enjoy this brand new Podwits Podcast and let the Podwits give you the finger! To support […]

Well Dion and J. Blake are back again for another round in a late Fall (and pseudo) part 3 edition of their hugely popular “Horror Remakes” Side-Casts—but this time around, instead of tackling the reinterpretations of classic fright films, the lads instead discuss what really scared them specifically as children; what films and television, and the […]

Side Casts: The Action Movie Genre

Posted: July 3, 2013 by Podwits Administrator in Podcast, Side-Casts
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Dion and Contributor J. Blake are back at it again, this time they sit down for a super-long chat about one of their favorite topics, the heyday of the Action Movie Genre. The two Podwits reminisce about some of their favorite films, while mapping out a route through a highly populated neighborhood of the 1970s, 1980s and […]

As the Podwits near their 100th (!) podcast, we thought it’d be fun to look back at one of our favorites of the 1st 99. Enjoy this blast from the past! [Originally released on June 2, 2012] Now that the three wits-of-the-pod have finally seen The Avengers film (Dion!), this week the gang tackles the long-debated question: “who the […]

Now that the three wits-of-the-pod have finally seen The Avengers film (Dion!), this week the gang tackles the long-debated question: “who the heck is going to pay for all this (damage) when a superhero battle lays waste to an entire city?!?!” The pros and cons are debated, the lads discuss the Prometheus trailer and the […]

I was recently discussing my feelings about composer James Horner with a friend on Facebook.  If the name is unfamiliar to you, I guarantee that his music is familiar.  He has scored films for over 30 years and won two Oscars® (both for his work on Titanic). In addition to his accolades, Mr. Horner has also […]