From the 2013 LA Podcast Festival, we have found some previously lost audio files, and thus, more interviews! In this episode Paul took a walk on the Burnside and chats with Nerdist and Indoor Kids’ own, Matthew Burnside!
We take a spoiler-ific look at Aaron Paul’s follow up to the brilliant Breaking Bad… the not-so brilliant Need for Speed. Hilarity ensues, mostly on the parts not supposed to be funny. Enjoy, if you can.
What does a 300 movie look like when you take out Zack Snyder? Pretty bad. Warning, some spoilers ahead. Not everything is spoiled, but some major plot points are in this episode.
We take a look at the latest Wes Anderson feature, The Grand Budapest Hotel. We give our review, and go over some online reviews of the film as well.
From the 2013 LA Podcast Festival, we have found some previously lost audio files, and thus, more interviews! In this episode Paul was joined by the hilarious Murray Valeriano for a great interview about comedy and other topics. Check out his podcast, Road Stories, and check out MurrayValeriano.com!
We take a look at George Clooney’s latest film, The Monuments Men. Loosely following the organization during WWII that tried to preserve art in the midst of chaos.
We had the talented Greg Warren on to talk his early life, comedy, and movies. We had some great stories and discussion in this one. Make sure to check out GregWarrenComedy.com and follow Greg on Twitter @GregWarren.
We talk about Star Wars ep. 7, Space Jam 2, Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic, the Entourage Movie, Dredd 2, The Guardians of the Galaxy, and much, much more news and rumors in the world of film!
After his show in San Francisco, Nick Vattarott was kind enough to do a quick interview with Paul Ponte and talk a bit about growing up a comedy nerd, crowd etiquette, and comedy comedy comedy. Did I mention we talk comedy? Check out Nick’s podcast, the Nick Vatterott Show!
T.J. Miller graced us with an interview after his show in Oakland, CA. T.J. talks about Transformers 4, Search Party, Cloverfield, Silicon Valley, and makes it super weird at the end of the interview.