Follow the white rabbit as we explore our nostalgia for 1999’s Science Fiction Action Film "The Matrix", Directed and written by The Wachowskis. Stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, and Joe Pantoliano and is the...
Follow the white rabbit as we explore our nostalgia for 1999’s Science Fiction Action Film "The Matrix", Directed and written by The Wachowskis. Stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, and Joe Pantoliano and is the first installment in the Matrix franchise.
This is part one of our review, where we focus purely on our nostalgia and memory of this film without watching it. This was Tim’s favorite movie of all-time as a kid, and Chris and Spaz both have a ton of nostalgia for it. However, Dana is worried it will not hold up after 21 years… This is what our podcast is all about! Let’s take that red pill and see where that rabbit hole takes us...
Make sure to check out our Social Media accounts to find out how you can participate in our Over/Under game to win prizes!
Special thanks to Podcorn for connecting us with great sponsors for our show and helping us monetize our show on our terms. Podcorn is a marketplace connecting podcasters to amazing podcast sponsorship opportunities such as Host-Read Ads, Interview Segments, Topical Discussions, and more. You set your rates and engage directly with the sponsor. Head to www.Podcorn.com to see how you can take control of your monetization today.
Also, a huge thank you to Ko-fi for creating a platform for creatives everywhere. Their platform enables us to connect with our listeners in fun and unique ways while raising money to keep our show going. Ko-fi does not take any cut of your contributions at all! They’ve been there for us since our first episode and if you’re looking for ways to connect with others and share your passion, look at www.ko-fi.com as your next move.
Ko-fi has also offered up a 12-month Gold Membership as a prize for our Over/Under competition so participate early for the best odds!
You can listen to any episode and not feel like you're missing out on anything, but here are our listeners favorites
In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: "How Would Sean Bean Have Died" in 1966's American prime time animated television special, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown". I am joined by new friends, Rob and Peter, from the …
Join us as we play some Plot Summary MadLibs and Tim serenades the world with his cover of "Somebody Kill Me"
Join Tim as he has a wonderful talk with screenwriter Bill Kelly, as they discuss the story behind Enchanted and his approach to screenwriting and collaborating.