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What on earth lead to Batman striking this pose exactly?

The world’s greatest prank.

This is Niall ‘before Zod’ Heseltine’s and my podcast on the 1997 disaster that we all were sadly affected by. A lot of good brain cells died watching the film that brought you this podcast.

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In this episode we look at which elements of theses neon hell don’t follow logic, and which just defy comprehension. We look at Poison Ivy’s plant-hybrid life and compare it to our theories on Superman in a previous podcast, the baffling lack of sense when it comes to ‘ice’ puns, Alfred’s complete dismissal of  Batman’s life, the fact that mirrors now apparently reflect all temperatures,  the idea that George Clooney plays Batman as a kind simpleton, Robin’s petulance and the massive issue of Batgirl’s weight.


Best lyrics of the year: “The blood runs free, the rain turns red, give me the wine, you keep the bread”.
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Eleven down, one to go. Twelve Months of Terror is nearly at an end and I take absolutely no pleasure in saying that. But then if you’re leaving wanting more, that’s only a good sign, isn’t it?

As a little filling between your Thanksgiving ThanksKilling Turkie and Christmas Silent Night, Deadly Night turkey, here’s some high-res art you can print off and slap on your wall as a part of, and then soon after, memento of the shock-til-you-drop post-apocalyptic podcasting project that is Goats In The Machine’s Twelve Months of Terror. (more…)

If you ever wondered what Fred Durst looked like with a Harley Morenstein beard, now you know.

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In part of All of Whine & Space‘s celebration of the 10 year anniversary of The Matrix Trilogy ending we’re taking part in The Matrix Re-Evaluated.

Part 2 takes in, as you might have guessed from the titled, The Matrix ReloadedCome with us on an aggressive, shouty show which explores a movie which provoked RJ Bayley into drinking at 10AM and having a headache for a week.

We also muse on exactly how long those action scenes really need to be, are they really all that inventive, Louise’s ‘snot-on-the-brain’ and whether that dance scene really was as awful as everyone makes out.

The Matrix. May Tricks. We're releasing this in May.

The Matrix. May Tricks. We’re releasing this in May.

Its been a ten long years since The Matrix trilogy (and that Animatrix film, which was kind of part of it, but not really, otherwise it wouldn’t be referred to as a trilogy) and to celebrate we’re taking part in the All of Whine & Space project The Matrix Re-evaluated.

In this first episode we take a surprisingly intellectual look at a film that consists mostly of guns, leather and no emotions. This surprising intellectualism trots from how it reads as an Atheist text, and Simulation and Simulacra, to individual character accomplishment leading to ensemble problems and self-eating/repeating cultural patterns.