home | tune in | podcasters | new | popular

This Podcast Contains Spoilers

This Podcast Contains Spoilers
Evan Killham and a guest take one piece of media and ruin it for everyone.

Station feed: Click here to see an XML representation of the latest episodes on this station
Created by: Evan Killham
Created on: 21 Feb 2012
Language: English


 <    1   2   3   4  > 
Add this to another station TPCS: Deus Ex: Human Revolution (70.55MB; download) -- Evan and Sophist Radio's Aaron Rivers discuss Deus Ex: Human Revolution. They talk about open-ended gameplay and horrible boss fights, and then bust their brains to examine the moral and philosophical ramifications of human augmentation. Shit's deep.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:15:10 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: Alan Wake (72.75MB; download) -- Evan and The Twin Peaks Podcast's Matt Humphrey talk about Alan Wake, a game that was in development for five years but still managed to be really good. They dive into series lore, discuss which Log Lady is best, and then Evan shares a plot theory so crazy that it breaks Matt's brain. Bring aspirin.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:15:04 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: Comic Book Movies (64.17MB; download) -- Evan and Bitmob staff writer Jeff Grubb talk about movies based on comic books and graphic novels. They love on their favorites, hate on their least favorites, and then Jeff spoils stuff from a movie that isn't even out yet when he talks about his experiences as an extra on the set of The Dark Knight Rises. [EDIT: As it turns out, that Orson Welles Batman movie was a hoax, perpetrated by Mark Millar. MILLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAR!!!!]
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:58 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: Sherlock Jr. (44.26MB; download) -- Evan and Mark Whitney discuss Buster Keaton's 1924 silent comedy Sherlock Jr (this mostly means poor attempts to describe gags from the movie). They also talk about artistic rivalry, ancient special effects, and have some Old Man Moments. These kids today don't know what they're missing.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:52 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: Infamous 2 (57.16MB; download) -- To celebrate the show's 25th episode, Evan forgets to introduce himself properly. Then he and Sophist Radio co-co-host Harold Burnett talk about Sucker Punch's Infamous 2. Evan takes issue with the "Evil" campaign, Harold talks about time-punching, and then it's time for cake and ice cream.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:46 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: Duke Nukem Forever (59.43MB; download) -- Evan and Midnight Channel News' Jasmine Rea talk about Duke Nukem Forever, "gaming's greatest punchline." They manage to start positive before hatred overcomes them and they talk about bad levels, awkward pop culture references, and two ways to fix Duke Nukem. One of them involves balls.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:41 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: Her Smoke Rose Up Forever (88.77MB; download) -- Evan and James DeRosa discuss ten stories from James Tiptree, Jr.'s collection Her Smoke Rose Up Forever. It takes a while.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:36 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (61.26MB; download) -- Evan and Chris Whittington discuss Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Ant-Man, Samuel L. Jackson, evil exes, actual X's, video games, Michael Cera, and self-respect. Then Evan wraps it all up with a crazy story from a scrappier time.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:33 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: L.A. Noire (71.08MB; download) -- Evan and Tom Heistuman discuss Team Bondi's L.A. Noire. They talk about hype, the subtle (but important) difference between "Doubt" and "Lie," and descend into horrible Southern madness.
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:26 PST
Add this to another station TPCS: The Baxter (55.25MB; download) -- Brian Taylor joins Evan to discuss Michael Showalter's The Baxter, the "Howard Zinn romantic comedy." Evan uses it as an opportunity to hate on Sleepless in Seattle a lot, and Brian expresses his undying admiration of Paul Rudd. They also talk about dubious film descriptions on Netflix and IMDb, and take a quick trip into the semiotics rabbit hole. (Evan says "heuristics." But he means semiotics.)
Selected by: Evan Killham [ stations ], Tue, 21 Feb 2012 20:14:21 PST
 <    1   2   3   4  >