HOLY CRAP! We actually managed to get episodes out 2 weeks in a row! Just when you thought you were going to get to stop listening to us, too. Join your hosts Robert and Matt as they discuss all manner of (not so) timely geek news, conspiracy theories, board and vidya games, also with a dash of intellectual discussion on mythology to boot (seriously)! Strap yourself in for some pure magical goodness pouring into your ears like molten gold, because it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
From the clothes we wear to the games we play, we are all individuals. Unique, delicate little flowers chock-full of free will, self-determination, and our own thoughts, dreams, and ideas. Well, ideally we could be bastions of individuality, free from influence, but then there’s that damn pop culture thing around every corner you turn! BAM, it’s on your TV! BANG, it’s in your closet! BOOM, it’s EVERYWHERE!!! Join us this week as the Monkeys are joined by their special guest (and Matt’s wife), Nikki Fuller, and put on their thinking caps to discuss why exactly pop culture is something to be paid attention to! So, turn on the dog channel, prepare for some disappointment, and curse the Hollywood casting calls as you prepare for a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
Now, the story of successful podcast that lost it’s sanity, and the faithful listeners who had no choice but to keep listening every week… It’s Monkey in the Cage! Join us this week as we discuss the return of one of our all-time favorite shows, Arrested Development! From the running gags and questionable morals to the pros and cons of the new season, we’re talking about the Bluths for your listening pleasure. So, put on your $6300 dollar suit (COME ON!), shine up your awards from Army, and be on the look out for a Lucille as your get ready for some awesome Caged Wisdom on a brand new Monkey in the Cage!
After waiting for three years, I finally got to “Discover the Secret.” Whedonists around the world are rejoicing as Joss’s The Cabin in the Woods finally hit the big screen this Friday the 13th. When MGM was sold, the Cabin was stuck sitting on a shelf… until it was picked up by Lions Gate.