Some way, some how, your hosts were able to actually convince a guest to come back on the podcast this week. Now, we aren’t saying that there was a certain amount of bribery involved, but, there was probably a certain amount of bribery involved. Robert and Matt are joined this week by tattoo artist and comic geek extraordinaire, Tim, to talk all things Batman, comics, and whatever randomness comes out of their mouths. Sit back and relax, and let your earholes be soothes with a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point.
If there’s two things we don’t do here at MITC Productions, it’s run and fact check. This is probably pretty obvious for the regular listeners, as they allow Robert and Matt to speak winded words into their microphones on a weekly (usually) basis. For the causal listener, this week is no different. Join your hosts as they discuss the things that don’t really matter to most of this world, at least this week. Rarely correct and usually awkward, it’s time for another episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point.
No one ever grows up wanting to be the bad guy. It’s always “be nice” and “do good deeds” and “don’t break windows and set ant hills on fire,” but c’mon! Where’s the fun in all of that? More and more often, villains in all genres and media seem to be getting the spotlight, and sometimes even outshining their do-gooder counterparts in the process. Join us this week as we revisit and expand on our original conversation about the bad guys we love to hate. So butch up that resumé, practice your piloting skills, and stock up on eye patches and antibiotics as you settle in for a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
We all know Hollywood is pretty much out of ideas. Nowadays, it seems like 90% of the movies hitting theaters is either some sort of remake or reboot, likely of something that has already been remade a couple times before. The awesome and epic story-tellers and directors (Looking at you, Nolan and Whedon) seem to finally be getting their chance to really shine, but studios are just too afraid to take a chance on those unique indie projects waiting in the wings, so it looks like we’re stuck with the likes of Michael Bay, Joel Schumacher, and Brett Ratner. Join us this week as we discuss the movies that we actually want to see remade (because it’s going to happen eventually), but only if someone with talent can do it! Wipe your classic memories away, burn up those original scripts, and whatever you do, don’t even think of Transformers as we discuss our remake picks on a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!