Well, the title of the episode pretty much says it all. We’ve made it to the end of 2016, somewhat the worse for wear, but will soldier on into 2017 bringing you, our handful of faithful listeners, more idiotic discussions, low-brow conversation, and the general lack of insight and fact-checking you have come to expect. From all of us to all of you, it can’t get much worse, can it? Enjoy the final episode of 2016, because this year has been more of a train-wreck than this show! It’s 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.
Is this the best summer or what!?! We’ve got superheros, conventions, and even better, GIANT F***ING ROBOTS FIGHTING GIANT F***ING MONSTERS!!! That’s right geeks and geekettes, this week we’re talking awesome! Join us as we discuss the good, the better, and the best of Guillermo Del Toro’s latest tour de force, Pacific Rim! We ain’t got no time or room for haters, so initiate your neural handshakes, touch up those Kaiju tattoos, and get ready to cancel the apocalypse as you listen to a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
Ever since I was a kid playing Rampage in the arcade I’ve been fascinated with the idea of donning the mantle of a giant monster to destroy a city and eat all the people. I’ve recently taken up the practice of creating small towns and throwing the cat at them to satiate my monster cravings, but now I finally have a something to properly give me that good ol’ destructy feeling. Continue reading →
If you’re old like us, you remember the good old days of video gaming. One console, one controller, and usually no more than two buttons and some sort of directional device… and a gun! These days, video gaming is moving in a more active and immersive direction and it seems like the manufacturers can’t get enough of gadgets. Join us this week as we discuss the changing direction of how we enjoy our video games, from the early days of Atari to the fading promise of Virtual Reality. Holster your Light Zapper, strap on your Nunchuku, and clear the room of small pets, children and breakable valuables because it’s about to action packed in here as we talk video gaming peripherals on a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage.
Well, July is just around the corner. You know what that means!?! San Diego Comic-Con! Wait, what did you just say? You didn’t get tickets? Well, neither did we. Luckily, we were able to take advantage of WonderCon’s temporary relocation to Anaheim, California this year and we’re here to bring you a little taste of our WonderCon 2012 experience. Join us this week as we discuss some of our favorite experiences on the convention floor this past weekend, as well as our take on how WonderCon stacks up to the nerd-fest that is San Diego. Grab your three day passes, hit the ATM, and don’t forget your poster tube (seriously, don’t) as we bring you WonderCon 2012!