T’was the day after Christmas, and all through the ‘Net, not a podcast was playing, at least not yet! The geeks and the gamers all had their new swag, so much great stuff they can’t help but brag. From consoles and pirates and a bottle of rum, it’s time for your earholes to have lots of fun. Your hosts Rob and Matt, probably tired and drunk, are here to chit-chat about pointless junk. So, lend them your ears and stick around the joint; it’s a new Useless Drivel, the podcast without a point!
It’s that time, everyone! The Monkeys have broken out of their cages at To-Ag Studios and are now running amok all around the Internetz! From the awesomely epic to the mildly offensive, join us this week as we go uncaged and take over your bandwidth with another hour of good times! So, for your own protection, avoid marriage, get yourself back to school, and get yourself exorcised as you prepare for a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
We all have our favorite movies. We also all have out favorite TV shows. Every once in a while, we even get to see our favorite movies become TV shows, and then we get all excited and it’s like “ERMAHGERDIT’STHABESTTHINGEVER” and then FOX goes and cancels it…. Join us this week as we discuss some of the movies we feel should get a shot at their own air time on the “boob tube” (even a mini-series would be nice)! Get the doctor to fill out your paperwork, dry those Whovian tears, and definitely watch out for 8-year-olds as you kick back and listen to a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
Let me start by saying I have no opinion about the show Veronica Mars. While I have been aware of the show, I have never watched an episode. I enjoy the star, Kristen Bell, and coincidentally, have in the past very much enjoyed the work of the actor who plays her father Enrico Colantoni in Just Shoot Me and Galaxy Quest. That being said, Veronica Mars is a show I just never got around to. Continue reading →
When I first heard that both Johnny Depp and Robert Downey Jr. turned down the lead role in OZ: The Great and Powerful, I had to wonder why. However, I wasn’t overly disappointed to learn that James Franco was going to play the title role of Oz… and then I watched the movie…
OZ: The Great and Powerful is like a soap opera set in the most colourful place possible, so here is a run down.
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!