This week the show concludes its “Favorite 80′s Action Films” talk as Shawn is once again joined by Matinee Idles/Burden’s World host Matt Burdenand the man of many podcasts, Donny Salvo!
Sit back and enjoy the chaos, car crashes, destruction, Rambo teaching children, Sean Connery imitations, tangents galore, and Matt trying to convince Shawn & Donny why “Turner & Hooch” is on his list of favorite 80′s action flicks.
This week’s show Shawn talks about/reviews Adam Warrock’s West Coast Avengers Mixtape, Tim Fischer’s web comic “Life With The Wife,” waxes about some Star Trek: TNG casting that never happened, and is later joined by Matinee Idles hosts Joey Auliso & Alec Berry as they have a roundtable discussion about the state of the film industry as the PKD Black Box/Matinee Idles collabo month continues.
Grab your popcorn, throw away your 3D Glasses, find that Puff Daddy CD from the 90’s that you loved so much (you know you loved it, so please don’t front), and enjoy the show.
There are plenty of punches, kicks, gunshots, explosions, montages and body counts delivered when Matinee Idles host Matt Burden stops by to discuss with Shawn some of their favorite 80’s Action Movies of all time! The PKD Black Box/Matinee Idles collabo month continues. Get ready!
Matt is still waiting on for his screenplay of Lethal Weapon Jr. to be adapted into a live-action film. If WB is interested, he’s all ears. 😉 Enjoy the show.
Shawn talks about whether or not The PKD Black Box is a Parsec Award Finalist, the podcast collaboration with the Matinee Idles for the month of September, and takes a journey through the catalog of the late-MC known as Guru and GangStarr.
For the feature presentation, Shawn joins forces with the Matinee Idles podcast to discuss the mega-blockbuster of the 90′s known to all as Jurassic Park and it’s effects on the movie industry.
Thanks again to the Matinee Idles for allowing me to be on their show and for all the support they give to The PKD Black Box. Enjoy.
Joey and Matt sit down with Daniel Shilling to talk about Luc Besson’s 1994 cult classic “Leon: The Professional”. Topics range from different types of French films, the merits of shooting exteriors/interiors in two different places and why Stansfield is one of the greatest onscreen villains of all time.
In this episode the guys discuss Richard Linklater’s 2006 rotoscope-animated adaptation of Phillip K. Dick’s seminal novel “A Scanner Darkly”. Listen in to hear Joe and Vern defend their love of Keanu Reeves, and the postives and negatives of drug use. Meanwhile Matt attempts to divert their attention away from the film with topics ranging from the merits of Punisher War Zone, Steven Seagal, and the british government’s ability to see the future of deviant crime. Also Alec communicates with the group from a different time and space. So pop a cap of Substance D, slip on your scramble suit, and Enjoy!