- Flaky Skype
- Another surreal moment for Kevin
- Charity Stream Update
- RFGen Plays Oxenfree
- CC Awards and Podcast of the year
- Bulletstorm gets cocky
- Tremors 6
- Medievil Dead Documentary
- Star Trek is life
Ho, Ho, Ho! Christmas cheer and all that crap. It's Fandango, it's Christmastime, and we've got Twitch the @RetroGamerRanting back for his annual appearance - at least one of us does, cause the other couldn't bother showing up. Get ready for tangents aplenty as we reminisce about Charlie Brown, Batman, Indie gaming and past ambitions before finally getting into some Christmas-themed game talk, lootbox controversy and there's some Disney/Marvel/Star Wars stuff in there too. Put in on autopay, and fidget your spinners; Fandango has wrapped for 2017.
Twitter - @RetroGamerRantn
YouTube - Twitch H
The laughable premise has become awkward reality. On this episode of Retro Filmdango hosts Kevin and Richard dive headfirst into a Nic Cage threeway. Romance, one-handed pushups and bad TV lighting await as we discuss Moonstruck (1989), Con Air (1997) and... an early nineties direct-to-video film?! So, put the bunny back in the box and get in my bed! It's time for NicVember!
Get hyped, people. @StevenEidher is in the co-pilot seat for this nerdtastic episode of Retro Fandango. Left unsupervised, Richard and Steven blabber on about toys, model kits, Star Trek, hobos, Gremlins 2, getting old, energy drinks and Canadian geography. For nearly three hours! And somehow it's all...very controversial. Do your best to get through it because by the last third we're all over the place. You've been warned. Listen at your own risk (but don't bother commenting).
Twitter - @StevenEidher
YouTube - CAPMAX Gaming
Podcast - CAPMAX Hypecast
Oh, the horror! It's time for another Retro Filmdango. This month, in the spirit of Halloween, we're tackling three scary movies. Well, two of them are horror/comedies; Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) and Shaun of the Dead (2004), but the third, secret film is a nightmare inducing mind-job recommended by our resident horror expert, Matt a.k.a. Cygnus Destroyer, a.k.a. The LJN Defender. Geez, what did you expect from this guy?
Seriously, folks. You'll want to check out his recommendation before listening. You won't soon forget it.
Mystery film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbfiBzmSHro
Matt on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CygnusDestroyer20XX
Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CygnusDestroyer
Depot Street - Mudcrutch - single - 1975
Anything That’s Rock and Roll - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - self - 1976
Cry To Me - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - No Nukes (compliation) 1979
All by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers:
Letting You Go - Hard Promises - 1981
I Got A Thing About You - Hard Promises - 1981
One Story Town - Long After Dark - 1982
It Ain’t Nothing To Me - Southern Accents - 1985
Ain’t Love Strange - Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough) - 1987
A Self Made Man - Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough) - 1987
All from the 1988 The Travelling Wilburys album The Travelling Wilburys Vol. 1
The Devil’s Been Busy
I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better - Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - 1989
Built to Last - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Into The Great Wide Open - 1991
All from the 1996 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album She’s The One:
Grew Up Fast
All from the 1996 Johnny Cash album American Recordings Vol 2, Unchained:
Sea of Heartbreak
I Never Picked Cotton
Swinging - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Echos - 1999
The Last DJ - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - The Last DJ - 2002
Down South - Tom Petty - Highway Companion - 2006
Scare Easy - Mudcrutch - self - 2008
Good Enough - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Mojo - 2010
Fault Lines - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Hypnotic Eye 2014
Wildflowers - Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus on the Tonight Show - 2017
You and I Will Meet Again - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Into The Great Wide Open - 1991
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Get some Duke from Retro Nonsense in you:
Check out this clip from Spaceballs: https://youtu.be/fgRFQJCHcPw
Here’s a commercial that features a bear with toilet paper stuck to his ass: https://youtu.be/vBNcQgkXEWE
Here’s another commercial where a guy immediately calls his parents after buying life insurance: https://youtu.be/RzPyu2XbV4U
** And jokes aside, Richard is fine. We are working on having a Filmdango and Mixtape for you next month but scheduling will most likely not allow us to record a regular show. We will try but… no promises!
Do you like movies? Do you like listening to two guys you never heard of talk about movies? Then step right up. On this podcast hosts Kevin (@BuriedonMars) and Richard (@TheRamVox) recommend films to each other to watch for the very first time. This episode we discuss three science fiction films: Moon (2009), Dark City (1998), and our mutual pick selected just for you, the listener. It's meaty!
September already? Where does the time go? I'll tell you where, into a two and a half hour conversation with Frantic, aka. Frantic Society, aka. Frantic 'Fro...or Josh. As a first time guest on the Fandango, Josh is put through the wringer over his two YouTube channels, his solo podcast and his completely orignial, not at all common or cliche, favorite game of all time. The conversatoin then jumps all over the place as we hear Kevin's recap of the most recent Barrie Game Exchange, Vox shares some recipes on the Fandango baking corner, Josh 'Defends' Marvel's "required viewing" system and there's still room for Alice Cooper, Rick & Morty, point and click adventures, ANOTHER rant spills over from a prevoius episode, AGAIN, and, yes, the title will make sense. This episode is so good you'll poop your pants!