Firstly sorry for the audio issues as well as the fact that the episode's audio gets to violently cut off around the 40 minute mark. The audio is available on the video form of the podcast but do to streaming and lack of foresight we lost out of some easy fixes. This is however the beginning of something new so much like episode 1 problems were bound to happen. We will do everything in our power to fix that in the next episode.
Join D and Zombi as they dip their toes into the livestream, get it?
Back after an absence, caused by D breaking his hand...twice. This time we are talking about South Park's Bullshit censorship of their 200th and 201st episode, a great voice actor named Daman Mills, the greatness that was Moral Orel, we debate the merits of the 2 Doug series and more!
D & Zombi discuss romance and their inability to understand these things called "Feels", Panic! at the Disco ruining music, shitty people ruining panels, fighting games and more. Don't forget if you want to help make more better content support us on Patreon!
D & Zombi discuss old school TV, new old school TV, how Megan Fox is the most useless person ever and they shill like it's their jobs! Don't forget if you want to help us make more content support us on Patreon.
I'm Josh Laxen and I enjoy making podcasts, writing articles and creating videos to entertain people.
I've been making videos for nearly a decade and steadily improving. The content I make covers a variety of media including of movie reviews, audio podcasts, written articles and stories, occasionally comic creation, game reviews, social commentary videos in the form of Vlogs and Let's Play videos.
I'm looking to use Patreon to help me make this content more regularly and with the highest quality possible. My current schedule leaves me with little time to work on these videos and at my current level of free time I'm creating on average a podcast and a video review/vlog a week. I'd like to expand this and make a much content as possible, with the hopes of at least 1 podcast a week and 3 videos to spread through the week. I'm also looking to expand the content that I create. With the help of Patreon I feel like I could afford to create high quality video than I make now as well as create newer content in the form of comics.
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D & Zombi get lost in story telling about some stupid shit they did when they were younger in this episode. But then they discuss Ike Barinholtz, marvel comics being made by other studios and some other things.
So we has been looking into a little bit of livestreaming with YouTube and well it seems like a fun little thing to try. So we are announcing now that we will be livestreaming Episode 18 of Once More With Feeling this coming Tuesday on Zombi's YouTube Channel (he is already running 2 separate channels we aren't making another one for our occasional videos and if this goes well our weekly podcast videos).
So if you want to join us as we record a podcast live! Then by all means tune in this Tuesday August 26, 2014 at 11 p.m.
Damn those darn Spinnakers with pointy hats and their love of cinnamon! We also discuss Marvel vs DC, Comics movies, ICP and more! Also check out our new site SuicideForrest.com for all your OMWF needs!
We discuss the comic series Fables, some darker tones like pedophilia, rape and death then round it up with some good old fashioned bitching about previous jobs! Also our first legit ad read! This episode of OMWF was brought to you by The Pop Shop.
So this weeks review is the revamp of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie franchise. I will give only one warning, simply because I enjoyed it immensely. This is not a movie for skeptics.
As a kid I obsessed over the old trilogy. Always playing the "bad ass loner who doesn't need anybody" character type of Raph. Obtaining every form of the toys I could get my stubby little sausage fingers on, because I knew the magic that comes from loving this franchise.
The thing I have to say about this film is that it reawakened that kid in me. It all seemed familiar in some ways, yet still completely new. Other than shredder, each character manages to stay true to their original personality and form, but in the present age.
Keep in mind that it is now 2014, the references needed updated. Though they manage to keep the essential quirks we love about the turtles. Such as Mikey's playful skateboarder persona, Raph's question of authority, or Donnie's love of gadgets.
At this point I'm going to bring up the elephant in the room, the fact that the origin story was severely changed. This in my opinion did not in any way deter from the series. The origins were vague at best originally which should give it some leeway. That being said, there were some very interesting points brought up describing their mutation that give them quite an advantage. The very fact that the film went in depth of their abilities really drew me in.
To summarize the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie experience I will state this; after watching it I know three things are certain, any true fan will love it, pizza is still a favorite, and the word "cowabunga" will always be cool. I am giving this 8/10.
So here it is our new Podcast featuring D and Zombifaction, Once More With Feeling.
Once More With Feeling is a comedic audio podcast hosted by D and Zombifaction. Join them on their flights of fantasy, embark on a podcast once more with feeling! Yes it is in fact a Buffy reference.
HERCULES, the son of the God Zeus and the mortal Alcmene. The bane of the Queen of the Gods Hera. This is a legend filled with peril,
turning against one another, monsters rising and falling at the feet of
the Demi God, and a man who lost more than any should be able to come
But I must warn you not to go in and expect the
Hercules we know. Like all movies recently released involving Ancient
Greece, this movie attempts to weed out the magic, gods, and even
monsters. It focuses instead on Hercules, a man running from his fate,
and a small mercenary group, traveling with the hopes of getting that
(One thing I personally must say, is that when I go
to see a Greek story, I look for the magic, the Gods, and the monsters.
When others as a child would be out riding bikes, playing sports, and
living in a "normal" way, I was that kid reading up on Greek, Norse, and
Celtic mythology. So in this, the movie is a massive disappointment.)
at this as an action movie, it is exquisite. It's about a man running
from his past, haunted by it, yearning for redemption. There is plenty
of action, the fighting segments are excellent. The banter is clever,
especially coming from Ian McShane.
So if I had to rate this movie, I'd give it a 7/10. Worth going to see. Better waiting to rent.