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Dan Engler

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In Topic: Episode 121 - Karaoke Night at A Small Logging Town Tavern (w/ Scott Aukerman...

17 July 2017 - 12:57 AM

"I'm just blue turtling here, okay?"

Paul, you are the best.

In Topic: Southland Tales (2006)

16 July 2017 - 01:40 PM

On Minisode 163.5, Paul said the following:


I'm guessing that you might have put Southland Tales in here. That's a movie that people talk to us about all the time. I'm gonna tell you right now, we have some friends involved with Southland Tales, so we've held off from doing Southland Tales simply because of our personal relationships. Yes, we are a biased podcast.

The end.

In Topic: Psychomania (1973)

09 July 2017 - 03:28 PM

To avoid causing headaches for anyone at Earwolf, please don't link to streaming movies from questionably legal sources. Thank you!

In Topic: Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

07 July 2017 - 03:54 PM

I usually dread the audience participation segment of live shows (thanks to dudes asking dumb questions and trying to one-up the professional comedians) but the people of Austin killed it.*

My working theory is that all of Largo's seating is technically considered a balcony due to some arcane building codes, and the entire LA audience is therefore balcony people. Gross.

* After editing out the guy taylor anne mentioned in the last thread

In Topic: Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

07 July 2017 - 02:56 PM

View PostPlanBFromOuterSpace, on 07 July 2017 - 02:29 PM, said:

I want to say that it's happened a lot in other movies, but I'm struggling to come up with an older example at the moment. As far as that trope is concerned though, it made me think that if you were filming ANYTHING with your family in it back then, they were pretty much fucked, because the only time you ever see anyone watching these videos back is in cases JUST like this, where a wife and/or kid has been killed.

I just watched all of Twin Peaks in preparation for the new series, and there's a scene during the second season (1990) where Ben Horne goes on a bender and watches old home movies of his family breaking ground on the Great Northern Hotel. Then again, nothing died except his future business prospects.