Jump to content

Chamberlain

Members
  • Content count

    10
  • Joined

  • Last visited

    Never

Community Reputation

10 Neutral

About Chamberlain

  • Rank
    Wolfpup
  1. Chamberlain

    19 Comedy Podcasts That Should Already Exist

    Super interesting article by Joe Berkowitz & Jesse Fox up on Splitsider today proposing some fantasy comedy podcasts. - http://splitsider.com/2011/08/19-comedy-podcasts-that-should-already-exist - Well worth a read; curious what Earwolfers' fantasy podcasts are/would be. (Mercifully, mine already came true with Affirmation Nation.)
  2. Super interesting article by Joe Berkowitz & Jesse Fox up on Splitsider today proposing some fantasy comedy podcasts. - http://splitsider.com/2011/08/19-comedy-podcasts-that-should-already-exist - Well worth a read; curious what Earwolfers' fantasy podcasts are/would be. (Mercifully, mine already came true with Affirmation Nation.)
  3. Dan from LHR here- this is the part of the Challenge where seeing people go really starts to sting, if only because we all know how much work and thought EVERY contestant has put into their submissions over the last two months. While I've not met B&D, earlier this spring when LHR bought an ad on Jordan, Jesse, Go!, they were kind enough to support us in the Maximum Fun forums, saying they dug our show and were now subscribers. Good dudes in my book. The work they've done on the Challenge to date has been great, and they really do have a super-fun podcast. Godspeed and best of luck, boys. You're in good shape, and have got a real fan in me.
  4. Dan from LHR here- this is the part of the Challenge where seeing people go really starts to sting, if only because we all know how much work and thought EVERY contestant has put into their submissions over the last two months. While I've not met B&D, earlier this spring when LHR bought an ad on Jordan, Jesse, Go!, they were kind enough to support us in the Maximum Fun forums, saying they dug our show and were now subscribers. Good dudes in my book. The work they've done on the Challenge to date has been great, and they really do have a super-fun podcast. Godspeed and best of luck, boys. You're in good shape, and have got a real fan in me.
  5. Chamberlain

    Episode 6.2 — Sketches: Day 2

    @Julia Hays: (I was trying to do my best Kevin Conroy Batman.)
  6. Chamberlain

    Cyberbully

    Oh man, wasn't Cyberbully just a thing of beauty? If you're into this particular vein of garbage, you've GOT to seek out "cyberSeduction: His Secret Life," a Lifetime Movie about a boy in high school who discovers pornography AND WHOSE LIFE IS RUINED because of the addiction he develops for it.
  7. Chamberlain

    how do i change my display name?

    If I could just go by "Chamberlain", I'd appreciate it tremendously. Thanks!
  8. Chamberlain

    New York Podcasts?

    Rob Stern's Overload the Machine pulls great guests and is reliably solid, as is Sara Schaefer and Nikki Glaser's You Had To Be There. The both of them also put up live versions of their shows on the regular, too. And lest we forget that The Earwolf Challenge has THREE New York podcasts competing, Beginnings, Left Handed Radio, and the Complete Guide to Everything. EDIT: I completely forgot the terrific Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident.
  9. Chamberlain

    how do i change my display name?

    Are user's display names only changeable from the behind the scenes, Caroline? I find myself in a similar boat in that I'd like to change my display name (as there's lots of "Dan"s around here), but in the grand scheme of things, it's a display name on an internet forum and don't want to be a bother. Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks!
  10. Chamberlain

    Dreamcatcher (2003)

    My buddy and I watched this for the first time this past weekend, and YIKES. This movie has: - Aliens regularly exploding out of people's asses - A mentally challenged Donnie Wahlberg - "Stand By Me" style flashbacks - MIND POWERS - Helicopter fights - Thomas Jane talking into a gun like it is a telephone as he uses his mind powers. (The gun once belonged to John Wayne, and is revealed to have a tracking chip in it.) - Super-literal visual representation of the "mental vault" metaphor - Tom Siezmore as THE VOICE OF REASON I'm not even scratching the surface, this flick is batshit insane.
×