Sunday, July 30, 2006

Episode 18: Even Bikers Need Dryer Sheets

The longest PodCulture yet is a wild geek-filled festival of fun!

The Movie/DVD/TV talk includes chatter on Death Trance, A Scanner Darkly, Pirates 2, Knight Rider, Stargate SG1, Eureka, Farscape, Babylon 5, Incredible Hulk, Adventures of Brisco County Jr., Clerks 2, V for Vendetta, and Office Space.

Brad talks about some old-school videogame collections he has picked up: Midway Arcade Treasures, and the Namco Museum Collection.

Geek Cuisine is all about Endangered Species Dark Chocolate with Cherry Essence, and Hank's Premium Root Beer.

The entire gang reviews the movie that started Brad and Christina's SG1 and Atlantis addiction: Stargate: The Movie.

Regular contributor Ally sends in her review of two summer hit movies: Superman Returns and Pirates of the Caribbean 2.

Glen and Brad discuss some of their recent comic book purchases: Civil War, Last Planet Standing, Spider Girl, Red Sonja, Highlander, Xena, Ms Marvel, Warlord, Moon Knight, Stargate SG1, Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, Ion, Justice League of America, 52, Spike vs Dracula, Angel Spotlight: Doyle, Batman and Robin, Infinite Crisis, and even geek-girl Christina gets in on the discussion with one she fell in love with: Mouse Guard. On a related note: Brad rants about Wizard Magazine and their recent change in size and format.

The show closes out with the Brad, Glenn and Christina giving out the usual contact info, and a request for emails, voicemails and submissions. And as a very special treat a sneak-peak teaser of PodCulture's soon-to-be spinoff podcast: Stargate Louisville.

Download Episode 18 Here

Edited to add: The Kevin Smith/Joel Seigel bit discussed during the show can be found HERE

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Thoughts of Firefly #4 (from The Signal podcast)

A very cool thing happened awhile back. Jill from The Signal podcast contacted me and asked if I could record some of my thoughts of Firefly and Serenity for a series of mini-podcasts that they were going to be doing. This was to help promote the fact that The Signal was nominated for a Podcast Award and to encourage folk to vote for The Signal. Well I put some of my thoughts into words and sent them on their merry way to Jill. If you like.... feel free to download the the mini podcast I recorded from the link below, and PLEASE be sure to go and vote once each day for The Signal over at


Download Thoughts of Firefly #4 Here

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

A Firefly Fan Video....

Hey guys! I wanted to share with you a Firefly Fan Video created by a friend (and fellow Browncoat) of ours Wiccy. It's a wonderful video and fits our big damn heroes perfectly.

Thanks for sharing this with us Wiccy.

Saturday, July 22, 2006

At last! (and a "thank you" too)

All righty after a "fun" filled afternoon. The NEW website for PodCulture is up and running. I really hope you like the new look and that you guys have some fun with it. a HUGE mound of thanks goes out to Anya from Ohio who was FANTASTIC and did the basic layout for the new look. There is NO WAY POSSIBLE that I could have done this without her help!


Thursday, July 20, 2006

I was just "Wingin' It".......

OK I wanted to let you guys know that this past weekend I was asked to fill in as co-host for the podcast Wingin' It. The Ranting Scotsman, Ian, headed up a crazy crew along with Karen from Kalifornia, and Chris from Two Girls and a Podcast were in on the fun with me as we filled in for Mike and Evo. Christina even got in on the act too a bit as she was our no-so-silent audience. Since we got together via Skype to record the audio is a little rough, but we had a blast and were honored that the guys let us fill in for them while they were off doing other things. Head on over to Wingin' It and check out show #69! Be sure to leave the guys a comment or two and let them know what you think. Who knows....maybe we'll get the chance to do it again sometime.


Monday, July 17, 2006

Episode 17: You'll Believe a Podcast Can Fly

The 17th adventure for the PodCulture renegades has a ton of DVD and TV goodies for you this time around!

Brad, Glenn and Christina discuss a bunch of stuff that they have watched. (and intend to watch) The discussion includes: Amazon Women on the Moon, Batman Begins, Darkman, Nightwatch, Death Trance, Lost, Stargate: Atlantis, Stargate: SG1, Return to the Batcave, Doctor Who: The Complete First Season, War of the Worlds and Speed Racer.

The ever yummy Geek Cuisine segment is all about the popular kiddie candy Pez. Not just ANY old Pez mind you, but Cola and Raspberry flavored Pez!

Glenn talks about and shows off another of his ebay treasures. This time it is an actual movie prop from the recent release Ultraviolet and a very cool addition to his collection of geek items it is too! He also plugs the One Fan's Opinion by Eric Larsen (of the Image comic Savage Dragon fame) This can be found over at the Comic Book website.

SPOILER ALERT!!!!! The geek-gang winds up the episode with an extensive discussion review about Superman Returns along with a bit of discussion on the upcoming films Ghost Rider, and Wonder Woman.

Promos for this episode include: Two Girls and a Podcast and Doctor Who: Podshock

Download Episode 17 Here

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Looking for website help....

Hello Listeners!

As you all can prob tell from the look of the ol PodCulture site here, I'm not exactly tech savy. Does anyone out there know of an easy (as in REALLY damn easy) way to host, format, and flat-out redesign a website/blog? What I am lookig for is something akin to a combination of the following two websites: Bluegrass Browncoats and Wingin' It . If anyone know of anything PLEASE let me know OK? I really want to make the PodCulture site interesting and a place we could all have some fun with.


Monday, July 03, 2006

Episode 16: Brought To You By The Numbers: 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42

This time the show starts off with the gang discussing the cowardess that is an anonymous email. Glenn chats about the computer game Guild Wars: Factions and that, of course, he is STILL addicted to World of Warcraft.

Brad, Christina, and Glenn get into discussing some of their recent DVDs purchases and watching habits. Among them are: Lost: Season 2, 16 Blocks, Nightstalker, Lois and Clark: Season 3, the various Superman movies, Krypto, Doctor Who (the 1996 movie), Christina takes over from Brad and rants about what happened during a recent episode of the new Doctor Who TV series.

The gang comes back from a break ready for a snack. This time Geek Cuisine focuses on a couple of things: Hank's Rootbeer, Virgil's Rootbeer, and Violet Crumbles.

After getting all sugared up, Brad and Glenn geek a little bit about some comic books they have purchased. (both new and old) Wonder Woman, Civil War, The Flash, Batman, S.H.I.E.L.D, The Superman Returns prequels, Watchmen, Batman/Superman, 52, New Avengers, Astonishing X-Men, the Angel Scriptbooks, Justice, Judge Dredd, 2000 A.D. and Warlord, are among the many books discussed.

Then after a break and answering some voicemail sent in by listeners, the crew chats about the Superman Returns movie. Brad and Christina share a story about taking a trip to the Build-a-Bear store. They wrap up the episode with chatter about Rogue Trooper, Judge Dredd: The Game, Nerudo, and Trigun.

Special musical guest this episode is: The Bedlam Bards with a song from their cd On The Drift called Big Damn Trilogy.

A very special thanks go out to Stuart Duncan for sending in some very cool Doctor Who posters, Dani in NC, Nick Bradley, and Paul from The Whocast for calling into the PodCulture voicemail line 206-338-3POD, and to Ian Shields for sending in the promo and introduction for his show The Ranting Scotsman.

Download Episode 16 Here