Saturday, February 20, 2010

Life in Equinox Podcastmonium #8

IT'S BACK! Did you miss it? Admit it, you know you did!

After a week off, the Life in Equinox Podcast is back, and I dare say better than ever. What makes it better? Well, this week nothing. In fact I have a cold and sore throat so if you hear a sudden switch don't worry, I just cut out my coughing fits. Overall though, lots to talk about, lots to say, and I think an enjoyable, especially goofy, podcast for you all to absorb and enjoy!

Runtime: 24minutes, 59seconds

Topics/Films Covered:
Whip It
Time Traveler's Wife
The Edge of Darkness

That's all for this week folks.

7 better thoughts:

Sasha (The Final Girl Project) said...

Loving the podcast!

RE: Brick; I'm an English specialist, so, this movie was like heroin to my brain.

RE: Whip It; I was once a 16-yo girl.

[Haven't seen TT's Wife, so, I skipped over it.]

RE: Edge of Darkness; blaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrgghhhhh.

TheAnswerMVP2001 said...

WORST PODCAST EVER!!! (just kidding)

I've now got to go post some reviews on and then go take a deuce. ;)

Tom said...

Yikes. That intro scared me. I thought you were trying to be someone from Shutter Island.

Castor said...

lol nice pod

DEZMOND said...

So you've moved from spanking to whip(ing) it? Nice to see you are making a progress ^-^

Univarn said...

@Sasha thanks for listening!

@MVP I'll just patiently wait for you to do your podcast then I'll return the kind remarks :P

@Tom Haha, didn't even think of it. I just like to start them off with a random voice.

@Castor Thanks!

@Dezmond shhhhhh. Don't let my secret out!

The Mad Hatter said...

Another fine episode good sir! (And FYI, episode seven of my 'cast is up too!)

I'm with Sasha - BRICK is a complete rush for anyone who digs use of language. It's a total throwback to the sorts of movies Hollywood used to make way back in the day, and the reason I think some of the dialogue was hard for you to follow is because people just don't talk like that anymore. Still, I wouldn't have changed a single word.

I was a fan of WHIP IT as well. I don't think it's a game-changer or anything like that, but I do believe that it has a great message, isn't nearly as cute as it could have been, and gets some pretty good performances out of its cast.

(For my money - it was stellar to see Kristen Wiig bring her normal schtick down a few notches).

Keep up the good work, hermano!

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