Tv And Film Podcasts
A podcast that should be called "Dirty S**ts R' Us" explores the world of what is traditionally taboo, from the kiddie pool to the far deep end. Through jaded views a long the way, they create for you a mental portrait of captivating past experiences diluted by alcohol and a journey into the possibilities fueled by whiskey and (drug name here). Listen to the sludge dragged so laboringly from dead brain cells and chemically altered memories on "It Aint Easy Bein Sleazy" with Dylan and Brittany
By Being Sleazy
Join El Goro (the metal-headed horror junkie) and The Cancer Man (a being so hardcore that even God could not kill him) as they delve into the broad grassy spaces and massed granite tarns of Geek Culture. Each episode features our heroes reviewing two films as well as discussing whatever happens to be on their minds. So if you have a taste for wild rambling combined with the occasional insightful comment, you can do far worse than checking out Talk Without Rhythm. Plus, listening to the show is guaranteed to make you less attractive to worms!
By El Goro and The Cancer Man
Where else can you find the dad from "Silver Spoons," the San Diego Chicken and the creator of "MadLibs"...all in one place? Welcome to Just My Show, the retro pop culture podcast. Our job is to bring you back to all those things you forgot you loved growing up. Through our regular episodes, bonus podcasts and special features, Just My Show brings you interviews with some of your all time favorite people from classic TV, movies, sports and a whole lot more. (We love jogging your memory by throwing in some more obscure stuff too!)
By Just My Show
Explore the remote corners of the globe from the comfort of your armchair with the new film series from Horizon Cybermedia, Exploration with Uday Gunjikar. The first film in the series visits the Elephanta Caves off the shore of Mumbai, India.
By Uday Gunjikar
Description: The mp3ater Project is an experiment in audio theater, including remakes of old-time radio shows and new adaptations written especially for the podcasting medium. Genres include comedy, drama, mystery, and thriller. The project began in the spring of 2005 at Duke University, where the students of Professor Daniel H. Fosterâ€™s theater course, "Radio: The Theater of the Mind," produced several audio theater pieces. These pieces comprise the first efforts of an ongoing experiment in digital theater. Tune in this summer as every other Wednesday we will be releasing a new podcast.
By Daniel H. Foster
A glimpse into the largest collection of surfing titles every assembled anywhere online. With TheSurfNetwork.com over 800 television shows and surf movies, including todays contemporary videos and the cult classic films of yesterday are all available for download.