Ken and Richard have an engaging conversation with Jessica Manor, one of the hosts of “Bodycount: A Historical Podcast.” Fair warning, the conversation contains some rather strong language!
The Pudding Guys pay tribute to some of the important contributors to pop culture that we’ve lost so far in 2020. Join us and raise a glass!
The Pudding Guys get the rare opportunity to speak with film and television legend Ed Asner! We talk about his new autobiography, “Son of a Junkman,” and he gives his perspective on our country’s current tribulations.
Today’s episode concerns Ken and Richard’s favorite musical artists, and the times those groups made an album that was radically different, or even revolutionary! They also discuss a comic book movie from 2008 — The Spirit, and the changing nature of business during COVID-19.
Tired of being cooped up in your house? Wish you could go to the movie theater? So does AMC! Ken and Richard discuss the changing face of the theater experience in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also continue their trek through comic movie history in the year 2008.
Welcome to Season 3! We kick things off with a bang as Ken interviews the wonderfully talented Christian Kane! Listen as they dig into his new show Almost Paradise, his music career, and more!!! Can you tell we’re excited?
In our Season 2 Finale, we bring you Laurie Rosenbaum, artist and fellow podcaster. We discuss her podcast, The Rosenbaum and Gray Hour, how she got into painting, and what it’s like having a famous sibling.
In this exciting episode, Ken gets to speak with writer, producer, actor, and all-around legend, Dean Devlin. This is a great chance to pull back the veil and get fascinating stories about hit movies such as Stargate, Godzilla (1998), Real Genius, and the much-loved TV show Leverage.
The best part is, we get the inside scoop on his new project, Almost Paradise!
Our good friend Delvin Cox stops by and we talk about our earliest formative music as well as a bit about the movie Hellboy 2, circa 2008!
Join us as we discuss some of our favorite digital tools for staying connected in this trying time. Now that we have time to enjoy them more, we describe some of our favorite board games, and we continue our journey through the history of comic book movies, with Punisher: War Zone, from 2008!
Welcome to the show wherein we discuss the state of sports, despicable yard work and venture into 2008 for the history of Comic Book Movies!
Hey there Pudding People! This Friday we come to you with a discussion about some fun tools that can help us game with friends that we can’t currently visit, a couple of less popular albums by a great metal band and we finish up comic movies from 2007!
Join us in this episode, as we stay as far away from each other as possible, and discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on pop culture in the future. We also continue our look at the history of comic book movies in the year 2007.
In this time of feeling isolated, Ken and Richard describe their ideal concert festival. They also continue the History of Comic Book Movies segment with “30 Days of Night” from 2007.
Hey there Pudding People! We hope the sickness has spared you and that life is treating you well. In this episode, we discuss whether Soundgarden would be successful in today’s world, and the movies we want to see remade!
In this episode, we get the chance to interview Kass Botts, with the Indiana Recovery Alliance, as well as discuss a variety of fictional characters we would like to see adapted to the big or small screen!
Join us for a riveting discussion with Casey Ross, the creator of Arcade Fire: The Redemption of Billy Mitchell, a diatribe about shopping cart etiquette, and we speculate about the possibility of corporate intrigue at DC Comics.
Ken and Richard have a ball discussing the upcoming MLB season and the state of American Cinema. They also finish up with the year 2006 in the History of Comic Book Movies!
The excitement is palpable as your hosts tackle a variety of subjects: Fallout from our national obsession with the Super Bowl, a discussion of our favorite (and less well known) fast food franchises, and we continue our discussion of comic book movies in the year 2006.
We have the extraordinary fortune of sitting down with legendary artist/writer Jimmy Palmiotti! You may know him best from such works as Painkiller Jane or The Pro, or you may even know him from his work on the extremely popular Harley Quinn comic from DC.