In this episode, we have the unique opportunity to get a look at what it’s like to work in the world of public relations. Listen along as Ken talks with the fantastic Jill Goldstein, of JGoldsteinPR!
It’s History time! Take a walk with us back to the year 2015, as we discuss the four comic book movies that were released that year. One of them is (kind of) Fantastic!
It’s a new season, and what better way to kick it off than a conversation with one of our favorite guests, the extraordinary, Dean Devlin! Our discussion centers on the upcoming new show Leverage: Redemption, premiering on IMDbTV, July 9th.
In our final episode of Season 3, we have the good fortune to talk shop with actor Mark Pellegrino (Lost, Dexter, Supernatural)! We touch on many of his interesting roles over his career, as well as his new charitable project.
There is little that makes us smile (or potentially cringe) as much as a sequel to a beloved movie. In this episode, we are joined by One Mike, a fellow podcaster and movie reviewer, to tackle Coming 2 America, a sequel thirty years in the making!
In this episode, Ken and Richard tackle the remainder of 2014 in the history of comic book movies. This was a really important year for the MCU, as well as having a large complement of other fantastic offerings!
Your intrepid hosts take a look back at the movie Dredd from 2012 and what it has to say about “Urban” sprawl and the need for snazzy new police uniforms.
The Puddings Guys dive back into the vast ocean that is the History of Comic Book Movies with a wave of half the titles from 2014. Come with us on the journey from the obscure to the box office block busters!
Hold onto your spandex, as Ken and Richard discuss Season 2 of The Boys! Does it live up to the first season, or does it fall flat on its face?
Warning: Spoilers for both seasons abound.
It’s time for the Pudding Guys to dip their toes into the pirahna-infested waters of reviewing the “Snyder Cut” of Justice League. Is it for hours of brilliance, a sleep-inducing mess, or something in between?
This week, the Pudding Guys have the chance to sit down with “Chicken Girl,” Amelie Anstett! We discuss her history on the show Chicken Girls, her roots in dance, and what it was like to work with Justin Bieber on tour.
We continue the second half of our conversation about WW II and the influence it had on pop-culture with our special guest Jessica Manor host of the Body Count podcast.
Caution! As with the previous episode, there is some strong language and dark subject matter.
This episode is the first part of a discussion about World War II, and its place in history that many people don’t often realize; as well as a reflection on its effect on movies and pop culture. Special guest: Jessica Manor, from Body Count (podcast).
Caution! This episode does contain several instances of strong language, as well as dark subject matter.
The Puddings guys converse with Madison Ekstrand about what it’s like to land her first big role in the new series, Very Frightening Tales. At the end of this episode, we have a 30-second sneak peak of a new project by comic book writer, Jay Sandlin.
It’s history time–the history of comic book movies, that is! Ken and Richard return to 2013 where Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Kick-Ass 2, and other productions still await to be discussed, dissected, and delineated!
What better way to start off your day, than listening to a lovely conversation between The Pudding Guys and actor Bourke Floyd! You may know him from Hearts in Atlantis, or his recurring roll as Brady on Dawson’s Creek. Today, we discuss his new movie, Sour, and other upcoming projects.
Twenty-Thirteen was a big year for comic book movies, with 16 productions! Join Ken and Richard as they cover (in no particular order) half of that total, from a new incarnation of Superman in Man of Steel, and the second stand-alone character film in the X-Men franchise, The Wolverine, to short films such as The Gwaii and Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter.
This episode, the Pudding Guys have a terrifically fun round table discussion about Star Wars vs. Star Trek with guests Jay Sandlin (comic book creator and podcaster) and Ashley Clements (actor: Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Sona)!
In this episode, your intrepid hosts have the opportunity to speak with comic creator, Mike Phillips, in anticipation of his upcoming project: The Tessellation.
This week, the Pudding Guys continue our exploration of the history of comic book movies. Next up is a year that included an interesting spread of movies most people will recognize, but it also produced a few more obscure comic-related titles. Join us now as we explore the year, 2012!