Ballet Mécanique Episode 21: Eureka Seven (Star Dancer / The Sunshine Underground)

Sakuya and Norb are get real goop horny. Redlining the “Holland’s Gonna Die” meter. Suddenly, we’re on some LOST shit. Dominic has a flower misunderstanding. Dewey goes to a party and does Too Much.

Hosts:

Music:

  • Red Planet – Star Dancer
  • The Chemical Brothers – The Sunshine Underground

Auxiliary Systems:

Cinema Covenant Episode 127: Monty Python’s Life of Brian (1979)

A motion picture destined to offend nearly two thirds of the civilized world. And severely annoy the other third.

This Episode: Monty Python’s Life of Brian (1979)
Next Episode: History of the World: Part I (1981)

Hosts:

Music:

  • Tatsuhiko Asano – Midnight Movies

Other Stuff

ClobberCast Episode 39: NWO Clowns – Mantelpiece of Bones, Skulls

Shortly after recording the last episode, AAA’s big yearly show, Triplemania, happened. Many called it one of the worst pro wrestling shows of all time. Calvin and Stevo watched it.

Hosts

Music:

  • The Mountain Goats – Choked Out
  • Peelander-Z – Terry Punk!

Gimmicks

Ballet Mécanique Episode 20: Eureka Seven (Cosmic Trigger / Acperience 3)

Grandma’s back! Turtles and guns all the way down. Bad monks. Sakuya is actually a flower. Baby Norb with the hair tuft. Eureka back in the library. One smooch and everything’s fucked up. Holland is very adamant about zero people dying.

Hosts:

Music:

  • Axiom Ambient – Cosmic Trigger
  • Ray Boltz – I Pledge Allegiance To The Lamb
  • Onyx – Throw Ya Guns
  • Hardfloor – Acperience 3

Auxiliary Systems:

Film Disquisition Volume 1: Blake Lively: An Exhaustive Examination; Episode 14: The Shallows (2016)

Space Money Octagon Presents
The Filmography Disquisition Series
Volume 1
Blake Lively: An Exhaustive Examination

Episode 14 – The Shallows (2016)
Nancy Adams is a medical student taking some time away from the daily grind to enjoy a vacation in Mexico. When her hungover and irresponsible travel buddy bails on plans for surfing, Nancy decides to go it alone at a secret beach that she knows about thanks to photos from her dearly departed mother.
Nancy, who is very good a surfing and filling out surfwear, meets a couple of locals who tell her about some of the ins and outs of the secret beach – which is more intense than the beaches she usually surfed in Texas.
After a day of hanging 10, Nancy is ready to pack it in – after catching just one more wave. As she paddles out in search of the right wave, she comes across the partially eaten carcass of a dead whale. Nancy heads to shore, but not before catching the attention of the shark defending its feeding grounds. After a nearly deadly encounter with the shark, a wounded Nancy ends up stranded on a small rock outcropping. Armed only with her wits, medical training, and the friendship of a sassy seagull, Nancy treats her bloody leg and gets to work on a plan to escape the shark – which is now stalking her in a really vindictive sort of way. After several failed plans (and dead bystanders), Nancy harnesses the fighting spirit of her mother and engages the shark in a deadly battle of wills. After lighting the shark on fire with a flare gun and dead whale oil, Nancy finally outwits the sea beast, leading to its briny demise at the bottom of the ocean floor. One year later, Dr. Nancy Adams returns to surfing alongside her father and sister and the memory of her mother.

Film rankings thus far:
1. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
2. The Town
3. The Age of Adaline
4. Elvis and Anabelle
5. Savages
6. The Private Lives of Pippa Lee
7. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
8. Accepted
9. Green Lantern
10. Hick
11. Cafe Society
12. Simon Says
13. New York I Love You

Series overview:
Join Vanessa and Toben on an academic and well-researched quest to answer one of the most pressing cinematic questions of our time: what’s the best movie Blake Lively’s ever been in? During volume one of this series, they will watch – in chronological order – every single major motion picture featuring the actress Blake Lively. At the end of each episode, an updated ranking of Blake Lively movies will be determined, until the inevitable conclusion.

Contact: filmdisq@gmail.com (emails may be read on the show)

Hosts: Vanessa (http://twitter.com/the_virago) and Toben (http://twitter.com/pursuedbyabeard)

Music: Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B Flat Major, K. 191 – I. Allegro
performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra

Record start sound effect: https://www.freesound.org/people/Corsica_S/sounds/174771/
Fireplace sound effect: https://www.freesound.org/people/juskiddink/sounds/215658/

Intro voice: @iamastove (twitter.com/iamastove)

This was actually a terrible idea for a podcast

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Ballet Mécanique Episode 19: Eureka Seven (Date of Birth / Join the Future)

Eureka knew Adroc, and Renton’s kinda freaking out about it. Abandoning potato chips, he finds a new way to deal with his feelings by being horny. Norbis lives in a box now. What to do about Renton’s boner rage? Give him a porno stash and a fuck zone, apparently. Stoner realizes the place art has within the resistance. Hey, let’s play soccer!

Hosts:

Music:

  • Arsonists – Date of Birth
  • Tuff Little Unit – Join the Future

Auxiliary Systems:

ClobberCast Episode 38: Five And A Half God Damn Hours

G1 Climax 27. The fucking G1. So good. Our favorite matches, MVPs, the death and rebirth of Daryl, the emotional return of Shibata, and more! We also cover all the dumb shit that happened at Summerslam, NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, new developments from the Mae Young Classic, and a ton of other news from the world of wrestling!

Hosts

Music:

  • The Mountain Goats – Choked Out
  • Kaz Hayashi – 和魂
  • Takuma Sano – ATTACK AND RELEASE
  • Kunio Toshima – Kunio
  • Peelander-Z – Terry Punk!

Gimmicks