The Disc Connected is a podcast dedicated to all things Boutique Physical Media. There are weekly live shows discussing announcements from that week, occasional interviews with industry professionals, and bonus content when possible.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/6024210/advertisement
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Chris Stachiw is a wildly busy human who hosts... all of the podcasts, I think? Come check out our conversation as I highlight his various ventures he has found himself on lately and then we sneak our way into a LONG conversation on found footage: th... more
Re-Connected is a weekly live show where we go over boutique blu ray announcements, physical media sales, and sometimes we go over unboxings/collection updates. We are a community of cult movie fans that enjoy getting together to discuss what is rele... more
I had the incredible honor to have a conversation with Lucky McKee about looking back on 20 years of May, working with Second Sight Films, being labeled as a "Master of Horror" at such a young age, and finding the proper level of importance in physic... more
Ok for news about new releases but too much politics and some very annoying guests.
At a glance this seemed like a podcast made for me. I’m an avid collector of boutique Blu rays and such. I’d love to hear about upcoming releases, but wow. I do t have this amount of time to devote to a single podcast. Plus, I dropped out after several minutes of introductions of the people joining online. I just want to hear the news and reviews. I’m sorry, but I don’t care who else is listening that I don’t know. And there’s no time codes listed so I can skip the self congratulatory segment. M... more
Hands down this podcast should be essential listening for all physical media collectors. Equal parts entertaining and informative. Following along week to week will keep you up to speed on all the new announcements and help with planning what discs you may want to pick up. Ryan is an excellent host with great delivery and generally manages to bring the best out of his guests each episode.
As a physical media collector I’m always looking for new shows that celebrate it. This show is a great source of information about all things physical media.
If you love physical media and collecting, this is your place. The community here is accepting of all and are so kind. more
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