The Nextlander crew branches out into media that doesn't require a controller to enjoy! Join Alex, Brad, and Vinny as they watch the movies, shows, and anime they've either missed out on up to this point in their lives, or just want to revisit again.
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Our patrons voted and they wanted to see us check out Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli's airborne adventure Porco Rosso! Join us as we take to the skies with a lovably grumpy pig man as he bests his rivals and rediscovers his humanity. more
Every layer of Serial Experiments Lain has now been explored by our intrepid Watchcasting team, and now all that's left is to put the remaining pieces together, attack and dethrone Internet God, and if that doesn't work out, we can always hit the fac... more
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GOOD STUFF, GOOD LADS, GOOD STUFF, BIG TIME GOOD LADS, TALKING ABOUT FILMS, NICE GOOD LADS TALKING ENTERTAININGLY, ENTHUSIASTICALLY. five on five come the reckoning
What I love about this podcast is that they come at movies as viewers. While Alex obviously researches the movies, and seems to have a wider breadth of knowledge than just cramming from wikipedia and imdb, Vinnie and especially Brad haven’t even seen that many movies, and are approaching it as new viewers who are getting to discover a lot of films for the first time. The trick is that this crew has a long history in video game reviewing and video production, so they have all the skills and knowl... more
Three great people, love the themed months, and really great editing and sound drops. Plus, I love the production research on the movies! Couldn’t ask for more!
As someone who has followed these guys regularly over the years, I was beyond excited to learn that they are doing a weekly podcast about movies and tv shows. Whether I have an interest in the source material or not, I’m always excited to hear their opinions, which don’t always align. more
While I appreciate the detail they go into in the movies they’re discussing, there’s far too much SJW troping and this is coming from an old school liberal person. For instance, just listened to the demolition man episode and we got these guys editing their own version of the movie to remove an Asian joke, and having to bring up and bemoan racial protesting and how this film wouldn’t be right to make these days, knock the film for AIDS fear mongering, and give Sly a pat on the back for respectin... more
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The Nextlander Watchcast launched a year ago and published 59 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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