The Insert Witty Name Show – iTunes Update!

After a little bit of trouble with the iTunes feed – the podcast is now properly available on iTunes again!

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Insert Witty Name Show: Ep 2 “Ricardo Montlaban’s Peclicas”

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In the second episode we discuss Star Trek films. Specifically, the first six. We examine Ricardo Montlaban’s chest, DeForest Kelly’s beard, George Takei’s jacket and come up with the idea for a direct sequel to Star Trek IV

Pictured below: The Aging King of Disco

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Show Notes:

Captain Kirk is Climbing A Mountain (Why Is He Climbing a Mountain?)

Star Trek Phase 2: The Lost Series by Judith Reeves Stevens

SF Debris

 

Music: “Hustle” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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The Insert Witty Name Show – Ep 1. “Hulk Hogan’s Meat Shoes”

Episode 1: Hulk Hogan’s Meat Shoes

The first episode of The Insert Witty Name Show. We discuss the late Bob Hoskins and our favorite/least favorite sit coms.

ALSO SPOILER WARNING: At about 15 mins in we talk about the finale of How I Met Your Mother – skip to 22 mins to get around that without spoilers.

Hulk Hogan’s Meat Shoes

Music: “Hustle” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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An Update on the Update

Over a month ago I posted an update on saying I was preparing a new video. This was true but for reasons beyond my control it won’t be happening for a while. I have begun early stages of planning a 3rd season of The Unemployed Historian and some other projects. I won’t say anything too much for now other than I expect to post some new videos at the start of the Summer at the earliest. I’ve also fixed the Twitter widget! Huzzah!

Update!

I just realized I had not updated this blog for quite sometime. I’ve been incredibly busy and haven’t had much time to work on any videos since A Cry in The Morning. However, I do want to get some videos out as soon as possible. I’ve watched the next film I have planned to review and started doing a bit of research. I won’t put a time or date on when it gets done but it will happen! I’ve even bought a tripod!

Currently I have it in mind that I may review Frost/Nixon and perhaps Capote in the wake of the death of Phillip Seymour Hoffman. I’ve nothing really nailed down except the fact that the subject of the next video.

Feel free to suggest films in the comments or on Twitter or Facebook!