This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm taking a look at foreign interpretations of traditional Japanese tokusatsu genres. Too confusing? Okay, I'm watching the bug-nuts fun that is 1975's Super Inframan and 2013's Pacific Rim. There, that's simple enough.
[01:18] CromCast Promo
[01:46] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[21:57] The Super Inframan (1975)
[49:47] Pacific Rim (2013)
[01:49:43] ENDING MUSIC: Pacific Rim by Ramin Djawadi
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I tackle a host of computer hardware issues to bring you a discussion of 2000's Battle Royale and 2003's Battle Royale II: Requiem.
[01:12] Projection Booth Promo
[02:22] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[23:16] Battle Royale (2000)
[01:04:32] Battle Royale II: Requiem (2003)
[01:41:41] ENDING MUSIC: Dies Irae from Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm spending my birthday talking about the King. King Kong that is, with 1933's King Kong and the 2005 remake from Peter Jackson, also called King Kong. I also spend some time discussing the history of the character and how much of a stone-cold badass Merian C. Cooper was. Good times.
[01:12] The X-Files X-Philes Podcast
[01:57] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[41:39] King Kong (1933)
[01:25:26] King Kong (2005)
[02:30:19] ENDING MUSIC: King Kong by Tom Waits
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm joined by my buddy Kelly Forbes and we attempt to wring some deeper meaning from Albert Pyun's Cyborg (1989) and Nemesis (1992).
[01:07] Atomic Age Media Promo
[01:53] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[36:20] Cyborg (1989)
[01:15:53] Nemesis (1992)
[01:58:22] ENDING MUSIC: Invisible Wounds (Dark Bodies) by Fear Factory