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Best Adam Tod Brown podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Adam Tod Brown podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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A six-episode podcast series from the Unpops Network about the history and music of the band Korn. Hosted by comedians Adam Tod Brown, Travis Clark, and Andy Sell. None of the hosts were fans of the band when the show started. Will that change by the time the season is done? Start listening now and find out!
 
The Raging Joy Podcast is a comedy podcast that features comedian host Erik Barnes (@ErikWBarnes) and his guests spitting fire, spewing venom, vomiting fury, inflicting good, injecting happy, and gushing joy onto the world. Erik's guests share the things in life that make them the angriest but also share the thing in life that brings them back down to earth and make life worth living. Follow the show @ragingjoypod.
 
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We don't even summarize the film this time. It's just three dudes talking about what it means to be human for about an hour. Tom Reimann from Gamefully Unemployed stops by to drop some knowledge. What does it mean to be sentient? What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to be a bean? This episode is all thanks to our Pick the Flick patron Z…
 
BOLD is a podcast about race and justice in America, and a collaboration between Small Beans and Showing Up For Racial Justice, produced by White People 4 Black Lives.In the first of our three live interviews, our co-hosts Dahlia Ferlito and Ivette Alé talk with Eunisses Hernandez about her activism as a member of Just Leadership USA, which focuses…
 
Dan's back! Everybody Dan's back! Go Crazy! Alright, calm down.It's murder most foul! A cacophony of crime! A Monty Python of ending retcons! The three guys talk about 1985's Clue and how(s) it holds up and hows it don't for an hour and a half. Abe tries to get them to dissect the jokes. They're all into Tim Curry and Martin Mull (spoilers). You'll…
 
The third installment of our Fast and Furious deep dive comes with many epiphanies, like Sarah learning what drifting is. Both the hosts are pretty confident in their scoring of how fast this film is, but less so in if it's truly furious. Not a lot of violence in this one, as the franchise is starting to understand what it's broad appeal is and sta…
 
Paranorman is a movie from 2012 that sneakily deconstructs American traditionalism, suburbia, and consumerism. Abe is a film nerd who believes that film school dissections of children's animated films are a good use of ninety of your minutes. Let's get real though. That Jon Brion score, Laika's beautifully grotesque animation style, and some superb…
 
Abe and Michael discuss the themes and relevancy of 2007's The Mist. In the last episode, Stephen King took issue with the movie version of his tale. In this episode, he seems to approve of it. While we're all confined to the indoors in 2020, we think you'll all find something in this episode that will grab your attention, like so many-tentacled di…
 
Vanessa's back to help Michael and Abe unpack the dense time travel timeline of 2014's Predestination (starring Ethan Hawke). The gang asks: are all paradoxes in all time travel stories the same paradox? Why are a lot of seminal sci-fi writers thirsty and extremely problematic? Which two of the three podcasters are sleeping with each other? The las…
 
So this is how it works. The title of the episode is the episode prompt. How Maggie and Adam define it will be determined by them. In this episode, Maggie defines it as "not your favorite necessarily, but if you could surround yourself with it as if it were tangible you could do it." Adam defines it as "will continue to mean something to you or exp…
 
Michael and Adam sit down with soon-to-be doxxed David C Bell and discuss the only Naughty Dog production about pirates that hide crates on wheels on a deserted island: Uncharted 4. Does Nathan Drake have PTSD from all his murders and puzzle-based close calls? Could the treasure hunters leave the island and just return with stuff to make their job …
 
Like the lazy titular character, John Hughes kind of takes it easy after Act I of Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Adam runs down the directorial bag of tricks he employs in the first 25 minutes of the movie that seem to be non-existent in the rest of the movie. Now, it's a fantastic first act, it's just that he took two acts off. Abe finally makes that b…
 
Not that living under a pandemic is ever a good thing, but there have been a few unexpected upsides to what's happening right now. On this episode, Adam welcomes Chet Wild and Kevin Anderson to take a detour from gloom and doom to discuss some of the positive side effects of the coronavirus outbreak. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon…
 
Hot damn, a new podcast! It dawned on us that the most unlikely of pure friendships blossomed in the last few years between Big Beans Adam Ganser and Maggie Mae Fish. These two friendos are unexpectedly wholesome together and so we locked them in a room without only a few cans of food and told them to interview each other. Michael and I then broke …
 
Originally recorded in August, 2018, available publicly for the first time! Adam welcomes special guest co-host Adam Ganser to discuss an anti-malaria drug that the US government might have used as a torture device. Includes several updates about how this information is relevant to your life right now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
 
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