A show where two small town dudes give you their big dumb opinions.
A weekly show hosted by Reilly Anspaugh and Geoffrey James that blends conversation and improv comedy based on the most absurd reviews on the internet. Email YOUR own reviews in to firstname.lastname@example.org, and the hosts will read them on the show!
The original classic gaming podcast continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. Join hosts Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey each week as they team up with a host of expert guests to chronicle the creations that have paved the way for today's hits. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!
A monthly podcast covering various comic book inspired films!
Kingcow and "The Blob" review an album side and let you hear what we heard growing up.
2 Girls, 1 Podcast. Listen to Menissa and Karla try to run a comic book company in Miami, FL! Each #HitItOrQuitIt episode features the ladies reviewing new comic book releases and let you - the audience - know which ones are worth picking up! And if comic books aren't your speed, the ladies have a bi-weekly SHITCAST where they talk about anything and everything they've been watching, listening to or reading! Curious about what we're up to? Want us to answer your comic book, movie or podcasti ...
A semi-regular look at some of the terrible movies that we have forced ourselves to watch so that you don't have to.
It's the world's sweetest anime podcast! Chorps and Jordan are anime connoisseurs and they're here to spread the good word, and the occasional bad word, about the modern state of anime. We talk about upcoming shows and review the ongoing shows we're keeping up with! Logo by @milkychai on Twitter!
The Cutting the Cable Podcast is a podcast that focuses on TV and movies that are available via legal streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, iTunes and Amazon. We also provide information about how you can cut your cable and find all your entertainment needs via legal online resources. We review new technology as it arrives in the marketplace and interview people within the technology arena and people who have cut their cable to learn about their first hand experiences.
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about the game Jacks and discuss Santa's new accent, feeling left out at slumber parties, and feeling things in your hands! Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
Dumb Action June is in full swing with Hot Take's pick of Last Action Hero. How can you go wrong with Schwarzenegger? Tune in and find out!!!By Review Revue Podcast
This is the fifth album from Rick James. Kingcow discovered him in the dance clubs. James brings a nice funk with a hint of humor and reality. If you want to get freaky, pick this album up!By Vinyl Rhetoric
This break-through album by John Cougar was his fifth. Crafty DM played side two and Kingcow really enjoyed the memories it brought back.By Vinyl Rhetoric
If you enjoyed our look at the Pokemon Christmas Bash album (and who didn't?) back in late 2019, then get ready for a thorough examination of where the English-language Pokemon albums began. 1999's 2.B.A. Master was clearly made as a cheap cash-in to capitalize on a fad that could end at any minute, but even so, many Millennials have fond memories …
This is Side Two of the soundtrack. Crafty DM and Kingcow both enjoyed this movie. Surprising to Kingcow, Crafty DM knew what scene the music was for. Outstanding.By Vinyl Rhetoric
This is the third album from The Pretenders. Released in 1984, Kingcow had many fond memories of this disc. Discussed with The Panda, she really breaks this record down. Enjoy Rhetoricians!By Vinyl Rhetoric
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about Moleskine notebooks and discuss science fairs, stealing movie ideas, and family group chats. Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
This is side 3 of Heather's 2nd island album. This is a nice side. Unfortunately, we don't understand Latin so feel we are missing a great deal. Oh well, as we mentioned, we might eventually learn it. Enjoy Rhetoricians!By Vinyl Rhetoric
Jeremy Parish, Stuart Gipp, and delistedgames.com curator Shawn Sackenheim convene to discuss... well, delisted games. Inspired by Sony's recent PSN delisting fakeout, we look at multiple digital platforms whose games can no longer be acquired legally. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-fre…
This is the sixth album from this English synth pop band. Kingcow enjoyed their sound. Surprisingly, Heather had not heard them before. Hope you like what you hear!By Vinyl Rhetoric
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Dumb Action June is kicking off with a face swapping bang with Nick Cage and John Travolta switching sides on Face/Off. Will this duo blow our god damn minds? Tune in and find out!!!!By Review Revue Podcast
This is side 2 of Heather's classical double album which she would take to the island. This has some interesting interludes during the music. Listening to this could make one very reflective or introspective. Relax and listen.By Vinyl Rhetoric
Comedian/improv coach Ben Schwartz joins Reilly and Geoff to read reviews about Breath Mints and discuss third-wheeling, mattress shopping, and Alex Rodriguez's marital woes. Follow Ben, Reilly, and Geoff: IG: @rejectedjokes, @reillyanspaugh, & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @rejectedjokes, @reilecoyote, & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumb…
This self-titled release was the third album and the final one with Bradley Nowell. Their reggae/punk/ska sound seems pretty unique. As far as albums go, this was a decent choice by The Panda.By Vinyl Rhetoric
By patron request, Jeremy Parish and Stuart Gipp talk about the full span of Ratchet & Clank's storied history alongside said patron (Bill Nielsen). Thrill to intergalactic escapades! Marvel at sequels! Scintillate at Dr. Seuss conspiracy theories! Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free ea…
Once again a musician has passed away. Once again only Kingcow knows who he was. The album, "Reunion", was the second musical album that Kingcow owned. Kingcow enjoyed this album. Heather not so much. R.I.P. B. J. R.I.P.By Vinyl Rhetoric
In honor of A Quiet Place 2 being released in theaters, and most of our hosts not being able to make it to theaters, we are going to tackle another creature invasion film with the notorious 80's film, The Thing. How will it strike our hosts? Tune in and find out!!!By Review Revue Podcast
This 1985 release was listened to regularly by Kingcow. This former member of The Time sounded good out on his own. Hopefully, after hearing this, you Rhetoricians will want to get up and dance! Enjoy!By Vinyl Rhetoric
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about Hotel Spas and discuss getting flattened, "earning it," and getting into your dream school. Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
This is the fourth album from .38 Special. Kingcow really enjoyed this '81 release. Good southern rock.By Vinyl Rhetoric
Jeremy Parish, Bob Mackey, Nadia Oxford, and patron Alex Meyers activate their podcast genes and fuse into a super-form conversation about Capcom's first serious attempt to enter the role-playing fray with the Breath of Fire games for Super NES. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early…
Here is another first for Vinyl Rhetoric...a classical album. This one is interesting to Kingcow because it has operatic singing on it. This might be one of Heather's island albums. Sit back with a nice beverage and relax to the first side of Requiem.By Vinyl Rhetoric
Jeremy puts on his "public radio symphony host" voice for a trip through five recent and upcoming classic game (and game-adjacent) soundtracks: Actraiser, Blaster Master Zero, Cowboy Bebop, Halo Remastered, and Klonoa. The full episode is exclusive to Retronauts patrons, who can enjoy the full 90-minute production in CD-quality stereo. Retronauts i…
Zack Snyder is a name all too familiar on this show so when he releases something new, especially when it's on Netflix, you know we have to talk about it. Zack Snyder going back to his roots of a zombie film with Army of the Dead. Is Snyder back on the right track? Tune in and find out!!!By Review Revue Podcast
This the 11th album from Fleetwood Mac. It's definitely a classic! Enjoy side two of this 1977 release.By Vinyl Rhetoric
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about Rolling Backpacks and discuss fantastical delusions, physical prodigies, and mouth breathers! Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
While chocobos have become the dominant Final Fantasy mascot over the past three decades, moogles don't receive quite as much attention as Square's feathered friends. In some games, they're simply part of the world, while in other games, they're relegated to references and tutorial sections. But what are these strange mole/bat, creatures, where did…
This is the third album from The Mamas & The Papas. They have a distinct sound. Not bad from an album that came out in 1967.By Vinyl Rhetoric
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about Car Decals and discuss tricked-out tractors and beasts of the woods! Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
With the release of a new Saw movie, lets talk the first Saw movie of Saw. Dr. Gordon, Adam, and the crew. Oh what a big tootsie. Find out what we thought!!!By Review Revue Podcast
The Panda brought this popular group. Kingcow had really only heard the name of the band. He ended up really liking the album. We're sure the Rhetoricians are more familiar with them than Kingcow was. Enjoy!By Vinyl Rhetoric
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about the board game Monopoly and discuss traditional cheating, Logan Roy losing it all, and immoral keynote speakers! Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
Jeremy "Punchy" Parish, Diamond "Final" Feit, and Kurt "K.O." Kalata are your three selectable player-character options in this roaming belt-scroll brawl through the history of Final Fight, a burly side story to our ongoing Street Fighter retrospectives. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-f…
Another session of Shootin the Shit, where we talk all things going on in our boring, mundane lives. How we gonna make this shit interesting? Tune in and find out!!!!By Review Revue Podcast
Kingcow is introduced to the "mash-up". This album was not his favorite. It enjoyed some success and they did receive a Grammy. Beware, there are explicit lyrics.By Vinyl Rhetoric
You're listening to a free preview of Retronauts Episode 376: The Dig. To hear the rest, and get two exclusive extra episodes every month, access to our previous Patreon-exclusive episodes, and early access to ad-free podcasts, please visit the official Retronauts Patreon at patreon.com/retronauts.
It's our winner of Review Revue Tournament of Random Movies after that sweet 69 rule. It's the inspirational sports film, Cool Runnings. How does it hold up after all these years? Tune in and find out!!!!By Review Revue Podcast
In Episode 203 we played a banjo player. This is the first side of that album. Both sides are legendary performer, Steve Martin. He plays the banjo on side two and does comedy on side one. The cover art is the back side of the album. The front is him dressed as a sleazy Las Vegas lounge lizard. There is some profanity during a couple of the tracks.…
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about Nair and discuss disregarding severe allergies, Basilio, and pro/con lists! Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
Jeremy Parish, Nadia Oxford, and Alex Fraioli venture across the span of a solar system (or at least a few continents) to look back at Sega's first proper entry in the role-playing genre: The phenomenal phirst Phantasy Star, phor Sega Master System. Art by Leeann Hamilton and edits by Greg Leahy. Retronauts is made possible by listener support thro…
The Amazon series that T-Max has been gushing over had it's season finale and he's not even here to gush in person?!?! Join our remaining hosts to see what they think of this animated violence fest. Was it worth the hype? Tune in and find out!!!By Review Revue Podcast
This sophomore release from Night Ranger included their biggest hit, "Sister Christian". While not one of Kingcow's favorites he has had his appreciation of this group grow over the years. This album definitely rocks. Enjoy!By Vinyl Rhetoric
It's the winner of Best Picture at the 2021 Academy Awards, but what does our small town group think of it? Nomadland took a tumultuous year by storm but not all of us feel the way film critics feel, so how did it play out? Tune in and find out!!!By Review Revue Podcast
Kingcow really liked this album when it came out. The front man for Creedence sounds really good on this 1985 release. Heather seemed to appreciate it, as well.By Vinyl Rhetoric
Reilly and Geoff read reviews about all sauces HEINZ and discuss fraternity nicknames, pushy grocery clerks, and cuckold realtors! Follow Reilly and Geoff: IG: @reillyanspaugh & @geoffreyjames Twitter: @reilecoyote & @GeoffBoyardee Advertise on Review Revue via Gumball.fm
Long, long ago, Retronauts East began a trip through the original Star Wars trilogy (and its games). At last, the circle is complete as Jeremy Parish, Benj Edwards, Chris Sims, and Ben Elgin blow this thing and go home with Return of the Jedi. Art by Amanda Pruitt. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to…
Another Marvel series is in the books. After the success of WandaVision, how will The Falcon and the Winter Soldier hold up? Tune in and find out!!!By Review Revue Podcast
This is the flip side of Heather Nightbringer's first island album. Kingcow definitely will be around when she's playing it. This is straight up rock!By Vinyl Rhetoric