Sun, 24 November 2013
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are making due for a grave omission in their podcast sub-series looking at the works of a single director. Arguably the most popular director of his generation, Steven Spielberg's films are discussed as a whole, his penchant for sentimentality, his bold imaginations, and the guys favorite and least favorite films. They discuss changes over his career, including E.T.'s walky talky controversy, resonating themes, and where Spielberg stands today.
Sun, 17 November 2013
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are taking a look back into the past, exploring the religions of old for material for pitches. In honor of the Thor sequel, they're pitching movies of TV shows based upon pre-Christian religions/cultures/mythology. As for the game, Eric take his turn as Game Master for another round of Triple Titles.
Episode 63 includes:
-Blockbuster is officially dead. Did you know it still existed? Well, it did.
-"Blackfish" shows all you need is a BA and being able to swim to work at SeaWorld. Also, humans suck.
-"Hellbenders" is like Ghostbusters as done by Kevin Smith. If you like things dark, check it out.
-Ben laments why there cannot be magic in "Thor: The Dark World," conveniently ignoring the pressence of Kat Dennings.
-This Week's Pitch -- Pre-Christian Religion!
-Nate pitches a body swap film between a normal human being and the Greek party god, Dionysis. Also, comical goat transformation.
-Eric pitches a prequel to the book "What in God's Name?" about God consolidating the other older gods, and a fantasy tailored for Ben's tastes.
-Ben pitches an apocalypse-palooza, an artist that kills so his muse will inspire his works, a Dr. Frankenstein who wants to recreate Greek creatures like centaurs.
-This Week's Game -- Triple Titles!
-With Eric as Game Master, Nate and Ben are given three pairs of actors and have to connect the movie titles.
Tue, 5 November 2013
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back from their break, and they're here to test out a new batch of games for their show. No pitch this week but they try out three new games and encourage the listeners to play along.
Episode 61 includes:
-This Week's Pitch -- None!
-This Week's Game(s) -- New Game Tryouts!
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