The initial plan was to do a roundtable discussion about the Summer of the Fanboy. That plan was foiled by the sinister team of technical difficulties and bad communication. The result? A 40 plus minute interview with Joe Endres, Editor-in-Chief of The Megazeen, and creator of upcoming independent comic Colossians. In this interview we discussed Joe's current projects, his personal semi-boycott of the big two, his favorite independent comics, and the one movie he would see this summer if he could only pick one.
The audio may be iffy, but if you keep listening to future episodes, those kinks will probably get worked out.
For more on Joe, visit his blog at: http://mzjoe.blogspot.com
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The Wachowski Bros. and Jeremy's Son make their triumphant returns, one offering up Speed Racer, the other offering up a technical description of the IMAX Theater Setup. Plus, thoughts on The Speed Racer film, and Marvel Studios slate of films planned for the next three years.
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Jeremy takes time out of his schedule to review the J.J. Abrams Big Monster Picture, Cloverfield. What did he think?
Also, he makes some comments about Michael Bay WRITING the new Transformers movie.
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I really wanted to do a podcast, but real life took precedence. But hey, you guys are used to that stuff, right?
The Freak Accident Summer Reading List!
It's official. The Freak Accident Podcast has moved from the PC to the Mac, and Jeremy is glad to welcome you with an all new intro. In this episode, Jeremy discusses the books he's read this summer, including the novels I Love You Beth Cooper, Soon I Will Be Invincible and The Stand. Not only that, he gives his quick and dirty review of DC's Countdown, Stephen Kings Gunslinger Born series for Marvel, and a more in depth review of one of the fine graphic novel offerings from Zondervan - The Hand of the Morningstar. And since no episode of the Freak Accident is complete without movie talk, Jeremy gives a run down of the movies he's seen this summer, and which one (so far) walks away with most satisfying movie experience of the Summer 2007.
All this and more, leading up to the Fall Revival of the Freak Accident - send all feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Against his better judgment, Jeremy went to see the Bayformers Movie. Here are his thoughts.
On this special day, I discuss my concerns about the latest Spider-Man flick before seeing it. Check back later for the review!
On my last day of vacation, I went in studio and recorded an All New Full Length Episode, with a review of the new TMNT movie, The Chair from Alterna Comics, and Transformers Talk!
With college break coinciding with my son's school break, we decided to go see Meet the Robinsons. Here is a review, featuring my son as a special guest reviewer. Hilarity ensues.
I was able to get into an advanced screening of the latest Tarantino/Rodriguez collaboration - Grindhouse. Here is a review for the movie(s) opening up Friday, April 6, 2007.
Jeremy actually reviews a James Bond movie, something that took some courage, considering he's hated every Bond Movie he's ever seen. Plus, a special guest calls in.
I'm in College, and the Freak Accident has been on hiatus. But due to popular demand, and the fact that I wanted to speak my mind, here is the first ever Freak Bite - a bite size, mini episode, wherein I will comment on stuff that crosses my desk while on hiatus. Today, I'll be talking about 300, the graphic novel to movie adaptation that has earned over 70 million bucks in a week.
Alas, the long awaited 11th episode of the Freak Accident in here.
Join our host, Jeremy, as he presents three quick reviews of comics that you might want to check out yourself.
The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck
More than Sparrows
Plus Jeremy talks about the future plans for the podcast as well.
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The song at the end is "Pitiful" by Weird Al Yankovic, available for download at His MySpace Page
It took three whole days to produce our tenth episode extravaganza, but you wouldn't be able to tell. Our host, Jeremy, needed a reminder from producer Joey Diamonds to even get started with the episode in the midst of being sick. Fighting off a cold, Jeremy plugged away through an extended movie segment, a Turkey of the Week (warning – there's one MAJOR expletive that couldn't be bleeped out), some Listener Line calls and a Freak Five.
Interview with Fox Chairman Tom Rothman
Joss Whedon on Serenity Sequel
Kirsten Dunst on Gwen Stacy
X-3 Selling Well
No Indy 4?
Disney on Downloading
Rift in the Potter Camp?
Does it Take one to Play one?
Our Turkey of the week Gets Defensive
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Keep it clean, keep it clear, but keep it Freaky!
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Nine is a wonderful number. It's awesome that we've reached Nine Episodes and haven't lost any steam. It's amazing that we've hit the number 9 and Jeremy hasn't gotten distracted by something else. It's only a matter of time, you know that, right?
Question Entertainment Weekly's “review” of Open Season
Another movie based on a theme park ride?
Rumors about The Hoff
Fantastic Four 2 Gets a Boost in the Effects Department
The Eragon Trailer – better than the entire book!
Michael Caine Talks Dark Knight
First Poster For Shrek 3
Michelle Dessler from 24 Takes on Terrorists from Another Planet!!
Freak Five Question: What book would you love to see adapted as a comic book someday?
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Keep it Clear, Keep it Clean, but Keep it Freaky!
The Freak Accident welcomes you to it's eighth episode, and it's more subdued than ever! Join our host, Jeremy, as he fends off the beginnings of a cold while recovering from a sprained ankle, by discussing:
The Future of Pirates
Jon Favreu's Rejected Iron Men
Memento Star as Harvey Dent?
Spielberg Makes a Choice he Should Have Made When Offered A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
Fox Finds Money in Faith?
iTunes Continues Plan for World (Entertainment) Domination
Turkey of the Week:
Superman Sets A Date
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Keep it Clean, Keep it Clear, but Keep it Freaky!
The closing song was “Girl” by Map