Hey everyone! Thank you for checking out episode 3 of The Curly Mustache Podcast! Each week, Stephen and Joel break down one real-life villain and one fictional villain, talk about their histories, their crimes, their connections with one another, and whether they’re redeemable with the trusty bowler hat scale. This week, we’re soaring high and discussing the nicest hijacker ever, D.B. Cooper, along with the radicalized Russian portrayed by Gary Oldman, Ivan Korshunov. Enjoy!Continue reading “The Curly Mustache Podcast: Ep. 3 – D.B. Cooper | Ivan Korshunov”
Hey everyone! Welcome to the first ever episode of The Curly Mustache Podcast! In this podcast, Stephen (Motion Picture Meltdown) and Joel (The Pod People Podcast) break down one real-life villain and one fictional villain per week, talk about their histories, what terrible crimes they perpetrated, why they did them, and discuss any connections the two might have. Each episode is capped off with us debating how many bowler hats they receive on our evil scale, and whether they are redeemable. In this first episode, we talk about the 1888 London slice & dicer, Jack The Ripper, as well as the Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous manster, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. Enjoy!Continue reading “The Curly Mustache Podcast: Ep. 1 – Jack The Ripper | Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde”
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Not only are we continuing Black History Month here at MPM, but we’ve also hit our 300th episode! For this episode, we dedicated it to one of the most badass black characters in film history, Shaft. We touch on the original 1971 film and the 2000’s reboot/sequel. You’ll hear us talk about or favorite and most hated episodes from the last 100, we talk about the complete bullshit of movie window jumping, and we all wish we had our own theme song that plays when we walk. Enjoy!
This week on Unitedcypher Presents, Evan and DeHart go solo on the newly released Grand Theft Auto V, talk about some real life crimes ripped from the headlines, and plot their own hypothetical heists with the provision that they can do one thing outside the current realm of possibilities. Give it a listen.