OK, last outreach. I think it was a good one and was surprised at the lack of result. I have some fun ideas for the next one.
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I thought it was great. Much more focused on film discussion which was good. Could use more pointless speculation on events in the Media like Krob.
I've subscribed to these via iTunes so they download more or less automatically.
Finally got to listen...love hearing Justin's sorrow at realizing he was turning into Steve with his movie watching ways.
To add my bit of punny to the conversation, "Battleship" hit a Peterberg...and sank at the box office.
Not sure you're aware, but your RSS feed is waaaay out of order. For some reason, either the Morning Screw or the very first episodes from 2005 come up first, and everything else is dated wrong and mixed together randomly. It took me awhile to find this latest episode.
Yeah, I get this too. Any time there's a new episode I have to search for it by title.
It always takes me a while to get around to listening to these. Loved Nick insisting that Pattinson had no interest in women. Nick, does the fact that Cronenberg apparently loves this dude not change your opinion?
Here's the direct (right click/save as) link to the mp3 for anyone who doesn't iTune - http://chud.com/demo/CHUDSHOW/CHUDcom1.mp3
And here's the RSS with all the CHUDshows (latest at the bottom) - http://www.chud.com/demo/CHUDSHOW/CHUDshowitunesRSS.xml
Guys, maybe it wasn't clear enough. We talk through the entirety of Kerry Conran's Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow: A Kerry Conran Film. We reveal, in painful detail, the process it took for Conran to craft this timeless gem. He clicked the Window's Start button and opened Microsoft Paint. AND WENT TO FUCKING TOWN.
I saw this movie five years or so ago but after you guys posted the commentary I saw it's coming up on TV on Friday so I set the betamax.
But then I couldn't wait so I just started listening to the commentary last night while I washed the dishes and it brought joy to my life.
Don't lose hope just yet. People will always take longer to get to commentary tracks because you have to make time for them, unlike podcasts which you can listen to while you do dishes or mow the lawn or take your camels out for a walk or whatevs.
Also, you have to realize appeal-wise, you're not exactly pitching straight down the middle with a separate downloadable commentary for a movie that was not a hit 10 years ago.
Not that you shouldn't do it, but as get-rich-quick schemes go it leaves something to be desired.
Had no time on the weekend for a proper sit down with my DVRed Sky Captain but I listened to the commentary over three washings of dishes and couldn't help but notice that listening to you guys makes choring myself out less painful. Steve in particular was cracking me up. At least he was in the first half of the thing before he disappeared for long stretches of the second half. Justin's "highest compliment" running joke also got me good. If only my hands weren't all wet and stuff from dishwater I could have made note of other specific favourite jokes but they were all wet so I didn't.
But I will.
Mark my words,
The entire world would be a better place if these were a regular thing. I'd take them daily but even if it was a once a month dealio it would be aces.
Ubiquitous spoiler: Leland Orser.
Thanks for listening, guys. We appreciate it. Nick tried to record some of this during Hibachi, by the way. And was questioned by a very nice family of four.
Edited by Kevin Matchstick - 1/9/13 at 1:19pm
Should be on itunes tomorrow.
Why's your XML/RSS so screwed up? I'm subscribed to the CHUD SHOW on my phone, but it never finds new episodes because they keep getting dated 5/14/2010. On top of that, it keeps downloading the very first episode because it has the most recent date.
The XML is fine. So I'm not sure what the deal is. Everything has a specific date and is separated as it should be. Are you subscribed using iTunes or something else? If it's something else it may be parsing it wrong.