Posts Tagged netflix

Under Culture Podcast Crossover!

By brian longtin • Oct 11th, 2011 • Category: side notes

Brian has the pleasure of being a guest on The Brad Bogner Show to talk movies (Red State, Drive), books (Bossypants, Zombie Spaceship Wasteland, Shakespeare), and other assorted topics.

Our Favorite Shit: The 2010 Undie Awards

By brian longtin • Feb 25th, 2011 • Category: side notes

An epic virtual discussion of our absolute favorites of 2010 — in every category we could think of — and why each one made the list.

Backlog Addiction: A Wonderful and Terrifying Future of Television

By brian longtin • Feb 23rd, 2011 • Category: watching

Not only is there a constant stream of TV of ‘now’ to be watching; all of the TV of ‘then’ is available too. For the obsessive pop-culture junkie, being well-versed could amount to a full-time job.

Our Favorite Shit: 2009

By brian longtin • Jan 26th, 2010 • Category: side notes

Our panel of two sat down for an epic virtual discussion of our absolute favorites of 2009 — in every category we could think of — and set about explaining why each one made the list.

Mile and a Movie: Week One (Featuring ‘Zombieland’, ‘Adventureland’, ‘Paranormal Activity’)

By brian longtin • Oct 14th, 2009 • Category: watching

An experiment begins: a simple regimen to combat the twin menaces of backlog and beer gut. Hop on the treadmill for at least 20 minutes every single day, and watch a movie every single night. Also features ‘12 Angry Men’, ‘On the Waterfront’, ‘Duck Soup’, and ‘[REC]‘.

Under Culture Podcast #5: It’s Not A Party If You’re By Yourself

By brian longtin • Aug 21st, 2009 • Category: podcasts

Brian and Spencer discuss Battlefield 1943, The Flaming Lips, Netherland, The Big Rewind, World War Z, Orphan, In The Loop and online Netflix parties. It’s good to be back.

RS Remembering Wallace, Aronofsky Wrestling Rourke, Sony Snubbing Netflix

By brian longtin • Nov 22nd, 2008 • Category: side notes

An insightful look at the life of DFW, a discussion of over-and-under-rated directors, and a movie download battle continues.

A Case Against Turning Bad Ideas into Awful Franchises: Three Tips for Xbox Originals

By brian longtin • Aug 26th, 2008 • Category: playing

“Masters of Horror Taking on Comedy” betrays its embarrassing boardroom creativity. Here are three ways Microsoft could better serve their audience and build their service.