Welcome to GG Podcasting; Gordon and Geoff's podcast network! Since August 2015, we have been producing talk radio about some of our favorite subjects. Use the links on the left to find the latest episodes of our shows.
On Random Reviews and other Ramblings, Netflix and chill with us as we randomly watch and review movies available on your streaming subscription. We're trudging through the bowels of Netflix and bringing some very obscure films to light even though they are probably best left in the dark.
On Donald's Dungeon, follow along with us as we roleplay as
Donald Lando D Trump in a fantasy universe.
Whether you love him or hate him, this inter-dimensional tale is sure to entertain.
On The Morning Dump, add a new "S" to your morning routine and listen to Gordon and Geoff stimulate your mind every weekday. Each episode fits a monthly theme and is less than ten minutes long so we'll be out of your ear before it's time to wipe.
Send us an email if you are interested in joining the network, want to sponsor a show, or have feedback of any kind.
It has been two months since I have written here. Hopefully that hasn't stopped you from listening to content we have continued producing despite the lack of front page writings. Today seemed like a good day to update the home page to let you know that Gordon was a guest co-host on Geek Cinema Society doing what he does best: Reviewing movies. The Geek Cinema Society does not get screwed with randomly chosen Netflix movies. Instead, they are watching and discussing movies from a community voted on list of the most important movies to geek culture. Gordon did a great job on the show and if you're checking out our shows because you heard about us on GCS, welcome to our little podcast network. Please tell your friends about the shows, and use that blue twitter bird link guy to the left to leave us some comments.
"Where are my podcasts?" - A question no one has asked but I for some reason feel responsible for answering. Gordon and I have been travelling a lot over the past few weeks. Florida, NYC, Hawaii, and Philadelphia all within a month's time. We've got lives to live and unfortunately, for the first time since we began podcasting in August of 2015, we're late delivering this week's content. The Morning Dumps are up but they have never actually been put into iTunes or Google Play so Random Reviews and Other Ramblings will be featuring the entire first month of Dumps. It's a compilation of an entire month of content so you can listen to each daily episode in one go. Next week, and the week after we will have regularly scheduled episodes of randomly reviewed movies and then another compilation of Morning Dump episodes. Got a topic for us to talk about in June? Please send it our way.
Geoff was on vacation last week so we didn't get a chance to record an episode of Random Reviews and Other Ramblings. Instead we are joined by Dillon from Jacket Off! for another instalment of Random Requests. Dillon brought in The Wraith, a movies so 80s we all ended up with bad hair by the time the credits rolled.
Would you rathers continue on The Morning Dump. Let us know what you would rather on Twitter. We want to hear from you and read your comments on future episodes. Wow!
Today's documentary is all about Biggie & Tupac but for some reason features Snoop Dogg as the thumbnail photo on Netflix. That's the first clue that this film is going to be a confused mistake. Nick Broomfield is the kind of journalist that knocks down doors with his boom mic to get the story. This is a great movie detailing how this tactic is exactly what you don't want to do when learning about the recently deceased. His disregard for common respect buries and convolutes the answers he tries to uncover. It's a bizarre movie you should check out for a few minutes just to experience.
It's a new month which means a new topic on The Morning Dump. May's theme is Would You Rather, in which Gordon and I discuss very important questions with binary answers.
Today is our 75th (normal) episode of Random Reviews and Other Ramblings and also our first review of a spoof. Tooken is about 20 years too late of hopping on the Scary Movie franchise's coattails. Those Scary Movie spoofs were pretty funny... Well, the third one was. Unlike Scary Movie 3, which blends The Ring, Signs, The Matrix, and 8 Mile into a coherent story, Tooken only focuses on Taken. How many times can you cram the same "I have a particular set of skills," joke into one movie? You'll have to listen now to find out. After the news, we're rambling about Sing, Kevin Hart: What Now?, Jim Gaffigan: Cinco, and The Dick Show Road Rage Philly: Taxation is Theft.
This is the final week of celebrating April holidays on The Morning Dump. What do you want to hear about next week? Twitter tweeter us and lets us know.