Game Warp: Interview with Pandemonium Interactive

And we are back with our first interview of 2018!

This episode on Game Warp Podcast, we sit down with Alex from Pandemonium Interactive to talk about his upcoming game N.U.T.Z. which is currently in a Kickstarter campaign. N.U.T.Z. is a 2D non-linear action platformer inspired by Megaman and Metroid. Its set in space and you play as squirrels fighting space dinosaurs. Wondering how that idea came about? Watch the interview and you’ll know all about it as well as the future of N.U.T.Z. and what are in the plans. Hope you enjoy!

You can find the Kickstarter campaign for NUTZ here.

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Game Warp Special: Ready Player One – Book Discussion

A little change of pace over at Game Warp Podcast this week. Paired with the release of Ready Player One, we review and discuss the source material, the novel of the same name by Ernest Cline. At the same time, we talk about the 80s references and execution while also looking at what we saw in the trailers and our expectations from the movie.

This is pretty much a podcast show with only images here and there. If you prefer the audio version, you can find it HERE.

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What are your thoughts on the book Ready Player One?

Movies and Tea #1 – Shopping

Welcome to the Booth! Elwood and I just released the first episode of Movies and Tea, our new movie podcast. The structure of the show is divided into seasons where each season we take a look at different directors and their works. The first to kick off this debut season is Paul W.S. Anderson and his directorial full feature debut, Shopping.

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Movies and Tea

Kicking off our first season looking at the films of director Paul W.S. Anderson starting with his debut film Shopping

Released in 1994 to a mixed critical response and much distain from the BBFC Paul W.S Anderson’s Shopping gave a pre-apocalypic vision of an unanmed British city in which the recently released joyrider Billy (played by an impossibly young jude law) and his best friend Jo (played by Law’s future ex-wife Sadie Frost).

Here they set out to leave thier mark on the city along the way clashing with Jonathan Pryce’s authoritarian chief of police and Sean Pertwee’s rival gang leader Tommy in what could have been seen as sparking the revial of the british independent scene had it not been eclipsed by the release of Danny Boyle’s Shallow Grave the following year.

Join us in the booth as we discuss this debut aswell as looking at the rebel girls…

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Game Warp Podcast: 2017 Gaming in Review (with guest Insomnia Knights)

After a rather longer than usual hiatus due to the technical difficulties I’ve talked about  here before with my computer which does the video editing, we’re finally back with an overdue 2017 in review episode with our darling friend and guest Insomnia Knights. We talk about our thoughts on 2017 games and some games that stood out for us as well as some little tangents on Telltale Games and our feelings about the Nintendo Switch now that its finally released and has a few games released.

Do remember that this is 2 months after our recording. Better late than never, right?

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What are your thoughts on 2017 in Gaming?

Podcast: Guest on Asian Cinema Film Club for God of Cookery

Its with great pleasure that I get invited onto my Game Warp co-hosts other podcast project with Stephen of Eastern Kicks to talk about 1996’s Stephen Chow comedy God of Cookery. While its probably not my favorite of Stephen Chow movies, our discussion was a fun one as we got to share our love for his work and what works for this movie and why this might be a good entry point for many that shows off who Stephen Chow is at his best before his outstanding directorial and/or acting roles in Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle as well as 2016’s The Mermaid.

As I figure out a great way to introduce Hong Kong cinema into my blog, guest duties on Asian Cinema Film Club definitely made me feel all great about it because Stephen Chow was my entry into film initially.

Since embedding Podomatic players don’t exactly work here (or I haven’t figured it out yet), here’s the link:

https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/acfilmclub/episodes/2018-01-17T14_43_23-08_00

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If you love all kinds of Asian Cinema, remember to check out the AC Film Club’s other episodes!

Cinema Recall Podcast: That Moment In ‘Kill Bill Vol.1’

I was a guest on another podcast recently!

If you didn’t know yet, That Moment In has added in a new podcast a few months ago hosted by The Vern called Cinema Recall Podcast.

This show, we talk about Kill Bill Vol. 1 and each choose a scene that we loved to talk about. We head into a conversation on whether Uma Thurman should have deserved an Oscar nomination that  year and whether The Bride is an iconic female role.

I can’t embed the player here but here’s the link to where you can give it a listen! Hope you enjoy!

https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/thatmomentin/episodes/2017-08-25T01_52_56-07_00

When you are done, remember to head over to That Moment In and vote for the movie choice for the next selection.

As for myself, I realized that I haven’t reviewed Kill Bill yet so I’ll be doing a Double Feature covering Kill Bill Vol.1 and 2.

Game Warp Podcast: Ori and the Blind Forest Review

July’s featured game is Moon Studio’s Ori and the Blind Forest, a game with so much talk even though it was released back in 2015. Will it live up to its hype? You will see as we discuss the game mechanics, how it runs as a Metroidvania and what we love and what comes up short. Ori and the Blind Forest is a visual feast, there is no doubt about that just from any screenshots you see but is it going to be style over substance?

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