Category Archives: Podcasts

GBBP 186: Aliki Theofilopoulos and Brendan Hay

GBBP 186: Aliki Theofilopoulos and Brendan Hay

On this episode, we talk about Aliki Theofilopoulos’s history with Disney feature animation and ‘Phineas and Ferb,’ how she made the transition to producing and showrunning (and what she brought with her), the directive they were given with the ‘Harvey Street Kids’ legacy characters, and how she and Brendan Hay brought the characters into the 21st century without losing the core of what makes them unique. Read More

GBBP 185: Dan Fogler

GBBP 185: Dan Fogler

On this episode, we talk to Dan Fogler about ‘Brooklyn Gladiator,’ how its fantasy has been slaughtered by the reality in which we live, getting some of his artistic heroes on board, finding a home at Chapterhouse, auditioning for ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,’ and why he’s still one of the lucky few who get to create for a living. Read More

We Are Entertained: Solo

We Are Entertained: Solo

It’s all over the news, ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ is being called a failure. What did the boys think? I can’t reveal all of our secrets, you’ll have to listen for details, but I will give you a clue and say that our thoughts were more positive than negative. We do talk a little bit about what other people are saying about the movie but we’re sure you’ve read everything everyone else has said – tune in and find out what we loved, what we hated, and what baffled us about ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’.  Read More

‘Scythe’ Review: The Dice Section Podcast

‘Scythe’ Review: The Dice Section Podcast

If you like tabletop games and you’re looking for an in-depth review of the latest and greatest offerings, you’ll love the Dice Section podcast. We spend a whole month playing a single game over and over again, and then record our thoughts on how it held up. It’s not a shallow overview… it’s a deep and gory Dice Section. In this month’s episode, we discuss the 2016 area control, worker placement, engine building game ‘Scythe.’ Read More

GBBP 179: Kate Micucci

GBBP 179: Kate Micucci

On this episode, we chat with Kate Micucci about ‘DuckTales,’ how she auditioned to be a duck, stepping into the role made famous by Russi Taylor, how she parlayed a childhood dream to be a toy designer into an acting career, her musical career with Garfunkel and Oates, and why the world NEEDS a Webby/Velma team-up show. Read More

GBBP 178: Jay Chattaway

GBBP 178: Jay Chattaway

On this episode, we talk to Jay Chattaway about his early musical career with the U.S. Navy Band, scoring documentaries and National Geographic specials, coming into Star Trek three seasons in, the massive creative restrictions he had to work within, source music and the ability to break out of the Trek mold, differences among the shows, “The Inner Light,” and so much more. Read More

We Are Entertained: ‘Rampage’

We Are Entertained: ‘Rampage’

After an unexpected week off, the boys knock the rust off with a sure-fire winner and what must surely be the 37th feature film for The Rock of 2018, ‘Rampage.’ There was a long time where Chris couldn’t quite wrap his head around the phenomenon of The Rock but this movie may just have pushed him over the edge. What do you think, are we entering a phase where there’s just too much The Rock or would you be happy with a new feature every week starring His Muscleboundness?  Read More