OPX 10: Only Millennium Kidz Know!


Ready for some semi-recent nostalgia? (We like to think it’s semi-recent since the era we’re covering is technically in this millennium, but GOD, just humor us..) This week at the Omniplex, we’re covering the strange transitional era between 1996 and 2006. We examine the trends as well as the ups and downs of each. So strap in for this wild Disney ride (a few of which were made into movies) through an age of sequels, remakes, book films, and tv adaptations.

nickelodeon-movies-logo

Visit our website at theomniplex.org!


Like our Facebook page


Follow us on Twitter

Subscribe, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts!

Podcast Art by Amy Blue (shylostconfused)

Logo Art by Albert Wiltfong using Marquee font

Intro: Take Me There by Blackstreet from the Rugrats Movie soundtrack
Outro: Atlantis: The Lost Empire for Game Boy Color soundtrack

Up next: Concept Albums!

OPX 9: Keep Circulating the Tapes

The Omniplex is open and streaming! This week we go in depth service by service on the internet stream-o-sphere, and how it has permanently changed the way we absorb and collect our entertainment. Pros and Cons abound, we give ALL the dirt on all the major services and options if you still favor the physical media.

Streaming
(Image from thestreet.com)

Subtitles
(Bad subtitle implement from HBO Max on XBox)

Visit our website at theomniplex.org!


Like our Facebook page


Follow us on Twitter

Subscribe, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts!

Podcast Art by Amy Blue (shylostconfused)

Logo Art by Albert Wiltfong using Marquee font

Music for this episode:
Intro – Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Har Mar Superstar) 
Outro – UHF (Weird Al Yankovic)

Up next: 90’s/00’s Kids’ Shows

OOTS 3: Not Afraid to Burn in Hell? (Tiger King/Cecil Hotel)

We call this third, our third meeting of the Snoots to order with a Netflix docuseries two-fer. We mark the beginning and the end (hopefully) of the quarantine by reminiscing about the crazy crazy big cat people of Tiger King. With Max and Theo (our own Big Cat), we sniff out the eccentricities of one Joe Exotic as he bashes (for some reason) Cool Cat lady Carole Baskin. Murder for hire, an almost literal and specific CULT, and golden balls (don’t even ask), this is a wild series. We also talk Crime Scene: Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, a series we hope is about ghosts and murderers, and end up being about a mystery that isn’t really even a mystery.

To view a much better version of Tiger King, we recommend you watch Tiger King: The Parody by Monica Ortega on Youtube. All the same info, but shorter and funnier.

Tiger KingCecil Hotel

Visit our website at theomniplex.org/orderofthesnoot!


Like our Facebook page


Follow us on Twitter

Subscribe, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts!

Podcast Art by Albert Wiltfong

Them composed and performed by Albert Wiltfong and Tab Smith using GarageBand

Up next: WandaVision!