OPX 15: Spooky Scary

The Scaryplex is open! Looking for some terrors to partake of this Halloween? Well, we’re here to give you a plethora of things to be frightened about as we present you with a vastly updated Horrorcast from The Film Room’s foray into the genre almost 9 years ago. We cover so many recommendations (and a few anti-recommends), we could barely fit it into one episode. Everything from Family Frights to Nightmare inducers, popular to obscure. So what are you waiting for? Get out your pens and start taking notes!

You can read Austin’s review of House right here.

And hey, would you look at my wrist! The Omniplex is a year old! Hooray!

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Opening song: Dead Man’s Party by Oingo Boingo
Closing song: Too Many Cooks (NES cover) by Rush Coil

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Up next: Safe (1995)

TOOTS 7: The Dog-Gone Burger (Served on a Hotdog Bun) (Bob’s Burgers)

Welcome to this, the seventh tasty meeting of the Order. This episode we delve into the world of the long-running Fox animated series Bob’s Burgers. We pig out over our favorite characters, episodes, season, and most importantly: the punny burger/store/pest control gags. (It took an hour for Al to attempt a burger gag for the title, only for Tab to rattle a good one off the top of her head in 5 seconds, go figure.) Hope you’re listening while hungry!

You can subscribe to Al’s Bob Borger Music Album Favorites Spotify playlist here!

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Up next: Malcolm in the Middle

OPX 14: Meanwhile in Pepperland..

Pepperland is open! This episode we turn to a unique animated classic starring (sort of) The Beatles. From the psychedelic style to personal influences to music, to the ill-fated, ill-concieved cancelled 2009 remake, we take a deep dive into the universe of Yellow Submarine!

You can find all the leaked test footage of the cancelled 2009 remake here. It’s… quite something.

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Have a remake concept Blue Meanie and enjoy your nightmares!

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Up next: Todd Haynes’ Safe

OPX 13: CoVid: Delta Force

Ugghhh… Welcome to the… FIFTH… Covid watch cast, where we spill on what we’ve watched in the quarantine. In this one, we’re a tad more pissed off, but still going and absorbing media to cope. We talk everything from Marvel to Soderbergh to Columbo to Netflix reality dating shows, to The Faculty, it’s a WIDE range. So get yourself vaxxed if you haven’t (especially now that the Pfeizer vaccine is officially FDA approved), mask up for others’ protection, and stay safe out there everyone.

If you haven’t already, check out our crossover episode with Storytelling Breakdown! Click here or find it where you download your podcasts!

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OPX 12: With Pride Part II, Beyond June

The Omniplex is open! We’re coming at you with Pride a little late this year, but with the question: why shouldn’t it go beyond June? With that in mind this week we talk themes of representation, who gets to play queer characters onscreen, and what is gender anyway? So sit back and enjoy this extension of Pride Month.

Opening Monologue by Zephyr. You can read the full transcript with source links here. 

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Up next: Our Covid Watches Part V

TOOTS 6: Alien Ant Farm‽ (Braindead)

Why did it have to be ants? Welcome to this, our 6th meeting of the Order. This week we will be squirming at the brain-infesting bugs of the CBS 2016 political satire Braindead. Listen as, with Max’s help, we navigate the craziness of mind control ants (while Max attempts to fight off some ants of his own, if you know what we mean). Also join us as we recount the D&D exploits of our party,  P.U.R.P.L.E. as we start a new campaign and face almost certain death.

You can watch Braindead on Paramount+ (which only has 12 of the 13 episodes as of this posting) or free with commercials and in full on Tubi.

P.U.R.P.L.E. intro/outro music “Medieval Kombat” by stantough on Youtube. Max/Theo Bard Kombat remix by Albert Wiltfong.

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Up next: Bob’s Burgers

TOOTS 5: Jesk? (What We Do in the Shadows)

Velcome! Ve invite you in to this, the fifth meeting of.. the order. This episode we venture into the world of the FX comedy vampire series created by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement, What We Do in the Shadows. More than any other series we’ve covered thus far, we uh… guys, we geek out over this one. Be prepared for us to bounce around indiscriminately from episode to episode. We also go on a nice tangent on the rules of death in tv and movies and Soap Opera logic. And our latest commercial break will make you feel like a QUEEN.

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OPX 11: When Bands Aspire (Concept Albums Vol. I)

Turn up that bass, The Omniplex is open! This week we’re exploring the extra space in our upgraded format as we talk Concept Albums. When bands feel the need to explore their artistry and creativity, a Concept Album is born! Zephyr, Austin, and Al dig into their playlists as try out some of their favorite bands’ more experimental works. Come on the first of many musical journeys with us!

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Up next: Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Pride Month Special with a Special Guest!)

TOOTS 4: Purple Pepis? (WandaVision)

This, our fourth session of The Order of the Snoot, has begun! This week Tab, Al, and a VERY active Max take a peek at WandVision, Marvel’s first Disney+ direct-to-MCU tie-in show. (Do NOT ask us to dissect that all those qualifiers, we’re begging you..) Our conversation takes us from 90’s nostalgia (aka the best nostalgia), to arguing over the complexities of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to the fact that DVD’s can’t be that old (they are), and really just lamenting over the passage of time in general. Come for the Wanda, stay for the sexy commercial break!

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