On this bonus episode we are without co-host David Tavolier but we do have returning guest, television and movie reviewer, LUCY WITSAMAN!
This time Lucy is dissecting SHE-RA AND THE PRINCESSES OF POWER the newest incarnation of the Masters of the Universe Etherian heroin from Dreamworks and Netflix!
As always co-host JOSHUA WITSAMAN holds our guests to the strictest standards of authenticity and expertise, putting this particular critic’s opinions through the wringer!
Tune in to this bonus episode to hear their thoughts on the show, find out Lucy’s favorite character, what she thought were the most frightening moments, and precisely which toys are the most distracting when giving an interview!
On this episode of TRIO SIMPATICO we’ve got another segment of our NEWS THAT DOESN’T SUCK with very special guest TYLER BUCKS from the Chatter Squadron podcast!
Unfortunately the news recently has been dominated by a lot of headlines that truly suck. Among other things the back-to-back deaths of comic book legend Stan Lee and 2001: A Space Odyssey alum Douglas Rain, which have really struck low a large portion of geekdom worldwide.
So, in lieu of other episode ideas that were in the works, co-hosts Joshua and David decided it would be a good time to share some happier headlines with the TRIO SIMPATICO listeners! Thankfully guest Tyler Bucks agreed and added some genuine positivity to the show!
This one is packed to the gills folks! We’re discussing Star Wars, She-Ra, Comics, Detective Pikachu, Stranger Things, books, we have a new sponsor for the show and MORE! Click HERE to listen now!
For this episode David Tavolier and Joshua Witsaman are joined by returning guest DAVID WESTER as the trio travels to the BUCKLAND GALLERY OF WITCHCRAFT AND MAGICK (AKA the Buckland Museum).
This hidden gem of Cleveland Ohio is a small but intriguing collection of some of the mystic and ceremonial possessions of Raymond Buckland. A student of Gerald Gardner, Buckland eventually came to the United States and formed one of the first Wiccan covens in the country. The collection on display at the gallery includes items which belonged to Buckland as well as several other occultists such as Aleister Crowley and Gerald Gardner himself.
We’re discussing the occult, witchcraft, museums, and the mystical in pop-culture. Plus, as you should expect from this show by now, we go off the rails at a few points and delve into more than a few tangents. And, stick around to the end to hear your co-hosts break into an impromptu duet!
All this and more on this episode of TRIO SIMPATICO!
I swear there will be new writing up soon, I’m working on finishing a slew of poems and have decided to serialize some of my short stories here so more people can read them.
In the mean time however learn about new podcast episodes of which I’m proud of!
In this episode David and Joshua are joined by self-proclaimed zombie expert DAN HENSLEY to discuss all things ZOMBIES. Including our favorite zombie movies, comics, games, books, and more!
The trio also discusses their favorite types of zombies.
Are you someone who prefers your undead to be slow and menacing or fast and terrifying? Are you a fan of the virus related zombification or would you prefer your brain-hungry ghouls to be of a more mystical origin?
We share our thoughts on these subjects and provide some sensible tips to help ensure you survive the inevitable undead uprising!
This episode kicks off our 2018 season of HORROR that will consist of a lineup of shows featuring a variety of spooky and frightening topics!
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s cinematic masterpiece 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
On this episode of TRIO SIMPATICO David and Joshua are joined by returning guest DANIELLE RANDLES to discuss our recent viewing of this catalyst of science fiction film making.
During a limited re-release of the movie in select IMAX theaters we gathered a TRIO SIMPATICO contingent to take in the cosmic splendor of this Kubrick classic on the big screen! During this episode we share our thoughts about seeing the movie in IMAX for the first time and how that experience differs from previous viewings.
But we don’t simply end our discussion there! We also take this opportunity to talk about the little-known cinematic follow up to 2001, 1984’s 2010: THE YEAR WE MAKE CONTACT directed by Peter Hyams. We discuss the tremendous burden of this sequel, the impossibility of matching its predecessor, and the genuinely great things about this completely different but worthy film.
Plus we touch upon the companion novels by Arthur C. Clarke, how to make the name Keir Dullea sexy, and so much MORE! Listen HERE!