Guest Kara Stone joins Eric and Jon to discuss game jams and Dragon Age relationships on a special TOJam edition of the WhaleCast.
On this episode we review Avengers: Age of Ultron. We also talk with Ari Millen of Orphan Black about the current season. Kris Johnson drops by in studio with us to discuss Free Comic Book Day happening May 2, 2015.
We're celebrating the arrival of the Loose Cannons podcast on Dork Shelf with a very special interview. The Loose Cannons speak with filmmaker Hilla Medalia, the director of the documentary The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films.
Eric and Jon talk Shadow of Mordor, Escape the Room games, and the bizarre case of P.T./Silent Hills.
It’s the Loose Cannon’s second dip into the Cannon archives with the discovery of a grimy VHS copy of Cannon’s even-grimier 1968 western The Wicked Die Slow.
Eric and Jon discuss Mortal Kombat, microtransactions, Last Voyage, and the recent glut of indie platformers.
Eric and Jon talk Axiom Verge, Drinking Quest, and local multiplayer with the parents.
The Loose Cannons hit the first horror in the Cannon canon—Cauldron of Blood, aka Blind Man’s Bluff, “starring” Boris Karloff.
Eric and Jon talk Life is Strange - and only Life is Strange - during the Out of Time episode of the Life is Strange Fan Club Podcast.
Guess what the Loose Cannons learned today! Not much, to be honest—not even enough to stop accidentally calling this movie Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? because it’s an easy mistake to make, ok?
Eric and Jon talk Bloodborne and Spelunky while discussing the appeal of mastery in games.
We return with episode five of Loose Cannons… but shouldn't this have been episode one? Yes, as promised, your hosts have returned to review the previously considered lost first Cannon release ever, The Love Rebellion.
Eric and Jon talk OlliOlli 2 and Battlefield: Hardline in Episode 13 of the WhaleCast.
The Loose Cannons finally hit a film they feel they can unreservedly recommend—John G. Avildsen’s proto-vigilante flick/thoughtful rumination on class and race in early 1970s America, Joe!
Eric and Jon talk First Person Lover, Valiant Hearts, and snowmen on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
Excitement for the Loose Cannons as after two doses of grimy Swedish sexploitation we hit a ‘real’ movie from a ‘real’ director: Alejandro Jodorowsky’s debut, Fando y Lis!
Eric and Jon talk Mirror's Edge, Firewatch, and GDC on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
The Loose Cannons return with Joseph W. Sarno’s follow-up to Inga, the awkwardly titled To Ingrid, My Love, Lisa.