Because one podcast isn’t enough for Doug, he has teamed up with friend of the Hodgepodge Podcast Matt King for the Crossover Podcast! The Crossover is a superhero-movie-centric podcast which will feature some comic book talk as well. If you enjoy the Hodgepodge, you’ll enjoy Crossover! Head on over to their Facebook and YouTube pages – the first episode is already up!
In Episode 66, Doug and Dirty A welcome back friend of the show Matt King to FINALLY discuss the big Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe news. This news was very close to Matt’s heart and he may or may not have cried several times throughout the recording. Take a listen and judge for yourself!Continue reading
When Doug and Dirty A checked out Jupiter Ascending on a free screening, they were joined by friend of the show, author Matt King, so it made perfect sense to have Matt swing by and discuss the Wachowskis’ latest…uh…”film.” Then, as is usually the case when Matt stops by, the discussion turns to comic book movie and TV news. Please keep in mind that this episode was recorded PRIOR to the big Spider-Man news that broke this week, but we’ll be visiting that topic in Episode 66 next week. Take a listen!Continue reading
Doug‘s been thinking about Avengers: Age of Ultron – a lot. Head over to his author page to see what scene he would add to the upcoming sequel. If you’re a Marvel fan, you won’t be disappointed!Continue reading
In Episode 45, Doug and Dirty A are joined once again by author Matt King. This time, the trio tackles Marvel’s latest hit, Guardians of the Galaxy, while also taking the time to rundown the highlights of San Diego Comic Con. Take a listen!
There’s no doubt that Marvel Studios has another great franchise on their hands with Guardians of the Galaxy. The Guardians themselves are extremely likable and the film is tons of fun. However, some of the elements around them keep the film from being king of the Marvel hill.Continue reading
In Episode 39 of The Hodgepodge Podcast, Doug and Dirty A talk about the continuing saga that is Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man, or as Doug insists on calling it – CAN’T-Man. They then discuss what works and what doesn’t in Disney’s Maleficent, before turning their attention to three recent indie films: Cold in July, Fading Gigolo, and the best of the bunch, Only Lovers Left Alive.