The book and the movie version of "The Shining" are vastly different. Does that mean that the Movie Monday
& Book Bwednesday podcast episodes of the Lackadaisical Librocubicularist will also be vastly different? Find out when I discuss:
The Shining by Stephen King.
No surprises that this TV Tuesday episode is devoted entirely to the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who which was chock-full of surprises! I discuss:
The Day of the Doctor.
David Gemmel really seems to like having aging heroes in his novels. A fact may be that he had a hand in writing the script for movies including: Space Cowboys
and the newly released Last Vegas
. I discuss:
Quest for Lost Heroes by David Gemmel (Book #4 of the Drenai Saga)
ALSO I crank the bookiness of this Book Bwednesday up to two by discussing another book...
It's Not Easy Bein' Me: A Life of No Respect But Plenty of Sex by Rodney Dangerfield
Never again will I say "Pass th Clicker" when I want the TV remote for fear that I will be infected with spores and turn into a zombiesque, fungally controlled, bloodthirsty maniac! In this Thur-Video-Games-Day episode I discuss the soon to be mega-award winning:
The Last of Us.
An iconic show has recently finished airing so much like the opportunistic vulture I have decided that I am the one who picks clean the carcass of recently deceased television shows... I discuss:
Breaking Bad (Season 1, Episodes 1-3)
Part of my usual Movie Monday episode descriptions are trying to find connections between the movies I watch. After wracking my brains for upwards of 42 seconds I could not find a connection between these two movies SO if you are reading this right now and can come up with one please tweet it to me @Jordan_Maywood and I will give you a mention on the show and give you the 'ole Re-Tweet while I am at it! I discuss:
Texas Chainsaw 3D, and
Man created the internet back in 1402 and was told it was the devils tool and should be buried. When Al Gore unearthed this treasure did he realize that one day a Man would talk about things on a Fri-Internet Day episode of the Lackadaisical Librocubicularist Podcast in which I discuss:
Normal Difficulty (GTA 6 & 7),
V-Sauce: Cruel Bombs,
Revision 3: Casual Friday - Game Review Rituals,
Epic Meal Time: Fast Food Scarecrow, and
Bang Bang Fang Fang Halloween Edition.
David Gemmel wrote book #1 of this series when he was 36 years old and this book takes place 100 years after those events so by my calculations David Gemmel is 136 years old... I discuss:
The King Beyond the Gate by David Gemmel (Book #2 of the Drenai Series)