this week in my podcasts: week of june 18

i had a lot of fun this week when it comes to podcasting. i was very happy with the episodes of Movies On UP! and Erik and Dave Talking with Erik and Dave.

Episode 7: When We Were Young

This week’s episode was a ton of fun. With news about the new Ninja Turtles movie and Ghostbusters 3, we decided to put together a list of our top 5 movies we loved when we were kids that we still loved today.

I was really happy with how this episode came out. Sometimes we tend to focus on news a little too much, but I think this episode was a good personality episode. Really let Ryan and I open up a bit and put more of our personalities into the finished product. We’re definitely gonna do more episodes like this more often.

Also, if you’d like, feel free to send me your top 5 movies you loved when you were a kid and still love today for us to read on next week’s episode.

Episode 16: Stone

Erik and I felt a lot more loose this week than usually. Neither of us were too happy with last week’s episode, and we usually bounce back pretty strongly after a weaker episode.

Our energy was way up, and we were actually pretty positive. We also let the conversation go wherever it wanted to go, instead of trying to force anything. I think it came out loose and fun, and I think it’s a decently strong episode compared to the rest of our catalog so far.

This was a fun podcast week for me.

One comment

  1. Top 5 Movies I Loved as a Kid That I still Love Today

    5. Waynes World
    This came out when I was in the fifth grade. I wanted to be Garth and did a horrible impersonation.

    4. Return of the Jedi
    A lot of people say this was the worst of the original trilogy but it’s my favorite. It’s the only one that I got to see in the theater on it’s original release and it holds a special place in my heart.

    3. The Jerk
    I watched this for the first time when I was 9 or 10 and fucking loved it. I remember showing it to other friends my age and they didn’t get it.

    2. The Naked Gun
    I have been quoting this movie pretty much my entire life.
    Jane: Would you like a nightcap?
    Frank: No, thank you, I don’t wear them.
    (I copied and pasted that from IMDB)((I wrote that I’ve been quoting the movie my entire life and couldn’t think of a quote off the top of my head))

    1. Robocop
    One of the first R rated movies I ever watched. It only needed a couple of boob scenes and it would be the perfect movie.

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