Just in time for our 16th birthday, we have audio from our Terrificon panel featuring special guest Young Indy himself, Sean Patrick Flanery!
We celebrate the IndyCast’s 14th anniversary with a fun roundtable with the IndyCast team where we discuss our favourite archaeologist, the buzz surrounding Indy 5, the future of the franchise and more!
The IndyCast’s Joe Stuber and Temple of Doom super-fan Keith Voss are here with a full length movie commentary for Indy’s second cinematic adventure. So join the Further Adventure’s team as they head into Pankot Palace and discuss trivia, anecdotes and lots more!
Just when you thought it was safe to put on your headphones again, Laird and Ron immerse in the music and trivia of 1978’s Jaws 2. Focusing as always on the magic of the Maestro John Williams, our duo hosts explore the similarities and differences in music scores. Join them for a deep dive listen to one of Williams’ often overlooked masterpieces. [In Stereo]
Look up in the sky! Superman Returns, Part 3! Two years ago fellow IndyCaster and Comic Book Central master, Joe Stuber, joined Ron and Laird for an epic two-part journey through the Donner-era Superman films. Now Joe returns for a deeper listen to the original Superman The Movie as the trio of heroes compare what might have been – from deleted scenes to alternate takes, all with an ear to the perfect superhero composer, John Williams.
We’re off to Neverland with 1991’s Hook! This magic score may not be enough to save the movie from itself, but that only makes it more fun to find out what makes it tick-tock. Will Hook capture Ron and Laird before they can escape? Listen to another epic film/music analysis treatment as the dual celebrate another blockbuster. [In Stereo]
Ron and Laird return to celebrate John Williams’ 81st birthday with a listen to his recent Academy Award nominated score Lincoln, a return to Raiders of the Lost Ark and a discussion of who will compose Star Wars Episode VII. This episode concludes with a recording of a live performance from Tanglewood of Birthday Variations by the composer.