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Here 5 Tup-Tups have gathered to discuss the music, lore, and history of Tupperware Remix Party. Host Decoy Photon is joined by his internet friendships Phycotria, JRub, Logan, and worldmind to review songs from post 2012 era TWRP Albums, TWRP Remixes, and TWRP fanart from the growing TWRP community. Welcome to the TWRP Podcast.
 
Taking Back Film Culture One Snob At A Time
 
Formerly known as The Night Vale Recap, we now present The Binary System Podcast. Twins Kathryn Adams and Elizabeth Wallace bring you recaps of Welcome To Night Vale, and geek out about any shiny thing that distracts them.
 
We are a group of fans who love the show Once Upon a Time, but more so in particular the love story between Emma Swan and Killian Jones AKA Captain Hook. Every week, we plan to get together to discuss our favorite couple as well as things happening in the fandom, such as conventions and events involving Once Upon a Time.
 
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Welcome to Indie Komiks Podcast. The place where we talk about local komiks in the Philippines
 
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In what’s quickly becoming an annual tradition, the Binary System Podcast (with special guest Nathan Adams) watched the Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts at our favorite cinemas, and we’re here to give you the details. Which short do we think will win? Which short would we like to win? Which short wasn’t our favorite, and which “Highly Commended” ...…
 
Technically this podcast is about websites that help you watch movies, but aside from the RunPee app (and what a glorious invention that is) it’s mostly about sites that can give you a heads up about triggers in movies. Here at Binary System we’ve never been sure what to think of trigger warnings, but we’re fascinated by websites that categoriz ...…
 
Yay, Welcome to Night Vale is back from hiatus! To celebrate, Night Vale is having a party this week at Dark Owl Records! Well, it’s more of a fundraiser than a party (the new music store in town, Burger Barn Gladtown Records Express, is affecting sales at Dark Owl Records and owner Michelle Nguyen HAS OPINIONS ABOUT THAT.) Plus, the host of th ...…
 
Can we just say for the record that if you’ve attended a convention and been bitterly disappointed, you have our sympathies. THAT BEING SAID, grab some popcorn, because in the wake of the Fyre Festival documentaries (which we adored) we’re going to talk about a bunch more conventions that imploded due to inexperience, egos, financial shenanigan ...…
 
It sure doesn’t happen very often: both the East and West Coast branches of Binary System actually saw a movie before it left the theaters. But it was a Transformers movie, and the reviews were great, so how could they NOT go see it? Spoilers ahoy! Listen in as they break down everything they loved (and a couple teeny tiny things they didn’t) a ...…
 
Well, that didn’t take long, did it? Not that we’ve fallen behind on our podcasts by accident, oh no. We knew it would freak out our listeners if we actually stayed ahead of schedule for too long, so we went back to our tried-and-true method of skipped weeks, delays, and a complete lack of planning. Because we’re considerate. We also have an Ar ...…
 
So did you watch Haunting of Hill House, or did you skip it and wonder what the fuss was about? Did you love all of it, or did you recognize the parts that were deeply flawed? Did you enjoy the ending, or did the last line make you want to flip a table? Pull up a chair, we’ve got you covered, as special guest Hannah Wallace returns to help us b ...…
 
Last week was our Christmas episode so of course Night Vale released a Christmas episode for us to recap the next day. But seeing as how it was a downer of a story about mortality and terror, it’s probably good we waited until after Christmas to recap it. And to cheer ourselves up, we also talked about Penguin’s father on Gotham, Klaus’ predica ...…
 
Only a few days until Christmas, it’s almost the end of the year, and we’re finally getting better at movies! We managed to watch a popular film only six months late instead of, um, how long did it take us to see “Tangled?” Two years? Anyway, we watched “Incredibles 2” this week, and we have comments. Listen in as we fangirl about the animation ...…
 
This week it’s time to grab a plate of imaginary corn with some theoretical butter and celebrate the birthday of Lee Marvin! (At least, that’s what they’re doing over in Night Vale. We still don’t understand why it’s always Lee’s 30th birthday but we do like the corn.) And for the first time in months we’re actually ahead of the game in our rec ...…
 
It only took a year and a half (well, close to two years), but Kathryn finally took Elizabeth’s suggestion and watched the 2017 movie “Get Out.” First impressions: very weird movie. The discussion about just how weird it was includes mentions of cultural appropriation, inadvertent racism, indigenous people having to perform their religious cere ...…
 
SPOILER ALERT. Last week IDW released Optimus Prime #25, the very last issue of all the current Transformers series, after this the entire universe reboots. Seeing as how this podcast could easily be the All Transformers All The Time Network (if it weren’t for breaks to talk about Night Vale, vampires, and Marvel movies) we had to devote a whol ...…
 
Okay, try to guess what all these things have in common: nights getting longer (and whether that’s good or bad), mayonnaise, eating contests, studying (or not) for the PSAT, how annoying autoplay is on Youtube, the change of venue for DesignerCon, that time Kathryn was in the Barnes and Noble parking lot with Hannah and thought the car was roll ...…
 
With no Night Vale episode to recap this week, we just jumped on every random topic that wandered into our airspace, first saying a few words about the passing of Stan Lee (thank you for so many things we love, Stan) then geeking out about NC Comicon, Chuck Palahniuk, Limetown, The Haunting of Hill House, Wallander and the announcement of a Lok ...…
 
It’s the third (and final?) part of the Mudstone Abyss arc, people are speaking gibberish, there’s protests and riots and radio hosts being burned in effigy and, most disturbing of all….Kevin is being…nice? After the recap there’s also information on our latest TV obsessions; hat tip to Hannah for recommending The Haunting of Hill House, and Ka ...…
 
The title of this episode was almost “One hundred fifty episodes: still no plan” but we already used that fifty episodes ago. And we do have a plan, even if we thought it up an hour before the recording. Still counts! This week we’re talking about music: the soundtracks that bring back all kinds of geeky nostalgia, or just inspire those kind of ...…
 
Uh oh, the work on Desert Bluff’s Mud Stone Abyss is falling behind schedule. And the construction that has gotten done seems to be releasing mysterious hazy figures, causing accidents around the town, and now language has stopped working and no one can talk in anything but gibberish. But more importantly, Charles and Kevin have now gone on sev ...…
 
It took us a long time before we’d watch horror movies, a LONG time. By the time we graduated high school we’d seen most of Poltergeist (a friend warned us about the face-falling-off scene) and one Freddy Krueger movie (The Dream Warriors, still our favorite, oh shut up.) So even we think it’s weird that we have a collection of horror movies we ...…
 
This week we start with a recap of the latest episode of Night Vale (featuring the return of Desert Bluffs! And Kevin! And teeth! AND SMILING.) and then we discuss the total lack of Transformers comic book news coming out of NYCC, the newest Anne Rice book, the Walking Dead, and where you can watch the newest episodes of Doctor Who, for free! L ...…
 
This episode starts out with a recap of Football Season in Night Vale (we’d watch more football if it had more trees and ghosts) and then turns into an episode of All Transformers All The Time: in one week we got to see the pinnacle of all Transformers movies (the 1986 one of course) on the big screen for the first time in 30 years, AND we play ...…
 
The Great Post-Vacation Catch-Up continues: this week we recap exactly one episode of Welcome To Night Vale. (It would’ve been two but we had to cut the listening short because…hang on, didn’t we do this the last time we recapped a Welcome To Night Vale Episode? Are you sure?) There’s also some complaints about noisy clocks and clicky chairs, a ...…
 
This is it, the final episode of Alice Isn’t Dead ever. EVER. And the creators gave it an ending that wasn’t what we were expecting, but..is it a “happy” ending? Weeelll….. After that it’s the post-Hurricane-Florence wrap up (spoilers: Kathryn and Nathan’s area of Raleigh was safe, but you can find a great list of certified charities here if yo ...…
 
The Great Post-Vacation Catch-Up continues: this week we recap exactly one episode of Welcome To Night Vale. (It would’ve been two but we had to cut the listening short because Kathryn was struck by lightning. Except not her, the house. Well, maybe the house didn’t actually get hit but it definitely hit right outside. It sure sounded like it an ...…
 
We’re behind on all our podcasts so the Great Post-Vacation Catch-Up has begun! (Otherwise known as “How We Live Our Lives At All Times We Don’t Know Why You Were Expecting Anything Different.”) First up we recap Alice Isn’t Dead Chapter 3 parts 8 and 9 (leaving 10 for next week because we think we might get our hearts broke) and then jump stra ...…
 
We couldn’t manage to fit in a recap of both of our favorite (so far) episodes of Black Mirror, so we’re bringing back special guest Hannah Wallace for one more episode! This time we’re geeking out over the “USS Callister,” and then talking a little about our latest obsession, the crafting reality show “Making It”. Read OnBinary System Podcast ...…
 
Coming to you a day late because of cross country trips and flash floods (no really) this week features the return of special guest Hannah Wallace! Listen in as we recap one of our all-time favorite Black Mirror episodes, “San Junipero,” and geek out over an 80s love story disguised as a near-future, virtual reality paradise. (Or is it the othe ...…
 
Welcome to Night Vale returns this week with a beautifully bizarre episode, full of imaginary corn and mythology based on breakfast cereal. After the recap we also talk about Better Call Saul, The Originals, and a plan for Binary System Podcast T-shirts. (Bearing in mind that we never have a plan for anything, ever, so the T-shirts could be as ...…
 
You know, when other podcasts say they’re going to catch up on all the movies and TV they’ve been missing lately, they usually mean “movies and TV within the past year.” Not THIS podcast. Listen in as we fangirl about Pacific Rim (the first one), Better Call Saul (the first episode) and then go off into tangents about House M.D., S-Town (spoile ...…
 
In 1985, Steven Spielberg was at a new height in his career. He was not only a powerful director, but had started branching out in to producing very successful films as well. Enter The Goonies, reteaming him with Gremlins writer Chris Columbus and bringing on Superman director Richard Donner to tell the story of a group of outcast preteens on a ...…
 
In 2017, the Chilean film A Fantastic Woman became a sensation on the film festival circuit and became Chile's entry for the Foreign Language Academy Award, which it would go on to win. The film about a young trans-woman who is reeling from the death of her partner and dealing with her everyday life with the added scrutiny of dealing with said ...…
 
First off we recap the latest episode of Alice Isn’t Dead and talk about how ignoring awful things won’t make them go away BUT ON A MUCH LIGHTER NOTE we also do a full breakdown of San Diego Comic-Con 2018: what was good (the weather) what was great (blocking the road to traffic out front to give the crowds more room) and what was awesome (The ...…
 
San Diego Comic-Con is happening today! As you’re reading this! And while we’d like to say we spent so much of Sunday getting everything ready for the convention that we didn’t have time for a regular podcast…the truth is we forgot that there’s no new Alice Isn’t Dead or Welcome To Night Vale to recap this week. SO, we’re going to talk a lot ab ...…
 
In 2004, Pixar Studios worked with Iron Giant director Brad Bird on his first 3-D animation film known as The Incredibles. The film about a family of superpowered humans quickly became benchmark for both the studio and the budding superhero genre. But does the film deserve the godlike praise it received or should it be forced into obscurity? Mo ...…
 
This episode starts out as our usual Alice Isn’t Dead recap but veers off into a tangent about getting involved in the real world, trying to good, and ways you can change things for the better BUT IF THAT’S NOT YOUR CUP OF TEA, don’t worry, we veer back into the podcasts we’re not listening to (Sleep With Me Podcast), books we’re reading (this ...…
 
Bet you thought we were kidding when we said we were doing this. Yes, Binary System has now reached full meta status. This week the Welcome To Night Vale recap podcast is recapping the first episode of the podcast that’s recapping the first episode of the Welcome To Night Vale podcast. Read that sentence through a few more times; it won’t make ...…
 
This week’s episode of Alice Isn’t Dead asked us the question: where would you put a modern-day oracle to talk in riddles while creating a rift in time and space? Why, in a Denny’s of course. (And it works really, really well.) We also talked about what is and isn’t the definition of “racist” and what is and isn’t part of the North when you’re ...…
 
Night Vale ditches the multi-part episode theme (this week, anyway) to bring us a callback episode featuring a couple of familiar villains. (If you’re not sure what’s going on, listen to the episodes “A Story About You” and “A Story About Them”. You still won’t know what’s going on after that, but those are pretty good episodes.) After that we ...…
 
In 2017, actor/director James Franco unleashed his most mainstream film to date to South by Southwest Film Festival to near-unanimous acclaim. That film, The Disaster Artist, depicts the wild production of the "Citizen Kane of Bad Movies" known as The Room by focusing on the friendship between the film's director Tommy Weiseau and second lead a ...…
 
Yes there is definitely an Alice Isn’t Dead recap this week full of abandoned hotels and creepy nightmare creatures BUT SERIOUSLY we need to finally talk about Infinity War, which we do right after the recap. Because we have thoughts on everybody who died (?), everybody who did something stupid and impulsive, and everybody who didn’t even show ...…
 
In 1984, indie filmmaker Jonathan Demme got the cooperation of 80s cult rock band Talking Heads to film their live show at the Pantages Theater. The result is Stop Making Sense, a concert film that elevated the status of both the band and the director though credited ingenuity of presentation, music and aesthetics. But does the film (or the ban ...…
 
The Blood Matter From Space is finally here, and the battle between Our Dana and Other Dana is taking place in a literal lake of blood. Not to worry though, all of Cecil’s broadcasting equipment floats, so he’ll keep broadcasting while sitting atop his radio desk. In a lake of blood. (Wonderful image though. Seriously, fan artists, can someone ...…
 
This week we’re (“bark”) recapping the latest episode of Alice Isn’t Dead and (“bark!”) wondering if someone can be pathologically protective and (“bark bark!”) planning our Hugo Awards coverage (“bark!”) and wondering if we can psychically shut up the neighborhood (“bark!”) mutt that keeps making noise and OH MY GOD DOG WOULD YOU JUST EXPLODE ...…
 
Considered one of the greatest comedies of all time, this 1926 silent film starring the legendary Buster Keaton followed a young train conductor who finds himself chasing a group of renegades who have stolen his train and his girlfriend. But does the film achieve true timelessness or does it crash and burn? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find o ...…
 
In 2015, documentary director Bryan Fogel, in the midst of his own expose on performance enhancing drugs in amateur cycling found himself being brought into a much bigger story when he befriends the head of the Russian lab responsible for drug testing. The result of this would make international news and the Oscar-winning documentary Icarus. Pa ...…
 
Woo! The numbers match! 128 and 128 isn’t that…cool? Ahem. Anyway. This week is the usual random ramblings that starts with a recap of The Blood Matter From Space that’s currently hitting Night Vale, and goes on to discuss eggnog, echo chambers, and how trying to use an evil twin as an alibi won’t work because everyone’s heard that one before. ...…
 
MovieDude Eric and Chris go back into the art of film critique by discussing the value (or lack thereof) of rewatching films as a means to study their techniques and gaining better understanding. If you like this episode, you can find more of Arthouse Legends on GonnaGeek.com along with other similar geek podcasts. You can also leave comments a ...…
 
Warning! This episode contains mild spoilers for the series finale! We're back! Join Sarah, Lindsay, Raechel, Gabby, Kim, Jenna, and Justine as we get reacquainted with each other after our long break. Are we still involved in the fandom? Are we still watching season 7? Where do we stand with the show currently? Find out here! We also talk abou ...…
 
This week our Alice Isn’t Dead recap is pretty quick because in the end it’s all oracles and deserts and at least one really terrible commercial. (C’mon, Night Vale Presents, we know you can make better ads for your podcasts.) We move on to Ant Man because Kathryn finally watched it and eeee the miniature fight scenes! The battle with the toy t ...…
 
Join Sarah, Raechel, Gabby, Lindsay, Jenna, and our special guest Sassy Sazzles Sarah as we live watch episode 7x02 and say goodbye to Emma Swan. Most of us had already seen the episode, but for our resident Brits, this is the very first time! Afterwards we give our ratings for the episode and the results of our Twitter poll where we ask our li ...…
 
In 2015, director Denis Villeneuve, working with actor-turned-screenwriter Taylor Sheridan released Sicario. The film revolving around Emily Blunt playing an FBI agent tasked to work with a shady intelligence officer and his even more mysterious partner in order to take down a malignant druglord while traversing a philosophical minefield about ...…
 
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