Welcome to the second, long delayed episode of Judging It By The Cover, a show where people try to guess works that are impossible to predict. These stories are known for blindsiding their audiences in some way, but will any of our guests predict whats in store for them?
In this episode, we discuss the movie called Serenity. No, it’s not the Joss Whedon one, we swear! This film flew under our radars for some time or we would have done it immediately after it’s release. What got our host Sly so pumped to cover this movie? Is he just that excited for a romantic comedy starring both Matthew McConaughey AND Anne Hathaway? Or is he a big fan of films starring murderous conjoined twins?
This is the first of a new wave of content Fronds Radio will be rolling out in the following weeks. Stay tuned for our upcoming review of the Evangelion anime!
So we’ve recently launched “DM It All”, a new show where we talk about D&D and other tabletop gaming books. Curious about D&D history and old adventures? Well, we discuss that here. Our first episode is covering the Tomb of Horrors, one of the most infamous dungeons in D&D history. You can see the actual Tomb of Horrors episode by Darryl & Sly here.
This podcast episode is not the final video but it is our first attempt at it. This is a more casual and abridged walkthrough of the dungeon where Ryan tries to navigate the Tomb while Sly plays the role of dungeon master. While not the style we settled on for the final video, it’s a fun approach regardless and we figured the final product was still worth featuring.
Welcome to the pilot/test episode of Judging It By The Cover, a show where people try to guess works that are impossible to predict. These stories are known for blindsiding their audiences in some way, but will any of our guests predict whats in store for them?
Our first film is Book of Henry, a flop from just this year that people already forgot about. This film was so maligned that it might have cost the director a job working on the next Star Wars film. But what exactly is so bad about it? Is the backlash just discrimination against dog authors or transgender time travelers?