I’ve always thought that they should make a very special box set of the complete Highlander series, but only make one copy of it and have all the fans fight to the death for it. The winner would get a very nice boxset of the blu-ray versions of everything Highlander as well as a small lock of Adrian Paul’s ponytail in keychain form. For true, ultimate luck. It would sell for $20 on eBay.
But that is neither here nor there! This is an odd episode because Aaron Littleton is recovering from gall bladder surgery, though not quite well enough to inflict a possible form of mental torture for the fun of it (He’s doing well and perhaps now knows secrets only given to the gall bladder-less upon completion of the ritual. Like where the Wild Things really are and stuff.) Instead of leaving you episode-less however, we’ve cleaned up one of our pilot episodes and made it fit for audio listening! Enjoy a sneak peek into the early beginnings of Video Death Loop as we try to figure out what this show is and what it would become the only way we know how: With the Highlander TV Theme. Crank it up!
We’ll back back with a brand new episode next week!
Have you ever wanted the same movie again, but this time in a bigger area? Then, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York has what you need! Chris Columbus and John Hughes conspire together to make more money by repeating all the beats of the first movie, but in a slighly remixed manner. Come reminisce about hijinks of pre-9/11 air travel and the incredible invulnerability of the Wet/Sticky/??? Bandits!
This is a very special LIVE episode, hosted simultaneously both by Aaron Littleton and John Hurst! Joining them as special victims are Shane Rhyne (@shanerhyne) and Tyler Sonnichsen (@tylersonic) Shane learned quite a bit about Home Alone 2 and Tyler knew disturbingly too much! Also: comments from random audience bystanders Jeff Blank and Todd Lewis! This episode was recorded at The Pilot Light in Knoxville, TN on December 19, 2016 in front of a looped live audience.
Special Keytar Intro played by Aaron Littleton (w/ real keytar!)
Now that Virtual Reality can potentially be found in the average consumer’s home, has anyone told you about the dangers of it? Maybe you’ll wake up one day to find out your father (Who conveniently invented VR) has vanished and you’ll need to stumble upon his lab. Maybe you’ll be forced to fight alongside your friends from two different TV shows in order to make explosions happen on the screen and thus the television audience happy. Maybe you’ll even have a dog for a companion that gets into trouble! And a Sea Captain?!T hat’s what VR Troopers is all about apparently! It’s now your life. Enjoy the free bags of popcorn!
John Hurst hosts this week and yells at his computer as the elevator pitch for the original show tries to become too real on us. Aaron Littleton co-hosts and is making sketchy dealings in the parking lot.
If you are in the Knoxville, TN area, Video Death Loop will be doing its first LIVE episode next Monday, courtesy of our friends over at Friendlytown! Starting at 7:30 over at The Pilot Light, you will be getting a heaping dose (The only kind of dosage given out at public events) of comedy in Christmas Form, followed by a live recording of a Christmas-themed VDL with special victims! Check out the Facebook Event for more info and make sure to check out their recently launched podcast as well!
Where were you when KISS took off their makeup? You may not have even been born yet and thus it doesn’t affect you that much. That’s okay! But just like in the history books, we all have to learn about the deadly repercussions of our actions or else we are doomed to repeat them. Such is the case with KISS in the 80s, when they thought they could make more money but being visually less interesting. Let’s expore the world of “Lick It Up”! Learn about the terrible ripple effects that it had on our society as a whole and also how the squeeze bottle industry came into existence!
John Hurst hosts this week and thinks “Love Gun” is a much more preferable song than whatever we’re listening to here. Aaron Littleton co-hosts and is bringing disco back with in style!