Todd and Falk talk about the experience of attending movies at the theater. For an hour. Enjoy. Hope this makes up for the fact that we forgot to do a podcast in February. Do you people even really care? You don’t. If you did, you would send us money.
Yes, it’s another Bacon episode. Yes, we’re talking about Todd again. Cut us some slack, we’ve been working and Falk’s been stuck in NY without power. Although, Todd usually has pretty good stories about shows he’s worked on, so this isn’t so bad.
Once more, unto The Bacon, dear friends! Still flying in missing Pig formation, this episode of the Film Pigs Podcast focuses on Todd Robert Anderson’s terrible mental illness: his obsession with collecting DVDs and Blu-rays. Sequestered in a room lined with shelves of plastic discs, Skelton pulls 12 random movies and demands Todd explain himself before it’s too late. It’s kind of like Intervention, but very lazy and nothing is really accomplished.
This is truly an epic episode of The Bacon on The Film Pigs Podcast. It took Todd nearly 20 minutes to conceive of this ultimate showdown. And the nice thing is, we recorded this episode in his office, where there was a multitude of DVDs to reference for accuracy. Which we did once, because we are lazy and don’t like to reach for things on high shelves.
On another very exclusive episode of The Bacon, Film Pigs Todd Robert Anderson and Stephen Skelton discuss their very favorite movie robots. Everything from Star Wars to Silent Running, from Hardware to Saturn 3, from Runaway to some other movie with really dumb low-budget robots, is covered. Plus, the never-before revealed reason as to why fellow Film Pig Stephen Falk drove cross-country to New York from Los Angeles instead of flying!
Despondent over losing one of their own to the metropolis called New York City (in the movies, Metropolis), the Film Pigs scramble for a comforting subject in the form of Indiana Jones. This podcast is an episode of The Bacon, where the Pigs delve deep into a single subject, talk it straight into the ground, and then keep talking some more. With special guest Hilary Anderson and music by Adam Blau.