Three rude boys ruin pop culture through dumb questions. Ever wanted to know the answer to what would make better hands than scissor hands for Edward Scissorhands? Of course not! But we'll tell you. Somehow this podcast is a world-wide phenomenon.
Thumb Cramps is a video game review podcast where three useless but informed gamers review AAA, indie, and retro games for those who are time poor, bad at video games, or just plain impatient. New episode every Friday
Join Ruby and Jack for a road trip around this great-southern-sunburnt-lucky-down-under-land we call Straya! We’re here for your fortnightly dose of uninformed advice, obscure Australian references, and bogan couture. This winnebago is packed full of nostalgia, hop in girls!
In 1977 Marvel attempted to answer the important questions with their What If…? line of comics. They Failed. Now in the year of 2021 the Plumbing Boys have picked up the slack and dared to ask once again: What if?
How Good’s Footy? is a weekly AFL podcast where we ask the most important sporting question of all: Just how good is footy? Each week we explore the high and low-lights of this majestic game and do our best to explain the intricate rules and unusual terminology to the uninitiated.
The show where George Dimarelos asks a new guest each week “What’s your story and what does it say about you?” This isn’t about the book, it’s about the guest and what their choice says about who they are, where they came from and what they’re like.
Serious Issues is a weekly comic book podcast reviewing all the latest issues from DC, Marvel, Image, Archie, Dark Horse and more. Hosted by Andrew Levins and Siobhan Coombs for Kings Comics in Sydney.
F*ck off and die is a crude cosmic hug for anyone going through heart break. It's based on a book that helps people through the fucked up first month of a break up. Hosted by author Sarah Robinson and illustrator Jade Foo.
All The S**t I’ve Learned Abroad is an international travel podcast with production spanning the globe. Canadian hosts Steph Paige and Andrea Gillis record remotely between Melbourne, Australia and London, England to bring listeners lessons learned through decades of travelling. Together, the pair have visited almost every exotic location in the world… and some not so exotic. With only the most extreme destinations left unexplored, not by choice, the duo have a wealth of firsthand knowledge to share.
Join Posh (Phillip Lee Curtis) and Fab (Adam Richard), aka The Elusive Sham Two, each week as they cover every single chapter of the soon to be best selling book of all time, Mariah Carey’s Memoir; The Meaning of Mariah Carey. *whistle tone*
Zammit spent his youth reading comic books and wishes to impart his knowledge of the Summer’s family tree, a man with two giant maggot’s for a stomach and much, much more to his protege Cass. New episodes irregularly.
Free episode - #1 Age of Apocalypse Pt 1 - Legion's Quest
An actual play podcast set in Ogg Nott, a world full of mystery and intrigue - if only the players knew it was ending. Listen as our heroes delve deep into adventure, with each season bringing a new story, new characters, and new threats to face. New listeners can start at any season, but veteran listeners will find themselves following a greater story, set over centuries.
In the spring of 2016 we unearthed the long forgotten 1986 Tabletop RPG that is Dinosaur Park and decided to have a quick game. In the following months we were able to track down the rare and much beloved sequel, Dinosaur World: The Post-Apocalyptic RPG for Ages 10 and up and once again have a quick game. Finally, it wasn't until late 2017 that we were able to seek out Dinosaur Universe: The 2001 Space Simulator and once more again have a quick game.
A love letter to 80’s movies like Monster Squad and the Goonies, Tales from Handel Creek: My Summer With Ankhotep is a five part role playing adventure written by Jackson Baly and starring Cass Paige and Tom Reed about a small town, an unlikely group of friends, and the mummy they have all sworn to protect no matter the cost.
We play too much D&D. Here you’ll find all the bonus campaigns that aren’t on the regular feed. Includes Merchant of Grapebirth volumes 1-3, D&D is for Dad with Jackson's Dad, The Message and Wet Parents with Tom Walker and Demi Lardner.
D&D thinks it’s better than us but we’re here to tell you that it is not. Three most handsome and talented boys make their way through classic campaigns in a no holds barred grudge match. A weekly show in seasons.
Love the story but hate patience? Want to sprint to the end leaving the worthless peasants in the mud? Now you can binge listen to the whole campaign as each new season comes out and lord it over your lesser equals.
What if we told you that everything you know about the world is wrong? Reality is not what you think it is. It is so much more complicated, fascinating, and above all, terrifying. We are at the fringes of the map and there's more than just dragons. Join us in a tale of unspeakable horror set in the remote wilderness of Canada.
Free episode - The Spirit Of Lonely Places Chapter One
What if we told you that everything you know about the world is wrong? Reality is not what you think it is. It is so much more complicated, fascinating, and above all, terrifying. We are at the fringes of the map and there's more than just dragons. Join us in a tale of unspeakable horror set in rural small town Australia.
What if we told you that everything you know about the world is wrong? Reality is not what you think it is. It is so much more complicated, fascinating, and above all, terrifying. We are at the fringes of the map and there's more than just dragons. Join us in a tale of unspeakable horror set during the Vietnam War.
Every week, we take a look at a weird piece of animation history! Whether that's a kids cartoon based on an R rated action movie or an ill-conceived reboot, we're gonna break it down. I'm here if you need to talk!
Baly Family Circus is a fortnightly familial advice column. We answer questions from the terribly mundane to the deeply philosophical. If you want to know if you own a ball that has been accidentally thrown onto your roof, or what happens after death, then send your questions our way; firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s free advice from four family members doing their very best to figure it out so you don’t have to.
A limited mini-series event about the batshit movie based on the demented Broadway musical based on a book of awful poems, CATS. Every week, hosts Cameron James (Total Reboot, Finding Drago) and Ben Ellwood (Oink Time) are joined by a new guest, whom they force to watch the movie musical CATS, and then try to explain exactly what the hell it’s about.
A fictional sci-fi/comedy about a girl named Margaret, who after a bad break-up moves to the Australian colony on Mars hoping for a fresh start. Upon arrival she quickly realises that Mars isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. The air’s a bit thin, the water’s a bit dry and the only food is potato. But with no desire to head home, Margaret makes the most of a bad situation gaining a job as the Chief Advisor for the highly inept Mayor of Mars. Written and Created by Michelle Brasier and Sam Lingham. Starring Michelle Brasier, Tim Lancaster, Vince Milesi, Ben Russell and Mish Wittrup. Edited by Sam Lingham. Music and Mixing by Tom Armstrong and Tom Backhaus. Artwork by Anneliese Nappa
Mike Check is the only intensive Mike Myers themed podcast on the web, baby! Hosted by comedians Cameron James & Alexei Toliopoulos of The Blank Slate Movie Podcast. Each episode breaks down Mike's filmography in a very shagadelic way.
A comedy fan fiction podcast, where top comedians read out their original fan fiction. Expect sexy tales of Harry Potter! Weird Star Wars spin-offs! Rock ballads about Star Trek! And improved endings for Game of Thrones! But also none of these things! A niche podcast for anyone who has ever cared way too much about anything. Hosted by Ellen Waddell.
The Mitchen is a food podcast recorded at The Projects in Sydney. Hosted by food writer/DJ Andrew Levins and chef Mitch Orr (ACME), each week they invite their mates from the food world over to discuss and make jokes about any recent big announcements in food and dining.
Everything you never wanted to know about our people, and all the things you are too terrified to ask. Scott Brennan, Adam Richard and Toby Sullivan present a putrid podcast. Frequent coarse language, frank discussion of explicit sexuality, and an outrageous amount of insane laughter.