In this episode of Jump The Shark: John and Will record a replacement episode for the last one which, like our homework, the dog ate. The pair discuss Netflix movies Mute and The Cloverfield Paradox, retro video games and biscuits. All the biscuits.
Episode 2 | Why does that woman have an Alien dildo?
In this episode: Will discovers pop-culture sex toys, gives his opinions on a second viewing of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and reviews Alexander Reynolds’ epic sci-fi novel ‘Pushing Ice’. John and Will respond to feedback and talk Star Wars, Solo, Star Trek and much, much more.
Runtime 1:08 | Explicit | Contains Spoilers | Title Music: Malibu Shark Attack – Malibu Shark Attack
The interview podcast from The Unheard Nerd is back as Will speaks at length with emcee, Brzowski, about his new album Enmityville and his musical influences.
Coming out of Portland, Maine, Brzowski skypes in to talk to Will about his new album, Enmityville. Over the course of an hour the rapper/producer speaks about the topics addressed in the release and his musical influences.
Enmityville is an album that offers a diverse blend of rap, rock and more that refuses to pull punches. Read our full review here and find out more at Brzowski's bandcamp page. Listen to the interview to find out why digital downloads are priced at $777.00.
Ahead of their London show Will catches up with Uncommon Nasa, Duke01 and Furious P (Last Sons)
New York rapper Uncommon Nasa makes his way to British shores for the first time on tour with Last Sons aka Duke01 and Furious P.
In what became dubbed 'Car Interview' Will finds out how the three came to collaborate from opposite sides of the Atlantic. Nasa talks about Mink Swimming Pools, an album released in association with The Unheard Nerd. Duke reveals the origins of his name and Furious P proves integral to the whole process. Find out what each artist has in store.
Find out more at theunheardnerd.com
In October 2013 we interviewed director/photographer Mike Pecci about his Punisher fan film 'The Dead Can't Be Distracted' that Marvel shut down.
With Daredevil season two hitting Netflix today and introducing the character of Frank Castle aka The Punisher to the series we take this opportunity to look back at the interview we held with Mike Pecci about his film, the circumstances that led to it being shut down by Marvel and hear Pecci's, almost prophetic, vision for how The Punisher could be portrayed on-screen in the future.
This fascinating interview with the filmmaker was an exclusive at the time for a story that found space on many pop culture outlets.
Joining your host Will on this episode of the interview podcast from The Unheard Nerd is Sulfur. Known as one half of the Thought Criminals, Sulfur has been concentrating on his solo work and talks about his new album Re:Birth and the comic that accompanies the release.