Ben and Dary take on this low budget thriller starring Patrick Wilson and Ellen Page, very spoilery so we recommend you all check out the film before listening, you can contact us on twitter @asiamaniapod and @DaryVafder and let us know your top 3 single location films. Song of the day is "Hard Candy" by The Cruel Sea
Ben and Dary return for some more Dot Points with some chat about what we've been upto (Ben getting belted up at a football function) Dary has seen Suicide Squad and we review the coming of age film Flipped, spoilers ahead contact us on twitter @asiamaniapod @DaryVafder and give us your top 3 romantic films. Song of the day is "Da Doo Ron Ron" by The Crystals
Oh hai listeners, Ben and Dary watch the cult classic The Room which is commonly thought of as "the best worst film ever" what do they think of it? well if you like it hopefully we won't tear you apart, we won't ask about your sex life, we didn't get the promotion, we didn't get breast cancer but one thing for sure is you are our best customer TWITTER @DaryVafder @asiamaniapod
Day 3 with Trey & Jesse concludes with them answering a bunch of questions, it's a fun time. Please check out 80s Revisited Podcast as it's fantastic and has a huge back catalog. Songs of the day are "Long As I Can See The Light" by Creedence Clearwater Revival and "The Pursuit Of Red X" from the soundtrack of Jesse's film by the same name.
Ben is joined again by Trey and Jesse from the 80s Revisited Podcast this time to talk about an old school John Woo flick, if you're into board games then check out some of Jesse's work at 8th Summit Games and also have a look at his film work on the Seidule Films channel on youtube. Song of the day is "I Need Your Love" by Golden Harvest.
Ben is joined by Trey and Jesse from the 80s Revisited Podcast to talk about the Van Damme "classic" street Fighter. Look up 8th Summit games to see the board games Jesse helps create and check out his film work on youtube on the Seidule Films channel. Song of the week is "Can't get you out of my head" by Kylie Minogue.
Tyler from Abstract Japan podcast and Thom from The 80's PictureHouse and Superbrawls podcast return to answer some questions about themselves. TWITTER @asiamaniapod @abstractjapan @ThomDownie @80sPictureHouse @superbrawls
Ben is joined again by Thom from The 80's PictureHouse and Superbrawls podcasts to review a random ass ninja film. TWITTER @asiamaniapod @ThomDownie @80sPictureHouse @superbrawls Song of the week is "Body Shop" by David Powell
Ben and DRB from The Renaissance Men podcast review Studio Ghibli's most recent and hopefully not last film TWITTER @asiamaniapod @davidbridge1985 Song of the week is "Fine On The Outside" by Priscilla Ahn
Ben is joined again by Mijmeister this time to review Thirst, Mij can also be found on The Renaissance Men & Gameburst podcasts and at www.thedigitalfix.com TWITTER @asiamaniapod @mijmeister song of the day is "Vampire Blues" by Neil Young
The month of podcasts kicks off with James "The Mijmeister" Perkins joining Ben to review The Assassin, Check outs Mij's other work on The Renaissance Men & Gameburst podcasts and www.thedigitalfix.com. TWITTER @asiamaniapod @mijmeister Song of the day is "I Assassin" by The Cult
Ben and Freddy have a look at what happens when Jackie Chan and Jet Li finally star in a film together in The Forbidden Kingdom, some other things talked about are: The Fly, Elysium, Richie Rich, Hands Of Death, The Corrupter, Source Code. Freddy gives the low down on what the difference between all the "Tales Of" video games. Song of the week is "Dazed and Confused" by Led Zeppelin, tweet us @asiamaniapod. For all of August there will be a new episode released everyday so tell a friend and make sure you keep those iTunes subscriptions ACTIVE
Ben and Ray have an album to review and it is TERRIBLE, other things on the show are: Angry Birds, Sky High, Bridge to Terabithia, Kuromukuro, Voltron, Rush Hour, Rock of Ages, The Marauders, Hard Candy, The Last Ship. TNA The Final Deletion! song of the week is "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" by Samantha Fox because the featured album was so bad we didn't want to play any more from it.
The Asiamania crew will be going on a hiatus. There's still 19 new episodes due to come out in the meantime so we will return after that. Thank you to each and everyone of you for listening and your support over the last 2 and a half years this podcast has become something I'm very proud of but right now I need to have a break, hope you all understand - Ben
It's been a long time coming but Ben and Freddy finally watch the massive disappointment of a sequel that is Battle Royale 2, also on the show is chat about UnReal, The Girlfriend Experience, The Resurrection of Jake Roberts, Assault on Precint 13, Life Force, The Crippled Avengers, WWE Money in the Bank, there's a quiz and much more. Song of the week is "Afraid to be Cool" by Miyavi. @asiamaniapod
Ben joins forces with Tyler from the Abstract Japan podcast to bring you 10 songs from all over Asia, hope you enjoy the songs we found (the 1st track is a bit growly though) Ben will be on a future episode of Abstract Japan to do this again. The set list is as follows: Cave Have Rod "Buying Vegetable" (China) Brownman Revival “Hitik sa Bunga” (Phillipines) Chaweewan Dumnern “Lam Toey Chaweewan” (Thailand) Sudirman Arshad “Salam terakhir” (Malaysia) ShiGGa Shay “Limpeh” ft Tosh Rock (Singapore) Huong Lan “Lang Toi” (Vietnam) Caress “Cerita Kita” (Indonesia)
Ben and Ray with another music show, Ray finally figured out how to make a decent song lyric quiz, other stuff happens on this episode but I don't have the notes anymore. Ben was on episode 53 of 60 Minutes With Podcast so please download and subscribe to that too. Next weeks episode is a music show with Tyler from the AbstractJapan Podcast. @asiamaniapod
Ben and Freddy review the all time classic anime "My Neighbor Totoro" some other things covered are The Ranch, 7 Boxes, Daisy: A Hen In The Wild, The Abyss, Ben watches the Back to the Future trilogy, Song of the week is the end credits song from My Neighbor Totoro.
Ben and Ray have a music format show, some things on this episode are The Voices, Collateral, Tied, The Game, Blade, The Avenging Eagle, Uncharted 4, Zombi. song of the week "KEY" from the featured album. this episode was recorded and edited weeks ago so can't remember what else was on it, cheers
At long last we return with another Dot Points show, blame Dary for the delay. Spoilers ahead as usual so the time stamps for each section are as follows: Argo 15:06, the 1st 5 episodes of Game of Thrones season 6 27:23, Breaking Bad's ending 34:21, 12 Years A Slave 40:54 and The Departed 57:16. Song of the week is "Gimme Shelter" by The Rolling Stones. tweet us @asiamaniapod @DaryVafder
A returning guest already? Yes, Chris Lacey from Superbrawls podcast brings some more Asian tunes to the show for us to review, some of the other things we touch on are films: Spawn, Man From Reno, X-Men Apocalypse, 13:Game Of Death, Samurai Cop 2, Ant-Man. Games: Tabletop Racing, Batman Arkham Knight, Sleeping Dogs. Wrestling: WWE Extreme Rules. Songs of the week are "Maximum The Hormone" THEN "Koi No Sperm" from the featured album. the intro music can be found at soundcloud.com/tylerabstract find us on twitter @asiamaniapod @lacey555666
Ben and Freddy review Clint Eastwood's Letters From Iwo Jima, some of the things covered are Andy Lau's Shaolin, La Femme Nikita, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Dragonblade, The Protector, The Raid 2, Ben revisits Sleeping Dogs and much more. We go over our top 10 movies we've reviewed on the podcast and the quiz continues to roll on. Song of the week is "Civil War" by Guns N' Roses and then "Alice's Restaurant" by Arlo Guthrie following the post show chat. If you have a podcast and want us to play a promo for you then send it in. tweet us @asiamaniapod and don't forget to check out Tyler's tunes at soundcloud.com/tylerabstract
Ben and Ray have some Korean rock music to review as well as talking about WWE Payback we also talk about Oscar winning short films The Accountant and The Phone Call, Ben revisits Avatar to see if it is actually any good, Asian films watched are The Storm Warriors, Tokyo Godfathers, Sister Street Fighter, Jet Li's The One with a very Nu Metal soundtrack.
This week James "Mijmeister" Perkins from the Gameburst podcast contributer to the Renaissancemen podcast and writer for thedigitalfix.com joins Ben to review the Korean horror film A Tale Of Two Sisters, this somehow ended up being the longest ever episode of Asiamania so there's a fair bit covered including Jackie Chan's Fantasy Mission Force, horror film Hush, the new Jungle Book, Hardcore Henry and much much more including tangenting off into general horror films and jizzing ourselves over 10 Cloverfield Lane (there is a spoilers from 1:37:20 - 1:42:38) song of the week is "Ballad Of Dwight Fry" by Alice Cooper, yeah it's a strange song pick but goes well with the featured movie. You can tweet us @asiamaniapod @mijmeister
This week we have Chris Gilloch from The Pixelated Photographer Podcast and formerly of Sanctuary4gamers podcast make his 3rd appearance on the show. This time however the normal format has been thrown out and it's just us talking about Chris' life in Tokyo plus a few side topics and a quiz. I hope you all enjoy this episode as I had a great time recording it - Ben. tweet us @asiamaniapod @crazyfruitbat
Well the whole gang is here (for real this time) the episode starts with a phone call to test the recording quality which turned into Ben asking Dary all the questions we recieved and then she joins the rest of the crew via phone again later on. There is only a little bit of news, tv/movies, gaming and wrestling discussed before jumping into our Q&A. A huge thank you to everyone that sent questions, has messaged us, reviewed and said kind things to us, we love you all. Next weeks episode sees the return of Chris Gilloch from the pixelated photoghraphy podcast to have a good old chat with Ben and then the following week has Mijmeister from the Gameburst podcast to review the Korean horror film A Tale Of Two Sisters. Thank you Chris for our new artwork too, tweet us @asiamaniapod @DaryVafder
Episode 100 is finally here, The upcoming schedule is explained during the intro but this episode has David Bridge from The Renaissance Men Podcast joining Ben to review an American rap album telling the story of Final Fantasy 7, Some other things covered are Studio Ghibli's masterpiece Grave of the Fireflies, Axl Rose joining AC/DC, the Spanish film Marshland, Batman V Superman and much more. Song of the week is "Absolute" from the featured album, intro music is from soundcloud.com/tylerabstract, our twitters are @asiamaniapod @davidbridge1985 find DRB's music at davidrobertbridge.bandcamp.com
It's that time of year again where we go balls deep into wrestling talk, joining Ben for the 3rd WrestleMania in a row is Thom from The 80's PictureHouse and Superbrawls podcasts and this time his co host Chris from Superbrawls joins in for this 3 way dance Podcast team up supershow!!! EXCLUSIVE to this episode is NXT: Takeover Dallas, Superbrawls will have the Raw after Mania review EXCLUSIVELY over there so you will need to download both podcasts to get the full show and to see how creative our different editing styles are. We both cover WrestleMania and the Hall of Fame and Thom tells us his live experiences in Dallas drinking with "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash and having a BBQ with Terry Funk. This is probably my favorite episode I've ever recorded and hope you all enjoy it, and ca'nt wait to do it again next year. Follow @SuperBrawls @ThomDownie @lacey555666 @asiamaniapod and give our respective facebook pages a like. Song of the week is The Fabulous Freebirds theme "Bad Street USA"
Ben and Freddy review the all time classic Enter The Dragon, some other things on this episode are the martial arts film Hero (not the Jet Li one) The Mask, Flags of our Fathers (the companion movie Letters from Iwo Jima will be reviewed on an upcoming episode) Natural Born Killers, Fievel Goes West, Replacement Killers and more. Song of the week is "Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Douglas. Hope you had a great April Fools.
Ben and Ray are back for another show, on this episode Ray tells us about his new job, Ben watches The Town, Expelled From Paradise, Kumiko The Treasure Hunter, Hara Kiri: Death Of A Samurai. Ray watches Penn And Tellar, 11:22:63, Hard Boiled and he finishes of Twin Peaks plus Fire Walk With Me. Ray has a 10 question Evil Dead quiz for Ben. Song of the week is "B-Boy" from the featured album, for more of the intro music go to soundcloud.com/tylerabstract. We hope you all enjoy the show and if you give us an iTunes review we will love you long time.
Ben is joined by Tina @spankeespangler from 60minuteswith Podcast and she picks the Donnie Yen film "Kung Fu Killer" to review, some of the other things on this episode are Spider-Man reveal in Civil War, We Are X trailer, Sanjuro, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl, Hunger Games 4, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, House of Cards, Lukes Kingdom and more. Song of the week is "Oriental Foul King" by Asian Chairshot
Ben is joined by Tyler from the AbstractJapan Podcast and brings his eclectic choice of music to Asiamania with his album choice of "Differance" by Korean trio JAMBINAI. Also on this episode Mel Gibson's The Beaver, Interstellar (again) 3 music documentaries, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2. A little gaming, even less wrestling chat but Tyler botches a wrestlers name and of course we have the song lyric quiz. Please follow Tyler @abstractjapan and check out his podcast and also give his original music a listen on soundcloud.com/tylerabstract a little is included at the very beginning of this episode and will be on all future shows during the pre intro. See you next time and stay free.
Ben is Joined by Chris Lacey from the Superbrawls Podcast and brings a metalcore screamy album to review by Indonesian band Burgerkill, how will Ben handle this one? Some other things on this episode: Ben re watches the Japanese bloodfest Why Don't You Play In Hell? then follows it up with Nanking, A documentary about the real life bloodfest when Japan invaded China during WW2 and killed 200,000 people and raped over 20,000 women.On a lighter note we also watched Fuller House, Best in Show, The Dictator, Elementary, Batman:The Animated Series. Some games are Driveclub, Uncharted, EA UFC plus plenty more. Song of the week is "My Worst Enemy" from the featured album. twitter @asiamaniapod, follow Chris @lacey555666 and @superbrawls and listen to SuperBrawls too.
Ben and Dary have the Valentines special but it's a bit late (blame her) the movies we watched were People Places Things (9:50) starring Jemaine Clement, Drinking Buddies (19:53) starring Olivia Wilde, Deadpool (28:54) and after that we have a couple of bonus movies. Song of the week is "Used To Love Her" by Guns n' Roses, there's extra content after the song so stick around for that. twitter @asiamaniapod @DaryVafder
Unfortunately I couldn't get a show together this week but the kind folk at The Renaissance Men Podcast were nice enough to allow me to upload the Mass Effect special I guested on back in June 2015 with DRB and fellow guest Katie from Lapsed Gamer Radio Podcast, Make sure to give their shows a listen, like on facebook and follow on twitter @renaissancepod @katieee120 @DavidBridge1985 Thanks guys - Ben
A day late but not a dollar short, Ben and Ray review some K-Pop, Fargo season 2 (spoilers 1:03:07 until 1:25:39) and the original movie plus Asian films: Kundo, Hide And Seek, Little Big Soldier plus some other random non Asian things. We also introduce our brand new original segment that The 80's PictureHouse might try to steal. And Ben gets a bit drunk, hope you all enjoy the show.