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Our Tokyo Tribe discusses Christmas in Japan and a shared love for the films of Jim Henson.

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Jean-Pierre forgets last night’s dreams, embraces his new life in Makandal’s camp, accepts a challenge from Makandal, and trains for a dangerous mission.

Keep up with SALT, the latest audio drama from the creator of Intergalactic Nemesis!

The Music Men tread enthusiastically into the halls of 80s quirkiness with Camper Van Beethoven’s “Key Lime Pie”.

Hey, somebody likes it, why not you?

This week we discuss the most notorious Killer Santa flick of them all: Silent Night, Deadly Night!

We also round-up all the remaining Killer Santa movies worth checking out.

The Unusual Suspects form the sixth army as they all gang up on the concluding chapter of Peter Jackson’s epic fantasy prequel (?) series.

Do not speak to us of epic fantasy reviews from other websites. Oneofus.net is the one site to rule them all!!

Chris Rock auteurs the crap out of his new film Top Five.

He’s basically playing himself and casting a cynical eye at his own business.

During this holiday season, the denizens of that magical gymnasium tardis discuss the college football playoff rankings, the three Heismen, and who might best JJ Watt for the MVP; delivering the headlines in a rather festive manner.

Add in a rather bitter awards segment and you’ve got one roaring Yule log (Yule log being one of several poop jokes made this week) of a great show!

Richard and Chris go into depth about releases like the new Stanley Kubrick Masterwork Collection, The Legend of Korra Book 3, Star Trek: TNG Season 7, Mr Smith Goes to Washington…hell, we’re all over the place.

We seriously didn’t hate ANYTHING this week, and we deserve some sort of special award or something for that. And you deserve a special award for being a fan of oneofus.net and Digital Noise so our giveaway this week is The Legend of Korra Season 3 set!

Our newest entry in the World of UScast series hails from Hong Kong, China, where things are heating up a bit, freedom-defining wise.

Our erstwhile leader Ross guides his team of smarty-pants in the discussion of this and much more.

Bad Beans Borgman! Incredible Finds! How to Be Funny!

A celebratory Public Axis – our 100th episode – live from the Blind Tiger Comedy Club!

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I’m All Out Of Love #6: Peter Jackson

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Welcome back to “I’m All Out Of Love”, in which I take a pop culture subject (film series, director, actor, television show, etc) and dissect how my ‘love’ of them from early on slowly dwindled and what my current stance on them is. Peter Jackson, in many ways, is the ultimate success story. From his meager beginnings as a nerdy film fan from Continue Reading...
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World of UScast: Wayward Podcast Ep 18: This One’s For Eli

0 Submitted by on Thu, 18 December 2014, 10:01
Thanksgiving (what’s that?) is over and now it’s the Christmas (ugh) season! Sarah and Toshi are back to talk about the holiday spirit in Japan and mostly share their childhood memories and love for… Jim Henson? Note: This episode contains spoilers for The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, The Never Ending Story and The Christmas Toy....
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SALT: Episode Ten – Freedom

0 Submitted by on Wed, 17 December 2014, 16:01
Jean-Pierre Desperois. Born a slave in Haiti in a voodoo ritual with the power to travel through space and time. Now lives in Tunis. Smuggles salt. On payroll: crooked cops and hard-to-manage employees. When local gendarme Michel du Prix tells him about some corpses found in the desert, Jean-Pierre thinks nothing of it. But when the bodies start piling up, Continue Reading...
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Somebody Likes It: Key Lime Pie

1 Submitted by on Wed, 17 December 2014, 12:01
Camper Van Beethoven. Well who the fuck knew? I had heard stuff before, but in my head they had kind of defined the mid-80’s “let’s throw everything at the wall, and fuck it, let’s try and be funny at the same time” ethos I found so spread all over the place during that period of time. But this damn album, Continue Reading...
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Fantastic Crossovers Four The Next X-Men Movie

1 Submitted by on Wed, 17 December 2014, 10:01
Of all the crossover movies that film fans are eagerly anticipating, it’s hard to say that the recently leaked X-Men/Fantastic Four movie is one of them. For those unaware, the massive email leak that has plagued a number of film studios, most notably Sony, revealed a ridiculous amount of information for upcoming projects, including a number of superhero films. One Continue Reading...
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SMARK COUNTRY: Everything But The Kitchen Sink

1 Submitted by on Wed, 17 December 2014, 08:00
I don’t think I’ve been subtle when it comes to my disdain towards the WWE’s ‘gimmick match’ pay-per-views. The thing about Hell in a Cell, Elimination Chamber, Money in the Bank and yes, TLC matches is that they felt more special when they popped up at random. When they are on a time table to appear a specific time every Continue Reading...
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Chameleons of Cinema

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Artistry in transformative make-up doesn’t just refer to the talent of the person applying it. Successful portrayal of a character and use of good make-up effects also relies on the film’s director of photography and in the actor. The actor, who must work underneath feature-altering prosthetics and pounds of goops and goo, has to be able to emote through the Continue Reading...
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The ScreamCast: Death By Antler: The Killer Santa Round-up

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This week we discuss the most notorious Killer Santa flick of them all: Silent Night, Deadly Night! We have words for Anchor Bay regarding their lackluster, lazy blu-ray release and we round-up all the remaining Killer Santa movies worth checking out. The Flick: Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) Director: Charles E. Sellier Jr. Written By: Paul Caimi (story), Michael Hickey Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’

21 Submitted by on Mon, 15 December 2014, 12:01
Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Hobbit, somewhat uncomfortably stretched out into three movies, reaches its conclusion with The Battle of The Five Armies and to honor that, the Unusual Suspects arrived as the sixth army to tackle it. Your lieutenants for this lengthy war are: Diva, Chris, Elliott, JC, Michael and Ed. Do not speak to us of epic fantasy Continue Reading...
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Sony’s Last Hunt

0 Submitted by on Mon, 15 December 2014, 10:01
Anyone who has been following the widespread email leaks from Sony and a number of other studios is well aware of the possible futures of some well-known cinematic properties. Everything from an X-Men/Fantastic Four crossover movie to an animated Spider-Man film directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller has been circulating online. None of the information has been confirmed or Continue Reading...
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