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Digital Noise: Episode…no, wait, there’s no show this week

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Sorry to disappoint you guys but Digital Noise is taking a week off. Why? Well, so we can bring you our extra awesome 100th episode next week! The gang will all be here giving their opinions on the regular week’s releases but there’s more. Two things, in fact.

ITEM #1: Ask your questions for the guys in the comments. We need questions. Ask ’em.


ITEM #2: What else special should we do? It’s the 100th episode so nothing is necessarily off the table. Put in your input here.

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Born in the wilds of northern Virginia, in 1992 Chris managed to put all of his survival skills to use and barely escaped with his life to Austin Texas, where ever since he’s dabbled in everything from plumber’s assistant to sandwich maker, from band to bar management. An opportunity to see theatrical release films for free, by becoming a critic on a local public access show called “The Reel Deal”, turned into a full time job when Chris and his friends decided to take it to the internet. They built the site Spill.com, adding multiple podcasts and animated features, to no small amount of success. During this time, a fortuitous friendship sprung up between Chris and young Brian Salisbury, who was also a local film critic, and they merged their forces of will, and their laundry list of ideas for shows, to eventually build this paradise you see before you.
  • Moviefucker

    Hey so how come u guys never covered the blu-ray release of Guardians of the Galaxy? just out of curiosity.

  • dark knight fan

    Do you guys think we need a reboot of Star Wars prequel trilogy, after the sequel trilogy is over?

  • dark knight fan

    Hey guys, what is you most overrated movie hero? For me it’s Frodo from Lord of the Rings.

  • dark knight fan

    Hey guys who do you is the best Bond Girl?

  • Black Gendo

    Out of all of the subpar video releases you reviewed, which one would you want re-released and what would you want included in that release?

  • Neil Kelly

    To everyone in the room – You have to place one movie you own into a vault in order to maintain it for future generations. (be it for the film’s quality, or even just the bad ass cover art) Which would it be?

  • Michael Giustini

    Why do you guys think it’s so hard to make a good Epic Fantasy film that’s not LOTR? And why do you think there aren’t more movies being made of that genre considering the popularity of Game of Thrones? Is it still too much of a niche genre?

  • Theta Webseries

    With studios desperate to compete with Marvel’s cinematic universe, which property whether it be books, comics, or TV do you think could lend itself to a movie universe with complementary stories and a long term plan?

  • RingedWithTile

    Who is the most famous/highly praised filmmaker you haven’t seen a single movie from?

  • Tristan Milner

    With Digital Noise hitting it’s 100th episode and MLP hitting it’s 100th episode just a few weeks back I must ask: Which tv show do you wish could have made it to 100 episodes aside from Young Justice and Firefly?

  • Darkman220

    If you were a Bond Villain what would your name be and what would you use as trap for him?

  • NotBatman

    You should pick your favourite movies in general and you know, reveiw their Blu Rays (good or bad)

  • NotBatman

    Or you guy should pick out the best Scream Factory and Criterion movies that you maybe never reviewed or have

  • shadeybaby

    Wow, hard to believe it’s been this long since Remote Viewing ended and the Digital Noise era began. Congrats, guys! Now for my question: What do you guys think is a good example of a celebrity cameo in a movie and a bad celebrity cameo in a movie? For example, I think the numerous celebrity appearances in Judd Apatow movies take away from the story and just come off as Judd Apatow saying “Hey, look at all my famous friends!”, and when those celebrities stop being relevant anymore, it dates the movie. What do you guys think?

    And a quick plug for my movie review series: Awfully Good Movies, every other Wednesday on the YouTube channel of JoBlo.com! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmhjjXBn7F4

  • OneFunRun

    Cox you tease, can’t wait for the show.

  • OneFunRun

    What has been a movie you guys have found you love by doing this show that you might have over looked in a store or on Netflix?

  • Benediktas Valys

    What would you have done at the end of gone baby gone?

  • Charles Armstrong

    I’ve heard you guys mention before that if people are going to remake movies they should avoid the classics, but can you name a classic that you feel could be remade in a way that could outdo the original?

  • zgamer

    First of all, thank you so much for the work you put into this site. Even though I initially came to One of Us just for this podcast, it has been a treat to experience everything else you guys have offered. Congrats on making it to one hundred episodes and here’s hoping for many more to come. Also, I hope to keep seeing crossovers with the other Spill successor sites, as Chris and Brian have been great guests on the various Rage Select segments.

    My question is what qualities do you think all great critics should have? I know Chris mentioned Roger Ebert as a model for his development as a critic (and everyone else should too!), but what do you think distinguishes people like him or other great critics as someone to pay attention to rather than just a person with an opinion? It really makes the difference for me to read reviews from people I trust rather than just accept an aggregated score as a sign of quality.

    P.S. Just because Beau made it fun to say, ‘ROBOT HEMMINGWAY PUNCH!’

  • birdy the critic

    Are there any mystery or thriller films that you don’t think are good more than once? In my mind, good mystery or thriller films work just as well on re-watch when you know everything that is going to happen. Bad mysteries and thrillers are such that when you get to the final reveal, it doesn’t fit with everything that happened before and it falls apart. But are there any that are fun watches the first time around until you get to the ending and never again afterwards?

  • birdy the critic

    Also how about a game of movie trials? Everyone puts forth a movie that they like but the rest of the group hates or dislikes and you argue the points. Also, if any of you have a top 10 must see recommendations list, those would be fun to hear.

  • Jean-François Martel

    How’s your blood alcohol level like after 100 episodes? Have you thought about growing your own replacement livers?

  • Niko

    What has changed in the past 100 episodes and what have you learned? E.g. Are you more / less mature or wise? 🙂

  • the_nerdologist

    With the addition of Randy Plays Games on the site now, what are your guys’ favorite board games?

  • Neil Kelly

    What are some of the worst examples of a film studio, or director, not understanding what the fans wanted from a sequel or remake?

  • denis Nixon Jarhead.

    Dear group

    Alfred Hitchcock is universally loved as a director. Which of his films do you consider to be awful? I would consider Under Capricorn to be one of the worse films in existence.

  • Whitewizard

    We all know Brian understandably hates it when they kill a dog in a movie, but now the question stands what cliche or stunt do you hate to see a movie throw on the screen?

    Thanks for the time, congrats on the 100th episode and crank up DA NOISE !! 🙂

  • Joe Magaletta

    For me, I know that when I hear that a movie has a twist ending it ruins my viewing experience. Instead of enjoying the movie my brain just tries to guess the twist, and either figures it out or ends up disappointed. My question is, does simply knowing that a film has a twist going into it impact your viewing experience? Thanks for all of the hard work you guys put into this site. Few other websites appreciate their fans as much as you guys, and I know that all of the US are grateful. Here’s to 100 more. Beer!