Digital Noise Episode 109: Don’t Drink The Lava Lite


Brian and Johnny Neill meet once again in the den of geek iniquity to discuss an incredibly odd assortment of titles. They fritter away their time with Adaline, they head to the beach with Brian Wilson, and get kicked in the head by Marko Zaror!

They also ponder all the wrong turns Danny Glover, Vinnie Jones, and Sean Astin have made in their careers and why anyone would want to buy a cursed dilapidated Scottish farm house. Top it off with a giveaway of breakout SxSW hit Love & Mercy and you’ve got yourself some Digital Noise worth cranking up!


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13 thoughts on “Digital Noise Episode 109: Don’t Drink The Lava Lite”

    1. It’s like Vampirism is never explored for all it could deliver on television. It would be a great metaphor for dysfunctional codependence!

  1. Another Brian and Johnny Neil episode? Umm…yes, please!

    I don’t say this to knock the other reviewers on Digital Noise (because they do good work) but you two are my favorites because it really sounds like you’re having fun and playing off each other.

    Your episodes are always ones to look forward to.

    1. Wow! What a nice thing to say! Thank you. We DO have a good time recording, and I am glad to hear that it comes through on the shows.

      1. Thank YOU! You two have an awesome chemistry so when I see your names on an episode, I have to get to them immediately. Keep up the amazing work because even with crappy titles like Morituris, we at least get an interesting discussion.

  2. I was wondering if anyone was going to get around to Age of Adaline. Personally, I couldn’t stand the film due to the narration, ridiculousness of the immortality, and the romance. The way Ellis kicks off the relationship feels way more creepy than sweet most of the time, especially when he finally gets around to dating her. And the movie would make all these chintzy comparisons to the 20s/30s/40s all the time. You guys are right about all the performances though, especially with Lively and Ford. They really do need to get that Anthony Ingruber guy in that upcoming Star Wars movie.

    1. Hi Scott. As per our review, we had the same problems with it you had, and yet the actors were able to save the movie. Actors get blamed for movies suck g all the time, when they were not the problem, so it was nice to see the opposite play out here.

  3. Jean-François Martel

    personally i would love to adapt the Renny Harlin movie The Covenant. Don’t get me wrong the movie is trash (and i love it) but it could make a good concept for a series.

  4. Jean-François Martel

    oh my god! i would love Cabin in the Woods. and each season you could go into a different country since they seem to do it all around the world in it.

  5. I don’t care much for cartoons anymore. I am enjoying the weirdness of Pickle and Peanut on Disney XD, but other than that I don’t keep up.

  6. Michael-Orian Bockus

    Ah poor Johnny Neil, I can’t believe you had to watch Morituris. I remember it was making the festival rounds about 4 years ago and all the horror movie websites were just saying how horrible and needlessly misogynistic it was.

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