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This is my personal podcast channel, focused on whatever I'm inspired to talk about on any given day. I'm a husband, father of 7, and a local business owner in my community. I'm a combat veteran and I have thoughts and opinions about life. I also have lofty goals for my life. The focus of this show is to process all of this and share openly what I'm learning, and how I'm growing. Enjoy the show! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadershipontap/support
 
A podcast featuring science fiction stories with sound effects. The speculative fiction featured in this scifi podcast will be the kind that taps into your imagination and takes you to new and intriguing places. I see this science fiction podcast as a way for people to blow each other's minds. For you, this starts today. Enjoy and share!
 
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Nonsensical class politics, machine gun bows, and plot contrivances, oh my! Shaun Duke, Becca Evans, and Alex Acks join forces to tackle Robin Hood (2018). This particular film is all Becca’s fault. She chose it. She made us and some of our Patreon supporters watch it (possibly against their will). And now here we are discussing it. Together, we ta…
 
Swiss cheese brain, questionable histories, and Al’s escapades, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Iori Kusano join forces for the first ever episode of the newly named subshow, The Eyecatch! In this episode, our intrepid crew of anime misfits explores the first 12 episodes of Macross 7. Together, they discuss the show’s cast, its weird treatm…
 
Eugenicist werewolves, ridiculous Americans, and wolf nips, oh my! Shaun Duke, Becca Evans, and Julia Rios join forces to tackle An American Werewolf in Paris (1999). Together, they discuss why the film seems to hate Americans and the French so much, whether werewolves should have nipples, how best to get out of a cage, and much more! Thanks for li…
 
Jazzmatazz, New Orleans, and haints, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien are joined by the incredible Alex Jennings to discuss his new book, The Ballad of Perilous Graves, out now from Redhook. Together, they discuss the book’s origins, the wondrous power of New Orleans, handling writing when you have lived in many places, and so much more! Thank…
 
Space vacuums, mega grief, and pheromones, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien join voices to discuss the 4th season of Star Trek: Discovery. Together, they tackle the show’s Big Plot, what we think of its treatment of an ensemble cast, the meanings of grief and love, and so much more! Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoy the episode! Show Not…
 
Razor teeth, strange babies, and arks, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Trish E. Matson join forces to discuss Zin E. Rocklyn’s Flowers for the Sea. Together, they discuss the book’s approach to the horrific, pregnancy, and prejudice, what we should make of its central themes, and why babies are sometimes a little creepy…and much more! Thank…
 
Armor, uniforms, and superheroes, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien are joined by cosplay enthusiast and historian Andrew Liptak to discuss his new book, Cosplay: A History (out now). Together, they talk about the task of putting together a history spanning over a century, the value and wonder of cosplay, some strange facts we didn’t know, and …
 
Faustian bargains, broken families, and murder mysteries, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien join forces to discuss The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey, adapted from a book by Walter Mosley. Together, they explore the film’s treatment of family and crime, the racial dynamics of medicine, what money means, the world’s view of the elderly, and much more…
 
Shag carpet, population control, and shrew lactation, oh my! Shaun Duke, Alex Acks, and Becca Evans join forces to tackle The Killer Shrews (1959). Together, they discuss the anatomy of shrews, explore the film’s understanding of boats, determine who was the biggest dick, and examine the structure of a charming bad movie — plus much more! Thanks fo…
 
Computer buddies, bad nukes, and scientist espionage, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Paul Weimer join forces to discuss Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970). Together, they explore the film’s interpretation of AI gone bad, its treatment of the cold war, whether Colossus is in love with Forbin, the bizarre politics of 1970s science fiction, …
 
Slices of life, tamarind, and unexpected familiar guests, oh my! Shaun Duke and David Annandale wander to another part of the world to talk about Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (2010; Loong Boonmee raleuk chat). Together, they explore the film’s themes of death and life, what it’s like to be […]…
 
Swiss cheese brain, questionable histories, and Al’s escapades, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Paul Weimer join forces w/ special guest Marshall Ryan Maresca for an in-depth discussion of the first season of Quantum Leap, a true classic of science fiction television. Together, they explore Scott Bakula’s star power, the show’s approach to …
 
Tom Selleck, missile guns, and delayed gratification robots, oh my! Shaun Duke and Becca Evans join forces to tackle Runaway (1984), a film selected based on a poll put together by longtime listener, Jeff Xilon. Thanks a lot, Jeff… Together, Shaun and Becca tackles the film’s strange production history, why Gene Simmons is so weird, […]…
 
Tethered souls, murderous Santa Cruz, and fire!!!, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Paul Weimer join forces to Jordan Peele’s Us (2019). Together, they explore the film’s historical references, its treatment of class politics and horror tropes, what it’s like to be a crawdaddy, and so much more! Thanks for listening. We hope you […]…
 
Deathly fungi, questionable parents, and confused demons, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien join forces to discuss Netflix’s new German film, Das Privileg Die Auserwählten (The Privilege). Together, they explore the film’s exploration of themes of teen life, demon possession, and more, its treatment of teen sexuality, what it means to be infect…
 
Mammary aliens, incomprehensible plots, and assassassinauts, oh my! Shaun Duke and Alex Acks are forced to bring back Jen Zink for a listener-selected episode of Torture Cinema. Thanks to Kathryn, we watched Assassinaut (2019). Together, our intrepid crew tries to make sense of the film’s plot, explores what it means to have many layers of […]…
 
Flying whales, cyberstalking, and the metaverse, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Iori Kusano team up to discuss 2021’s Belle (Ryû to sobakasu no hime), a new film by Mamoru Hosoda. Together, they explore the film’s treatment of Internet culture, visual metaphors both topical and literary, Hosoda’s narrative choices, and so much more. TW: [……
 
Librarian spies, meet cutes, and train Nazis, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien are joined by the incredible heist magician Michi Trota for a live discussion at Capricon 42 on Leverage: Redemption (especially the second half of the season). Together, they talk about the season’s treatment of social issues, what it means to be […]…
 
Tin cans, quirky locals, and goblins, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Iori Kusano turn their attention to the high paranormal documentary, Hellier, with absolutely no promises about there being goblins in the episode. Together, they consider Hellier‘s production and approach to narrative, the limitations and power of personal narratives in …
 
Confused Cage, adorable kids, and Don Cheadle, oh my! Shaun Duke, Alex Acks, and Becca Evans collect themselves for the final Torture Cinema episode of the year — the annual holiday special! This time, our Patreon supporters chose The Family Man. Together, our crew explore the bizarre timeline, what it means to be bashed with […]…
 
Terrible fathers, mecha trauma, and the anti-universe, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Iori Kusano take a deep dive into the definitely last ever piece of Evangelion film! Together, they discussion 3.0+1.0‘s treatment of trauma and parenthood, its impact on the franchise as a whole, the legacy of Evangelion, and so much more! Thanks […]…
 
Killer bops, Michael Caine, and Muppets, oh my! Shaun Duke, Brandon O’Brien, and Mike Underwood bring on some holiday cheer with a joyful conversation about a classic: The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992). Together, they explore the film’s themes of redemption and wealth, what it’s like to live in a world of puppets, some apocryphal Muppet […]…
 
Manipulated memory, cults, and monstrous friends, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien join forces for a brand new interview with Cadwell Turnbull! Together, they explore Cadwell’s approach to the monstrous, the inspiration for the novel’s major events, the meaning of cultural memory, and so much more! Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoy the […
 
Human facemasks, turkey sex, and charming sheriffs, oh my! Shaun Duke and Alex Acks join forces to discuss our first ever Thanksgiving-related movie, ThanksKilling! Together, they try to understand the film’s approach to horror comedy, reflect on what it’s like to wear a human facemask, analyze the meaning of a killer turkey, and so much […]…
 
Butt flaps, spider sphincters, and Ron Jeremy’s dad, oh my! Shaun Duke and Tonia Ransom join forces to make sense of the 1975 monster bonanza, The Giant Spider Invasion! Together, they talk about the film’s confusing family dynamic, how blood splatter actually works, the objectification of actresses, and even Ron Jeremy’s theoretical dad! Thanks fo…
 
80s politics, weird story choices, and Wolverines!!!, oh my! Shaun Duke, Alex Acks, and Paul Weimer join forces to discuss 1984’s most memorable jingoistic nuclear war film, Red Dawn. Together, they discuss the film’s history and impact, just what it takes to be a Wolverine, what the 80s were like, and so much more! Thanks […]…
 
Dark secrets, weird Nazi parties, and confusing everything, oh my! Shaun Duke and Brandon O’Brien try to make sense of Netflix’s latest horror film, There’s Someone Inside Your House (2021). Together, they discuss the movie’s plot, its treatment of identity, what we’re supposed to get from this killer, and so much more! Thanks for listening. […]…
 
Questionable teachers, fascist ideologies, and male pests, oh my! Shaun Duke and David Annandale turn their attentions to The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969)! Together, they work to make sense of the film’s treatment of fascist ideology, its intentionally horrific portrayal of education, and so much more! Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoy [……
 
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