Shauncastic 17: Thoughts From The Well

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In this episode we take a break and present some awesome outtakes that were far too long to post anywhere else! We cover a variety of topics from Tron and the upcoming movie Thor to more…far more eccentric topics such as where a sailor can go for a good time in the Philippines!

The “Cast” this week is Christina “The Brownie”, “Mr. Wendell” himself: Jeff and Nathan “The Dark Knight”. Don’t forget we’ve joined iTunes! So make sure to subscribe, rate, and leave reviews to help improve our listenership! Email us your thoughts, questions and suggestions for upcoming episodes at stuff@shauncastic.com. Enjoy!

3 comments

  1. Melirune says:

    I am slightly uneasy about this whole Thor movie. On one hand, Thor is my favorite Marvel character, so I’m stoked that they are doing this. On the other hand…. I don’t think I’ve ever really been impressed by a Marvel film.

    I’ve enjoyed bits and pieces of some Marvel films, but as a whole they are pretty terrible. The one that I was most excited for (X-Men: Wolverine) was butchered. B U T C H E R E D. It was good as a movie, but not so much as part of the X-Men franchise.

    As for Thor… this could either turn out to be a great movie, or further rape of my childhood.

    January 9th, 2011 at 12:17 am

  2. Dastari says:

    I didn’t realize that you didn’t like any of the Marvel movies, Meli. I think that there have been a few really good ones – Blade, X-Men 2, Daredevil, and Iron Man. There have also been a larger number of fair ones – Blade 2, X-Men, Spiderman, Spiderman 2, Incredible Hulk (first version), Punisher, Fantastic Four, and Iron Man 2. Then there were some truly awful ones – Blade 3, Elektra, X-Men 3, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Spiderman 3, Fantastic Four 2, and Hulk (new version).

    To me the excellent and fair ones are much larger than the ones that are just truly bad, and most of those were third installments of a franchise that were just made to satisfy a contract rather than because they had a good story.

    I’m leery of Thor because I think it’ll be to hard to pull off especially in this more “realistic” feel that they want the comic book movies to have but we’ll just have to see.

    January 15th, 2011 at 6:44 pm

  3. Melirune says:

    It’s not that I don’t like Marvel films, as there are some great ones (Blade, Punisher: War Zone, X2). It’s just that the majority of them didn’t really impressed me to the point where I said “Hmm, this superhero is pretty badass”.

    January 19th, 2011 at 12:43 am

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