Top 5 Stabbings

Anderson and Bryan take a shot at the TOP 5 STABBINGS. They discuss the scenes involving the violent act that stood out most to More

Producer Diana

Filling in for Logan while he's on vacation, Diana Van De Kamp is running the board and the games for this week's episode. After a brief flickfession, Diana kicks off a round of Red Light/Green Light, including a theme song that she wrote for it, followed by a round of the IMDB Parent Guide More

Top 5 Transactions

Anderson and Bryan pay up on the TOP 5 TRANSACTIONS. They discuss their favorite scenes where money, or goods, exchange More

Summer Preview 2017

It's Bryan's time to shine as he and Anderson talk about the SUMMER PREVIEW 2017. Their lists are packed with both big budget blockbusters and smaller indie More

Top 5 Modern Directors We'd Hire For Propaganda Films

Inspired by last week's flickfession of Five Came Back, a listener suggested Anderson and Bryan choose the TOP 5 MODERN DIRECTORS WE'D HIRE FOR PROPAGANDA FILMS. They agreed, and the guys discussed who they thought had the vision and ability to influence public opinion best during a time of More

Top 5 Revenge Films

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Finally, the much-anticipated TOP 5 REVENGE FILMS is here.  Listen along as Anderson and Bryan go through their favorite cinematic stories of vengeance.  Before that, the guys Flickfess the films they’ve seen in the past week, including movies mentioned on previous Top 5 lists.  This episode is sponsored by Audible.  To support this show, visit and download a FREE audiobook. More


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“Minor-keyed, depressive indie rock” never sounded so ambitious… At just over a year old, this four piece band out of Oakland, California has self-released a debut album; fine-tuned their rhythm section with the addition of two veterans of the San Francisco bay area music scene; and developed their singular live show while expanding their fan base at premium venues throughout the bay area, playing with the likes of Audrye Sessions, The Soft White Sixties, and Mister Loveless.

As if all this wasn’t enough for an up and coming band, team Manatee was instrumental in the production, release, and distribution of the Rose Hill Collective Volume 3, a twenty-one song sampler featuring two tracks from Manatee, who more than hold their own alongside music from Bay Area heavy hitters such as Audrye Sessions and Poor Bailey. Led by Casentini, the band gave away 5,000 copies of the compilation during the fall and winter of 2010 to enthusiastic music fans throughout the Bay Area.

And 2011 promises more of the same: the band is currently at work on pre-production for their sophomore release and booking a winter 2011 tour. Manatee will take the show on the road from January through March and make an appearance in Austin, Texas for 2011’s SXSW festival.

Top 5 Documentaries About Movies

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Anderson and Bryan go through their TOP 5 DOCUMENTARIES ABOUT MOVIES to share their favorite films about some of Hollywood’s most interesting stories. Before that, the guys Flickfess the films they’ve seen in the past week.


Before Dawn

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Rob and Kate base themselves in Austin, TX and tour frequently. This is a hardworking band.  They have played in New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Chicago, Madison, Milwaukee, Miami, Orlando, Tampa/St. Pete and Sarasota as well as many more cities in Florida, Wisconsin and Canada all while continuing to excite audiences around Central Texas.  Before Dawn has also been wowing crowds at festivals such as Tropical Heat Wave, North VS. South, Texas Rock Fest, Mid Point Music Festival, Steel Bridge Songfest, Sled Island Festival in Calgary and more unofficial SXSW shows than they care to mention.

To date Before Dawn has three releases, “Drowning”, “Beats for Heat”,  and “Brush With Greatness” an LP, EP and another LP respectively.  The duo recently completed their sophomore full length album, “Brush with Greatness”, in 2011, as well as making their second music video.  As the buzz continues to grow the momentum of this touring machine seems to increase exponentially.  In fact Before Dawn’s work is slated to be featured in the up coming Paramount Pictures, film, “Fun Size”, in theaters 2012, as well as the documentary, “Going Attractions”, about the rise and fall of the drive-in movie theater.

Before Dawn is about far more than just music, they are artists and scientists who weave together sound, sight and emotion in a highly personal way. They even build some of their own synthesizers.  This duo makes music videos and painstakingly tend to every detail of their artistic vision.  They grow bonds and alliances with other artists and simultaneously remain fiercely independent and  DIY.  Rob and Kate Houle really just love to create, they approach Before Dawn, music and art with a wholly pioneer spirit.”

Top 5 Movies That Scared You As A Child

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Fill up your queue for the Halloween weekend with the Top 5 Movies That Scared You As A Child.  Discover which movies shaped Anderson’s taste for disturbing films and the ones Bryan could not stay in the theater to watch.  Plus, find out which of our listeners will get to participate as Anderson and Bryan record their commentary of The Human Centipede (First Sequence).  *Note: The 1st segment of the show has audio issues that are addressed for the 2nd and 3rd segments. We appologize for the inconvenience.


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