2023 is fresh out of the oven and already it’s shaping up to be a doozy of a year! Stephanie is out, Vince is back, and so are we!Continue reading “FDI Cast 163: No Chance, That’s What You Got”
This week, Britney and Dominic are out, so Keith brought in his brother Raymond to review Dwayne Johnson’s first foray into superhero films, Black Adam and incorporate as many WWF Attitude-era Rock catchphrases as possible. They also talk about Henry Cavill’s future as Superman… for some reason.Continue reading “Hard NOC Life 288: ‘Black Adam’ is Panned by… IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT CRITICS THINK”
Word on the street is that the heads of DC’s Cinematic Universe don’t know what to do with Superman. Can we figure something out?Continue reading “FDI Cast 149: Can We Make DCEU Superman Interesting?”
While covering the 2022 NBCUniversal Upfront Red Carpet, I spoke with Bradley Constant about his NBC series, Young Rock. The show is set to return this November for its third season on Fridays at 8:30 PM.Continue reading “Bradley Constant Talks ‘Young Rock’ at the 2022 NBCUniversal Upfront Red Carpet”
Let it be known that on this podcast, Bradon predicts that when old Slow Ass, Eric Clapton, recovers from COVID, he’ll write a song about it called “Nothing to Fear” or “ No Reason to Fear” and we will a groan.Continue reading “FDI Cast 143: Claptons of Fun”
We spend far too much time trying to figure out the deadliest way to attack someone with produce while Brandon discovers the most entertaining method for reading any transcript from our 45th President.Continue reading “FDI Cast 142: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes”
No cold opening, no geeking on anything, no malarkey! This pod, we review Wrestlemania 38 match by ever lovin’ match! What makes us qualified to review wrasslin’ entertainment? Same thing that makes us qualified to start a podcast in the first place! AND THAT’S THE BOTTOM LINE BECAUSE BRANDON SAID SO!Continue reading “FDI Cast 139: Kings of Pod Style”
Hey yo, today we remember Scott Hall, Razor Ramon, the Bad Guy.
Hosts Brandon and Jamie workshop terrible ideas until they become slightly less terrible. From movies to comics to music to food, the FDI Cast throws a wide net across multiple aspects of popular culture.Continue reading “FDI Cast 137: Say [Goodbye] to the Bad Guy”
We cover it all! Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Neil Pert, The Rock, John Cena, Mando Garage, and Momoa! Strap in for an off the rails episode of the ‘cast!Continue reading “FDI Cast 133: Next Time on Tatooine Chopper…”
Our final deep dive into another podcast about Cal Ripken’s Streak. In this one, we unravel the mystery of if it was worth it for Brandon to use six hours of his life to listen to this story or if it would have been better spent eating at Rofo.Continue reading “FDI Cast 132: Is Our Faith in Baseball Restored?”
No, it’s not our Doctor Who episode. It’s part 2 of Brandon’s recap of another podcast where they investigate whether Cal Ripken’s Streak is a true or a not.Continue reading “FDI Cast 131: Hey, Who Turned Out the Lights?”
A geeking on episode where we discuss another podcast about Cal and the Streak and Kevin Costner! Also, we talk about MAGFest of convention’s past.Continue reading “FDI Cast 130: Did Cal Ripken Scrap With Kevin Costner?”
Celebrate the Holidays with Shelf Conscious! In this brand new episode, Keith is joined by YouTuber and diorama artist, Art G!Continue reading “‘Art of the Toy Hunt’ with Art G”
This is a shorty, geeking on things episode.Continue reading “FDI Cast 123: The Cream of the Crop Always Rises to the Top”
Brandon has the best post second dose story ever.
Heyyy! It’s Kuya P back again with another NOC EXCLUSIVE! I recently sat down for a conversation with the star of Army of the Dead: Dave Bautista! Army of the Dead hits Select Theaters May 14 and will be on Netflix May 21!Continue reading “NOC Exclusive Interview: ‘Army of the Dead’ Star, Dave Bautista”
Brandon popped the question! Here’s how it went down.
NBC’s newest sitcom, Young Rock, focuses on different chapters of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s life. From growing up in a strong and resilient family, to being surrounded by the wild characters of his professional wrestling family, to playing football at the University of Miami, the show explores the many life experiences that have helped shape Dwayne into the man he is today.Continue reading “Joseph Lee Anderson, Uli Latukefu and Bradley Constant Talk NBC’s ‘Young Rock’”
We try to break our cold opening record (I don’t think we quite made it).
My relationship with professional wrestling is very complicated at best. I watched my first wrestling match sometime around 1983, and the larger than life characters were literal comic books that had exploded in front of me. Like most other kids in the ’80s, I wanted more. I begged my mom to buy me wrestling magazines, toys, and watched every Saturday morning.
I loved guys like Hulk Hogan and Macho Man Randy Savage, but I remember my eyes widening every time there was a Black or Brown face on my screen. So naturally I had an affinity for characters like The Junkyard Dog, Koko B Ware. But what really turned me on to wrestling was a tag team called The Soul Patrol.