Podcast: The Demented Encyclopedia #16 - Awesome Equals Christopher Nolan In This One.

I know I've already put one thing up today (check out the season 3 review of Avatar: The Last Airbender, if you would!). But I finally got done editing this awesome edition of The Demented Encyclopedia (took a little longer than usual...). So I figured I should put this up, as well.


For the second week in a row, Travis was unable to join us. Instead, Rachel has returned for another episode in his stead. This week, we discuss the career of one Christopher Nolan due to the recent release of Inception. If you notice something out of place on this episode, it's not your computer... We started the show with a brief plug before moving in to Nolan's body of work in chronological order. After a brief D-Bag, we went into Film vs. Film, or in this case, Scene vs. Scene. And finally, we wrapped it all up with our Mono-Dialogues of the Week. Now, that's how we recorded it... that's not to say that's how it ended up...

Thanks goes out to Kevin MacLeod's Imcompetech Website for the music. As always, you can use the player above to listen to the podcast, or you can search iTunes, where we are also available for download. The earlier episodes are being removed from the player for space, but you can still always download them on iTunes. Also, please become a Fan on Facebook... then you can give us your input for the podcast and will probably end up on the show during the D-Bag segment, as well as vote for which film in Film vs. Film won for the week. But as for now... enjoy!


  1. i like the animated movies and these are really the great shows i watch mostly

  2. Brilliant!

    Just listened to this yesterday - I know, a bit late, but part of that was your podomatic issues.

    Now, it sounds like you recorded it in Memento-style and didn't just edit it that way. Which one is it? I'll be much more impressed if you recorded it that way, but it was a fantastic idea nonetheless.

  3. I guess you'll have to be more impressed with my editing skills rather than our pre-planning skills. We recorded it in chronological order, and then I chopped it up and put it together in reverse.

    However, we knew we were gonna do this ahead of time, so we were able to make some jokes along the way.


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