The Demented Podcast #29 - We Re-Imagine Stuff.

It's the final episode before the next Battle Royale, and this time we're joined by Kai Parker of Man, I Love Films. We have a hell of a fun time reading a bunch of comments and giving Joel complements. Then we have an even more fun time as we discuss time travel movies with Time After Time and Timecrimes. Then it's time to move on to The Tower. Can Kai add himself to the ranks and enter the Battle Royale? Listen and find out!

Current Tower Leaderboard
1) Joel - 191 Points
2) Dan - 164 Points
3) Dylan - 146 Points
4) Steve - 133 Points
5) Tom - 105 Points
6) Jason - 101 Points
7) Scott - 97 Points
8) Alan - 86 Points

Current/Previous Battle Royale Champions
(BR2) Dylan Fields - 114 Points
(BR1) Rachel Thuro - 171 Points

You can listen to this episode on the player below or by subscribing through iTunes.

That being said, enjoy! Thanks goes out to Kevin MacLeod's Incompetech website for great, royalty-free music. And thanks to Google for helping me find a website that will give me free video game audio samples.


  1. Thanks guys for all the kind words I blushed all the way to the mall when listening to it.

    When it comes to Nick's Swedish pronunciation its pretty good but we generally don't speak that fast.

    Great discussion on both films but I'll probably follow the Knuckleheads advice and skip Time after Time for now.

    I have seen Time Crimes once and probably need to revisit it again to get the full experience since its a "Mindfuck" Movie (Robert Mckee's quote not mine) in the true sense.

  2. I'm likely in the minority, but I enjoyed Time After Time. It's really hokey but a lot of fun, and Warner and McDowell both do a good job. Nicholas Meyer also wrote an interesting book called the Seven-Percent Solution involving Sherlock Holmes and Sigmund Freud that was made into a movie. I think he's a fan of mixing historical figures.

    Time Crimes is an excellent movie and had my brain going in circles for a while afterwards. I can see Steve's concerns but still really enjoyed it. Glad to hear you guys mention Triangle, which is great in a similar vein, and the utterly complex Primer, which is baffling.

    I love time-travel movies, so this episode was a lot of fun.

  3. Ha, just listened to this one, with my comment on Joel's episode read. True, it's easier when you're not on the spot, but I'd still stand a better chance with Joel's set of questions than with the ones Kai had this episode. :)

    Timecrimes is awesome. And I really want to see Time After Time; despite the ripping you guys largely gave it, it still sounds like a lot of fun. Plus I feel the opposite to Kai about old movies.


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