The SB10K is being TORN APART in this episode as he bites the badly acted, written and shot bullet and watches “The Room.”
This week SB10K is….wait…where the hell is Squirrelbot?
Well where ever he is he’s reviewing the 1994 movie Leon the Professional this week…despite our best efforts.
Our humble (by design) host SB10K does some tinkering and then goes off to Camp Crystal Lake for a bit of relaxation. Hopefully nothing goes wrong. After all according to the hobo that lives in the pantry “it’s got a DEATH curse…”
This episode it’s the original Friday the 13th.
Special credit for this episode goes to TeknoAXE for the music that came pouring out of SB10K’s cobbled together machine. Check them out because quite frankly they’re amazing. The track used in this episode and hopefully from now on was “Cool Catz.”
In this episode of Just Watch Already gets into the Halloween Spirit (largely against his will) and takes a look at the Tim Burton classic Edward Scissorhands! Will he find it to be a clever little gem or will he cut it apart?
Get it…cut? It’s…you know…a joke…
On this episode of the DeadCast the gang review the film Innerspace, bicker about Persona 5, talk Defenders and spin their ideas for the best Netflix Marvel show ever!
Many agreements to disagree are formed and a whole slew of monkey on squirrel violence is narrowly averted!
What a week.
My kiddo was sick, I had a huge list of things to do for my “big boy” job, and Destiny 2 came out. Work has been… slow, to say the least. I actually thought to myself that I should probably just call it quits.
But that’s how you end up never making a game.
After a bit of an absence the SB10K hops into the back of a very, very dingy cab and takes a ride into the worst parts of NYC.
This week he’s watching Taxi Driver (1976).
Hey guys, WriterMonkey here. Some of you might not know this, but I’m actually an independent game developer on top of talking over video games and begging people to watch me talk over video games. I have released one title, a little card game called OfficeDungeon (also available as a print-and-play version here, if you’re curious and don’t want to spend more than a dollar), and it has been moderately successful. Not bad for flying by the seat of my pants.
After that, though, various things have ended up in development hell. A couple tabletop RPGs, an expansion/revision for OfficeDungeon, a couple board games. It’s been difficult for me to work on these things, and there is literally only one thing that’s been missing from my projects.
In this episode of Just Watch It Already SB10K and the Fat Kid pick through the blasted ruins of black and white Tokyo as they review 1956’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
(This JWA is dedicated to Haruo Nakajima, you were a man of many monsters and the world was lucky to have you in it.)
Hey guys and gals, WriterMonkey here!
So, a little over a month ago we launched the Dead in Decatur YouTube Channel and, due to a little oversight by yours truly, never even made mention of it on the website! (Go me!) I’m going to fix that right now in a semi-regular segment to let you know what you’ve missed: The YouTube Round-Up!
I’ve been streaming games every Wednesday at 12pm CST and would love for you to join me! If you can’t join in because of work, school, fending off a zombie horde, or nap time, don’t fret: the entire show is recorded and put up on YouTube the same day for your enjoyment.
Right now, I’m working my way through Destiny in anticipation of Destiny 2 coming out this September. Here’s the playlist of what you’ve missed so far.
Another WriterMonkey show, Thursday Thunderdome has me playing online multiplayer games and trying not to be terrible. There’s a variety of games on the docket, so maybe something will tickle your fancy:
Destiny 2 Hype Stream
Yeah, I’m a bit of a fan of Destiny and am looking forward to Destiny 2. Sue me. But also join me and SB10K as we take a look at the first story mission (and maybe get sidetracked by Mass Effect):
That’s all for the YouTube Round-up today! We do have some more shows coming down the pipeline, so be sure to subscribe to Dead in Decatur on YouTube for regular updates!