These podcast posts used to do really easy when we used a running order for recording. Everything was nicely ordered, and it was clear what we’d been talking about when we came to post the episode. For some reason, probably because I’m lazy, I haven’t been doing these of late and I’ve no idea how Peter’s been managing to do the associated write ups.
However, digging through notes and my vague memory, I can tell you that Peter chatted about Antichamber, which does sound properly bonkers. I go on an accompanying tour through non-Euclidean geometry in the latest entry in my series of attempts to share weird, relatively niche knowledge. Peter also gave his thoughts on Wreck-It-Ralph, and on why he hates children, so if game reference laden movies are you thing it’s probably worth a listen for that.
I, as ever, am late to the party, so ended up chatting about WWE ’12 (the one they released in 2011) and Velocity. The former is terrible while the latter, as I’m sure most of you are aware, is rather good. It did make me feel faintly sick though.
We’re a bit film heavy this week, as Kev and Lewis top up Peter’s contribution with chat about Jeff, Who Lives At Home and Sightseers respectively. Jeff, Who Lives At Home is a bit more interesting though. Oh, and Lewis gives us a quick talk about his trip to an orchestra concert.
Finally, of course, there’s the quiz and listener questions. We’re a bit light on questions this week though, so it’s a pretty short episode.
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