This was a great deal of fun.
Episode 28: “HIGHER” FNFS LIVE with Ivan Hernandez, George Chen, and Sean Keane
Professors Dave Child and Julia Prescott spent 4/20 up in San Francisco at Lost Weekend Video to talk about films that relate to the theme: “HIGHER.” Dave and Julia discussed the Monkees’ “HEAD” and The Red Elvis’s “Six-String Samurai” and their guests each brought something different to the table. Ivan Hernandez (of the podcast: BOARS, GORE, and SWORDS) made us experience “Altered States” while George Chen (The Cynic Cave) descended “Jacob’s Ladder” and Sean Keane (The Business) finished it off with “TipToes.” Let us take you higher, its Friday Night Film School! LIVE!
Original Music by Paul-El
Direct download of episode here.
- Trailer for “Head”
- “Head” - the full movie
- Trailer for “Six-String Samurai”
- “Six String Samurai” - full movie
- Trailer for “Altered States”
- Weird Trip Scene from “Altered States”
- Trailer from “Jacob’s Ladder”
- Hell Scene from “Jacob’s Ladder”
- Trailer for “Tip Toes”
- Peter Dinklage Scene in “Tip Toes”
- Ivan’s podcast: “Boars, Gore, and Swords” featuring Julia and Dave
If there’s any day to repost any of my Rooftop clips, it’s this one and this one.
at 6 pm. Free / donation
hosted by Dave Child and Julia Prescott
with Sean Keane, Ivan Hernandez, and George Chen.
I will be discussing the science fiction classic Altered States and how William Hurt is a classical druggy intellectual dickwad.
This illustration was supposed to be posted last week but due to all 4 of my wisdom teeth being pulled I was out of commission, feeling better now I can finally post this Illustration. This is based upon the the awesome podcast Boars, Gore, and Swords. It is hosted by comedians Red Scott and Ivan Hernandez they re-cap the Game of Thrones TV show, as well as read the books and regurgitate it into to comedy bits for the listener, and does what you should be watching episodes in which they recommend what TV shows to watch. The best part of the podcast is whenever Red and Ivan’s conversations just digress into either Comics, Tv, Pop Culture, Comedians, and or Weed.
This illustration is more based on the Dunk and Egg stories they recently read. I imagined Ivan as Dunk and Red as Egg because whenever the conversations break down into fictional war strategy Ivan usually goes with a more physical response such as bust a dudes head in with armor mounted spikes, while Red tends to go with a more tactical response. It is a stark contrast to what would actually happen to the both of them in a war scenario, which is die a horrible death.
There are little clues in this illustration as to what they most talk about on the podcast such as the flag Red is holding is a shout out to the west wing and Aaron Sorkin, as well as the Tardis is a shout to to time travel. In Ivan’s case I chose to depict him with a weed shield, and Cthulhu monster tentacles attacking him and his stead. All of this is self explanatory if you listen to the podcast. Btw if the lettering is hard to make out it says “the third greatest game of thrones podcast”.
This is the best, my legs have never been in such great shape - Red.
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One of my favorite Ultron moments, from Chaos War: Dead Avengers #1 by Fred Van Lente and Tom Grummett. It gets to the core of the character, that he is a robot who hates humanity but is also a real dick about it. It’s something that’s been missing from Age of Ultron, which just chickened out of a last page reveal in issue three that would’ve given the story a much more interesting twist than just ULTRON WINS HAHA EAT IT HUMANS.
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Anonymous asked: why is your website so bad
I do not have motivations.
Check out the inaugural Escapist Comics podcast, where comedians Jacob Rubin and Ivan Hernandez discuss hot comic news and the world of graphic novels every two weeks! This week, we discuss the new Marvel big event Age of Ultron, Jonathan Hickman’s run on Avengers, the upcoming Mega Man/ Sonic the Hedgehog crossover, and which artists best carry on the legacy of Jack Kirby. We also start the book club feature: we’ll be reading Avengers Assemble Vol. 2, by Kurt Busiek, for discussion in the next episode. Enjoy!
A woman walks into a gynecologist’s office. A nurse says “The doctor will be with you shortly” and then leaves. The patient gets into the stirrups. The doctor walks into the office. He is Academy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer. He parts the lips of the woman’s vagina apart with a speculum and makes the booming sound from Inception. End of sketch.
Drew Spears and me have come together in a Watch the Throne-style collaboration of solely premises we are too lazy to flesh out into actual comedy.
Fanart for one of my favorite podcasts, Boars, Gore and Swords, a Game of Thrones recap podcast hosted by comedians Red Scott and Ivan Hernandez. One of the reasons I’m most excited about season 3 of GoT is the return of these two guys discussing/making fun of the show, with frequent tangents onto topics such as comic books, Trader Joes, and Aaron Sorkin.
(Everything in this picture makes sense if you listen to the podcast.)
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