Wham Bam Pow is an action/scifi moviecast. Each week, host Cameron Esposito and panelists Rhea Butcher and Ricky Carmona will terminate your boredom with movie news, interviews & watch-along film reviews. It's one show to rule them all!
It's a Rhea/Ricky Pitch It face-off! Plus screenwriter Max Borenstein joins us in studio to talk about getting started in film & reveals his 2014 project & hey! Speaking of that we reviewed the best Taco Bell commercial of all time: GODZILLA.
This week, we caught Jurassic Park 3D in theaters, and reactions were MIXED; Ricky pitches us RoboCop with a barefooted twist; and Rhea brings in an article about supposedly successful recastings in the sci-fi and action realms.
Wham Bam Pow's Cameron Esposito & Rhea Butcher will be in Portland on April 21 to record an episode of Cameron's Put Your Hands Together standup podcast as a part of the Bridgetown Comedy Festival!
online at http://bridgetowncomedy.com/event/put-your-hands-together-sunday/
Wham Bam Pow's Cameron Esposito & Rhea Butcher will be in San Francisco on April 18 to record an episode of Cameron's Put Your Hands Together standup podcast!
Tickets: $10 at the door,
or online at http://putyourhandstogethersf.eventbrite.com
This week, we take a look at one of the greatest action movies of all time: Terminator 2. Plus, we promote you, dear listener, to the role of hot-shot movie executive. But that's not all -- we're joined by comedy legends Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy of RiffTrax and Mystery Science Theater 3000!
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LIGHTNING NOISE! Rhea brings WBP's unofficial official sound effect into existence on today's show. PLUS: a Pitch It! sequel for the best yellow-hatted detective there is, chats on crowd-funding for Veronica Mars & a review of Brian De Palma's THE UNTOUCHABLES.
We have a sweet, sweet guest on our second episode of Wham Bam Pow: Mr. DOUG JONES! Cameron chats with Doug & almost faints from joy, we discuss extreme Oscar baiting, Ricky reveals his vision for a future DIE HARD sequel, and we review Hellboy, Guillermo del Toro's festival of movie monster make-up.
In this, the inaugural episode of Wham Bam Pow, we discuss the great Sci-Fi movies that were NOT recognized by the Academy (hint: nearly all of them), Rhea pitches a HOT sequel, and we review Quentin Tarantino's oft forgotten Jackie Brown.