Kyle & Ryan are joined again by the great episode guest and frequent discussion tangent driver Sound Engineer Andry to discuss the movies of 2017, they hit on the movies they like and that they don’t like and for some reason spend a lot of time on Netflix *shrug* as always the epsiode is full of discussion but sometimes not on the intended topic. There is a nice etymology of the word “cool” so we hope you enjoy that and the rest of this episode.
For the first episode of our annual best of Kyle & Ryan try to cram in talking about as many games as possible. They have switched the format up this year instead of a “Top5” list they have instead opted to only list their #1 and then also discuss the other games they really liked and the ones that they didn’t like that much either. It is a classic EG episode with tangents, foul language and maybe some off color jokes. We can’t wait for you to hear it.
Kyle & Ryan had a brand new arcade bar open up in their hometown of Bloomington and so thought they would have a sit down with the owners and talk about all the things that go into running an arcade/bar and what influenced them to take that risk. This was a fun little chat with some really cool and passionate people. Check them out if you’re ever in Bloomington.
You had to have known this episode was coming right? You know the boys are always going to be heavily involved in most things Star Wars ESPECIALLY a new entry in the numbered franchise. If you haven’t seen the film yet don’t fret! We spend the first section not discussing Star Wars at all and then give a hard spoiler warning break before we get into the film so you can easily listen if you haven’t watched yet. Come sit and listen a while.
Kyle & Ryan are joined by a very special guest Sound Engineer Andry makes his return to the show this time coming out from behind the sound board to talk about all the games the guys played during the 24 hour charity stream they took part in in early November. As always expect a lot of tangents and unrelated issues besides the main topic, as well as the new segment “What You Hyped For?” this was a beautiful mess of an episode that we hope you enjoy.
The boys have come together to talk about the 2003 crime comedy “Big Trouble” NOT Big Trouble in Little China. This movie stars a whole lot of actors that you know and love from all over the tv and movie world. The boys talk about why these people got together and what the big controversy surrounding this movie is (Pssst! Not Much) They also kind of talk about the giant shit hole Hollywood seems to be in general lately and it might be a topic the revisit in the future.
On this episode we talk about the SNK shoot em up “Metal Slug 3″…or at least we try to. We of course go off on a lot of different tangents about things that have no relevance to the game itself but overall this episode turned out really good, we get into the “Meat & Potatoes” of the game which is all you ever wanted right? We also hit on that Battlefront 2 controversy and a lot of other things.
You had to know this episode was coming if you’ve ever listened to the show and know how much of a fan Ryan is of all things Marvel Cinematic Universe. The dudes sit down and wax poetic about what they hope is the first good Thor movie and the continued greatness of the MCU in general. does it hold up? Let’s find out together on this episode.
Also spoilers ahead of course dummies.
Double Dragon Neon is a modern sequel to the daddy of all beat em ups. Kyle & Ryan sit down in the new studio to discuss this game that captured their attention during the 24 hour charity stream they participated in. Did it capture it in a good way or a bad one? Join us to find out on this episode.
Also there are tangents…lots and lots of tangents.
Greetings ghouls and ghosts! On this final episode of the spookiest month Kyle and Ryan are joined by the lovely Laura to have a discussion about all things Halloween! From costumes, to tricks and real life Haunted places they’ve been. It’s always a hoot when Laura is on so you know this episode is going to be overflowing with great things get her and get spooky.
Can we quit trying to name this holiday something catchy and fun, It’s flippin’ Devils Night at the witching hour and we’re talking about the supremely messed up “the Evil Within” A survival horror game by the legendary Shinji Mikami the father of Survival horror and “Resident Evil” does this game add to his staggering legacy or does it stumble and shuffle around like a zombie? find out right now on EXPERIENCE GRIND PODCAST! (c)
For this episode of Schlocktober? Jock(Jams)tober? Sarlacctober? Kyle & Ryan handle another sequel to a movie from they discussed last year “The Thing (2011)” a movie that many criticize for its overuse of CGI and attempts to recapture the magic of a cinema masterpiece. The boys attempt to detach themselves from that classic film and look at the prequel with an objective eye and evaluate it on it’s merits. this is also the second episode recorded in the new Experience Grind HQ 3.0 so you should notice some sound improvements.
one final note we established a new Patreon goal maybe you would like to help us reach it? https://www.patreon.com/experiencegrind
It’s Shocktober! Rocktober? Jerktober? Kyle & Ryan have difficulties naming the month of October a catchy theme name, maybe there are some residual effects from #StonerMovieSeptember still hanging around? Anyways the boys get together in a new recording space to discuss the sequel to a Horror movie they discussed last October, the special effects masterpiece “An American Werewolf in London” Does this quintessential 90’s film hold up as the original it tries to emulate and pay homage to? Maybe. (pssssst! probably not)
CORRECTION!!! We state Tom Savini performed the special effects in “An American Werewolf in London” when it was actually Rick Baker a special effects pioneer we discussed and gave credit to in that episode and we got it wrong here, blame the booze.
The boys also discuss their first ethnic kiss and tongue kissing in general, and is it bestiality if you bang a dog while you’re transformed into a werewolf?
Kyle & Ryan Conclude their celebration of #stonermovieseptember with “The Big Lebowski” a movie that is discussed outside of Stoner movie circles as well as within. Do the boys try and break down what makes this film so beloved it led to the creations of Big Lebowski festivals and even a religion? Or do they just argue about who is the better character? You should watch and find out!
#stonermovieseptember continues to roll on as Kyle & Ryan sit down to discuss a movie Kyle has hated since the one and only time he saw it “Pineapple Express” starring James Franco and Seth Rogen. They also talk about some other dumb stuff before it and Sound Engineer Andry quits the show for the second time in as many episodes.
Why don’t you share this episode wth your friends like a poorly rolled joint in high school?
Kyle & Ryan took a road trip this week to visit the studios of “Plowgames” to talk about their recently released WWII strategy card game “Last Front” they also discuss game design and the differences between designing for physical games compared to video games.
Follow Plowgames on Twitter: https://twitter.com/plowdigital?lang=en
Pick up a copy of “Last Front”: http://lastfrontgame.com/
Kyle & Ryan sit down and have a chat about the 2005 action, platformer by Doublefine Games “Psychonauts”. They spend a lot of time talking about mental instability as well as trying to guess what the inside of the others head looks like on a daily basis.