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We're a geeky/pop culture news and movie review podcast. Care to take a peek with us? New episode every Friday. Learn More about us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OverThe4thPod https://twitter.com/TheProd1gal_Son https://twitter.com/TheMurderfish3 ...You won't really learn that much. We have email, too: overthe4thwallpodcast@gmail.com
 
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Adult Swim has been the home for many influential pieces of alternative comedy, but Childrens Hospital is a series that helped the fledgling network establish their brand. The Dadaist comedy helped bring live-action to the programming block as well as an enviable cast and crew of comedic talent. Childrens Hospital was a jewel in Adult Swim’s line-u…
 
Even though violence, gore, and sex fill Adult Swim’s airwaves, there are still wholesome rays of positivity that shine through the nihilism. Joe Pera Talks With You is almost anti-comedy in how simple and genuine it is. Spun off from his popular infomercial specials, Joe Pera’s series looks at his various mundane passions as he tries to give the a…
 
Writing the score for an adult animated comic-based property like Harley Quinn is probably far from the typical experience for a composer, but Jefferson Friedman is equal to the task. Having already scored for DC's short-lived live action comedy, Powerless, Friedman knows his way around this particular universe. He's also composing music for NBC's …
 
Maybe it was the timing of Limetown as a podcast, coming out a year after Serial made the audio medium a commodity, that made it a viral success in 2015 in addition to the compelling nature of the story, but it was undoubtedly that strong narrative that helped the sci-fi mystery make the transition to television so successfully. Season one of the a…
 
The best superheroes in comics lore have inspired readers for decades, so it should come as no surprise that when Disney+ launches its streaming service with plenty of new and existing Marvel content, it will seek to lift our hearts with stories of real life heroes in Marvel’s Hero Project. This non-fiction series will tell the stories of kids who …
 
The Fast and Furious movies have always capitalized on over-the-top action and stunts that defy the laws of physics, but a sense of family among the major players in the saga, even between those who don’t always get along like the title characters in Hobbs & Shaw, has always been at the core of the drama. Chris Morgan has been the screenwriter for …
 
Ben Smith is no stranger to Jason Bourne and his associated movie adaptations from the Robert Ludlum novels, having produced a number of the theatrical versions of the tale of sleeper assassins. Now, along with Universal Content Productions, he is presenting a prequel of sorts on television in the form of Treadstone, coming to the USA Network on Oc…
 
Jake Kasdan directed and produced the wildly successful Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, and now he and his wonderful cast is coming back for Jumanji 2: The Next Level, premiering in theaters December 13, 2019. This interview was conducted just as the first movie was released on DVD and Blu-ray, but it still feels relevant today as news trickles in …
 
David Schwartz has given us some of the most memorable television themes in modern times, from his very first gig as the composer for Northern Exposure with its signature creole sound to the final seasons of The Good Place and Veep in coming months. Schwartz spoke to us about the unlikely start of his career and the twists and turns along the way, …
 
We spoke to Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews, the creators of The Dark Crystal prequel series on Netflix subtitled Age of Resistance, about reinventing this Jim Henson Company movie classic for television. Showrunner Javier Grillo-Marxuach also joined us to talk to us about the development journey of this unique puppet-driven fantasy. The Dark Crys…
 
It takes a special kind of stunt coordinator to manage a show like Cobra Kai, in which the fight choreography is central to the story. That's where married couple and professional pairing Hiro Koda and Jahnel Curfman come in. The design duo has been nominated for their work on season 2 of Cobra Kai, and they spoke to us about how they coordinate su…
 
Shawn Hatosy has been killing it as Andrew "Pope" Cody on TNT's Animal Kingdom for four seasons now, and with the recent renewal announcement for season 5, we're happy that there's more criminal mayhem to come from the Cody family. Hatosy had his directorial debut for an episode last season, and this week's episode entitled "Julia" was also directe…
 
After Moon garnered praise at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, director Duncan Jones won a BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Director, and the science fiction story starring Sam Rockwell quickly became a modern classic. Now, upon the tenth anniversary of the movie’s release, new viewers and established fans alike can enjoy the story of…
 
Abraham Rodriguez, who plays Nate on Power Rangers Beast Morphers, takes the character's braininess and lack of athleticism as a challenge. Nate is far from a typical hero, but that brings a depth Rodriguez enjoys. In this interview conducted by our Power Rangers expert, Shamus Kelley, the actor recalls his initial ideas about the character, becomi…
 
Sometimes it can be a thankless task to be part of the comedy duo in any Power Rangers iteration, but Kristina Ho has taken the role of Betty Burke and turned it into a fan favorite character that brings an undeniable energy to the show as Hasbro takes over the franchise. The episode of the podcast is the first of a two-part visit with the cast of …
 
What We Do in the Shadows on FX is unique among single camera comedies in that it makes use of special effects but also strives for a realistic mockumentary feel. With the show wrapping up its stellar first season on May 29, 2019, we spoke with cinematographer DJ Stipsen, who also worked on the original New Zealand movie directed by and starring Ta…
 
Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme are best known for their work with the Broken Lizard comedy troupe, the group responsible for a string of comedy films in the 2000s, like the first Super Troopers and Beerfest, that shaped American comedic sensibilities at the movies for a decade. With their original truTV series Tacoma FD, however, Heffernan and Lem…
 
Imagine a player piano that can play along with a live human, weaving intricate harmonies and rhythms based on what the pianist is playing but modified by algorithms that invert, echo, or otherwise mimic the live performance to provide, in essence, a robot accompanist. It may sound like something out of Westworld, but it’s actually the method jazz …
 
Catherine Hardwicke may be known for directing of movies like Twilight and Thirteen, but her recent remake of action thriller Miss Bala is notable for the reframing of its female protagonist for a modern audience. Kayti Burt spoke with Hardwicke about the home entertainment release of Miss Bala, adapting a Spanish-language movie for English-speakin…
 
Our staff writer Matthew Schuchman is a huge Terry Gilliam fan, and his knowledge of the great director's work gave this interview a well-rounded feel - perfect for a true "fourth wall" experience. The two met up in New York to talk about The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, but the discussion ranges from Gilliam's earlier films like Brazil and The Fish…
 
Our interview with Emmy-nominated production designer Drew Boughton is a true example of The Fourth Wall's mission: to allow creative people to talk directly to our audience in a voice that's not always heard. What does a production designer do? How did Boughton create the looks for the various cultures represented in the alternate 1960s history of…
 
Megan Crouse, our resident Star Wars expert and host of another podcast here at Den of Geek called Star Wars Blaster Canon, sat down with composer Ryan Shore, who is responsible for the music design for the Disney animated series Star Wars Forces of Destiny and Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures. While the former allows for full-length original scores,…
 
Ultraman has a rich history in Japan spanning decades, so it will take special skill to unify the many incarnations of the hero into cohesive transmedia universe. Jeff Gomez, CEO of Starlight Runner Entertainment, is equal to the task, and he spoke to our Tokusatsu expert, Shamus Kelley, about how his company accomplishes the task of building a myt…
 
Den of Geek movies editor David Crow went to Park City for Sundance this year, and he talked to us about his favorite movies of the festival. Among the topics up for discussion are The Lodge, Little Monsters, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Hail Satan, and Honey Boy. Find out why these made David's shortlist for films to watch out for at your …
 
"Murr" from Impractical Jokers is also James S. Murray, noted horror thriller author. His debut novel Awakened just came out in the summer of 2018, and he's here to talk about its origins and inspiration and about the coming trilogy, which continues with book 2, The Brink, in summer 2019. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We spoke to Haley Joel Osment about his role as Stu Camillo in Future Man on Hulu and how Stu resembles some other characters Osment has played in the past. With Kingdom Hearts 3's recent release, we had to ask him about voicing Sora as well. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
They say its hard to do! This month, we're chatting about our experiences breaking up with a fandom or a piece of pop culture or both! We're talking drifting away versus rage quitting, staying in the fandom after you've given up a show as well as leaving just the fandom. Relevant links: Kate's Q&A with Amy Spalding about The Summer of Jordi Perez…
 
Bryson, Connor, and Isaiah discuss the controversial "Han Solo Movie" (because lets face it, no one is actually going to call it "Solo: A Star Wars Story") and it's troubled production cycle, as well as review the Netflix Original Show "The End of the F***ing World".New episode every-ish Friday.Learn more about us on Twitter:twitter.com/OverThe4thP…
 
We're back, y'all! After taking the holiday season off, we're chatting this month about what resolutions we've set for 2018 for pop culture consumption: what we're planning to read, watch, and listen to! As usual, we also talk about a few current news stories plus our regular "Don't Do the Thing" and "Do the Thing" segments. Relevant Link: The Assa…
 
Connor and newcomer to the show, Isaiah discuss some of the most recent news in pop culture, like Rian Johnson's recently announced Star Wars trilogy, and whether or not anyone really cares about what Sony's doing with their Spider-Man related properties, and they also review the newest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Thor: Ragnarok"New …
 
Bryson and Connor review "IT", no, not the new (good) movie, the miniseries. Woo. They also discuss the brand new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer, the new Justice League trailer, and the Harvey Weinstein scandal. (please don't sue us mr. weinstein)New episode every Friday.Learn more about us on Twitter:twitter.com/OverThe4thPodtwitter.com/TheProd1…
 
Bryson and Connor review "Ernest Scared Stupid", a Halloween... "classic"? They discuss the possibility of Ben Affleck leaving the DC Extended Universe, the Star Wars: Battlefront II beta, and The Punisher's NYCC panel getting cancelled and the release date being pushed back.New episode every Friday.Learn more about us on Twitter:twitter.com/OverTh…
 
On this episode of the pod, we're talking about all the new shows of the Fall 2017 television seasons from the 5 major networks + a handful of streaming offerings. We're also discussing the upcoming Emmys and who we think will win, which is especially fun given that we don't watch most of the nominated shows! Relevant links: Todd VanDerWerff on Inh…
 
In this episode of the pod, Kate & Holly are chatting about SDCC news, what new shows we're keeping up with this summer, what existing shows we're catching up on, and discussing a couple recent pop culture controversies. Relevant Links: TV Time Buffering the Vampire Slayer podcast Not a Plan
 
We're tackling the topic of guilty pleasures this week! We're talking about various definitions of a guilty pleasure, whether we believe in them regardless of definition and how sexism and social perception play into the concept. Please note: in the news section we chat about the potential writers' strike that was looming at the time of recording. …
 
This week on the pod, Carrie Raisler of The AV Club joins us to chat about the late, great The Vampire Diaries, which ended its 8 year run last month. We discuss not only our feelings on the show's finale, but also the lifecycle of television, what its like to cover a show weekly for years, and what made the show great in its heyday.…
 
We brought friends again in this episode! In this episode and the next, Kate and Holly are chatting with Poppy and Meredith from The Parabatai Podcast about adapting books into movies and television shows. Freeform's Shadowhunters, adapted from Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments series makes a great case study for talking about how adaptation…
 
We're back! As you might have notice we took an unexpected break post-Election Day. In this new ep, we're talking about what we've been doing since then: what we've been reading, watching and how we're coping. We're also talking about some of our pop culture plans for 2017, including the Read Harder Challenge. Also, we chat about some TV news and a…
 
Inspired by Brangelina, we're chatting about celeb breakups and fandom this week. How do fans handle this sort of thing and how do celebs use the media to shape perception? We also chat about our level of investment in celeb couples and what we feel is the appropriate way to discuss them. Relevant Link: Anne Helen Petersen on the Brangelina breakup…
 
This week, we're chatting about how fandom concepts can be used to understand the 2016 Presidential election. How is the media treating Trump & Hillary like love interests in a love triangle? What are the parallels between the general audience and the general electorate and how are hardcore partisans like superfans? All this, plus the news.…
 
This week, we're chatting about the various ways of handling the inevitable: your fave is problematic. We're also chatting about letting people draw their own lines in these situations and how complicated it can be. Plus the latest news we care about and an update on Holly's Star Trek adventure. Relevant Links: Keepin' It 1600 Major Crimes…
 
This week, we're chatting about what counts as canon, what happens when canon expands, and the new installment of the Harry Potter canon: Harry Potter and The Cursed Child. The episode does contain spoilers for The Cursed Child but they are contained to the end of the discussion & verbal warning is given. Relevant Links: Canon & Star Wars' Expanded…
 
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