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Here we are again (still some might say) checking in on our hobby checklists progress, we discuss the latest FAQ from Warlord. We also take a look at army popularity and speculate why, we then talk a little about the German army's pros and cons and review a Bulgaria army list written by Peter West. Break music - Here Comes the Navy - The Andrews Si…
 
Happy New Year! We're back talking hobby and this year's hobby checklist. We also announce the formal launching of our Discord channel, please check it out. We also discuss some rules and news from Warlord. Eventually we get to some ideas for new campaign books and finally the Partisans. Break music - Rosie the Riveter Four Vagabonds, out music - T…
 
Here we are again, Happy Holidays to you and yours. This month we cover some airbrushing tips, take a dive into Paratroopers and look into the last two 1st edition theater books. Break and out music Andrew Sisters Christmas special. Enjoy and thanks for listening!
 
Here we are in November, should be talking about operation SNAFU, but ya know 2020. So we cover some current hobby, recap some feedback from the D Day 2 review, and in a Homage to the late Alex Trebek have a game of Bolt Action Jeopardy. Later in the episode we cover some units from 1st ed theatre books. break music - The Andrews Sisters - You're a…
 
In this episode we talk to Paul Walker from Warlord about the upcoming organized supported play rolling out soon. We also give a rundown of the second D Day book. Break music: Glenn Miller Snafu Jump, out music: THERE'LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND - VERA LYNN, as always " Thanks for listening"
 
This episode we discuss the FAQ, but perhaps more importantly some ideas that could change things in this version, just some small adjustments to have large impacts. The second half we cover the timeworn Tank Wars book. Break music The Andrews Sisters - The Strip Polka 1942 Vic Schoen Orchestra, out music You'll Never Know (Vera Lynn, 1943)…
 
About a week late but here none the less. We have our usual hobby (or lack there of), talk about the coming soon Warlord competitive tournament play. We invite a long time podcaster Old Man Moren, from the land down under to fill us in on the history of what was the Bolt Action Alliance (and still is) and the reemergence of the Ghost Army Podcast. …
 
See told you we'd be back! So we are with the usual hobby talk a little tease of an in-progress Warlord project. We also add a review of the new Campaign book: Mariana & Palau Islands. break music- Bing Crosby And The Andrew Sisters: Vict'ry Polka. Out music - Perry Como Long Ago (And Far Away). Thanks for listening…
 
we continue with part 2, in this part we talk to Jon Russell and review our favorite moments from the past 3 1/2 years of Bolt Action and podcasting. break music The Maginot Line, out music is our old lead in music Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition from episode 1 and 2 (don't listen to them please they're not that good actually)…
 
We're back since no one asked us to leave. Talking about hobby (or lack there of) and some special rules infantry units can get. After the break we talk about our WTC lists and what exactly we were thinking when we put them together. Break music The Spitfire Song - Sam Brown with Joe Loss Orchestra, out music Blitzkrieg Baby - Una Mae Carlisle. ENJ…
 
The boys sitting at home with little to do (much like the rest of the world), have a little chat about moving our games to the Tabletop Simulator and discuss at lengths a variety of special characters throughout the many Warlord Campaign books. As always hope you enjoy the music
 
When Arthur Conan Doyle first penned the Lost World in 1912 he envisioned a land that time had forgotten filled with wondrous beasts of mythology where danger lurked around every corner. What he could not have predicted was the one day Asylum would adapt his novel into a feature length film featuring a 200 foot monkey with only three frames of anim…
 
In the 26 years since Body Melt was made the Australian Film industry has produced seven new feature-length films assuming you include the digital remasters of the first two Mad Max films. Every single one of them was better than this one. With an emphasis on gore, exploding genitals, and sentient placenta, the film lurches from unwatchable to unvi…
 
A heady mix of late 80's gym culture and pre-internet computer-anxiety, Death Spa warns it's viewers that they will 'Sweat blood.' What they didn't mention is that we would also shit tears, fall asleep and become wildly incoherent in a special 3 am episode of the Snafu Revue that the Fat Film Fan described as 'broadly misjudged.' The film was bothe…
 
We're all back again now with the summer winding down, getting back into full hobby before the big Operation SNAFU this fall (sign up soon). We go over the usual plus talk about upcoming books and dream about the impending 3rd Ed, plus a look at the army of Romania - Cheers!
 
Shackled by the limitations of Super VGA grade CGI and monster movie destruction scenes significantly less impressive than films 30 years its senior Kraa fails on almost every level. But it's true moment of genius reveals itself 107 minutes into the movie when against all reasonable expectations it abruptly, mercifully, finishes three minutes short…
 
The CREW is back with some summer fun, the usual hobby talk, a little peek into the planning of OPERATION: SNAFU and the Recon Rumble. Plus a special treat, the first look of the new campaign book Korea. Break music: "South Korean Military Song", exit music: "I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo" - ENJOY!
 
This month we go over our current hobbies (of course), a little preview of the Recon Rumble and Operation SNAFU: A SNAFU too far. Tickets are on sale now November 22 - 24, sign up at http://www.renegadeopen.com/ We also recap the BugEater GT that Pat and Jeff were at, enjoy and sign up now!
 
The guys are back together to discuss Warlords latest campaign book: Fortress Budapest, but before that the usual hobby talk and a review of the Armies of Hungary before the campaign book added some much needed depth to the army. Hang on this one is long, hope you enjoy the music
 
In this episode, we review a film that was so difficult to find that we had to watch an old U.S import copy on VHS. Until recently, this film did not even have an Imbd page let alone a Wikipedia entry. We had to write that one ourselves. A made for tv movie dubbed for American audiences so that the characters sounded less northern then they really …
 
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