They say war is hell...will this movie be any better? Probably not, because this episode the gents watched USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage, starring Nicholas Cage and Tom Sizemore, and directed by Mario Van Peebles. Tune in to hear Matt & Dave laugh about whether this movie sinks or swims, whether it's worth your time, and find out what they'll be watching next!
Matt and Dave are back with another game review! This time they don their tunics as they join the legion in Ryse: Son of Rome, which is free all month on Xbox Live (sorry if you're listening to this after April). Will this game *rise* to the occasion, or fall like a bloated and corrupt Rome? Tune in to find out what we thought, and whether the game will be worth your time!
Join Matt & Dave as they check out Absent, a free point and click adventure game from Steam. Absent was a 2013 release from FNGames, about a college student who is pulled into a mystery following the disappearance of a fellow student. Should you click through this game, or point your cursor elsewhere? Tune in to find out! And for our next episode, we'll be picking up Ryse: Son of Rome, which will be a free game of the month for Xbox gold members. Join in, and as always, hit us up on Facebook at Digital Dumpster Diving or on Twitter @The3DCast!
What goes around comes around, and it's finally happened to Dave and Matt. The boys call it in the ring, and ended up discussing 2015's Circle (available for streaming on Netflix) for your listening enjoyment. Also, this episode features a first for the podcast. That's gotta be a positive thing, right? Tune in to find out!
Christmas, New Years, Valentines, St. Patrick's Day, and many more become creepy and disturbing in this anthology of Holiday based horror. Will Matt and Dave be celebrating Holidays? Tune in to hear, and whether or not this might be a new tradition to start in your household. And, for our next adventure, check out The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.
Who are you, and why are you listening to us? Oh, forgive us, we just watched Embers, a 2015 film about the remaining people on earth after a rampant disease wiped out people's ability to remember just about anything. Was the movie worth remembering? Listen in to find out. And yes, this is one we recommend listening to before you watch...just sayin'.
Join Matt & Dave in a two-game review this week! They checked out Moirai and Mandagon this episode. Moirai was created by Chris Johnson, Brad Barrett, & John Oestman. Mandagon was a Steam Greenlight game from Blind Sky Studios, released in August 2016. Did they find trash, treasure, or a little bit of both?
Next episode they'll be watching Embers (2015) on Netflix! Join in for the festivities!
Matt and Dave had a blast at CES, and are back delving through dumpsters to find something good. This episode, they had a little help from a friend with a recommendation for ARQ, available on Netflix. It feels a bit like cheating, since this is a Netflix original, and they've done generally good work, so we've raised the bar with this episode. Does it meet our exacting standards? Do we have standards at all, at this point? Tune in to find out! Also, for our next episode, we'll be doing a gaming twofer with Moirai and Mandagon, both available for free on Steam, and both are relatively short games, so however you fancy them, they won't eat up too much of your time.
Happy New Year! We made it through 2016, but did Matt and Dave make it through Troll Hunter? Well, obviously someone is still around to publish the podcast, but maybe this is just found footage...tune in to find out! As a side note, we recorded this episode a week early, so that we'd still have an episode for you fine folks, while we're off in Las Vegas covering the Consumer Electronics Show! Keep an eye on MightyInkComics.com and AgentsofGame.com for full coverage of our hijinks! As always, if you have any recommendations of games and movies you think we should give some love, let us know @The3DCast on twitter or Digital Dumpster Diving on Facebook and everywhere else. Spoilers - for next episode, Matt and Dave will be reviewing ARQ, available on Netflix.
Matt and Dave escaped A Christmas Horror Story, but the nightmares still linger. Was this movie trash, treasure, or somewhere in-between? A Christmas Horror Story is available to *enjoy* on Netflix, and stars William Shatner, Adrian Holmes, and others, feel free to listen to our spoiler-free reviews to see if this is worth watching, and enjoy our full spoilerific review to see what we thought, and what you might have missed.
And for our next episode, we'll be watching Troll Hunter, on Netflix, recommended by listeners like you? Have a game or movie you think we should give some time to? Let us know!
Also, enjoy our coverage of the 50th annual Consumer Electronics Show at mightyinkcomics.com, agentsofgame.com, and maybe bonus coverage at digitaldumpsterdiving.com.