Monday, 21 May 2018

E14 Endorsed: Talk Star Wars Episode 119 - Let The Past Die

In Episode 119 of the Talk Star Wars Podcast, Rob is moving forwards once more, as he is joined by friend and colleague (and new TSW host) Brad Harmer-Barnes! In the episode, we talk about Jon Favreau's new TV project details, the announcement this week regarding Celebration 2019 and tackle some listener questions about the upcoming Solo movie as well as some questions designed to get to know Brad.

Connect with Talk Star Wars on social media by following @Talkstarwars on Twitter and Instagram, searching Talk Star Wars on Facebook or any good podcatcher. Don't forget to check out the Star Wars Commonwealth podcast network!


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The official podcast of TalkStarWars.co.uk The latest Star Wars, Rogue One, Episode VIII and Star Wars Rebels news and rumour.

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Friday, 18 May 2018

The Crazy Train Podcast: Episode 67 - "The Gift That Keeps Giving...Once"

Rob is joined by Blake Harmer to talk Victorian Bane, conspiracy theories and pop culture weddings on The Crazy Train!

We get a bunch of listener questions, including from listener Jeremy!

In this episode:

  • Blake gets confused by comic book characters!
  • From Number 1 Superfan Paul J - Q: What is your favourite conspiracy theory?
  • From Jeremy - Q: If you were to have a pop culture themed wedding, what would you have?

Get On Board!

You can find out more about the guys below!

If you want to give us your thoughts on the subjects we talk about, ask us questions or even suggest topics for us to talk about, you can contact us by email using podcast@emotionally14.com, tweet @emotionally14 or find us on the Emotionally14 Facebook page!

Intro music: "Outlaw", by Deon Van Heerden. Find out more about Deon's music at Deonvanheerden.com!

We are part of the Brit Pod Scene podcast collective, a group of British podcasts working together to help each other improve and grow. Check it out on Twitter by searching #BritPodScene!


About The Crazy Train

Welcome aboard The Crazy Train - Emotionally14's flagship podcast dedicated to one theme: there are no rails. Ever.

Encompassing a wide range of subjects, from movies to TV to gaming, we'll give you a piece of our minds even if there's nothing in them, and you'll bloody love it.

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Thursday, 17 May 2018

E14 Endorsed: The Nerd Room Episode #119 - Solo World Premiere, SW Cinematic Universe?

Join host Tim, Troy, and Sunjay to discuss the Solo: A Star Wars Story world premiere and the possibility of a Star Wars Cinematic Universe! The guys also breakdown the week in Nerd News including: Comicbook TV show renewals, Avengers: Infinity War Box Office Update, Deadpool 2 anticipation, the death of Flashpoint, and answer some listener questions.

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Tuesday, 15 May 2018

E14 Endorsed: TumblingSaber Podcast Episode 126 - The Power Of Persuasion

It's a landmark episode of the TumblingSaber podcast as a new co-host joins the crew as they chat about the early reactions to Solo: A Star Wars Story, Jon Favreau's series in the Star Wars timeline, an Obi-Wan standalone coming closer to reality, and a whole lot more!

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Kyle | Cory | Carlos | Michelle

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Thanks for listening to the podcast! See you next week!


TumblingSaber Podcast
A Star Wars Podcast

Fandom rises, and a podcast to meet it! TumblingSaber is a Star Wars podcast by fans, for fans! We talk films, TV, comics, novels, toys, and much more!

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Monday, 14 May 2018

Fire When Ready: Star Wars Legion Wave One Unboxing and Review

Today on "Fire When Ready", Brad and Ian take a look at the Wave One expansions for Star Wars: Legion! To aid them in this, they are joined by Emotionally14 colleague Rob Wade!

What will the guys make of the Wave One expansions?




Saturday, 12 May 2018

The E14 Gamecast - Episode 41: "Online Multipodcaster Mode"

On this episode of The E14 Gamecast, Rob and Blake join together by remote means, and have a chat about videogames!

If you want to give us your thoughts on the games we talk about, ask us questions or even suggest topics for us to talk about, you can contact us by email using podcast@emotionally14.com, tweet @emotionally14 or find us on the Emotionally14 Facebook page! For our gaming videos, check out the E14 Plays Playlist on YouTube!

Rob is on Twitter @RobWadeVision, Blake is at @FuckSakeBlake and you can always follow E14 @Emotionally14!

The E14 Gamecast theme is courtesy of Deon Van Heerden, and you can find out all about him at DeonVanHeerden.com!


About The E14 Gamecast

A place to find the gaming content for Emotionally14. We'll talk reviews, excitement, upcoming releases - Hell, we'll even play a few! If gaining perspective on Team E14's gaming habits is your bag, this is the place you can get that fix!

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Thursday, 10 May 2018

E14 Endorsed: The Nerd Room Episode #118 - Infinity War, May the 4th, AM&W Trailer

From The Editor: Emotionally14 is pleased to announce the second podcast to be incorporated into the E14 Endorsed podcast family, those fine gentlemen over at The Nerd Room! Talking Marvel, Star Wars and DC, the boys are exactly my sort of people and I'm sure you will love them!

Join hosts Tim and Sunjay as they continue to discuss the fallout from Avengers: Infinity War, including the new Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer! The guys also talk about their May the 4th and Free Comic Book Day experiences, DC’s new streaming service, and answer some listener questions!

WARNING: Heavy Infinity War SPOILERS between 21:51-40:25 and light SPOILERS between 40:25-45:30.

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Aaron’s Spoiler-Free Review of LFO

Scandinavian independent filmmakers are like tenors: you can think of a couple that you know are good by proxy, or you just don’t know any other ones, so you stick to your go-to names (which for me, is usually the troupe of Dogme 95). Now, however, I (and now you) have Antonio Tublen to add to our arsenals! Everybody wins! Huzzah!

LFO is about a down-and-out, mentally unstable man, who's a bit of a loser. In his basement of synthesizers and gizmos, he realises he can hypnotise people using a new sound frequency he stumbles upon, and with new neighbours turning up he has himself a perfect set of guinea pigs.

Now, on first glimpse, it may seem to some that LFO isn’t for everybody, and sure, it probably isn’t, but man oh man do I urge you to give this dark comedy a whirl because it really didn’t disappoint.

Though this film seems somewhat silly (and it is), there is quite a deep and touching meaning behind it all that can be picked up on in even the earliest scenes, and though that is the driving narrative, it doesn’t steer away or dull down the fun (and somewhat morbid) storyline either that comes with it.

Sure, this is no cinematic masterpiece as far as technicality is concerned. It certainly hasn’t picked up an abundance of awards and shit, but for me that’s what makes this film absolute class. It’s so minimalist and modest that all can be forgiven where shoe-string budgets and a tiny cast/crew are concerned.

Of course, like most films, this one isn’t without it’s flaws (unlike Predator which is perfect in every single way), by serving us up a couple of plot holes here and there and what have you, but given the “quality” and all-round cheekiness of the film, it’s easy to forgive and forget and just move on from it. Sure, the acting isn’t that great either, and the direction is somewhat sub-par at best, but for this sort of style of indie single-set location film, all it needs (and provides) is a few actors in a room with a camera pointed at them as they drive our story forward and get up to their wacky endeavours for us to chuckle at, whilst also simultaneously making us feel our feelings.

With that said, for me, this is an absolute knockout from start to finish. It’s hilarious, original and just the right amount of dark. It’s quirky, deep, and doesn’t try to take on too much by trying to be more than it is, and it just is what it is.

Aaron's Spoiler-Free Rating: A film that’s as fun as it is cheap. – 8.5/10


Aaron James Waters is a best-selling Pulp Fiction writer who has written more books than he's actually read.

He's also the rotten apple of the group who thinks this whole Star Wars thing needs to hurry up and die already.

You can find Aaron's debut novel on Amazon!





Tuesday, 8 May 2018

E14 Endorsed: TumblingSaber Podcast Episode 125 - Fortune & Glory

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In the 125th episode of the TumblingSaber podcast, Kyle, Cory and Carlos talk about:

  • Solo ticket presales projecting a record-setting Memorial Day weekend!
  • Finn's growing out his hair for episode IX...why?
  • Should Lucasfilm follow Marvel's template in the future?
  • Taking an early stab at episode IX's title

All this, and more in yet another edition of the TumblingSaber podcast!

If you enjoyed the podcast, be sure to share it with your friends. If you want to reach out to us to express just how dumb we are, you can find each of us on Twitter:

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  • Participation in our monthly giveaways!
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  • Early access to Journals of the Whilling!
  • Early access, and a guest spot in Worthy of Recognition!

Thanks for listening to the podcast! See you next week!


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Monday, 7 May 2018

Brick Fury - Star Trek Away Team Heroclix Gameplay - Brad vs Ian

Let's Play Heroclix!

The boys at Brick Fury are back!

In this episode, Brad and Ian are the combatants in a Star Trek Away Team Heroclix game, with commentary provided by Dave and Blake! Who will emerge victorious?

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Check out all the stuff the guys are doing on Instagram with the hashtag #brickfuryheroclix!



Friday, 4 May 2018

The Crazy Train Podcast - Episode 66: "A Two Hour Trailer?!"

Rob is joined by Blake Harmer via the magic of Internet!

We get a bunch of listener questions, including from listener Jeremy!

In this episode:

  • Rob has been on a trip!
  • From Rob Deane - Q: Some films are just better in the cinema. What are the best big-screen movies?
  • From Number 1 Superfan Paul J - Q: Which sequels do you guys think were better than the original films?
  • Classic Or Not: Jurassic Park?

Get On Board!

You can find out more about the guys below!

If you want to give us your thoughts on the subjects we talk about, ask us questions or even suggest topics for us to talk about, you can contact us by email using podcast@emotionally14.com, tweet @emotionally14 or find us on the Emotionally14 Facebook page!

Intro music: "Outlaw", by Deon Van Heerden. Find out more about Deon's music at Deonvanheerden.com!

We are part of the Brit Pod Scene podcast collective, a group of British podcasts working together to help each other improve and grow. Check it out on Twitter by searching #BritPodScene!


About The Crazy Train

Welcome aboard The Crazy Train - Emotionally14's flagship podcast dedicated to one theme: there are no rails. Ever.

Encompassing a wide range of subjects, from movies to TV to gaming, we'll give you a piece of our minds even if there's nothing in them, and you'll bloody love it.

Where will the Crazy Train go?

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Thursday, 3 May 2018

Aaron's Spoiler-Free Review Of Ghost House

The title says it all, really. Or does it? Mwa ha ha ha ha haaa!

Right, anyway. Saw this as I was scrolling about and thought “Hmm, this is new!” and decided to throw caution to the wind and have at it. What’s the worst that could happen, right? Where’s the harm? Well, that was my undoing, Blake, let me tell ya!

Because I found myself going through an excruciating 90 minutes or so knowing exactly what was going to happen, what was going to be said, and what would then happen subsequently. Now, put it down to old Aaron watching far too many horror films (which is ludicrous if you ask me; perish the thought!), but it was literally a play-by-play of modern horror ghost movies.

The film is set in Thailand where two American tourists (I know, but stay with me) meet up with a couple of British geezers who then, after a night on the town, take them to this graveyard time thing where they desecrate what is known as a ghost house (it’s like a bird house, only it’s for ghosts), which then, of course, brings on a pissed-off ghost, which is the last thing you want spoiling your holidays.

Now, the basic idea of this film (which like most ghost stories) is something that is pretty good, but then completely naffs it when it comes to the rest of the film. It’s almost as though someone came up with a great idea, and then when that idea only filled ten pages and they said “Sorry, we need at least 80 more of these”, they just decided to stick on a bunch of other ghost films and literally stole from them.

I think it’s such a shame when this happens, because this had all the mustard it needed to be a classy and original film (even more so if those cinematic horror geniuses in the Far East got their spectacular mitts on it first, coz dems bitches knows hows to make a cracking ghost story and no mistake). Unfortunately, it just seemed to cherry-pick scenes from other films, and to the point where (and I’m not exaggerating) I was saying to my friend at the time “I bet he’s going to say…” and “I bet when he…” and “I bet when she turns around…” all the way through (seriously, don’t watch films with me, I’m a nightmare), and I was bang on the money every time. That’s how bad it got.

Aaron's Spoiler-Free Rating: It's a shame, because the potential was there. Unfortunately, as you & I well know, what a film could have been, and what a film becomes, are two very different things. – 3/10


Aaron James Waters is a best-selling Pulp Fiction writer who has written more books than he's actually read.

He's also the rotten apple of the group who thinks this whole Star Wars thing needs to hurry up and die already.

You can find Aaron's debut novel on Amazon!