With Raiders of the Lost Ark celebrating its 40th Anniversary this June, the IndyCast’s Joe Stuber and Keith Voss are here with a full length movie commentary featuring trivia, anecdotes and lots more!
In this special episode of the IndyCast celebrating Raiders of the Lost Ark’s 40th Anniversary, the IndyCast team hit Club Obi Wan to discuss the films impact and legacy plus we have a comprehensive report direct from the set of Indy 5 with Chris A live from Bamburgh Castle!
This episode we have more Indy 5 casting news, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is back with a Raiders Rant, we celebrate 2 IndyCast anniversaries, we tell you how to own Indy’s fedora, we have a Lost Delta update, more trivia, and more of your great emails!
Mike Matessino is a name you should know. This amazing soundtrack producer has led the restoration and release of a long list of amazing scores from John Williams and other composers. From E.T. to Close Encounters to Minority Report and How to Steal a Million, Mike’s amazing care and passion has given all of us the music to fill our soundtracks. Now he joins Laird and Ron for an amazing discussion about his background, his work on John Williams’ soundtracks and other projects and, of course, his thoughts on Indiana Jones.
In this epic IndyCast episode we talk Indy 5 casting news, artist Russell Walks, voice over actor Frank Welker and and lots more!
Indy gets the 4K treatment, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is back with a Raiders Rant, Joe & Keith speak with artist Dave Dorman, Disney artist Rob Pratt visits the Lost Delta, Ron gets trivial, Chris A has a Young Indy sneak peek and Double T’s returns with part one of his Crystal Skull review.
Look up in the sky! Superman Returns, Part 3! Two years ago fellow IndyCaster and Comic Book Central master, Joe Stuber, joined Ron and Laird for an epic two-part journey through the Donner-era Superman films. Now Joe returns for a deeper listen to the original Superman The Movie as the trio of heroes compare what might have been – from deleted scenes to alternate takes, all with an ear to the perfect superhero composer, John Williams.
This episode Indy 5 gets some well-deserved love, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is back, we speak with Crazy magazine’s Bob Camp and Paul Kupperberg and lots more!
Laird & Ron return to wish John Williams a very happy 89th birthday! And they are celebrating with tracks from the past 60 years of the Maestro’s music. Plus news of new releases, one of which is free to download for everyone! [In Stereo]
This episode Indiana Mic chats with artist Mark Raats, a new Indy video game is announced, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is puzzled, Joe and Keith get Cracked, we have trivia, an IJ in the UK update and more of your great emails!