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ATR #102 – The lost episode with Tim, Jess, and Damien!

Episode 102 was resurrected from the ashes of a corrupted memory card & brought to you this week! This episode was recorded the weekend of Emerald City Comic Con 2018 with Tim, “The People’s Critic” and Jess, and Damien from “The Curly Nerd Podcast”.

ATR #84 – #NoShameNovember/ Captain Collaboration

The annual tradition of #NoShameNovember is upon us once again! The time of the year when we admit our guilty pleasures in a “safe space”. This year I was joined by some of my best friends, Tim Hall, Damien Randle, and Jess O’Brien.

ATR #76: New York City ComicCon 2017 & Blade Runner 2049!

New York City, we out here! John travelled to the big apple and hung out with Jess and Damien from “The Curly Nerd”podcast while attending New York ComicCon 2017! After that they all talk about “Blade Runner 2049”.

ATR #70: Patti Cake$, The Tick, The Defenders

New Jersey rappers, giant blue men, and an unlikely team of heroes are themes for this episode! John is joined once again by Damien Randle as they discuss the new indie film “Patti Cake$”, before moving on “The Tick” and “The Defenders” TV shows.

ATR #68: Seattle 48 Hour Film Project & Annabelle: Creation

Celebrating local Seattle talent is a main focus of this episode as we cover the Seattle 48 Hour Film Project, plus interviews with Krk Nordenstrom and Angela DiMarco! Then Damien joins as a guest host to break down the films and “Annabelle: Creation”. 

ATR #36: 2017 remakes and remixes w/ The Curly Nerd podcast!

Joining That Guy Named John on this week’s episode is the dynamic duo of Jess and Damien from The Curly Nerd podcast! They talk about a bunch of upcoming movie/ Tv remakes and reboots happening in 2017. With their powers combined, they are …… “Captain Collaboration”!

ATR #21: Director Spotlight – Christopher Nolan

On this special collaboration episode, That Guy Named John is joined by the creators and hosts of The Curly Nerd podcast; Jess O’Brien and Damien Randle. They shine a spotlight on one of the best directors of this generation: Christopher Nolan.