Nerd culture enthusiasts in the American Southwest discuss their interests in video games, movies, board games, comics, Rambo/Predator slash fiction and all other topics that relate to the lives of these thirty-something centaurs.
This week the boys of Red Six are moved by the music when Alexandra Bohannon joins the cast to discuss movie scores. Alexandra carries a special fondness for music used in unison with film or video games to elevate the medium. Alex brings this passion for music to bear with Sound Trek, a score analysis segment on the Cinematic Schematic Podcast. This week the gang was not tasked with discussing the the best scores of cinema history but challenged to find the worst soundtracks of all time. It is a Titanic mess of music that will give you disco scurvy AND leave you buggin’. Do not miss it! Also this week’s Issue introduces a new game of New Year’s Resolution riddles that will frustrate any Hobbit or Gollum. This week’s Issue has it all. Laughs, tears, trolls, anger, and awkward 90s rap. You can’t lose!
A special thanks to Alex for coming out and recording with us. We promise next time it will be a less cringe inducing topic. You can hear Alexandra discuss scores that are worth your listen on Sound Trek, part of the Cinematic Schematic podcast.
This week the boys from Red Six take on a variety of topics in a Issue fit for a comedy entertainment battle royal. From the 7th Hell of customer service to the heroic heights of the Hearthstone World Championship. Black Clover, Aliens, Alexa, Wet Dogs, and David Harbor are all on the docket for this bed wetting packed Issue from Red Six to Golden Corral!
This week the boys from Red Six to Golden Corral honor the heroes and events in mmorpgs that will live forever etched in the annals of gamer history. From boisterous Leeroy Jenkins to clandestine assassinations of Eve Online. From Vader visiting the 203rd to the opening of the gates of Ahn’Qiraj. The famous and the infamous all covered in this packed Issue of Red Six. Though that is just a part of the fun as the boys take a look at the news coming from the ever awkward world of sex robots! Plus a nail biting movie game featuring the works of James Earl Jones.
The new year is upon us and the boys from Red Six have emerged from their fallout shelter to face the aftermath from 2017. Having sacrificed their movie going experiences upon the altar of 2017’s scifi and superhero films, the boys are in desperate need of a refresher on the good films they missed. Through dark demonic arts and social media the boys contacted film critic Louis Fowler to help them with the task. Is Louis up to the challenge of helping our dear sweet idiots find more to watch at the cinema than expectation subverting Jedi and hammer wielding Asgardians?! Find out is this hilariously dark humored issue of Red Six to Golden Corral!
Special thanks to Louis Fowler for coming out to the woods with us to record a podcast and share his love for movies with us. Wanting to know more about one of Louis’ movie picks? All the movies Louis spoke about on this podcast are also featured in his article, ‘Louis Fowler’s Top Films of 2017’, written for Red Dirt Report.
This week the boys from Red Six are back to talk about the King of Monsters, Godzilla. Run for your lives as the gang discusses their first encounters with the terror of Tokyo! Straight from Monster Island, a review of the first two films in the franchise. Comparing both the original Japanese Gojira (’54) and the American version, Godzilla King of the Monsters (’55) to discover the many variations between the films. From reworked plot and dialogue to the addition of completely new characters the variation between movies is substantial! Grab your oxygen destroyers and get ready for a city wide smash of a good podcast!
This week the crew of Red Six to Golden Corral reconnect with their first love, Star Wars. It’s been years since they have returned to the galaxy, will their love be as strong as it was for Force Awakens or will The Last Jedi leave them like Owen and Beru, burned and withered husks? The boys have a variety of feelings and thoughts about Star Wars: Episove VIII but you’ll have to listen to find out who treads the path of light or dark. All that and Porg fleshlights on another rumpus talk of Oklahoma’s #2 Star Wars podcast named Red Six to Golden Corral. Also be sure to listen for a special Holiday Season’s Finale to the Movie Game, Caleb’s high-born Christmas party, and Nick beginning his annual dark crusade against Christmas!
This week the crew of Red Six to Golden Corral is joined by writer, radio host, activist, comedian and friend Louis Fowler. It’s a spinning tea cups ride as the gang whirls around a myriad of different topics from writing movie reviews to Snape’s hidden cache of Nazi gold. A conversation that explores honest moments of self realization and offensively dark humor that will leave you laughing the whole time. Louis Fowler has written regularly for over 100 different magazine and newspapers over the past two decades, as well as having been the host of the award-winning DAMAGED Hearing radio show in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Hideo Kojima’s new trailer for Death Stranding has fans cheering. For what we are not entirely sure. It is nice to finally see babies getting work in action horror video games though.
This week the crew of Red Six to Golden Corral is joined by the lovable Michael Cross from the Okie Geek Podcast. It’s phasers set on nerd awesomeness as the gang goes into a Star Trek deep dive! Michael brings his love of Trek as the boys talk their favorite moments, history, and captains from one of the great pillars of Science Fiction.
Temba, his arms wide! In Tamarian this signifies the giving of a gift, first heard in the excellent episode Darmok. Data & Picard is my tribute to one of the greatest TV series of all time. It is an original track featuring the voices of Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and Commander Data (Brent Spiner), accompanied by a music video I shot entirely in my living room with a green screen and lights.
The track opens with the Klingon Victory Song, followed by a remix of Data singing Che Gelida Manina in the episode ‘In Theory’. This episode was the first ever to be directed by Patrick Stewart and I didn’t realize this until after the track was finished.
I sourced the Ben Nye makeup that was used to turn Spiner into Data, and a replica of the iconic Star Fleet uniform. Unfortunately I couldn’t get the contact lenses in and I could only get the uniform in red, so I spent a huge amount of time changing the colour of my eyes and uniform in post.
The video was shot in Slog 4k ProRes HQ using a Sony A7SII and an Atomos Ninja Flame. Lights included 3x Arri 800w Tungstens, 2x Socanland LED banks to light the screen, and one 2000w Blonde to simulate sunlight. BIG thanks to the guys at HD Rentals in Perth for helping me out.
This week the boys from Red Six to Golden Corral look forward to next month’s release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. As the excitement for the film’s release date becomes wild, so do the theories and speculations surrounding the story to be told in Jedi. The gang takes a moment to discuss some of the plausible and outlandish theories they could find on the internet. From Rey and Ren being twins separated at birth to Snoke’s hidden reveal as the mutilated pear from Attack of the Clones. Also in this jam packed issue are excited twists to EA’s Star Wars Battlefront 2 microtransaction debacle! Did Red Six have a part to play in EA’s latest decision?! No, of course not. Will we lie and said we did? Yes, we will! Don’t miss an exciting Willie Winnipeg Finale with a twist ending so shocking that you will know this is hyperbole!
Also be sure to check out this Issue to hear the winner announced for Red Six’s Thanks-For-Listneing-Giveaway Contest! Your name could have been chosen to win a SNES Classic just in time for the holidays!
This week the crew of Red Six reveal the movie soundtracks that shaped their young adult lives. From the Seattle fueled songs of the Singles soundtrack to the nostalgia inducing Fright Night OST. Corporate curated compilations for cash to the Director inspired mix tapes that drove the back bones of the film, the movie soundtracks creates all kinds but for good or not they were bought en masse by the boys from Red Six. Join us as we go over a few and see if any of your favorite movie soundtracks make the cut!
Also we are continuing our run of t-shirts! A new shirt design with a spin on the classic Red Six logo that looks pretty dashing in blue! Thanks to Teespring we have setup up all proceeds to go directly to the Extra Life charity.
A little about the Extra Life Charity Extra Life unites thousands of gamers around the world to play games in support of their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Since its inception in 2008, Extra Life has raised more than $30 million for sick and injured kids. Sign up today and dedicate a day of play for kids in your community!