The Sequelcast Network features the Sequelcast, Video Game Sequelcast, Sequelcast Special, SequelCommentary, and Video Game Sequelcast Special podcasts. Visit our website at www.sequelcast.com. The Sequelcast is now part of the Battleship Pretension Podcast Fleet.

Hosted by Mat Bradley-Tschirgi and William Thrasher, the podcasts on the Sequelcast Network look at movies and video games in franchises.

The theme songs to the Sequelcast, Sequelcast Special, and SequelCommentary podcasts are written and performed by Marc With a C . The Sequelcast is a proud member of the Battleship Pretension Podcast Fleet.

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Mat and Thrasher discuss Saw IV in this episode of the Sequelcast podcast. Darren Lynn Bousman (Repo! The Genetic Opera) directs the last of his trifecta of Saw films. More cribbing from the past filcks continues. The twist is temporal like in Saw II, the passive hero wanders through trap rooms like in Saw III, and someone wakes up in a bathtub like in Saw. One of the more hated films of the series, and with good reason. Get past episodes of the Sequelcast at sequelcast.com

Mat thrills to the news that Paul Reubens mentioned a new Pee Wee Herman movie is very close to being announced. Thrasher dances at plans for Guillermo del Toro to work on two more Pacific Rim films. Mat curses the banality of the film Ender's Game despite liking the book as a teen. Thrasher regales listeners with a story of listening to an impromptu live performance by nerdcore group 2d6 at a party at Con on the Cob

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Mat and Thrasher discuss Saw III in this episode of the Sequelcast podcast. The traps keep on coming in this tale of redemption as Jeff (Angus Macfadyen) confronts people directly and indirectly involved with the death of his son. More of Jigsaw's (Tobin Bell) past is also revealed. Get past episodes of the Sequelcast podcast at sequelcast.com

Mat lists off Warner Bros. large upcoming slate of flicks based off various DC Comics characters to get Thrasher's reaction. Thrasher touches on the rumors that Captain America 3 will feature elements from Marvel's Civil War story arc. Mat enjoys an episode of Comic Book Men featuring Lou Ferrigno as a personal trainer for Brian. Thrasher loves all the subtleties in Garth Marenghi's Darkplace.  

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Mat and Thrasher discuss Saw II in this episode of the Sequelcast podcast. Featuring more traps and gore than before, this sequel toned down the police procedural aspect of the original. Donnie Wahlberg (Dreamcatcher) is the big star this time around. He stares into a monitor and breathes heavily for most of the flick. Get past episodes of the Sequelcast at sequelcast.com

Mat talks about the James Franco directed documentary Saturday Night. It covers the making of an older Saturday Night Live episode that features John Malkovich as the guest. Thrasher trashes Dead Silence, James Wan's dummy of a follow-up to Saw. Mat appreciates Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa for its structure more than its comedy. Thrasher enjoys the pilot for the new Flash TV series. 

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Mat, Thrasher, and special guest Ryan Hoss (Founder/Webmaster for Super Mario Bros. The Movie Archive) discuss Saw in this episode of the Sequelcast podcast. Director James Wan (Insidious: Chapter 2) and screenwriter/actor Leigh Whannell (Death Sentence) were friends in film school. Their first feature length collaboration, Saw, bore a franchise with a whopping seven films. Where else can you see Cary Elwes (Liar Liar) grovel and get electrocuted? Get past episodes of the podcast at sequelcast.com

Ryan talks about finally getting into Dexter. He also had the chance to see Kevin Smith's new film Tusk and mentions its clashing tones of comedy and horror. Mat and Thrasher give brief impressions of the season premieres of Gotham and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Ryan also mentions some work he's been doing for the upcoming UK Blu-ray release of Super Mario Bros. The Movie

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Mat, Thrasher, and special guest Kurt Kalata (founder of Hardcore Gaming 101) discuss the early Castlevania video games in this episode of the Video Game Sequelcast podcast. They also chat about his new book Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: Castlevania

The following Castlevania video games are discussed: Castlevania, Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, Castlevania: The Adventure, Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge, Castlevania Legends, Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Castlevania: Bloodlines, Castlevania Chronicles, and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

Mat and Kurt nerd out on video game soundtracks like Chrono Trigger Arranged Version: The Brink of Time and SING!! Sega Game Music presented by B.B. Queens. Thrasher talks about how much he enjoyed playing Mario Kart 8 on the Wii U. 

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Mat and Thrasher discuss Addams Family Reunion in this episode of the Sequelcast podcast. Raul Julia (Street Fighter) died shortly after the release of Addams Family Values. This direct-to-video flick premiered on the Fox Family cable TV station. Tim Curry (Gingerclown) tries to fill Julia's shoes, but fails by giving a performance that's too restrained (!!). Daryl Hannah (Vice) is more successful as Morticia. The plot involves mistaken identity at a family reunion. The film combines elements of the plot from The Addams Family and Addams Family Values on a tight budget, and it shows. Get past episodes of the podcast at www.sequelcast.com

Mat discusses FarSight Studios' Kickstarter to bring The Addams Family pinball game based on the first film to home consoles, mobile devices, PC, and Mac. Thrasher praises the last few episodes of Season 10 of Red Dwarf. Mat enjoys the first episode of Season 2 of American Horror Story for its period setting and moody lighting. 

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Mat, Thrasher, and Jersey Jason discuss Addams Family Values in this episode of the Sequelcast. Most of the cast and crew returns from the first film for this sequel. Taking on an even darker comedic bent than the first, part of the plot revolves around Fester falling in love with a serial killer. Wednesday and Pugsley go to summer camp. Gomez and Morticia deal with their new baby, Pubert. Although critically acclaimed (rare for a sequel), the film was a financial dissapointment. Check out past episodes of the Sequelcast podcast at www.sequelcast.com

Mat, Thrasher, and Jersey Jason discuss the look of the new Batmobile from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and how it brings influences from Batman Forever and The Dark Knight into one weird design. Thrasher approves of Bill Murray approving of the rumored concept that the new Ghostbusters squad could be an all female cast. Jersey Jason enjoyed Edge of Tomorrow for its humor. Mat finds Spoils of Babylon a curio in the vein of Casa De Mi Padre. Thrasher approves of the final season of Red Dwarf

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Mat, Thrasher, and Jersey Jason discuss The Addams Family in this episode of the Sequelcast podcast. Based on a TV show that was based on a popular series of comics by Charles Addams from The New Yorker, The Addams Family details a case of mistaken identity (or is it?) when a con-man pretends to be the long lost Uncle Fester. The directorial debut of Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black 3), this flick had a sick sense of humor best demonstrated in the numerous one-liners from Wednesday, played by Christina Ricci (The Smurfs 2). Check out past episodes of the Sequelcast at www.sequelcast.com

Mat wonders if the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man spin-off flick Venom will be any good. Thrasher raves about some recent test footage that popped up online from Who Framed Roger Rabbit? They all applaud Katey Sagal and Mel Brooks getting stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 

Jason and Mat quibble about the ending to Guardians of the Galaxy. Mat enjoys I Am Road Comic. Jason recommends its earlier companion film, I Am Comic. Jason also enjoys the recent Doug Benson comedy documentary The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled

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Thrasher and Jersey Jason provide an audio commentary for Street Fighter in this episode of the SequelCommentary podcast. 

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Mat and Thrasher discuss the Professor Layton video games for the Nintendo DS and 3DS in this episode of the Video Game Sequelcast podcast: Professor Layton and the Curious Village (DS); Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box (DS); Professor Layton and the Unwound Future (DS); Professor Layton and the Last Specter (DS); Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask (3DS); Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy (3DS); and Layton Brothers: Mystery Room (iOS). Download more episodes of the podcast at www.sequelcast.com

Mat and Thrasher also chat about replaying Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II in preparation for the upcoming release of Dragon Age: Inquisition for the PS3, 360, Xbox One, and PS4. Thrasher heaps brick upon brick of praise onto Lego Marvel Heroes. Mat goes crazy for Warriors Orochi 3 with its beat-em-up gameplay wrought large with a time travel plot. 

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