Versus a Wizard on the Moon and Mittens the Vampire Kitten

RadioBastard-TITLE-104

Hello prospective listener, thank you for your interest in the RadioBastard Podcast. Do you like Star Wars flashbacks, duplicitous robots, second hand LEGOS, living in a virtual world, 11 variations on a Boston accent, a little man with a big heart and the continued effort to keep Dan Harmon‘s pantry well stocked with the finest in name brand crackers? That’s fackin swell, because we’re talking all about those things and more on RadioBastard!

Also, do you like details? You’re in luck! Here’s something close to that… sort of! On the show this week, Jeremy, Jason and Blastr.com writer Matthew Jackson discuss: [read more>>]

Versus Romancing The Robo-Bone

BastardCast-099-TITLE

Good morning and welcome to Wake Up BastardCast! This morning, we’re talking to soap opera actor Duncan Dour about love scenes and crying in prison. Also, Kitty and Skot monkey arang with primate expert Ellis Geren and resident medium Tammy O’Neil communicates with dead confederate soldiers who want to confess their atrocities for a shot out of limbo.

Here’s a look at some of those stories: [read more>>]

Versus Tacos For Breakfast and The Transformers Of The Deep South

BastardCast-093-TITLE

This time on The BastardCast, Jeremy and Jason are joined by regional tag team dead lift champions Chris Cummins (Den of Geek US) and Matthew Jackson (Blastr) to pump up the show.

What do we talk about with our jowly and fur covered mouths that have worn the shame of gravy for longer than most men?

We talk about these things: [read more>>]

Versus A Chevy Chase, K-Stew and, Bigfoot Love Triangle

BastardCast-086-TITLE

They say that the laughter of a child is the world’s greatest sound so Jeremy and Jason finally sent out an invite to perpetual bratty teenager AJ Wiley and his legal guardian/handler/pimp Paul Smith from the Gobbledygeek Podcast and they suspiciously accepted.

Come for the dinosaur donkey punch, stay for the inhumane sleep deprivation and madness cackles because we recorded for 7 hours till the crack of dawn and this is the best 75 minutes of it.
On the show we… [read more>>]

Versus The Ballad Of Shia Baggins

nBC-429

After celebrating the New Year with nerf guns, emotional scarring, and Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo, Jeremy and Jason put on pants to start season 3 of The BastardCast.

On the show this time: [read more>>]

Versus Nicolas Cage, Canada and, the Truth About Taco Swords

nBC-427

This time on The Bastardcast, Jeremy and Jason thread each other’s eyebrows and discuss the Spider-Man evil cinematic universe of evil, the return of Community, and we gaze into our crystal skulls to look at the future of the Indiana Jones franchise. [read more>>]

Versus The Wrath of Con, Your #SDCC13 Reaction Show

bastardcast-sdcc2013-title

 This week on The Bastardcast, Jeremy and Jason go to San Diego Comic Con… in their minds, discussing all the con’s biggest news.

Superman/Batman? Yup, they’re talking about what (and who) the next Batman needs to be and if Zack Snyder can handle Batman’s “curves”.

Avengers 2: Age of Ultron? Of course! Joss Whedon‘s irrational fear of ants and cannon needs to be explored!

Speaking of the Marvel Movie Universe, Jason is concerned about a tear in the fabric of space and time should Magneto Prime bed Retro Magneto, and the fellows discuss Hugh Jackman, Matt Smith, Simon Pegg, and Bryan Cranston‘s penchant for cosplay and a new rule about comic convention etiquette, hash tag: Star Jarring.

Also on the show: The boys ponder which beloved sci-fi franchise they want JJ Abrams to befoul (hand on the glass JJ, you brought this on yourself), and did you believe that Kevin Smith was retiring? FOOL! Smith may want to make a movie about a man in a walrus suit called Tusk.

All of that, sad Dan Harmon, and some chatting about what SDCC is and what we were all not given, meaning real details and any news about a Flash movie, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and of course, WONDER WOMAN!

hardwick1_500

The BastardCast: Invisible overlords of the Hall H Shantytown since 2006.