Everything

Parenting, Hollow Knight, Red Dead Redemption 2, and The Haunting of Hill House

Everything is a spoiler-heavy podcast. We talk about all aspects of whatever we are discussing and do not announce or avoid spoilers in any way.


In this episode of Everything Justin tries to figure out why his daughter won’t talk to him. Keith tries to defend Hollow Knight and The Haunting of Hill House from Justin’s irrational hatred, and shares his experiences with Red Dead Redemption 2 and revisiting Inside within our current political climate. They close the show with a quick run through of all the music they’ve been listening to over the past few months.


If you have any questions or suggestions, you can contact Justin at his website.

You can follow Keith on Twitter @ThingsComeRight.

Justin also hosts a movie review podcast with his daughters called elephant & giraffe.

The music heard throughout this episode is Hang On To Your Echo by Johnny Hawaii.

Project Veritas, Norf Norf, and The Witness

Everything is a spoiler-heavy podcast. We talk about all aspects of whatever we are discussing and do not announce or avoid spoilers in any way.

In this episode of Everything Justin and Keith start off with a discussion on the current political climate and James O'Keefe's first two Project Veritas videos. After that they dissect the Norf Norf reaction video from a very distraught mother. A brief discussion of The Witness followed by Keith's recommendation of the iOS game Trick Shot wraps the show up.

Project Veritas - 00m 00s

Mom Rants About Vince Staples "Norf Norf" Lyrics - 35m 12s

The Witness - 58m 50s

Trick Shot - 01h 12m 21s


If you have any questions or suggestions, you can email Justin at: gjblizzard@gmail.com

You can subscribe to Everything in the iTunes store, or the Google Play store.

Any additional information can be found at EIPodcast.com.

You can follow the show on Twitter @EIPodcasts. Keith can be found on Twitter, @ThingsComeRight, and Letterboxd, Felix Demarco. Justin hosts a movie review podcast with his daughters called elephant & giraffe.

The music for the show is performed by Johnny Hawaii.

John Wick, Jurassic World, and Vince Staples

In this episode of Everything Justin and Keith prematurely settle their Self/Less bet with the promise of a new challenge. Justin talks about the documentary Fed Up, but spends most of the conversation wondering how people can watch things in their beds without falling asleep. They also discuss the Keanu Reeves movie John Wick, and try to figure out what the appeal of watching an hour and a half of shooting people in the head is. Keith talks about Slow West, and questions some of the decision making skills of its characters. The two then discuss the summer blockbuster Jurassic World. Keith followed up last week's faux-recommendation by listening to Vince Staples' new album Summertime '06, but quickly loses his way when he stumbles into a Miguel leg trap. They close the show by discussing Hearthstone and Destiny's grinding mechanics, and they try to figure out just how manipulative Donna Stevens' Idiot Box really is.


Show Rundown

Self/Less: 05m 48s

Fed Up: 9m 52s

John Wick: 12m 18s

Slow West: 16m 14s

Jurassic World: 21m 38s

Vince Staples:  32m 10s

Miguel: 35m 42s

Hearthstone: 39m 00s

Idiot Box: 43m 43s



If you have any questions or suggestions, you can email Justin at: gjblizzard@gmail.com

Subscribe to Everything in iTunes by clicking here.

Any additioinal information can be found at EIPodcast.com.

You can follow the hosts on Twitter, Justin is @blizzzzzzzzzard, and Keith is @ThingsComeRight, Keith's Letterboxd profile can be found here.

Everything Is Interesting's True Detective podcast, Everything True Detective, can be found here. Or, you can subscribe through iTunes by clicking here.

The intro/outro music for the show is provided by The Free Music Archive, and is performed by Johnny Hawaii:

The Lonely Smurfer (Johnny Hawaii) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

The interstitial music is also provided by The Free Music Archive, and is performed by Miss Emma:

Une Glass au Citron (Miss Emma) / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Pixar, What Happened Miss Simone?, and Her Story

In this episode of Everything Justin and Keith discuss the legitimacy of the Pixar kids' movie, and whether or not Wall E is a cynical take on the future. Keith explores another, potetially misrepresented, musical icon with the Netflix documentary What Happened, Miss Simone?. He also talks about the tonally confused documentary Point and Shoot and the confusingly marketed comedy Balls Out. Justin talks about his brief time spent with the iOS game Her Story, while Keith shares his feelings on Gone Home, having finished playing the game. He also talks about the anime inspired RPG Valkyria Chronicles. The two close the show by discussing Leon Bridges, Vince Staples, and the scope of music, where Justin probably says a lot of things he will later on regret (I'm typing this before having edited the episode, I'd put the odds at 90/10 in favor of regret). Justin recommends Donna Stevens' photo set Idiot Box.


Show Rundown

Pixar Shorts & Wall E: 10m 53s

What Happened, Miss Simone?: 22m 33s

Point and Shoot: 28m 49s

Balls Out: 36m 47s

Her Story: 47m 02s

Gone Home: 51m 20s

Valkyria Chronicles: 59m 18s
 
 Leon Bridges: 01h 03m 10s

Vince Staples: 01h 09m 10s

Recommendation - Donna Stevens’ Idiot Box: 01h 12m 20s



If you have any questions or suggestions, you can email Justin at: gjblizzard@gmail.com

Subscribe to Everything in iTunes by clicking here.

Any additioinal information can be found at EIPodcast.com.

You can follow the hosts on Twitter, Justin is @blizzzzzzzzzard, and Keith is @ThingsComeRight, Keith's Letterboxd profile can be found here.

Everything Is Interesting's True Detective podcast, Everything True Detective, can be found here. Or, you can subscribe through iTunes by clicking here.

The intro/outro music for the show is provided by The Free Music Archive, and is performed by Johnny Hawaii:

The Lonely Smurfer (Johnny Hawaii) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

The interstitial music is also provided by The Free Music Archive, and is performed by Miss Emma:

Une Glass au Citron (Miss Emma) / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0