Break A Wish is a podcast where all your dreams come true but with terrible ironic consequences. On each episode, host Maddox Campbell sits down with two guests and one magic wish. The panel breaks down the wish from every angle while trying to come up with the perfect ironic cost. Our goal is a come up with a cost that will make it a gut wrenching hard choice whether you would accept this wish knowing its cost. Then we ask our panelists and our audience if they would.
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Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)
We sit down with Grace Smith and Alan Belerique to break down the most recent Wonder Woman film. It is bursting at the seems with honestly too many magic wishes.
Spooked Crossover Live Show
This episode is something a little different. This is the audio from a crossover episode we did with our friends at Spooked. It was originally posted live to YouTube and included video as part of The Sonar Network's push to promote their new YouTube channel.
A Wish For Christmas (2016)
In this episode, Hallmark movie veteran Rachel Mason guides Maddox and Jenna LeBlanc through "A Wish For Christmas" (2016) a Hallmark movie about a woman granted the magic power to harass service workers.
Mazes and Monsters (1982)
We are joined by Kris Siddiqi and Kat Letwin to discuss "Mazes and Monsters" but actually talk a bunch of D&D and Statanic Panic.
Fantasy Island (2020)
I'm joined by Meagan McConnell and Marcel St. Pierre to discuss "Fantasy Island" (2020) the horror reboot of the 70's ABC show. Listen to us corrupt Marcel's memories of his Saturday Night as a 10-year-old.
The Princess and The Frog (2009)
In this episode we are joined by Maricris Rivera and Kristopher Bowman to break down the Disney Princess film "The Princess and The Frog" (2009), a children's film where a guy definitely gets his dick blown off by a shotgun.
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Fun on a bun!
This podcast is so unique, and a great format to learn so much about people. Great host great guests!
Super fun podcast
I love the game-like nature of this podcast. It feels like playing Would You Rather with your friends. I always like to try and guess what their ironic costs will be but i'm never right because they're always going on surprising tangents. The guest line-up is also a huge plus. So many funny comedians. Great stuff!
Thought provoking and funny
Maddox is the perfect arbitrator for this game that combines wish-fulfillment with the concept of "be careful what you wish for", in a hilarious and interesting package!