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A weekly show focusing on pop culture, current events, movies, TV, music, comics, and whatever else we deem worthy.

Welcome, Citizens.

This is the Heroes of Noise Podcast. Let’s begin.

Hosted by Steve and Dan

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A weekly show focusing on pop culture, current events, movies, TV, music, comics, and whatever else we deem worthy.

Welcome, Citizens.

This is the Heroes of Noise Podcast. Let’s begin.

Hosted by Steve and Dan

    Episode 119 - Miss Snake Charmer, The Old Guard, Palm Springs, The One I Love, and A Rewatch of Harmony Korine's "Kids"

    Episode 119 - Miss Snake Charmer, The Old Guard, Palm Springs, The One I Love, and A Rewatch of Harmony Korine's "Kids"

    Greetings, Citizens! Dan Here. 
    Welcome to the first of 2 episodes that you'll be getting this week. On Episode 119 Steve is out and I sit down with returning guests Joe Stark from Starkcast and Leftover Brian from Pop Culture Leftovers.  This was actually going to be a bonus episode as we were only planning to talk about one particular movie but we ended up talking about 5. Before we get to the main event, Brian and I briefly talk about the documentary "Miss Snake Charmer" (Now on Amazon Prime Video), All 3 of us have seen "The Old Guard" starring Charlize Theron (Now on Netflix), Brian and I also talk about "Palm Springs" (Now on Hulu), as well as the 2014 movie that came from out of nowhere called "The One I Love" (also on Netflix and starring Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass).
    Now I want to take a moment to personally thank Brian and Joe for  doing me a solid and entertaining my sick idea to review Harmony Korine's 1995 breakout film "Kids". If you're not familiar with the premise of "Kids" here it is:
    Kids is a 1995 American coming-of-age drama exploitation film directed by Larry Clark and written by Harmony Korine. It stars Leo Fitzpatrick, Justin Pierce, Chloë Sevigny, and Rosario Dawson, all in their film debuts. Primarily set during the course of one day, Fitzpatrick, Pierce, Sevigny, Dawson, and other newcomers portray a group of teenagers in New York City with hedonistic behavior toward sex and drugs during the mid-1990s.
    2 Warnings:
    "Kids" is a very graphic movie that deals with some uncomfortable subjects and we definitely get into that. This is also a spoiler filled review so if you haven't seen it and plan to, you might want to consider coming back to this one after viewing.
    Lastly I want to publicly apologize to Rod Claerbout, cohost of Number One Comic Books, for being an absolute shit head and referring to him as "Dustin". I literally have no idea why I spaced out on your name and again, I apologize. Trust me that Brian and Joe let me have it when I said that.
    (This wasn't my best hosting job. I admit it)
    Brian, Joe, and Rebekah Dahling  also host Number One Comic Books and I highly recommended that you listen to their podcast. Its super entertaining and informative.
    One might say it's edutainment, but they'd probably get ridiculed by Brian.
     I'm only half kidding when I say that.
    I'll stop with the rambling and let you get to it. We'll be back later this week with Episode 120.
    Until then, peace.  
    Be sure to vote for Pop Culture Leftovers in the People’s Choice and TV & Film Categories at podcastawards.com. 
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    • 2 hrs 33 min
    Patreon Episode 8 - "Whitey On The Moon"

    Patreon Episode 8 - "Whitey On The Moon"

    Greetings, Citizens! Dan here.
    This week we're breaking a rule of ours to insure our listeners get a show in their feeds. Due to an insane work schedule I was unavailable to record a new episode of HON. So at the last minute we decided to go ahead and release one our Patreon episodes so that we could stay consistent. We want to thank our Patreon patrons for giving us pass on this one. We assure you this won't be a regular thing. You people are the best. As for the rest of you, If you like what you hear please consider becoming a patron. Visit https://www.patreon.com/heroesofnoise for more info. We'll be back next week and we'll also have a bonus episode for you. Talk you soon.Please enjoy Patreon Episode 8 - "Whitey On The Moon".
    Welcome to the latest Patreon episode from ya boyz! Today is July 5th and we hope everyone still has all of their digits. We actually had a lot of fun on this one and we think you'll hear it. This is very much like the old pregame episodes we used to do except the stupidity is fresh as a daisy. Let's get to it. Here are some of the topics discussed on this episode:
    Voice Transformer Justification A $3000 home gym The week from Hell Cologne memory lane The end of The Color Purple Aerosmith ain't shit, songs with lyrics you can't understand, and other musical topics Poets Of Noise We hope you enjoy our first show in July and as always, thank you so much for your continued support.  It means the world to us. We'll be back before you know it. Bet on it.
    Peace!
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    • 1 hr 56 min
    Episode 118 - Exhibit A, Crazy Delicious, Hamilton, Warrior Nun, Yummy, and The Golden Glove

    Episode 118 - Exhibit A, Crazy Delicious, Hamilton, Warrior Nun, Yummy, and The Golden Glove

    * Right at the top we want to say that this episode was riddled with audio problems. For whatever reason everyone came in way too hot. We did all we could to correct it. It's still listenable. We're just acknowledging the sub par audio. That said...
    Welcome, welcome, welcome to Episode 118.
    This week we're once again joined by Quinton Taylor Roberts From The Reel Zodiac Podcast. It's always great talking Quinton and this episode was no different.  Be sure to subscribe to The Reel Zodiac everywhere podcasts can be heard. No, literally subscribe to this podcast on all available platforms and then listen to each one. Let's get those numbers up.
    Here's some of what you'll get on this week's episode:
    One joke failure and one joke victory Where did Reel Zodiac go and what's inshore for the future?  The sad death of Carl Reiner We asked for iTunes Reviews and you came through (Thank you) Steve once again tries to defend The Monster Project We create the next huge streaming service on the fly
    A whole lot of respect for The Beatles
    Digital vs Physical Movies: a cautionary tale We spend some time talking about what we've been watching this week (shocker, right?)
    Steve is scarred by Exhibit A ( Amazon Prime Video) Quinton shows some love for Crazy Delicious (Netflix) Dan watched the first half of Hamilton (Disney+) We've each seen some or all of Warrior Nun We've all seen the Shudder original Yummy and have some things to say about it. Quinton gives his thoughts on The Golden Glove (Shudder) That's the show, Ladies and Gents. We hope you enjoy it. If you're listening on the day it drops and celebrate the 4th of July then we wish you a happy and safe time. Hold on to those fingers and please don't be an a*****e to your neighbors. Peace!
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    • 2 hrs 23 min
    Episode 117 - America To Me, Unsolved Mysteries, Twilight Zone S2, Floor Is Lava, Holey Moley S2, 7500, and You Should Have Left

    Episode 117 - America To Me, Unsolved Mysteries, Twilight Zone S2, Floor Is Lava, Holey Moley S2, 7500, and You Should Have Left

    Welcome to Episode 117!
    This week we're joined by Joe Stark from  Starkcast and Number One Comic Books. Joe is a great conversationalist and much like Starkcast where the conversation flows freely, we also let it all flow out (You'll learn some things today. That's a guarantee).
    Here are some of the topics discussed on this episode:
    An ode to a bass and trombone The Creek of Sin When and how we discovered porn The Best weed movie Our first time getting high Psychedelic experiences / Bad Trips Religon Joe needs to audition for "Alone" As far as what we've been watching or reading, in classic HON form we gabbed almost the entire episode. We did do a lightning round of reviews before we talked about the movie we all watched this week. Here's how it breaks down:
    Steve watched America To Me (Now on Hulu) Joe has been reading the New 52 Batman comics by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo Dan has seen a screener for Unsolved Mysteries (July 1st on Netflix) as well as Season 2 of Jordan Peele's The Twilight Zone ( Now on CBS All Access), as well as Holy Moley S2 (Now On Hulu) Joe and Dan talk  Floor Is Lava (Now On Netflix) as well as The New Joseph Gordon Levitt film "7500" (Now streaming on Amazon Prime Video) All 3 of us watched "You Should Have Left" starring Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried (Now on VOD) That's the show, Ladies and Gentlemen and if you don't mind us saying so we think it's a pretty entertaining one. Hopefully you'll have as much fun listening as we had recording it.
    Time to push "play" and meet Joe if you don't already know him. Spoilers: You'll love him.
    Be Sure to listen and subscribe to Starkcast as well as Number One Comic Books using the links above
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    • 2 hrs 28 min
    Episode 116 - Alone Season 6, The King Of Staten Island, & An Interview With The Prince Of Darkness

    Episode 116 - Alone Season 6, The King Of Staten Island, & An Interview With The Prince Of Darkness

     Greetings Citizens!
    Welcome to episode 116. This week we not only bring you reviews of season 6 of "Alone" (now on Netflix) and "The King Of Staten Island" starring Pete Davidson. This week we bring you an exclusive interview. An interview over 2000 years in the making. Ladies and gentlemen... This week Steve sits down for an Interview with none other than The Prince of Darkness, a.k.a. Satan.
    There's been a lot of weird happenings in the Ramirez household and because of this Dan was able to land an exclusive interview with the dark one.  That's all we're saying. You'll understand how this came to be, but that shit happened.
    We won't keep you from listening anymore. It's time to dive in, people. We hope you enjoy this week's episode, mostly because many strings had to be pulled to get this interview.
    Also, Patreon listeners can expect another episode this weekend. As always, thanks for your continued support. 
    We'll talk to you soon, It's time to press "play".
    Peace
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    Heroes of Noise Podcast Contact and Show Info:
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    Email: HeroesofNoisePodcast@gmail.com
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    • 1 hr 48 min
    Episode 115 - Bill And Ted Face The Music Trailer, Just Mercy, Astronomy Club, Murder In The Front Row, Bruce Lee: Be Water, and Trax To TheFuture

    Episode 115 - Bill And Ted Face The Music Trailer, Just Mercy, Astronomy Club, Murder In The Front Row, Bruce Lee: Be Water, and Trax To TheFuture

    Greetings, Citizens!
    Welcome to Episode 115. We have a slightly shorter show for you this week, but we assure you that it's packed with quality HON content. We wouldn't do you like that. 
    Some of the topics discussed on this episode include:
    What's a better and more memorable tagline: "Avengers Assemble" or "What's In The Box" An unpopular take on Brad Pitt  We’re stoked about our brand new logo created by Rob Forrest Dan gives his thoughts on the new "Bill and Ted Face The Music" Trailer As Far as what we've been watching goes, we've both seen "Just Mercy" and give our review, Dan talks about the 2019 Rock Documentary "Murder In The Front Row" about the 1980s Bay Area Thrash movement, Steve talks about the Netflix Original "Astronomy Club", and lastly Dan gives some quick thoughts on the new ESPN documentary "30 For 30 Bruce Lee: Be Water"
    If that's not enough for you we dust off a segment we haven't done for quite some time and bring you "TRAX TO THE FUTURE". This is where we pick a song from a certain year and discuss what it meant to us, where we were when hat song was popular, and what it means to us now.
    That's it. That's the show. We hope you enjoy this week's episode and if you do, leave us a voicemail or an email to let us know what you think. Contact information below.
    Also, we want to call our listeners to action and ask that you leave us iTunes reviews. It's not hard, only takes a minute, helps us get noticed and brings us one step closer to world domination. We'll be sure to read them on the show as well. We hope you're all doing well and we'll be back before you know it. Peace!
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    Email: HeroesofNoisePodcast@gmail.com
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    • 1 hr 24 min

Customer Reviews

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dalbass ,

Great podcast

This podcast has it all. Two hosts with great chemistry, tons of laugh out loud moments every episode alongside discussion of all things music, movie and TV. Perfect if you just want to listen to two friends kicking it and having fun for a couple of hours every week. Highly recommended!

Nana pratt ,

Reminds me of me

Hey dudes listening to episode 46 and realised I had not left a review. It’s ace from blerds r us and a member of the leftover army. I was initially not going to listen to the show as my library of podcasts is pretty full but after a brief interaction with dan on his welcome post on the page I had to check it out. (Have not listned to you on pcl yet very far behind) and I am very glad I did. Love the chemistry between the two of you and the tangents that you go on. I learn something new every episode my fav line from your show is when Steve said anytime people go faster then walking they die it had me in stitches for ages. Keep doing the good work you do and would love to have you both on an episode at some point in the near future

Big Bad Bongo ,

Boom!

Witty and funny!
Culture with an American flavour! Great place insights
On film, Tv, games, books and comics! A new favourite!
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