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We are your hosts Austin, Albert, and Zephyr and we are here to show you a world of films and film-adjacent topics that interest us, sometimes with guests in the field. Come on in!

The Omniple‪x‬ Austin Shinn, Albert Wiltfong, and Zephyr Ash

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    • 3.9 • 7 Ratings

We are your hosts Austin, Albert, and Zephyr and we are here to show you a world of films and film-adjacent topics that interest us, sometimes with guests in the field. Come on in!

    NEW PODCAST! The Order of the Snoot - Ep. 1: Fresca? (The Boys)

    NEW PODCAST! The Order of the Snoot - Ep. 1: Fresca? (The Boys)

    We will be recording new episodes of The Omniplex soon, but in lieu of an episode this week, we would like to present you with the first episode of a new TV binge podcast hosted by Albert, Tab, and their dog Max! Want to hear more? The full podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you download your podcasts!
    This first meeting of the Order is called into session! Primordial Snoot Max has determined that this week we shall review the Amazon series The Boys. Exploding heads? Perverted dolphins? Loads and loads of gore? Fresca? It's all here and then some! And our commercial break will set out to prove that you don't know DICK.
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    • 1 hr 14 min
    OPX 8: Quarantine IV - A New Hope

    OPX 8: Quarantine IV - A New Hope

    There's finally.. FINALLY... a light at the end of the tunnel. The Omniplex is open, welcome to our 4th.. and hopefully final.. Quarantine watch cast. This is a special one, as it denotes the one-year anniversary of when the quarantine (in America, anyways) started. And since the vaccines are rolling out and gaining speed, we finally a year later have some hope for some semblance of normalcy in the near future. Until then, Zephyr, Albert, and Austin present what they have watched in the final days of the mass quarantine, some some spectacular, some horribly, horribly bad.
    Because Albert couldn't remember the link to the MBMBaM TV show link, here it is and have fun!https://vrv.co/series/GRMGZ124R/My-Brother-My-Brother-and-Me
    Be sure to check out the debut episode of Albert's other podcast, The Order of the Snoot! We binge TV shows with our pets, it's fun! Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
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    • 57 min
    OPX 7: Riding the Whale (w/Guest J.M. DeMatteis)

    OPX 7: Riding the Whale (w/Guest J.M. DeMatteis)

    The Omniplex is open! This week we have a lovely chat with writer J.M. DeMatteis about his take on writing characters, what it takes to write meaningful stories, influences, and his prolific career in comics, television, and movies. We talk Superman, Batman, Deathstroke, Death (the Neil Gaiman version), and Scooby Apocalypse. 
    If you're interested in cultivating your own writing creations, we urge you to take a look at J.M. DeMatteis's live online workshop, Imagination 101 at Comixplex.com. It's an in-depth, two-weekend workshop, where Mr. DeMatteis will impart what he has learned from his experiences and personally guide you through your creations. It starts April 21st, don't miss it!
    You can find J.M. DeMatteis through his website JMDeMatteis.com, where he also offers his mentoring services via Creation Point Story Consultation. Be sure to check that out through the link!Twitter: @JMDeMatteisFacebook

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    • 59 min
    OPX 6: Nerds Represent! (w/Guest Josh Bullock)

    OPX 6: Nerds Represent! (w/Guest Josh Bullock)

    WARNING! FULL SPOILERS for Soul and a hint at a spoiler for WandaVision.
    The Omniplex is open! This week we have guest Josh Bullock, creator of action comic Monarchs and founder of Boom! Animation. We talk with Josh about Black representation in the media, growing up nerd, Disney/Pixar's Soul, Josh's many wonderful projects, the MCU, Sonic, and much much more! We recommend checking out Josh's comic Monarchs! If you like Dragonball Z, this is the comic for you! Also check out his company Boom! Animation and the many projects he's working on there!
    Monarchs comic:Website: monarchscomic.comTwitter: @MonarchsComic /FB: Monarchs Comic /Insta: @MonarchsComic
    Boom! Animation:Website: boomanimationfw.comFB: Boom! Animation /Insta: @BoomAnimationFW

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    • 48 min
    OPX 5: The Horse in the Hospital

    OPX 5: The Horse in the Hospital

    Welcome, friends. The Omniplex is open. We aren't normally this heavy on the political side, but the last four years has been tumultuous. Each piece of media produced, whether directly or indirectly, is a product of its time. Now that the horse has officially left the hospital (thank you John Mulaney, for the brilliant and hilarious extended metaphor), we can begin to look at what impact Trump's presidency has had on our film, tv, and music. If media is society holding a mirror up to itself, what we've seen has been very bleak. But in the chaos, we also look for hope and growth at the end of the tunnel.

    Opening monologue written and performed by Zephyr.



     

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    • 1 hr 40 min
    OPX 4: Mean Green Mother From Outer Space

    OPX 4: Mean Green Mother From Outer Space

    The Omniplex is open! This week, Austin, Albert, and Zephyr talk the dark comedy musical classic Little Shop of Horrors. Mostly the movie, but we also delve a little into the off-broadway musical, the 1960 Roger Corman original aaaaaaand another version that we bet Zephyr would rather soon forget.
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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

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Dirk Maggs

Enjoyed the new Dirk Maggs episode! Great hour and half of conversation, and I do love a podcast that lets their guests speak freely with little interruption. You guys did a great job of facilitating that. It was refreshing to hear. Keep up the great work!

Bubbawheat ,

Interesting perspective on films

Austin and Albert bring an interesting perspective on films and share my own love of comic book films. It's also refreshing to hear someone be open about being autistic and how it's often misrepresented in TV and film.

Mr.W.Dubs ,

Narrow minded viewpoints

It is easy to bash a movie, but doing it while being more entertaining than what you are reviewing takes skill, which this podcast fails. You review Zapped Again! as a movie that anyone would take seriously? Also, Key Club, which you ripped on exists, look it up.

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