27 episodes

Yesterworld is a place where we'll talk about entertainment subjects of the past, whether it be theme parks, movies, television, video games, or anything in between. The goal is to enlighten, entertain, and provide a mixture of objective/subjective views to create an overall well rounded experience.

The Yesterworld Podcast The Yesterworld Podcast

    • TV & Film
    • 4.6, 110 Ratings

Yesterworld is a place where we'll talk about entertainment subjects of the past, whether it be theme parks, movies, television, video games, or anything in between. The goal is to enlighten, entertain, and provide a mixture of objective/subjective views to create an overall well rounded experience.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
110 Ratings

110 Ratings

Lucksandco ,

Great Podcast for Disney Nerds!

I have watched their youtube videos for years and just recently started listening to the podcast. I listen to them driving and gaming. Great news, history and so much more.

Curtisand96 ,

Love the podcast it’s one of my favorites

I have just recently been catching up on the podcast and it’s great insight by the guys about theme parks that helps me get through the slow work day because I love theme parks and they give me info and tidbits that I love to learn and I think it’s a great compliment to the videos great work guys

PS: Would love to hear your guys opinion on Halloween horror nights and mickeys not so scary Halloween party if u wanted to do a podcast on the difference and which one u like best just an idea.

fortheloveofdisney ,

YouTube videos are great, not Podcasts really.

I agree with another reviewer on here about the lack of knowledge. I really miss when he had on real experts like Disney Dan, Alicia Stella, Defunctland, etc. They knew how to converse respectfully and are very good at explaining things in depth without going overboard. I think Quinn is immature, he’s a little disrespectful to Marks opinions when they disagree. I miss the older podcasts before Quinn, they had depth to them. Please Mark think about having those other peeps back on every so often, it’s *way* more intriguing and we learn a lot from them. It’s easier listening to people who know their stuff than to ride along on an awkward, repetitive conversation. Maybe talk with the experts when you do an episode on park history and Quinn with newer reviews on movies/attractions.

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