Dear friends and listeners, I bring sad news. While in the middle of a planned break for show reformatting, unexpected family crises have occurred within our crew. As should be a sacred accord in any healthy family, loved ones always come first. As such I am grieved to announce that starting today, the Have Movies, Will Game podcast is going on an extended hiatus of currently-unestimated length.
We have had a lot of fun on this road, and we’re overjoyed that you were there to walk it with us. We hope to regroup and perhaps return to this project some time in the future, but cannot speak now to if or when. In the meantime, we’ll be turning off the collection for our Patreon, but the catalog of episodes will remain live for the foreseeable future, so that anyone can still listen.
Thanks especially to Rex, Kevin, and the rest of the Palladium Books crew that reached out to us with your awesome words of support, those really made our year (and for some of us who cut our teeth with your games, it made our lives).
To everyone: many thanks, and all our love.
-N. Phillip Cole, owner and producer at Breakfast Puppies LLC (https://breakfastpuppies.com/)
A thousand years ago, this land was green and good, until the Crystal cracked! This week we’re doing the great puppetry masterwork, Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal. Does it hold up to the ravages of time? Listen and find out!
You hear that? Do you hear that? Podcast, son. Nothing else in the world sounds like that. I love the sounds of geekdom in my podcatcher. You know, one time we recorded an episode, for 2 hours. When it was all over, I released it, and that’s what you’re about to hear: APOCALYPSE NOW!
In order to get more votes in the feed, we’re going to do an “every other episode” vote going forward. This lets us balance out the movies we most personally want to jam on with the movies our listeners are most interested in hearing. It also lets us leave these polls up longer and get more involvement! So kicking this off, we invite you to cast your vote for which movie we’ll do for our upcoming 44th episode. This time we’re diving into “So bad it’s good (but still bad)” monster-animal movies. You have until Friday, June 21st at 7 AM to choose. And keeping in line with the latest polls, you can pick up to three choices!
Voting is live for our next episode, and it’s a short voting period. This time we’re picking from a select group of Pixar adventures, hooray! You have until midnight on Monday Morning, May 27th to get your vote in.
And since it worked so well last time, we’re doing it again: you get to pick three! And as a bonus reward, our patrons get to vote again on our Patreon Campaign!
Episode 42 Movie Poll: Pixar Greats! Which of these should we do next? Choose Three!
Given that we’re taking a break for April and early May, we wanted to come back to the show with a glorious bang. That’s why our next episode is going to showcase one of the works of the acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino, whose films always give folks lots to talk about.
This time around, we’re giving the public three votes each this time, to add some interesting competition among these awesome films. And as a bonus reward, our patrons get to vote again on our Patreon Campaign! Voting runs now through May 10th.
Episode 41 Movie Poll - Tarantino Time! Vote for the Tarantino Film we should tackle next - SELECT THREE!
Django Unchained (2012) (19%, 11 Votes)
Kill Bill (Complete: 2003-2004) (18%, 10 Votes)
Inglorious Basterds (2009) (18%, 10 Votes)
Jackie Brown (1997) (14%, 8 Votes)
The Hateful Eight (2015) (12%, 7 Votes)
Reservoir Dogs (1992) (11%, 6 Votes)
Death Proof (2007) (9%, 5 Votes)
Total Voters: 24
Bringing movies from the Screen to your Gaming Table every two weeks!