Who's up? Angus and Levins, that's who! No guests just pure content as they go back to the roots of Hey Fam and rant about video games, movies and... memes? Find out why Angus is addicted to Metal Gear Solid V, if Levins cried while watching Tomorrowland on a plane and whether Kevin Smith's live show at the Opera House was as good as our interview with him last week! PLUS - it's a world exclusive - we celebrate the life and death of That's Amore memes. Where else can you find hot content like this fam? Honk that subscribe button if you up.
Surprise fam! We got a special bonus episode for you with an Interview that Levins did with Kevin Smith this week! Over a crackly phone connection Kevin Smith tells Levins about the comic books that he'd like to see adapted into movies, what he loves most about podcasting and some crazy info about Mallrats 2! It's a fun and candid in-depth interview with a dude who pretty much inspired us to start making Hey Fam! Before the Kevin interview we talk for a lil' bit about Super Mario Maker, Angus's new Yeezy sneakers and watching adults-only commercials at Year 5 camp. It's the most amore bonus ep ever!
We leave the Hey Familia studios for the first time and head to the PlayStation office to speak with Siobhan Reddy, studio director of Media Molecule, who've produced games like Little Big Planet, Tearaway and the upcoming Dreams. If Playstation had a Nintendo wing, it would be Media Molecule, and Siobhan tells us about her creative process, about the games that influence her and her team, how her games have lead to her hiring new staff and what games she's been playing lately. Plus we make her cast The Rock in a movie version of Tearaway because we are horrible people.
We invited Steele Saunders, comedian and host of the hit podcasts Steele Wars and I Love Green Guide Letters, into the Hey Fam studios and we made him cry! Actually, he made himself cry as he recounted his emotional journey through Hall H for this year's Star Wars panel at ComicCon. It's an all Star Wars episode this week, while Steele isn't crying we get amped about The Force Awakens, go over the revisions made to the first trilogy and recount our Force Friday experiences. We actually interviewed a line of Star Wars fans out the front of a Toys 'R' Us for the midnight launch last week and crammed that into this jam packed episode too.
It's our first all musical episode with our special guests, the Godfathers of Australian Dance Music: The Meeting Tree! We invited Joyride and Raph to talk about movies, TV, video games and comic books - but end up talking about the ARIA awards, memes and the fact that Raph hasn't seen a movie since Avatar. Plus Joyride books flights to Brisbane during this episode and it's an absolute thrill to listen to.
This week we stole Lewi McKirdy, the voice of Australia's youth, from the triple j studios and forced him to reveal unbelievable facts about himself to us over the course of 90 minutes. Did you know he's an obsessive iPhone gamer who has at one point held the highest scores in the world for some apps? Or that he recently entered himself into a Mario Kart 64 tournament and has a man crush on a particularly beautiful Nintendo rep? Or that he was on an MTV reality show that saw him swap lives with an American farmer? Also, once he peed his pants on a flight to Hawaii. We learnt all these things about Lewi and learnt a few things about ourselves, like how Angus gets an abscess every time a Metal Gear Solid game comes out, or how Levins still doesn't know if it's Sex And The City or Sex And The City. Listen and learn with us, and who knows, maybe you'll learn something about ~yourself~.
Bbbbbonus episode! There's been a distinct lack of comic book talk on Hey Fam lately so Levins hung out in the living room of our previous guest Siobhan Coombs (aka CBG) and recorded a solid hour of white hot comic book reviews. Reviewing everything they're read in the last month - from DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Archie and more. It's a race against time as Levins realises he's allergic to Siobhan's apartment and begins to rapidly deteriorate from halfway through the episode. Does he make it all the way to end? Or is he dead now? Tune in to our first bonus episode to find out!
Becky Lucas is a comedian and also the woman responsible for our LEWDEST EPISODE YET! Get ready for thrills, Wils and grills when we ask our first guest who doesn't watch TV, see movies, play games or read comics to talk to us about TV, movies, games and comics! Marvel as we compare Disneyland to Banksy's new art stinker 'Dismal-land', justify our embarrassing tattoos and serve up another hot slab of beef to our sworn enemies at The Blank Slate Movie Podcast!
Radge and Eb Yusuf spend half their time and all their money watching movies in Gold Class. They are the 1%, and the only people on the planet that liked the Fantastic Four movie, so we got them both on to discuss the best and worst of superhero movies, from the depths of Daredevil and Elektra to the soaring heights of The Winter Soldier. We also ask them to recommend TV shows to fill the True Detective sized hole in our hearts AND we respond to the biggest beef in podcast history - the heroes of Hey Fam versus those scum at the Blank Slate Movie Podcast!
Hey Fam is eight episodes old! We celebrate by cutting us a birthday slice of Melbourne comedian (ugh we know, another one) Stuart Daulman. Together we dissect that final episode of True Detective season two and take a look at the season overall. Did we love it? Who do we want for season three? Is there any other podcast in the game that will spend a solid 20 minutes recasting The Sandlot Kids for a new generation? We answer all these questions PLUS give you some tight chats about Star Wars, The Beatles and our favourite laneways of Melbourne.
Levins and (sober) Angus are joined by Melbourne mate Tommy Dassalo, host of The Little Dum Dum Club Podcast. We think about the things that make YOU think, including that second last eppy of True Detective, the abomination that is Pixels vs. the Adam Sandler movies we grew up with, Nintendo in Japan and how hard it is keeping up with Ballers every week. Plus we introduce multiple new segments, like the enthralling DREAMCAST and the extremely next level MAKES U THINK.
Our first drunk episode! The fam is joined by Henry Stone, former YouTube star and host of our rival podcast The Blank Slate Movie Podcast. Angus plays a drinking game where he drinks whenever Levins says something. We discuss the latest episode of True Detective, Henry's habit of finishing the Arkham games a day after they're released, the dark side of the extended Star Wars universe and work out what the funniest part of the male anatomy is. Oh yeeeeah!
This week the babybros are joined by comics guru Siobhan Coombs for A long look back at the work of Geoff Johns after it was announced he was co-writing the new Batman movie! We also review Marvel's latest flick Ant-Man, dissect another episode of True Detective and make some bold predictions for the future of Ballers!
Angus and Levins welcome the first ever guest to Hey Fam HQ: comedian Gen Fricker! She brings with her some hot takes on Magic Mike XXL, we reflect on the new DC previews from Comic-Con, read the new Archie comic, catch up on True Detective and pay homage to gaming legend Satoru Iwata.
We're back! Angus and Levins check in on Vinnie and the boys before going through the highlights of the latest episodes of Ballers and True Dickies. Angus tries to convince Levins to buy a PS4, we go through the latest Star Wars news (and comics!) and try to work out what those darn Minions are all about!
Episode 2! Levins and Angus get deeeeep into Pixar's new movie Inside Out, catch up on the latest True Detective (and Ballers obviously), discuss the recent Spider-Man and Marvel comics news and compare Arkham Knight to Yoshi's Wooly World.
For our very first episode we slap on a few classic Entourage eps and talk about the new season of True Detective, our reservations regarding the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, the emotional rollercoaster that is being a Nintendo fan and our favourite lines (AKA every single line) in The Rock's new HBO sitcom Ballers.