The Ozone Nightmare covers a wide range of subjects, from gaming to politics, comics to culture. We speak our minds, for better or worse, but we also try to keep the conversation approachable for everyone.
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Monday we will dive into daily fantasy lineups for Monday Night Football on FanDuel and free agent additions you should target. On Friday we will discuss news and start sit questions to prepare you for your fantasy matchup.
Unfair & Partial. Totally unguarded conversations about sports and culture. Hosted by Omar Miller (Ballers on HBO, CBS's The Unicorn, Rise of the TMNT) and his brother Terry Miller, listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about all things sports.
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This week we're talking art, machine generated writing, Providence, and What Happened Was. Show music by HeartBeatHero and OGRE. Support the show! Joe's Linktree Get up to 2 months free podcasting service with our Libsyn code OZONE
Today on the 5: Lando has done many reviews of comics by Tom King, and most of them I haven't read. Today I'm reviewing Supergirl: Woman Of Tomorrow, which is a spectacular comic that I'm pretty sure Lando has never read.
Today on the 5: A while back Len Kabasinski and I chatted about a remarkable movie titled The Match-Stick Flame. The sequel has been released, and against all odds it manages to deliver a lot of the same magic the first film did!
Today on the 5: The streaming service MUBI brought a movie to my attention that I had never heard of before. The film is What Happened Was, a stage play adaptation that I found to be incredibly good.
Today on the 5: I've been replaying the video game Control, which remains a visually stunning and wildly imaginative that I love going back to. It also has one of the better foundations that could translate to a live action TV or streaming series.
This week we're talking Willow, Junji Ito: Maniac, The Falling, and Baba Yaga. Show music by HeartBeatHero and OGRE. Support the show! Joe's Linktree Get up to 2 months free podcasting service with our Libsyn code OZONE
Today on the 5: After enjoying the previous The Science Of... books by authors Meg Hafdahl and Kelly Florence, I naturally picked up and read the latest entry titled The Science Of Witchcraft. In a complete lack of surprise, I enjoyed it immensely.
Today on the 5: I've watched the first two episodes of the revival series of Night Court. It's obviously very early on to make a concrete judgement, but I think this new version of the show might work once it smooths out a few things.
Today on the 5: Another entry from my week of COVID Cinema is a 1973 Italian giallo titled Baba Yaga. While the final film is a flawed product, the style of the movie overcame those issues enough that I really enjoyed it.
Today on the 5: While I was laying around with COVID, I watched quite a few movies and shows. One of them is The Falling, a 1986 film that attempts to combine The Andromeda Strain and The Thing.
This week we're talking LastPass, thinking your way to better health, Beyond Terror, and Copenhagen Cowboy. Show music by HeartBeatHero and OGRE. Support the show! Joe's Linktree Get up to 2 months free podcasting service with our Libsyn code OZONE
Hey folks, bit of a different show today. Not really a show, more of an update. Looks like my days of dodging COVID are finally going to get end, so I'm gonna take a break from 5s for a bit until I'm sure the storm has passed. Stay safe everybody!
This week we're talking Willow, Batman: Rebirth, The Lost Room, and The Timekeepers Of Eternity. Show music by HeartBeatHero and OGRE. Support the show! Joe's Linktree Get up to 2 months free podcasting service with our Libsyn code OZONE
Today on the 5: iOS users are apparently going to be seeing a change in how they use Twitter. This feels to me like the first of a set of possible changes aimed to trying to monetize Twitter. Will these changes be too little too late?
Today on the 5: A while back I did a 5 where I talked about how Microsoft seemed like it was getting more experimental as a company. Sadly, it doesn't feel that way lately.
Today on the 5: I stumbled across a short film called The Timekeepers Of Eternity, which is an amazingly successful re-edit of the infamously bad miniseries The Langoliers. Once again, my faith in fanedits is rewarded!
Today on the 5: Replaying the amazing Control video game got me looking around for other media that had similar elements. I stumbled across The Lost Room, a miniseries that is far better than I expected.