Jeremy joins us this week as we remember master magician Ricky Jay. Adam tells us the story of when Ricky Jay guested in Mythbusters and how they worked together for that episode. Plus, Jeremy talks about experimenting with NFC in projects, and Norm gives a documentary recommendation.
Adam, Will, and Norm are all back this week to hear about Adam's visit to NASA JPL for the InSight landing, our Thanksgiving celebrations, and a spoiler-filled discussion about episode of The Americans featuring a suitcase.
Adam and Will are joiend by Kayte Sabicer this week to talk about their plans for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, Adam's preproduction for his next show, and making things out of tree stumps. Plus, a few new competition show recommendations.
We welcome back Jen Schachter to the cave as she's visiting this week to work with Adam on a to-be-announced project. Jen and Adam talk about how they get into the zone when they fabricate and collaborate with others, and how collaboration changes when builders go from the physical to the digital.
Adam welcomes Mark Dubeau of Tippett Studios and Melissa Ng, aka Lumecluster, to the cave to talk about Melissa's beautiful and intricate 3D printed armor that she designs and fabricates. Find more of Melissa's work at http://lumecluster.com/
Very special guest Joe DeRisi joins Adam and Will this week for a stimulating conversation on his work in molecular biology. And it ends up being possibly our scariest episode yet. Happy Halloween, everyone!
This week, Adam gives a little insight into the planning process of making a show and reflects on a frustrating hitch in a recent One Day Build video shoot. We talk about why being self critical is a good thing, and the feeling of imposter syndrome. Will tells us about an awesome Star Wars-inspired concert he attended, and we talk a little about Halloween plans. It's that time of the year already!
From Hotel Artemis to Ant Man and the Wasp, we catch each other up with a bunch of films we've seen recently, in theaters, at home, and on planes. It's a potpourri of quickfire movie reviews. Plus, our impressions of the Neil Armstrong biopic First Man! Way to bury the lede!
Kishore joins us this week to recap our adventures at New York Comic Con! From Adam's incognito floor walk in a new spacesuit replica to the cosplayers we met and collectibles we purchased, we had a blast at the east coast's biggest pop culture convention.
Things are busy as we finish prepping for New York Comic Con, so we have cosplay and costuming on the mind. Plus, we attempt to rank our favorite Marvel films, but the task may be too daunting to complete in just one podcast. Let's take a stab at it anyway!
Adam talks about his time at New York Maker Faire, a trip to Frank Ippolito's shop to resume work on the Martian spacesuit project, and the work left to be done in the cave before heading to New York Comic Con. Plus, an appreciation for the original Predator movie! (Learn more about Our Children's Trust at https://www.ourchildrenstrust.org/)
We turn our radio voices on to kick off this week's podcast, in which we discuss the recent Emmy awards, the challenge of maintaining creative control of something successful, and the many disappointing ways in which theatrical experiences are experience in the living rooms. Plus, two great segues!
We record this episode on Adam's wedding anniversary, and talk about the traditions of gift giving between partners. We also dive into a discussion about licensed and unlicensed pop culture art and the place for garage kits in the fan community. Plus, Adam has a new shirt! (Which yes, is available in a beautiful off-white color!)
Adam talks about the last few days of filming Mythbusters Jr., preparing for his next show, and what he's read and watched recently. We wax nostalgic about heist films, Soderbergh classics, and the difference between Jack Reacher and Jack Ryan. Plus, the best page on Wikipedia.
Prop and costume fabricator (and regular Tested contributor) Bill Doran joins us for this week's podcast! Bill's in town filming some videos with us, and we chat about his origin story, today's cosplay culture, valuing your work, and his plans for Dragoncon!
Modelmaker Kayte Sabicer joins us this week as we talk about our love for Cinefex magazine and discuss first workbenches and workspaces. We also talk about Jack White's recent visit to the cave, and hear a story about one of Adam's first trips to the Bay Area's Urban Ore.
We talk about fact checking in journalism, the return of Patrick Stewart to Star Trek, and the Academy Awards' announcement about a new awards category to celebrate popular film. We also go back through the past five years of film releases to speculate which recent films would have earned that title.
TV's our big topic this week as we discuss a recently posted list of the top 100 television episodes of the 21st century. Adam also shares stories from his trip to the TCAs, tales of old media storage, and a surprise trip to the American Idol finale.
Adam gets dressed up to talk about the International Space Station, his experience at this year's Comic-Con, the success of the Totoro meetup, and how much fun he had with Weta Workshop's Richard Taylor at his panel.
Look who's back! Simone joins us for a special recording of the podcast from San Diego Comic-Con, right after Adam completed this year's Incognito costume walk. We talk about Adam's costume, what we've seen at SDCC so far, and catch up with Simone!