Sock Talk Is Sick’N’Wrong with Stephen Stull

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Episode Runtime: 54:59

Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk! Wait, three episodes in a month?!?!?! The end times are nigh…

Jim McDonough, of Friday Night Films fame, and Phil Healy, one of the producers and directors of the award-winning documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, are back and they’re promoting people from their filmmaking posse!

In this latest episode, Jim and Phil talk about the Sick ‘N’ Wrong Film Festival with the festival runner Stephen Stull. They talk all about Orlando (Where the fest is held), Walt Disney assassinating JFK, film school, and the whole film festival scene. Also, not only is Stephen a fellow filmmaker, but he’s a licensed travel agent. Book with him today (He insists you don’t book with him)!

Listen up and remember that this social experiment is being performed by low-paid scientists who love abusing your deepest sensibilities. Enjoy!

Music intro and outro: Provided by Futuristic Wrist Watch

Where Phil would like you to go : I Hunger Productions , A/S/L
Where Jim would like you to go: MMD Friday Night Films

Sock Talk – In Defense Of…

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Episode Runtime: 01:22:18

Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk!

Jim McDonough, of Friday Night Films fame, and Phil Healy, one of the producers and directors of the award-winning documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, get back into it! They tackle the new Quentin Tarantino flick, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, sex trafficking, Jim’s distant relationship to Geoffrey Chaucer, and much more!

Check out this latest episode and try not to pass out from all the backwater education they are regurgitating onto the microphone. Enjoy!

Music intro and outro: Provided by Futuristic Wrist Watch

Where Phil would like you to go : I Hunger Productions , A/S/L
Where Jim would like you to go: MMD Friday Night Films

Sock Talk – A Circuitous Surmise

Episode Runtime: 01:29:29

Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk!

Jim McDonough, of Friday Night Films fame, and Phil Healy, one of the producers and directors of the award-winning documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, get back to it as they chat about why people follow and create conspiracy theories, the magic of octopi, and why you shouldn’t try to explain your way out of embarrassing situations. Plus, mucho more!

Check out this latest episode and try to remember that they’re both highly functioning alcoholics with genitalia resembling that of a Cambrian-era millipede. Listen and learn to laugh and love again!

Music intro and outro: Provided by Timothy Fife

Where Phil would like you to go : I Hunger Productions , A/S/L
Where Jim would like you to go: MMD Friday Night Films

 

Sock Talk Podcast Episode 60: Louie!!!

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Episode Runtime: 2:02:27
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Welcome back to Sock Talk! This week Phil Caron and Jon Healy, the producers of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, talk to their good friend and delightful online curmudgeon, Louie Falcetti. No subject is too taboo: Religion, depression, life’s failures, Babbages. The list goes on.

It’s been a while, but it’s kind of been worth the wait. Listen, won’t you?

Also, if you’d like to donate to Sock Talk Jon’s animated project you can do so here: www.patreon.com/progenitor

Music intro and outro: Provided by Lugubrious Moron

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Asylum Studios Photography + Design

Sock Talk Podcast Episode 58: The Tangential Tango

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Episode Runtime: 2:31:04
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Welcome back to Sock Talk! This week Phil Caron and Jon Healy, the producers of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah” , get down to brass tax with the award-winning filmmaker Jim McDonough of ‘Manicorn’ fame. Both Phil and Jim are rampant tangent turners so be prepared to hang on for dear life as they try to figure out what they were originally talking about. It’s podcast magic! Meanwhile, Jon continues to rant about the modern nerd. Listen, won’t you?

Music intro and outro: Provided by Ross LaFond

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Asylum Studios Photography + Design