Josh and Brett don their smoking jackets in this second bonus episode and discuss the Art of Big Trouble in Little China book by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry, published by Boom! Studios. Special guest: BTLC comic book cover artist Dan Panosian.
In this bonus episode, Brett and Josh return to the Podcast Express to discuss the Official Making of Big Trouble in Little China book by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry, published by Boom! Studios.
Our final episode covers Minutes 95-99, including Jack’s departure and an ending surprise. Featuring a special interview with Big Trouble in Little China’s co-composer and legendary sound designer Alan Howarth… and a whole lot more!
Minutes 55-60 come at us from New York Comic Con, where special guest Asterios Kokkinos discusses with Josh and Brett sewer pipe intimacy, Scooby-Doo moments, destroyed Buddha statues, heroism, and a magic knife.
For their 10th episode, Brett and Josh bring their partners in crime, Audra Wolfmann and Lena Horowitz, to discuss Minutes 45-50. Featuring a round skeleton room, Chinese myths and legends, Jack’s double piggyback ride, and a wild wheelchair ride.
Indeed! Minutes 40-45 reveal Mr. David Lo Pan in his legendary wheelchair-laden verbal joust against Jack and Wang. Returning guest Pete Mummert from the Indiana Jones Minute joins Josh and Brett in discussing Pantene moments, divinity, eyes, and the difficulties of running an evil organization.
Join Jack and Wang as they infiltrate the Wing Kong Exchange in Minutes 35-40, and join Brett, Josh, and guests Jim O’Kane and Mark Cerulli from the Airport Minute Podcast as they discuss Chinese divination, 80s mullets, fresh vs. saltwater bubbles, and Sun Lik beer.
Eddie and Gracie help explain the plot in painstaking detail during Minutes 25-30. Is Jack Burton really Henry Swanson? Special guests Audra Wolfmann and Desmond Miller help us decide.
Special guests Alex Robinson and Pete the Retailer from the Star Wars Minute join Brett and Josh in discussing Minutes 20-25, which cover the Three Storms, a ghost-like epiglottis, cars, and a discussion of color theory.
Minutes 15-20 bring us to a mysterious narrow alley in Chinatown, a funeral, two fighting tongs, a Chinese stand-off, and plenty of fighting. Featuring guest martial artist, actor, and stuntman Dennis Ruel.
Josh Horowitz and Brett Stillo inaugurate their new podcast with a discussion of the 20th Century Fox logo (minus the fanfare) the Fox-mandated scene with the Lawyer and Egg Shen, and the hero-sandwich-chomping Jack Burton on the Pork Chop Express.