Ryan, Caleb and Theresa gather 'round the mic to talk about the new Death Note movie on Netflix and how it compares to the anime/manga it's based off of. Inadvertently, the conversation becomes about Star Trek as most things do.
Caleb, Theresa and Ryan gather round the mic to talk about what is appealing about unscripted/ improvised comedy movies, and what benefits are gained by adhering to a script full of finely crafted jokes. Some of the tangent journeys they run off on include what is Shia LaBeuff up to, a database that has everything ever written, and how to unravel Ryan's mind with basic philosophy.
Episode 115 of The Write Idea Workshop!
In this episode, Caleb, Ryan and a very quiet Theresa try to talk about The X-Men and if they have a shot at becoming a bigger part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They also discuss other movie and TV news, Theresa's review of Netflix's show 'Atypical' and all sorts of other stuff.
In this outdoorsy episode of The Write Idea Workshop, Ryan is joined by Caleb, Theresa and Wayne to discuss some of their favorite Summer Movies and other games, movies and books that put a skip in their step.
"What's the map say?"
It says you're tuned in to The Write Idea Workshop!
Ryan is solo in this episode, reviewing Spider-Man: Homecoming, Baby Driver and Wonder Woman fairly spoiler-free!
We're more than happy to have Chris O'Leary as the newest addition to the Out of Ideas Network! So happy, we're just going to copy the description from the actual episode here:
This is the pilot episode of a brand new comedy podcast RADIOLEARY hosted by comedian Chris O'Leary! In this episode, Chris is joined by producer Ryan and co-host Tom for a chat about relevant issues of the day like what the $%&# is wrong with Donald Trump, whatever happened to the Fantastic Four, and where Chris learned everything he'd ever want to know about The South.
This is a short episode of the show, but Ryan has quite a bit to say about Guardians of the Galaxy.
Two rounds of guests for this episode! In the first, Ryan is joined by up and coming comic Dominic Michael to discuss why he wants to get into comedy. Then, Ryan is joined by Theresa and Caleb to chat about the movies they've seen, how wrong Ryan is and almost get into an old argument.
All that, and more!
Ladies of Star Wars Kickstarter: http://kck.st/2ooTKoY
Round 2 of The Comedy Works Basement Tape conversation series.
- Chris O'Leary
- Jerry Dymond
- Chris Coppola
- Grady Dixon
- Mikael Gregg
Check out all their upcoming dates and shows!
After a Writing Session at the Comedy Works in Saratoga, Ryan is joined by comedians Korey David, Jerry Dymond, Michael Lasch, Mike O'Donnell and Chris O'Leary to talk about what comedians talk about: writing, how they approach the stage, and how dateable Dr. Frankenstein is.
Big thanks to The Comedy Works for allowing us to record in their space. Check them out and all the comics that come through at : www.thecomedyworks.com
This episode was recorded late in the eve after a night of stand-up comedy. Your host Ryan talks to YOU, the Workshopper, about Mystery Science Theater 3000, Logan, Iron Fist and Legion!
It's a shorty but a goodie,
In this episode of The Write Idea Workshop, Ryan, Theresa and Caleb spend a great deal of time talking about the merits of zombies and the people that love them.
One hundred and five episodes in!
This episode is Ryan and Caleb talking about journaling, creators they idolize, and whatever else pops off the dome! Now with 99% less Matthew McConaughey impressions.
This episode, Ryan, Theresa and Caleb talk way too much about Michael Bay.
Other stuff happens too.
Give it a listen and keep on writing!
Welcome to 2017!
AKA Alternate Universe Episode 93!
In this episode, Ryan, Theresa and Caleb discuss things for the new year such as resolutions, getting out of your own way creatively, and there's a poetry writing challenge completed in twenty minutes! You, dear listener, can follow along while listening to some musical samplings from:
1. The Front Bottoms - Help
2. He Was Eaten By Owls - We Shall Oscillate Like a Pendulum
3. Grizzly Gato - Pork Belly
4. Super Guitar Bros - Time's Scar (Chrono Cross)
5. Fresh - The Woods
6. Modern Baseball - Hours Outside in the Snow
Find these bands and more on Bandcamp
Follow along and submit your twenty minute poems to:
We'll read them on the next episode! Promise!
Keep on writing!
The weather outside is frightful, but inside there's podcasts a-brewing. Ryan and Justin assemble lists of 10 Things They Didn't Hate From 2016. Make your list and check it twice while you listen to this episode!
Please check us out on iTunes and leave us a rating and review!
This is quite the episode as Ryan is joined by the two guys who got him into podcasting in the first place, Wex and Greg! They're also joined by Wex's wife Jillian to discuss some things Disney and the new movie MOANA (in theatres now). Then the guys go on to discuss podcasting history, Greg and Wex's original podcast Queue Dodge This! and video games, board games... all sorts of nerdy stuff.
Keep on writing!
At long last it's finally here! Episode 100 of The Write Idea Workshop!
It only took four years!
In this episode, Ryan is reunited via Skype with Justin and longtime friend and one time summer-long couch surfer Ben to discuss how things have grown and changed in four years, what's going on in America post-election as well as creative pursuits!
Thank you all for 4 years of The Write Idea Workshop and please stay tuned for a lot more in the future.
If you can please leave a rating and comment on iTunes or drop us an e-mail at:
Keep on writing!
WE DID IT!
Four years later, we finally hit episode 99! In this episode, recorded the night before Election Day 2016; Ryan takes a look back on the Second Episode of The Write Idea Workshop where he and Justin were very concerned about the outcome of that election, but that didn't stop them from ranting about a bunch of other stuff.
Thanks for listening to The Write Idea Workshop for 4 Years, and please stay tuned for more!
In this not-so-spooky episode, Ryan has a chat with you, the fair listener, about the goings-on in the X-Men comics, DC's Young Animal imprint and movies and shows to watch in preparation for Halloween.
Keep on writing!