Lunar Media Broadcast is dedicated to the overconsumption and subsequent coverage of all forms of media: Movies, music, books, television and video games. Also we are on the moon.We record a new episode every Sunday, and send it hurtling through the void of space sometime within a couple of days after that. You are currently looking at our podcast's companion blog.
Lunar Media Broadcast Presents: Frankie Says Go To Sleep23/06/2011
LUNAR MEDIA BROADCAST PRESENTS: FRANKIE SAYS GO TO SLEEPInsomnia is an issue that affects people of all types and from all places, especially the moon! We have created this audio sleep aid to help alleviate this issue... so turn up the volume, get comfortable, and prepare to fall asleep through the pseudo-science of hypnosis!
Episode Six -Either Our Best or Worst Episode Yet18/06/2011
EPISODE 6 - Either Our Best or Worst Episode YetIn this extra long and extra late episode of Lunar Media Broadcast, David is grumpy, Windsor is drunky, Kudos is jumpy, and then they all take some hexafluoride to talk about E3, Super 8, and... what, Indiana Jones AGAIN??? Uggghh...
Episode Five - All God's Creatures Go To Sleep At Night06/06/2011
EPISODE 5 - All God's Creatures Go To Sleep At NightIn this extra long installment of the Lunar Media Broadcast Hulford, Windsor, and their hyper-intelligent dolphin Kudos discuss the upcoming E3, the terrible X-Men: First Class, and Kudos' rivalry with his arch-rival, the hyper-intelligent jar-opening octopus Laurence.
Episode Four - Oh God, We Loved L.A. Noire Sooo Much...01/06/2011
Episode 4 - Oh God, We Loved L.A. Noire Sooo Much...In this episode, Hulford, Windsor, and an uncharacteristically withdrawn Kudos discuss L.A. Noire, a couple of Vietnam movies, Solomon Grundy (famously born on a Monday), and the Dark Knight for some reason.
Episode Three - Our Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular25/05/2011
EPISODE 3 - Our Indiana Jones Stunt SpectacularHulford, Windsor, and Kudos put off their L.A. Noire discussion until next week due to logistical issues and a moon buck shortage, and instead discuss the Indiana Jones Tetralogy, the ending of Enslaved, and delicious delicious blue sprinkles.