In this blockbuster episode we can finally officially talk about the trailer for the newly titled Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, have our Indy Christmas gift guide, see the return of Old Indy, get Indy outfit and IJ in the UK updates, Morgan and Rich talk dinosaur Eggs, a Lost Delta interview and more of your great emails!
In this episode it's all about the merchandise as we talk about Hasbro's plans for Indy over the next year or so, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock is back reviewing the Indy voodoo doll from Disney, we have Indy trivia and more of your great emails.
In this episode we head to D23 with a special report from Coffee with Kenobi's Dan Z, we hear the first music from Indy 5 as well as some cast connections, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock reviews the Crystal Skull prop, we have a review of the John Williams 90th birthday concert, more trivia, IJ in the UK and lots more!
In this epic episode Joe heads to Club Obi Wan to speak with Stuart Chafetz - conductor of Columbus Symphony and Chris Poggiali - film historian on Secret of the Incas blu-ray release, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock reviews the Holy Grail, Chris A speaks with prop maker Tony Harrison, the FA team recap TerrifiCon with Carl Potts, Al Milgrom, Sam de la Rosa, Bob Budianski, and Bob McLeod and we have a Disneyland merchandise report!
The IndyCast's Joe Stuber and Keith Voss are joined by The Magic of John William's Laird Malamed and Ron Longo with a full length movie commentary for Indy's third adventure. So keep up with the Joneses as they discuss trivia, anecdotes and lots more!
In this exciting episode Chris Pratt addresses those rumours and David Koepp talks aliens, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock gives us an unboxing review of the new Disney Sankara Stone, we hear some rumours of new Indy themed Lego sets, have some great listener emails and lots more!
We're back for part 2 of our conversation with soundtrack producer Mike Matessino as we enter the atmosphere of SpaceCamp. Ron, Laird and Mike take a 17000 miles/hr journey around the planet, to Daedalus and back to Earth as they cover John Williams most unlikely 1980's movie, 1986's SpaceCamp directed by Henry Winer and starring Lea Thompson, Kate Capshaw and Tate Donovan. [Part 2 of 2]