join brainiac john jodgman of judge john hodgman and a billion other things and aisha as they discuss the coming singularity, the extinction of the human race, cyborgs, cannibalism, insomnia, and cocktails.
it's cheerier than it sounds.
girl on guy can't wait for a new motherboard.
join jesse thorn of bullseye; jordan, jesse, go!; judge john hodgman; and maximum fun, as he and aisha go maximum deep into their childhoods in their beloved town of san francisco. this show has art. this show has pathos. this show has burritos.
girl on guy is jonesing for carnitas.
join multi-hyphenate derek lee and aisha as they bite into the anatomy of making a horror film on a miniscule budget, take a stab at what's fresh and what's stale about found footage films, slice through the state of the vampire movie, punch through the pain of doing your own stunts, flay open how to make just a few dollars look like a million on screen, and dissect how to live through a headshot.
plus derek gets to fly. seriously.
girl on guy is oozing with jealousy.
james byrkit has worked on a lot of big films: the pirates of the carribbean franchise, rango — but when he wanted to make his own movie, he had to go guerilla. he needed to make a small film — shot in just a few days on a microbudget — feel expansive, impactful, elevated and surreal.
the result is an elegant, thoughtful horror movie that relies on urgency, intimacy, improvisation and rock hard science to scare the living shit out of everyone who watches.
if you have ever wanted to make a movie, are curious about how movies are made, or just love freaking movies, this episode is for you.
girl on guy is feeling a bit incoherent.
this show was recorded in front of a live audience at the inaugural maui comedy festival. it is full of revelations, profanity, honesty, sex, death, kindness, laughter and excellence. plus todd and aisha compete over who likes men more. it may be a tie.
girl on guy really likes guys. like, really.