Violent Delights is a weekly podcast where hosts Andrew Sorcini, Dwayne DeFreitas, and Tosin Onafowokan discuss HBO’s Westworld, and the larger questions this ambitious show hopes to tackle.
In this special pre-season edition of the Violent Delights podcast, Andy and Dwayne break down the new official trailer for HBO’s Westworld Season 2, shot-by-shot, and Westworld‘s recent panel at SXSW and ‘Live Without Limits’ SXSW experience — PLUS, what Westworld did for April Fools’ Day.
Watch the trailer just below, and then listen to the podcast episode at the bottom of this post.
This week’s Drill Down podcast, April Fools’ on the web, Android becomes the #1 OS online, AOL and Yahoo‘s new post-merger name, did ISPs sell your privacy rights? The FCC chairman pleads his case… and much, much more.
April Fools’ Day ended here on the east coast a couple of hours ago, but not before one brilliant final trick was pulled off. We’ve been wondering for a long time now when Rick and Morty season three would finally premiere, and now we have an answer: it already premiered.
No announcement, no promos, not even a listing on your TV guides (so if you have it set to record only new episodes automatically, you missed out). Nothing at all, but a quick “Hey, there’s a new episode on right now!” via the Twitter. And many missed it because they didn’t believe it was true, including myself. But there’s still a way!
Local death metal band, Auditory Vomit, is looking for a new drummer after firing Don “Cymbal Slayer” Greenblatt from the band. Reports say that it all started when Greenblatt got into an argument with singer and band founder, Trevor “I Eat Kittens for Breakfast” Odermeyer. Band members, bass player Fred “Thunder Strummer 69” Finestein and guitar player Nils “Slammer Hammer” Henriksen claim the two began arguing during a rehearsal in Odermeyer’s mother’s basement in their home town of Trenton, NJ.
Last weekend, President Donald Trump spent his time at Mar-a-Lago playing golf and binging television for “research.” While that is the norm these days, what followed was unbelievable. At 3am Sunday morning, after finishing the most recent episode of Arrow, a barrage of tweets rained down in the Twitterverse, criticizing the weak leadership of Star City mayor, Oliver Queen.