Wrestling with Westworld ('Cuz We Like to Tussle)
About This Show
“The Westworld podcast that Samuel L. Jackson would love!” ~ This is the unofficial, unruly and often uproariously funny podcast about the HBO hit series Westworld. We can't promise we'll always "stay on target" (Star Wars tangents will be a-plenty). But we can promise you'll always have a great time as four filmmaking friends--Ron, JD, Yolanda, and Edu--get deep, argue loud, throw shade on fan theories (and each other), and try to get to the bottom of who the hell this Man in Black is, what is Bernard up to, why Ford likes to hang out with creepy old dudes, and will Dolores ever gain her FREEEEEEDOM! ~ A production of DareDreamer.fm.
Most Recent Episode
WwW Season 1 Recap
If you're jonesing for your Westworld podcast fix, we got a special bonus, season 1 recap just for you. Edu was missing for our Episode 10 discussion, but he is back for this special season 1 recap. He gives us his take on episode 10, and we all chime in with our overall feelings for the season as well as predictions for season 1. Oh, and technology issues rear their ugly head...again. NOTE: this was recorded and edited prior to the unfortunate death of Carrie Fisher. As die-hard Star Wars fans, we were saddened by her passing. Leave us a voicemail below or shoot us an email to let us know what you email@example.com. Follow the show @WwWestworldPod. Sign up to be notified of new episodes and links to cool "Westworld" resources. Your "Hosts" Ron Dawson (@DareDreamerFM): documentary filmmaker and host of the radio documentary podcast Radio Film School. Think of it as This American Life for filmmakers. "Ron is definitely the 'Black Ira Glass'" ~ Edu. Yolanda T. Cochran (@Rat_In_A_Wheel): feature film producer, production consultant, and former EVP of Physical Production at Alcon Entertainment. JD Cochran (@thatJDCochran): indie filmmaker, former actor, and hip-deep in finishing his and Yolanda's first feature-length sci-fi thriller about...well, that's a secret. Edu Black (@SceneNoirBlack): production coordinator on The Simpsons, professional wise-cracker. Music for the show is "Black Lung" by Broke for Free. (CC BY-SA).