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The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 35 – Pixar Movies, Lone Survivor and The Bling Ring

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This week we’re releasing a very special episode of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast! Not only is this the first episode Tiny, Mike and myself recorded together in person, we also had our friend Rob on the show! Rob is young father, so we picked his brain on his perspective of the Pixar movies and how they are affecting his daughter’s early childhood. I hope you guys like it!

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The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 29 – Tragedy off the Screen, Catching Fire, Promised Land and Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Here’s the latest ep of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast! We originally planned to release a general hodgepodge episode this week but the tragic death of Paul Walker got us thinking about past celebrate deaths that affected us. So we ended up discussing that.

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How Netflix Could Revolutionize the Way Television Works

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After cornering the home video rental market and all but slaying former rental juggernaut Blockbuster, it seems Netflix has now set its sights on the television industry. With the highly publicized release of House of Cards, the first original television series developed by Netflix, the king of on-demand streaming has introduced itself as an original content provider. And the ripples will be felt for years to come. Netflix could potentially lead the charge in changing the way television works.
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