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Digital Dumpster Diving

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We're Digital Dumpster Diving! We check out obscure free content in video games and movies, hoping to find something that might be worth your time, but even if we fail, you can laugh at our attempts.

Customer Reviews

Asking Netflix Easier

Firstly, it's a great podcast with a fun conversation, perfect for a trip or a weekend gaming/podcast binge. The best part though is that the information is quite useful. Most of the shows on Netflix that I'm semi curious about, I don't have the impetus to actually sit and watch. This show gives me the confidence and useful information going into a movie I'm not familiar with to enjoy myself and have a good time.

Bad movies and games make for great podcasts!

I can't promise I'm going to like everything they recommend, but it's always a fun listen. I hope these guys make it big, because this is good stuff.

After this show I actually watched Atlantic Rim.

I scan through Netflix every day when I get home from work. Oftentimes I'll peruse the "sci-fi and fantasy" category for something good. I've seen Atlantic Rim's thumbnail countless times but always thought better than to watch it. This podcast actually convinced me to watch Atlantic Rim. I AM A BETTER PERSON FOR IT. It's a fun mockbuster film that has some dang heart, and Matt and Dave made me understand that! I haven't listened to Mind's Eye yet, but so far this show has made watching some of these awful films much more bearable. Matt is such a warm personality and Dave compliments him with fun insights (who would know that the US's sub was incorrectly in the Red Sea in Atlantic Rim?). The show is timed nicely so that you don't need to clear your evening just to listen to it. Usually 30-40 mins is perfect. Check it out, tell your friends, and learn that everything Chris Pine doesn't isn't amazing.

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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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