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The Immortals

By Austin Lugar

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Description

Four immortals try to remove their curse by reviewing one of the 1001 Movies/Albums/Food/Songs/TV Shows You Must Consume Before You Die every week. Sure this will take 20 years, but who cares when you've been alive for centuries.

Customer Reviews

Witty, Wide Ranging and Wonderful

The Immortals podcast looks at cultural classics that that you've always meant to check out, but somehow never got around to actually doing. Very entertaining.

Fun and Always Amusing!

Great podcast ~ love listening to it each week! It is great listening to a group of friends interact with one another and discuss a wide range subjects related to entertainment. Love it ~ listen to it each week!!

One of the Most Entertaining Podcasts on the Internet

There are many cultural commentary/review podcasts right now that another one may make a listener feel exactly that: "Another one?" But I don't think there are any like "The Immortals." It has a format that lends to infinite variety--every episode features reviews of the same-numbered entries from six of the "1001 Things You Must Do Before You Die" books--and the discussions are entertaining in their true insight and hilarity. The hosts clearly love each other enough to to dive into intense arguments without hurting feelings. They constantly come up with succinct, witty summaries of why art works or fails. They dare to do the things we won't, such as eat terrible Italian food and watch TV shows from around the world without subtitles. It feels like a history of pop culture done in a very theatrical style, and I cannot recommend the extreme pleasures of every episode enough.
(My all time favorite Immortals moment thus far is a random scream of "WHAT?" during their commentary on "Cheers.")

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