title

Tropes To Infinity

Tropes to Infinity

1
Followers
22
Plays
Tropes To Infinity
Tropes To Infinity

Tropes To Infinity

Tropes to Infinity

1
Followers
22
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

A conversation. tropestoinfinity@gmail.com

Latest Episodes

#104: He's Got a Lot of Heart

EGene and Erik look back on the career of Big Van Vader after discussing their Movie of the Week, the Netflix documentary, TAKE YOUR PILLS, which explores the physical and cultural effects of Adderall and other ADHD medications. Elsewhere, they talk about the latest 18-star Okada/Omega match, Dave Meltzer's broken rating system and CM Punk being inept at MMA. Songs featured in this episode: Marilyn Manson, "Deep Six" and Dopethrone, "Snort Dagger".

110 MIN2018 JUN 29
Comments
#104: He's Got a Lot of Heart

#103: Happy Death Day

EGene and Erik review their Movie of the Week, 2017's HAPPY DEATH DAY, before discussing the new Hardcore History episode, "Painfotainment", delving into medieval executions and humanity's fascination with watching, and for some performing, extreme violence. Elsewhere, we talk about the business model for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and of course, pro wrestling. Songs featured in this episode: Lil' Xan, "Betrayed" and Sleep, "Sonic Titan".

114 MIN2018 JUN 1
Comments
#103: Happy Death Day

#102: On Darren Aronofsky's Mother

EGene, Erik and returning friend of the show Miguel run down the NXT TakeOver New Orleans show, for which Miguel was in attendance, as well as give their impressions of the latest WrestleMania, before moving on to their Movie of the Week, Darren Aronofsky's Mother!, and lastly, their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Down, "Bury Me In Smoke" and Pantera, "Strength Beyond Strength".

125 MIN2018 APR 15
Comments
#102: On Darren Aronofsky's Mother

#101: Say You Love Satan

EGene and Erik review their Movie of the Week, RICKY 6, before Gene runs down his list of books he's read in the past year, and then both give their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Michael Jackson, "Jam" and Keep, "Welcome To".

133 MIN2018 APR 11
Comments
#101: Say You Love Satan

#100: Toys Were Us

EGene and Erik discuss the Netflix documentary series, The Toys That Made Us, focusing on the episodes for He-Man and G.I. Joe. Later, they touch on the films of Fritz Lang and Charles Laughton, sneaker culture, the greatness of author James M. Cain, and their respective books and records of the week. Songs featured in this episode: Truckfighters, "Desert Cruiser" and Mountain, "Never In My Life".

102 MIN2018 MAR 23
Comments
#100: Toys Were Us

#99: Ace In The Hole

EGene and Erik discuss the Billy Wilder film, ACE IN THE HOLE, before turning to other classic movies, the best TV shows of all time, wrestling, health, Stoicism, video games, and of course our respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Buckethead, "Datura", and X, "We're Having Much More Fun".

93 MIN2018 FEB 16
Comments
#99: Ace In The Hole

#98: Black and White and Red All Over

EGene and Erik discuss their Movie of the Week, Billy Wilder's "Sunset Boulevard", before moving on to the Logan Paul controversy, modern society's aversion to death, the ongoing conversation about race in America, and finally, their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Louis Armstrong, "Atlanta Blues" and Neutral Milk Hotel, "Two-Headed Boy, pt. 2".

124 MIN2018 JAN 20
Comments
#98: Black and White and Red All Over

#97: Hey, Nigger, Pass Me The Salt

EGene and Erik look back on their favorite things to come out of 2017 before discussing their Movie of the Week, the Brian Posehn Christmas comedy, UNCLE NICK, Tampa, Florida's thorny etiquette, and the massive influence of trumpeter and singer, Louis Armstrong. Songs featured in this episode: Rainbow, "Stargazer" and Jerry Lee Lewis, "High School Confidential".

94 MIN2018 JAN 6
Comments
#97: Hey, Nigger, Pass Me The Salt

#96: Whatever Works

EGene and Erik discuss the Edgar Wright film BABY DRIVER, as well as their Movie of the Week, Woody Allen's WHATEVER WORKS, before giving their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Moby, "Natural Blues" (using "Trouble So Hard", originally by Vera Hall) and The Beastie Boys, "Shake Your Rump" (samples from "Super Mellow" by Louis Bellson, "Unity (Pt. 2 - Because It's Coming)" by James Brown and Afrika Bambaataa, and "6 O'Clock DJ (Let's Rock)" by Rose Royce.

98 MIN2017 DEC 23
Comments
#96: Whatever Works

#95: The Only Constant In The Universe

EGene and Erik discuss their Movie of the Week, Samuel Fuller's 1963 thriller, SHOCK CORRIDOR, as well as their respective books and records of the week, and even a healthy dose of politics. Songs featured in this episode: Nick Drake, "Road", and The English Beat, "Twist and Crawl".

82 MIN2017 DEC 6
Comments
#95: The Only Constant In The Universe

Latest Episodes

#104: He's Got a Lot of Heart

EGene and Erik look back on the career of Big Van Vader after discussing their Movie of the Week, the Netflix documentary, TAKE YOUR PILLS, which explores the physical and cultural effects of Adderall and other ADHD medications. Elsewhere, they talk about the latest 18-star Okada/Omega match, Dave Meltzer's broken rating system and CM Punk being inept at MMA. Songs featured in this episode: Marilyn Manson, "Deep Six" and Dopethrone, "Snort Dagger".

110 MIN2018 JUN 29
Comments
#104: He's Got a Lot of Heart

#103: Happy Death Day

EGene and Erik review their Movie of the Week, 2017's HAPPY DEATH DAY, before discussing the new Hardcore History episode, "Painfotainment", delving into medieval executions and humanity's fascination with watching, and for some performing, extreme violence. Elsewhere, we talk about the business model for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and of course, pro wrestling. Songs featured in this episode: Lil' Xan, "Betrayed" and Sleep, "Sonic Titan".

114 MIN2018 JUN 1
Comments
#103: Happy Death Day

#102: On Darren Aronofsky's Mother

EGene, Erik and returning friend of the show Miguel run down the NXT TakeOver New Orleans show, for which Miguel was in attendance, as well as give their impressions of the latest WrestleMania, before moving on to their Movie of the Week, Darren Aronofsky's Mother!, and lastly, their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Down, "Bury Me In Smoke" and Pantera, "Strength Beyond Strength".

125 MIN2018 APR 15
Comments
#102: On Darren Aronofsky's Mother

#101: Say You Love Satan

EGene and Erik review their Movie of the Week, RICKY 6, before Gene runs down his list of books he's read in the past year, and then both give their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Michael Jackson, "Jam" and Keep, "Welcome To".

133 MIN2018 APR 11
Comments
#101: Say You Love Satan

#100: Toys Were Us

EGene and Erik discuss the Netflix documentary series, The Toys That Made Us, focusing on the episodes for He-Man and G.I. Joe. Later, they touch on the films of Fritz Lang and Charles Laughton, sneaker culture, the greatness of author James M. Cain, and their respective books and records of the week. Songs featured in this episode: Truckfighters, "Desert Cruiser" and Mountain, "Never In My Life".

102 MIN2018 MAR 23
Comments
#100: Toys Were Us

#99: Ace In The Hole

EGene and Erik discuss the Billy Wilder film, ACE IN THE HOLE, before turning to other classic movies, the best TV shows of all time, wrestling, health, Stoicism, video games, and of course our respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Buckethead, "Datura", and X, "We're Having Much More Fun".

93 MIN2018 FEB 16
Comments
#99: Ace In The Hole

#98: Black and White and Red All Over

EGene and Erik discuss their Movie of the Week, Billy Wilder's "Sunset Boulevard", before moving on to the Logan Paul controversy, modern society's aversion to death, the ongoing conversation about race in America, and finally, their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Louis Armstrong, "Atlanta Blues" and Neutral Milk Hotel, "Two-Headed Boy, pt. 2".

124 MIN2018 JAN 20
Comments
#98: Black and White and Red All Over

#97: Hey, Nigger, Pass Me The Salt

EGene and Erik look back on their favorite things to come out of 2017 before discussing their Movie of the Week, the Brian Posehn Christmas comedy, UNCLE NICK, Tampa, Florida's thorny etiquette, and the massive influence of trumpeter and singer, Louis Armstrong. Songs featured in this episode: Rainbow, "Stargazer" and Jerry Lee Lewis, "High School Confidential".

94 MIN2018 JAN 6
Comments
#97: Hey, Nigger, Pass Me The Salt

#96: Whatever Works

EGene and Erik discuss the Edgar Wright film BABY DRIVER, as well as their Movie of the Week, Woody Allen's WHATEVER WORKS, before giving their respective Books and Records of the Week. Songs featured in this episode: Moby, "Natural Blues" (using "Trouble So Hard", originally by Vera Hall) and The Beastie Boys, "Shake Your Rump" (samples from "Super Mellow" by Louis Bellson, "Unity (Pt. 2 - Because It's Coming)" by James Brown and Afrika Bambaataa, and "6 O'Clock DJ (Let's Rock)" by Rose Royce.

98 MIN2017 DEC 23
Comments
#96: Whatever Works

#95: The Only Constant In The Universe

EGene and Erik discuss their Movie of the Week, Samuel Fuller's 1963 thriller, SHOCK CORRIDOR, as well as their respective books and records of the week, and even a healthy dose of politics. Songs featured in this episode: Nick Drake, "Road", and The English Beat, "Twist and Crawl".

82 MIN2017 DEC 6
Comments
#95: The Only Constant In The Universe