Millennium Group Sessions 16: Top 5 (Free!)

Top 5!

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BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions 16: Top 5!

In this episode of the Millennium Group Sessions series, the focus is TOP 5 MILLENNIUM EPISODES! Jim and Troy analyse Dirt's recent top 5 choices - found here - and then look at the picks of other Millennium fans before their own! Plus news and opinions on the Millennium scene!

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7 Responses to "Millennium Group Sessions 16: Top 5 (Free!)"

Wave_Crest said... November 29, 2009 at 1:18 PM

I quite enjoyed this podcast. One which got better as it went on. Well basically when you think back in hindsight it was an excellent listen from beginning to end.

I hope I can mention this, but some of us are hoping (fingers crossed that the connections don't break) to have a Christmas-themed talk next Friday, about the Season 2 episode Midnight of the Century.

Marshall Bell ('The Judge') was great seeing again at Memorabilia last weekend. It was an event a bit like Flashback, but didn't have that great a number of horror-related guests. Marshall seemed very enthusiastic about his Millennium episode.

The tried and tested subject of people's Top 10 list was given a dustover and freshened up. That's what it felt like in this podcast.

I hope you do a Top 10 horror films list sometime in the future. That would be fascinating. It's always interesting hearing and reading other people's Top 10 favourite lists. But hearing them in an audio podcast freshened it up a bit.

Jósef Karl said... November 29, 2009 at 4:49 PM

This was fine listen, even though it could have been tighter, but you guys can't get enough of each other and have to banter away :D

I really have to get my top 5 out there sometime, it's really hard for me to pick something out like that. I probably can do that with Millennium episodes, but with the whole horror genre, now that's hard to single out something...or just films in general.

I wish I had been this early at the convention to have extra time with Lance... I mean, I could have, if I had known. But I desperately needed sleep, a few hours of rest before that Friday afternoon. I had stayed up for probably more than 24 hours because of me working on the DVDs, the plane ride and waiting at LaGuradia for my morning flight to Chicago AND wait for my room to be ready so I could have a little nap.

Lance was cool, so down to Earth and you could just talk to him. He's as much of a fan of Millennium as we are, so we're lucky to have his support.

And I was really surprised that he got this room basically for us to use, hang out or sleep. But I had already booked and paid for another hotel so that really wasn't an option for me. But it's the thought that counts.

He was really into all this alternative energy solutions we got going on in Iceland and always wanted to shoot a movie or go to Iceland.

And I have to mention Ed and his wife, they were really nice folks. You wouldn't have the slightest idea he liked Millennium, and even his wife watches it but not the scary bits. I actually spent more time talking to them than the celebrities at the VIP meet and greet on Saturday.

But it was really cool to have a little time with Lance and Troy drinking Heineken that Sunday afternoon. You could go to the toilet and say Heineken as you peed (as in David Lynch's Blue Velvet)! Why didn't James pick up on that being a Lynch fan. He should be lynched!!! :D

I hope I can do something like this again next year...and be more active than I was during Flashback Weekend, I'm such a shy person. Plus, have more money with me :P

Enough rambling...sleep time.
Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Eric said... November 29, 2009 at 6:36 PM

Hi guys. I apologise that I don't always listen to all of these but I listen to most of them but I'm confused. What happened to the James Morrison interview that was announced ages ago but, from the looks of Twitter, is not happening or is still being arranged? There was a post that mentioned an X-Files podcast that never happened (promised the week after I believe) and what happened to the The Screamstress script competition that I entered? No winner has ever been announced. Good stuff guys but needs to be so much tighter.

T.L. Foreman said... November 29, 2009 at 7:19 PM

Ok, at the comments about being tighter, if you had listened at the beginning of the show, it was mentioned that this was a podcast just giving updates on what has been happening lately. Not sure what the tighter comments are all about.

@Eric, if you had listened to the shows all your questions would have been answered. We never announced James was going to be on the show, we said we were trying to get him on the show. The Seamstress script was already given away months ago on a podcast we did with XFN, our first podcast with the X-Files community.

Jósef Karl said... November 30, 2009 at 1:22 AM

Troy, I just wanted to give a bit of constuctive criticsm instead of the same old "good job" I've been giving out, I do that since I have nothing to say in particular about it.

But I still do think it could have been smoother (but never as smooth as your voice!) and condensed. I still enjoy your fun banter but I do think you guys do a lot of repeating in the same podcast.

But, great job, I love you guys. I'm always excited when a new podcast pops up and listen to it straight away.

But Eric, yeah, you really need to pay attention.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Ben Lundy said... November 30, 2009 at 6:49 PM

I easily enjoy the non-interview episodes just as much as the ones with guests. You two have an "odd couple" vibe about you. The Top Five lists were very interesting to hear.

James, I'm still flabbergasted that with as many shows of similar genre that you enjoy (including the late, GREAT Twin Peaks), you have not seen a single episode of LOST. You know, now that you've gone five years without watching a single episode, you should just wait until the show is all complete and out on Blu Ray, then take like two weeks off from work and watch it start to finish.

Great listen as always. TL, what a great story about your time with Lance. Will you be keeping us up to date via the podcast if any of those autographed pics become available in a contest or something?

Wave_Crest said... December 2, 2009 at 2:14 PM

Personally I didn't think a lot of things were repeated, that the show needed to be tighter and smoother. It was about people's Top 5 favourite Millennium episodes. I enjoy the banter and chat between Troy and James. It is just like a sitcom.

I didn't like the LOTR films myself. Wish I could get those nine hours back! Although I do like watching three hour films.

I regret not going to see the director's cut of Dances With Wolves at one of my local cinemas some years ago now. It was on for four hours! But it's such a good film.

The talk about Heineken made me think of the beers/ales I like to drink..Mackeson stout and Vimto, Pedigree and Ruddles County.

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