REMIX Time! We spliced our two Dan Harmon Story Structure volumes together. Listen in as Ryan, Michael, and Timmie take you through Harmon’s story circle writings, his story breaking process, and finally break it all down using an episode of Community.
Who gets tired of The Shining? Not NJAM! Timmie and Ryan present a brand new intro to our classic episode about Kubrick’s masterpiece. Originally released as episode #28, The Gang is joined by special guest, Monica Daniel. Enjoy, and have a Spooktastic October!
Taking a delightful trip down memory lane, Timmie, Ryan, and Michael discuss family friendly comedies of the 80s and 90s, the importance of original screenplays, and Ryan’s super secret screening of Richard Linklater’s new film, Boyhood.
NJAM is back and bringing you a highly unprecedented second volume of Quentin Tarantino love. Join Timmie, Ryan, and Michael as they makes fools of themselves with a bad table read, dive deeper into the life of Tarantino, wax poetic about absolutely nothing, and tease their next episode.
The gang is finally back together in the latest episode of NJAM. Join Timmie, Michael, and Ryan as they discuss the deep and controversial history of animation and the not-so-secret-best-show-on-televison, Rick and Morty.
On this episode of NJAM, the classic crew is back together to discuss depictions of afterlife on film, the Albert Brooks classic, Defending Your Life (1990), and maybe even their own views on what comes next.
On this episode of NJAM, Timmie, Michael, and Ryan discuss offbeat romance movies in the (slight) spirit of Valentine’s Day, and the incredible body of work contributed by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
On this spooky Halloween episode, Timmie and Michael are joined by producer, Ryan, and very special guest commentator, Monica Daniel! Listen as the gang discusses Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 horror classic, The Shining, Halloween, haunted houses, procedurals, and the best way to eat a sandwich.
In this special Halloween-themed pickup episode of NJAM, Michael discusses some of his most memorable spooky (and not so spooky) Treehouse of Horror moments from his all-time favorite television show, The Simpsons.
On this episode, Timmie and Michael discuss the film Coraline (2009), written and directed by Henry Selick, and based on the book by Neil Gaiman. Listen to their analysis of the casting, story, and themed Chex mixes.