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Not Joanna Eggs

Not Joanna Eggs is a podcast hosted by two friends, Tracy and Robbie, who love obscure animated movies: cult classics, hidden gems and everything in between. Robbie Twitter: @lobster_writer Tracy Twitter: @tctrauscht
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Jul 9, 2018

Hey guys! This week we're talking about the 1986 classic Transformers the Movie! This tricky beast of a movie was a lot of fun to talk about and while Tyler didn't help us understand it any better, he did add a lot of fun to the journey. Hope you enjoy! 

Tyler's podcast, Cynical Cartoons, can be found here

Intro Music: Don't Hold My Breath - Ben Briggs

Outro Music: Wet Dreams - Phonetic Hero

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Jun 25, 2018

Hey guys! This week we're reviewing the 2016 mini-series (?) Revolting Rhymes! It's another adaptation of a Roald Dahl book and it's a damn fun time! Join us as we talk about well-textured wolves and delightful interpretations of Red Riding Hood. It's a fun ride, please enjoy!

Our intro music can be found here: http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02621

Our outro music can be found here: http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02727 

Jun 11, 2018

Hey everyone! Apologies for the delay in getting this episode out to you! Life caught up with us a bit in May.

Anyway, join us for our review of the 2008 Australian stop motion animated film, $9.99. Residents of a Sydney apartment complex try to find the meaning of life: for some it's drinking their milk to earn an allowance, for others it's shaving off all of their body hair for their partner. (Yes, it's just as bizarre as it sounds.) Thanks for listening and hope you like this one!

Robbie Twitter: @lobster_writer

Tracy Twitter: @tctrauscht

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Intro Music: "Don't Hold My Breath", Ben Briggs

https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02621

Outro Music: "Wet Dreams", Phonetic Hero

https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02621

Apr 20, 2018

Hey everyone! This week, Robbie and I are joined by the awesome digital artist/animator Angus Beer (@angus_beer) for our review of the 1988 Appleseed OVA anime. Come for the banter, but stay for the excessive character swearing, women with sideburns and hilarious misspellings in the background. Hope you like this one and thanks for listening!

Angus Twitter: @angus_beer

Robbie Twitter: @lobster_writer

Tracy Twitter: @tctrauscht

Watch Spirit Bakery here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kll-_0kmNLQ 

Mar 20, 2018

Hey ya'll! Sorry for the long wait, but we are back with a new episode and an announcement! This week we're talking about the 1970 Chuck Jones film, The Phantom Tollbooth. Based loosely on the book of the same name, this film follows Milo through a strange fantasy world where he meets Tok, a talking dog with a clock in his body as well as a variety of other colorful characters. It stars Butch Patrick and a host of Looney Toons characters that ought to be familiar. It's a fun one, so give it a listen!

Also, we would like to let you know that we're switching to a monthly schedule officially. Time's tight these days and we figure maintaining a monthly schedule is doable for us right now. Thanks for listening and sticking around.

Feb 19, 2018

Hey everybody!

Here for your listening pleasure is our review of the 2004 South Korean stop motion animated short film, Doggy Poo. Joining us this week is a friend of the show, Kat Messing, independent stop motion animator. You can see her amazing work at katmessing.com or find her on Facebook.

Thanks for listening and hope you like it! :)

Robbie Twitter: @lobster_writer

Tracy Twitter: @tctrauscht

 

Jan 23, 2018

This episode, we talk about the movie Leafie: A Hen into the Wild! It's a 2011 South Korean animated film and it's a beaut! The story details a factory farm chicken who escapes the farm and raises a baby duck! It's a sweet tale of motherhood and the circle of life, among many other things. Please enjoy!

Jan 11, 2018

Happy New Year, everybody!

This week, we decided to do a commentary track for The Rescuers Down Under, which is the source of our show's name and also a fantastic movie. Thank you for listening! Feel free to contact us for any requests or recommendations.

Robbie Twitter: @lobster_writer

Tracy Twitter: @tctrauscht

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