Glad to see you have found your way safely over to fantragic.com, the new home for the MMM Commentaries podcasts.
Apart from a new domain and website, not much has changed with the podcasts – it still has the stuff you know and love!
All the old MMM Commentaries podcasts are slowly being migrated over to this site – within the next week everything should be in place.
This article appeared in Lawrie Zion’s DVD Letterbox column on the 9th September, 2006.
Welcome to all those visiting our site for the first time courtesy Lawrie Zion’s article in The Australian newspaper.
Have a listen to some of our recent podcasts, or sample some of our commentaries, I am sure there will be something in them for everyone.
Again, welcome, and get in touch if you have any questions or suggestions.
Starting in July 2006, the MMM Team will be taking it upon themselves to provide some alternate commentaries for the excellent Doctor Who – Lost in Time boxset – a collection of single episodes from the B&W era of Doctor Who. The Lost in Time boxset attempts to bring together for the first time all these orphaned episodes in one outstanding release
The Crusade, episode 1
The Dalek Masterplan, episode 5
The Celestial Toymaker, episode 4
The Moonbase, episode 4
The Faceless Ones, episode 1
The Daleks, episode 1
Evil of the Daleks, episode 2
Lost in Time? Missing episodes? I don’t understand! Tell me more!
MMM are taking a week or so off from the hectic world of commentaries and podcasts and will return with a new podcast and commentary for you on the 22nd May.
MMM Commentaries brings you a first in fan-recorded DVD commentaries. The team has put together commentaries for three pilot episodes for what we regard as important and exciting TV series, both old and new.
Please join us and enjoy commentaries for the following pilot episodes on this our Pilot Day.
Stargate SG-1 – Geoff and Trevor disuss the feature length opening episode Children of the Gods
Futurama – Trevor and David cram into 22 minutes the entire history of Futurama as they look at Space Pilot 3000
West Wing – David and Geoff ruminate over the finer points of American politics as they look at the imaginatively titled episode Pilot.
Q: How does a website bring something fresh to the Star Wars fan-verse and its mutitude of obssessive crazy Lucas-worshipping disciples?
A: By doing something so insane that even a obsessive crazy Lucas-worshipping disciple wouldn’t go near with a ten foot lightsabre
On November 20 the award-winning MMM team attempted the impossible (or at least extremely ill-advised) and completed the entire six-film saga IN ONE SESSION. From the Blockade Runner to Beru and her baby, you can now share in the experience. Do not miss one scintillating second. Views, insights, anecdotes and the only chance to hear a Star Wars commentary sans Ben Burtt. It’s all here, no breaks, no edits, no idea.
Tune in and you will really will feel as though it all started “a long time ago”
One man had a dream…
David, one of our esteemed MMM Commentaries team, had an idea.
That idea was to do a marathon commentary session encompassing all six Star Wars films. Not only to provide our unique alternate, fan-made commentaries for each film, but to record them in one big session.
This took place on the 20th November, 2005. Starting at 8.25am, the MMM Commentaries team began with A New Hope, and finished at approximately 10.45pm that same day with Revenge of the Sith.
These commentaries are now available for your listening pleasure. We would love to hear your thoughts.
A New Hope
The Empire Strikes Back
Return of the Jedi
The Phantom Menace
Attack of the Clones
Revenge of the Sith