Ennui Talk is an extension of the alternative comedy entity ennui.tv, hosted by its executive producer Matthew Winter. Each and every week, join him with members of the Ennui team, and occasionally guests, as they dazzle you with their personalities, entertain your with their stories, and intrigue you with their discussions. Episodes await you every Monday.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Ben Davis (@BENJYDAVIS) come together in the Ennui HQ to discuss being white and eating cheese platters, the various Chris Lilley series including Angry Boys, Summer Heights High and We Can Be Heroes, and the RoosterTeeth animation department controversy and “crunch time culture”.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Chris Hodge (@chris420hodge) come together in the Ennui HQ to discuss the death of YouTuber and Twitch streamer Etika and those who have taken advantage of it for content, what the best comedians strive to achieve, the point of reality television, why television has become simply promoting controversy, and how Netflix has taken over the entire video market.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) talks with the new member of the Ennui crew, Kaz Ghost (@kazpar1). They discuss the memories of each other from school, Kaz being an extreme movie buff, buying the KSI vs Logan Paul fight, being the new cinematographer for Ennui, and how he will compliment Matt’s directing.
In a flashback to the Ennui Talk Pilot Season, Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter), Chris Hodge (@chris420hodge) and Hayden Clark (@hayden.codal) discuss a Seinfeld full cast "debauchery session", what their dream jobs would be, and their thoughts on social media.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Chris Hodge (@chris420hodge) come together to discuss being five years out of school, Elon Musk being divorced by the same woman twice, PornHub’s Bee Sexual campaign to save the bees, kids from the Fine Bros thinking Seinfeld is racist and sexist, how context matters in old film and TV, when to punish employees who aren’t doing their jobs, and what they think their worst personality traits are.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Kieren Collison (@kieren_collison) come together to discuss low blowing kids in primary school, Kieren playing softball, Family Guy being better than Game of Thrones, wanting to be on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, if Kieren was on Australian reality TV, Matt seeing Five Feet Apart and Fighting With My Family in cinemas, the Mandela effect, and The Rock actually playing Robin Williams in Jumanji.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Ben Davis (@BENJYDAVIS) come together for a little bit of tech talk. They discuss their current and previous haircuts in life, iPhone’s front-facing camera being garbage, Samsung’s excellent displays, getting a better phone plan, the branding and marketing of Samsung and Apple, 4D audio, 360 cameras, 3D movies in cinemas, Apple’s customer service, using PlayStation vs Xbox.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and David “DavidToons” Roy (@davidtoonsyt) come together to discuss David not knowing the name of the podcast, if David thinks Michael Jackson did it, studying at university vs learning yourself, Logan Paul going gay for a month, an Ennui online business-related podcast, copyright strikes, seeing Ninja Sex Party live, the guy trying to bring back Filthy Frank, and dick pics.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Chris Hodge (@chris420hodge) come together to celebrate the birthday of everybody’s favourite Famous CEO, Matthew Winter. They discuss not being successful at 23 unlike several other YouTube creators, everybody trying to be a Twitch streamer and how to actually be good at it, Zoie Burgher and her horrible Patreon, sexism against women, and people being addicted to porn.
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Kieren Collison (@kieren_collison) come together to talk about several topics, including loving Adult Swim programs. They discuss voting in their state election and Matt not really caring about politics, several Adult Swim shows including Rick and Morty (specifically its third season), OG shows including Space Ghost Coast to Coast and Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the various Tim and Eric shows, forgotten shows including Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace and Assy McGee, and who should get an Adult Swim show (spoiler: we should).
Matthew Winter (@matthewwwinter) and Ben Davis (@BENJYDAVIS) come back to begin the “fifth season” of Ennui Talk. They discuss the new Ennui crew pixel art, not wanting to pay money to see fireworks, the recent Michael Jackson documentary and the allegations, Smosh having to censor their videos since joining Rhett and Link’s Mythical Entertainment, and their upcoming projects.
Matthew Winter and Jack Petersen come together and ask the question: what if Matt and Jack ran YouTube? They begin it an Ennui Unboxing, before they discuss content on YouTube being demonetized on YouTube, Sam Pepper ruining his YouTube career, Google’s involvement in how YouTube runs, previous competitors including Vessel and Blip.tv, and how RoosterTeeth has adapted to YouTube well.
Matthew Winter and Kieren Collison come together to talk about YouTube nostalgia from their childhood. They discuss their idea for talk show Marty Nite Live, Matt’s new office and new computer, classic YouTubers including Onision, Fred and Shane Dawson, NigaHiga still being quite notable, David Firth and Salad Fingers, the children’s classic The Annoying Orange, and old school YouTube Rewinds.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to have a casual chat that we (once again) are calling the Ennui Radio Hour. They discuss Matt moving into his new house, visiting Liam who works at TimeZone, Ben getting into anime, both of them working at McDonalds, Ben’s stories from The Reject Shop, and the Australian reality series Yummy Mummies.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together to have a casual chat that we (once again) are calling the Ennui Radio Hour. They discuss their sex and gaming-related spam emails, the YouTube copyright system and Smash Mouth’s response, Gary Vee leaving so much on the table to provide value to his fans, fake entrepreneurs who don’t do this, and the many bad uses of Facebook targeted ads.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to answer questions from the fans in an #AskEnnui Special, celebrating 100 episode of Ennui Talk. They answer questions about starting Ennui, Marty’s Internet Show despite its limited success, people who know about what they do, their favourite element of what they do, their biggest struggles making videos, growing Ennui, what content they couldn't make due to budget and legal restraints, and their thoughts on circumcisions.
Matthew Winter and Jack Petersen come together to talk about YouTube nostalgia from their childhood. They discuss the podcast My Brother, My Brother and Me and Comedy Bang Bang, the animation and voice acting community, Stick Figures on Crack, the animated Eddsworld series, Matt’s old channel BrainDamagedBuddz, if we started YouTube in 2010, TomSka, RoosterTeeth, Freddie W and RocketJump falling out of relevancy, Smosh, The Yogscast, and Ray William Johnson.
Matthew Winter and Kieren Collison come together to talk about the legend of Elliot Rodger. They discuss Mumkey Jones’ coverage of his life, Elliot’s manifesto My Twisted Word that described his childhood, conflicts, hatred of women, and his plans for his Day of Retribution, quotes from the said manifesto, and why Elliot has become a meme, against his initial wishes.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to talk vapes and rip vapes on An Ennui Vapecast Special. They discuss Ryan Hall and his Mountain Vapors company, how Ben used to vape in high school, buying his first vape underage, building your own vape, the laws surrounding vapes, how H3 made vaping more popular, society’s view on vapes, oils they’d like to taste, and if Ennui produced their own vape oils.
Matthew Winter and Jack Petersen come together for an anime-infused Ennui Fan Service special. They discuss their new show The Marty Project, where the first season is Japan-based, society’s views on anime viewers, and several different animes, including The Daily Lives of High School Boys, My Hero Academia, One Piece, One Punch Man, Attack on Titan, 91 Days, Blend S, RoosterTeeth’s RWBY, and the Netflix original animes and live-action remakes.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to bring in the New Year by drinking various amounts of alcohol. They discuss the alcohol they’re drinking, how they felt about 2018, McDonalds customer service, renting storefronts in their hometown, their local cinema, bringing back Hayden and Brad back on the podcast, Ben’s back problems, and the 2018 YouTube Rewind.
Matthew Winter and Kieren Collison come together to discuss things and also complain about them. They talk about the hot summer weather, AIDS medication, TikTok, Make America Great Again, Elliot Rodger, Matt’s car troubles, “the tennis ladies” at McDonalds, Alex Jones, Chinese comedian Paul Ru, Aunty Donna, working at McDonalds, doing character voices, and Filthy Frank.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to discuss their trip to Wollongong to collab with the legend himself, Kalab Templeman. They talk about coffee, milk and sugar for a while, before discussing their trip to Wollongong, if they could live in that city, where they think they’ll end up living, the difficulty of driving in cities, meeting and creating their documentary with Kalab Templeman, why they both have to wear glasses, Ben having Grill’d for the first time, Mexicans, and politics.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together for another Ennui’s Google Home Experiment special. They discuss Judaism and Jehovah’s Witnesses, the supermarketing outlet Aldi, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, the commentary community on YouTube, the H3 game, Adam Sandler’s new standup special, colour television, and Chris’ VR system.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together for, in the first episode of the self-proclaimed fourth season, a Let’s Talk Ennui special. They discuss Osama Bin Laden, the death of Stan Lee, the next season of Marty’s Internet Show, the current plan for the podcast and Ennui Talk Extra, their documentary on Kalab Templeman, the future of Marty’s Mailbag (or Marty’s PO Box), and going hard on the Discord and Reddit.
Executive producer Matthew Winter and season 3 co-producer Jack Petersen talk about the second season of Marty's Internet Show. In this episode, they summarize all four episodes, the original season length of season 2, the inspirations of Marty's Internet Show, and what season 3 will look like and how it'll be released.
Executive producer Matthew Winter and consulting producer Chris Hodge talk about the Marty's Internet Show episode "Becoming A New Man". In this episode, they discuss the dramatic song used in the episode, how it leaves season 3 open-ended, how the episode should have ended, a general look at what season 3 will look like.
Executive producer Matthew Winter and consulting producer Chris Hodge talk about the Marty's Internet Show episode "Becoming Kim Kardashian". In this episode, they discuss Marty trying to get some from Brad, Brad's drunk acting, the trait of Marty throwing up, the relationship between Ennui and Marty in the Marty lore, the overarching story coming into the show, and the original schedule for season 2.
Executive producer Matthew Winter and consulting producer Chris Hodge talk about the Marty's Internet Show episode "Becoming A Murder Mystery". In this episode, they discuss Marty putting his take on Law and Order, what the dead body was made out of, and how the character of Chris the Drug Dealer became a major part of this episode.
Executive producer Matthew Winter and consulting producer Chris Hodge talk about the Marty's Internet Show episode "Becoming A Gym Junkie". In this episode, they discuss Brad's improvement in acting and improv, the increased production quality for the second season, what happened when Chris dropped Marty off at the hospital, and how forgetting to film a scene made the episode flow better.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to celebrate Halloween in the Ennui Halloween Spooktacular. They discuss Ben’s vaping habits, scary movies they’ve seen including The Nun, Halloween and The Grudge, horror video games and VR games, and of course, Riley Reid.
In a exclusive preview of the Ennui Plus Gold exclusive talk show Ennui Writer’s Room, Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together in Ennui HQ for a discussion about conventions and festivals. They discuss their big plan go to RTX Sydney in 2019 to build their audience and film a Marty’s Internet Show episode, the other conventions they want to go to including PAX Australia, Oz Comic-Con and Supanova, and what type of short films they would make to enter in film festivals.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together for another edition of Ennui’s Google Home Experiment. They discuss their local postcodes, the Steve Jobs autobiography that Matt is reading, Apple and Android phones, Matt getting triggered by NBA 2K17, video games “promoting violence”, Ben thinking pro wrestling is lame, their local cinema being shut down and renovated, and all the types of “pubs and clubs” in Australia.
Matthew “The Sexual Intellectual” Winter and Chris “Gangnam Style” Hodge come together to discuss hitting wombats and kangaroos with their cars, nudie girl magazines, Omegle stories, girls looking much older than they are, PC culture and people being offended, words Chris won’t say, rap music, Chris knowing the Gangnam Style dance, Matt’s great nicknames for himself, Chris getting married, and their shitty furniture. We also talk about mugs for like 30 seconds.
Matthew Winter lets Kieren Collison host an Ennui Loves TV special, but does it very badly. In this episode, they discuss getting a shoutout on Instagram, the relevancy of the topics they discuss, when Arrested Development and Community were revived, some of the shows they’ve been watching, how South Park has done crude humor well, and writing Marty’s Internet Show.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to tell their various stories with customers at their respective jobs. They discuss dealing with angry customers, not having stock, being called “autistic”, spoiled kids trashing the store, not being able to give a refund, missing items in McDonalds orders, and people hating self-serve.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together to rehash a number of subjects that they’ve covered in past episodes of the podcast. They discuss hating reality TV, missing high school, mainstream music, tax returns, soggy biscuit, the value of video games, Jerry Seinfeld, 9/11 memes, Dan Schneider and many other topics they’ve already discussed.
Matthew Winter and Kieren Collison come together as discuss the two Larry Clark films Kids and Ken Park, the allegations against Kevin Spacey and his new film Billionaire Boys Club, Kieren’s favourite movie Back to the Future II, when Matt met Hulk Hogan, classic animated reality TV show Drawn Together, and watching your dad’s dirty DVDs.
Matthew Winter and Jack Petersen come together as Jack plays Matt’s therapist as he whines about his problems and insecurities. They discuss Matt being in a stressful mood from filming problems and his stagnant company, his insecurities about putting too much pressure on the Ennui Crew, other creators who have been pressured on YouTube, using meditation to help with stress, and Jack’s insecurities and fears.
Matthew Winter and Kieren Collison come together to...flip a coin to decide their topic, and school shootings and conspiracy wins. They discuss the Columbine school shooting and some of the conspiracies around it, the Bowling for Columbine documentary by Michael Moore, and the Government conspiracies about the Sandy Hook shooting.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to talk about the official launch of Ennui Plus on Patreon. They discuss their Plus, Gold and Elite tiers of their Patreon, the current and future rewards they will receive, what they will get at certain patronage milestones, and the future projects when Ennui Plus on Patreon grows.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together to discuss how Chris believes vitamins and minerals are all placeboes, explaining what they do to old people, their near car accidents in the past month, the concept of reality TV, Matt’s favourite reality show Love Island and Bachelor in Paradise, singing reality shows like The Voice, renovation reality shows like Flip or Flop, and what an Ennui reality show would like.
Matthew Winter and Jack Peterson come together to talk all things anime in an Ennui Fan Service special. The two discuss favourite animes like Daily Lives of High School Boys and Yuri on Ice, the objectively best animes like Attack on Titan and Your Name, popular animes like Pokemon and Dragon Ball Z, bad anime live-action adaptations like Death Note, and if Ennui made an anime.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together to reflect on their high school days. The two discuss Ben originally wanting to be a history teacher, Matt getting suspended for hitting a kid, Ben getting a card for “throwing rocks”, putting kids in their place, schoolyard fights, and the difference between private school and public school.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together to discuss near death experiences in their lives, what makes someone a racist, if they’d rather sit on a cake and eat a dick or sit on a dick or eat a cake, if getting your dick sucked is gay, and Chris’ bike accident.
Matthew Winter talks with the new member of the Ennui crew, Kieren Collison. They discuss their first real conversation being on the podcast, being interested in school shootings, Kieren’s role in Ennui on camera and behind the scenes, his role in Marty’s Internet Show, and both of them liking Degrassi.
Matthew Winter and Ben Davis come together for a Let's Talk Ennui special, where the two discuss the future The Origins of Ennui documentary and what they plan to cover in it, the Australian YouTube and online media scene they want to break into, the return of Marty's Mailbag, what roles the Ennui crew would have, and Ennui's future Twitch presence.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge bring in Matt's Google Home to help their chat, discussing the recent Royal Wedding, going to the gym and possibly building their own, being minimalistic in life and on social media, what apps they have on their phones, wanting to go on road trips together, reality television and what OJ Simpson did.
Matthew Winter and Jack Petersen come together for a nice little chat about Groovin The Moo, hitting kangaroos with your car, Marty attending Jack's high school graduation, movies about school shootings, Matt's former YouTube channels, and what's in their wallets.
Matthew Winter is joined by Jack Petersen and Kieren Collison for the first (and probably last ever) Ennui Live Lounge special. In this episode, they discuss weeaboos, bronies and furries (where they decide which one they'd rather have sex with), if they'd have a threesome, their friend Jimmy, being Marty's crew on Marty's Internet Show's third season, and their potential series The Soy Boys.
Matthew Winter talks with the new member of the Ennui crew, Ben Davis. The two discuss Ben's role as cameraman and co-producer, Ben's history with cameras, the best show on television Brooklyn 99, the ideal Marty fanbase, growing Ennui, and Matt wanting to create comedy music.
Matthew Winter and Jack Petersen come together to talk all things sex in the 69th episode of Ennui Talk, discussing sex positions, the American Pie films, sex scenes in movies, the greatest show on television Sex in the City, Netflix's Riverdale and everybody's favourite Paris Hilton.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge (and Brad Hodge for a moment via satellite) celebrate Matt's 22nd birthday in a podcast fashion, discussing childhood birthdays, playing Guitar Hero at other's parties, Matt's backyard wrestling promotion, Matt's Google Home not being plugged in, and ranking the OG Ennui crew by successfulness.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge bring in Matt's Google Home to help their chat, discussing the average size of a non-flaccid penile, how many stars are in the universe, hating primary school, an Ennui D&D podcast, reality TV, string theory and what Ted Talks are.
Matthew Winter and Jack Petersen come together to discuss the influence of Filthy Frank, the old days of Smosh, the crazy merchandise of Supreme, Matt being a graphic designer in the past, how Jack thinks Ennui can grow, some DVDs on Matt's shelf, Jack's favourite anime Daily Lives of High School Boys, and if Ennui made an anime-influenced series.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together for a nice little chat, discussing working in fast food, being a dance mom for a day, Dan Schneider being a creepy old man, stupid yet legal things, and Chris' relationship with his dog AirBud.
Matthew Winter and RetroArcadeMonkey come together to talk about movies in an Ennui Loves Movies. In this episode, they discuss the work of Edgar Wright including Baby Driver and Scott Pilgrim vs The World, why The Shape of Water is such an interesting film, and why Black Panther shouldn't be seen as an all-time great movie.
Matthew Winter talks with the new member of the Ennui crew, Jack Petersen. The two discuss working at McDonalds, his idol SkyDoesMinecraft leaving YouTube, being a big fan of Achievement Hunter, playing CounterStrike, Marty rapping, and the podcasts he listens to.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together in the return of the Ennui Gamescast special, where they discuss playing Dungeon and Dragons with Brad and friends, microtransactions in PUBG, creating a better, modern League of Legends, and what they would do if an Ennui Games studio existed.
Matthew Winter talks with YouTube personality and animator DavidToons, where they discuss their process of getting better at being a creative, staying inspired, how animators on YouTube have pivoted into being animation studios, his life after high school, the underpricing of animators and artists, and "life skills" class at school.
In an Ennui Plus exclusive preview of the season two premiere of the Marty's Internet Show aftershow podcast Marty Talk, "Becoming A Gym Junkie". Alongside consulting producer Chris Hodge, they discuss Brad's improvement in acting and improv, the increased production quality for the second season, what happened when Chris dropped Marty off at the hospital, and how forgetting to film a scene made the episode flow better.
Matthew Winter brings back Edatlin to talk all things television. In this episode, they discuss the 2000s reboot of Battlestar Galactica, the Western series Deadwood, the ongoing drama of Better Call Saul, if Breaking Bad is the all-time best drama, and the Viceland mockumentary Nirvanna the Band the Show.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together in the return of the Ennui Loves Movies special, where they discuss the "criticism" of Black Panther, the final Pitch Perfect film, the white-women-pleasing Fifty Shades Freed, Hugh Jackman in The Greatest Showman, and the plot of the first Ennui film. They also discuss the new Ennui office, Mardi Gras, and Chris' new job.
In a flashback to the Ennui Talk Pilot Season, Matthew Winter, with Chris Hodge and Hayden Clark, discuss the rise and imminent fall of Pokemon Go, Matthew’s love of pro wrestling, and Chris’ Braveheart speech.
Matthew Winter talks to himself, this time in a Marty's Internet Show Season 2 primer episode, recapping season 1 and previewing season 2. In this episode, Matt discusses the changes between season 1 and 2, how Marty Presents impacted the production process, the season one storyline and structure, and what season 2 will look like. This episode ends with the season 1 retrospective episode of Marty Talk, where Matt, joined by co-producer Hayden Clark, talk about what, at the time, the future of Marty was.
Matthew Winter has a nice chat with Chris Hodge, discussing everything from Valentine’s Day, Matt and Brad’s trip to RTX Sydney, Brad meeting his heroes in the Yogscast, Twitch streamers and gaming channels they watch, and their upcoming Dungeons and Dragons game.
Matthew Winter talks with writer, voice actor and animator Edatlin. In this episode, they discuss his series including Space Tree and Moonface, how Matt and Ed were going to work together on an animated series years ago, selling out, the legendary Homestar Runner, and the many Adult Swim series they both love.
Matthew Winter brings in Chris Hodge to, in turn, talk about all things Matthew Winter. In this episode, they discuss being a bully victim, being a social outcast because his mum bought him an Xbox instead of a PS2, how he's always wanted to make TV shows and films, getting suspended for hitting a kid in the face, the pressures of going to university, and the his outlook on life.
Matthew Winter and RetroArcadeMonkey come together during the holidays to celebrate Christmas in their own special way. They discuss Retro getting hit by a car, people being sad on Christmas, bad Christmas music, Jake Paul's Christmas EP and camgirls.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together to tell some great stories, including getting catfished at the age of 13, getting suspended from school for memes, getting scammed of all your earnings on Runescape, and not getting paid by an ametuer black rapper.
Matthew Winter is joined by the OG Ennui crew in Hayden Clark, Chris Hodge and Brad Hodge to celebrate the 50th episode of the Ennui Talk podcast. They discuss Elon Musk, Young Sheldon, vaping, Kevin Spacey, being accidentally racist, local elections, and the so-called "fast lane" on escalators.
Matthew Winter and RetroArcadeMonkey come together for what Matt incorrectly claims is the 51st episode, and talk about everything, including the Australian comedy troupe Aunty Donna, the now-maybe-retired Filthy Frank, and the comedy genius in Ricky Gervais.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together for a retrospective on finishing high school. In this graduation special, they discuss hanging out the first time after school, getting jobs after school, rejecting their university offers, moving out of home, and why high school doesn't define you.
Matthew Winter and RetroArcadeMonkey come together to talk a homegrown Knack 2 meme, having a sitcom opening shot in a viva voce, being a ballet boy, Australian and British slang, Rick and Morty memes, the Minecraft fandom, Tim and Eric, and the genius of Eric Andre.
Matthew Winter brings in Chris Hodge to talk about all things Chris Hodge . In this episode, they discuss living on a farm as a child, stories about his two siblings (including Brad from Marty's Internet Show), the Australian education system, his dream jobs, including being an engineer, having a beard, and the progress on his fitness.
Matthew Winter and YungCripp come together to review the previous month on the internet. In the October review edition, they talk iDubbbz's RiceGum Content, the recent demonetization issues on YouTube, and the recent troubles with Jake Paul.
Matthew Winter is joined by Hayden Clark and Chris Hodge for the first annual Ennui Halloween Spooktacular. In this spooky special, they discuss horror movies, scary video games, Elon Musk, VR horror games, and scary stories and dreams from their past.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge put together another Ennui News Dump special, discussing news from all over the world, including tourist destinations all over Australia, the gay marriage vote going on down under, and the fidget spinner fad.
Matthew Winter brings in Hayden Clark to talk about all things Hayden Clark. In this episode, they discuss living in Canberra, his assholish behaviour as a kid, his childhood friends including Big Steve, schoolyard memories, his ideal careers, being the top of his graduate year, and taking a gap year before heading to university.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge talk one-on-one about television from their childhood, including Mcleod's Daughters, Arthur, Cory in the House, Thomas the Tank Engine, The Saddle Club, Total Drama Island, Daria, Lizzie McGuire, Neighbours, Big Brother, The Simpsons and Degrassi.
Matthew Winter and YungCripp come together to review the previous month on the internet. In the September review edition, they talk the beef between Jake Paul and Faze Banks, KSI's comments about Joe Weller's depression, and PewDiePie saying the n-word.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge discuss the worst of the internet, ranging from shock sites like 2 Girls 1 Cup, to the weird world of ASMR, to Vine stars turned YouTubers, to the other trash faces of YouTube.
Matthew Winter is joined by Chris Hodge and Hayden Clark once again. This time, the Ennui crew discuss anything and everything, including university, millennials, 9/11 memes, weed, the latest season of Game of Thrones, Shia LaBeouf, and ponzi schemes
Matthew Winter and RetroArcadeMonkey talk all things TV and movies, giving a bunch of recommendations and having in-depth discussions on a number of films and series including Breaking Bad, Evil Dead, 1408 and Rick and Morty.
Matthew Winter and Chris Hodge come together to talk all things video games, including the games from their childhood, the genre of games they enjoy most, what games they'd like to make if given the chance, and reading through the top selling games in history.
Host Matthew Winter, with Chris Hodge, discuss how Chris is attempting to become a fit boy by going to the gym, his supplements he takes and the change in his diet, how the mainstream media warp the nutritious value of food, some of the most popular conspiracy theories such as 9/11, why the new Ghostbusters movie was bad, and the YouTube trending page.
Host Matthew Winter, with RetroArcadeMonkey, discuss Retro's trip to the US, long-running TV series including The Big Bang Theory, Suicide Squad's Margot Robbie, the two films about Steve Jobs, the Columbine High School Massacre and the films based around it, the movies of Harmony Korine and Gus Van Sant, and of course, the many pieces of Wes Anderson.
Host Matthew Winter, with Hayden Clark and Chris Hodge, discuss missing Brad, how life is after high school, how they've changed over the past few years, social constructs and memories from school, what they would have done differently, Hayden's friendships with older people and his life at university, Chris' job and his future career, and Matt's life as an attempting entrepreneur.
Host Matthew Winter, with Hayden Clark and Chris Hodge, discuss missing Brad, how life is after high school, how they've changed over the past few years, social constructs and memories from school, what they would have done differently, Hayden's friendships with older people and his life at university, Chris' job and his future career, and Matt's life as an attempting entrepreneur.
Host Matthew Winter, with Hayden Clark, talk all things Ennui. In part two of this Let's Talk Ennui special, they discuss how to target the Australian audience, how to grow the Ennui brand, how to leverage other projects to grow their own, the past and future of Ennui Talk, when Hayden would dedicate himself to Ennui, the future of Marty's Internet Show and how it will help grow Ennui.
Host Matthew Winter, with Hayden Clark, talk all things Ennui. In part one of this Let's Talk Ennui special, they discuss the rarely discussed subscription service Ennui Plus, the exclusive content that they want to produce for the service, how they want to reward their supporters, their inspirations for the content they make and want to make, leveraging their personal brand to grow Ennui, using Reddit and Discord to build a community, and how ads work into the Ennui revenue structure.
Host Matthew Winter, with YungCripp and ColeoIsCooleo, discuss Scooby Doo games, Crash Bandicoot, how the new Powerpuff GIrls sucks, actors who have had huge downfalls, a number of different porn parodies, how Cripp met My Chemical Romance, if cats or dogs are better, what they eat when they go to McDonalds, and what they had for dinner last night.
Host Matthew Winter, with RetroArcadeMonkey, discuss acting in an American Idiot musical, the fears of performing in theatre, The Book of Mormon, The South Park film, the genius of Matt Stone and Trey Parker, and the revival of Twin Peaks and Samurai Jack.
Host Matthew Winter, with Chris Hodge, talk about their watching habits. In this episode, they discuss Orange is the New Black, the state of reality television and the internet, good YouTube creators such as PewDiePie and h3h3Productions, quality gaming channels including the Yogscast and Sl1pg8r, and what a good gaming channel looks like.
Host Matthew Winter talks with up and coming internet personality YungCripp. In this episode, they discuss his differentiation with fellow cripple Ricky Berwick, how he doesn't use his disability as a crutch, the troubles of growing yourself on YouTube, the growth of Danielle Bregoli and Jake Paul, why Filthy Frank and iDubbbz have thrived despite their upload schedule, and the future for his content.
Host Matthew Winter talks with Chris Hodge about his trip to China. In part two of this Chris Does special, they discuss buying a Gucci scarf, Chinese people, travelling on a maglev train, touring with old people, the Chinese landscape, if he would go back to China and where they both want to travel to in the future.
Host Matthew Winter talks with Chris Hodge about his trip to China. In part one of this Chris Does special, they discuss the number of delayed flights, smog, airport security, the Great Wall, Chinese beer and overcoming the language barrier.
Host Matthew Winter talks with Dead on Dave, internet personality and co-host of the Catch 33 podcast. In this episode, they discuss working and be fired by Joe Cronin twice, how much context matters in situations such as PewDiePie's, the origins of the Catch 33 podcast what he thinks of Baited, why he isn't a fan of Keemstar, and why Clown and others are able to thrive in his lack of upload schedule.
Host Matthew Winter, with guest RetroArcadeMonkey, discuss the revolutionary alt-comedy entity of Adult Swim, the upcoming Emoji Movie, what makes David Lynch amazing, and one of our favourite animated web series, Hellbenders.
Host Matthew Winter talks with YouTube animator Gumbino, where the two discuss being an animator on YouTube, his Pokemon Parodies, how he's grown his channel, his animation inspirations, and his view on the YouTube ad boycott.
Host Matthew Winter, with Hayden Clark, discuss their childhood online, including their uses of Habbo Hotel, Club Penguin and MSN, how advancements in technology have made it easier than ever to make content, and how others monetise their content online with Twitch, YouTube and Patreon.
Host Matthew Winter talks with BionicPIG, an internet entertainer and musician. In part two of their talk, they discuss Hot Wet Soup, YouTube podcasts, his upcoming comedy album, creating serious music, Pink Guy, comedy rap music, and how to make discovery easier on YouTube.
Host Matthew Winter talks with BionicPIG, an internet entertainer and musician. In part one of their talk, they discuss his rise on YouTube, his original channels, collaborating, creating series on YouTube including The Greatest Show on YouTube, sustaining yourself as a content creator, and why Colossal is Crazy is now seen as a God.
Host Matthew Winter talks with RetroArcadeMonkey, a voice actor, bullshit musician, and narrator for Marty's Internet Show. In this episode, they discuss attempting to play music, his brother's two careers, being a voice actor, modern Nickelodeon and Disney, and Star Wars.
Host Matthew Winter talks with artist and internet comedian ColeoIsCooleo. In this episode, they discuss only been doing art for a year, his dream animated series, the New Zealand YouTube scene, the YouTube content restrictions, the commentary community, and what content creators he watches.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Hayden Clark, discuss the possibility for a video game studio, Ennui Games, developing and publishing games. In part two, they discuss video games spawned from television, including South Park and The Simpsons, as well as a number of game genres we'd like to dabble in, including survival horror, platformers, and, in a change of pace, a backyard wrestling game.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Hayden Clark, discuss the possibility for a video game studio, Ennui Games, developing and publishing games. In part one, they discuss creating and releasing games, including a fusion of Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto 2 and Bully, as well as a multiplayer Mountain Blade-cross-Skyrim medieval role-playing game, mixing .
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Chris Hodge, discuss bad movies both big and small in this Ennui Loves Movies special. In part two, they talk Cannibal Holocaust, Hobo with a Shotgun, Zombeavers, Troll 2 and Twilight.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Chris Hodge, discuss bad movies both big and small in this Ennui Loves Movies special. In part one, they talk Disney Channel films, Adam Sandler, B-movies, typecasting, and Cannibal Women and the Avocado Jungle.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Hayden Clark, discuss their ideas for a gaming channel Ennui Plays and the programming for it. In part two, they cover the need to still incorporate let's plays, different gaming-based podcasts and how they'd work themselves into the e-sports scene.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Hayden Clark, discuss their ideas for a gaming channel Ennui Plays and the programming for it. In part one, they cover creating unique gaming programming for YouTube, and how they would go about live Twitch streaming.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Chris Hodge, discuss some of weirdest news in an Ennui News Dump special. In this episode, they talk exorcisms, vodka for kids, rectum rebuilds, testicle removal, killer seagulls and learner drivers.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Hayden Clark, discuss their ideas for ennui.tv and the alternative comedy programming for it. In part two, they cover a workplace comedy in an Office-esque situation, based around the We Are Ennui crew, and potential Ennui-produced features.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Hayden Clark, discuss their ideas for ennui.tv and the alternative comedy programming for it. In part one, they cover their adult animation ideas, including a Rick and Morty-esque adventure series and a superhero parody.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside Brad Hodge and Chris Hodge, discuss the worst reality TV shows currently on television, the YouTube prankster fad, specifically Joey Salads, and how Chris is a regular video game rager.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside friend Hayden Clark, discuss the history of We Are Ennui and ennui.tv, including stories about Matt and Hayden's past ventures in BrainDamagedBudz and BMS, the current state of Ennui with Ennui Talk and Marty's Internet Show, and the future of Ennui, including Matt's animated series ideas and future channel plans.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside friends Hayden Clark and Brad Hodge, discuss social justice warriors on the internet and Brad's bad acting in Marty's Internet Show, before it turns a Magic the Gathering podcast.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside friends Brad Hodge and Chris Hodge, discuss scary movies, including an alien one that nobody remembers the name of, as well as really bad movies, including one about superbabies. There's also talk about eating food out of diapers.
Host Matthew Winter, alongside friends Hayden Clark and Chris Hodge, discuss the creation of ennui.tv's first digital series Marty's Internet Show, as well as their good friend Brad being a predator (not really).