Dave Schilling is a writer-at-large for The Guardian.
November 8, 2021
What’s poppin con-gregation? This week, we have Dave Schilling discussing how a fake high school ended up playing against an elite football program on ESPN. Plus, a total of 15 former NFL players plead guilty to healthcare fraud. Stay Schemin’!
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May 24, 2020
Dave Schilling (Full Court Chat) joins Nick and Heather to discuss Michael Jordan: Chaos in the Windy City. They talk about MJ’s legacy, the city of Chicago, Michael’s vocal performance, and more!
February 17, 2019
History is the most prolific screenwriter of all time. Thanks to the magic of Events Happening In Real Life, pop culture has graced us with everything from ‘Braveheart’ to ‘On The Basis Of Sex’. Those hit biopics about real people form a sort of Humanity Hall Of Fame. What if we told you there are an endless number of incredible real people who belong in that hall, and could make Hollywood fat stacks of cash in the process, if somebody would only put them on screen?
On this episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by writers/podcasters/all-around hilarious people Dave Schilling and Andrew Ti. They’ll take a trip down historical memory lane, and look into the most fascinating stories of right now, to find every amazing biopic Hollywood should have already made (and still can make). Get to know the most incredible war hero and U.S. Senator nobody talks about, the first female Presidential candidate, the Forrest Gump of relationships with modern terrible men, and more epic real people with Oscar potential.
June 19, 2017
Understatement time: movies are hard to make. Every movie from The Godfather II to Joe Dirt 2 is the result of years and years of tireless hard work from artists, craftsmen, teamsters, executives and advertisers– all working in high pressure situations with tight deadlines, huge egos and insane amounts of money at play. Like GDP of a small island nation amount of money.
Odds are behind every movie, there’s an absolutely insane story of inappropriate behavior, blatant disregard for safety regulations and famous people trying to murder each other. This week on the podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by Cracked’s Daniel O’Brien and Tom Reimann, comedian Jamie Loftus and writer Dave Schilling (The Guardian, Bleacher Report, Vice) to cover 17 movies with absolutely batsh*t behind the scenes stories, like basically every late-period Marlon Brando movie, the screwball comedy that shot an iconic scene on 9/11 and the backstage antics that led a very famous actor to punch James Cameron in the face.
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September 26, 2016
Writer and Trekkie Dave Schilling joins Devin and Amy this week to discuss the iconic 1982 film “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.” They cover how director Nicholas Meyer’s detachment from the series affected the final product, the influence Star Wars had on the run of the series, and why the viewer shouldn’t invest too much in the craft of the film. Then, Dave explains specifically what it is about Star Trek that he holds dear, the gang debates whether Spock’s character is underutilized, and sparks fly as Amy airs her grievances with certain elements of the film. Should “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” boldy go into the Canon? Cast your vote on the Earwolf forums!
This episode is sponsored by Casper Mattresses, Blue Apron, and Universal Pictures.