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Joe Scott
The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News
Downlow.d is a deep dive audio documentary series that explores the morally complicated, occasionally inspiring and often forgotten oral histories of the internet. Support this podcast:
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3.7 stars from 108 ratings
Excellent series
This is a great podcast. Exciting informative and well researched. A great presentation of a fascinating story that most people probably only know a small part of.
gregorybreen via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/13/22
The story of Harry Knowles was laid out very interestingly, but the lack of polish in the audio quality made it difficult to listen to fairly often. I know many interviews were probably recorded phone conversations but the vastly different levels of music to sound effects to various speakers had...Read full review »
JQub3d via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/05/22
Although it makes a few mistakes, most notoriously by giving Harry Knowles one last platform to spout his narcissistic lies, you won’t find a more comprehensive look at the early years of Internet film criticism and the sharp-elbowed, often abusive culture of toxic masculinity that accompanied...Read full review »
Half Price Horror via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/31/22
Recent Episodes
Former AICN writer Alan Cerny, aka Nordling, talks with Joe Scott about his experiences with The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles, and shares what he liked and didn't like about the show. Alan also speaks to why he chose NOT to listen to the interview with Harry Knowles.  READ ALAN'S...
Published 09/02/22
Executive producer Kristina Bell returns to talk with Joe about reactions to the interview with Harry Knowles, updates within the world of AICN, and wrapping the first season of their show. Plus a deleted 'wedding scene' from Episode Seven. --- Support this podcast:...
Published 08/18/22
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