Trevor Thompson (Trevor)

Host / Producer

Trevor has been making movies since he was a small child. With a camera, a towel and a loose understanding of what "crimefighting" is, he wrote and directed his first Batman movie around the age of 6. He followed it up with such Thompson Family Blockbusters as "Alvin and the Chimpmunks meet the Chipettes" and "Batman Part 2" before moving on to more serious fare once he reached High School. There, he joined the Radio/TV/Film department of his Visual and Performing Arts school where he learned all there was to know about linear editing and analog video production. And then the digital video revolution happened as soon as he graduated. Oh, well.
He continued working on projects, many with Shawn, from sketch comedy series to an avant garde mocu/documentary/narrative feature and much in-between. Many of those efforts are best enjoyed on this very podcast. If, indeed, "enjoyed" is the word.

Trevor's Podcasts:

Table Reads Ep. 59: James Cameron's Spider-Man, Part 5 (Finale!)

Released on Tuesday, August 1st 2017 @ 6:23PM

This is the moment you've all been waiting for: the end of the stupid James Cameron Spider-Man script from hell! It's been a long, strange trip down megalomania lane with "Professor" Octopus, A.K.A. "The Real Spider-Man" and everyone's favorite wall-crawler. 

We're not going to even discuss the batshit insanity that happens in this final installment because it must just be heard to be not believed. Needless to say, it's basically the Batman and Robin of the Spider-Man franchise, except nowhere near as good or believable. 


Table Reads Ep. 58: James Cameron's Spider-Man, Part 4

Released on Tuesday, July 25th 2017 @ 10:07AM

In this, the penultimate part of James Cameron's Spider-Man, Spidey proves himself SO BAD at maintaining his secret identity that even with a full face mask, his disguise is less convincing than Clark Kent's glasses. 

Beyond that, Liz and Aunt May have a Bechdel test-failing conversation, Plutonium turns out to be pretty easy to get your hands on, and traffic out of New York continues to be the real menace of the Big Apple.

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Table Reads Ep. 57: James Cameron's Spider-Man, Part 3

Released on Monday, July 17th 2017 @ 11:35PM

As Halloween comes about at Empire State University, find out what the hot costumes are this year (1993)! Learn about J. Jonah Jameson's amazing photo reconstruction powers! Find out just how little protection a cinched robe offers against gunshots! Marvel (HA!) at Spider-Man's complete inability to mourn his departed loved ones! And finally, witness the first full-on confrontation between Doctor Octopus and the Amazing Spider-Man! All on this week's thrilling episiode of Table Reads!


Table Reads Ep. 56: James Cameron's Spider-Man, Part 2

Released on Friday, July 7th 2017 @ 8:00PM

Picking up after Prof. Octavius' totally preventable lab accident, things kick into top gear as Peter finds himself tussling with the same spider that gave Ock so much grief and quickly discovering that he is a wrestler. 

Meanwhile, Doc Ock is in the hospital, unconscious... so we have to wait until the middle of the episode to hear him mutter "Okey...Dokey!" 

Also, I think Aunt May has Alzheimers. That bitch is battier than a Gotham Billionaire. Oh, and Peter is the WORST at maintaining his secret identity. So much so that I don't even feel bad calling him Peter. 


Table Reads Ep. 55: James Cameron's Spider-Man, Part 1

Released on Tuesday, July 4th 2017 @ 12:22AM

James Cameron's Spider Sense tingling


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Greetings from the Rogue Intel HQ.  Duff here.  We've had Mike Troup on the Prime podcast before, but wanted to make a special mention of his podcast: The Earth Collective.

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