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Young Blood - Men’s Mental Health is an award-winning podcast on a mission to make the mental health of young men a top priority… Did you know suicide is the #1 killer of people aged 15-44 and accounts for three times as many deaths in men as it does women? A major factor influencing these shocking statistics is men being made to feel isolated and like no one understands them… That’s why we’ve created a platform for young men from all walks of life to share their stories and open up about wh ...
 
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Brandon's a FIFO worker who's big on mental health. He's been to a dark place himself... when he was only 19, he was on the verge of suicide when a phone call from his mum saved his life. He's taken on the pressure of becoming a young dad, all while having to navigate a relationship that wasn't working. Brandon’s been dragged through the family cou…
 
This week we’re continuing our series on Al Pacino with the 2002 film Insomnia. We discuss the two great performances at the center of this movie, the missed opportunities with the setting and style, and question where it fits into the rest of Christopher Nolan’s filmography. Also, why we hate shopping bags. (Recorded September 21st, 2022.)…
 
Today we review one of the most iconic gangster films, Scarface. This is a first-time watch for the both of us, so we discuss how we might have come to this one too late. We also discuss the cheesy dialogue, the insane runtime, and the undeniably wonderful (albeit problematic) performance from Al Pacino. Also, why we hate audio-only GPS. (Recorded …
 
This week we’re talking about Goodbye, Eri, a manga one-shot from earlier this year. We discuss the beautiful “movie within a movie” structure, what we think literally happened in the third act, and also Henry goes on a very long tangent about The Rehearsal. Also, why we hate taking care of house plants. (Recorded September 7th, 2022.)…
 
Jordan Fielding is a champion Muay Thai fighter and one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet, who could also break your ribs with a single kick... Jordan had a rough life growing up and he's had to battle to beat the odds and make something of himself. He's never been one to share his past, focusing on the present and letting his fists do most of th…
 
Anders Villani endured continual sexual abuse as a child, beginning when he was just 5 years old. The abuse shaped the young man Anders grew into, deeply impacting his development and relationships, without him even realising. Anders suppressed what had happened to him all the way into adulthood, denying it to himself and never sharing it with anyo…
 
Today we’re reviewing the highly-rated but criminally-underseen film City of God. We talk about the fantastic style of storytelling, the incredible editing and sense of place, and come up with a reason to call this movie the “Anti-Expendables”. Also, why we hate the death of HBO Max (aka the Discovery merger/takeover). (Recorded August 17th, 2022.)…
 
It all started with a bicep tear in the gym... In the days after his initial surgery to repair the injury, Gabe Lieschke was overcome by necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh-eating virus that suddenly pushed him to the brink of death. He was put in a 10 day coma and had his right arm amputated in a desperate attempt to stop the disease spreading. Gabe su…
 
Today we’re talking about our top five favorite actors. Actors that we don’t necessarily think are the best, but whose work we will always seek out. We discuss everything from classic British actors, voice actors in every new Disney release, Mr. Music, a former child star turned dimension-jumping action star, and much more. Also, why we hate the fl…
 
A year ago Seb Steel's leg was crushed under a forklift in a workplace accident. The brutal moment of Seb’s injury was only the beginning of the immense mental and physical pain that followed. Surgery after surgery led to let down after let down and when Seb finally got his wish of a leg amputation, it didn't go the way he’d imagined… In the face o…
 
This week we discuss the 1986 follow-up to last week’s film, Aliens. We talk about how the plot of this sequel is essentially the same as the first, complain about the worst doomer character ever written, and try to make sense of the extensive Alien lore beyond these first two films. Also, why we hate getting notifications after you’ve gotten in be…
 
I promise you've never met anyone quite like Chance... The Congo native fled his war-torn homeland as a child, leaving his family and everything he'd ever known behind him. When Chance finally made it to Australia he thought he'd be in paradise, but in reality, life was hell... Homeless, traumatised and a world away from the only people who loved h…
 
TDrew is Co-Founder of 1AND1 Life, an African American owned mental health and wellness performance company based in New York City. Thomas went through more than his fair share of mental health struggles during his schooling days... He was regularly victimised by bullies; ending up so distressed that he became suicidal. Thomas had a hard time learn…
 
Dave Edwards is a father of two who’s really struggled with post-natal depression. Dave was rattled from the moment his now 8 year old son was born. He soon developed anxiety and depression as the pressure and reality of being a father hit home. Putting on a brave face for his partner, Dave was ashamed to share how he was really feeling. He’s not a…
 
This week we’re reviewing Bad Education, Cory Finley’s sophomore feature starring Hugh Jackman as a corrupt superintendent. We discuss some of our mixed feelings on the character portrayals, praise the film’s airtight script, and go on an extended rant about respect for teachers and the parents that don’t give them any. Also, why we hate rewiring o…
 
Today we’re recapping and reviewing the latest season of Barry, Bill Hader’s deeply dark comedy about a hitman-turned-actor. We dissect all eight episodes and try to unpack why we feel so mixed about this show that is largely made up of arcs and artistic choices we both really enjoy. Also, why we hate cancelling subscriptions. (Recorded July 6th, 2…
 
Cam Taylor knows a dozen people personally who've died by suicide since 2018, most of whom were connected to his FIFO work in the mines. He lost one friend on the job, then had the misfortune of finding the body of another just a short time later. In an attempt to numb the pain, Cam was drinking and partying to excess, refusing to confront the mass…
 
Today we’re talking about Top Gun: Maverick, the action-packed sequel that is decades in the making. We talk about the plot’s obvious parallels to Tom Cruise’s career, the messy timeline compared to the first movie, and also write another sequel starring BOB. Also, why we hate the AC being broken. (Recorded June 15th, 2022.)…
 
Marcellus Enalanga is a gay Aboriginal man who's faced prejudice on all sides. Marcellus had a lot to grapple with growing up in Port Pirie. Figuring out who he was and how to be himself was no easy task. He had some very dark days that culminated in attempting suicide. But thankfully Marcellus's story was only beginning. Since then, he's gone on t…
 
The sixth Rant Day is upon us. In this all-rant filled special episode, join us as we talk about camping chairs, error messages, back pain, broken shorts, Woop Slap, and effort inertia. PLUS Henry’s incredibly long trial of ripping a DVD box set. Also, if you wanna avoid the blood story, skip roughly 5:00 to 13:00. (Recorded June 8th, 2022.)…
 
Abdul Abdullah is an Aussie artist who's fascinated by the concept of being an outsider, something he identifies with personally. Abdul Is a 7th generation Australian-Muslim with Indonesian and Malay heritage. He's a man who can't be put into a box by any one definition. Working across portraiture, photography and painting, Abdul vividly expresses …
 
I met Cain Dover a few months back at one of the breath work, meditation and ice bath sessions he regularly runs as a way of helping people connect. Cain struck me as a man who’d been through something significant, come to a life changing realisation and taken the necessary action to evolve. And I wasn’t wrong… Until a few years ago, he was under t…
 
Steve White grew up without a father after his dad abandoned him as a young boy. The hurt of that rejection ran deeper than Steve realised, until he himself became a father and much to his horror, became caught in a cycle of repeating the same behaviour he swore he'd never subject his own family to. He never had anyone around to teach him how to pr…
 
This week we’re reviewing the $3 indie sensation that’s sweeping the nation, Vampire Survivors. We discuss the addicting and delightfully simplistic gameplay, the obtuse mechanics, and have a larger conversation about the price of video games today. Also, why we hate Friday the 13th (aka Samuel got a flat tire). (Recorded May 16th, 2022.)…
 
After being named 2022 South Australian Young Achiever of the Year, Young Blood - Men's Mental Health podcast host, Callum MacPherson, chats with Fresh 92.7 Breakfast Show presenters, Davo, Tom and Callum about the podcast's origin story, how to be there for someone who's struggling and what we can all do to contribute to the positive mental health…
 
Tom Tilley is one Australia's most recognised journalists and he's just written a fascinating book called, Speaking in Tongues, a memoir about his life growing up in a Pentecostal sect that believed it was the one true church.The church was based around speaking in tongues, with members believing they could receive the holy spirit and speak directl…
 
Today we’re talking about the video game worlds we inhabit, all the levels and maps and cities and fields and event a planet or two. We discuss our favorite level design techniques, what we like to see in more open-world style games, and Henry gets put on a list for enjoying murder. Also, why we hate phone shopping. (Recorded May 2nd, 2022.)…
 
Jack Brown is one of the guys running the trailblazing nationwide men's mental health charity #talk2mebro. It's an early intervention program underpinned by the ultimate aim of reducing suicide through informing and empowering men. The organisation was launched by Jack's friend, Kristy Hajjar, following the loss of her husband and Jack's cousin, Ma…
 
Today we’re talking about some of the most interesting characters ever portrayed in film. These are characters we wanted to see more of, or we thought were fascinating, or there was just something incredibly authentic about them. Join us as we discuss oil men, psychopathic teenagers, French New Wave singers, Vietnam soldiers, hotel managers, music …
 
Tim Conlon has the voice of an angel and he's using it to share his struggles and show others they're not alone... Deep down the singer song-writer has never felt good enough, always doing his best to cover up his insecurities and hide his true self. Tim's grappled with a sex addiction in a never ending quest for validation and knows what it's like…
 
This week we’re talking about Everything Everywhere All at Once, the latest film from Daniels and the highest rated film on Letterboxd. We discuss the maximalist style of the film, the core themes that resonated with the both of us, and the terrific performances from the entire cast. Also, why we hate the lack of scrubs in our modern culture. (Reco…
 
Today it’s all about the journey, not the destination. We’re talking about all manner of travel, discussing everything from train travel, plane rides, cruise ships, and some of our favorite road trips. (We also go on lots of different tangents cause this topic idea was honestly pretty loose.) Also, why we hate the curiosity of cats. (Recorded April…
 
Matt Caruana is a man in his early twenties who's had to show astounding spirit to survive and inspire. Matt put himself in a wheelchair from attempting suicide as a teenager... It was the end result of years of build up which saw him struggle constantly with his mental health from the age of 12. Matt used to feel so worthless that all he could thi…
 
This week we’re reviewing Arrival, the final Denis Villeneuve we have yet to talk about. We discuss our experiences watching this the first time, get into the philosophical questions this movie raises, and also spoil everything almost immediately, so maybe make sure to watch it first in this case. Also, why we hate Nintendo not being inclusive with…
 
Jaxon Tippet is a model, influencer and podcaster who's always wanted to be the man... Throughout much of his life, image meant everything to Jaxon and he was willing to go to extreme lengths for the sake of public perception, even if it meant compromising his health. Jaxon's life revolved around the intense use of steroids from the age of 18, unti…
 
Ryan Waite is a Youth Worker who spends most of his days sharing his life experience to help guide young men in a positive direction. Just 25, Ryan has survived more hardship than most. After his mother passed away when he was 11, Ryan's dad descended into alcoholism and became abusive, forcing Ryan to move out of home with his brother as a teen. R…
 
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