We've got a thorough look into Stephen King's The Dark Tower adaptation from four-time podcast guest, Steve Weiser! Steve also joins us to discuss the exciting 2017-2018 season for the Erie Philharmonic, where he serves as executive director (and, oddly enough, resident Skyrim player). We'll also discuss a patent for oatmeal cereal, Cursed Child Broadway casting, Henry Cavill's Mustachegate, and Patrick's real plot for The Dark Tower.
For more info on the Erie Philharmonic: eriephil.org
Lords and ladies! The kingdom of See, Here's the Thing proudly declares the institution of an official "Hand of the Pod," Sir Steven Pappas (Is this Adulting?). With this promotion, Steven riles the anger of Sir Eric Garner (The KnowNothing Podcast), newly acclaimed Minstrel of the Pod.
Steven prompts an intense discussion on breakfast cereals before launching into our main topics: the leaked Infinity War trailer, DCEU's future movies, and Dunkirk's march to the top of the box office.
Plus, we turn to our Facebook fans to determine who's the best James Bond, remove digital mustaches, and watch Captain Kirk get thrown off a horse.
Episode 62's music was created by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com):
Faceoff, Midnight Meeting, For Originz, Hamster March, Crusade - Video Classica, Evil March, Merry Go Slower - Distressed, Fig Leaf Times Two, Juniper,
Comic Hero - Silent Film Light, Air Prelude, Crusade - Video Classica, Double Drift, Hidden Agenda, Achilles - Strings, Awaken - Stings, and Hackbeat
Jeff Sass, former writer, producer and director of sales at Troma Film Studios, joins us for Episode 61 to discuss his career in film, marketing, and his relationship with a lovable green super hero from New Jersey.
We discuss Jeff's book, "Everything I Know About Business and Marketing, I Learned From The Toxic Avenger," plus discover hidden Troma gems like "Farts of Darkness" and "Redneck Zombies."
Our Facebook listeners settle who the best James Bond is, we get a voicemail from Imran (Jock & Nerd Podcast) about "Brain Donors," Kermit gets a new voice, and Comic Con delivers big, sexy trailers from Ready Player One, Justice League, and more!
Episode 60 brings us a new, yet-to-be-named segment where we sit down and re-watch a movie...complete with sarcastic commentary and interesting trivia.
Our first film in this series is 1997's critical flop "Batman & Robin," starring George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell, Arnold Schwartzenegger, and Alicia Silverstone.
Join us as we investigate Batgirl's lazy mouth, Bruce Wayne's shoulder shimmy, Alfred's porn addiction, and the thousands of terrible puns in this Joel Schumacher disaster.
Eric Garner of the KnowNothing Podcast joins us to discuss our favorite movies which were universally hated by critics and fans. Eric also sings our podcast theme song, becomes Kate's new co-host, and teaches everyone about "larping."
Troll 2, Mortal Kombat, and Caveman are just a few of the films we'll skewer/admire, along with Waterworld, Super Mario Bros., and Popeye.
Plus, we'll also chat about Daniel Craig returning as Bond, The Greatest Showman trailer, Wonder Woman sequel news, and rumors of Zootopia/Ratatouille coming to Disney World.
It's your friendly, neighborhood pop culture podcast! Today, we review Spiderman: Homecoming, highlighting the performances of Tom Holland, Michael Keaton and a script with a lot of heart.
Plus, Kate and Patrick talk about their recent trip to Rochester, Minnesota for a theatre competition, their Podcast Awards nomination, and how to properly pronounce Idris Elba's name. HINT: It's not Eeedris Elbow.
We're back from vacation! With us, we've brought exciting tales of Disney's new Avatar land and improvements to Universal Studios.
This week, we're joined by Paul Combs from C&C Geekcast to discuss the directorial shakeup in the Han Solo spinoff film, Danny Elfman's score for Justice League, and Atari's plans for another console.
We'll also look at some toy sets for The Last Jedi, crunch the number of characters in Infinity War, and describe what a "dine-in" movie is like.
PLUS: We make up some movie music of our own.
It's our spookiest episode yet! We're taking a fond look back at our favorite Halloween movies: Nightmare Before Christmas, Clue, Casper, Hocus Pocus, and a special nod to our top horror films. Listen in to several audio clips from these great films and revel in the nostalgia of autumns since past.
Patrick's back this week and in rare form as he tries to explain the plot of Gilmore Girls starring TV legend Alf. We'll get a little political, highlighting recent media coverage from John Oliver and SNL, but we'll temper it with some news from Nintendo and Here Come the Mummies.
We also took a look at the new Rogue 1 posters, a Leonardo DiCaprio spearheaded Captain Planet movie, and a new Honest Trailer of the all-female Ghostbusters reboot.
BONUS: Listen to Kate rap/try to rap/fail at rapping on Fall Out Boy's "Ghostbusters/I'm Not Afraid" and MC Hammer's "Addams Groove."
Episode Originally Published 10/29/16
Be our guest and take a seat on the toilet as we welcome Kari Simms and Phil Rood to the show, straight from Blazing Caribou Studios, to Episode 56!
It's been a week since Pandora: World of Avatar opened and they've already sold out of a $50 hot ticket item. Beauty and the Beast came to DVD/Blu-Ray, as did a deleted character who features prominently in the bathroom. Zac Efron is Ted Bundy, there's gonna be a Sharknado 5, and Fabio's playin The Pope! I can't believe it's not communion!
PLUS: The Last Jedi plot tidbits, mute dogs, and I Love Lucy theme park attractions!
Everyone gets a happy ending in this episode, especially our special guest Nick Howell from the Orbital Jigsaw podcast network!
Join us our discussion on Wonder Woman mania, a Voldemort origin movie, and the opening of Pandora: World of Avatar at Disney World. We'll also peer into the Murder on the Orient Express trailer and Mark Hamill's thoughts on "The Last Jedi."
PLUS: Patrick finds a super power hiding under a rock.