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A movie podcast about relationships... or a relationship podcast about movies. Married couple Laci Roth and Matt Stokes examine movies they love deeply but which the other hasn't seen or doesn't like. Together they will get to the bottom of whether or not the movies they love so much are actually good.
 
A podcast for those who just want to catch up on a film they normally would never see. Each week, Ron recaps a movie for Chris, who works long hours for little pay. Nurse Candy brings the games, and everybody else just wants a little entertainment. Hilarity and mishaps ensue. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD: proceed at your own peril...
 
Welcome to the Cult Film Club, a monthly podcast and blog about MOVIES WE LOVE TO DEATH despite how bad, weird or obscure they are. In fact, we love them because they’re bad, weird or obscure! We discuss and analyze cult films from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. Collectively we possess an impressive amount of useless pop culture knowledge, but we’re no movie snobs–just a couple of guys (and a girl) who really like movies.
 
Tripp and Andrew Laino have been watching movies together since 1992, and making fun of them together since 1999, when a rainy afternoon of babysitting turned into 8 hours of cheesy science fiction and jokes. Raised on a strict diet of 80s movies, the pair have an undying love for the decade and all of the weird, wonderful cinema therein, despite barely being there for it. Every other week (since 2014) they dissect a movie and the bizarre cinema quirks of 30-odd years ago.
 
Mike and Anthony dive into all things in pop culture that have shaped us, educated us, and sometimes warped us for better or worse on a weekly basis. This includes but is not limited to movies, TV, music, toys, the 80's, the 90's, and most everything in between. This show does have some profanity so don't forget your ear muffs for the little ones.
 
The For All Nerds Show are the Multicultural Maestros. We discuss the week in pop culture and geek, while keeping an ear to the street for the topics and controversies that affect the world of fandom--all from the perspective of people of color. Show hosts DJ BenHaMeen and Tatiana King Jones serve as the cultural guides for this unique show, along with a revolving cast of guests that run the gamut of industries--from music and politics, to comics, movies, television and tech. For All Nerds S ...
 
Sound Clipse is a weekly podcast where hosts Dave (Dogman), Matt (Eagle 1) and Pup McLoggins (Puppy, Pupperoni, Puppolotica, etc..) discuss the finer points of modern and contemporary pop (and not-so-pop) culture. Each of these gentlemen has a solid 30+years of experience with American audio and visual culture and work together each week to bring a fresh, sometimes humorous spin to the day-to-day living experience.
 
Welcome to Lotsa Pasta! This is the Podcast led by your Host -Captain Death- where we read scary stories from sources like Reddit/NoSleep, CreepyPasta, TrollPasta, Unsettling Stories, Stories to Read Alone at Night, and MANY MANY more with different guests almost EVERY WEEK! Join us for some casual spoopy spoopo conversation about Horror Films/Shows/Books/Games/etc and then sit down, spark it up, and get ready for some stories around the campfire with me and all my friends. FOLLOW US ON FACE ...
 
'What’s Your Damage?' brings together Mike of Chinstroker Vs Punter and Noel of Adventures In VHS to discuss three classic 80s movies in depth. Every few weeks, Mike and Noel look at one film each for the first time (that has been recommended by the other), before piling into a third from the era that neither has seen! Feedback: whatsyourdamagepodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @chinstroker / @filmrant
 
A podcast where three Generation X-ers from the midwest (a mobile D.J., a writer, and a professional musician) discuss music from their generation. 80's and 90's music are fond to their hearts but they explore older and current music with contrasting opinions, wit, and candor. Guests occasionally pop in and lend a voice as well. Funny, insightful, and nostalgic; there are no rules. So sit down, download, plug in, and STICK THIS IN YOUR EAR!
 
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In this bonus episode of Thirty Pop, Luke turns the clock back a little farther than normal, sitting down with surrealist comedy legends David Ossman and Phil Proctor, founding members of famed stage and radio troupe Firesign Theatre, ahead of their first album release in 25 years: Dope Humor of the Seventies. EPISODE LINKS Check out the album now …
 
A Polish rabbi makes his way through the Wild West, with the help of a lovable bank robber. This week, we chat about a cowboy love story made decades before Brokeback Mountain, when the Sabbath really ends, and the stupidest piece of IMDb trivia ever. We also share our thoughts on Wonder Woman 1984 before finding out if The Frisco Kid stands the Te…
 
In this episode of Thirty Pop, Luke hops on a call with decades-spanning pop culture icon Nia Peeples to look back at the premiere of The Party Machine with Nia Peeples. They discuss her relationship with Janet Jackson, with celebrity, and ultimately with herself. *Stream this week's Thirty Pop 1990 Mixtape Playlist: * Apple Music | Spotify MERCH C…
 
It's the triumphant return of Cannon-uary, with Sylvester Stallone's bizarro-world version of Beverly Hills Cop: Cobra! What's with Chekov's matchstick? Why is there almost no plot whatsoever? Who cut this down to 80-some minutes? Plus, gratuitous violence, dummy deaths, and all sorts of nonsense. All this and more!“NewsSting, Ouroboros” Kevin MacL…
 
From the jazz inspired backbone of The Wonders, Guy Patterson, to College freshmen wanna be doctor, Josh, inspired by Cooper to slack off and damn near lose his scholarship, Tom Everett Scott teams up with Mark-Paul Gosselaar, aka Zach Morris, to save their scholastic careers via a suicidal school loophole to get straight A's. This is the movie whe…
 
This is unlike anything WhereAmI? Has ever witnessed. He’s not even ready for it. No, like, for real, as we continue the episode, he proves himself less and less able to handle this shit. What have I done? How high have I become? Oh yeah, this one’s fucked up. Here’s a trigger-warning for shit about to get fucked up. Don’t believe me? Well, wait fo…
 
Luke's most recent addition to the Thirty Pop rotating cast of co-hosts, Charles Coats, shares a little 90210 memory from his childhood in California. If you have a story you'd like to share on Thirty Pop, email thirtypoppodcast@gmail.com! Be sure to follow and tag Thirty Pop on Facebook Twitter & Instagram! This show is made possible by patrons li…
 
Your favorite podcast hosts who are married to each other and talk about movies that they loved when younger but haven't seen in a long time and are concerned might not hold up to the scrutiny and cynicism that is aging return to discuss the classic 1994 comedy Dumb and Dumber. Matt's distaste for 1990s Jim Carrey has been well explored on this sho…
 
In the first episode of Season 3, Luke looks back on all the retro goodness from this week in 1991, and sits down with actress Angela Goethals to talk about her experience playing the role of Linnie McCallister in Home Alone! EPISODE LINKS Click here to see all of Wayne Gretsky's amazing career accomplishments! *Stream this week's Thirty Pop 1990 M…
 
The third and final trimester of Ethan's Embryo is upon us! Ethan Embry is all about that bass as he sets out on tour with The Wonders (aka The Oneders) in one of the greatest mother flipping movies ever put on film. It's something peppy, it's something snappy, it's something up-tempo, it's That Thing You Do! Bandits Emporium Use PROMO code sodapop…
 
I wish I could say my year has begun on the right foot, but it really hasn’t. Just because the number on the calendar changed doesn’t mean shit can’t still come out of nowhere to ruin your day. Here’s to a happy new year of more problems brought on by the people around me and making me indirectly involved with their terrible decision making! gin-gi…
 
Danny Hodge on the cover of the April 1, 1957 issue of Sports Illustrated. We’re happy to have the debut on the pod this week of Al Getz (@AlGetzwrestling) from Charting the Territories for a wide ranging conversation. First, we discuss the life and times of Danny Hodge, who passed away last week at the age of 88. One of Al’s main areas of research…
 
A little treat for ourselves is the final episode of 2020: One of our all-time favorite movies! Hear this episode in full at Patreon.com/Dissectingthe80s, and unlock move than 13 hours of bonus content!Lorraine is VERY hot for Marty, Doc is a treat, Michael J. Fox's insane schedule, drinking butterscotch schnapps, Tasty Eddie Van Halen Jams (RIP), …
 
Just when we thought we were done... they keep pulling us back in. Yes. We did it. We watched Wonder Woman 84. Not only that, but we brought in Janicia F of Tea With Queen & J, and Rodimus Prime from The Black Guy Who Tips for an all star session about what went right, and what went very wrong with Diana. Press play and get ready, cause we pull no …
 
What have I done. What have I stooped to. This is rhetorical because not only do I hate Christmas but I hate it enough to relinquish the reins of my show to Frowns McBooHoo for an episode to avoid the humbuggery of the evening. Let’s see if we can get through this in one piece. If so, I’ll see you on the other side in a much brighter, and less shit…
 
This is Mike's first episode since coming home from the hospital after a long battle with Covid (true story). He's back and better than....well, he's back anyway, and the guys are dissecting the only movie with a half naked woman carrying a rope that Anthony will let his small child watch. Our favorite super "Gal" is back to fight crime, rekindle a…
 
Merry Christmas, gang! We're tackling a truly odd duck of a movie: Santa Claus: The Movie! Why is John Lithgow wearing these enormous teeth? Why does this movie spend 50 minutes doing Santa's life story with absolutely, positively no conflict whatsoever? What's going on with the workshop? Why are all these children flying!? All this and more! “News…
 
An elf raised at the North Pole discovers that he’s actually a human, and leaves Santa's workshop to find his father in New York City. For this year's Christmas episode, we chat about where all the Ray’s Pizza locations have gone, the 80s sitcom that Buddy the Elf would have felt at home in, and the holiday song that *should* be canceled. Then we p…
 
Happy Holidays, darlings! This month, your hosts are happy to bring you a very special episode, devoted to a very special Christmas episode of TV...Will Vinton's A Claymation Christmas Celebration! The show opens on two dinosaurs (cuz nothing says Christmas like dinosaurs!), hosting a variety show consisting of different videos set to Christmas car…
 
We made it! That's right folks, it's the last ForAllNerds of the year! And it's a most wonderful time as we review the finale episode of season two of The Mandalorian!!! Nothing but spoilers so if you haven't seen it yet then fast forward to after the break where we answer hella Geekquently Asked Questions, Benhameen gives one last Comics I Copped,…
 
Jaws spawn seeks revenge on the surviving Brody family members. Joelle - "Find your fucking holiday joy, Grinch!" Parry - "Brody the Shark Slayer"By Medinchena, Inc.
 
In this very fun episode Luke is joined by actor Devin Ratray, to reminisce on his experience playing Buzz McCallister in Home Alone. Luke also looks back at the theatrical release of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Kindergarten Cop, Robin Williams and Robert De Niro's Awakenings, and Bruce Willis and Tom Hanks's The Bonfire of the Vanities. EPISODE LINKS …
 
When you care enough to send the very best, you give a Hallmark card. When you care enough to watch 40 new Christmas movies each year with the same 5 plot lines, you binge Hallmark movies. Mike and Anthony are taking a dive into the Hallmark movie empire and discuss how this concoction of assembly line style of repetitive plots, actors, and fake sn…
 
Ho Ho Ho! Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's epic beard have changed the way we view Mr. and Mrs. Claus for the better in the Christmas Chronicles, parts 1 and 2. With the recent sequel release to this surprise Christmas hit movie, we're taking a look at both installments to discuss why we love this series, as well as where Kurt Russell ranks in the lo…
 
Merry Christmas, Tenron. Too bad we’re stuck at work, right? This is a drag. I wish I could be at home takin’ a drag, you know what I mean? I’d Ru Paul the shit out of some kush rn, yanno. Roast my chestnuts on an open fire, yanno. Open some presents, to myself. But NO. We’re stuck here at this GOD DAMN gas station again, and who is that at our doo…
 
Three women get revenge on their sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot of a boss. This week, special guest Courtney Noah joins us to talk about keeping health insurance reps employed, being prejudiced against deer, and writing on one-ply toilet paper. Then we tumble outta bed and stumble to the kitchen, pour ourselves a cup of ambition, an…
 
On the next to last episode of the year, Tatiana and Benhameen return to discuss the Disney Investor Day news, and why it seems that Disney is about to give Netflix, HBO Max and whoever wants it a run for their money.We discuss which of the properties we are most looking forward to, we answer a bunch of listener questions in our GeekQuently Asked Q…
 
In this pop culture packed episode Luke continues reminiscing on the top film at the box office, Home Alone. This time he's joined by actor Michael Maronna, who played the role of Kevin's older brother Jeff in the film. He also looks back at the series finale of MTV's Remote Control, and other new film releases, including John Travolta and Kirstie …
 
It's the best board game adaptation ever: Clue! It's a miracle this movie is fun, Tim Curry is a treasure, Andrew loves Madeline Kahn, so much twisting and turning, Tripp talks too much about Knives Out and Battleship and many fun weapons abound! All this and more! “NewsSting, Ouroboros” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commo…
 
Before he was Deadpool and the face of Aviation Gin, Ryan Reynolds was the loveable shallow Chris Brander, the dreamy Hollywood success story on the outside, with the insecure former fat kid stuck in the friend zone with Jamie Plamino on the inside. And if you ask Anthony, 2005's Just Friends is, in fact, a Christmas movie! Support the show (https:…
 
Would ya look at that - the family is back in time for the holidays. How sweet! I mean, spicy! Right, cause today we’re reading more of the NHBS Forum to share in those remedial short story spooks people all around the world have been submitting for years. It’s interesting stuff, but you know, it’s not TOO interesting. It ain’t hot - after all. It’…
 
Three convicts, on the run from the law, try to find a long-lost treasure. This week, we discuss cutting your hair with a Flowbee, how the KKK is like cheerleading camp, and what the Coen brothers have in common with fish. You won’t be a man of constant sorrow when you find out if O Brother, Where Art Thou? stands the Test of Time.…
 
As we round out the year, Tatiana King & Benhameen are back to discuss how they are making it through these winter months, what you can do to keep yourself going no matter how difficult things seem and much more!Yes this is ForAllNerds and not Fix Your Life, so we had to discuss the recent news on Spider-Man 3, plus those set pics from Hawkeye!!!Be…
 
In this episode Luke looks back at the finale of Alvin and the Chipmunks, the continued momentum of country star George Strait, and sits down with the one and only Gerry Bamman to talk about his role as Uncle Frank in Home Alone. EPISODE LINKS Stevie B - Because I Love You (The Postman Song) Whitney Houston - I'm Your Baby Tonight Monie Love - Moni…
 
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