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The Flop House is a bi-monthly audio podcast, devoted to the worst in recent film. Your hosts (Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington) watch a questionable film just before each episode, and then engage in an unscripted, slightly inebriated discussion, focusing on the movie's shortcomings and occasional delights.
 
I, Podius is a twelve episode weekly series in which hosts John Hodgman and Elliott Kalan recap the BBC miniseries I, Claudius, an adaptation of Robert Graves’ I, Claudius and Claudius the God. John's watched the show before. Elliott's watching for the first time. The miniseries features an obscenely talented ensemble cast, and is – chock full of sex, backstabbing and murder. This ain't your daddy's I, Claudius. Well, actually it is as the series premiered in 1976. But this ain't your daddy' ...
 
What is the dumbest show you can imagine? This award-winning show may be dumber. It has no content. No format. Yet it's going on ten years of delighting hundreds of thousands of people. It's been an iTunes editors choice, and Rolling Stone picked it as one of the world's best comedy podcasts. It's light in the dark, comfort in the cold and a penguin in the pants (long story). Join hosts Jesse Thorn (NPR's Bullseye) and Jordan Morris (Comedy Central's @Midnight) and a celebrity guest on a rau ...
 
The Audible Originals series Presidents Are People Too! recasts each of the American Presidents as real-life people, complete with flaws, quirks, triumphs, scandals and bodily ailments. Hosts Elliott Kalan, former Daily Show head writer, and American historian and author Alexis Coe talk to experts, comedians, journalists, actors and re-enactors to better understand the men memorialized on the Washington Mall and those all but forgotten.
 
Proud progenitor of #thegreatpodcastswindle. Since 2012, Jonah Ray, Neil Mahoney and Cash Hartzell have argued, laughed, loved and gradually cut back on their drinking all while loosely discussing and playing submitted music. The three man team, often with a guest, sometimes without, are constantly pushing boundaries in the medium of "music news" Not since Rolling Stone introduced us to the New Journalism of Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson has a medium given rise to an artistic movement mor ...
 
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Josh Gondelman (Make My Day podcast, Desus and Mero) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's attempt to do the show on easy mode with sports bloopers, Jordan's quest to find something he likes at Dunkin Donuts, the most impressive shoe in Josh's sneaker collection. Plus, Jordan challenges Josh and Jesse to a game of guessing AI pickup li…
 
Cristela Alonzo (Chicano Squad podcast, To Be Continued podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of her strong feelings about Pepe the King Prawn Muppet, the surprising tone that dominates the Pasadena subreddit, and Cristela's junior high school song lyric hustle. Check out the Pixar documentary that Cristela is in, Inside PIxar! And check…
 
From the dawn of time, humankind has dreamed of watching a giant lizard wrestle a big ape. Well, now humankind has Godzilla vs. Kong. Did it live up to our dreams? We enlisted the creator of Kaijumax, Zander Cannon, to help untangle our thoughts, as we spin along on this hollow Earth. BTW: we know we promised you the Dark Phoenix live episode on ou…
 
Charlie Jane Anders (Victories Greater Than Death novel, Our Opinions Are Correct podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the friendship potential of various kaiju, the shocking but serene photo Jesse stumbled upon on Twitter while he was searching for Ichiro Suzuki highlights, and Little Ceasar's cult status as the ultimate sex symbol.…
 
Kevin T. Porter (Good Christian Fun podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan's big move to Pasadena and the recommendations Kevin has from living there for years, the themed parties Kevin has thrown to entice people to hang out on his side of town, and Jordan's newfound love for breakfast burritos. Tell us the secrets you thought …
 
The prophecy has been fulfilled. The Flop House got to sit down and discuss a bad movie with the godfather of "bad movie comedy" as a genre, Joel Hodgson, as well as Matt McGinnis, who works with Joel on a little show you may know as Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return -- and they would like to return AGAIN -- this time beholden to no network …
 
Kate Willett (Dirtbag Anthropology on Audible, Reply Guys podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the differences and similarities between right-wing and left-wing basement boys, the reply guys that Jesse attracted with a recent viral baseball tweet, the adorable kittens (Arthur and Pearl) Kate adopted during the pandemic, and what it w…
 
Look, it was probably inevitable that we'd end up discussing Zack Snyder's Justice League, and we'll say this -- it is certainly the most Zack Snyder-y Justice League we've ever seen (check out of our discussion of the theatrical cut here). In fact, it's SO Zach Snyder-y that it's four hours long... so we've split our ZSJL episode in TWO! That's do…
 
Elliott Kalan (The Flophouse podcast, MST3K on Netflix, Maniac of New York comic) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the beautiful segmented urban worms in Elliot's garage, what his experience of being a contestant on Jeopardy recently, a new one-man show about MOMSTANK. And this week Jesse has turned the tables to quiz Jordan and Elliott! …
 
Jamelle Bouie (The New York Times) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jamelle's connoisseurship of the many Highlander sequels (and the impressive proliferation of the series in general), Jesse's fondness for Dad Cinema and a beautiful but boring sci-fi movie, and the Tom Clancy and John Grisham books everyone read when they were young libr…
 
I don't know if this modern world has broken us, or what, but the clever podcast show notes just aren't flowing right now. This movie is bad and it should feel bad. Get the fuck outta here, Tom & Jerry. From hell's heart, we stab at thee. Wikipedia entry for Tom & Jerry. Movies recommended in this episode: Lucky 12 Hour Shift The Devils Born in Fla…
 
Jenny Jaffe (Rugrats reboot!, Monster High reboot!) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how Jordan is still haunted by a poster he saw in The Little Things, the hardbound "first edition" of The Illiad the student gives Jennifer Lopez in The Boy Next Door, and the true makeup of Wario sauce. Plus, Jordan quizzes the hell out of Jenny and Jess…
 
If we have Glen Weldon, co-host of the Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast and author of the marvelous Superman: The Unauthorized Biography on as a guest, you'd better believe we're gonna go down one of the many fascinating cul-de-sacs in the "super" cinematic universe -- in this case 1984's "Supergirl," or -- as we prefer to think about it -- The Adven…
 
Christopher Hastings (Rude Tales of Magic podcast, many awesome comics) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan's recent chonky three-wick candle disappointment, how Howard the Duck factors into a Marvel character Chris helped create named Gwenpool, and the story of how Chris's Pomeranian named Commissioner Gordon fought for the title of …
 
Jahara James (Twitch Streamer, Crush It Queens podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse to talk about what's it's like to destroy Calamity Ganon in Zelda Breath of the Wild because ALL THREE people on this week's show have accomplished that very task, pop culture from childhood that doesn't seem like it actually existed, and mini-fridges for your skincare p…
 
Oof, y'all. Oooof. Hillbilly Elegy? More like Who'll-Kill-Me Smellogy! Got 'em! The Peaches discuss the controversial book-turned-apolitical and emotionally incomprehensible Oscar-bait sob-fest / catalog of yells. Also, if you missed the Teen Wolf live show, but wish you'd seen, you still can! Access to the recorded version is available until 12PM …
 
Rhea Butcher (Pull Yourself Up By Your Bootleg Album, Three Swings Podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the hottest movie take Jordan has ever heard, the rich aficionados who keep kaiju action figure makers in business, and the sandwich Jesse wants named after him at the deli that names sandwiches after NPR hosts. Get Rhea's new albu…
 
We talk with Joel Church-Cooper, creator of the show Brockmire, about what it's like to talk to actors about their less successful projects. Also, the Flop House VIRTUAL LIVE SHOW, is TONIGHT, Saturday, February 6th, at 9 pm Eastern! Just $10! Buy a ticket HERE! And if you want exclusive, only available for a limited time TOUR SHIRTS, go HERE!…
 
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