Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 224 in total
Jonathan Lally and Mitchell McDonald return to the podcast to discuss the first two seasons of What We Do in the Shadows.
Murjani Rawls joins the podcast to discuss Black Christmas.
James Macmillan joins to talk about Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Jonathan Lally joins to discuss Onward, the latest Pixar movie.
Dan Pullen joins the podcast to discuss Wall-E.
Tim Mathews joins the podcast to discuss Wytches Vol. 1 from Scott Snyder, Jock, and Matt Hollingsworh.
Andrew Cramb joins the podcast to discuss Gone in 60 Seconds.
Jacob Tender returns for a fun chat about Gravity Falls.
Alex DiVincenzo joins the podcast to discuss the original Friday the 13th.
Murjani Rawls returns for a discussion about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Eyal Levi joins the podcast to discuss Sicario.
Jenn Nguyen makes her first appearance on the podcast to discuss the first season of Netflix's Locke & Key.
Support indie comics! Jono Diener joins to discuss his recent comic Monster Bounty #0.
Superman goes modern in Man of Steel.
Christie Gee makes her first appearance on the podcast to discuss Reality Bites.
Dani Ryan joins the podcast to discuss the latest DC movie, Birds of Prey.
It's mockumentary time. This week we discuss What We Do in the Shadows!
Spider-Man has a lengthy comic book history and Matt Singer wrote about it in Spider-Man: From Amazing to Spectacular.
Milton Lawson joins to discuss our favorite films of the decade.
Molly Hudelson recently released a collection of her writing and we have a nice discussion about it.
Knives Out is a must-see murder mystery.
Scott Fugger returns to chat about the comic book Thumbs.
HBO's Watchmen expanded the world in a new and interesting way.
We're back with a roundtable episode about the first season of The Mandalorian.
This episode dives into where the idea for The Last Scene came from.
Here's another Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker episode for you.
Is this the end of the Skywalker family?
Jojo Rabbit will make you feel all of the emotions.
Barry is one of the funniest comedies out there.