Two pairs of podcasters meet on a train and review a classic thriller. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley criss cross their thoughts on the Hitchcock exercise in suspense. Plus, Raymond Leonard is looking out for a hero to help him in the Geek Seat and we welcome the Ring of
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Surely it hasn’t been 40 years since the release of the epic comedy by Jim Abrahams, along with David and Jerry Zucker. Indeed it has, and don’t call us Shirley! To celebrate, we needed a crew that knew Airplane! and its sequel inside and out and wouldn’t crack under pressure.
For over five decades, the most famous secret agent in the world has inspired many of the best musicians to create tunes that will leave you shaken if not stirred. Mike, Mike, Alan Siler, and Alan J. Porter discuss the ultimate 007 playlist from the iconic theme at the beginning
There’s no more appropriate title to the year that is 2020 so far. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley revisit the epic comedy that proves that no matter how crazy things are, you can still laugh. Plus, the hosts of the But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy podcast (now available on the
The Summer of Retro Movies continues with this classic tale of chain gangs and cool hands. Mike, Mike, and Ashley eat enough eggs for a lifetime while Alex fails to communicate and spends a night in the box. Plus, the Geek Seat returns with author and podcaster Lola Lariscy as
Recorded live in front of a Facebook audience! Mike, Mike, Darren Nowell, Keith Johnson, and Mary Ogle share their favorite movies, books, and tv shows that inspire inclusion, promote representation, and celebrate diversity. Thanks to everyone who joined in on the discussion! We want to hear from you. Please write
Last week saw the loss of one of the pillars of the comic book industry. Writer, editor, best-selling novelist, screenwriter, journalist, activist, teacher, mentor, creator, and storyteller. O’Neil exemplified each of these roles and so much more. Mike, Mike, Michael Bailey, and Kevin Eldridge reflect back on some of the
The Retro Summer Movie Season continues as we take a gander at the second endeavor by the Coen Brothers featuring an unarmed recidivist partial to convenience stores, a barren policewoman, the Arizona quints, two prison escapees, and an apocalyptic warthog from hell. Mike, Mike, Ashley, and Felicity Kusinitz travel as
Ten years ago, Edgar Wright brought to the big screen the story of the bass player for Sex Bob-Omb and his epic battle against the League of Evil Exes. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley discuss this precious little film that failed to win the box office when it was released
Recorded live in front of a Facebook audience! Mike, Mike, Thomas Mariani, and Dakota Sanchez share their favorites stories of light that lift us up in dark times. Thanks to everyone who joined in on the discussion! We want to hear from you. Please write us at . Feedback is
Hosts and humans continue to collide in the third season of Westworld. Mike, Mike, Bethany Kesler, and Felicity Kusinitz offer some hopefully helpful analysis as each of the characters explore the cost of free will. All this, Ashley’s Box Office Buzz, Angela’s A Geek Girl’s Take, Michelle’s Iconic Rock Moment,
If assassin Martin Q. Blank shows up at your door, chances are you did something to bring him there. If he shows up at your high school reunion, chances are he just wants a little Shakabuku. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley take a look at the 1997 dark comedy featuring