Join us as we discuss the nominees for the 87th Annual Academy Awards - with a dash of Katy Perry, 50 Shades of Grey, and ska music to round things out. Be the smartest person at your Oscar party - listen and enjoy!
Katie and Drew welcome a very special guest to help them analyze the 1976 classic "Network," from Director Sidney Lumet. Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch, and William Holden star in this prescient look at the television industry - but we also discuss James Joyce video games, Netflix's "The Killing," and the best way to break up with someone. There's something for everyone in this ep!
Katie and Drew discuss their five favorite songs performed by fictional bands - things of note: 1. It sounds like we're recording on a boxcar because of the thunderstorm raging outside 2. You get to hear Katie use the phrase "send up" on more than a dozen occasions (so much sending up) 3. Drew shares the story of the only time he's been on the radio - and it involves Archie and Jughead and 4. Katie inadvertently calls Lester Bangs "Lester Burns" and has been appropriately shamed for this error. Listen and share, friends!
In the fourth installment of our 1980's "Movie of the Week" series, we discuss the 1987 cult classic, "Mannequin," with Kim Cattrall, Andrew McCarthy, and Estelle Getty - if you like playful montages, insane cartoons, and scripts riddled with plot holes, you're gonna to love it. Spoiler alert - Hollywood Montrose may be our favorite movie character of all time.
Buzzfeed posted a "definitive" list of the best teen movies of the 2000s - this podcast is our rebuttal. You had me at Tea Leoni, friend! Take a trip down memory lane and remember the best teen flicks from 2000 - 2009… spoiler alert, Aquamarine didn't make the cut. Enjoy the ride!
Everything you ever wanted to know (and a lot of stuff you didn't) about James Cameron's 1984 sci-fi classic "The Terminator." Romantic entanglements, AWOL soldiers, pipe bombs - we talk about all of that (and more!) in today's "Movie of the Week" episode. Ahhhh - here it goes.
Join us for an in-depth discussion of the best TV shows that were cancelled before their time - and as a bonus, learn what Katie was like in high school and Drew's favorite word (Spoiler alert: it's nugget.) If "Eep, Opp, Ork, Ah Ah" means anything to you, this one's right up your alley.
Katie and Drew discuss their Top 5 favorite New Year's Eve scenes from film and television. Spoiler Alert - The O.C. makes the cut!