On this new episode of Pop Goes the Classics, Scott Criscuolo ventures back to the Universal Monster-verse for the legendary Frankenstein. He talks James Whale, Boris Karloff and the legacy of the movie, the monster and the franchise. So sit back, and BE ALIVE!
This Week in the NFL returns for a look at Week 5. Your hosts the Cowboy and the genius John D'Amato take a look back at Week 4 as well as the Thursday Night Thriller between the Rams and Seahawks. They preview the best matchups of Week 5 and provide their predictions, as always. Enjoy!
WARNING: Before listening to this episode, watch the YouTube videos "Vince McMahon, Directed by David Lynch."
Nick Duke and Greg Phillips, the Hard-Traveling Fanboys, keep an HTF tradition alive as they begrudgingly begin another Walking Dead Month! To kick things off, they're jumping to season 4 episode 1 of the AMC spinoff Fear the Walking Dead! It's a jumping-on point for new viewers, as longtime Walking Dead favorite Morgan Jones (Lennie James) hops over to the spinoff and begins a new journey. But is it a journey worth watching? Opinions may vary. It's a do or die episode of the longest-running weekly episodic comic book podcast in all of Place to Be Nation!
In this edition of POP Goes to the Couch, JT and Leeanne are here with a Jersey Shore emergency podblast! JT & Leeanne are #TeamRonnie and they talk about Ron-Ron getting arrested and all of the potential fallout and ramifications from what went down today.
JT also gets out his complex feelings about Jenni and then they cover Angelina becoming sympathetic, Pauly still being the King, Vinnie and his mom and much more!
Fist pumping commence! Check it out and share your thoughts!
There are lots of dark and foreboding corners of the DC Universe (and we don't just mean the DCEU). All month, Todd and Russell are looking at some of the best horror stories DC Comics has to offer. First up, the guys pick their favorite scary comics from across the spectrum of DC's publishing line. From spine-tingling jump-scares to deeply disturbing explorations of evil, these are the best books to pick up this Halloween season! After the break, Russell and Todd revisit the mixed bag that is the Keanu Reeves 'Constantine' film.
On the premiere episode of this newest show to the POP feed, Scott Criscuolo goes back to 1931 for the first chapter int the Universal Monster-Verse, Bela Lugosi as Dracula. From the sound to the dialogue, it's a pure classic. So enjoy this debut podblast of Pop Goes the Classics!
Welcome to the Week 4 edition of This Week in the NFL! Your co-hosts the Cowboy and the incredible John D'Amato take you through all the action. First the boys dive into the legendary performance by Daniel Jones for the New York Giants. They also discuss the Pats, Jalen Ramsey, and Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. As always, the guys take you through a recap of Week 3's highlights and provide their Week 4 picks. Enjoy!
Nick Duke and Greg Phillips continue their Longbook Hunters escapades by reading a Legion of Superheroes story for the very first time! That’s right, the boys give their thoughts on one of the most revered stories starring DC’s 30th century teens, as they go to war with the greatest evil in the entire DCU. Did the HTF walk away confused, disappointed or impressed? And did they agree? Also, are they boys, lads or kids? All this and more in a new Longbook Hunters!
In the twelfth episode of Laugh-In Theater, host Andy Atherton is joined by David Sunday (Sunday Groove) to do a live watch of the 1993 comedy, So I Married An Axe Murderer. The guys discuss the crime noir aspects of the movie; hot cartoon characters; the greatness of Alan Arkin; the awesome early 90’s soundtrack; the Thigh Master; the SNL influence; the Woman Woe-man Whoa Man poems and the Scottish slang! So, move that heed! If you can, carrying that gargantuan cranium about. And let's get pissed!
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys.
In Fix It or Nix It, Nick and Greg will tackle the worst of the worst in comic book movies — box office bombs, critical duds and movies that left fans scratching their heads. But rather than simply pile on the critiques of these stinkers, the boys are challenged to fix these movies and turn them into something watchable. In episode number two, the boys tackle the 2005 FOX-Marvel film "Elektra." It's one of the worst comic book films of them all, but can the boys find enough to turn this from a dud to a ... slightly more successful dud?
Welcome to the Week 3 edition of your favorite football podcast, This Week in the NFL. Your co-hosts the Cowboy and the handsome John D'Amato take you through all the big stories of the week including Daniel Jones replacing Eli Manning in New York and the big injuries to Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees. They then take a look back at Week 2 and preview Week 3's match-ups, including the anticipated Chiefs/Ravens game. Enjoy!