Matt Curione and Marcelo Pico return for a new episode of Hey Whatcha Watchin'! That's right, after nearly six months, they're back to discuss what they've been watchin! It's just them, catching up, and then they talk about The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling, John Hughes movies, and more!
On Marking the Marcs, summer lasts all year!
We ask the important questions like: “Who is the Hellraiser?!”
From the depths comes the final episode of this Universal Monsters podcast!
Be prepared for some EXTREME content!
The boys are back in both silent and musical form!
Sane, smart, listening to this podcast.
You’ll have a howlin’ great time listening to your hosts talk about the many iterations of the hairy gentlemen!
What more could you ask for in a PPV right after WrestleMania? Well…
The following is based on true podcast events.
The Invisible Hosts discuss the many invisible men films going all the way back to the 1933 classic.
The biggest night in wrestling talked about on the biggest wrestling podcast on Talk Film Society.
Listen to this momentous episode in which your hosts discuss another Chucky DTV sequel!
Music, dancing, Jane Austen, romance, comedy; what more could you ask for?
There’s no doubt you’ll be wrapped up in your spooky hosts’ conversation!
Have you heard of wrestling entertainment?
You don’t need to zip your diving suit all the way up for this episode.
It’s alive! The podcast! It’s alive!
Boo! Did you get scared? It’s just another TFS podcast! This time it’s about monsters!
This was the first film to air on Disney Channel to contain any profanity besides "hell" or "damn".
Directed by Bonnie Hunt. Need we say more?
Imagine Timecop 2 if it didn’t have time travel but dancing instead.
An underrated gem from 1999 takes a new perspective on rom-coms.
We go to Telluride, Sweden, and the future in this episode!
Three guests, three topics, all for your listening pleasure.
Grant, Hepburn, and Stewart, all in one movie? We do not object!
Maybe Pocahontas’ missing nose will make you forget about how old she actually was in real life.
It’s a Cool World and we’re just visiting and want to leave, thanks!
Don’t sleep on this one.
You think it’s hot outside? Check out this anime!
Once Upon a Time… in Leonardo DiCaprio’s film debut.