Category Archives: Podcast


Ep. #16 – 4th Quarter Rundown

On this solo episode, I run down some of the most notable releases coming out the next few months:

Ep. #13 – Eighth Grade

It’s a full house as I’m joined by my friend Brittany (along with her husband Andrew, my wife Aubree and of course, Ebert the Corgi) to discuss Eighth Grade, the directorial debut of stand-up comedian Bo Burnham. Then we go over some other titles we’ve been watching, including TV Land’s series Younger and the parenthood dramedy Tully. It’s gonna be lit. Find us on FacebookTwitterand Letterboxd.

Ep. #12 – Mission: Impossible – Fallout

I’m joined by my friend Andrew as we choose to accept to review Mission: Impossible – Fallout, the newest film in the Tom Cruise-starring action franchise. Then we discuss some other recent offerings as well, including the new Hulu series Castle Rock, the surprisingly effective comedy Blockers and the generally dismal Ready Player One. I also somehow mix-up Brian’s Winter with Brian’s Song, so there’s that. Find us on FacebookTwitterand Letterboxd.

Ep. #8 – Solo: A Star Wars Story

The Star Wars spin-offs continue as my friend Kate and I discuss the latest entry Solo: A Star Wars Story, which delves into the background of everyone’s favorite scruffy-looking nerf herder: Han Solo. We then discuss the daunting task of catching up on Arrested Developmentin time for the brand new 5th season and also recap the unhinged silliness of the new comedy Game Night. Find us on FacebookTwitterand Letterboxd.

Ep. #7 – Isle of Dogs

We brought the whole family together, including my wife Aubree and our dog Ebert, as we talk over Isle of Dogs, the new stop-motion animated film from Wes Anderson. Then, we go over some of our streaming favorites these days, including the harrowing new season of The Handmaid’s Tale and the re-mixed fourth season (and upcoming fifth season) of Arrested Development. Of course, neither of these are a match for the guilty pleasure that is Catfish: The TV Show. Find us on FacebookTwitter and Letterboxd.