Tyquill Williams of Brannew Enteratinment loves himself some anime, especially DRAGONBALL Z and shares his story on how he was inspired to create his organization of self-improvement and social awareness.
The Tribbles explore the cultural and social differences between traditional American cartoons and the Japanese anime that flooded the country in the 90s.
Brandon asks Len and JD a few comic book questions - What's the first comic they ever read? Who was their comic book crush? And much more.
Ghouls are talking about representation in our new series and today's episode is about sex workers. We talk one of our new favorite horror films, CAM and chat with our good friend, Léa about the real horror sex workers face!
Return with the Tribbles to 1992 and celebrate the magnificence of one of the most celebrated television series of all-time - BATMAN The Animated Series.
We sit around the complex and kibitz about The Boys on Amazon Prime and select the Ultimate Runs on some of the longest-running comic books today.
This week we talk about the aftermath of the revolution brewing in Puerto Rico, what lead up to it, and what's next. We also look into what made the protest in Puerto Rico so successful and how it has reminded the world that people should not be afraid of their governments, governments should be afraid of its people.
Wrapping up our Apocalypse series with the most depressing scenario we could think of - the cosmic apocalypse and the honest truth that we mean nothing. The Ghouls are talking about how the universe can kill us, how we've only been here a moment and how the end is nigh! We watched Lars Von Trier's Melancholia to really get into the mood and to top it off, watched The Universe TV Show's episode on the Cosmic Apocalypse.
Roy and Chanell Burton of the delicious Jawn Appetit podcast bring their marital joy for the muscled stars of syndicated weekdays in the 80's - He-Man and the ThunderCats - into the studio for lessons, singing and good times.
The Hero Complex crew are giddy with delight over the smorgasbord of MARVEL news coming out of SDCC 2019. Plus - a special guest from the West Coast: Two people, One great name.
Special interview along with radio show Pulling Focus host Gretjen Clausing where we talk with Ashlee Blackwell, horror movie expert and founder of the website, Graveyard Shift Sisters. She is the co-writer and co-producer of Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror. We talk to her about representation in horror, black films/directors/actors and the unique approach to telling our stories through genres like horror. If you're in the area - catch the screening on Friday, July 26th and the Q&A discussion with Ashlee and Gabe.
This week we talk about the comments made by President Trump towards "The Squad". The Squad is a diverse group of freshmen House of Representative made up of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Illahn Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan. What does the American dream mean when you have Americans telling other American to go home? We also talk about the 50 year anniversary of the Moon landing and the latest announcements from Marvel phase 4.
This week the Ghouls are talking about the good, green Earth and how we're destroying it leading it to inevitably strike back with natural disasters and resource depletion. We talk the films Soylent Green (It's people!) and The Day After Tomorrow (which turns out was actually today). Is Climate Change real? What does NASA have to say? Was M. Night Shyamalan right when he made a film about the trees killing us?!
BILL & BETH of The Roddenberries and MOLLY, the kitschy soul behind Adopt-a-Tribble, join the Tribbles in remembering Star Trek the 70s Animated Series, but it's all an excuse to boldly trek as we have never trekked before.
Is Kraven's Last Hunt the next Spiderman movie? Do we need a Thor Four like the ones before? Who Stark will take home the gold? It's all GUTTER TALK baby!
SPOILER ALERT - Spiderman: Far From Home gets a full review and examination by Len, JD and Brandon plus HBO Max and the live-action Mulan.
Do you remember Disney's THE WEEKENDERS? Neither did we! But our guests Andrew and Alisha do and they're bringing it to Saturday Morning Summer along with deep affection for Avatar, The Last Airbender.
This week, *cough cough* Ghouls are exploring the Viral Apocalypse. What happens when you don't wash your hands, board planes and touch everything in your way, GWYNETH PALTROW?! We talk the scary, pandemic film, Contagion and the quarantine show, Containment. Tune in to find out how viruses spread, what's the deal with vaccines and how YOU can prevent the next epidemic.
While talking about HBO's new miniseries "Chernobyl" with our guest Nick Valenza of Valenza Wood, we get into a bigger discussion about nuclear energy, it's safety, and it's possible role as a transitional form of energy. We also talked about underwear bandits, the kardashev scale, and humanity's potential to do good in the face of disaster.
Netflix is getting a Sandman just as The Walking Dead stop walking and Spiderman finds himself Far From Home. Sounds like some creepy clown mess on GUTTER TALK.
The Tribbles enjoy a great time with the premiere Star Trek tribute band - The Roddenberries - and meet up with Gaaays In Spaace, the Priority One podcast and they Adopt A Tribble, even a Gribble! Plus, new 'royal' music fromThe Roddenberries!
Its the end of the world and we are telling you all about it. This week the Ghouls are tackling the nuclear holocaust - including information on Chernobyl, Hiroshima and the real-life lack of fail-safes our own government had when handling the big bombs. We watched Chernobyl (HBO) and the classic Kubrik fun-time apocalyptic romp, Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.
This week a conversation about ethics in the modern age. Or at least that’s what it started out as and then like most conversations it evolved into trying to understand what ethics means and how it can be tied in with morals. We go thru a few examples of ethical dilemmas and try to understand that ethics is not a black and white subject. can be tied in with morale’s. We go thru a few examples of ethical dilemmas and try to understand that ethics is not a black and white subject.