There's a foot rub-off happening in studio; IS IT SEXUAL MISCONDUCT? The Tribbles welcome Amalgam Comics' ARIELL JOHNSON & JASMIN CARROLL plus famed sexologist and Philly staple Dr. TIMAREE to our first monthly #misogyNO conversation.
Black Lightning REVIEWED! Emails ANSWERED! Comic Book Collecting REMEMBERED! The Gutters ALL TALKED OUT! Featuring a special comic book convo from the hosts of the Micheaux Mission podcast.
Episode 11 'The Wolf Inside' takes us deeper into the psyche of the Mirror Mirror universe just Ash Tyler's psyche starts to shred apart before everyone's eyes, including his own! OOH, ain't it great to have goooood Trek again?
Important film in Black cinema history? One's hard-on fever dream? Vince & Len make their arguments; you decide. One thing they agree on: LIVING SINGLE IS BACK!
The Tribbles make their 2018 debut with conversations on Oprah2020, Stan Lee, dementia, cool monkeys, Black Lightning, and 2 tickets to Wakanday.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis shine in August Wilson's FENCES, a movie that speaks to Vince and Len in completely different but special ways.
Vince & Len return to the world of Star Trek to review Star Trek: Discovery S1E10 - "Despite Yourself" where Len's head is blown up AGAIN!
JD and Len review their favorite movies from 2017. They didn't see everything in 2017. They didn't half of what hit screens in 2017 but of what they did see, they choose their favorites. Not the best; their FAVORITES! Remember that before you judge.
The next chapter (final?) in the surprisingly resilient INSIDIOUS movie franchise hits theaters January 2018, not always a good sign for a horror flick. What say the Fist Families Tribble - The Richardsons and the Dardens? TO THE SPOILING!
Writer-director Leslie Harris brings a coming-of-age tale unlike any other to the screen as young teenage women in 1992 Brooklyn, led by Ariyan Johnson in the lead role of Chantel, open the world up to the other side of the urban streets. A young woman's struggle to just be; funny that its still a refreshing take 25 years later?
STAR WARS The Last Jedi has dropped and, days after doing reviews of the film on the Tribbles and Cult Pop feeds, Len and JD come together to reexamine Episode VIII - with help from one faithful listener named NG - and come out the other side with a 'hmmmm!' Plus, the big questions the Black Panther movie poses for geekdom.
The Tribbles gather together to close out 2017 edition of SPACEHEADS with a look at all the explorations NASA has planned for the years to come, including 'touching the sun' and examining newly discovered exoplanets such as the one Master Tribble has cultivated into "NEW BERMUDA."
Who knew that 1995 would give Black America the film that keeps on giving 20 years later? Ice Cube announces himself as a creative force to be reckoned and Chris Rock shines, from a cast of stalwarts, brighter than the sun - and you know this, man! Its FRIDAY, y'all!
The Tribbles bask in the starry feats of heroic Black astronauts LELAND MELVIN, JEANETTE EPPS, ROBERT CURBEAM and more; plus a look at all this Net Neutrality mess and more!
Vince and Len of Micheaux Mission sit down with the "King of Trek" - SCOTT McNULTY of the Random Trek podcast - to review Star Trek Discovery at the mid-season mark and to completely melt the skin off of Len's face!
Whoopi Goldberg stars in the musical comedy that gave life to a Broadway adaptation, gave the world the effervescence that is Kathy Najimy and - unbeknownst to us all - the beginning of the end of Lauryn Hill. SISTER ACT is a goodie; SISTER ACT 2 is a meal! CHARMEL SIPPIO of Black and Syndicated is our guest!
The Skywalker saga returns to the screens in all its glory - Rey, Finn, Poe, Luke speaks! That darn Kylo Ren! Plus Carrie Fisher in her final appearance as Leia. Does it all come together under director Rian Johnson's learned eye? The Tribbles know! Featuring guest reviewers MIKE REYES/Cinemablend and JOHNNY DESTRUCTO/Cult Pop Go!
The Dope Science Show's STEPHANY LOWE battles California blazes to make her appointed appearance on the show to help Kennedy and the hoard kick off Spaceheads 2017 with a month by month celebration of NASA's 2017 achievements. Plus - astronaut Margaret Hamilton shows up...legoically.
EMails and convo lead JD and the BatTribble down the rabbit hole of Thanos, Daredevil, graphic novels v trade paperbacks, X-Men, Saga and much more.
The usual recap of listener feedback brings up a question of time and a list of holidays songs of a certain hue. The fun times stop when its time to review 1997's HAV PLENTY. Or do they?
Marvel Studios drops the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer. Animation director BRYAN NEWTON (Rick & Morty, Teen Titans Go!) sees dead people in LA. PhillyCAM raises money to keep the lights on. The BatTribble gets naked. This one literally has it all! Including special guests galore!
The magnetism of Sidney Poitier is on full display in this touching drama from the 60s that blends race, social and gender politics of the day into a taught story full of characters and energy. That's what Vince says, anyway.
JD and Len welcome Kira, Rachel and Liz into the Gutter for Justice League chatter, glory day returns, movie trailer avoidance tactics and the depths of skullduggery in the sneaking-food-into-the-movies game!
Vince & Len are back with emails, Stevie Wonder via Macy Gray, Nat King Cole, Della Reese becomes Michael Landon and a review of AFTER EARTH (2013) starring Will and Jaden Smith.
The first East Coast Latino Comic Book Convention calls Philly home and creator THOMAS DELFI and organizer ADRIANA CAPLAN have the history, the backstory, the numbers, the passion to show how very vital this event will be.