Listen in on our round-table discussion on Joaquin Phoenix’s “Joker”. This week we are joined by Puchi Saru, Bria, “The Professional Jawn” of Jawnisim, “KnightSparkz” of Amerime Media and Jessica Rambo, from the Pop Inn in Chalfont PA. There’s no mincing words here this film maybe the single greatest achievement by DC in their cinematic universe. The first 10 minutes are also on Puchi Saru’s YouTube channel so go check that out!
Ghouls are talking about their #1 best horror dad, Dean Koontz. Kat and Gabe gush over how likable and enjoyable Dean's writing is. Kat fawns over Ben Affleck in Phantoms and Gabe freaks out (trypophobia warning) over Demon Seed.
The Tribbles name Tyler Perry their Tribble of The Week and shots are fired all over the studio. Plus, comedian Darryl Charles sits in for a discussion about Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix's JOKER and the different iterations of the character in DC history.
JD, Len, and Brandon bring you their SPOILED review of Todd Phillips' JOKER.
This month we're covering some of the Greatest Horror Writers! We're kicking off this series with the king himself, Stephen King. We dive into his life and dissect his writing. The Ghouls watched IT Chapter 2 and Pet Semetary (2019 - SPOILERS).
We're finishing up our Representation series and we are joined by the phenomenal guest, Rob Buscher of the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival to talk about Eastern Asian representation in horror. We discuss the second season of AMC's The Terror to explore the Japanese horror of the supernatural and the terribly real.
The Ghouls are joined by guest Pascale of Liberty Resources to talk about how people with disabilities have been treated in horror. I think you can see there's a trend in that the answer has been not very well. We talk films Hush and A Quiet Place to discuss the right and wrong way to portray deafness on screen.
The ghouls have a special episode featuring guests Marina and Pascale, tackling the film Midsommar and the many ways in which it let us down, specifically involving the many marginalized communities it abuses for its subpar plot. For more on why you should also be more critical of the media you indulge in - tune in!
JD is not excited about Spiderman's return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Len is un-wowed by Matt Smith's Doctor Who but loves Amy (kinda) and River (really), and Brandon is around for the ride to Elseworlds and beyond.
The #BlackTribbles learn all about the world of #OVERWATCH and the Overwatch League from RICHARD NG @NYXL_Venoms @alphaflight_TO who gives us the lowdown on the online video game community sensation.
We take a look at overrated and underrated Comic Book runs like Saga and Batman (which is which?) and turn a hypercritical eye at the Titans second season. Listener mail, guests in the store - this one has it all + more Brandon.
The Tribbles discuss new merch for the Nation, answer a curious Star Trek rant from a fan, introduce 2 new features and take a trip along the fanciful mystical cobblestone streets of Amazon Prime's CARNIVAL ROW.
Have you ever thought about what your dream home would look like? What if you built it from scratch? Is it even a home? Maybe you're all about that #tinyhome life or #vanlife. Join us as we explore the world of ecological living in the modern age.
Tyquill Williams of Brannew Entertainment and Lorne Peart of PhillyCAM's MAGZ FM bring the saki to the Tribbles for a rollicking 400th episode of their Thursday night radio show, featuring Superhero Pictionary and the rules of bicycling.
What's the origin of Han Solo? Casper the Friendly Ghost? Do you REALLY want to know? Listener mail + reviews of Young Justice and Titans.
Ghouls are talking representation and this week we're talking to our friend and Kat's co-worker, Marina about how mental illness is shown in horror. History has been unkind to the mental illness community but we have had some victories. We talk about a win, the film Babadook which has done a great job of this!
The Black Tribbles spend the evening answering viewer emails and probing questions to hilarious and enlightening degrees.
JD and Len welcome back Randy aka R-Son the SuperTribble as they talk with photographer/author KRISTEN KIDD about her new coffee table book about Women and the canines in their life, Women’s Best Friend. And Brandon goes completely off the rails…or is it Len’s fault?
This week Ramon and Nick are joined by Kennedy aka The Storm Tribble of Black Tribbles Fame, as we look at the topic of transhumanism and the idea of being able to evolve past the bodies that we were born with. Is this the future of humanity, the melding of machine and flesh, or will we evolve into something altogether different?
We give the D23 Expo - Disney’s personal con unto itself - a full reporting, gutter talking about The Mandalorian, High School Musical the Series and everything coming to Disney+ and much more.
The Tribbles pay homage to GARGOYLES, Disney's afternoon entry into the 90s animated adventure field that is fondly remembered and rightfully so.
The Ghouls are joined by guest, Sergio Galeano to talk about how the Latinx community is represented in Horror. We talk about La Llorona, Hulu's Into the Dark Series: Culture Shock and shout out to Guillermo Del Toro for his amazing job on Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark!
Twin siblings Len aka The BatTribble and his sister Leslie (Dada Tribble) relive their glorious Saturday mornings (1970-78) of Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Jabberjaws, HR Puff n Stuff, Electra Woman and THE ODDBALL COUPLE (and many, many more!)