Pouring one out for all the movie deaths on the big screen.
Death scenes in movies can be one of the most effective ways to keep the spirit of the film alive after it ends. A good movie death can range from gruesome, to heartbreakingly sad, to downright hilarious. Either way, when done right, it can make the audience elicit an emotion that connects ourselves to the movie and it’s characters for years to come. Join Tuong La and That’s How I Remember It/Sonar Network’s Michael Mongiardi, John Richardson, and Raul Delgado as they relive the most memorable demises in cinema and rank Top 5 Iconic Death Scenes in Movies.

Strike First, Strike Hard, No Mercy.

This week on Talkin’ Tuong, join Tuong and Sensei James Beattie as they witness a beloved 80’s movie property from their youth Crane-Kick it’s way back into pop-culture relevancy and give their non-spoiler thoughts of the first two seasons of Cobra Kai!

Ever heard of Bongo the bear? We’ll be honest: there’s a good reason you haven’t! Tune in to hear the Dummies’ take on Fun and Fancy Free, the fourth Disney package film that follows the story of a forgettable bear with an unforgettable climb up a beanstalk with our best pals Mickey, Goofy, and of course, Donald.

Let’s get down to business!

The long awaited and multiply delayed live-action remake of Mulan is finally here (for a 30 dollar cost), and has been met with VERY mixed emotions. So join Tuong La and special guest Whitney Chen as they ‘bring honour’ to the PodCavern and talk about all the things good, bad, and controversial about 2020’s Mulan!

If you really ‘mustache’, yes this episode is all about facial hair.

Facial hair has always had the qualities of completely transforming a person. When used correctly, celebrities can often shift their entire look for different roles and situations to be from good looking to DAMN good looking, leaving the rest of us patchy, uneven, peach fuzzed ‘stached shlubs to shame. Join Tuong and Facial Hair Gawkers Justin Godelie, Shannon Godelie, and Laura Gordon as they romanticize the hairiness of famous people and rank Top 5 Celebrity Facial Hair.

Come on and slam and welcome to the jam!

This week on Talkin’ Tuong, it’s going to get Looney AND Tuney up in the PodCavern as Tuong and The Upford Network’s Tom Zalatnai chat about an all time animated classic (and one of Tuong’s favorite movies of all time) SPACE JAM!

Angus and Sal (Matthew Whalley, Quest Friends Forever) raise funds by selling off old gear from the Super Human Response Team basement when a familiar high roller (Matt Barrow, Shit Hot Shit Show) appears. Something’s not quite right about their guest though and it’s not just the pressure of being rich.

What do anthropomorphic hats, a singing whale, and a mediocre baseball team have in common? Honestly, nothing, but Disney made this movie anyways. Check out Make Mine Music to find out what The Dummies think of this truly random collection of shorts!