Today, Moth and Butterfly meet a bunch of monks.Read More
Say no to drugs (unless you are ranking them).
After a well deserved break in the PodCavern, we are back to full power to do what we do best on this show – ranking!
Drugs can be a hard thing to talk about as the word often has some mixed connotations to it. That’s why we won’t pretend we are experts on the real thing and will rank drugs based on things we DO know – FICTION! So this week join Tuong and The Sonar Network/That’s How I Remember It’s Michael Mongiardi, John Richardson, and Raul Delgado as they get high on life and inject a Top 5 Fictional Drugs list into your veins/ears.Read More
Happy Labor Day! This week, host Tom Zalatnai (@tomzalatnai) calls up longtime friend of the show Matt Cole (@mc_dj_mc) to talk burger history, fast food, and the beauty of a Cowboy Burger! We also get into complicated feelings around nostalgia for capitalist chain restaurants, the value of reading history through a modern lens, and the importance of recognizing the biases that come with that. PLUS, some Hamburger History True or False, and an exciting announcement about the future of No Bad Food!Read More
The Moth Collection is 14-episode series of science-fiction short stories, tinged with horror and, I’m not going to lie, sentimentality. Moth travels everywhere and everywhen in search of (often deadly) Discrepancies, and tries to make sense of the Briefs she gets from Collection.
She also pines a bit for her colleague Cicada.
Episodes are standalone but linked, and details add up.Read More
You better believe that the Dummies are NOT going to let it go this week, as they shiver their way through the unforgettable modern classic Frozen – the movie that proved sisterly love can be just as powerful as romantic love…and that some people are worth melting for.Read More
So bad it’s good.
Movies are a lot of things to people but the main thing it’s for is to entertain the audience. It turns out “entertainment” can come in different forms. Some movies are objectively bad but others find ways to cross that threshold of being bad and becoming something that we can’t help but love it. We know it’s not great but we can’t look away. It’s like that fast food burger you know you aren’t supposed to have but you end up ordering them every time your drunk or hangry. Our guilty pleasures if you will. So Join Tuong and Guilty Pleasures Samantha Leggatt, Tina Wallace, and Victoria Luloff as they rank Top 5 Terrible Movies That Are Good!Read More