“I…am Tetsuo!” While loved by many, only in recent years has anime started hitting the main stream in North America. And while there are plenty of great anime films out there, the movie of this…
Smooches to you and yours! The Punch Up Boys are back from within the Simulacrum to give you a very special Valentine’s Episode! Join us as we reimagine an all time romantic classic….CASABLANCA. A serial murderer…A Hard boiled detective….Crab Rangoon?? Uncover the mystery in this thrilling tale of love that will make you asks life REAL questions…..Who, What, When, Where, Why and How??
Featuring Clare Blackwood (The Beaverton, Late Night In Canada), Emma Decorte (Hilary Duff Fan Club, Ultimate Fan Fiction Championship), and Candace Meeks (Rude Dude Takedowns, My Immortal: The Webseries). This week, the panel figures out the mechanics of Spongebob’s penis, reimagines Cupid as a thirsty troublemaker, and gets “actually horny” hearing about dinosaur genitals.
Stop! In the name of love (songs)!
It’s time for yet another Valentine’s Ranked Special! Music and Love have gone hand in hand since the dawn of the cavemen (probably). As long as there has been music, there have been people out there singing about their feelings for one another. So how do you make a good song from a topic that has been covered millions of times without being overly cheesy, obvious, and copying what’s come before? Join Tuong La and Palentine’s Kristy Matheson, Amanda Gulka-Armstrong, and Laura Gordon as they get hot and steamy while ranking Top 5 Love Songs!
“Why do I want to attend Harvard? If I was white, would you even have to ask me that question?”
Geeky kids. A party gone wrong. Geeky kids are forced into a life or death situation involving drugs. These are all beats from thousands of other movies that we’ve seen before. So is it possible to have a unique perspective with these well worn tropes? Short answer: YES! This week join Tuong and special guest Stenley Philippe as they discuss Rick Famuyiwa’s Comedy/Drama drug-filled adventure – Dope (2015)!
Angus and Sal are visited by Paranormal Investigator Lionella Bosworth (Sarah Mckinnon, Quest Friends Forever) as she assesses the method by which the guys contained their own recent paranormal threat.
They say life’s a jungle, and in The Jungle Book, that’s literally true. Best pals Baloo and Bagheera are along for the ride as the Disney Dummies accompany our main not-quite-a-man Mowgli across swinging vines and down roaring rivers, all while dodging the clutches of the evil Shere Khan.
“Time to go pound some Cunth!”
These days when you say Saturday Night Live we often think about the weekly sketch show featuring a famous Hollywood guest host and some popular music artist. But Saturday Night Live is far more than a bunch of sketches. Over the years, SNL has put out a ton of original movies based on it’s sketches, among other things, and put these ideas on the big screen. This week on Talkin’ Tuong, Tuong and Improv Niagara/The Constant Struggle’s Brie Watson take a look at Will Forte’s third-rate MacGyver, mullet loving, throat ripping action hero – MacGruber (2010)!
Featuring Korri Birch (Good News Toronto), Emilie Overton (Blood Relations), and Brie Watson (The Second City, Improv Niagara). This week, the panel debates who would win a rap battle in the Shrek universe, which Game of Thrones characters are “attainable,” and the most dramatic voting round yet.
Pull up those overalls and throw on your neon tracksuits because this week we are going back to the 90’s!
Aiight home skillet, do we have the episode for YOU today! The musical era of the 90’s was, to say the least, an interesting and defining decade of what music would eventually become. Moving away from the whiny guitars and synth we got from the 80’s, we started transitioning into a variety of different sounds from the rising popularity of Pop, Hip-Hop, R&B, Grunge, and Ska/Punk. We also got our fair share of boys band and pop groups too! So this week join Tuong La and Phat and Fly guests Axandre Lemours, Colleen Wang, and Victoria Luloff as they rank ‘all that and a bag of chips’ while discussing Top 5 90’s songs!