This week on Talkin’ Tuong, join Tuong and Quest Friend Forever/Heroes Don’t Do Paperwork’s/Thanos-Wannabe Angus MacDonald, as they examine the series of misfortunes of criminals being stuck in a house of even worse criminals while chatting about 2019’s horror comedy – Villains (now streaming on Amazon Prime).
This week on Talkin’ Tuong, we go on a grand visit to a beloved 6 season show that got itself a movie with 2019’s Downton Abbey (now streaming on Crave). Join Tuong and Quarantine Buddy/Life Pal Laura Gordon (Disney Dummies) as one of them gets to revisit a familiar and juicy dramatic world they enjoy, and the other tries to figure out why everyone in this movie is so horny for English royalty.
Comedy movies in the 2000’s were definitely a product of it’s time and this week’s movie on Talkin’ Tuong is here to prove it! Join Tuong La and road trip buddies The Making Box’s Sarah Bennett & Mitchell Horne as they get deep and dirty about the raunchy teen sex romp that is 2008’s Sex Drive (now streaming on Netflix)!
Magic mirror on the wall…what’s the oldest Disney animated feature of all?
We’re kicking off the inaugural episode of Disney Dummies by going all the way back to the movie that started it all, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Join us as we mine for gems and ID the poison apples along the way. Heigh ho!
Waka Waka! This week on Talkin’ Tuong we bring in Shit Hot Shit Show’s/It’s All Super’s Matt Barrow to talk about his love for puppets , or more specifically his love for Muppets! Listen as Tuong and Matt try to see if they have a rainbow connection while they discuss the 1979 Original Classic – The Muppet Movie (now streaming on Disney Plus).
The (slightly) relaunched Talkin’ Tuong is here and we are kicking things off with PodCavern fan favorite…Samantha Leggatt! The whole idea of this new-ish format is to find ways to connect with friends (old and new) in these darker times by talking about something more fun, like the types of art we are consuming more of these days. For the foreseeable future, we will be doing 1 on 1 interview shows with new guests every Monday to discuss the latest pop culture news as well as talk about one movie/tv or show/game/etc. that we both agreed to watch pre-recording. So sit back and enjoy our newest episode about Pixar’s latest movie…Onward!
Talkin’ Tuong has always been a show about finding ways to creatively express ideas and thoughts about pop culture, movies, tv, video games etc. In these dark times, we have decided to shine whatever light we can by committing to producing more frequent episodes, in this period of isolation, so we can keep the conversation going while finding ways to have fun along the way. Join Tuong La and special guest Taylor Fleming as they discuss The Invisible Man and all the shows/movies that are being impacted by this stupid virus!
CAW CAW Mother cluckers! We talking’ about birds this week!
Look we’ve done Fictional Dogs. We’ve done Fictional Cats. It was only a matter of time until we tackle the all important topic of Fictional Birds! So join Tuong La and Bodacious Bird Watchers Axandre Lemours, Victoria Lulloff, and Joey Walsh as they soar over and hoot out a Top 5 Fictional Birds list!
10 years of movies, that can’t be THAT hard to Rank right?…right?
The 2010 decade is coming to an end and, looking back, the movie landscape has shifted and changed drastically in the last 10 years. The Twenty-Tens gave rise to streaming, obligatory sequels, reboots, and shared universes; while many smaller indie films struggled to break through the box office. The amount of content we face these days is endless so coming with a list of our favorites was a tough one (especially since it’s been such a great decade for movies). So join us as Tuong La and Sassy Cinephiles Taylor Fleming, Stephanie Ridgeway, and Sean Mulhern pull out all their movie knowledge and rank down the behemoth of a list that is Top 5 Movies of the 2010 Decade!
On this explosive episode of The Improv Punch Up, we have the A-Team’s very own Samantha Leggatt joining ALL THREE Punch-Up hosts! This week we see what the MCU can bring to the opening of The Beauty and the Beast, discover if the lions of Pride Rock really need Simba, and Enzo gets what he always wanted for his birthday…. A “Yo MaMa Battle”!