Talkin’ Tuong returns in full force to talk about a jam packed month we had in July! On this episode, with the help of Taylor Fleming, we discuss our favorite web-slinger in his newest movie Spider-Man: Far From Home, discover if the new live-action Lion King remake means Hakuna Matata, and dig into all the big news from San Diego Comic-Con 2019!
On this episode of The Improv Punch Up we have the Astounding Al Connors in the PodCavern! Listen as Al and the boys figure out what the fall of the Berlin Wall would be like with more genies, a man’s whole life is a customer service nightmare, and the Avengers become a little more international!
Ranking Super Powers is our Endgame.
Today we are celebrating 11 years of the MCU and superhero pop culture by giving our take on an aged old question: “What are the best super powers?”. Face it, even the most jaded comic book sneerer wishes they can get up and fly out of bed, transform into a fire breathing lizard, or shoot lasers out of their eyes! This week join Tuong La and New Mutants Justin Godelie, Dan Foerster, and Angus MacDonald as they put on the Infinity Gauntlet and materialize their take on the Top 5 best super powers!
Wait a sec.. Green book? That can’t be right..
[Warning: This episode contains some minor spoilers]
The Academy has had one of it’s most controversial years yet. Just when you think they finally “get it” they manage to take one step forward and two steps back. From everything surrounding the hosting, to subtracting and re-adding categories to the main program, to the Best Movie they chose, it’s clear that this whole awards show is kind of a hot mess. However, it’s not all cloudy skies! While this year may not have had the strongest line up of movies, it still gave us some real humdingers which we are here today to share with you! Join Tuong La and True Oscar Winners Desiree Connors Warmington, Taylor Fleming, and Leslie Cserepy as they celebrate PodCavern & Ranked’s second birthday, and rank the Top 5 Movies of 2018!
Happy 50th episode to Ranked!
Big thanks to all of our listeners and guests for getting us to episode 50, we couldn’t have done it without you! 2018 was full of ups and downs in the world but if we could take one small bit of solace, at least video games were pretty awesome last year. Join Tuong La and Gaming Guru’s Angus MacDonald, Ethan Howieson, and Dan Foerster as they celebrate 2018’s year in gaming by ranking a Top 5 list!
To close out 2018, we have one last episode of Talkin’ Tuong for ya and it’s a juicy one! This month we have special guests Justin & Shannon Godelie (Pull the Plug) and Laura Gordon to help Tuong ‘thwip’ into action as we talk about Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse, break into a dance number and belt out a tune about Mary Poppins Returns, and swim into a CGI water explosion as we chat about Aquaman!
And we’re back!
It’s the end of September and that means another roundup of some of the most interesting things in pop culture that happened this month! This episode Tuong calls in help from co-host of The Improv Punch Up Angus MacDonald to talk on this Marvel-centric episode starting with Iron Fist Season 2, followed by the glory that is Spider-Man on PS4, then finishes off with the trailers from Captain Marvel and Dark Phoenix.
..also just for fun we discuss a BONUS TOPIC – Nicolas Cage’s new psychedelic revenge film Mandy!
On this episode of The Improv Punch Up, we have the ridiculous Ray Besharah in the PodCavern joining hosts Angus and Leslie. This week we phone in Spider-Man’s latest adventure, a landlord’s love of Laurence Fishburne turns out to be his biggest nightmare (on Elm Street), and we find out why the green smoke on The Rock smells so funny.
“MOOOOM THE MEATLOAF!”
In honor of Mother’s Day, Tuong La and mama’s boys/girl Axandre Lemours, Even Gilchrist, and Catherine Ballachey scour through the vast sea of fictional moms and make a Top 5 list of the very best!
The day of Infinity War as finally arrived!
10 years ago Marvel started a revolution for comic book nerds around the world with the very first Iron Man. What followed was the birth of a cinematic universe that has dominated today’s pop culture. Through 18 movies, they have been slowly building the foundation of the biggest comic book event since…well ever. To celebrate this momentous occasion, join Tuong La as he gathers the Infinity Stones with the help of Stenley Philippe, Stephen Peeling, and Glen Barlas as they look back and rank the very best Marvel Movies leading up to Avengers: Infinity War.