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!

“If you’re going to run, do it now.”

This week join Tuong and Living Vampire Dan Foerster as they talk about pirating games for the SEGA Dreamcast, being stuck in the Truman Show in real life, and the latest entry in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe (without Spider-Man) – 2022’s Morbius!

Wait did any movies even come out last year?

The pandemic has made the timing of movie releases weird. Movies endlessly have been getting delayed and it really seemed like nothing came out in 2021. With the Oscars coming up, y’know the most prestigious awards show nobody watches, we once again took it upon ourselves to reflect on if there was anything even worth watching or talking about for this year’s best movie podcast. The answer was YES! Even in a sea of delayed films, there was a number of great stuff that came out last year that supplied that much-needed escapism that only movies can provide, transporting our minds away from the harsh reality of real life and into a world of imagination and wonder. So join Tuong and Movie Lovers Nivala Maharaj, Jesse Anderson, and Alyssa Wooldridge as they binge all the films from last year to bring you a Top 5 Movies of 2021 list!

“The Choice Is An Illusion”

This week join Tuong and “The One” Axandre Lemours as they talk about watching a new movie a day in 2022, how the new Fresh Prince of Bel-Air show might not look so fresh, the art of reviewing movies on Letterboxd, and a new sequel to one of the most beloved franchises that made us question reality – The Matrix Resurrections (2021)!

“With great power…” This week join Tuong and multi-verse hero Emily Lambert as they talk about her love for Disney, reading 100 books in a year, why anyone should care for a sequel to Avatar,…

“All I wanted in this world is carnage”

This week join Tuong and our favorite alien symbiote Dan Foerster as they talk about new daddy life, Bezos wasting money going to space, how cartoonishly violent Home Alone traps are, and why our movie of the week made us physically face palm in the theaters – 2021’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

“O greatest of Kings, let one of your knights try to land a blow against me. Indulge me in this game.”

This week join Tuong and medieval, fantasy, poetry fan Gisela Peters as they find out that playing a game with a big, mysterious, and spooky Groot-looking dude with a giant ax is not as cracked up to be in 2021’s The Green Knight.

“On your left…”

Hey look we all love Captain America in the P0dCavern (at least Tuong really does) so was it a surprise that we’d be talking about this show? So join Tuong and Evil Captain America Taylor Fleming as they do a series review of Disney’s second MCU show – The Falcon and the Winter Soldier!

Everyone’s favorite TV show about shitty superheroes and hilarious over the top violence is back for a season 2 on Prime Video. That’s right! This week on Talkin’ Tuong, we have special guest Angus MacDonald…

PodCavern’s Spookening Begins!

We are doing a whole month of spooky-themed movies for this month’s episodes of Talkin’ Tuong! So join Tuong La and Half Ghost-Half Werewolf Kyle Jones, as we watch Martin Freeman take on Zombies (and an Australian accent) in 2017’s Cargo (now streaming on Netflix!).