Live from the emerald isle! The Improv Punch Up is back for another episode to celebrate the most Shamrock of holidays….St. Patty’s Day! Hear a tale of Young Laddy and Old Laddy, where a fateful pint at the pub sets off a journey through time, through dance, and through accents! We certainly believe you’ll be…..TAKEN…..with it!
John ‘The Jigsaw Killer’ Kramer has done the unthinkable: somehow made the Saw movies the most popular horror franchise of the mid-00s. Swapping a coherent plot for buckets of blood and gore, the Saw series leans on its shock value to distract from its overly convoluted and under-written continuity. “Want to play a game?” No. Now take your pig mask and get out of here.
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!
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.
Our favorite little country up in the north of the world is turning 151 and we are here to celebrate! When we think of our favorite celebrities, it’s funny how a lot of them happen to be Canadian eh? So sit back, cozy up on your favorite chesterfield, grab some Timmies, and join Tuong La and Crazy Cool Canucks Leslie Cserepy, Angus MacDonald, and Laura Gordon as we rank our favourite Canadians of ALL TIME!
All the way from the West Coast, Smooth Styles Colin Giles flies into town and joins Tuong and Leslie as they learn how Daniel Plainview reveals himself as a Time Wizard, Mr Simmons finds his tempo in different careers, and one man’s mouth is another man’s Pulp Fiction.