It’s time for part two of The History of Comic Book Movies for 2011! In this year, the Marvel Comics Universe really began to take off with the addition of Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor. Ken and Richard discuss these and the other titles that premiered in the rest of twenty-eleven.
It’s an exciting time–We finally have a new comic book movie to review! Ken and Richard dive into the HBO Max premiere of Wonder Woman 1984. Hear what these super-friends have to say about it!
This Friday we have a fun conversation with @ErikFellows about his career and his new film ‘Break Even’!
Are you ready for a Christmas treat? Well, we have the gift for you: An interview with veteran actor and podcaster, James DuMont! We talk about his new movie on Disney+, Safety, and discuss his other roles over the years.
This week, your intrepid hosts challenge each other with a movie swap! Listen to their opinions of their chosen favorites! Richard offers up “The Last of the Mohicans,” and Ken brings “Spirited Away” to the fray.
In advance of the new film “Penitent Thief,” Ken talks to Adele Pomerenke, who stars in the film opposite Kevin Sorbo. Get a glimpse in the life of a ballet dancer/heavy metal singer/actor!
It’s hard to believe, but the History of Comic Book Movies has reached the year 2011, and there are a lot of movies to go over! So, in this episode we cover the half that do not touch on the MCU, including Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and X-Men: First Class.
Ken and Richard take a post-holiday moment to rant about the truly unimportant things: grocery store etiquette and disappointment with tv writing.
At long last, we return to our History of Comic Book Movies series! This time, it’s personal–or maybe it’s 2010? This was a big year for the comic book movie genre, with 10 entries for Ken and Richard to discuss and disect.
Ken and Richard challenge each other’s musical tastes with a CD swap! Ken brings Yellow and Green (Baroness, 2012) as his pick and Richard’s contribution is Riddles Are Abound Tonight (Sausage, 1994).
Join Ken and Liliana Tandon (writer and actor) for a conversation about her upcoming movie, A Ring for Christmas. They discuss what it’s like to see the different sides of a movie’s creation from inception to release.
Is there anything better than getting up on a Saturday morning as a kid to watch your cartoons? Of course there is! Listen to the Pudding Guys talk about their favorite cartoons with special guest podcasters, Linzi Gray (The Rosenbaum and Gray Hour) and Delvin Cox (The Delvin Cox Experience).
Ken talks with actress Mary Kate Wiles about her new episodic feature, Wayward Guide For The Untrained Eye, her many other fantastic projects, and the nature of content creation in this new age!
Yesterday (October 15, 2020) marked the beginning of Season 3 for Star Trek: Discovery and Ken has the opportunity to sit down with the fantastically talented Wilson Cruz, who plays the part of Dr. Culber!
Pick a card–any card! Join Ken and Richard as they have a blast talking with magician and actor, Rich Manley. Catch his new show coming out on Tubi this month: Culture Shock, Bridging Cultures Through Magic.
Ken and Richard pay tribute to individuals of note that the world lost in June and July of 2020. Some names you may know, some may be unfamiliar, but all of them had an impact.
Richard discusses the major gaming news that XBox has acquired Bethesda, and what impact this will have on the industry.
In the past, we’ve shown a lot of love to live-action adaptations of our comic favorites. This episode, Richard focuses on some of the animated offerings from Marvel and DC. He also discusses some of the next generation gaming consoles that will be dropping soon!
Richard quarterbacks this episode, which is fitting because it’s all about the upcoming NFL season! He gives us his thoughts and assessments crucial for any Fantasy Football enthusiast to excel in the coming season.
The History of Comic Book Movies series continues! The Pudding Guys have made it to the year 2009. It only took a little Push, but you know they like to Watchmen until their screens Whiteout. Something, something, Wolverine.