Ken and Richard, lifelong Beatles fans, review The Beatles: Get Back, a new three-episode documentary currently streaming on Disney+. Does this nearly eight-hour marathon of previously unseen footage give us a new perspective on the Fab Four? Does it shed light on some gems? Tune in and find out!
Ken sits down with Colleen Foy to discuss her career in acting, what it’s like to make an appearance on Sesame Street, and her current show, Station 19.
Ken and Richard are at it again! In an attempt to broaden each other’s pop culture horizens, they each challenged the other to watch a the first few episodes of a current (or recent show) which they had not previously tried. Ken watches Warrior (HBO Max) while Richard takes a look at Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (Hulu).
We continue the second half of our conversation about WW II and the influence it had on pop-culture with our special guest Jessica Manor host of the Body Count podcast.
Caution! As with the previous episode, there is some strong language and dark subject matter.
This episode is the first part of a discussion about World War II, and its place in history that many people don’t often realize; as well as a reflection on its effect on movies and pop culture. Special guest: Jessica Manor, from Body Count (podcast).
Caution! This episode does contain several instances of strong language, as well as dark subject matter.
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 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.
The Pudding Guys pay tribute to some of the important contributors to pop culture that we’ve lost so far in 2020. Join us and raise a glass!
Join us in this episode, as we stay as far away from each other as possible, and discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on pop culture in the future. We also continue our look at the history of comic book movies in the year 2007.