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Whether you love cooking, hate it, don't know how you feel about it because you've never tried it before, or anywhere in between, congrats, you're in the right place. First host DC Pierson (author, comedian, and enthusiastic home cook) makes a dish, then he chats with a guest about where cooking does or does not fit in their lives at the moment, food memories, and everything food and cooking are related to, which is everything. Cook along at home or just listen for funny, relaxing, inspiring ...
 
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Lesbian Vamptober continues apace with what should be the straightest movie ever made. Twilight? The one about toxic hetero relationships, conceived of by a Mormon housewife and acted by people who hated what they were doing the whole time? Trust us, it's queer as heck. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
FILM CRITICISM HULK joined us to discover whether we know the definition of the word "shambolic." We discuss certified freak on a leash Monte Hellman, whether or not anyone's life has like a purpose or meaning or whatever, and all our cross-country roadtrips to LA. Plus, three bicons discuss James Taylor's whole vibe! See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Kevin Costello (BRIGSBY BEAR, BAD TRIP) brought us everybody's favorite Martin Sheen in a tight T-shirt opus, BADLANDS. We talk psychopath tests, punching your producer, and which movie we've already covered would pair best with this in a double feature. It's NOT what you'd think! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
(TW: sexual assault) NEON baddie Mason Speta joined us to talk about CRUEL INTENTIONS, a walking-talking trigger warning of a film. But it's not all cringing in hindsight. We also talk about the harbinger of p*rn to come the whole stepsibling thing is, the use of color, and Sarah Michelle Gellar absolutely delivering. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Time for a hazy summer mirage of a movie, PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK. What happened to the 3 girls and their queercoded math teacher on St. Valentine's Day 1900? Iunno. This was Peter Weir's second movie, government-funded, and cool as all get out. We talk bridal veils, influence of Sofia Coppola, and Bethy's meh Australian accent. Crikey! See acast.co…
 
Hippies! Brownface! Gavin McLeod! A murderess! Did we mention brownface? Siddhant Adlakha wanted to talk about the Peter Sellers/Edward Blake co-joint THE PARTY, and who are we to stop him? Tune in for Claudine Longet talk, Indira Gandhi's take on the film, and more Rudyard Kipling talk than you'd normally find at a bar. See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
Bonjour mesdame et mesieurs! Bienvenu a notre petite podcast, avec Rebecca Alter de Vulture, qui revise des nouritures des artistes. In honor of Bastille Day, aka Eat the Rich Day, Rebecca Alter of Vulture joined us to talk Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. The virtues of Kirsten Dunst, our greatest living actress(?); needle drops; nepotism. It's a…
 
Nothing says summer like skeet shooting! Join Jocey Coffman (Lovett or Leave It) as we talk about one of the best comedies to flop on initial release. Plus, now Swayze and Kilmer have a real run for "most represented actor on Watching Movies at the Bar." Who will win? Will they guest? Only time will tell. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
We had to hold this bad boy until summer had officially started. You need DIRTY DANCING in the muggy summer. We talked to Sara Schaefer (The Schaefer Shakedown, her memoir GRAND) about this classic of the teen girl canon. We also talk about hating Robbie and his Ayn Rand agenda, our religious trauma, and which members of the pod are or are not baby…
 
We're talking Road House with A.A. de Levine (@soalexgoes on Twitter)! It's all about the body, the male body, and the feminization of the male body through sacred wounds! Pain don't hurt, but Lacanian analysis of a movie that features a monster truck might. Plus, discussion of Sam Elliott's bush. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out infor…
 
Halle Kiefer, of Ruined podcast fame, discusses THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT with us! CW for total creeps, because we talk about the real life Warrens. But we also talk about Vera Farmiga's blouses, why "based on a true story" is a hindrance to the Conjuring series and NUN NUN NUN NUN. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
CW: a lot of Miramax founder talk We discuss the schadenfreude fest that is OVERNIGHT with the writer director of THE OVERNIGHT, Patrick Brice. He made this more complicated than it needed to be, and we love that! In 1997, Troy Duffy was offered a deal w/ Miramax to make THE BOONDOCK SAINTS and a record deal with Maverick for his band The Brood, as…
 
This episode is so money, and it doesn't even know it. Or it does know it, but it's pretending to not know it because it thinks that will help it get chicks? Anyway, this was actually the first WMATB ever recorded. Bethy explores her masculinity, Thomas plays a game, and we all learn a lot about what the names of the characters are in the movie SWI…
 
Film critic Katie Walsh joins us to talk about everyone's favorite homoerotic plane party, Top Gun! We discuss the cult of Tom Cruise (not that one), how Goose be honkin, and the legacy of Tony Scott. It's the 35th anniversary of this film, and we are not thinking about Top Gun: Maverick right now, so quit asking! See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
We talked to Brodie Reed (THE DARK WEEB, THE MALE GAZE PODCAST) about kung fu, the Shaw Bros. version of the studio system, and what one could learn building scaffolding at Guitar Center. Check out this doc on the Shaw Bros (https://youtu.be/rDe-cUBl7es) and this twitter (https://twitter.com/TimesSqKungFu) for more kung fu action/edification. See a…
 
Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Mike Scollins joined us to talk about Gale Weathers' hair! And other stuff, too, but mostly Gale. This ep features the first of many MEN WOMEN AND CHAINSAWS namedrops. Collect them all! Check out our Instagram for Mike's copy of OUT OF DARKNESS by Sidney Prescott. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
We talked Ernest P. Worrell with THE ART OF SELF-DEFENSE writer/director Riley Stearns! Listen for insights into dog acting, wet puppets, and googling "Jim Varney gay?" in the wee hours of the morning. Lindsay Theirl did our cover art. Colin Jenkins does our editing. Quentin Mulligan does our intro. Stan Ernest. Stan Eartha Kitt. See acast.com/priv…
 
For our first full episode, we decided to go all in. CLOUD ATLAS: a sometimes beautiful, sometimes incomprehensibly misguided, movie. Tom Hanks says the C word, like, 10 minutes into this bad boy. We talk about orientalism, activism, and that one time Thomas' friend jumped into a bush because he thought "it looked fluffy." See acast.com/privacy for…
 
DC makes Kirby Mekler's brown butter sugar cookies with Cadbury Mini Eggs then welcomes Nicole Byer (NAILED IT, WIPEOUT) to talk Impossible Whoppers, Steve Aoki's ghost kitchen pizza, Rogue One spoilers, people-watching at Mastro's, Howlin' Ray's, whether our deceased parents would be in to conspiracy theories, injuries of all kinds, and a whole lo…
 
DC makes Nigella Lawson's salt and vinegar roasted potatoes and then welcomes Rick Perlstein (author of "Nixonland," "The Invisible Bridge," "Reaganland") to talk airport food rituals, post-yoga-class Reubens, Reagan on the mashed-potato circuit, how a guy named Earl Butz destroyed the family farm, bachelor food shopping at CVS, Chicago grocery sto…
 
DC makes Emily Nunn's easy orange salad and then welcomes Dhruv Uday Singh (Good Trouble, Prodigal Son) to talk about Korean fried chicken, eggs Kejriwal, being a part of air-fryer nation, the aching vulnerability of Zoom auditions, post-breakup weed intake, soufflé aspirations, and a whole lot more! RECIPE: https://eatsomesalad.substack.com/p/welc…
 
DC roasts a sweet potato for a really long time then adds butter, tahini, lemon and sea salt (do it!) then chats with Alex Scordelis (Difficult People, Billy On The Street) about depraved In-N-Out orders, the lineage of cakes with hidden good luck charms inside, Flaming Dr. Peppers, secret fantasy football tribunals, his Neil Young cover band the C…
 
DC rings in the New Year by making Mashama Bailey's stewed black eyed peas then talks to Shaan Baig (The Get Brown, Bollywood Boys) about his epic journey from high school forensics to pre-med to being a comedian slash dentist, Ramadan social scheduling, Lisa Simpson moments, white coat ceremonies, his mom's lamb biryani and a whole lot more. RECIP…
 
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