A pair of lesbians rewatch, reread, and re-offer their objectively right opinions on Mo Xiang Tong Xiu’s gay xianxia property Mo Dao Zu Shi / Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation.
A Pokémon podcast, hosted by Matt that is probably less informative than you imagine. Hosted by a longtime fan with rotating guests, talking about things new and old and answering your questions.
Nicky Flowers (@yiffpolice) has never listened to Radiohead. Meys (@echovessel) has. Picking Up Something Good is a limited event prestige podcast from Noise Space and neo-detritus where Nicky and Meys will run through all of Radiohead’s output, album by album.
RadIsh is a show and tell podcast where we bring you “Just The Good Stuff”. Each week, Sean Barry, Tyler Menk, Meys Quintana, and Will Farr bring you something worth sharing to get you through the week. Find our Jam of the Week playlists on Apple Music or Spotify.
Eden and David (and sometimes guests!) join forces to talk about Homestar Runner, its influence on culture, and think of as many quotes as they can. Meet us at The Stick.
The Ask Box is a Tumblr nostalgia podcast. Through conversations with friends new and old, host Allegra Rosenberg tries to get to the bottom of what made Tumblr circa 2010-2012 so special for the people that were a part of it, and so impactful for the culture at large.
Isabelle Arf and Derek Godin use the tried and true method of the single-elimination bracket to find out which movie from the IMDb Top 250 is the best one.
Two hosers, Derek and Matt, pick a Canadian cultural niche and run through its history and impact on the national and world stages, with some personal reflections, to try to determine what it means to be Canadian.
Derek & Juan of Dim the House Lights watch movies with a 50% Rotten Tomatoes score and figure out on which side of the fence they fall on and why.
Owen Otto (former guitarist for Little Tin Frog) and Conner Nyberg (avid fan) team together to go through the entire solo discography of Logan Whitehurst, uncovering secrets that had been buried for millions of years.
David and Matt lived through the golden era of the Pitchfork Media hype machine, whose albums soundtracked the entire time they were in college, but how well do they hold up?
Alex and Lydia are reading through and discussing the massive 7-year tome of a webcomic called Homestuck. Lydia has read it before, Alex hasn’t.
Each week, film “scholar” Sara talks with a guest (and sometimes producer Blair) about a horror movie of their choosing, in which they take a queer look at horror and determine exactly where you can put fucked up guys!
Bean Leveille and James Brown are going to watch Lost, but in the very truly wrong order. Random number generator dictates which episode is watched each week. Why are we doing this? We have our reasons.
Alex and Stephanie are here to take you back to the late ’90s with their episode by episode hot takes on HBO’s classic show Sex and the City.
Trevor Ikrath is a relatively new They Might Be Giants fan. Matt Rebeiro is a long-time They Might Be Giants fan. Together, they’re going album by album to see what makes the Giants the enduring force they remain more than 30 years later.
Linus Closs & guests complain loudly about why movies should probably never be made. The books are always better, though sometimes not by much.
Molly and friends have close discussions about feelings, culture, technology and whatever else comes to mind in an intimate, free-flowing discussion.
Henry Kissinger IS Pokemon Going To Die, it’s not a threat, just a fact. Created by and for the extremely online, let our rotating cast of SJWs guide you through just what the hell is happening around us.
H-Appa-board the cabbage cart and take an Ava-tour of the Avatar: The Last Airbender universe with Summer and Noah Geist as they go episode by episode, highlighting the elements that make this beloved show so special.
A masked luchador, greedy sorcerer, and care-free hunter on their quest to stop a big ‘ol monster. It’s D&D 5e, and we never open the rulebook. Eddy Collazo hosts.
The Wonder Yeerks is a podcast where we rewatch/reread Animorphs! Press your hand to the Escafil and let’s go!
Satah is here to harness the power of song to solve only your tiniest, most minuscule problems.
Ten years ago, the network formerly known as ABC Family allowed 7th Heaven creator Brenda Hampton to make a terrible teen drama that they inexplicably allowed to run for five seasons. Now, two brothers have made it their mission to shine a light on this garbage TV show and look at it more closely than the writers would have ever hoped anyone would.