In this spoiler-free episode, we slice (pun intended) into John Carpenter's new "Halloween" movie, dissect what happened (more puns) and take a stab (pun) at how it stacks up to the original. Knives. Happy Halloween (Movie)!
In this episode, we are talking about our favorite Halloween traditions, movies — Alex admits a recent one that actually scared him and all the spooky places to visit in and around New Jersey. What are your favorites? Be sure to let us know!
Going to New York Comic Con? We are! We talk about what we are excited to check out, and we chat with a cosplay expert who offers up some awesome tips. Can't make it to the convention? No problem. We will bring you all the details, so you don't miss a thing.
It's that time of year again — Batman Day — so we asked: what would we like to see done with the character going forward on both the big and small screen? Here's our discussion. Be sure to tell us what you think, too!
Travis McElroy, best known for his work on "My Brother, My Brother and Me" and "The Adventure Zone," checks in with Alex to talk about his guest appearance on the new Maximum Fun sci-fi comedy podcast "Bubble" and much more.
Longtime online film critic, video essayist and cultural commentator Lindsay Ellis joins us to discuss "It's Lit," her new PBS Digital Studios web series happening in conjunction with PBS' Great American Read.
Irish punk legends Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphys kick off their first-ever U.S. tour together tonight at Cleveland's Jacobs Pavilion. Before they play the Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park (June 17), Festival Pier at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia (June 21) and Forest Hills Stadium in Queens (June 22), we're talking with Flogging Molly lead singer Dave King! Plus, Alex and Felecia break down their most-anticipated summer concerts here in Jersey.
Filmmaker John Cameron Mitchell, best known as the co-writer and original star of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," tells Alex about his new movie, "How to Talk to Girls at Parties," based on a short story by Neil Gaiman.