319 episodes

This weekly podcast finds two friends who are constantly at odds coming together to talk all things pop culture. With a quirky sense of humor (and a complete lack of humility), Shelby and Matt put their fingers on the pulse of social media’s zeitgeist as they discuss, dissect, and dismantle current moments in movies, music, and more. These self-proclaimed tastemakers are eager to prove their point and serve their tea too. Because you may think you’re right but P.S. You’re Wrong.

PS You're Wrong: A Pop Culture Podcast Shelby and Matt

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    • 3.7 • 3 Ratings

This weekly podcast finds two friends who are constantly at odds coming together to talk all things pop culture. With a quirky sense of humor (and a complete lack of humility), Shelby and Matt put their fingers on the pulse of social media’s zeitgeist as they discuss, dissect, and dismantle current moments in movies, music, and more. These self-proclaimed tastemakers are eager to prove their point and serve their tea too. Because you may think you’re right but P.S. You’re Wrong.

    Bullet Train (Episode 191)

    Bullet Train (Episode 191)

    Shelby and Matt put their best brit forward as they talk about Brad Pitt’s new action comedy Bullet Train.

    • 52 min
    Pop Culture Roundup #129

    Pop Culture Roundup #129

    Pete Davidson says goodbye to Kim K (4:18). Hamilton gets the Bible school treatment (6:15). James Franco is back in the news (13:40). And the Discovery+HBO Max merger causes some panic (19:05). For love it or hate it (31:10), Matt is building interest for Five Days at Memorial and Shelby is begging people to listen to Sabrina Carpenter’s new album emails I can’t send.

    • 42 min
    Vengeance (Episode 190)

    Vengeance (Episode 190)

    Shelby and Matt channel their inner NPR gods to pick apart the themes of humanity in B. J. Novak's new film Vengeance. Dead white girls and douchebags galore, it's time to see if this indie film is taking hits or pulling punches  

    • 50 min
    Pop Culture Roundup #128

    Pop Culture Roundup #128

    Taylor Swift is a climate criminal (0:35). Will Smith is finally apologetic (18:10). Bridgerton the musical is officially on thin ice (23:45). And Shakira might be going to prison (29:10). For love it or hate it (31:50), Shelby liked Not Okay and Matt explains Beyoncé’s Renaissance.

    • 46 min
    Nope (Episode 189)

    Nope (Episode 189)

    It’s a yes and a maybe for Jordan Peele’s Nope. This sci-fi/horror/allegory/monster blockbuster is breaking records and blowing minds — but can it live up to scrutiny or is it jsut a dish best served twice?

    • 53 min
    Pop Culture Roundup #127

    Pop Culture Roundup #127

    Shelby and Matt celebrate four years podcasting together. Marvel has the next four years planned at Comic-Con (5:25). Streaming might be changing…again. And Florence Pugh doesn’t want to talk about Don’t Worry Darling (28:30). For love it or hate it (35:10), Shelby recommends The Girl in the Picture and Matt finally saw the Backstreet Boys doc.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

GeorgiaBrisco ,

A-class bants

Love, love, love Shelby and “Maaaatt”.

Honestly, I hadn’t written a review because I’m in the UK and podcasters don’t always see their reviews from other countries. But to honour your 100th Episode Birthday coming up, I’ll give it a go. Fair warning: this’ll be long, to celebrate and also because I hate writing succinctly.

Shelby and Matt have brightened my life, both in quarantine but even before. Doing chores, going for walks, tube rides, blabbing to my friends about movie stuff I wouldn’t usually know about — so. much. better. As in, their content isn’t just great when the bar is on the floor and the year is flaming garbage. It’s actually great anyway.

Shelby is funny and smart and loves Taylor Swift and thus would be, arguably, perfect, if she didn’t love Marvel movies. Matt is funny and smart and does not love Taylor swift and thus would be, arguably, perfect, if that last fact wasn’t the case.

I’m here for the razor-sharp banter, the cinephile expertise, and witty intersectional feminist analyses (Shelby’s rants, followed by a low-key but still impassioned “yeah, yikes” from Matt make me lol every time). Seriously, they got my friends and I to watch Train to Busan “together” during lockdown and it made that day of the apocalypse 100% less crap (I know you guys are still very much in the worst of it, apocalypse/virus-wise, in the US, so I’m sorry if that past tense triggered you).

Thanks guys. Y’all feel like friends now, and I’ve got at least two of my real ones on to you so you’re just part of the crew at this point.

In fact, I should mention: Matt, my friend said in the car the other day: “Shame, he sounds so sweet, man. What a decent guy. He has a nice voice.” (We’re South African. Impossible to explain what “shame” means in this context, but there you have it.) I agreed, saying Matt seems like the most earnest and nicest heartless person around.

Shelby, your voice is fine too—I just know it isn’t as much as a complex for you.

Okay guys, I did warn you about length. Hope this brightens up your still-quarantined days.

Never stop never stopping pls.

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