148 episodes

Prolific film and culture critics Katey Rich, Matt Patches, Da7e Gonzales and David Ehrlich take on pop culture topics, film and TV reviews and interview very special guests in bi-weekly installments.

Fighting In The War Room: A Movies And Pop Culture Podcast Katey, Matt, Da7e and David

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 557 Ratings

Prolific film and culture critics Katey Rich, Matt Patches, Da7e Gonzales and David Ehrlich take on pop culture topics, film and TV reviews and interview very special guests in bi-weekly installments.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
557 Ratings

557 Ratings

Emily Dona ,

Excellent pod, would recommend

One of the best pop culture podcasts. David, talk INTO the microphone! Not away! That’s when it’s hard to hear you!

Tony from Dallas, TX ,

Worth the inconsistent episode drop dates

There's a lot of good film podcasts out there, some of which these hosts are also a part of, however none of them quite hit the mark like this one. What separates Fighting in the war room from others (and something that can sadly turn listeners off) is the combative discussion. There is nothing more boring than listening to podcast hosts politely agree with each other on every topic discussed. The hosts: Katey, Da7e, Patches, and Ehrlich all have distinct tastes and it is a joy to listen them agree and clash at different times. It speaks to both their friendship and expertise that these clashes never feel mean-spirited and go a long way in dissecting different aspects of a given film or show. FITWR is a thoroughly enjoyable podcast and the segmented structure of the show makes it perfect for both short or long listens throughout the day. Keep up the good work and special thanks to David, whose "Best films of the year" videos have helped me discover great movies I might have otherwise missed.

Side note: why is this podcast not on Spotify?

Royale ripoff ,

All About My Ehrlich

David Erhlich is the lifeblood of this podcast. Katey is great, when she has seen the movie the gang is discussing. Matt Patches and Da7e are also good, but they sound like the same person. So you guys just have to Talk to Erlich. God forbid Ehrlicc on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, because this podcast would be just fine to listen to. You should reticle this podcast to Pain and Errlich. Then again What Have I Done to Deserve Ehhrrlicchh. Maybe we have to Tie Ehrlick Up!Tie Ehrlick Down! That’s probably The Flower of Ehrlichhh’s Secret, being a contrarian. So retitle this podcast Ehrrich Habits. Make the rules of the podcast be the Law of Ehlick. Make it a Labyrinth of Erlrick. In the end it’s ok, but 5 stars for Erhrlich.

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