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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, 588 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
588 Ratings

588 Ratings

Razu ,

Fun, Entertaining, and Engaging!

Love the podcast! I have been a long-time listener and have finally felt the need to write a review. I am writing now with David Ehrlich’s voice in my head—it’s kind of weird to be honest. Anyway, what an amazing podcast, this has been a constant companion for my many long commutes to school. I’m currently in my senior year of university and I am working on a couple writing projects which led me to my question: How did you all feel about your writing assignments? Did you enjoy the prompts, or was it something you begrudgingly did? I want to write, professionally, but I’m feeling somewhat discouraged by my not enjoying these assignments. Anyway, great podcast would recommend!

Clegane-Bowling for Columbine ,

Gentlemen, you can't fight in here this is a worm groom

Squeaking this in since David's own BB is on the way and I'll be sad when he takes time off from the pod. I suspect it will be like that drought of episodes where Katey was absent :( David I watched that video of you interviewing Destin Daniel Cretton and Brie Larson, and when he points out your socks the camera man doesn't pan down to show them, WHAT WERE THEY. Also, it's funny seeing you talk in person and it match the disembodied voice I hear in the car. Perhaps it was how you felt when seeing Del Toro or Refn with their new voices. I only picture you as a hippo.

To Patches: Since Tasha Robinson is joining the Polygon fam soonish, any chance you can get her to be a guest on FITWR? I am not being glib when I say that would be the most ambitious crossover event in pod history.

To Da7e: Thank you for the legacy feeds you beautiful bastad,

To Katey: I started listening to Little Gold Men and I like how you wear these two podcast hats so effortlessly. You rule.

TJ Wells ,

What is Girlboss May Never Die

I’m just here to appreciate Patches “Norman Fetus” that David just ignored. Five stars.

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