48 episodes

It’s the sequel to the podcast you didn’t know existed. Your hosts Sara, Ale, and Shak explore those direct-to-video sequels of childhood classic, horror franchises, and action movies.

Seequels: The Return to DTV Talk Film Society

    • TV & Film
    • 4.3 • 22 Ratings

It’s the sequel to the podcast you didn’t know existed. Your hosts Sara, Ale, and Shak explore those direct-to-video sequels of childhood classic, horror franchises, and action movies.

    48 – Bring It On: All or Nothing

    48 – Bring It On: All or Nothing

    Sara (@SaraSorrentino), Ale (@Sick__66), and Shak (@ShakExcellence) return for their twice-yearly podcast, Seequels! They talk the DTV sequel Bring It On: All or Nothing, starring Hayden Panettiere and Rihanna. They also discuss krumping, why they aren’t doing an episode on Wild Things 2, Gwen Stefani, and the Usher-T-Pain beef! It’s all here, folks!

    47 – The Lion King 1½

    47 – The Lion King 1½

    Sara (@SaraSorrentino), Ale (@Sick__66), and Shak (@ShakExcellence) reunite after a six month break to talk about the nostalgia-driven Disney DTV sequel The Lion King 1½. They give life updates, their thoughts on the meta-ness of this sequel/prequel/side-quel, how great DVD and flash player games were, and a lot more!

    46 – Hard Target 2

    46 – Hard Target 2

    Sara (@SaraSorrentino), Ale (@Sick__66), and Shak (@ShakExcellence) welcome you back to the seemingly bi-yearly Seequels podcast with Hard Target 2! Scott Adkins is mentioned plenty! Also, a whole lot of other stuff we can’t really get into. You better just listen to this!

    45 – Daphne and Velma

    45 – Daphne and Velma

    Sara (@SaraSorrentino), Talk Film Society Editor-in-Chief and Owner Ale (@Sick__66), and Shak (@ShakExcellence) get the band back together to watch the 2018 live action Scooby-Doo prequel Daphne & Velma. They discuss who amongst them is Daphne and who is Velma, leaving Shak out of the picture. They also, somehow, end up talking about vampire sex and fluids. Another typical episode of your favorite podcast, Seequels! https://static1.squarespace.com/static/57e05e534402434aa0f846c2/t/6050f3b25d5867334cd8cd37/1615918053071/Seequels++Episode+45+-+Daphne+%26+Vel.mp3/original/Seequels++Episode+45+-+Daphne+%26+Vel.mp3

    44 – Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker

    44 – Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker

    Sara (@SaraSorrentino), Ale (@Sick__66), and Shak (@ShakExcellence) wish you happy holidays and a silent night. deadly night as they watch and discuss Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker. Mickey Rooney, Pettos, the fact that this movie is a pretty good Christmas-themed horror movie, Shak’s TikTok fame, horny hips, Bad Celebrity Websites, RAISINS, Twitter beefs, and more! https://static1.squarespace.com/static/57e05e534402434aa0f846c2/t/5fe56c62391133766f71d948/1608871133302/Seequels++Episode+44+-+Silent+Night.mp3/original/Seequels++Episode+44+-+Silent+Night.mp3

    43 – Kronk’s New Groove

    43 – Kronk’s New Groove

    Well, well, well, look what podcast decided to come back… Seequels returns with Sara (@SaraSorrentino), Ale (@Sick__66), and Shak (@ShakExcellence) talking about the highly-suggested DTV sequel Kronk's New Groove, the 2005 follow-up to The Emperor's New Groove. They catch up on what they’ve been up to since last recording, the validity of making a sequel centered on a comedic side character, raisin bread, Billy Zane, Vin Diesel, TikTok, and more! https://static1.squarespace.com/static/57e05e534402434aa0f846c2/t/5fc828a726a3037b4330ecd7/1606953277353/Seequels++Episode+43+-+Kronk_s+New.mp3/original/Seequels++Episode+43+-+Kronk_s+New.mp3

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

Jamestim ,

A funny podcast about mostly terrible movies.

A fresh take on the bad movie podcast.

Billy's forced nickname ,

One of my favorite podcasts.

Consistently funny and honestly doing the world a service by sitting through some of this dreck. Heroes.

Dave - Pop Culture Case Study ,

Braver than I

This is a really fun show! I was hesitant at first because I shy away from the “movies are bad” podcasts. But the hosts are great together and the choice to sometimes not watch the original movie (or the 19 other sequels) is strangely inspired. A podcast full of good eggs. Check it out.