This is a podcast for The Peach Review® Magazine in Atlanta. Here we'll share various types of reviews including art exhibits, ballets, musicals, movies, and more from around the city. We'll also share interviews with special guests!
Episode 14: WandaVision Review
Marvel Studios delivers a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe with "WandaVision". In this series, Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) are two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives. But over time, they begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.
Why did Marvel make a TV series? Is it easy to follow without watching the entire MCU? To help breakdown the series, we get some superhero assistance from SpreeNoel, a subject matter expert for all things Marvel. During our conversation, you'll also hear some 'super' input from some of the stars of the show: Elizabeth Olsen, Teyonah Parris, and Kat Dennings.
WandaVision is available now on Disney+. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast (available on 10 different platforms), our website, and you can follow SpreeNoel on Instagram.
Thanks for listening!
Episode 13: The Mauritanian Review
The Mauritanian follows the true story of a man who was imprisoned for his alleged involvement in the 9/11 terror attack, but never officially charged with a crime. Hear the good, the bad, a brief history refresher on the jagged track record of American choices, and insight from one of the film's stars, Jodie Foster. You can read the review and/or watch the film's trailer HERE
Episode 12: Come Away review
What happens when you combine Alice & Wonderland and Peter Pan? Find out in our review of "Come Away."
Episode 11: Going viral without the virus with Dr. Quentin J. Lee
In today's episode, our own Desmond McLennon shares his interview with Alabama principal Dr. Quentin J. Lee, after his dancing parody of M.C. Hammer's "Can't Touch This" went viral. Dr. Lee shares what motivated him to do the video, his reaction to how quickly it took off, and the importance of showing kids how to be cautious with coronavirus.
You can watch the viral video HERE
Episode 10: Discover A Whole New You With Dr. Ge
Work from home? Not a problem. We were fortunate to have Dr. Gertrise Thomas grace our presence with a phone interview recently and we have to say, we learned quite a bit. Dr. Thomas, or "Dr. Ge" for those that know her, is a naturopathic doctor. So what does that mean? Just that she focuses on botanical medicine, nutrition, and preventative care. She doesn't just treat symptoms, she wants to get to the root cause of those symptoms. That way, you can discover a whole new you!
Be sure to tune in and follow her on social media:
Episode 9: Getting Our Act Together with Brittney Level
In this episode, we had the opportunity to chat with actress/songstress Brittney Level. Brittney details how she started singing, how she got into acting, a major pivotal point in her acting career, and dishes out sound advice for the novice actor. She's no stranger to TV, having been featured on multiple channels and various movies for television. Recently, we saw her on Pride & Prejudice: Atlanta, The Bobby Brown Movie and The Resident which premiered a few weeks ago on Fox.
Her talents don't just stop with acting. The gifted songstress released a four-track EP this summer entitled Unbothered. You can find her music on iTunes and Spotify.
Our Editor-in-Chief had the responsibility of handling this interview as she's a good friend. Be sure to follow her on Instagram and stay tuned for her next EP and watch her on The Resident on Fox.
Solid interviews, and decent film reviews!
I like it. Nice fluid interviews, and some honest film reviews. The crew at Peach Review are definitely putting together a nice podcast! Keep it up guys!
After hearing the exciting interview on Charlie gilchrist” “riveting saga” im interested in hearing more of the exclusives
Discusses everything going on in Atlanta!
I’ve always enjoyed The Peach Review as a written resource, and I’m really excited to see them move to a podcast format. Now their enthusiasm and obvious passion for what they do can be heard, too! TPR does a wonderful job of describing great events and exhibits in Atlanta, and I think people feel more knowledgeable and included in the city’s culture after reading or listening to the reviews.