A weekly podcast from Chris Mancini (formerly of Comedy Film Nerds) where he interviews comedians, entertainment pros and other special guests and discusses what they are watching. Movies, TV Series both new and old. Mainstream and hidden gems. Good and... not so good. If it's on a screen, someone's watching it.
Ep 14: CJ Johnson
Film Critic and Podcaster CJ Johnson joins Chris to talk about some of their favorite and not so favorite films of the year including The Climb, Never, Really, Sometimes, Always, The Midnight Sky, The Trouble With Being Born, Let Him Go, The Assistant, and Bombshell. Plus more Soul and Tenet talk. Moviepalooza!
EP 13: Tom Merritt
Daily Tech News Show and Cork Killers Podcast Host joins Chris to discuss streaming technology, The Prom, Uncanny Encounter, The Call, The Animaniacs reboot, Mank, and The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart? How, indeed.
Ep 12: Jackie Kashian
Comedian and Podcaster Jackie Kashian joins Chris to discuss Soul, Wonder Woman 84, and does an unexpectedly deep dive into Bridgerton and Romance Novels. Note: Some Spoilers.
Ep 11: Laura House
First ep of 2021! Laura House joins Chris to discuss detoxing from Christmas Movies, Die Hard, Fargo, The Dead Don't Die, The Last Picture Show, and why there aren't screens in European windows.
Ep 10: Graham Elwood
On the 1 year anniversary of ending Comedy Film Nerds comedian and filmmaker Graham Elwood joins Chris to discuss the future of the movie going experience, The Undoing, The Social Dilemma, The Flight Attendant, a little more Mandalorian, and The New Mutants.
Ep 9: Jeff Gomez
Writer and Transmedia Producer Jeff Gomez joins Chris to talk in depth about Ultraman, translating comics to the big and small screens, and they discuss The Boys, Doom Patrol, Watchmen, The Umbrella Academy, Harley Quinn, and DC and Marvel continuity, including where Ultraman may fit in.
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Chris Mancini is the best, esp about tv
Fun Times & Good Criticism
Great to see Chris Mancini with his own podcast again! This podcast is a show in itself & also keeps me current on series & movies worth watching.