Alex Falcone is a comedian, writer and host of Read it and Weep.
If you're in the mood for some intergalactic colonialism, then you're going to love Stargate. Just make sure you cover your tummy! Thanks to Shannon for sponsoring this wild ride! Recommendations Anthony wants you to look at the makeup for Colin Ferrell as Penguin. Phoebe thinks you should RSVP to the film Muriel's Wedding Alex liked Cabin in the Woods and will not tell you anything about the movie. Anthony and Phoebe suggest watching The Sixth Sense even though you already know the ending. Next up Getting spooky with the Italian horror film Suspiria (1977)
Happy #TheRocktober, everybody. Ezra's back to chat about the sequel to the Jumanji sequel. Oops, we're all Jumanji-ed again! Recommendations Ez recommends Zathura: Space Jumanji Hunter likes The Exorcist as a movie Alex went to Stranger Things: The Parking Garage Haunted House Which Arbitrary Cinematic Universe Would You Prefer? Marmaduke / Lost / The Daily podcast Chuck E Cheese / Great British Bake-off / Law & Order Back to the Future / Can't Hardly Wait / The Muppets Next up Stargate (1994)
Amandable is back to help set the record straight about Emily Dickenson in this hilariously low-budget revisionist comedy. They can't afford a real cat but they've got the real story. Recommendations Hunter still likes the game Disco Elysium Amanda likes Star Trek: TNG (but it's better if you start in the third season or you're 10). Alex loves the commercial-turned-sitcom Ted Lasso on Apple TV. Anthony suggests getting a kitten: Next up Jumanji: The Next Level (2019)
Another new guest Dalia Malek brought us the first movie she ever saw, the Don Bluth animated film about smart and sometimes magical rats. Alex doesn't like it and bullying ensues. Recommendations Hunter likes the game Disco Elysium Anthony finds The Great Pottery Throw Down to be soothing Dalia thinks Pen15 is cringe but great Alex needs you to watch live streams of Fat Bear Week Listener Hannah recommends the book "Anxious People" by Fredrik Backman about a Swedish bank robbery. Listener Alethea recommends this interview with Jon Ronson and the guy who wrote Rebecca Black's "Friday." Next up Wild Nights with Emily (2018). Currently streaming on Hulu.
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Location
Portland, OR, USA
Episode Count
316
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
2 weeks, 13 hours
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