Pop That Culture

A TV, Film and Entertainment podcast
 1 person rated this podcast

Episodes of Pop That Culture

Mark All
Search Episodes...
This time around we spoke about one of our favourite shows: LOST! The series that had everyone talking circa 2004 - 2010 made headlines again recently when co-creator Damon Lindelof spoke about some of the original plans for how it would end.  Cue a trip down the hatch as we revisited a show with one of the most polarising endings of all time! We knew we'd have to go back to the island one day... https://linktr.ee/PopThatCulturePodcast 
In this week's show we reflected upon the loss of Chadwick Boseman, who tragically passed away this past week, aged 43.  Respectfully following on from this we talked about all that major news coming out of DC Fandome. The long talked about Schrodinger's film: the Justice League Snyder Cut, as well as The Batman, Wonder Woman 1964, The Suicide Squad, and the upcoming video games Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice LeagueAre DC getting their act together? Hit play and find out! https://linktr.ee/popthatculturepodcast
Mind the gap! It's been a while but we're back again!https://linktr.ee/popthatculturepodcastThis week we talked the big news on Netflix's adaption of Avatar: The Last Airbender! But everything changed when the Netflix Nation attacked...Also! We talk DC Comic's layoffs and what will be a virtual New York Comic Con! 
We looked at one of the newest offerings from Disney+! Young adult adaptation? Check. Oscar, BAFTA, and Golden Globe nominated cast? Check. Originally a theatrical release from the most successful movie studio of the moment? Check!!! This should be great right?Well join us as we delve into the story of Artemis Fowl; boy genius and criminal mastermind! As he jumps into the world of Fairies, Trolls, and magic, to rescue his father. Starring Colin Farrell, Judy Dench, Josh Gad, and introducing Ferdia Shaw & Lara Mcdonnell!Pull up a chair and we'll tell you what we think!
This week we discuss yet more allegations of sexual misconduct happening in the world of comic books and movies. We also discuss the news of Michael Keaton's (!) role in the upcoming Flashpoint movie (somehow still) starring Ezra Miller.
And that's a WRAP! The final season of 13 Reasons Why landed on Netflix and we take our time slowly dissecting the final act. Caution! This one gets painful... 
No time to sit through a 30+min review? We got you covered in our new segments with a twist! We have 4 minutes to review the film and not a moment to spare! Up this week we have 'Code 8' reviewed by Nash and 'What Happened To Monday' by Mr!We have 4 minutes each. The clock starts...NOW! 
In our second outing of WE AIN'T SEEN, we take on Star Wars episode 2 Attack Of The Clones. Having not gotten off to a good start with Phantom Menace will this second installment fair any better?
With the huge news that the Snyder Cut is finally being released in 2021 on HBO MAX, this was the perfect opportunity to discuss the not only what this means to us but also revisit the original 'Justice League' release as seen from fresh eyes.We also discussed the latest DC news - with Henry Cavill back to don the cape as Superman once more, and Ruby Rose moving on from Batwoman!
This week we took time to take a step back and reflect upon what has dominated the news, namely the murder of George Floyd by local law enforcement, the ongoing violence and systemic racism towards the Black Community, and the responses to this. In keeping with our more regular themes, we spoke about what we have been doing to keep ourselves busy during quarantine. Christopher Nolan's Tenet and the final season of Attack On Titan are this weeks trailers up for discussion. As well as discussing the new Unreal Engine footage and once again, New Mutants!!
As part of our throwback movie reviews, we take a look at one that has become a bit of a favourite for some of us at Pop That Culture: Sky High! This was Disney's 2005 foray into the family superhero game; it has a solid cast, and some favourable critical reception - but how does this hold up today? Is this something that people have overlooked? Have we unearthed a future cult classic?Have a listen to find out what we think, and let us know what you do too!
This is the first in a segment we like to call WE AIN'T SEEN where we look back at the most iconic franchises and stand alone movies that somehow eluded us. This week we begin right at the summit of nerd pop culture with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
Another week gone and more news to digest. We take a look at what has everyone scratching their heads involving Universal Pictures and AMC Theaters. Once again the lack of original ideas just keep on coming, Hercules Live Action and Goosebumps Reboot, sigh!
A review of Netflix's latest offering in the form of "Extraction" starring Chris Hemsworth as bad-ass ex-special forces turned mercenary for hire Tyler Rake. We also create our own unique movie ranking system.
A weekly news update on movies. Again there have been cancellations and delays of highly anticipated movies due to COVID-19. We take a look at the DCEU and venom. On much lighter news, it looks like a Hunger Games prequel is in the works, both in print and on the big screen.
A weekly update on popular culture. We take a look at what we have been doing to keep ourselves busy during quarantine. We cover topics such as Justice league dark getting a live action series on HBO Max, Saved by the bell's return, and we get into Comic Con getting cancelled.
A casual discussion on popular culture. We take a look at what we have been doing to keep ourselves busy during quarantine. We cover topics such as the game Detroit, young adult book adaptations and the MCU's reshuffle!
Tiger King continues to give and give, we take a look at the the most standout moments in the series and how we felt about certain key characters.
Due to the corona-virus situation many studios have had to push back many of their releases and Marvel is no exception. Having pushed back the release of Black Widow Marvel has now had to move around its entire phase four slate.
Is the young adult genre completely dead or is it the perfect time for a second coming. With the foundations laid down by Harry Potter, we take a look at those franchises that came after.
A weekly update on popular culture. We take a look at what we have been doing to keep ourselves busy during quarantine. We cover topics such as Ezra Millers violent tendencies, Sophie Turner, and we take a look at the game Detroit: Become Human - particularly the character Kara's journey.
A casual discussion on popular culture. We take a look at what we have been doing to keep ourselves busy during quarantine. We cover topics such as the game Detroit and Heavy Rain. We go into all the shows and movies we have been watching including the popular Tiger King and the new streaming service Disney Plus.
Rate Podcast

Share This Podcast

Recommendation sent



Join Podchaser to...

  • Rate podcasts and episodes
  • Follow podcasts and creators
  • Create podcast and episode lists
  • & much more

Podcast Details

Created by
Nash, Baby A, Mr.
Podcast Status
Mar 16th, 2020
Latest Episode
Oct 1st, 2020
Release Period
3 per week
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

Podcast Tags

Do you host or manage this podcast?
Claim and edit this page to your liking.
Are we missing an episode or update?
Use this to check the RSS feed immediately.