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A weekly TV and Film podcast featuring Hannah Leach and Audrey Leach
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The hills ARE, in fact, very alive! We’re starting season seven strong with Audrey’s favorite movie of all time: “The Sound of Music!” Starring the one and only dame Julie Andrews, Audrey shares her “crying while viewing” tally and much much mo
From its historic 2002 Oscar win to its current status as an only slightly-outdated meme, it’s undeniable: Shrek is love, Shrek is life. This one might be even better than we remember… really-really.  Watch the video version of this episode her
A Hollywood blockbuster quite guilty of unforgivable Jack Black erasure, “The Holiday” is a classic of the genre for some, a never-ending corny slog for others. Where do we land? Let’s find out! Watch the video version of this episode here! Joi
A true brain-melter, 2001’s Barbie in The Nutcracker was a straight-to-home-video classic (orrrr extended commercial, depending on who you ask). Does Tim Curry as the Rat King save this movie from itself? Let’s find out.  Watch the video versio
It’s hard to believe that our deepest episode yet (and our 100th!) is inspired by source text written in 1868, and yet… it’s here, with radiant Winona Ryder, ample Christmas cheer, and under-discussed transgender history included. Watch the vid
Samantha Parkington, an arguably overzealous ally to the working class of early 1900s America, is here to denounce child labor (in an outfit that costs 4x their monthly pay). But is that fun to watch? Let’s see.  Watch the video version of this
An infamously doomed star vehicle for one Miss Mariah Carey, “Glitter,” released on literal 9/11, was swiftly swept under the rug by audiences, critics, and its very own creative team. But is it so bad it’s good? Let’s find out alongside bestie
1937’s “The one that started it all” has it all— singing animals, cinematic and artistic history, and… very unsettling undertones about death and heaven? Obsessed three-year-old Hannah would never have put that together, but we’re doing it now,
“This is the last time to get it right” as we round out our non-chronological trio of High School Musical episodes. Featuring unlikely scholarships, a nightmarish metamusical, and a fair share of Vanessa Hudgens giggles, HSM ends on a memorable
Perhaps the truest example of art that formed our shared unconscious, “The 10th Kingdom” is a fantasy mini-series that aired on NBC in 2000 (and approximately a thousand times in our childhood minivan). Star Scott Cohen (Gilmore Girls, Kissing
An icon of non-monogamous representation, John Tucker is the guy every straight girl yearns to date… despite the fact that he seems concretely gay? Not a lot makes sense in this 2006 classic, buuuut does that mean it isn’t worth watching? We ge
Happy Halloween, our little ghosts and ghouls!! We’re indulging our sweet tooth in a classic this week— from relishing Grandma Debbie Reynolds to projecting queer allegories onto yet another DCOM, you’re in for a seasonal treat.  Watch the vide
As the most beloved (and most lucrative) cinematic inside joke of the horror genre, “Scream” set the bar for a generation of scary movie fans. Who could forget Drew Barrymore and her blunt bang? Not us, and certainly not our horror resident afi
After years in the making, we’re SO EXCITED to share that our documentary “Full Out: Inside Ohio Show Choir” is finally available for streaming! You all are going to LOVE IT and we can’t wait to hear what you think!  Watch the trailer here! Wat
As the sole piece of Tia and Tamera Mowry representation for many of generation Z, “Twitches” dares to evoke a world where you’re actually royal in a dystopian fantasy universe… that looks like hell, in a bad way. Watch the video version of thi
Coming to you live from our family vacation, the cousins are reunited to tackle the first film of generation’s most influential franchise (yes, we said it), Harry Potter. The Sorting Hat quiz is taken for the first time, we reenact Potter Puppe
A massive family utterly derailed by one man’s dedication to football, “Cheaper by the Dozen” is a fever dream including a ton of white children, a barely-there yet somehow glamorous Hilary Duff, and a lot of unmitigated parental horniness.  Wa
Pull out your tiny jorts and your bottles of hard liquor, because this week John Goodman is your daddy. We journey into the rowdy world of this unique (?) dive bar and its bland new barmaid.  Watch the video version of this episode here! Join o
In celebration of two years of the pod, we’ve put together a spicy little variety show for all of you— singing, scene reenactments, and even trivia await (among other fun and thrilling segments) in our very special anniversary episode!  Watch t
Can The Trunchbull be rehabilitated? Do dense chocolate cakes make your stomach squirm on sight? Have you lived with a lifelong stigma against TV dinners, are you really one of us? Save your “Miss Honey was my gay awakening” commentary for your
Oh, to be a GBF in 2013… a deeply unsavory task, according to this movie. Unsurprisingly, Hannah and Audrey both had beloved GBFs in high school, and this week we’re bringing them in to talk all things coming out, their high school lives, and a
Exploiting a seemingly toxic “friendship” that supported a multi-million dollar media empire, “Princess Protection Program” brought together two icons of the late 2000s Disney Channel era. Is it even a good movie though? You probably know the a
We’re soaring, flying, and fully confessing to the impact of Corbin Bleu’s armpits on our developing psyches— joined by the co-hosts of our favorite podcast (!!!), Joe Hegyes and Andrew Muscarella of Good Children! Watch the video version of th
In this Christian-flavored coming-of-age story, Terri (Hilary Duff) has a voice that guarantees a highly successful life in the musical spotlight… or at least we’re supposed to believe that. Trauma from a 3 Days Grace concert, ambient sax solos
Introducing an entire generation to the Rocky Horror Picture Show and the romanticization of their own suffering, “Perks” shows us that you can be hot, intelligent, and interesting and somehow still live on “the island of misfit toys.” A hugely
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