With the days and nights in Super City starting to blur together Angus and Sal (Matthew Whalley, Quest Friends Forever) have the hero formally known as PM (Josh Mayo) on to see if he can patch things up with his brother and restore the city to a normal rhythm.
If a short film about a tugboat named Little Toot isn’t enough to warm your heart, well, the rest of this movie ain’t gonna do it either. This week the Dummies take on Melody Time, the film brave enough to take on Johnny Appleseed, Flight of the Bumblebee, and even Donald Duck.
Are you a fan of the Resident Evil games and awesome movies!? If you answered ‘Yes’ to either, this might not be franchise for you. Taylor and Steph are locked-and-loaded to make their way through Paul W. S. Anderson’s horror/sci-fi/action FILMS! Grab some popcorn for the nu-metal nightmare that is Resident Evil (2002) and throw out the continuity for the series conclusion Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016). Find out how things went so off the rails for Alice, the Umbrella Corps. and the fans(?) of this series.
They’re no Ed and Lorraine Warren, but hosts Stephanie and Taylor investigate The Conjuring Universe to see what makes it so successful. The Conjuring (2013) pioneered one of the most elaborate and well-received horror franchises of all time, filled with sequels, prequels, spinoffs and tie-ins. Discover how the stories of the Warrens, Annabelle, Valak and others twist, turn and overlap to build a fully realized cinematic universe. From a ghost-witch terrorizing the Perrons to haunted board games and typewriter in Annabelle Comes Home (2019), this episode has it all.
Nicolas Cage telling the future by looking at numbers. What more do you need in a movie!?
On this week’s episode of Talkin’ Tuong, join Tuong and Nicolas Cage’s #1 Fan Katy Warren as they uncover an absurd plot filled with aliens, time capsules, and absolute nonsense in 2009’s Knowing (streaming on Prime Video).
On their inaugural horror movie journey, hosts Taylor Fleming and Stephanie Ridgeway travel to rural Texas to see what Leatherface and the Sawyer family have been up to. From the terror, grit and almost documentary feel of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) to an unnecessarily confusing and derivative origin story with Leatherface (2017). How does Leatherface transform from chainsaw-wielding icon to the pretty young teen love interest? Tune in and find out how we got here.
Pouring one out for all the movie deaths on the big screen.
Death scenes in movies can be one of the most effective ways to keep the spirit of the film alive after it ends. A good movie death can range from gruesome, to heartbreakingly sad, to downright hilarious. Either way, when done right, it can make the audience elicit an emotion that connects ourselves to the movie and it’s characters for years to come. Join Tuong La and That’s How I Remember It/Sonar Network’s Michael Mongiardi, John Richardson, and Raul Delgado as they relive the most memorable demises in cinema and rank Top 5 Iconic Death Scenes in Movies.
Strike First, Strike Hard, No Mercy.
This week on Talkin’ Tuong, join Tuong and Sensei James Beattie as they witness a beloved 80’s movie property from their youth Crane-Kick it’s way back into pop-culture relevancy and give their non-spoiler thoughts of the first two seasons of Cobra Kai!
Sal (Matthew Whalley, Quest Friends Forever) uses his newfound wealth to live a life of decadence and takes Angus out for a night on the town.
Ever heard of Bongo the bear? We’ll be honest: there’s a good reason you haven’t! Tune in to hear the Dummies’ take on Fun and Fancy Free, the fourth Disney package film that follows the story of a forgettable bear with an unforgettable climb up a beanstalk with our best pals Mickey, Goofy, and of course, Donald.