“It’s A Goddamn Zombie Tiger. That’s Crossing The Line.”

George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead (1978) is one of the most beloved and seminal zombie movies in cinema. When Zack Snyder remade it in 2004 it had a high bar to clear which it somehow successfully did, modernizing what a zombie film could be. Well after 15 years, Zack Snyder is taking another crack at the undead with a spiritual successor to these beloved films. So join Tuong and The Sonar Network’s Michael Mongiardi as they try to survive the onslaught of zombies (and Dave Bautista’s muscles) by talking about 2021’s Army of the Dead!

Oliver and Company dares to ask the existential question: why should I worry? Well, for starters, he’s a cat in a dog’s world, but lucky for Oliver those dogs are happy to have him join the crew – and maybe even help him find a home along the way. Sing along with the Dummies as they rock out to Disney’s earwormiest song so far, and learn what it takes to survive as a little cat in the big city.

They’re back! This week Cassie and Justin do some heavy investigative work into watching hours and hours of romantic comedies from their past to try and understand why we think the way we do about love. From Roman Holiday to When Harry met Sally and all your other favourites the Love Is team takes the guilt out of guilty pleasure. Will they find out what love is? Tune in and find out.

Punch Up is back for Victoria Day!! What starts as a normal day in the Simulacrum turns into an assignment from the QUEEN that makes for a few hectic hours……24 to be exact!

That’s right! The boys take on the Bauer and create a FULL SEASON of 24 in ONE EPISODE! 24 scenes featuring: TMNT, A hot dog vendor with interesting anatomy, Bart Simpson, THE PUS BOYS and that’s just the tip of this ol’ iceberg! Grab a popcorn and get Chloe to a computer….it’s gonna be a long day!

“If we’re kind and polite everything will be right.”

Children’s stories don’t always translate well to the big screen and when they do, sometimes it’s painfully clear they are made ‘just for kids’. It takes a special type of movie magic to make a film that is good for the entire family, and there is no better example than the movies we have for today’s episode of Talkin’ Tuong! This week join Tuong and Mother of Marmalade Sarah MacDonald as they do a double feature of the most lovable bear with a dapper red hat, and blue coat and see why these are the most well reviewed movies of all time – Paddington 1 & 2!

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TV Game shows have been around for a very long time. And while the history of this format has been around forever, the appeal of them has always been the same – that everyday people could win a lot of money by being tested for their mental or physical abilities (or more times than not just dumb luck). So this week join Tuong La and What We Do in the Basement’s Jesse Bergen, Natashia Durand, and Thomas Proles as they they land on the Daily Double and give the final answer of “what is Top 5 TV Game Shows?”.

“I don’t ever say a final goodbye. I always just say, I’ll see you down the road and I do”.

Last year was a weird year for movies. Not a lot came out but also not a lot of people were in the mood to watch any of the movies that were contenders for the typical movie award season this year. Well we are in the mood today! So join Tuong and the Dungeon Master of our hearts Josef Addleman as they talk about wide vista shots of desserts, close-ups of Frances Mcdormand’s face, and the Oscar’s Best Picture – 2020’s Nomadland!

There’s no replacing Mickey Mouse, but if he ever needed a sick day, Basil – aka The Great Mouse Detective – would be up to the task. This charismatic rodent and his trusty sidekick Dawson (who he literally JUST met) are here to take on the evil Ratigan and save the day – and the Dummies are along for the hunt!