To celebrate the most stressfully romantic holiday, we are running through our top 10 Romantic Comedies! How much overlap is there? Will we miss your favorite? Let us know!
We kick off this week regrouping on Velvet Buzzsaw, Glass, and long lost soulmates. Which pivots us seamlessly to a pretty long lost piece of television history, when Adam Pally and Ben Schwartz hosted one episode of the Late Late Show. If you are familiar with this beautiful train-wreck, jump aboard, it is a bumpy ride.
We get together on Oscar Nomination Day to run through all of our opinions. Who is in that shouldn’t be? What do these categories even mean? Does Bohemian Rhapsody deserve any of this hype? No! But the rest you will need to listen to find out.
With the return of True Detective, as well as Nor powering through The Sopranos, we talk all about HBO shows! That is, after catching up on our weeks, including Middleditch and Schwartz in Austin.
We are kicking off this week with Golden Globe discussions. Nor runs through fashion, Meg has an existential crisis over the relative insignificance of the Globes in general, it’s a great time all around. Lastly, we finish up by discussing Barry Jenkins’ beautiful follow up to Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk!
To kick off the new year, we sit down to discuss 2019 upcoming tv shows, movies, and to workshop some resolutions.
To wrap up 2018, we discuss our “Favourite” movies of the year. Counting down from 10, listen for your favorites and let us know what you think on Twitter @OnThe_Download!
Part one of our Christmas Series has us discussing Laur Nor’s favorite Yuletide classic, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Other topics include: Vox Lux, Kanye’s twitter, an oyster named Shellamet, and the possibility of having restraining orders filed against us.
We woke up early to discuss the Golden Globes nominations, braving wintery elements, and... punk Cruella de Vil? Lastly for our main discussion, we kick it old school with Kendall Goldberg’s retro new film, When Jeff Tried to Save the World!
After catching up on Amanda Bynes and other stars of the past (Shane West???), we get down to business on the new film by Steve McQueen and Gillian Flynn, Widows! On that note, this is now a Daniel Kaluuya fancast.
One iconic duo (Nor and Meg) is finally back after the holiday to discuss another iconic duo, Celine and Jesse from the Before Trilogy. Topics include- Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, hair inspiration, Robyn, and Great British Bake Off.
So we have now both seen Bohemian Rhapsody and there are thoughts. Also, we have seen Burning, Venom, and some new TV. We talk about Elijah Wood (again). And lastly, we discuss Jim Cummings’ Thunder Road and end with way too much info regarding our own mental health.
As always, we catch up on our weeks, discuss Bohemian Rhapsody, Outlaw King, Thank u, Next, and so much more! The main discussion of the week is continuing our “Lady Bird’s Boyfriends” mini series, with Laur Nor’s reigning favorite sadboy, Lucas Hedges!
You guys are going to love this episode. I know this because I haven’t lied in 2 years. This week we are talking 90’s sitcoms, SXSW 2019, Suspiria, and our appreciation for the collective works of Timothée Chalamet.
Welcome to BurntCast, where Meg tries to shove her opinions about 2015’s culinary drama “Burnt” into every conversation. We discuss halloween parties, the new Halloween, and finally, Nor seeing Timothée Hal Chalamet in the flesh. Also she is Tumblr famous now.
We’re in person together this weekend! Same couch, same mic, same shit as always. And it’s a spooky episode, because we are talking John Carpenter’s Halloween! Are we goofier in person? You’ll have to listen to see!
Spoiler alert: We are.
We catch up (obviously) on movies we watched, the Riverdale premiere (well, Meg talks about this), and First Man. Laur Nor comes to term with our age gap, and I go deeply into the extended bit regarding my live in boyfriend, Skeet Ulrich.
We have finally seen A Star is Born! And yet we spend most of the podcast talking about other movies we have seen this week. We discuss Film Fest 919, Lucas Hedges, and finally, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s Oscar contender.
This week we’re talking Emmys! We are a week late but heavily opinionated. Also, Noriega is going to Marfa, Meg watched American Vandal, and we argue over A Star Is Born.
00:00 Intro/Catch Up
13:30 Emmy Talk
42:00 A Star Is Born and Closing
“Hello, again, friend of a friend, I knew you when.” This week its all Edgar all the time! We discuss the life and work of Edgar Wright, one of our favorite directors. We also reminisce on my Austin trip last year. It’s a grand old time.