Hey there, dorks. Sonia and her better half, David Tracy, co-host of Sonia’s other podcast, Old Movies, New Beer, talk about anime in this episode, specifically “Paprika” (2006) and “Your Name” (2016).
Hey there, dorks. While Smith is away, the cohost will play. It’s all beer and baseball this week! Sonia’s better half David Tracy, co-host of Sonia’s other podcast, Old Movies, New Beer, steps into the batter’s box to talk about baseball movies, specifically 1989’s “Major League” and “Field Of Dreams.” Strangely, David had managed not to see either of these classics until last week, so this will be fun.
Hey there, dorks. We talk about “Avengers: Infinity War” and the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Sonia’s better half, David Tracy. Plus, a BIG announcement about the state of the Dorking Out podcast.
Hey there, dorks! It’s time for our Summer Movie Preview episode. We share five movies each that we’re really looking forward to this summer, including “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” “The Avengers: Infinity War,” “Life Of The Party,” “Tully,” “The Incredibles 2” and more.
Oh, and, we chat about “Wild Wild Country” on Netflix! And if you don’t like it, well …
Hey there, dorks. We talk about “A Quiet Place.” Directed by John Krasinski, this horror movie is about a family living in silence while they hide from some creepy aliens that hunt people using sound. Pretty good idea, huh? Written by Krasinski, Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the movie stars Krasinski’s real-life wife Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe.
Hey there, dorks. We have a jam-packed episode, because we have a lot to talk about. We talk about the latest trailer for “Han Solo,” the New Yorker article by Molly Ringwald, “The Problem with Apu” vs. “The Simpsons” and what we like to watch, read or listen to while we’re on airplanes. You can see why we called this the “Random Dorking Edition.”
Hey there, dorks. BFF of the show Peter Brown, associate editor of Assignment X, joins us to talk about 1984’s “Sixteen Candles.” Written and directed by John Hughes and starring Molly Ringwald and Anthony Michael Hall, this movie was a teen movie staple back in the day. We talk about it with our nostalgia glasses on and off. It’s an interesting discussion about what was acceptable then and now.
Hey there, dorks. Chris Taylor, author of “How Stars Wars Conquered the Universe” joins us to talk about the current state of fandom. It’s a golden age for nerds! We discuss where fandom started, how it is evolving and where it is headed.