Dorking Out Episode 69: The Battle of the Sexes, Scares and Star Trek: Discovery Edition

Hey there, dorks. In this week’s episode, we offer a few recommendations for horror movies to watch during the scariest month of the year. We are joined by Anthony C. Ferrante, director of “Boo,” “Headless Horseman” and the “Sharknado” movies, Ryan Mitchelle, director of “Jesus, Bro!” and Peter Brown, associate editor of Assignment X.

We each picked a horror movie favorite, and most of the movies were released between 1982-1983. Only one of us picked a movie outside of those years. You’ll never guess who it was.

In our second segment, Chris and Sonia review “Battle Of The Sexes,” starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell.

And finally, Chris and our “Star Trek” experts Jeff Bond and Alexandra August talk about Sunday night’s episode of “Star Trek: Discovery” titled “Choose Your Pain.”

We hope you enjoy our dorky podcast. You can listen to us here, or you can find us on iTunes and Stitcher.

Dorking Out Episode 24: The Gilmore Girls Visit Westworld Edition

Hey there, dorks. In this week’s episode we review the return of “Gilmore Girls” on Netflix. Sonia was a big fan of the show, and Chris has never watched the show. It’s an interesting conversation to say the least.


Peter Brown, associate editor of Assignment X, stops by to help us sort out our feelings about the season finale of “Westworld.” 

And finally, we try to get into a festive mood and share our favorite holiday movies. 

All of that, plus our favorite headlines of the week.

We hope you enjoy our dorky podcast. You can listen to us here, or you can find us on iTunes, Stitcher and YouTube.

Dorking Out Episode X3: The ‘Can’t We All Just Get Along’ Edition

Hey there, dorks. This week’s Dorking Out has a heavy heart after the tragedy in Orlando, but instead of postponing the show, we decided it was important to talk about it.

We chat about how we process tragic events like this, which sadly seem to be happening more often. We also share our list of comfort movies and TV shows — the things we like to watch when we need a little escapism. Think of our list as the entertainment version of a big bowl of tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich.


We also introduce our segment, “Why Should I Listen To You,” in which we share our favorite movies and TV shows. This week, we each pick one of our top TV shows. Smith goes with “Cheers,” and Sonia picks the police drama, “Homicide: Life On The Street.

But wait. There’s more. We also run down a few quick headlines, including the rumor that “The Shield” may return to FX, a movie reboot of “Battlestar Galactica and more.

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We hope you enjoy our dorky, little podcast. You can listen to it here, or you can find us on iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.


Dorking Out on Old Movies, New Beer

In preparation for our soon-to-be released podcast, Chris crashes my other podcast, “Old Movies, New Beer,” to drink Allagash White and talk about “Snow White.”

Chris and my husband/co-host David Tracy get into the history of Disney’s first-ever feature-length animated film, which turns into a fun discussion about all things Disney, including our favorite Disney movies, Disney princesses and Disneyland, in general.

It’s really fun, and I think our favorite movies might surprise you. Take a listen, won’t you?