Ms. Marvel

The hugely popular Kamala Khan makes her appearance in the MCU in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel. Join our panel of experts+enthusiasts each week as we break down and review every episode!


Marvel Standom:
Moon Knight

The Marvel Standom gang are back from hiatus and ready to talk about all things Moon Knight! What was really going on in episode 1? What were some of the easter eggs you might have missed? Was Oscar Isaac’s accent really that bad? Is Steven Grant annoying, or is that just all English people? And in a twist truly worthy of the new MCU show, we discover that Alec is about to hate Moon Knight more than the entire internet put together.

Marvel Standom:
A Trilogy of Trailers

May has been a Marvel Phase 4 trailer-o-rama, and the Standom crew is getting tentatively excited for a summer of good MCU vibes ahead with Thor: Love and Thunder, She-Hulk, and Ms. Marvel on the horizon. Having seen a couple of the Ms. Marvel screeners, they’re also able to offer their social reactions to the upcoming Disney+ show!

DC Standom:
Batman ’89

Mike speaks with Sam Hamm and Joe Quinones, the creative team behind DC’s Batman ’89, the comic that expands the world of Tim Burton’s classic Bat-films and finally shows us what Two-Face and Robin would have looked like in those movies. Hamm was also the writer of the first Batman movie, and reveals new details and secrets from that project’s early days!

Talking Strange:
UFO/UAP Congressional Hearing

On May 17, Congress held the first open panel on UFO/UAP phenomenon in more than 50 years, but what did the public learn? There were some surprising revelations about viewing UFOs at adversaries, and non-answers that said a lot. It was historic, but was it a “nothing burger”? To discuss the highlights, the low points, and frustrations, host Aaron Sagers leads a panel of UFO researchers Ben Hansen (host, UFO Witness; former federal agent), Ryan Sprague (author/host, Somewhere in the Skies), and Alejandro Rojas (journalist) Lee Speigel (Edge of Reality Radio), Chrissy Newton (The Debrief).

Talking Strange:
Mystery Science Theater 3000

Originally airing from 1988-1999, Mystery Science Theater 3000 became one of the most beloved cult TV shows. In 2015, thanks to a record-breaking kickstarter campaign by the fans of the show, it was revived in 2017 on Netflix with brand new episodes and seasons. After another successful kickstarter campaign in 2021, MST3K is back! In the latest episode of the paranormal pop culture show Talking Strange, host Aaron Sagers chats with the Emily Marsh and Jonah Ray Rodrigues from the new season.

Talking Strange:
Ariel Phenomenon

In the new documentary Ariel Phenomenon, director Randall Nickerson tells the story of a mass UFO sighting and supposed alien encounter in Zimbabwe. In 1994, at least 60 students at the Ariel School in Harare witnessed a strange craft land nearby, and observed figures with grey skin, and large, black eyes. The experience lasted about 10-15 minutes, but stayed with them to this day. Nickerson joined Talking Strange host Aaron Sagers to discuss his nearly 20 year journey making the film, his interviews with the now-grown eyewitnesses, and shares shocking behind-the-scenes details, including about his own alien experiences.

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Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jamie Lee Curtis, Daniel Scheinert, and Dan Kwan take us on a rollercoaster ride into the multiverse! The talent behind ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ talks about the chaos and spectacle the movie is, what it was like having fun with the multiverse concept, and how the actors worked to make each character in the multiverse different.
We got a chance to talk to the talent behind Amazon Prime’s The Boys as they prepare to launch the third season of the show. Eric Kripke, Karl Urban, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Karen Fukuhara, Jessie T. Usher, and Jensen Ackles talk about the bloodiest and most intense season so far, where the characters are at right now, and the Soldier Boy coming to life. The Boys Season 3 premieres June 3rd on Prime Video.

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