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Episode 14: The 1st Annual PCF Thank Party

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We know it’s a couple of days past Thanksgiving, but we feel we’d be remiss if we didn’t express a little gratitude. So join us as we celebrate our 1st Annual PCF Thank Party, where we discuss some of the pop culture things we’ve been grateful for in the past year.

While you’re here, we’d like to express a boatload of gratitude to you, our listener. The three of us have had a ball putting on this podcast for the past few months, but it’s been incredibly gratifying to get feedback and comments from all of you. Thanks for being here with us, and thanks for listening. We hope you all had a great Thanksgiving!

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Episode 13: Justice League

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Hold the phone! Before you run out to see Justice League, join Courtenay, Shannon, Tana, and special guest Andrew from the Pop Pop Culture podcast as we discuss the comic book versions of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg. We also give our opinions of the new movie so you can (hopefully!) avoid having to go and see it yourself.

Bonus! We also take the following quiz to see which DC superhero we are. Follow along by taking the quiz here.

PS. We are super grateful to Andrew for coming on this week to fill in the gaps in our comic book knowledge. Be sure to give him and Pop Pop Culture a little love at any of the following links:

iTunes— Pop Pop Culture
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Twitter— @poppopculturepd
Gmail— poppopculturepod@gmail.com

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Episode 12: Murder on the Orient Express & Agatha Christie

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Join us this week as Courtenay, Shannon, and Tana review the new Murder on the Orient Express movie. We also talk a bit more about the OG OCD detective, Hercule Poirot, some of Agatha Christie’s other works, and the influence that this prolific writer has had on the murder mystery genre.

Also, if you liked the short Stranger Things preview we gave you on last week’s episode, check us out on this week’s episode of Pop Pop Culture! We sat down with host Andrew Stevens to talk recent pop culture news and give our thoughts on the latest season of Netflix’s hit show, Stranger Things. You can find the episode on iTunes and the Pop Pop Culture website. And if you like what you hear, please give Pop Pop Culture a little love on Facebook and Twitter.

Enjoy!

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Episode 11: V for Vendetta

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Some ideas are indeed bulletproof, including the idea that Alan Moore’s classic V for Vendetta deserves a podcast episode. Join Courtenay, Shannon, and Tana as we celebrate Guy Fawkes day with a discussion about the man, the mask, and the ideas they both represent. We see no reason this talk about “treason” should ever be forgot!

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Episode 10: Ah, Real Zombies!!!

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Sorry the episode is going up a little late this week! Someone (*cough* Courtenay *cough*) just couldn’t wait to watch the newest season of Stranger Things and consequently didn’t finish editing the episode in time for our typical Saturday release. To make it up to you, here’s a picture of Shannon recording this week’s episode on the evolution of zombies in cinema:

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Anyway, we hope you enjoy this episode, in which Courtenay, Shannon, and Tana discuss zombie movies through the years and how they reflect the cultural fears of their time.

Happy Halloween, everyone!

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Episode 8: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Join us as we begin our run-up to Halloween with this spooky episode about a classic piece of American folklore, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. We fill you in on the plot, talk about some of the most notable film adaptations, and discuss the cultural impact of this legendary story. Get it? “Legendary?”