We want to believe…that this is one of our best episodes yet! We are thrilled to have Tana back this week as we discuss a favorite show of nerds everywhere: The X Files. Tana guides us through five different episodes and fills us in on everything you need to know about Mulder, Scully, and the gang. The truth is out there!
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!
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 Thingsand 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:
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.
Like most of the world, we can’t wait for Stranger Things season 2 to come out this Friday. But if you missed the boat on the first season and don’t think you can get caught up in time, we’ve got an episode for you. Join Courtenay, Shannon, and Tana as we go over the plot of season 1, discuss ’80s references from the show, and dive a little deeper into why this Netflix phenomenon resonates so strongly with its audience.
Follow along as Courtenay (unsuccessfully) attempts to convert Shannon and Tana into Doctor Who fans. Courtenay goes over the history of Doctor Who, breaks down various characters and baddies, and discusses the five “essential” episodes Courtenay asked Shannon and Tana to watch as homework. Geronimo!
This episode, we talk about one of Tana’s favorite topics: horror! Specifically, we discuss some of Stephen King’s most notable horror works, including It, Misery, and Carrie. Get the scoop on these notable pop culture touchstones here!