Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about two bizarre recent characters that have taken the Internet by storm - the Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty and the fan-created sexy female take on Bowser from Super Mario Bros., Bowsette.
As the name implies, September 19th is a day you are given free reign to talk like a buccaneer, sprinkling as many "Arrrs" and references to scurvy as you can into casual conversation. In 2007, we tracked down the creators of International Talk Like A Pirate Day
Paul McCartney revealed that he once masturbated with John Lennon. So Joel Murphy put together a thematically-appropriate soundtrack.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle remember the late, great Burt Reynolds. They take a look back at their favorite films of his and discuss why he never really got acclaim from his peers.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle take a bold stance and declare that Ted Danson is good at acting. They also discuss Lars recent trip to the Great White North, Fox News' bizarre attack on actor Geoffrey Owens for having a day job at Trader Joe's and PETA's
Before John Krasinski co-wrote/directed A Quiet Place and starred in Jack Ryan, he directed and starred in The Hollars; alongside Character Actress Margo Martindale. If you missed it then, hear audio from Krasinski and Martindale from the 2016 press junket we attended for The Hollars.
Joel reveals a trying "parenting moment" he recently had, they both share what they know about the DC Universe streaming network and they dissect a recent Uproxx list of all of the best pizza places by state.
To celebrate our 13th anniversary, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the content that appeared on the site the day we launched.
Joel Murphy and "The Lovely" Lars Periwinkle pay tribute to Aretha Franklin and Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart. Joel also explains how Taika Waititi ruined Deadpool 2, Lars describes what it's like to be a MoviePass subscriber these days and they both take a look back at Smash
This week, Joel Murphy has an in-depth chat with Dana James Jones about how his short film Star Wars: Revenge of the Incels was conceived, shot and released out into the world.