Podcasts

Mini Crush #5: Chuck and Emilie Post-Oscars Spectacular

The post-Oscars spectacular awaits you! Join Chuck, Emilie, and their pal Scottie as they recap Oscar night, from wins and losses to speeches and garb. And also wine.

Dana Gould on Planet of the Apes

This week Chuck finds himself in conversation with writer/comedian/director Dana Gould. Aside from talking some Simpsons, they go deep into the 60s sci-fi classic Planet of the Apes.

Mini-Crush #4: Chuck and Emilie Pre-Oscars Spectacular

The long awaited Chuck and Emilie pre-Oscars spectacular is here! Listen in for a peek behind the marital curtain as they discuss the nominations over some nice wine.

Joe Randazzo on RoboCop

For the second straight week, Chuck sits down with one of his good friends to crush out. Writer Joe Randazzo chatted it up in the LA studio about the wonderful 80s camp classic, RoboCop.

Mini Crush #3

Crush out this week with Chuck and Noel - Mini Crush #3 is waiting for your ear holes.

Ben Acker on Miller's Crossing

One of Chuck's best industry pals is writer Ben Acker, the man behind Thrilling Adventure Hour and some of your favorite Marvel Comics. Ben and Chuck had a nice, long talk about their shared movie crush, Miller's Crossing. The only reason they quit talking is because they wanted to go get dinner.

Mini Crush #2

This week on Mini-Crush #2, Chuck and Noel discuss all things movies, TV and beards.

Live From SF Sketchfest: Tony Hale on Punch-Drunk Love

Chuck's first LIVE Movie Crush was in January at SF Sketchfest. He sat onstage in front of some die-hard movie fans to talk to Veep's Tony Hale about his movie crush, P.T. Anderson's Punch-Drunk Love.

Mini Crush #1

This week Chuck debuts his first Mini Crush episode. Today, and every Monday, he and producer Noel will be going over Facebook polls and questions, movie and TV recommendations and other fun segments. Like the Facebook page to take part in these interactive short episodes.

Dave Willis on Bottle Rocket

Dave Willis is the mind and voice behind some of animation's most hysterical and twisted shows, like Squidbillies and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. This week Chuck has a great conversation with Dave about Wes Anderson and his first movie, Bottle Rocket.