We've enlisted the help of fellow That's Not Canon podcasters Jane and Kristen for our discussion of everyone's favorite teenage witch. We dive into portrayals of witches on page and screen, witches and witchcraft throughout history, including the infamous Salem Witch Trials, and figure out which Sabrina character we each identify with. Get more bonus... Continue Reading →
Welcome to Season Two! We are starting the season off with a bang and talking about everyone's favorite professor, Indiana Jones, joined by Rhonda's brother and longtime Indy fan Keith! We look into the film franchise's roots in adventure serials from the 1930s, dabble in the history of archaeology, and discuss what the Nazis were... Continue Reading →
Check out what we have in store for the next season of Pop DNA, plus a couple other exciting announcements! Support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month! Learn more and register for NerdFaire Con 2020!
It's our last LIT(erature) Summer episode and the end of Season One! We're looking at the original 18th Century French fairy tale Beauty and the Beast and trying (unsuccessfully) to not reference Disney. We delve into other Beast and Beauty tales and the lasting impact of the story on literature, film, and culture. Support the... Continue Reading →
For our very first live show and second installment of LIT(erature) Summer, we explore the lasting cultural influence of William Shakespeare's Hamlet, from The Lion King, to Star Wars, to Jordan Peele's Us, and more! We also delve a little into Shakespeare's life, Hamlet's major themes, and how much Erin loves the play and Rhonda hates it.... Continue Reading →
We are going full-on Hallmark Channel in this Christmas movie Geek Out episode! We look into what makes a movie a Christmas movie, what we consider the "classics," and which ones you should never watch, plus we write our own movie to pitch to Hallmark. God Bless us Everyone! (Don't forget about our live... Continue Reading →
Welcome to LIT(erature) Summer! This is the first installment of our three-episode summer series looking at the lasting cultural impact of classic literature works. Jane Austen's most famous novel has influenced modern pop culture in a myriad of ways, from its many popular film, TV, and other media adaptations, to current popular fiction, to... Continue Reading →
Totally spontaneous commentary track in anticipation of our first LIT(erature) Summer episode, Pride & Prejudice. We know you want to hear all our P&P thoughts, from the gorgeous score, to all the men's sideburns, to the strangely high number of hams, to Keira Knightley's perfect fringe. Stream the movie here or buy the DVD here.
Learn about our upcoming Live Show, our Summer Special Edition Series, and More! Our live Hamlet episode will be at King's Books in Tacoma on Saturday, July 20th at 7 p.m. Admission is free, and we encourage listeners to come early to do some shopping before the show! We've remastered our Wonder Woman episode! Check... Continue Reading →