Pop and Schlock

A weekly podcast examining all manners of weird/funky pop culture. From comic books to bad movies and TV.

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Hosted by writer J. Goodson Dodd (Tumblr / Twitter) and Comic retail manager/cat lady Alva Coto (Tumblr / Twitter)

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Jake (@ReverendDodd), Alva (@NurseMcHurt), and Meredith (@MeredithNudo) sit down to discuss plans for the upcoming second year of the podcast but get sucked down pop culture rabbit holes and things go really awry when someone springs a natural gas leak.

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Higher Earth vol. 1

When the final frontier proves to be a desolate wasteland, mankind turns its sights toward exploring — and conquering — a different sort of territory: alternate Earths.

Both nursemchurt and @kneelbeforedodd are big proponents of Mr. Humphries’ work and heartily endorse buying everything he releases.

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if anyone asks what civil war is just show them this picture

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#ThatsIt #ThatsTheWholeSeries

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October is in full swing and if the memes on Tumblr have taught me anything that means that Halloween is right around the corner, so in the spirit of the spooky season we’ve got a monster-centric episode for you as Jake and his brother take a look at DRACULA UNTOLD, Universal’s latest attempt to revitalize their classic monsters by turning it into a superhero origin story for some reason somebody at the studio might have trouble explaining without using the word “money.”

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naruhodos:

is this the rise of the brave tangled frozen dragons

no actually it’s even better than that

this is a still from a 1990 television special entitled, “cartoon all-stars to the rescue,” which, literally, was absolutely nothing but half an hour of beloved children’s cartoon characters attempting to get that kid in the blue to stop smoking pot.

it opens with a brief clip of george h.w. bush and barbara bush sitting in the oval office, petting their dog. the president of the united states looks into the camera and says, “some of your favourite cartoon characters will help you understand how drugs and alcohol can ruin your life.”

and that brief clip alone would be worth the price of admission but then we get into the actual story, which begins with a teenage boy smashing his kid sister’s piggy bank to buy pot. while alvin and the chipmunks look on in abject terror. and winnie the pooh exclaims, “oh my!” and then the kid runs off to buy pot in an alley and bugs bunny appears out of nowhere dressed as a cop, picks a joint off the pavement, and launches into an anti-drug spiel.

it’s actually really not the kind of thing that can be put into words so here’s the full half-hour video, knock yourself out

oh my god oh my god oh my god

I remember watching this. I think we might have watched it in school once, too.

A rare interview with Meredith following our most recent podcast taping. Shhhh! Don’t spook her, she scares easily.

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That new Ridley Scott movie looks epic.

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Geoffrey Holder, the native Caribbean who played a crucial role in transforming modern theater, has passed away from pneumonia at age 84. Holder’s imposing 6’6” stature and inimitable baritone voice helped make him a highly influential figure both on stage and in film. The general public knows him as the long-time spokesman for 7 Up in the 1970s and 1980s as well as a familiar face in major motion pictures, such as the 1973 James Bond movie “Live and Let Die” in which memorably portrayed the legendary voodoo icon Baron Samedi. However, theater goers know Holder as the Tony Award-winning talent whose revolutionary methods of presenting theatrical productions earned him world wide acclaim. 

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R.I.P.

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