Hosts Steve and Chris (along with a rotating cast of much smarter people) discuss the most popular TV and Film properties in pop culture history. Episode by episode, movie by movie. It’s NSFW, irreverent, but earnest, like hanging out in the living room with your best friends. We’re streaming things! Join the conversation at firstname.lastname@example.org
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This episode of Streaming Things was recorded in April 2023 and was previously a Patreon exclusive episode. Kit, Madison, and Steve review the 1999 action-adventure horror film, The Mummy. Directed by Stephen Sommers, this movie follows an ancient Eg... more
With Kit Lazer gone at a film festival, Steve and Alex take a break from streaming to have some fun with Geek Out! Pop Culture Party. They test their knowledge of popular culture, TV shows, movies, music, and more. It's a fun and entertaining episode... more
Kit and Steve take some time to talk about the popular Build-a-Bear stores, Steve's big week of sports, and how to quit your job in style. more
I started listening for the Stranger Things coverage and this quickly became my favorite podcast. These guys are absolutely delightful! Smart, well informed and so funny! Even when I’ve never watched/heard of what they’re talking about, they are still such an enjoyable listen. Their silly tangents make me genuinely laugh out loud. Their rapport with each other, their honesty and their general positive attitude provide me with so much joy and have a calming effect on my often noisy brain. Keep up... more
I began listening during coverage of Stranger Things, and fell absolutely in love! I not only loved the humor, but the in-depth dives into each episode. When Stranger Things ended until the fifth season comes around, I kept listening no matter the topic! I don’t care what is talked about, and often I’ve never heard of or seen the TV show or movie being covered, I just love to listen for the laughs and good times amongst the hosts. Always brings a smile to my face, along with much laughter. Thank... more
Streaming Things, I BEG you to hate watch and review The Idol!! more
I’ve been listening to streaming things for two years. I lovingly say dorks because hi so am I. I instantly felt like I was talking to people that I knew most of my life. Geeking out on all things, Sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and gaming. The host are funny considerate and always thoughtful in sharing their opinions. I will continue to support this pod throughout the strike because I can’t wait to listen afterwards and I want this to continue. Keep it up my guys more
So I’ve listened to these guys since just before Stranger Things S4. I thought after that I was going to be done, but they are far too interesting of people to stop listening to. I’m a teacher, so it’s hard to keep up on Podcasts during the school year . So I listen to them as often as I can and as much as possible over the summer. We got into yellow jackets, and their coverage was absolutely critical to my viewing, not because they were going over theories or anything like that. Still, I enjoy ... more
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