43: Giving it a RED HOT GO with Lizzy Hoo

My guest today is Lizzy Hoo WHO is many things – a writer, noodle enthusiast, designer, actor, sports lover, and rescue greyhound owner. Lizzy is also a stand-up comedian who has rapidly become one of Australia’s most exciting new voices. Lizzy only started doing stand-up in 2017, originally as a way to gain more self-confidence. (more…)

157: The Spookiest Time of Year

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 05:14 Practical Magic 14:38 Significant Other 25:46 Star Wars: Andor 27:24 Flatbread? 30:15 Transformers: Devastation Send your recommendations to [email protected], we’d love to hear them. You can also follow the show on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook (more…)

Bram Stokers Horny Dracula (Extended)

Hello. It’s the spookiest time of the year and I’m not just talking about tax time. And to celebrate this we’re revisiting a 1992 Francis Ford Coppola classic, Bram Stoker’s Dracula. With screen rattling performances from Gary Oldman, Anthony Hopkins, Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves it is somehow both a cult classic and a box office hit. And it’s also very horny. Thanks for watching!

452: Black Adam is…

The hierarchy of early podcast is about to change. 00:00 The Start 02:53 Lord of the Rings NFT Nightmare 10:23 Adam Driver in Dr Doom Movie 13:37 Silver Surfer Special Presentation 16:54 Michael Keaton Batman Return Paycheck 19:13 Sacha Baron Cohen is Mephisto in MCU? 20:53 Creed 3 Trailer 23:09 DCEU Phase One Plans 26:38 (more…)

42: Boundaries & Self Love with Sam Buckingham

Sam Buckingham is an alternative pop, folk singer songwriter based in Byron Bay, Australia. In May 2020, after receiving a Resilience Fund grant from the Australia Council, Sam Buckingham setup up a makeshift studio in her living room to start pre-production on her new album Dear John. Co-produced with long time collaborator Kent Eastwood, the (more…)

The Scorpion King (Extended)

Before he was a big Egyptian morally ambiguous magical warrior man in Black Adam, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnsons was a big Egyptian morally ambiguous magical warrior man in The Scorpion King. After his live action movie debut and then being a big CGI scorpion person in The Mummy Returns Mathayus of Akkad (which is his name?) is back in a tale of epic-ish proportions! A tale so epic it got a series of it’s own spin-off movies which we will never review. But thanks for watching this one.

156: Heartbreak High

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 05:58 Heartbreak High (2022) 18:53 Maus by Art Spiegelman 25:17 TONTS. with Sian Darling 28:18 Chat 10 Looks 3 29:55 Solomun, the D.J. Who Keeps Ibiza Dancing 40:08 Hasan Minhaj: The King’s Jester Send your (more…)

Pop Culture in 2012 – James & Maso’s Time Crapsule

Remember when the world was gonna end? Good times. Welcome to another episode of James & Maso’s Time Crapsule. Thanks for listening! 00:00 The Start 03:34 Movies 11:55 TV Shows 22:22 Music 23:10 Events and Stuff 28:28 Video Games 33:00 Books and Comics 35:20 Toys 39:40 Births and Deaths 45:05 Ranking the Year Link to (more…)

451: Halloween Ends

Boo! Sorry didn’t mean to scare you with this early podcast. 00:00 The Start 03:12 Robbie Coltrane RIP 04:36 Black Adam First Reactions 08:09 M3GAN Trailer 11:03 John Carpenter Dead Space Movie 12:45 Liam Neeson Naked Gun Reboot 16:39 Marvel Zombies Series Update 18:14 Harrison Ford in Captain America 4 21:55 MCU Movie Delays (but (more…)

41: Climate Action & What We Can All Do Right Now with Claire O’Rourke

My guest today Claire O’Rourke is an author, environmentalist and advocate, with more than two decades working in journalism, communications and campaigns across Australia and around the world. Claire helps others take action on climate change, currently as Australia Energy Transformation Program Co-Director at The Sunrise Project. Claire’s first book, Together We Can, was published (more…)

155: The Rings of Power

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 04:39 Hot Department: Dark Web 09:02 Light & Magic 16:25 TONTS. Podcast 20:15 Ben Ingvarson bingsbeats 24:22 My Mind (cover) by Priscilla Stanley 26:20 Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power 57:50 Hasan Minhaj: (more…)

Man-Thing (Extended)

Recently the MCU saw the first live action appearance of Man-Thing in the Halloween special Werewolf By Night. Sorry I just forgot right now, there was a Marvel adaptation of Man-Thing that dates back to 2005 produced by Avi Arad who’s producing credits include Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, X-Men, Hulk, Blade and even Iron Man. Filmed entirely in Australian with a next to nothing budget it certainly is an odd duck of a film that was quickly swept under the rug. I will never forget though. And now you cannot either. Thanks for watching!

29: Superman: Up in the Sky

Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of The Big Sandwiche Classique Comique Booque Clubbe.

If you have any suggestions for Superman comics? Or anything you been reading? Please let us know at [email protected]

Thank you for joining us in another episode of The Big Sandwiche Classique Comique Booque Clubbe.

450: Werewolf By Night & Super Mario Trailer

It’s scary how early this podcast is. Thanks for listening! 00:00 The Start 02:44 Henry Cavill Superman Returns 06:05 Violent Night Trailer 12:27 Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Trailer 15:50 The Super Mario Bros. Movie Trailer 24:16 Mason’s One Bit of News 29:47 Marvel Series Switching Strategy 32:51 Werewolf By Night Review (spoilers 46:35 to 01:00:08) (more…)

40: Joy, Art & Queerness with David Martin Harris

My guest today is David Martin Harris. They are the CEO of the Melbourne Queer Film Festival, they have worked for the Australian centre for contemporary art, as the chair person and co-curator of SEVENTH gallery, they have been the co-recipient of an FBI Smack Award for best NSW arts program and they were also (more…)

154: Go Ninja, Go Ninja, GO!

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 03:58 Together We Can by Claire O’Rourke 12:10 Breaking 16:44 Claire’s Septurtle 21:55 The Last Time 33:00 Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir 33:00 James’ Project Hail Mary Review Send your recommendations to [email protected], we’d (more…)

The Incredible Hulk (Extended)

Good news everyone. And by that I mean bad news.  There’s been some upload issues with the latest COG so instead I’ve uploaded the extended audio slightly early. Hopefully everything will be resolved soon and thanks for the support!

449: Actors Who Said Never Again

Whoa, it’s an earlier and longer podcast. Thanks for listening! 00:00 The Start 03:55 Star Trek 4 Delays 08:02 Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes 10:12 The Last of Us Trailer 11:51 Darth Vader Retires 13:58 Bruce Willis AI Acting 18:39 Werewolf By Night Early Reactions 20:12 Harrison Ford as Thunderbolt Ross Rumour 25:30 (more…)

39: Writing & Motherhood with Jane Harper

My guest today is bestselling author Jane Harper. Jane’s first novel The Dry following the story of Detective Aaron Falk was written in 2016 and has since sold over 1.5m copies in Australia and 3.5m worldwide. It also became a hit film in 2020, starring Eric Bana as Falk. The Dry is now the 15th (more…)

153: Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Septurtles

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 07:38 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie 17:28 The Couple Upstairs by Holly Wainwright 23:58 The Patient 28:06 Elizabeth Gilbert with Kemi Nekvapil, POWER 34:24 Claire’s Project Send your recommendations to [email protected], (more…)

Hulk 2003 (Extended)

In 2003 Ang Lee made a valiant attempt at bringing the Hulk to life like we’d never seen before. With the casting of Eric Bana and groundbreaking CGI technology the Hulk was both bigger and greener than ever before. And at the end of the day it’s pretty weird but also good but also boring but also interesting. Probably other things also. Thanks for watching to our Caravan Of Garbage review!

38: Harsh Realities of The Dark Knight Trilogy

Welcome everybody to another episode of The Weekly Planet clickbait bonus show. Thanks for listening. No snitches. 00:00 The Start 01:33 Harsh Realities of Rewatching The Dark Knight Trilogy 24:30 Ewan McGregor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Feel free to send the best clickbait stories you find in the wild to [email protected] with the term (more…)

448: Andor! Star Wars!

Extra early podcast! Star Wars! Thanks for listening! 00:00 The Start 05:22 Marvel’s Iron Man Game 18:11 Black Adam Footage Removed 20:03 James Bond Casting 24:38 She Hulk Catch-Up 25:54 Jessica Jones & The Punisher in MCU 27:32 Hulu’s Hellraiser Trailer 31:02 Knock at the Cabin Trailer 32:59 Ironheart Suit Leak 33:50 New Avatar Post (more…)

38: Hormones, Perimenopause & Chronic Stress with Naturopath Freya Lawler

Freya Lawler is a bachelor qualified nutritionist, naturopath and natural fertility educator specialising in reproductive health, fertility and hormones. She is passionate about helping people achieve whole body wellness through a root-cause approach to women’s health. In this episode we talk PCOS and gut health, fertility, heavy periods, PMS and PMDD, how to eat better (more…)

152: Beast and Exiles

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 05:21 Exiles by Jane Harper 15:17 Beast 22:11 We Can Do Hard Things with Dr. Becky Kennedy 43:40 Septurtles Coming Next Week!! 46:15 BBC’s The Capture Send your recommendations to [email protected], we’d love to hear (more…)

The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (Extended)

All journeys must come to an end. Some with a whimper. Some with a bang. Some do the cinematic equivalent of dragging the audience through broken glass in the third entry of a trilogy for two hours and twenty four minutes. Which coincidently is the runtime of The Battle Of The Five Armies which sees Bilbo, Gandalf and various Dwarfs/Elves go up against the forces of somebody over something. Thanks for listening to our Caravan Of Garbage review!

447: Nope! Prey! DC’s Sandman! Pinocchio?

Early podcast! Catching up on the latest Kea-news and some big things we missed over the summer break. Thanks for listening! 04:50 Keanu Reeves Constantine Sequel 12:55 Marvel Movie Delays (But Don’t Dismays) 15:36 Star Wars: Rogue Squadron Cancelled 18:20 Karate Kid Sequel Movie 20:29 Blade Runner 2099 Sequel Series 28:29 Nope Review (spoilers 35:40 (more…)

37: Toxic Masculinity with Tim Loveday

Tim Loveday is a poet, a writer and editor. He writes primarily on masculinity, intergenerational violence and rural communities reckoning with climate collapse. Look out for his forthcoming book titled Your Father Was A Bastard. Tim is the recipient of a 2021 Next Chapter Wheeler Centre Fellowship, a 2021 Varuna Residential Fellowship, a 2022 Bundanon (more…)

151: The Royal Family (of Spiders)

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 01:35 Lara Briden – The Period Revolutionary 14:19 Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky 23:06 Tim Loveday Poetry and Tonts Podcast with Tim (tw: domestic abuse) 33:40 Queen Elizabeth II Discussion 45:22 Septurtles Coming Next (more…)

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Extended)

Nobody was happier than us when we heard the second Hobbit book was being made into a movie. JOKES. The result of splitting JRR Tolkien’s work into three movies lead us here to The Desolation Of Smaug, the middle and probably best chapter in the series. Here we see the return of Lord Of The Rings favorite Orlando Bloom’s Legolas as well as a genuinely great performance with Benedict Cumberbatch as Smaug. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review!

Pop Culture in 1938 – James & Maso’s Time Crapsule

Welcome to another episode of James & Maso’s Time Crapsule. Thanks for listening! 00:00 The Start 01:30 Movies 06:54 TV Shows (& War of the Worlds) 13:00 Events 22:20 Music 26:24 Books, Comics, Superman! 26:24 Toys & Video Games 27:15 Births & Deaths 28:42 Ranking the Year Have a year to suggest alongside some reasons (more…)

446: D23 Expo 2022!

Long live the early podcast and thank you for the support. 00:00 The Start 03:32 Joker 2 isn’t a Joker Movie – HOT SCOOP! 07:28 Black Adam Trailer 11:14 DC’s Kevin Feige Search 14:21 Joker’s Real Name Revealed 19:05 The Origin of Marvel Leaks 22:17 D23 Expo 2022 24:28 Assorted Marvel Video Games 27:07 Black (more…)

36: Why Stories Matter with Astrid Edwards

My guest today is Astrid Edwards. The host of The Garret: Writers on Writing, you can also read her book reviews in The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, Future Women, Kill Your Darlings, The Big Issue and Australian Book Review. In 2021 Astrid contributed to the anthology Growing Up Disabled in Australia. She is one (more…)

150: The Bear, Bad Sisters & Shredder’s Revenge

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 01:03 Bad Sisters 13:03 The Bear 22:44 Wonderbly Books 26:10 Ooly Chunkies Paint Sticks 28:32 TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge 37:50 Taylor Hawkins Tribute Show 41:40 Star Wars: Shadow of the Sith by Adam Christopher Send your (more…)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Extended)

Caravan Of Garbage has returned to look at what is probably considered the second most disappointing prequel trilogy of all time. Director of The Lord of the Rings Peter Jackson reluctantly returns to the directors chair for 2013’s An Unexpected Journey, the first very long entry in an adaptation of a very short book. Come with us as we talk about the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf the Grey and twelve mostly interchangeable tiny bearded men. Thanks for listening to our review!

28: Batman: Harley & Ivy

Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of The Big Sandwiche Classique Comique Booque Clubbe.

If you have any suggestions for Harley and Ivy comics? Or any indie comics for an upcoming episode? Please let us know at [email protected]

Thank you for joining us in another episode of The Big Sandwiche Classique Comique Booque Clubbe.

445: The Never Ending DC Disaster

NEW PODCAST! Welcome back everybody to an early ad-free edition of The Weekly Planet podcast where we catch up on all the things missed and much more. Thanks for listening. 00:00 The Start 03:54 Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman’s Butler 09:35 Fantastic Four Casting & Director 14:08 She Hulk Did a Twerk 20:10 The Rings (more…)

149: Big Magic and Sci-Fi Books

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 06:02 Dear John by Sam Buckingham 13:56 The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien 14:56 Mickey7 by Edward Ashton 20:14 Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert 23:10 The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth (more…)

37: Disaster of the Century

Welcome everybody to another episode of The Weekly Planet clickbait bonus show. Thanks for listening. No snitches. 00:00 The Start 01:33 Will Kenobi Kill Luke Skywalker? 09:32 Indiana Jones 5 Disaster of the Century 14:44 Sony Erasing Spider-Man 18:20 The Baymax Controversy 24:19 Kevin Smith’s He-Man Season Two 27:24 Netflix Rejecting Woke Content Feel free (more…)

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – The Weekly Planet Commentary

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Pop Culture in 1986 – James & Maso’s Time Crapsule

Welcome to new episode of James & Maso’s Time Crapsule. Thanks for listening! 00:00 The Start 01:11 Movies 08:24 TV Shows 19:53 Events 26:02 Music 30:57 Books & Comics 36:21 Video Games 38:31 Births & Deaths 41:15 Ranking the Year Have a year to suggest alongside some reasons why it should be covered? Feel free (more…)

27: Fantastic Four: The Trial of Reed Richards

Hahaha fantastic! Galactus is about to destroy the universe, Reed Richards is probably to blame and two mates are keeping it classy reviewing a classic comic book.

If you have any Fantastic Four suggestions or any comics at all for the show? Please let us know at [email protected]

Thank you for joining us in another episode of The Big Sandwiche Classique Comique Booque Clubbe.

36: We’ve Got This Comic Con Covered

Woo! Join James & Maso’s search for Superman and the best/worst clickbait around San Diego Comic Con 2022. Thanks for listening. No snitches. 03:31 Deadline Lied About Superman 06:33 Henry Cavill is Finally Returning 08:41 Dog Time 12:33 Ten Best Reactions to Cavill Not Coming 28:37 When Will X-Men Join the MCU? 33:12 Why Announce (more…)

35: Fall in love with your clothes with Lucianne Tonti

Today I speak to my little sister Lucianne Tonti about her book Sundressed that has just been released (so very very proud) but also about how to fall in love with your clothes and by extension yourself. About our parents, about womanhood and creativity and about a future we can find that is beautiful and (more…)

148: Mario Strikers & James Meets a Genie

Suggestible things to watch, read and listen to. Hosted by James Clement @mrsundaymovies and Claire Tonti @clairetonti. This week’s Suggestibles: 02:14 Genie Tim Tam Ad 05:42 James’ Gorilla Video 06:30 The Staves 10:01 The Rehearsal 16:04 Our African Roots 16:04 Tonts with Santilla Chingaipe 21:42 Mario Strikers: Battle League Send your recommendations to [email protected], we’d (more…)

Aliens VS Predator: Requiem (Extended)

In our last Caravan Of Garbage until September we take a look at nobodies favorite Alien or Predator movie, or even Alien VS Predator movie, AVP Requiem. It’s certainly not without it’s moments (when you can see them) and brings into live action the idea of an Xenomorph/Yautja in the Predalien. Thanks for watching to (more…)