“It Can’t Rain All The Time: A 90’s Podcast” is a thrilling journey back to the iconic era that defined a generation. Hosted by experienced entertainment reporter, Kevin Hoskinson, this podcast offers a unique perspective on the films, TV shows, comic books, and music that captivated audiences in the 90s. As we reflect on the passing of time, it’s hard to believe that the 90s are now considered a bygone era. However, Hoskinson and his special guests help bring this dynamic period back to life, as they delve into the behind-the-scenes stories and drama that helped shape some of the most memorable moments in pop culture history. From the unforgettable blockbuster hit “Jurassic Park” to the musical stylings of Nirvana, “It Can’t Rain All The Time: A 90’s Podcast” leaves no stone unturned in exploring the cultural touchstones that defined the decade. Through thoughtful analysis and insightful commentary, Hoskinson and his guests provide a fresh perspective on the stories and personalities behind the scenes. Join us as we celebrate the sights and sounds of the 90s, relive the memories that made us laugh, cry, and everything in between, and discover why this decade continues to inspire and influence pop culture today.
Mental Health in the Multiverse is the only podcast you need to honestly understand all the comic book, superhero, horror, and genre geek multiverse and how it relates to an equally vast mental health multiverse. If you’ve ever wondered what Marvel movie you needed to watch to get into the whole franchise, or wanted to dive deep into the psyches of your favorite superhero, or even scratched your head at how the hell any of this even makes sense, this is the podcast for you. It’s an incursion that doesn’t Snap half of us into the third act of Ghostface’s latest slasher. Join MCU mythologist/Neo-ologist/Hufflepuff/licensed psychotherapist/blerd Mercedes Samudio (@mrs.samudio) each week as she takes you (and the episodic guest of the week) on a deep dive into the vast genre multiverse that has expanded so much over the past decade (or two).
In his new monthly music show, The Record Shop, Albert Chiang brings his love for vinyl records, cassette tapes, CDs, and all things music to a wider audience. With no preset mixes and straight vinyl digging, he promises to take listeners on a musical journey through different genres and eras.
Comix is a group of friends that have roundtable discussions of the newest updates in nerd news like film, tv, and comics with drinks in hand. Nothing is off-limits, some episodes have games, and others have trivia. But the two things that are guaranteed, someone will go on a rant, and you’ll have a great time tuning in.
Welcome, Ladies and Gentlemen, to the Rough Draft of Randomness Podcast with The DMan. This bi-weekly podcast will be a range of topics centered around comic books and super herodom. We’ll explore characters, well-known and obscure ones, and look into their back stories as we share our excitement and love for them. Guests will be brought on occasionally to share about their fandom and who their favorite hero and villain are.
In a world of celebrity gossip news, Film Center is a weekly podcast that’s about the facts. Hosted by writer-director Derek Johnson (@derek.johnsonii) and actor Nicholas Killian (@nicholaskilliann) they talk about movies and TV in a way that’s informative and entertaining. They cut out the fluff and stick to what makes projects sink or swim. Tune in to stay up to date on studio news and learn how professionals navigate Hollywood!
They Mostly Pod Out at Night, Mostly (TMPOANM) is a weekly podcast that covers all things horror. This includes director spotlights, franchise deep dives, seasonal themes, and sometimes even discussions on the base elements of what makes horror tick. Join Graveyard and Salem as they continue their quest to subject themselves to cheese and watch bad movies so you don’t have to!
Far from the far East, two American Southerners explore Japanese culture in Southern Senpais! Hosted by Derek Johnson (@derek.johnsonii) and Nicholas Killian (@nicholaskilliann), they discuss popular Japanese anime, manga, and video games. Tune in as they navigate the culture from the perspective of two guys that grew up in small rural towns!
A podcast where Ashleigh Morghan talks to women about all things nerdy, shares our stories, and helps to break down and end the stereotypes in the community while bringing us all closer, one nerd at a time. We don’t need to be geek-splained or your geek-splaining. Respectfully.