Welcome to Pop & Locke! For our first episode we welcome Peter Suderman and Paul Matzko to discuss the many Black Mirror dystopias.
We are excited to welcome Elizabeth Nolan Brown to our show for a lively conversation about Handmaid’s Tale.
The best way to spread holiday cheer is singing aloud for all to hear or podcasting about our favorite “sort of” holiday movies. Both do the trick!
Matthew Feeney & Julian Sanchez join the show to talk about how HBO took on the incredible comic book, Watchmen, and to our surprise, they excellently executed the story for a 2019 audience.
Disney completed the Star Wars saga with the third and final installment to the sequel trilogy. What’s next for the galaxy?
Marianne March, Kat Murti, and Haley Victory Smith join the show today to talk about the Oscar-winning film, Little Women.
Since “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” was released in 1937, princess characters have won the hearts of many generations of young girls. But, do these stories still resonate with today’s children?
Westworld is much more than an exclusive theme park where those who can afford a ticket live without limits and we cannot wait for what season three brings.
We discuss the absurd antics of Pawnee, Indiana’s public officials as they pursue projects to make their city a better place.
The Good Place argues, time and again, that the perpetual uncertainty about what happens next is part of what makes life so precious and magical.
Not only was Joe Exotic a lover of big cats, he also ran for president and for governor of Oklahoma. Netflix’s Tiger King gives us a glimpse into the world of big cat ownership.
Aaron Ross Powell, Julian Sanchez, and Eva Galperin join the show today to hack the planet.
Harry Potter is perhaps the most well-known escapist fantasy ever written and adapted to film, but the series is much more than a story about good versus evil.