This week we pop into your earbuds to announce a short hiatus we'll be taking from the show!
This week we're joined by the absolutely delightful Toronto film journalist Sasha James!
On this week's episode of The Roundup, we’re joined by the absolutely lovely Alanna Bennett from Buzzfeed.
This week we are joined by a hilarious co-host Andrew Ivimey to talk all the latest in film, TV, comics, and games!
Star Wars, Making a Murderer, and more! On this episode of The Roundup we're joined by Dork Shelf's own hilarious TV writer Susan Stover.
The Roundup is here to bring you a dose of holiday joy and close out 2015 by discussing their most beloved films and TV shows of the year.
This episode we're joined by the delightful Natalie Smith and talk about the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, Thor: Ragnarok getting lady screenwriters, gay baiting in the Captain America: Civil War trailer, Jessica Jones, Master of None, and more!
Elena and Meg talk Room, the ladies-only Ocean's 11, the new Star Trek, Supergirl, and more.
This week on The Roundup: Elena and Meg talk Crimson Peak, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the revival of Gilmore Girls, celebrating diversity in comics, women in gaming, and much more.
This week we're joined by Teddy Wilson, host of Innerspace, to drink wine and debate anything and everything pop culture.
We talk The Martian, film festivals, the highs and lows of the Emmys, women taking over comics, and testing someone's gamer cred.
In this week's episode we take a break from our usual discussion of the latest pop culture news and focus instead on a primary topic of expertise: SEXY MEN.
This episode Meg and Elena are flying "duo" before almost two months worth of guest co-hosts! We talk Mistress America, Digging for Fire, Fun Home, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, the Hugo Awards, and more.
This episode we're joined by the fab writer, editor, and podcaster Stephanie Cooke to debate all things pop culture!
In addition to our regular film, TV, game, and comics talk, we have a little chat about vocal fry, upspeak, and policing women's voices.