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Journey into the unknown with Galaxy Brains — the most immersive, hilarious TV and movie podcast on this planet (or any other). Mystery Science Theater 3000's Jonah Ray and his pal, comedian and writer Dave Schilling, explore the outer reaches of the zeitgeist, analyzing the movies and TV shows that you can't stop obsessing over. Each week, we lab-test the hottest take possible — from Dom Toretto being an actual angel sent from Heaven, to the entirety of Seinfeld taking place inside Jerry's ...
 
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Fighting orcs, f***ing ents, and Brad Dourif delivering Wormtongue unto us — LOTR was the trilogy to rule them all. As part of Polygon's Year of the Ring celebration, Dave and Jonah dig into why Peter Jackson's movies defined a new epic standard with Bubble podcast/graphic novel creator, Jordan Morris. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our sho…
 
FX's new series proves that an adorable monkey won't save us in a dystopian future- but girlbosses just might? This week comedian and cohost of the Bechdel Test podcast, Jamie Loftus, signs on to help Dave and Jonah sift through the mental rubble of Y: the Last Man's gender-based apocalypse. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a …
 
Fighting dragons, an Asian-American superhero, and Tony Leung in fingerless gloves, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has blessed audiences with many gifts. But it's also offered an opportunity for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to retcon troubling aspects of its history (here's looking at you, Mandarin). On this week's episode, Dave and gue…
 
Freddy, Jason, and Pinhead — how does Candyman stack up alongside (literal) killer horror antiheroes? For an answer on that terrifying and tantalizing question, Dave and guest host Maggie Mae Fish turn to Black horror scholar and Shudder’s Horror Noire executive producer Tananarive Due. Featuring guest host Maggie Mae Fish Want to hear your Galaxy …
 
Mike Judge's Idiocracy is a comedy about a dystopian future where the president is a former pro wrestler, the environment is tapped out, and capitalism has driven America to distraction. Is this satire so on the nose that no other film can top it? Kumail Nanjiani of Silicon Valley and Marvel's Eternals joins Dave and Jonah for a dive into the makin…
 
Free Guy checks the boxes: Easter eggs, Fortnite references, and Utkarsh Ambudkar in a bunny suit. And it might be one of the great video game movies because it’s not based on an actual game? On this week's episode, Kinda Funny cofounder Greg Miller gives Dave and Jonah the cheat codes for how to make a great video game movie. Want to hear your Gal…
 
James Gunn's The Suicide Squad is gloriously gross, from King Shark nomming on heads to Starro's big bloody eyeball. But is it so gross that is wrecks our appetite for popcorn? What do you eat with a gory romp? To answer that question, Dave and Jonah are dining in with Mr. Slice, Mike Mitchell, and the Burger Boy himself, Nick Wiger, of the Dougboy…
 
A magic fox, nude giants, a conspicuously stained sash, and Dev Patel's deep brown eyes — The Green Knight has it all. But when it comes to transporting audiences to a fantasy world, Hollywood will always be competing with modern tabletop role-playing. On this episode, we are testing that theory and playing A24’s Green Knight RPG with Polygon's Sim…
 
Jessie Plemons in villainous eyeliner, Emily Blunt in pants, and the hosts of the Blank Check podcast in our studio, we got a great episode coming in off the starboard bow. Griffin Newman and David Sims join Dave and Jonah for a dive into ride-based action movies, the WWE on screen, and The Rock's status as the greatest action star of all time. Wan…
 
We got a real jam going down. Space Jam 2 has Looney Toons, basketball All-Stars, and an Austin Powers cameo just for Dave! Makes you feel like a kid again ... or does it? This week, Dave and Jonah slam with actor, comedian, and host of the Ball Sometimes Lie podcast, Adam Pally. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a voicemail at…
 
Vodka, wild action, and cartoonish Russian villains might sound like a Bond movie, but it's actually the basis of Black Widow, the female super spy we deserve. On this episode, Dave and Jonah head to the spy history Red Room to talk about the new Marvel movie with Amanda Ohlke, Director of Adult Education at the International Spy Museum ... if that…
 
Dave and Jonah have taken their mental Mini Coopers back to the swinging 60s for a romp though the technicolor world of Austin Powers. Actress, film critic, and writer Maggie Mae Fish joins the happening to talk mojo, 90's masculinity, and Mike Myers' role as film's most beloved beta male. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a vo…
 
Fast 9 is the newest, fastest, and furiousest film in the franchise. It's also the holiest? To prove that the Fast and the Furious is the Biblical parable of our age, Dave and Jonah drive their brains off the proverbial cliff with host of the Asian Enough podcast and avid member of the Fast Family, Jen Yamato. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on…
 
Disney Plus' Loki series tackles some big questions: Does free will exist? Did Tony Stark's death mean anything? Should we be worshipping space lizards or Owen Wilson? Jason Concepcion, Takeline podcast host and Marvel superstan, straps in with Jonah and Dave for an existential ride through the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Want to hear your Galaxy Br…
 
In the Heights, Hamilton, Moana, Star Wars, Curb Your Enthusiasm — they're all connected, man. Dave and Jonah are joined by comedian and Hyphenated podcast host, Joanna Hausmann, for a full revue of the newly formed Lin-Manuel Miranda Cinematic Universe. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a voicemail at (213) 570-8069 Follow us …
 
A Quiet Place II a film about running from aliens ... and maybe about your mom moving on from your dad? To dip deeper into this edge-of-your-seat sequel, Amy Nicholson, film critic and host of the podcast Unspooled, guides Dave and Jonah through horror's unexpected ties to family drama, from the first zombie baby steps in the 1920s to Michael Myers…
 
The Stooges, David Bowie lookalikes, and exactly one fur coat (puppies not included). Disney's Cruella has it all — but can a big blockbuster really be "punk"? Fashion critic and GQ writer, Rachel Tashjian, joins Dave and Jonah to walk the mental runway for a masterclass in fashion history and punk canon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit pod…
 
Has technology ruined horror, or challenged it for the better? Spiral, the latest entry in the Book of Saw, features Chris Rock, Fitbits, and (you guessed it) a whole lotta thumb drives. Dave and Jonah are joined by New York Times technology reporter and horror movie superfan Taylor Lorenz to investigate what makes 21st-century horror click. Want t…
 
Carson Daly, low-rise jeans, and corporate takedowns. It’s the 20th anniversary of the cult classic ‘Josie and the Pussycats.’ Dave and Jonah look back on the Archie adaptation's searing subtext with writer-directors Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a voicemail at (213) 570-8069 Follow us on Tw…
 
That's no moon — that’s a galaxy brain. The Bad Batch is the latest animated hit for Star Wars, and it makes sense why: even George Lucas’ movies were big cartoons. This week, Dave and Jonah seek council from Patton Oswalt to dig into Star Wars’ animated instincts and how they apply to his new Marvel show, M.O.D.O.K.. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain…
 
GET OVER HERE and listen to Dave and Jonah breakdown the absurd arcana, soul-sucking fatalities, and that random guy named Cole of the Mortal Kombat reboot. They step inside the ring with All Elite Wrestling announcer and former pro-wrestler Excalibur to uncover the intersection of pro wrestling and Mortal Kombat lore. Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Is Kong the secret winner of this fight? Are podcasts the new trope-y hobby for crazy nerds? What does Godzilla even mean anymore? Dave and Jonah sit down with the author of Godzilla vs the World Steve Ryfle to talk about what that giant angry lizard still means. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a voicemail at (213) 570-8069 F…
 
Disney's Mighty Ducks: Game Changers offers the triumphant return of Lorelei Gilmore, great heads of lettuce, and a surprising satire of movie franchises. This week, Dave and Jonah enlist writer and Scriptnotes host John August to chat reboots, revivals, and post-modern reinvention. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a voicemail…
 
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is four hours of slow motion fighting, sad Superman, villains with daddy issues -and exactly one minute of Martian Manhunter. Hosts Dave and Jonah are breaking it all down with the help of Polygon comics editor Susana Polo. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a voicemail at (213) 570-8069 Follow us on…
 
Did Zach Snyder create the best version of Superman? Is the Mighty Ducks reboot a masterpiece of postmodern TV? Is Godzilla a metaphor for... your dad? Galaxy Brains is a new show where movies, TV and overthinking collide. Get new episodes every Thursday starting April 22. Follow us on twitter @galaxybrains and leave us a voicemail at 213.570.8069.…
 
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