Luke And Matt 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Ding dong! Join your culture consultants, Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang, on an unforgettable journey into the beating heart of CULTURE. Alongside sizzling special guests, they GET INTO the hottest pop-culture moments of the day and the formative cultural experiences that turned them into Culturistas. Produced by the Big Money Players Network and iHeartRadio.
 
Loading …
show series
 
If you'd like to see what Rod Roddenberry is up to these days, watch Star Trek. He's taken up the family business and is an executive producer on all of the modern series. He is also the ring-leader of a fantastic series of science fiction podcasts (with a heavy Trek focus) over at this link: https://podcasts.roddenberry.com/ Please do like, subscr…
 
Matt and Bow get raw and real about their physical and mental health (mama, as they say in hospitals, "scalpel!") before launching into an episode truly for the ages with the one, the only, Kate Berlant! Often imitated but NEVER duplicated, this genuine hero and co-host (alongside friend of the show Jacqueline Novak) of LC's Big Money Players siste…
 
It's that thing of when four sisters with no drag talent whatsoever express strong opinions about the television program RuPaul's Drag Race and all of *its* sisters, or sister ~shows~. You understand. Hop in, readers, the water is absolutely wet! Enjoy all this sound!저자 Big Money Players Network & iHeartRadio
 
Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to hear him here - especially if you are into Monster https://monstermash.transistor.fm/ Matt's music can be found he…
 
He IS the blueprint. The "he" in question? BD Wong, babe. After some Grammy and Oscar nom thoughts, Las Culturistas welcome the truly hot king and *decorated* actor to the show to discuss his incredible career and more, darling. Acting in musical theater AND theme park ride waiting lines? Both covered. Jurassic Park AND Jurassic World? Obviously th…
 
Tom is a British journalist who has written for Atlantic Today, The Independent, Newsweek, The Mirror, and the list goes on. His focus is a objective look at the military-industrial complex's influence on cinema and he co-wrote a fantastic book called "National Security Cinema," which focuses on that very thing. Get into his work at his Spy Culture…
 
The time has come for Matt & Bowen's deep dive on evermore. We know...late!!! But after taking some time to sit with the album, Las Culturistas has takes on the ongoing battle between Taylor vs. Tayla and how it exists in this body of work. The boys discuss each song on the album, and also get into this season of Drag Race UK and how Bimini Bon Bou…
 
Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to hear him here - especially if you are into Monster https://monstermash.transistor.fm/ Matt's music for this episod…
 
You know how a witch will often cackle? Well, similarly, Las Culturistas and guest Rose Dommu (icon) absolutely DO THAT through this episode of LC wherein witchcraft in media, WandaVision (there are spoilers throughout this ep for the season so far, y'all! So skip 14:14 to 20:15 if you're not caught up!), favorite Aronofsky films and Evan Rachel Wo…
 
We're using Noah as a springboard to get into all the bits and bobs that revolve around flood stories the world round. We are generally an audio podcast, but today's guest David Mathisen has some images to share with you, and you can get into it with the raw video here: https://youtu.be/ium9ArENjF0 Then, why not get into David Mathisen's work a bit…
 
A sea change in the Las Cultch executive branch! Meghan McCain has resigned from our Board of Directors after blocking us on Twitter and then publicly flopping so absolutely hard that we have to spend our time and energy on it in this episode. That bullshit, WandaVision and how it was Agatha All Along, plus a revisitation of Mean Girls and how Rach…
 
Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to hear him here - especially if you are into Monster https://monstermash.transistor.fm/ Matt has not yet released th…
 
Las Culturistas are joined by NPR correspondent, host of It's Been A Minute and active listener extraordinaire Sam Sanders, who quickly finds out that he is "held in the same high esteem as Regina King" by Bowen & Matt, which is saying quite a lot, okay?! The three show Regina respect, get into Whitney Houston's National Anthem at the Super Bowl (S…
 
Joining us is returning guest John Champion. He's well steeped in 70's sci-fi weirdness from here to Bond, and takes the deepest dive into all things Star Trek here: https://www.missionlogpodcast.com/ The role of Luke today is mostly played by Mark Malek. Matt screwed up the schedule, so Mark is pinch-hitting. Hopefully he's put some music of his o…
 
It seems the older the movie, the more ribald our conversation gets. This one is from 1936 - you have been warned. Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to…
 
We think we can all agree that it was time to have Meg Stalter on Cultch. And readers? This ep does not disappoint. Fresh off a, get this, bad car accident, Matt is still alive to record the podcast and ultimately that's good because Meg is the funniest and gives us all her takes on the Sex and the City reboot, meeting up with LOVERS in quarantine …
 
We done like us some monster flicks in the Sanctuary, and this is one of the better ones Hollywood has produced. Joining us is Jake Rockatasky, who looks into the cult-like nature of a movement so controversial I'm not going to put the name in the description. It's probably all for naught since it's in the link, though: https://www.qanonanonymous.c…
 
Sisters provide each other with support in this episode of Las Culturistas that explores so much and yet so little. The ladies discuss watching themselves on camera after Matt's recent good news. Bowen questions whether or not it is ethical to wave your finger and scream "yaz" at a woman who is a billionaire from arms deals on Bling Empire. Matt, f…
 
Don't be fooled by the smell of early 1960's sci-fi cheeze - if you dig in you'll find concepts that are not just ahead of its time, but even ahead of Philip K. Dick. You likely haven't seen this one, but through the magic of YouTube and public domain, you should first give this early taste of sci-fi A.I. at the following link: https://www.youtube.…
 
Alright, well! It's a moment in Las Cultch history, readers, as the one and only Trixie Mattel joins Matt & Bowen to discuss Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the traumas and dramas of keeping a pet alive, submitting to the lifestyle that is watching 90 Day Fianceé and only 90 Day Fianceé, the power of Ms. Mojo, the new season of Drag Race, Cyberpunk 2077 …
 
We get into the next step of Marty McFly's time tripping - all those whiplash time currents that make up this pop culture bonanza. Hoverboards, Pepsi Perfects, and 1989 Trump impersonation fuel this time trip. Joining us is Taylor Morden. Last year, during the initial 2020 lockdown, he organized Project 88, wherein people in quarantine recreated th…
 
As 2021 begins with a flop, America is not the only institution in upheaval. Immediately in conflict, Matt and Bowen rage at each other about recent culture consumption. Ultimately, Matt has promised to watch 90 Day Fiancée and Bowen will listen to the song "driver's license". So, watch this space. Like they do, Las Culturistas immediately put thei…
 
Continuing our trek through Trek this week. Aging actors, creepy mind violations, and knee nuts are among our deep dives for this final voyage of the original cast.Joining us is James Farley, a co-host from the Computer Game Show Podcast. Actual the second of those guys to head into the Sanctuary. You’ll find that podcast here and do dig around on …
 
Full disclosure - this film is not our geek niche, though we give full and due respect to that niche (at least until the sequel). In fact - this turned out to be Matt's first viewing of the film. So, to balance the scales, we've got a guest, Jonathan Meville, who has fully immersed himself in the making of this cult classic. He recently published a…
 
"How about the space trip?" Space trip will be realized in the near future. As Apollo landed before for 30 years or more in the moon. you may do the mystical experience. We will offer a wonderful reception then. "Have a good trip!" (transcribed from a Japanese mall travel agency many a year ago) Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things…
 
Ending our monster month with a whole lot of them damn bugs. Gotta kill them all!! That or get into all the socio-facist implications of this under the radar satire, which is far more fun to do in podcast form. To get all this rolling on the right track, we have today's guest, Tom Secker. Tom is a British journalist who has written for Atlantic Tod…
 
Matt and Bowen cap off their 12 Days of Culture by making a statement: looking to the future. The boys discuss Super Nintendo World opening next year at Universal Studios Japan, look back on their lives as gamers, and discover they have even more in common than they even realized. Pokémon SHOP gets TALKED y’all. Mario, Donkey Kong, Zelda; all the N…
 
Matt and Bowen catch up on their Big Popstar-Adjacent Weekends and ingeniously segue into Day 11 of the 12 Days of Culture: the day James Cameron thought of Avatar. While the particular date in question is unrecorded, the girls agree that despite this lack of knowledge, Avatar warrants mention. Leona Lewis as the “Celine Dion of the project," Zoe S…
 
Christmas bonus for you!! It may be television, but it rates with any of the Trek films. And we can do this because it's chronologically before Star Trek VI. Even better, we've got one of the story writers, Eric Stilwell, on as a guest. Along with writing this, he served as a production assistant and script coordinator for TNG, so the man has some …
 
Do you remember the last time everyone united behind the same idea, on an international scale? It's only happened twice: when the Nazis lost WWII and when Julia Roberst won her Oscar for the inarguable best biopic of all time, "Erin Brockovich." Why don't you listen to this episode and chime in on what your parenting style is/would be as they compa…
 
Everyone has bone; a skeleton. And while this may not bring everyone together in the current political and social climate, it does group us all as targets for the milk industry. Today on Las Culturistas, Matt Rogers & Bowen Yang discuss 90's Milk culture, Calcium culture, and the "Got Milk?" phenomenon that saw every A-list actor of the time posing…
 
Gimmie your Christmas!! You can say it's not sci-fi, but let's not forget Turbo Man, jetpacks, and the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger exists is pretty sci-fi. Matt used to bum around on Christmas with guest Mark Malek while they both ignored their families, so he seemed like good fit here. See him bury himself or something in this year's Quaranste…
 
On Day 8 of the 12 Days of Culture, Matt & Bow discuss a whole host of what-not-to-do's, such as attending large sex parties during a pandemic, attempting to organize a large sex party during the pandemic via subtweets on Twitter, and invading someone's space during an awards show! While discussing Diana Ross's well-meaning yet infamous boob-jiggle…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login