Episode 8: The Marvel Universe

Image courtesy of moviepilot.com
Image courtesy of moviepilot.com

A HUGE episode in which we had a sit down with Alisha Grauso, Editor-in-Chief of Moviepilot.com, to geek out about all the juicy news coming from the Marvel cinematic universe! Casey gets to do the intro, Kam sits in silent awe, and we all want to live inside Kevin Feige’s head!


DC Cinematic Universe Releases Plans for Movies Into 2020



By Kam Johnston

Warner Bros. officially announced the release dates of several movies based on the DC comic universe. I’m excited for about 25% of these, as I could probably have lived a full life without a Shazam or Cyborg film. But I NEED Wonder Woman, you guys.

So here’s the lineup till my kid turns 6 years old, check out ew.com for details


Wonder Woman

Justice League Part One 

(yes, yes. 1000 x yes)

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2nd Helpings: The Walking Dead Pre-Show!


The season premiere of The Walking Dead is less than 24 hours away and we are giddy with excitement! In this special episode, we discuss where we left Rick and the Gang and the various directions we see the show headed in the future. We also play a whirl-wind game of who lives and who’ll be Walker-bait. Enjoy!


Episode 5: October TV!


It’s another episode of the Hatertots podcast!

Join Kam & Casey as they discuss October’s new series/season premieres, prepare themselves for killer clowns, binge watch guilty pleasures, and apologize for not watching Breaking Bad!

Plus, stay tuned Friday night for a special episode, Second Helpings: The Walking Dead, in which we dissect one of our favorite shows before the season premiere!



Someone Call All Of The Networks!

By Kamela Johnston

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Laurie and Hiddleston? Loki and House?! Espionage?!?! What.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the duo will be starring in John le Carre’s The Night Manager, a TV adaptation that is in development by the BBC.


Well, probably not too long after it airs across the pond. THR is reporting that U.S. networks are fairly clamoring all over each other, offering straight-to-series pickups (which means they won’t bother with the whole pilot process, because duh, it’s gonna be good!).

Here’s a synopsis of the story:

Published in 1993, le Carre’s Night Manager follows Jonathan Pine, a British soldier turned luxurious hotel night auditor. Pine crosses paths with a French-Arab woman named Sophie with ties to Richard Onslow Roper, an English black marketer who specializes in weapons. The woman provides Pine with incriminating documents, which he forwards to a friend in British intelligence. After Sophie winds up dead, Pine works with intelligence operatives and goes undercover as part of a sting against Roper to avenge Sophie’s death.

I know, right?

So we just have to bide our time…I’m sure the wait will be worth it!

Images courtesy of laineygossip.com, bunnyndisguise.tumblr.com, and thedascrypt.blogspot.com

Episode 4: Retro-Tots


A new episode of Hatertots is up on iTunes!

We discuss some entertainment news, rate our favorite podcasts, and decide if our favorite childhood movies still hold up today. Also, Casey talks about his long lost brother, Arnold.


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