Join Linda and Jane as they discuss witches, man-witches, sorcerers, wizards, and other magic-practitioners in movies, television shows, history, comics, games, and novels. Every other week, they're joined by Jenny or Kristin as they tell us all about a heroic and/or just-plain-awesome animal in our "Favorite Familiar" segment.
Today, Jane and Linda are discussing the second book in the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas, Crown of Midnight. They talk about the book's witch character, Baba Yellowlegs, and the story so far. Jane catches us up with a synopsis of the first book, Linda talks about all the feels, and Jane struggles with the demon on her shoulder that tells her to spoil everything that's coming up in the rest of the series.
In this episode, we discuss Studio Ghibli's animated treasure, 'Spirited Away' Also, Linda discusses the difference between her cat Kami and the Shinto Kami, Jane talks about past challenges for anime lovers, and we unintentionally pick a fight with Jeff Bezos. What's the worst that could happen?
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Join us this week as Linda throws shade at Supernatural and gushes about how wonderful Unnatural and Mirka Andolfo are; Jane researches decomposition and shows off her amazing kitty voice; and they both talk about the amazing comic series, Hex Wives. We need more, Ben Blacker!
Jane and Linda discuss the SyFy Channel movie House of the Witch. Is she really a witch? Are the diner's ketchup bottles haunted? Why can't we be watching a Lavalantula movie instead? Why aren't Linda and Jane famous and powerful screenwriters yet? Listen for answers to all these questions and more!
Also, you can thank your editor, Donnie, for a new Linda-less feature in our show!
Stay tuned at the end for a promo for our awesome friends from the podcast The Movie Cellar! Check them out at https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-movie-cellar-926278.
In what I believe is our best episode yet, Jane tells us all about the accused witch, Katharina Kepler, who also happened to be Johannes Kepler's mother, and Kristin tells us all about the heroic, legendary pup named Judy! Heads up: Judy may have actually been a mythical creature.
Jane wants you to know that she misspoke about the male/female trust ratio. It should be the opposite - 3 women to 1 man's testimony.
You can find the book Jane refers to, The Astronomer and The Witch, at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014QMCPLE/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
P.S. We're so tired, guys!
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Okay. I'm not going to lie. This is mostly tangents. We're sorry, but we think they're still entertaining! We also manage to share some of our favorite parts and quotes of the book as well as our Riders of the Apocalypse names. What's yours?
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Jane covers Witchy History with Kitsune, the fox familiar of Japanese folklore! She also talks how to expose and handle Okami. We introduce our awesome friend, Kristin, to the podcast as she covers Wojtek the Bear. Wojtek was a cigarette-eating corporal and mascot in the Polish 2nd Transport Company, which later became the 22nd Artillery Supply Company.
We covered the amazing television version of a beloved classic by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, 'Good Omens.' This is lucky episode number 13, wherein Linda is dying from a sinus infection and forgets how to word (and no, Dave McKean was not involved with the opening credits sequence) and Jane prophecies Linda's impending doom at the hands of Jane's beloved CW. Listen in to learn some behind-the-scenes information and learn about the wise and lovely Adria Arjona (Anathema Device).
Also, Linda keeps referencing Toast of London with Matt Berry. Check it out and soon you can say, 'Charismaaaaaaa' and 'Jon Hammmmm' with her.
Stay tuned at the end for a promo from the Lady Justice Podcast.
Hey, there! It pretty much sucks right now, we know. So join us as we self-medicate with some Monty Python! We also talk about Jane's new running method and how amazing Mel Brooks is. Plus, Linda gets pretty dopey and calls Eric Clapton "George Clapton."
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Take care and laugh on!
In this episode, Linda and Jane are joined by Arielle (@AirBubbles) the master cosplayer to discuss the Disney classic, The Little Mermaid. Join them as they talk about how Divine (yes, THAT Divine) inspired the appearance of Ursula, how the castle most definitely has a phallic shape, and why it sucks to grow up with a famous Disney name.
Stay tuned at the end for a promo from the Lady Justice Podcast!
Jenny tells us all about the pioneering meme cat, Grumpy Cat! AKA: Tardar Sauce! Yes, she's ascended to a higher plane, but this is a celebration of her life!
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For more amazing kitty pick-me-ups, check out Haggis the Scottish Fold: https://haggisthecat.tumblr.com/ and his cousin, Monte: https://www.instagram.com/monte_carbstock/
Join us as we discuss the movie version of Stardust, starring Claire Danes, Charlie Cox, and Michelle Pfieffer! This is a very special episode. Not just because we get to briefly discuss Red Dwarf and thought of briefly having man-bits - but because we have our first guest! And she's awesome! It's Sunni from Book of Lies!
Join us this week as Jane shares a historical bedtime story about a woman accused of being a witch, Jenny brings us down further by talking about a very rad (but lonely) tortoise, and Linda brings us back up by talking about boobies and turtle sex!
Promo for our friends at Friends and Flayers and a shoutout to our buds at Origin of Speakcies!
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This week, we’re covering our first book in the show! It’s a beloved book by one of our most beloved authors – Stardust by Neil Gaiman. Join us as we discuss a little trivia and our favorite and-not-so-favorite parts of the story, and gush about how amazing Neil Gaiman is. By the way, have you been watching the DC shows on CW? Because God damn it Jane has.
In this episode, Jane talks about the first recorded instance where a person was executed for witchcraft (warning: it's a huge downer) and Jenny tells us about the pigeon who saved 198 men in WWI. Linda discusses pigeon genitalia?
To adopt a pigeon or a dove or just to give money to an awesome organization, check out Palomacy at https://www.pigeonrescue.org/
This week, Jane and Linda discuss the final movie in Argento’s Three Mothers Trilogy: Mother of Tears (2007). Linda discusses the oogyness of directing a nude scene of your adult daughter and Jane shares her concern over ghost blueballs. Also, we talk about how amazing Moran Atias is.
Keep listening at the end for a promo from our friends at Drunk Dish Podcast!
Join us as Jenny talks about our Favorite Familiar: Bear! Bear is a dog with OCD. This means he's not the greatest dog for cuddling. However, it also means he's an amazing, heroic dog who has been able to find and rescue koalas in Australia. She also shares a way that you can help koalas who have been affected by the wildfires. Check it out!
This week, we continue our conversation on Dario Argento's The Three Mothers Trilogy with Inferno (1980). Linda discusses words that bother people and stupid b moments in movies. Jane fawns over the perfect witch.
We tried to stay positive.
Linda wants to start 2020 right so she comes clean and confesses an embarrassing secret. Also, the girls decided they were too harsh with The Knight Before Christmas and decided to discuss what they like about the movie. I hope you don't love Milo & Otis, because we're about to ruin it.
Join us as we discuss the first in Dario Argento's Mother Trilogy: Suspiria.
We talk about the benefits of having a room for your barbed wire and how stupid-hot and awesome Joan Bennett was.
Sorry for the audio issues. We promise the sound quality is better in our next one.
Did you know that there is a Christmas Witch? Did you know that she predates Santa Claus? I didn't. Jane teaches us about La Befana and Jenny tells us about the sweet, adorable, delightful treasure who was Lil BUB.
If you would like to support Lil BUB's Big Fund for the ASPCA, here's the link! https://secure.aspca.org/donate/lilbub
Stay tuned at the end for a promo for 3 Fat Nerds Pod!
This week, the girls discuss one of the great loves of their lives: The Muppets! Lucky for them, The Muppets made a movie involving witches: Muppet's Wizard of Oz. Linda spotlights her favorite character, Pepe, and Jane discusses one of Ashanti's latest projects. They both yearn for a better part for Statler and Waldorf.
Stay tuned at the end for an amazing promo for our friends at 3 Spooked Girls!
In this, our second minisode, we finally meet our co-co-host, Jenny! She tells us the amazing story of Lulu the Pig who saved a woman's life! She also tells us about her beloved pig, Truffles, and an awesome pig sanctuary called Ironwood (http://www.ironwoodpigs.org/)
Sadly, Jane's beloved kitty passed away and she (understandably) couldn't study a history story this week. In the episode, I say that her schedule wouldn't allow for it, because I didn't know if it was okay to share that information. So, do us a favor and give your furry children some extra love for us!
This week, Linda and Jane discuss the 2018 version of Suspiria. Linda gives a brief report on the awesomeness of Tilda Swinton and Jane briefly discusses RAF and Berlin in 1977. Make sure you get a good stretch before this episode.
In our first minisode, Jane shares the story of some badass ladies, The Night Witches, and Linda shares the story of her next tattoo – our favorite familiar, Sergeant Stubby.
Jane is kicking herself for not mentioning that Marina Rashkova recieved the first state funeral and Linda is kicking herself for not finding Stubby the Dog earlier in her life.
In this episode, we discuss the 90's Disney cult classic, Hocus Pocus. Linda dives into some information explaining just how awesome Doug Jones is (he WAS kind of a hot zombie, right? Right?) and Jane talks about watching the movie with children and explaining how cats die. They both talk about how Binx probably spent years trying to find a way to die. Oh, yeah. Did we mention that Max is a virgin? Cuz he is.
HOCUS POCUS, EVERYBODY!
While we cover the Angela Lansbury classic, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, we ask the most important questions, like: What would have happened if Miss Price really fought Hitler's forces? AND What's that got to do with my knob?
Join Linda and Jane as we provide colorful commentary and dive deep into the history of this classic witchy movie as well as Dame Lansbury.
This is a quick introduction to our show! Every other week, Jane and Linda will cover a witchy movie, television show, or story from history, comics, or novels. We'll also cover our favorite familiars and witch's brews!