Oak Island Treasure – Jonah Show Episode 2-5

Call up Indiana Jones, because the Oak Island Treasure may be the greatest discovery that’s been, well, undiscovered. Jonah Anderson discusses the mystery… could it be Marie Antoinette’s jewels? Or The Rock’s secret to massive muscles? Listen and find out!


Dyatlov Pass – Jonah Show Episode 2-4

Hikers go into the Russian mountains, and they don’t come out! Jonah Anderson discusses a classic mystery. We’re “russian’ you to watch it now!



Elisa Lam Hotel Mystery – Jonah Show Episode 2-3

Water tanks and strange surveillance videos

Jonah dissects the mystery of Elisa Lam, a young woman found dead in a hotel rooftop water tank. Accident or murder? Jonah Anderson has all the answers. Plus, more discussion of Planet Earth’s all-time greatest person – The Rock!


Best Movies of 2014 – Top 5 – T&A Reviews

Part 2 of Tyler and Angela Wilson’s discussion of the Best Movies of 2014. It’s our Top Five movies of the year! There’s some heated disagreement on “Interstellar,” a whole lot of love for “Boyhood” and those boyhood Lego toys, and some of Tyler’s favorites that just missed his Top 10.

Forget about Academy Awards and listen to our opinions! We’re cooler. And look for more T&A reviews in 2015 at Northwest Podcasts.

Check out Part 1 (picks 10-6) of our discussion of the Best Movies of 2014.


Best Movies of 2014 – #10-6 T&A Reviews

Tyler and Angela are back with T&A reviews… Get your mind out of the gutter! They get the final word on the Best Movies of 2014, just before the Academy Awards get everything wrong.

It’s a show so good, we had to split it into two parts. Get ready for lively discussion on the movies that made Angela punch Tyler’s shoulder in delight, as well as movies Angela couldn’t be bothered to see. We’ve got patriotic superheroes, stoned detectives, Swedish schoolchildren and Tom Cruise getting killed over and over again.

Listen now, and go here for Part 2 of our discussion – Our top five movies of 2014!


Smiley Face Killers – Jonah Show Ep. 2-2

Connected murders or crazy theory?

Jonah Anderson discusses The Smiley Face Killers Theory, focusing on accidental drownings around the country that may be something more nefarious. It’s a totally real theory, as evidenced by this Wikipedia page. Jonah shares a personal story with a spooky and/or irrelevant connection to the case, plus Jonah and Tyler check in on The Rock.

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Jonah Show Season 2 Premiere! Tommy Wiseau and DB Cooper

Tommy Wiseau meets Jonah Anderson – and Tommy might be a master criminal

Welcome to a brand new season of THE JONAH SHOW! It’s episode 2-1, and it’s all about Jonah’s experience meeting Tommy Wiseau, genius creator of “The Room.” Jonah talks about seeing Tommy’s newest project, as well as a new theory that may solve a decades-old case. Plus, as always, we check in with The Rock!


Cinephile Reborn #4 – Magnolia Revisited

Fred returns to “Magnolia” and reconsiders his profane, two-word review

Fred didn’t like “Magnolia.” In fact, he hated it. This made Tyler crazy. How could this MASTERPIECE not be appreciated by the typically level-headed Mr. McNeill? Now, 15 years after its release, Fred and Tyler reexamine Paul Thomas Anderson’s sprawling drama.

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Cinephile Reborn #3 – Remembering Robin Williams

Fred and Tyler grew up on the movies of Robin Williams. “Aladdin” and “Mrs. Doubtfire” came at the perfect time for two young, impressionable cinephiles. Now they discuss the late actor’s best and most memorable work, as well as some of the lesser known but great performances. No, we’re not talking about “RV.”

Robin Williams as Mork

Cinephile Reborn #2 – Fred hunts the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

Cinephile Reborn #2 – Fred hunts the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

Fred doesn’t see many movies these days, something that will change thanks to the Cinephile Reborn podcast and the insistence of his good pal Tyler. Luckily, Fred caught up with Tyler’s favorite movie of 2013, Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street.” Fred and Tyler discuss the film and where it falls in Scorsese’s filmography.