For the past 16 years we’ve been doing Feast of Fun, our end of the year show is sometimes called “The Year of Hell,” and while this year has been especially challenging, it hasn’t been all bad.
Joining us to look back on the year are two of our favorite comedians we’ve had on the show, Matt Brown who now interviews Black divas on his Youtube channel and Dan Cass whose parody of Steve from Blues Clues really stroked our funny bone.
Today we continue our holiday tradition of presenting strange and twisted Christmas music we think you ought to hear.
Joining us is our pal Manny Petty for a live incredibly strange Christmas music session where Manny helps us parody some rotten Christmas songs. Fausto joins in on the act with a campy cover of our personal favorite Mae West holiday classic: Put the Loot in the Boot Santa.
60 years later, West Side Story is back, this time directed by Stephen Speilberg with new lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, a new book by Tony Kushner and Executive Produced by and starring Rita Moreno in a new role as the motherly Valentina.
The remake is being celebrated for its more positive portrayal of minorities, but some folks are still stung by the racist legacy of the original work and would rather see new films created for and by Puerto Rican people.
Today we take a look at Stephen Speilberg’s remake of West Side Story, what changes they made, why the box office numbers are low and why you will love it!
Feast of Fun first began in 2005, when there were only about 50 podcasts in the world and most of them were people doing Sex and the City epsiode recaps.
16 years and 3001 shows later, there are millions of podcasts participating in the great conversation of life, love and viral memes.
Today our good friend Kerthy Fix is interviewing the best guests in the world: us! Kerthy is best known as the on-camera producer Kerthy from the MTV series Teen Mom and for creating documentary films that examine the creative lives of LGBTQ musicians.
It’s the 3000th episode of Feast of Fun, the Gay Talk Show that (accoring to Apple) “helped pave the way to bring podcasting from an underground movement to a mainstream phenomenon.”
Today we celebrate like a bridesmaid at a destination wedding who’s had way too much to drink. We are spilling all the delicious tea, iced of course and looking at how everyone’s lives have changed as a result of podcasting, the Internet and Feast of Fun.
When people hear about muscle worship, where jacked up guys get oiled up, kissed and caressed by their admirers, the reaction usually is either titillation or distaste.
But for those turned on by a muscles, it is an exhilarating celebration of the body.
Today we’re talking to Muscle Worship Bill, whose anonymous Instagram account states “I pay to worship muscle.”