This week your Queer hosts Irene, Allen, and Brooke take a look at the Netflix movie Open House. It’s water heaters that turn themselves off, strangely ornate but unlit basements, and the notorious Mr. Boots on this episode of Streaming Unicorn Podcast. Subscribe, rate, and review us at these podcast streaming services! Listen on iTunes
Join your hosts Monday where we take you on a journey to the mountains in the Netflix Original Open House.
We’re baaaaaack! Your favorite Queer hosts return in a brand new season! In this one, we sing a lot of songs, say a lot of inappropriate things, and check out the Netflix Original Mute! Music Box version of Heart Shaped box Subscribe, rate, and review us at these podcast streaming services! Listen on iTunes Listen
Waiting isn’t easy but we’re back! Season 2 starts Monday April 23 and we will face off against the Netflix Original Mute. Alex Skarsgård plays a mute Amish man hot for a stripper waitress and Paul Rudd plays a creepy doctor with a porn-stache! PLUS, find out some of the surprises we have in store
Hey Unicorn Brigade! We are one week away from the first episode of Season 2 and we are SO EXCITED about some of the new things we are bringing you this season! We don’t want to give away too much so be sure to subscribe on your podcast app and stand by as we return
Our last show of the season is packed with goodness! We announce the winner of the contest and the new fan name, we discuss sex outdoors, our misspent youth, and sneaking out of the house as part of our review of the film Landline. Along with a whole lot of singing random songs and tons
Join us for the last show of the season, Landline, now streaming on Amazon Prime!
In our episode on Will You Take This Man, we referenced a couple of things that really just serve to show how old Brooke and Allen are. As promised, here they are: 1.) Sweet Pickles Back in ’85 the sweet pickles bus was the hot shit. I didn’t have it and neither did anyone I
Allen, Brooke and Irene get sidetracked this episode talking about megaladons, poly relationships, farting, coming out to your parents, casual racism, challenging bias, gay strip bars, lordess of the dance, lemons in armpits, and hot dog water. We also focus enough to throw birdseed when opposites attract and friend and family dynamics mingle in their
Anxiety, excitement, nerves, romance…all the maelstrom of emotions two can handle prior to wedded bliss…then throw in friend and family dynamics, surprises and more in next week’s review of Do You Take This Man