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New York Times

Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 37, discussing the HBO series Lovecraft Country, the idea of musical anachronism, and how to effectively pull off genre mixing.

Sting Lacson's original rating: 7/10
    Jamie Chung: +0.05
    Jurnee Smollett: +0.05
Sting Lacson's final rating: 7.1/10
Rachel's rating: 7.1/10
Final rating: 7.1/10

New York Times

Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 36, discussing the Netflix film The Trial of the Chicago 7, the awesome writing of Aaron Sorkin, and the types of films and their literary equivalent.

Rating: 8.55/10

nymag.com

Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 35, discussing the HBO series Raised By Wolves, attempting to define "high science fiction", and debating on whether pregnant androids are human.

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel


Rating: 7.45/10

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 34, discussing the Netflix film Enola Holmes, staying true to the essence of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes character, and breaking the fourth wall.

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel


Rating: 6.7/10

Decider.com

Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 33, discussing the Netflix film The Devil All the Time, the Netflix trend of having long running times for films, and the spectacular performances of Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel


Rating: 7/10

The Hollywood Reporter

Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 32, a DCT Classics episode, discussing HBO's The Sopranos, why it is not a structurally perfect TV show, and the pros and cons of too accurately reflecting the misogynistic and macho culture of the Mafia.

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel


Rating: 8.65/10

ABS-CBN News

Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 31, discussing Peninsula, how this is not strictly a sequel to Train to Busan, and thoughts on the drive-in cinema experience.

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel


Peninsula rating: 7/10
Drive-in cinema rating: 7.2/10


Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 30, paying tribute to Mr. Chadwick Boseman (1976-2020), discussing his movies 42 (2013), Marshall (2017), Black Panther (2018), and Da 5 Bloods (2020).

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel


Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 29, discussing Disney's Mulan (2020), how this should not be compared to the 1998 animated version, and how this is like the Black Panther for Asians (arguably).

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel

Rating: 6.8/10

Variety

Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 28, discussing HBO's Perry Mason, the great 1930s America period feel, and the awesome character of Della Street.

Background music used is from Perry Mason: Season 1 (Music From the HBO Series) by Terence Blanchard.

Hosts: Sting Lacson and Rachel

Rating: 7.7/10

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