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A movie podcast that isn't just a bunch of straight white dudes. Comic Ricky Carmona is joined by critics Alonso Duralde (The Wrap) and April Wolfe (LA Weekly) for a fast, funny flight through film. Who Shot Ya? is news, reviews and in-depth insight, beamed directly into your ears every week.

Customer Reviews

Thank you, ma'am

Cameron Esposito is a hilarious and charming host (which you'll know if you listen to her other podcast, Put Your Hands Together). It's hard for her to talk about ANYTHING without being engaging... but when it's my favorite genre of movies (sci-fi/action)? That's appointment podcasting. I'm not quite sure what that means, but you get the idea.

I listen to a lot of podcasts, and they usually take a dozen or so episodes to find their groove. Not so with Wham Bam Pow. Episode one, and it's already fantastic. Breaking the show up into segments keeps things focused and moving. Discussion about movies you love with jokes aplenty. What more could you ask for?

Would hate to be stuck on an elevator with these people

This trio is not particularly funny. You can tell because they laugh at their own lame jokes. Edgeless, cloying, faux-sincerity. For some reason they’re reviewing “action sci-fi” movies even though they seem to look down their noses at the genres. It’s like an NPR podcast for people who don’t understand pop culture but want to have a banal, condescending opinion about it.

Are they really action fans?

Cameron is supposedly an action fan, but she hates on four out of five movies a review. Are you sure you actually like action movies Cameron? She doesn't like hunger games, avengers, Capt. America, divergent, or just about anything else. After listening to her and the gang for six months, I had to unsubscribe. I just got tired of all the hate. Ricky is cool though.