In the wake of the Mueller report, there are choices to make for both parties. Plus film critic Christian Toto joins the program.More
Will Marvel’s Avengers End Game and Star Wars Episode 9 cave to political correctness? Christian Toto, Editor of HollywoodInToto.com, is an award-winning movie critic and podcaster. Christian and Dave talk, politics ,entertainment, movies and MORE! Follow Christian at https://twitter.com/HollywoodInToto.More
The Smart Girls welcome newest sponsor Stamps.com to the show! This week we talk with film critic and podcaster Christian Toto about the Oscar line-up, predictions and surprises. Also, this week’s Smart Girl Salute goes out to an actress-turned-activist who embodies the courage and feistiness of all Smart Girls everywhere.
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If we didn’t see it coming, we won’t see it came! Four ways our pundits talk nonsense. Plus Christian Toto of @HollywoodinToto joins me to discuss the year in movies and sex scandals.More
A Best/Worst list and Star Wars: The Last Jedi hasn’t even come out yet? Yep. Movie reviewer Christian Toto fills us in on the movies that worth seeing this year and those that weren’t worth the money.More
Stories for you today: Net neutrality supporters have taken to issuing death threats; Nikki Haley tells to China to cut off oil to North Korea … or else; and, yes, your Amazon Echos and Google Homes are watching you. Plus, Christian Toto stops by to preview movies coming out in December. (Yes, there are movies other than Star Wars!) Question of the Day: Why are you a conservative?More
Stories for you today: Some Democrat Attorneys General have it out for the Little Sisters of the Poor; the Girl Scouts say you shouldn’t force your kids to hug their relatives on Thanksgiving; and a look at what was on the menu at the first Thanksgiving. Christian Toto of HollywoodinToto.com stops by with movie recommendations for the Thanksgiving weekend. Question/Challenge of the Day: Ruin Thanksgiving with four words.More
Stories for you today: Hillary Clinton will guest edit the December edition of the always-odious Teen Vogue; the story of fired Dallas D.A. Jody Warner proves women are abusers, too; and the Museum of the Bible opens today in Washington, DC. Also, conservative movie critic Christian Toto of HollywoodInToto drops by to talk about new movies Justice League and The Star. Question of the Day: Marvel vs. DC — which universe do you prefer?
For years, conservatives have been complaining that the left dominates the culture. Now, Donald Trump is fighting back — in his own inimitable way — and conservatives are too high-minded to join in! Film critic Christian Toto joins me to discuss.More
Tragic. CNN’s Jim Acosta runs head first into common sense. Little of him survives. Plus Disney Princesses get molested! And Christian Toto talks summer films.More
Our president is a flawed guy, no question, but the alliance between Big Media and the Big State is a lot more dangerous to the country. Plus Christian Toto joins me to talk about hateful lefty celebs.More
Host Teri Christoph talks about the CPAC/Milo Yiannopoulos controversy (resisting the urge to call this episode “When they go low, we go Milo”) and how Milo might be the key to a conservative resurgence. Film critic Christian Toto of HollywoodinToto.com stops by in the second half of the show to give a preview of the Oscars.More
If you plan to watch some movies over Christmas and New Year’s, this is the podcast for you! Host Teri Christoph is joined by conservative film reviewer Christian Toto, of the website HollywoodinToto.com, to discuss the best and worst films of the year. And Christian answers the age-old question: Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?More
This week, The Conservatarians welcome movie reviewer Christian Toto to pick the best and worst films of 2016. Christian is an award-winning journalist, member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and founder of the website Hollywood In Toto and the HiT Podcast.
This week, The Conservatarians, aka Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — welcome movie critic Christian Toto to talk about the best films of the summer and the movie industry in general. Jon and Stephen also chat about John Oliver’s dishonesty on charter schools, and the latest developments in the election.
Intro and outro music is “Heads Will Roll” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Stephen’s song of the week is “You Ask Me To” by Waylon Jennings, and Jon’s is “Cumbia de Donde” by Calexico. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist! You should also subscribe to this podcast and give it five-star, glowing reviews on iTunes.More