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The Guest Room Podcast

Larry Ganni hosts an almost weekly podcast with a rotating cast of friends (including his wife, the brilliant Dr. Jessica Ganni) in which they talk about various pop-culture topics including movies, television, music, even the occasional book. An aspiring musician, Larry also attempts to entertain with his somewhat above average drumming and rather middle of the road vocals. The conversations are friendly, funny, occasionally vulgar, and often heartfelt. Sit back, put your feet up, and enjoy your stay in The Guest Room!

Jul 23, 2017

Larry is joined by Cadwell and Elliot as they discuss War for the Planet of the Apes. They get into the craft, CGI, the greatness of Andy Serkis, how this movie ranks among the others in the reboot trilogy, and how said trilogy stands up against some of the all time greats, including Star Wars and Lord of the Rings....


Jul 9, 2017

This week Larry offers a review of Spider-Man: Homecoming, the reboot of the reboot which is also a sequel to a Captain America movie that is kind of an Avengers movie. Regardless, Larry gets into the nuts and bolts of this installment and then ranks the live-action Spider-Man movies in order from worst to first. 


Jun 19, 2017

After a brief eulogy for Oscar winning director John G. Avildsen, director of Rocky and The Karate Kid, he is joined by Dr. Jess and Ashley for a discussion about the Lord of the Rings trilogy, which Ashley hadn't seen and wanted to discuss. The trio get into the details, including their favorite characters, the actors,...


Jun 13, 2017

This week there's another Doctor in The Guest Room! Larry, Dr. Jess, and Ashley are joined by Guest Room rookie and Wonder Woman fanatic Dr. April to review the iconic superhero's big screen, um, wonder. After acknowledging the passing of the great Adam West, they get into all the details, the performances, visuals,...


Jun 5, 2017

Larry begins this episode with a tribute to his recently departed Aunt Patty, who was integral in his life growing up, particularly in his appreciation of movies. He then pays tribute to our first fallen James Bond, Sir Roger Moore. After that things get a little less serious as he's joined by Greg O. for an epic...