I Hate It But I Love It

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Hateful optimists and loving pessimists Kat Angus and Jocelyn Geddie break down movies, TV shows, music, and whatever else that they totally despise… but also really adore at the same time. With the occasional confused special guest! IHIBILI everyone. Produced by www.FromSuperheroes.com for The From Superheroes Network. read less

Our Editor's Take

Kat Angus and Jocelyn Geddie host the I Hate It But I Love It podcast. On the show, they review their favorite "worst" pop culture productions. Some movies, like Planet of the Apes or Maid In Manhattan, are fun to watch, even when awful. Kat, Jocelyn, and their guests laugh as they discuss the shows, films, and songs people love to hate.

On the podcast, Jocelyn and Kat discuss thrillers, comedies, and shows that need help figuring out their genre. When chatting about season six of Black Mirror, the two discover that the show can be funny. The series aims to be a frightening and satiric reflection of today's society. Sometimes, it's so ridiculous that they can't help laughing. Some episodes are "super sad" or "not at all funny."

In another episode, they talk about The Kingsman: The Secret Service. The film features actor Samuel L. Jackson, one of Jocelyn and Kat's absolute favorites. The podcast dedicates the whole month of September to him. When reviewing the movie, the hosts try to decide whether he's paying tribute to James Bond or mocking him. Either way, Kat and Jocelyn will always be his fans.

During "July-ia Roberts Month," the podcast celebrates beloved actress Julia Roberts. The hosts laugh about Stepmom and Eat Pray Love. Kat and Jocelyn think everyone in Stepmom is a "B-Hole," but they still love to watch it. In other episodes, the pair discusses action films like Total Recall, Robocop, and Commando. Listeners also hear about the latest remakes and new pop culture podcasts, like The Big Flop.

Kat and Jocelyn are both writers. Kat is also an editor who celebrates girls who play video games. Jocelyn describes herself as a "recovering academic." She also counts herself among Canada's comedians. She's written for The Snoopy Show and Sunday Night Live with the Sketchersons. I Hate It But I Love It comes from the Superheroes Network.

I Hate It But I Love It recognizes that sometimes the things people like best are still terrible. Jocelyn and Kat share their feelings in new episodes each Wednesday.

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