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Christian Toto is an award-winning journalist, conservative film critic and radio show co-host. The Hollywood in Toto Podcast offers the 'Right' take on Entertainment.
HiT gives an inside look at the life of a film critic, recommends the 'other' show from 'Fleabag' creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge and talks to comedian David Deeble about laughing through life's obstacles.
HiT takes on critics who blindly attacked 'No Safe Spaces,' recommends Disney Plus' new 'Star Wars' series and talks to 'Everbody Calm Down' host Jimmy Failla on what's crushing late night comedy
HiT shares some good news in our divisive times, recommends the one movie to see before 'Ford vs. Ferrari' and talks to 'No Safe Spaces' director Justin Folk about free speech under assault.
HiT mocks critics suffering Trump Derangement Syndrome, shares a spooky new film that's perfect for Halloween and lets Midge Costin share why her documentary, Making Waves, gives these artists their richly deserved close up.
HiT shares the Left's new tactic against right-leaning art, recommends a killer '70s biopic and chat with writer/director Brian Presley about why Hollywood needs a movie like 'The Great Alaskan Race' right about now.
HiT describes the silliest attacks on the new 'Joker' film, talks to an author who bridges the gap betwen fact and fiction and chats with artist John Rivoli about conquering the digital landscape and teaming up with a fellow artist ... named Sylvester Stallone.
HiT shares the scariest part of the 'Joker' movie debate, recommends a summer original that defied all odds and talks to Alexandre O. Philippe about his latest cinematic deep dive - 'Memory: The Origins of Alien.'
We break down why critics loathe 'Rambo: Last Blood,' recommend a new horror film from the 'Quiet Place' scribes and talk to New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz about the truth behind those PC scolds.
HiT shares some rare good news on the Cancel Culture front, recommends a smart horror film with a lousy marketing pitch and talks to guitarist turned comic Brian Haner about the price he pays for making Red State USA laugh.
HiT breaks down Will & GraceGate, recommends an minor '80s classic starring Teri Garr and chats with film historian Chris Yogerst on how 'The Hunt's cancellation isn't anything new.
HiT explains why Hollywood can't get enough of Roger Ailes, shares the latest unhinged rant from Ron Perlman and talks to's Paul Asay about what TV gets right, and so very wrong, about Christianity.
HiT wonders if these liberal comics will finally speak out against PC culture, recommends a grisly superhero story with one big caveat and talks to Scott Johnston about how his 'Campusland' novel skewers PC groupthink.
HiT shares how a prominent comedy club let the Heckler's Veto win, talks to Threedonia's Jim Culver about another woke failure and learns how Mike Erwin and Galen Wright's new series merges great storytelling with bedrock values.
HiT see the bright side of a dismal summer movie season, recommends a searing, fact-based drama and talks to Dangerous Documentaries founder Jake Klein about the rise of woke culture.
The HiT 'cast shares why Cancel Culture won't nail Quentin Tarantino (yet) and interviews's Glenn Reynolds about his new book, 'The Social Media Upheaval.' You won't look at Twitter or Facebook the same way again.
The HiT 'cast reveals The View's most embarrassing moment of the year, talks to a musician who refuses to follow liberal groupthink and lets author Mike Baron explain why he never lectures his readers.
HiT shames Showtime for laughing at the new conservative blacklist, recommends a movie savaged by woke critics and talks to ad guru Dan Granger on the folly of knee-jerk boycotts.
HiT debunks a Hollywood Reporter story about conservative comedy, mocks Mia Farrow for praising a murderous thug and talks to filmmaker Nate Adams about why Mad Magazine still matters.
The HiT 'cast reviews two woker than woke duds, recommends a brawdy British comedy with bite and talks to filmmaker Joseph Granda about accepting divine inspiration without qualifiers.
HiT details a very scary week for free speech, recommends a father-friendly doc with a twist and talks with Ben Henderson about his bold approach to comic book storytelling.
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