In honor of St. Valentine's Day, we let our significant others pick the movies we would be forced to watch this week. We start with Richard Gere and Pretty Woman (1:20) -- then When Harry Met Sally (17:27) -- and finally, three hours and twenty solid minutes of Anne of Green Gables! (32:58) Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
The guys take a look at the winners (Oprah fans) and losers (all of us) of the 2018 Golden Globes (5:21) -- Then, for the time being, it's apparently full steam ahead for all the mutant movies at Fox (32:18) -- And finally, Rian Johnson and Star Wars: The Last Jedi take a 50 minute arse-beating from two of your three favorite podcasters (38:24) -- Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
The guys are back with a gigantic episode full of NEWS! Naughty news, future news, movie news... Disney bought Fox and we'll tell you why all nerds should rejoice. Meanwhile, Warner Brothers turns their DC movies into a pile of used tires and Joss Whedon throws a match. Plus, reviews of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Thor: Ragnarok, Stranger Things 2, and more. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
You expect the best from us on Halloween and this year we bring you three horror movies from three different eras of Hollywood... The Birds (1963), Fright Night (1985), and The Strangers (2008). Also, a notice to all sneezers: Allen doesn't want to bless you anymore. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
It's a Force Watch episode! Todd offers up the cult classic Halloween III and we analyze it like never before. Bugs, snakes, androids, Stonehenge, a surprising lack of witches... This thing keeps you guessing, but we'll guide you to safety.
45 mins of misery and Kathy Bates is not involved. We're sad and we're letting it all out. US Soccer ruined Scott's year, we lost a couple of legends in Tom Petty and Bobby Heenan, Justice League looks ready to spread sadness in theaters across the country, and no misery party is complete without Harvey Weinstein. BUT, James Gunn cheers us up with some good news on Thor: Ragnarok. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
It's a Force Watch episode! This time it's Stallone at his absolute Stalloniest in 1986's Cobra. Brigitte Nielsen, a ghost director, horrible dialogue, inexplicable editing... this thing has it all. And for good measure, we even wrap things up by debating the fan movement to make Luke Skywalker bisexual. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
Someone needs to be fired at Marvel TV and his name rhymes with Jeph Loeb. But first, the guys remember Kentucky native Harry Dean Stanton, discuss demon clowns and reflect on poor hygiene. "Mother!" messed with Allen's head. Then, stick around for three minutes with the Mini Chief himself, Henry Sheene. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
We have a ton of Hollywood news to catch up on and the guys give all of it the thumbs up or thumbs down during a game of Yay or Nay. Plus, detailed analysis of a month's worth of Space Cops episodes. We make Todd taste test a new Pepsi and he makes us watch the worst movie of all the movies. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
- James Bond, Knight Rider, Captain Marvel, Avatar, The Munsters... (5:00)
- Is Wonder Woman a serious contender for Best Picture? (24:30)
- Space Cops 4-7 (33:10)
- 1893 Pepsi Taste Test (52:50)
- Force Watch: The Greasy Strangler (59:28)
The guys celebrate the 4th of July with their favorite patriotic movies and do a full breakdown of the first two episodes of Space Cops. Then... two listeners had dreams about Walk Softly and they're insane, the trash fire that is Battle of the Network Stars, Wonder Woman, and the summer movie season so far. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
The guys dig deep on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2; James Gunn's ascension at Marvel and Joss Whedon's fall from grace, Walkman prices spike on eBay... Then, would you pay for a prop from your favorite TV show (24:20)? A bad Memorial Day at the box office. And we finish strong with an incredible Dolph Lundgren story (56:15) and Saturday Night Live ramblings. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
It's the summer of Todd! The guys start with a review of Iron Fist (3:15) and Todd's Netflix habits. Then, it's time for Force Watch. Breakdown and analysis of Petey Wheatstraw: the Devil's Son in Law (26:00), remembering the great Rudy Ray Moore, and a brief history of Blaxploitation cinema. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.