John & Pat learn to stop blaming the universe for their problems and start blaming themselves, since they chose these movies. A positive move in terms of therapy, but not so much in terms of entertainment. Join us for the thrills, won’t you?
John & Pat use their precious time – and influence – to inform you of 2 of the most overlooked and forgotten gems in cinema history. You’re welcome. Send cash via Venmo. k thx byeeeee!
David returns for a bonus Halloween episode – because in 2020, time is entirely meaningless.
(Watch One Cut of the Dead before watching this episode! Seriously! Also, don’t read about it before watching it. Just go watch it now!)
David returns for a look at film noir – one considered a classic of the genre, one that’s better known for its theme song. Have fun figuring out which is which!
David Schneider returns to discuss these classics of Asian cinema, and someone on the podcast hates one of the films. Listen to find out who! (Hint: it’s not who you think)
The fall of the Berlin Wall vs. the Trump impeachment hearings – these are just a few of the things we won’t be discussing in favor of the mostly terrible pop detritus foisted upon us in these two forgettable years.
John & Pat argue about whether Stranger Things sucks and other politically-charged debates about these troubled times.
John & Pat pick their top 10 pop culture artifacts from 2018. Will The Big Bang Theory finally make the cut? Only their hairdressers know for sure.
Michael Morris is back to help celebrate the season with a couple holiday classics that teach us that the true meaning of Christmas is character actors, boxers on 50 year-olds, bisexuality, and blacksploitation versions of The Christmas Carol.
Michael Morris returns for the umpteenth time in the umpteenth episode about godawful movies no one should ever be forced to watch. And yet we watch them freely, because we hate ourselves.