Category Archives: Podcast

Steel Dawn & Donnie Darko

We close out Swayze September with some of his lesser-celebrated roles. First up, pure water becomes scarce after World War III, and only one man can protect the only source of pure water left in STEEL DAWN. Then things get brain achy as Swayze plays a child predator in DONNIE DARKO.

Next Of Kin (1982) & Next Of Kin (1989)

This episode weirdly starts out salute to Patrick Swayze, as we don’t know until the very end that we’re doing Swayze September. First, we head over to the outback as we take over a creepy retirement home in NEXT OF KIN. Then we take our street smarts and become a cop in Chicago looking for our brother’s killer in NEXT OF KIN.

3:15 The Moment Of Truth & The Principal

In the 80s, gangs were the biggest problem facing every single high school in America. Let’s take a look at two examples of this problem. First up we welcome Jim Belushi to try and clean up the hallways of an inner city school with THE PRINCIPLE. Then we are ready for a fight in 3:15 The Moment Of Truth.

Taxi Driver & The King Of Comedy

This episode it’s all about Martin Scorcese films with Robert DeNiro as an obsessive psychopath. First up, we look at how an obsessive Robert DeNiro takes on pimps and politicians in TAXI DRIVER. Then we see how DeNiro deals with obsessive fandom in THE KING OF COMEDY.

The Barbarians & Think Big

We’re in double trouble as Noah picks two movies starring The Barbarian Brothers. First up, it’s double the Conan, double the fun in THE BARBARIANS. Then we hit the road as the brothers are truckers that try and stop a corporation from stealing an electronic device for evil means in THINK BIG.

The Secret Of Nimh & An American Tail

We’re checking out two Don Bluth animated features. As a bonus, Dom DeLuise is in both! First up we immigrate from Russia in the hopes of there being no cats in AN AMERICAN TAIL. Then we try and move our house with the use of an amulet in THE SECRET OF NIMH.

Killer Klowns From Outer Space & Morons From Outer Space

This is being released on May 27th totally on purpose because it is the 35th anniversary of Killer Klowns From Outer Space being released. It has nothing to do with being lazy and just not editing the show in a timely manner and this date proved to be a perfect time to release the episode. Completely planned out and on purpose. Totally. 

We’re meeting some beings from outer space in this episode. First, we find out what happens when we make aliens celebrities in MORONS FROM OUTER SPACE. Then things get weird as some aliens come down that look just like clowns in KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE!

Highlander & Pet Sematary 2

We’re celebrating Clancy Brown with two of his genre films. First up, there can be only one as the Kurgin tries to stay immortal in HIGHLANDER. Then he tries to teach his stepson some manners and that sometimes Dead Is Better in PET SEMATARY 2.

Seven Hours To Judgment & Night Of The Running Man

This episode we take a look at two films where our heroes are running to something or away from something. First up, Beau Bridges is a judge who is forced to find the evidence to convict a killer, or his wife dies, in SEVEN HOURS TO JUDGMENT. Then, Andrew McCarthy finds a briefcase full of money and wants to make sure he never gets caught with it in NIGHT OF THE RUNNING MAN.

Hero At Large & Dead Husbands

This week we’re reviewing films from one of our favorite comedic actors in John Ritter. First up, we take a look at a superhero film that sees John Ritter take on the persona of Captain Avenger in HERO AT LARGE. Then John Ritter is fearing for his life in DEAD HUSBANDS.

The Bride of Frankenstein

Tonight, Bryan and I say goodbye. Last year we set out on a journey to see how well some of the highest (and lowest) regarded horror movies stood up to the viewing of a newbie to horror. There were some surprises along the way for sure. And while there are plenty more movies to watch, at this point we’re passing the torch to you, the listener to decide what’s good and what’s bad. We leave you with one last classic, The Bride of Frankenstein.