Episode 34: May 26, 2017 Podcast recommendations, we test if whiskey goes bad in a flask over a year, a 1974 history quiz, what's reality and what's perception, and we also discuss the movie at some point.
Episode 33: May 19, 2017 Bird puking dogs, nanotechnology, and Chad's ability to outlift Christian Bale while intoxicated are discussed as we close out the Terminator franchise.
Episode 32: May 13, 2017 The shelf life of Twinkies, Chad taking a pie to the face, and women with a make-up addiction catch a break in the apocalypse are discussed.
Episode 31: May 5, 2017 Chad wears a dress and tries to redeem himself as we discuss John Connor's whininess, Schwarzenegger's pay day, and the non-stop car chase that is Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.
Episode 30: April 29, 2017 We continue the Terminator franchise and debate whether Terminator 2: Judgement Day is the best in the franchise.
Episode 29: April 21, 2017 We kick off Terminator month with the original. Chad gets nice and drugged up as we discuss the film, our lack of 80's trivia knowledge, and Cameron's potentially misogynistic portrayal of Sarah Connor.
Episode 28: April 10, 2017 -We finish out, "so bad they are good," movie month with a Lake Placid and Under Siege double feature. Chad & Brian's trip to the mall, the American legend that is Steven Seagal, and puppy fighting is discussed.
Episode 27: April 3, 2017 - We close out our 2017 Horror Movie Icon Sweet Sixteen with the Final Four and finally the Championship. How did your favorites fare?
Episode 26: March 31, 2017 - We are at the Final Four for our 2017 Horror Movie Icon Sweet Sixteen. Listen to hear who we pick to move on to the championship! We also will present special awards in pure yearbook style.
Episode 25: March 27, 2017 - In honor of March Madness, we will be breaking down and discussing the greatest horror movie icons in tournament form. We also will present special awards in pure yearbook style.
Episode 24: March 21, 2017 - We continue, "so bad, they are good," movie month with the walking, train riding, cult classic, The Warriors. Then we wheeze a little jui-uice in one of Pauly Shore's short-lived comical genius films in Encino Man.
Episode 23: March 13, 2017 - We begin, "so bad they are good," movie month with a A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge and Road House double feature. We discuss what makes these terrible 80's films worth watching. We don't play trivia, we don't discuss origins and tidbits, we don't play Rotten Tomatoes, we just discuss our thoughts on these classic horrible films.
Episode 22: March 2, 2017 - We finish out Stephen King month and pose the most important question, is The Shawshank Redemption the best Stephen King adapted film?
Episode 21: February 24, 2017 - Multitasking is the name of the game this week as we discuss the Stephen King miniseries, Rose Red while we also remove ticks from our puppy's fur after her long walk through the forest. We discuss the background to the story, Brian's Rain Man-esque ability to rattle off Ferris Bueller information, and we ponder the question does a picture say a thousand words or do we need four hours of exposition for that?
Episode 20: February 10, 2017 - Chad's foot-grabbing child, a leaking roof, and how amazing the 70's must have been are just some of the things we discuss as we start Stephen King month with the classic, Carrie.
Episode 19: February 3, 2017 - Confusion is the key word as we talk Donnie Darko. We also discuss 9/11, our upcoming, "so bad they are good movies," and what this movie is actually about.
Episode 18: January 27, 2017 - Groundhog Day is next week and what better way to celebrate than to delve into the Bill Murray classic. We have three different views from Chad's embrace of Dionysian decadence, Karina's thoughts of a depressing, dark film, and Brian just telling them to take it at face value.
Episode 17: January 23, 2017 - This is a special bonus episode where we, as lifelong Star Wars fans, give our thoughts on the newest movie Rogue One. I will reiterate that we do give spoilers so if you have not seen or are planning on seeing the film, you may not want to listen to this one yet.
Episode 16: January 20, 2017 - This week we discuss Ferris Bueller's Day Off and reasons to come to Chicago, if Ferris actually exists or is just a part of Cameron's imagination, our poor dead kitty, and Chad tries to learn the lingo of youth.
Episode 15: January 13, 2017 - John Holmes, Count Chocula and cereal porn, Richard Simmons, Matthew McConaughey's age, misogyny, and Chad's recent gift of a 1986 Pontiac Fiero are all discussed this week as we talk about Richard Linklater's, Dazed and Confused
Episode 14: January 6, 2017 - This week we start our, "teen angst" month with the quintessential 80's flick, The Breakfast Club. John Hughes seemed to bring out our philosophical side as we discussed how sterotypes are created, social norms, and what defines the film genre, musical.
Episode 13: December 30, 2016 - A traditional camping trip takes an untraditional turn in Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. We also discuss the horror/comedy genre, the loss of Carrie Fisher, and Karina's obsession with Alan Tudyk. If you have not seen the movie, please give it a watch before you give us a listen!
Episode 12: December 23, 2016 - This week we delve into the Pegg/Wright classic, Shaun of the Dead. We attack the true questions of the film including how big of a role did the Romero zombie play, their use of foreshadowing throughout the movie, and, most importantly, if dog's can look up.
Episode 11: December 16, 2016 - We close out our Christmas movie extravaganza with Brian's pick - Christmas Vacation. We investigate some of the secrets to the film, talk about our favorite Christmas movies, and discuss the oddity that is Randy Quiad.
Episode 10: December 9, 2016 - It wouldn't be the holiday season if we didn't discuss Stephen King, semen, Juggalos, and cocaine. And, in Denis Leary's The Ref there is also burglary, hostages, and talk of divorce, just in time for Christmas.
Episode 9: December 2, 2016 - Beers were shotgunned, the 80's discussed, and Chad offered to sell his children for a sandwich. These are just some of the things examined as Karina picked this week's movie - the Rob Reiner classic, The Sure Thing.
Episode 8: November 24, 2016 - Chad and Brian take on Karina's movie challenge to figure out the movie to review in two weeks. Is Die Hard the greatest action movie ever? That is greatly discussed, as well as Alan Rickman's Hans Gruber and Harry Ellis being the true hero of the film.
Episode 7: November 14, 2016 - Sweaty, shirtless men playing volleyball while Kenny Loggins jams out, "Playing with the Boys." You know the movie. We discuss Top Gun and its secrets, idiosyncrasies, and obvious homo-eroticism.
Episode 6: November 7, 2016 - This week we discuss the Zucker/Abrahams classic Airplane!, one of the greatest comedies of all time. We discuss some of our favorite lines, characters, Brian's comedic pallet, and the similarities to the 1957 film, Zero Hour. Surely, you can't miss it...
Episode 5: October 28, 2016 - Tony talks to Danny and to us about the Kubrick classic, The Shining. We talk about Kubrick's tear inducing necessity for excellence in his actors, Nicholson's S'mother, and those twin little girls that gave us nightmares for years.
Episode 4: October 24, 2016 - They're here. Those are words synonymous with the halloween season as we delve into this Spielberg classic. We dissect the film, discuss the lore behind the "Poltergeist" curse, and discuss the fact that Craig T. Nelson's character does not like Pizza Hut.
Episode 3: October 14, 2016 - Karina joins us to look at, what we consider to be one of the most brilliant serial killers of all time, Michael Myers in Halloween. We also explore the Victorian prank of soaping windows, what it takes to be a fluffer, the concept of a new post-coital hair style, and what a group of clowns together should forever be known as moving forward.
Episode 2: October 12, 2016 - We continue with our horror movie theme in honor of Halloween with the Hitchcock classic, Psycho. We delve into some of the mythology of the movie plus give our usual insights and banter into the filmmaking and the characters. Finally, Chad watched Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge and Brian now knows about Pol Pot.
Episode 1: October 6, 2016 - Leia, Brian's sixth month old puppy, guest hosts our first podcast. Find out what you may not have known about one of the most iconic movie villains of all-time. We also discover Brian has no knowledge of one of the world's most ruthless dictators and Chad has never viewed, what many have coined, 'the gayest horror movie of all time,' Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge.