In this episode, we take a look at the 1956 Roger Corman jewel heist on the bayou, Swamp Women (aka Swamp Diamonds)! It’s full of feisty female escaped convicts, swamp water and bad decisions. Also, Touch Connors… and all the ladies want to touch up on Touch, if we are to believe what this movie has to say.
In this episode, we take a look at the 1996 Pauly Shore-Stephen Baldwin vehicle, Bio Dome! What could be more charming than watching two annoying, obnoxious fuck ups destroy the hard work of environmental scientists? Why do they somehow have attractive, socially responsible girlfriends despite being annoying, obnoxious fuck ups? And why did Megan sort of like this film when she was in college, despite not remembering at least half of it? So many questions…
So the bad news is that we don’t have a new episode this week… Eric has been fighting the good fight after having some surgery last week and is still healing up, so we weren’t able to get a recording session in while he was on the mend.
The good news is that we’re going to host our very first MOVIE NIGHT this Friday night, September 26th at 8pm CST via Rabbit, and you’re invited! Rabbit allows you to share a viewing room with other people so that everyone can watch the same movie, TV show or even YouTube video together, regardless of where they are (and if they have Netflix). The screening room also has a live chat feed so we can all riff and chat along together while the movie plays in real time. It’s a leg up on the live tweet virtual screenings we used to do since you can drop in and out of the Rabbit screening room as you like or have time to do – you can also take it on the go by downloading the Rabbit app to your phone. The whole thing is free to use, so we hope you’ll join us!
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In honor of the start of football season and the passing of the late great Burt Reynolds, we take a look at the original and remake of the classic football film, The Longest Yard! The original is great for its hard hits and unvarnished humor and the Adam Sandler remake does a good job of shying away from being a typical Sandler comedy and staying true to the source material while making slight adjustments to update problematic stuff for modern audiences. In either case, you get good sportsball action and a compelling underdogs sticking it to the man story. ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?
In this episode, we take a look at the 2006 Len Kabasinski werewolf action movie, Curse of the Wolf! Eric has been mildly obsessed with this film since we first viewed it for a virtual screening over a year ago and has wanted to do it for the show ever since. Megan has movie amnesia to this particular cinematic delight as she can pretty much only ever remember that a lot of kicking people happens and there’s a fat man in shit stained underwear in it. So that’s a thing.
In this episode, we take a look at the first of our Bag of Destiny picks, the 2008 Mike Myers comedy, The Love Guru! Pro: it was better than we thought it was going to be. Con: it was still really bad and our expectations were incredibly, incredibly low. DAMN YOU SCOTT
In this episode, we take a look at the 2016 indie horror film, Bad Ben! It’s the first of several movies in the Bad Ben series by the film’s director (and star) Nigel Bach and he does a bang up job of making a low budget paranormal found footage horror flick that hits all the right notes of both that genre and the everyman style of YouTube vlogging. Megan has declared him her number two BFF and wants to consume some sort of cheese covered snack food with him. #NACHOSWITHNIGEL
In this episode, we take a look at the 1986 horror comedy film, Night of the Creeps! This alien invasion/monster movie/b-movie love letter by writer/directer Fred Dekker hands down provides us with the finest performance ever turned in by Tom Atkins. Many thanks to our friend Adam from Canada for suggesting this one to us!
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In this episode, we take a look at the 1959 Roger Corman black comedy horror film, A Bucket of Blood! What happens when beatniks go bad? What happens when art crosses a line? What happens when you give a guy like Roger Corman a small amount of money and an even smaller amount of time to make a horror movie? A Bucket of Blood, that’s what! Despite the low budget and lack of resources, there’s actually a really interesting movie in there that with better talent and more time probably could have been something really great, not just a dead cat covered in modeling clay.