In this episode, we take a look at the very weird, very greasy 2016 indie film, The Greasy Strangler! If John Waters and David Lynch donated their DNA to science and somebody slapped it together and dunked it in a vat of tapioca pudding, this is probably what you get. So many fake penises too…
In this episode, we take a look at the 1971 Mill Creek fodder, the Devil Has Seven Faces! Megan thinks a better title for this would be The Devil Has Seven Wigs. Also, Eric completely missed out on what happened in the movie, even though he watched the whole thing, including the fact that it stars the same guy as the star of his favorite childhood movie, Fantastic Voyage.
In this episode, we take a look at the 1970 documentary and concert film, Woodstock! Eric gives us a full tour of the groups that were featured and the history of the concert in general; we also take a look at the slice of life bits that appear throughout the film. Remember kids – stay away from the brown acid.
In this episode, we delve once more into the Bag of Destiny and wind up in the shitty version of the Marvel Universe (you know, the one with the mutants) with X-Men Origins: Wolverine! The most interesting part of this movie is probably all the unfinished bits that we got to see because it was a rough edit copy that had been bootlegged. Also, Megan rants a lot about nerd things that she is definitely not an expert on.
In this episode, we take a look at the liquor bottle flipping, Razzie Award winning, totally 80s Tom Cruise movie, Cocktail! It’s a movie in which many things happen but somehow also nothing happens. But hey – watch those Bacardi Rum bottles fly!
In this episode, we take a look at the 1968 comedy classic, The Odd Couple! Widely considered to be one of the best comedies of all time… we didn’t really like it that much. There’s no denying that there’s a lot of talent that went into the movie and it’s a classic set up of opposites attracting, but we think you get more bang for your buck with the tv show.
In this episode, we take a look at the 2017 graphic novel turned indie film, My Friend Dahmer! Megan thinks maybe things would have turned out differently if more people had asked the question, “Are you okay, Jeff?” But they didn’t… and a bunch of people ended up dead.
In this episode, we give in to the inevitability of the 1974 Sean Connery sci fi cult classic, Zardoz! There was no way we wouldn’t eventually do this one. The gun is good, the penis is evil, y’all.
In this episode, we take a look at the 1985 action thriller from Cannon Films, Runaway Train. It scored three Academy Award nominations and won Jon Voight a Golden Globe for Best Actor. It was based on a screenplay by Akira Kurosawa. It was nominated for Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Critics loved it. BUT IT WAS A CANNON FILM THO. Why bad air? Certainly not.
In this episode, we take a look at the 1978 Donny and Marie Osmond movie, Goin’ Coconuts! It’s a little bit of that one episode of the Brady Bunch when they went to Hawaii and a little bit of the Beatles’ film, Help, but with 100% more wholesome 1970s Osmond goodness. Megan was a little disappointed in the level of goons, but we were very impressed at Marie Osmond’s scream queen abilities.