In this episode, we take a look at Vin Diesel’s “Let Me Tell You About My D&D Character” film, the Last Witch Hunter! It’s full of flaming swords, witch powder and reminds you how much better it was when it was called Hellboy and had an interesting plot. We also ask the question, “Is there any movie that Michael Caine won’t do?”
In this episode, we take a look at another one of the heavy hitters of the modern landscape of truly, unintentionally, amazingly awful movies that is so wrong that it’s right – Birdemic: Shock and Terror! Join us for the hero’s journey of Rod and Natalie as they go from multimillionaire and Victoria’s Secret model to two lovebirds on the run from a neverending stream of angry eagles that explode and are also full of acid somehow.
In this episode, we take a look at the 1976 children’s film, Super Seal! Megan is convinced, however, that this is really a lost Werner Herzog documentary about a seal dying in the Mexican desert and/or an early draft of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Also, Megan may have had a few hot toddies that resulted in a gigglefest. YOU CAN’T PROVE IT.
In this episode, we take a look at Thunder in Paradise, a movie that is definitely not a television show but an actual film movie cinema thing. Get on board the Thunder, a boat that is essentially the TARDIS in the water, piloted by a Hulk Hogan and Chris Lemmon, who have a wonderful, loving marriage on the seas, despite the fact that the show I MEAN MOVIE keeps throwing attractive women at them to hook up with. It definitely is a real movie, we promise.