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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Better Living Through Bad Movies: The Alligator People (1959)


The stars of Better Living Through Bad Movies: The Audiobook, John Szura and Blanche Ramirez, are back and giving the business to The Alligator People, that lovable 1959 sci-fi classic that perfectly captured America's Cold War fears about atomic mutations, psychoanalysis, and piano-playing reptiles.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Star Wars Rebels

Hey guys! Jeff is sorting out some personal issues, but we didn't want to leave you hanging, so here's our first bonus track: A chat between Jeff and Scott about the final season of Star Wars Rebels, which we didn't post at the time, because it was incredibly spoilery. Even for us. So you can just imagine how spoiler that is.

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Monday, January 1, 2018

Piss Off, 2017!


It's our Second Annual Year End Review, and this time Jeff and Scott try to stay positive and think of three things that made them glad to be alive. How do you suppose that went?




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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

The Last Jedi


Our pilot episode was The Force Awakens. Last holiday season was Rogue One. And now for our second anniversary show, it's The Last Jedi. Scott and the New Movie Crew dive into the film, while Jeff wades into the Swamp of Sadness and goes bobbing for butt-hurt fans.




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Saturday, December 23, 2017

One Magic Christmas (1985)

Better Living Through Bad Movies presents: One Magic Christmas (1985). Mary Steenburgen won't say "Merry Christmas," so Santa hires Harry Dean Stanton to kill her entire family in this ill-considered attempt at a heartwarming holiday classic by the Walt Disney Company.

He's a Christmas angel. No really...he is.


Sunday, December 10, 2017

Supermen Against the Orient (1973)


Jeff and Scott are joined by distinguished porn researcher Indy McDaniel to discuss zombies and superheroes, Klingon breasts, The Disaster Artist, the Forgotten Shannons of Softcore,  I, Tonya, why Star Wars Battlefront II is like a casino, but not a nice one on the Las Vegas strip, but more like a crappy one next to a gas station and diner on a frontage road off I-15. For the Unknown Movie Challenge we suck it up and take on the 1973 Hong Kong-Italian kung fu superhero smash-up, Supermen Against the Orient, which has a theme song you have to hear to believe. And believe me, you're gonna hear it.


Also available on Stitcher and iTunes

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Episode 41: Justice League


Or: A Meditation on the Nature of Heroism and Invisible Mustache Rides.

Scott and Jeff discuss the new Star Wars movie, Han Solo: Why?, then make Star Trek: Discovery and The Orville square off and fight like Rock 'Em, Sock 'Em Robots. Afterwards, the New Movie Crew gives Justice League a lot of mixed signals, but decide they might go home with it anyway because it's almost closing time, when Jeff is suddenly sucked away by a storm like Dorothy Gale.