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Friday, March 31, 2017

How Do You Role Play "Silent Running"?

Season 2, Episode 6


In a very special edition of The Slumgullion, Jeff and Scott are joined by Sleepy Hollow Executive Producer/Showrunner Albert Kim. They talk about the show in general, last week's episode in particular, and tonight's finale in vague, teasing terms. They also talk a surprising amount about 70's sci fi.

NOTE: Massive Special Thanks to Christina Gorski at Fox PR. This would not have happened without her, and it is appreciated.

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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Why Aren't Any of the Other Kids Mexican?


In Season 2, Episode 5, Jeff and Scott are joined by the New Movie Crew (John Szura, Blanche Ramirez and Indy McDaniel) for an in depth, spoiler-filled analysis of Logan. Mary Clevenger joins Jeff for their continuing Socratic dialogue about Bones. Plus! A super special fudgey crunchy chocolatey coco chat at the end.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Anyone Can Be Gene Shalit

It's an Unknown Movie Challenge special!

In a heaping helping of happiness, Jeff and Scott break schedule intentionally with a special minisode. 

Jeff has seen Beauty and the Beast, Scott has seen the musical Finding Neverland, and both of them have seen Get Out

(Hint:  the one with the probable smallest budget is the best.)

Saturday, March 4, 2017

I Went Straight For Ten Minutes!

Welcome to Season 2, Episode 4. Jeff returns! To scream at Scott! First, Jeff and Mary catch up on the last few episodes of Bones; then Scott and Jeff are joined by suave Brit Dave Probert, of the Twice as Bright, Half as Long podcast, to chat briefly about Logan, the new Twin Peaks, 50 Shades Darker, and Erich von Stroheim as The Batman. Scott reports from the premiere of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 pilot, then Dave brings us the Trojan Horse-like gift of A Pound of Flesh, a 2015 movie starring Jean-Claude Van Damme's naked, naked ass.


P.S. Here's a link to the piece Scott wrote about the Lou Ferrigno Hercules movie mentioned on the show.