Jeff, Scott, and Mrs. C. discuss the first two episodes of THE MANDALORIAN over delicious strips of Salacious B. Crumb kebobs.
Sunday, November 17, 2019
Sunday, November 10, 2019
This is a historic episode: number 69. We don't like to brag, but rarely does a foul-mouthed little podcast get to 69 episodes without a filthy, elbow-nudging 'Sixty-Nine" joke, and yet...we did it! How, you ask? Well, we attribute it to clean living, high morals, and the fact that Scott didn't tell Jeff it was Episode 69, and he doesn't care and doesn't keep track of these things because he's not a weird little Gollum-esque obsessive like Scott.
So here you go. We talk about Edward D. Wood, Jr. and Terminator: Dark Fate. Do we draw a parallel between the two? An incredibly insulting parallel? Well, funny you should mention that, because we...Nah. We won't spoil it for you.
Thursday, October 24, 2019
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
This week, Jeff goes to the National Comedy Center in New York, while Scott goes to a dark place with some puppets.
Ernie Kovacs make-up.
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
"Clevenger, you suck!" -- Larry Blamire
Writer-Director Larry Blamire talks about the new featurettes and hilarious short films he made to accompany the Blu-ray release of his cult classic The Lost Skeleton Returns Again. Come for the Behind-the-Scenes gossip, stay to find out who that one guy is in that one thing--you know the one--and learn the secret of why Scott sucks.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Jeff, Scott, and Mary talk about the best movies to watch while you quietly weep and eat ice cream on the couch in your sweatpants, and Mary explains that no, they're wrong, because 1999's The Mummy is the greatest comfort film every made. Then the New Movie Crew checks into The Continental to discuss why John Wick 3 is basically the James Brolin TV series Hotel, except everyone's a murderer.
Oh, and Benevolent and Protective Order of Belarussian Assassins has the worst ticketing system since Delta Airlines.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Jeff and Scott visit Star Wars Celebration, then drop in unannounced on several TV science fiction franchises because who can stop them? No one!
[Insert maniacal cackle here]
Then the New Movie Crew returns from a flaky death for a super spoilery discussion of Avengers: Endgame.
Friday, April 12, 2019
Jeff remembers his mom's love of horror movies, while Scott recalls his Dickensian childhood reading crappy screenplays in a Victorian blacking factory, then they join hands and keep the lagomorph theme alive by plunging down a bottomless rabbit hole as they celebrate the joys and sorrows of dallying at the dollar theater. Finally, the entire New Movie Crew triumphantly returns to talk Captain Marvel, with many helpful tips on the care and feeding of Flerken.
Now put on your anti-alien cat eye protection and let's hit PLAY!
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Jim Donahue, writer for the Daily Grindhouse joins Scott and Jeff for an all Unknown Movie Challenge show. This time, it's the 1980 Australian oddity Harlequin (AKA Dark Forces), starring Jesus of Nazareth as Rasputin, and David Hemmings from Blow-Up as a British dude pretending to be an Australian dude pretending to be an American confused about his nationality. Basically, it's Tropic Thunder gadding about in David Bowie's old Ziggy Stardust costume.
Maids melt, birds die, clowns float. You will never be the same...
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Jeff and Scott unlock the secrets of Serenity (no, not that one. No, the other one!) and give you unlimited lives, power-ups, and extra ammo. Then they follow Liam Neeson down a rabbit hole, where they find Judy Garland in blackface, the Lego Movie sequel, Bohemian Rhapsody, Sylvester McCoy as Mr. Mushnik, Velvet Buzzsaw, and Liam Neeson's best role, as a mute, imaginary baseball player.
(Serenity spoilers start at 12:30 and end at 37:00)
Saturday, January 26, 2019
Scott and Jeff try to agree about Star Trek Discovery but keep getting distracted, then agree to disagree about Glass, which made Scott extremely grumpy. Then horror novelist Steve Van Samson (Bone Eater King) joins them for the Unknown Movie Challenge and makes them watch The Old Dark House, which turns out to be the cure for grumpiness.
Have a potato.