It’s that time. Christmas time is here! And with it comes another chance to listen to the jolliest assholes this side of the nuthouse discuss an all time Christmas classic: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation! So, listen up, boppers, to find out if it is the hap-hap-happiest Christmas since Bing Crosby tap-danced with Danny Kaye!
It’s December once again, and you know what that means? No, not more Pauley Shore movies. It means it’s time to look holiday movies once more. We’re kicking things off with A Christmas Story! Will it hold up? Will one of the guys shoot their eye out? Listen up to find out, boppers!
Sandvembler comes to it’s sudden end as we step into a time machine and travel back to the ‘80s, because we’re sending the month off with The Wedding Singer! So listen up as we try to keep track of every reference from the decade that gave us the time to make the donuts guy, and we’ll let you know if this nostalgia machine holds up!
It’s almost turkey time and turkey means sandwiches. Sandwiches, of course, means Subway. Speaking of subway, we spent this week talking about one of their spokesmen: Happy Gilmore! That’s right, Sandvembler continues rolling along as we talk golf and sandwiches, but mostly sandwiches. So listen up to find out if Happy Gilmore holds up, boppers!
After an expected week off, we’re back! And this time it’s personal! Or is it? Who knows? But this week, we’re kicking off Sandvembler! An entire month (sans one week) dedicated to the works of Adam Sandler! We start things off with movie that broke him out: Billy Madison!
Halloween is here, and it’s quite bewitching. So much so, that we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate it than to watch Hocus Pocus. This tale of three witches running amuck is 25 years old, and we gotta know if it holds up!
October trudges along lke a reanimated corpse. Which is fitting, considering the fact that this week, we watched Night of the Living Dead. This classic, that birthed a whole genre, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, so it felt like a splendid time to find out if it still holds up!
Our spooky October spectacular continues! And what’s the truly spookiest thing? Ghosts! This week’s episode is about a truly spooky offender. A ghost that spends his time in a Victorian manner, and lords over three other ghosts. He claims to just want friends, but really, he wants people to stay and never leave. This week, we’re asking if Casper holds up! And once again, you’ll wanna listen through to the very end!
This week, we turn our gaze over to science fiction and body horror as a man tries to create to benifit mankind, but instead makes something much worse. Jeff Goldblum is at peak Jeff Goldblum levels as we talk about him vomiting on donuts and accusing people of being jealous. So join us, if you dare, as we find out if David Cronenberg’s The Fly holds up!
It’s October once again, and you know what that means? It’s a month of spooky movies! And we’re kicking this one off by going back to one of the first cabin in the woods movies: The Evil Dead. The movie that launched the career of Spider-man’s director as well as the career of one of the greatest chins and the person it belongs to, Bruce Campbell! So strap in boppers, and make sure all your lights are on, because things could get scary!
This week, we’re finishing up our listener requests by going The Whole Nine Yards! So join us as we talk about Matthew Perry, Bruce Willis, and whether or not they’re using their full power in this movie about a dentist whose life is turned upside down when a former mob hitman moves next door to him. Listen up, boppers, as we answer such burning questions like: does this hold up and where is Shred?
We’re doing another listener request this week as we had to watch The Pest, as requested by listener Tahnee. So listen up as we talk about John Leguizamo, Jeffrey Jones, and offensive voices!
This week continues our listener request series as we delve deeper into the movies chosen by those that listen. Once again, "friend" of the show, James has picked the movie and this time he chose 2004's indie breakout hit, Napoleon Dynamite. So, join us as we discuss socially awkward classmates and try desperately to avoid Napoleon Dynamite impressions, boppers!
A Plain Zero first is upon us this week: our first Nicolas Cage movie! So, what will it be? There's so many to pick from! Well, you likely already know since it's in the title. This week, friend Yama of 12 For a Penny picked the movie for us to watch, because he donated to our recent fundraiser. He wanted us to find out if 8mm holds up, so we set out to make that decision this week! And you can hear it all right here, boppers!
We continue to fulfill our commitment to those who donated to the fundraiser we took part in by discussing another listener requested movie. This time, we watched Tuff Turf and we're joined by friend of the show, Abe, to talk about it. So get ready to find out what happened the first time that Ultron met Tony Stark!
We have another listener request this week as friend of the show, James, has donated to the CHOC Walk Fundraiser and picked for us to watch one of his all time favorite movies: Twilight. He’s loved this movie for years and desperately wanted to know if it gets a pass from us. So strap in and listen up, boppers! Because it’s time to find out if this tale of sparkly draculas holds up!
You heard how it all started, now it's time to hear how it ends. In this episode, you will learn what we've decided to be the best movie of the 80s! It could be anything, aside from Weekend At Bernie's. Then again, maybe it could be. Anything is possible, boppers. So, listen up as we hammer this out!
This week, we're doing something a little different, yet also familiar. We're returning to the brackets, but this time we're trying to figure out which is the GOAT movie of the 80s. We got a lot to go through as we tackle the first round and debate what decides to move forward. We also learn that Nick loves a movie more than any of us could have ever imagined.
This week we find ourselves basking in the pageantry of wrestling. At the heart of this movie is a man at odds with himself and his own duality. On the one hand, he loves wrestling but he also loves his religion. Sadly, his religion is against wrestling. This was a truly deep and reflective journey of self-discovery. So, listen up, boppers, and find out if Jack Black and Nacho Libre holds up!
We're down a man this week, but that won't stop us from bringing you the same level of unprofessionalism as usual! Speaking of which, maybe it's time we did something about that, and the only way we can think to do that would be to go Back To School. That's right boppers, we're watching Rodney Dangerfield get some respect and talking about a young Robert Downey, Jr. So join us as we find out if it holds up!