This week, we're back with a new episode, as promised. Not just a new episode, but the Little Shop of Horrors episode that we promised a couple weeks ago. So, will this movie, in which Steve Martin doesn't have white hair, hold up? Only way to find out is to listen up, boppers!
Alright, boppers, scheduling and unexpected occurrences got in the way this week, but we're not gonna leave you high and dry. Instead, we're going back to revisit some of our older reviews. First up, we have Rocky IV on deck, hailing all the way from episode 9, a review that left us torn straight down the middle. Then, stick around for Conan: The Barbarian, yet another review that left us polarized. Where do you stand on these? Do these reviews asking if those movies hold up hold up? Let us know and join us again next week as we'll be taking a look at Little Shop of Horrors!
We took a trip to the darker side of society, this week, as we watched our first David Lynch film in the history of this podcast: Blue Velvet! So, listen up, boppers and find out if it holds up. Hit play and start listening to an episode so good, it'll make you say, "Daddy wants to fuck!"
What happens when two dogs and a cat jump to a conclusion and decide to try and return home? You get the movie we watched this week: Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. This week, Shred decided that we should revisit this movie from most of our childhoods that none of us actually remembered that much, and what happens next may surprise you!
Jim and Joe of 12 For A Penny continue their visit to our neck of the woods and this time it's Joe's turn to pick the movie that we watched this week, and boy did he pick a doozy: Pootie Tang! A movie that was mired in post production troubles, and was a massive failure somehow managed to go on to being a bit of a cult classic. But the question is, will this movie somehow manage to hold up today? Listen up, boppers, then sine yo pitty on the runny kine!
On an all new Plain Zero, we're joined once again by member's of 12 For A Penny as we played hookie from school to watch and find out if "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" holds up!
It's Spider-man week over here at Plain Zero. We're so hyped for Spider-man: Homecoming, that we decided to watch what is widely considered to be the of the Spider-man movies, part 2! But a lot of time has passed since this movie was released and superhero films have changed, so will this movie stand the test of time? Only one way to find out!
This week, we watched the movie that helped introduce Ben Stiller to the world: Heavy Weights. Get ready to feel mid-nineties comfy with this movie.
We return back to the world of the Coen Brothers as we discussed a modern western: No Country For Old Men. A tale as old as time, Brand from the Goonies finds drug money that belonged to the voice of Bill Dauterive as he find himself on the run from Dora the Explorer while all the while Two-Face tries to figure out what's happening.
This week's movie was chosen by the latest person to win the Obscure For A Penny Zero twitter contest, @xliserx! She has chosen for us to watch 2007's Stardust, based on Neil Gaiman's book. Will this fantasy film hold up? You'll have to listen to find out!
Due to scheduling conflicts, we were unable to record a brand new episode this week! But don't you fret, boppers, because we're releasing our first ever comic book inebriation! Marvel as Nick gets completely blatto and attempts to explain what happens in Marvel's The Infinity Gauntlet!
Well, we've hit another milestone this week, fam! This is our one hundred and fiftieth episode! And like we try to do with all our milestones, we spent the week with the mighty, powerful, and benevolent force that is responsible for us being here: Arnold Schwarzenegger! Not only that, but we picked a doozer of a film from his film library: Predator! So, join us as we celebrate getting halfway between 100 and 200, as we ask if Predator holds up!
This week we finally tackle some hard hitting questions, such as which one is Akira? Why is a Akira walking to his motorcycle so iconic? Are we all Akira? And finally, does Akira hold up?
This week we're travelling back to an era in which Kenan & Kel were a duo and we're bringing Rock Solid's Kyle Dodson with us! So join us as we talk about Abe Vigoda, Sinbad, and Dan Schneider as we get to the bottom of whether or not Good Burger holds up!
This week, court is in session as we get more Stallone and Schneider! That's right, we watched Judge Dredd. Is there any way that this film from the 90s can hold up? Listen to find out! And, one other thing, I knew you were gonna say that.
This week, we attempt to answer the age old question of "How are you gonna get fired on your day off?" That's right, we watched Friday!
This week we are stuck in the Big Apple and there's only one man that can get us out: Snake Plissken! That's right, we're returning back to the worlds of John Carpenter and Kurt Russell, because we watched Escape From New York. Will this cult classic hold up and stand the test of time? There's only one way to find out, so strap in boppers because we're about to find out!
This week, we all gathered to help celebrate 12 For A Penny's 100th episode! If you haven't listened to that yet, you should start there. We had the whole gang from that show over to join us in discussing the legendary, "This Is Spinal Tap!" Will this comic masterpiece stand the test of time? Probably, but you should still listen to find out anyway!
This week, Nick embarks on a mission to find Shred's brother, Mitch. A mission filled with danger and intrigue. But, will he find something bigger than he expected? A conspiracy that goes all the way to the highest parts of the government. Meanwhile, the rest of us watched Rat Race.
This week finds us traveling to the future of San Angeles as we try to figure out how the three seashells work! Join us as we talk about the Franchise Wars and Taco Bell, because this week, we're asking if Demolition Man holds up!