Archive for August, 2011

Episode 16: When The Water Breaks

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

We’re back, and badder than ever. No, seriously. I think we’re actually getting worse.

No, I’m just kidding. We’re still just as awesome as ever, even after a two-week hiatus brought about by Nate’s refusal to record a show until I made good on our bet and saw Spy Kids 4: This One Stinks. Well, if the pervy image to the left is any indicator, I must have made it to the show. Tune in to find out! (more…)

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Episode 15: The All Outtake Episode

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

I’m thinking Dave over there to the left will probably be printing out a screenshot of this site and adding it to his scrapbook. He’s the “star” (NOTE: not really) of Skyline, one of several of the movies we cover this week as we talk over each other and make rude comments for over an hour.

In other words, it’s kind of a normal episode. (more…)

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Episode 14: All Over The Map

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

It’s grab bag day in Podcastville! We range far and wide on this one, starting with Nate’s discussion of surviving a viewing of Robert Rodriguez’s Machete.

NOTE: Not a euphemism. (more…)

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Episode 13: The Wild Wild West

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Here’s the thing. Nate won’t admit this, but he has a crush on Harrison Ford.

Okay, so, he probably will admit this.

Check that. He freely admits it, and he invites strangers into his home to see what he likes to call his “Harry Shrine,” replete with a life-sized cardboard Han and a bunch of Jesus candles (not really certain what the candles have to do with anything).

What I’m basically saying is that Nate really likes Cowboys and Aliens, and may or may not have inferred that he wants to be the meat in the Harrison Ford/Daniel Craig man-sandwich. Tune in and find out!  (more…)

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Episode 12: Ameritastic!

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

Nate and I are feeling patriotic this week, as we spend some time discussing American movies, most notably the still-in-theaters Captain America and the DVD release The American. Note that these movies have pretty much nothing else in common, although Chris Evans can probably do just as many chin-ups as our buddy the Cloon-meister over there. (more…)

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