Astoria Oregon threatens to turn a family's home into a golf course. With a stroke of luck and some teenage-smarts, it's up to a ragtag group of friends to locate the treasure of a pirate with a very phallic-like name.
Rachel Austin joins WTAW to discuss The Goonies and whether or not this movie is an allegory to puberty.
Before the kids arrive at camp the counselors must first fuck in every room...that is, if they can stay alive long enough to "do it".
Friday the 13th spawned a multi-million dollar movie franchise, and Alex Baia (Fruitopia, Comedy Bazaar) helps us crack the seal and dive in deep into a horror masterpiece that's, at the least, rough around the edges.
In a logical turn of events a teenage boy becomes a werewolf which of course also makes him bad ass at basketball.
From the semi-consensual party games to the interesting casting and character naming choices, Justin Soileau joins us to breakdown a film the rode heavily off the popularity of Back to the Future, Teen Wolf.
Justin also created this recreation of MJF fan art he made as a child.
Paranormal creatures are invading New York City and there's only one group who you can call to save it! You guessed it, the Ghostbusters! While waging this high-tech and wildly destructive battle against these creatures, Peter Venkman (Bill Murray) takes time to seduce a possessed Dana Barrett (Sigourney Weaver).
Kim Lowery (Loverboy) joins us to discuss the future Ghostbusters (2016) reboot and if Peter Venkman is a misogynist.