Bill Paxton steals Hellen Hunt's movie right out from under her in a film where we pretend like the tornado is the biggest shit sucking asshole.
Eli Eidson (Empty Promises) is in the studio to talk about Twister (1996) and its many awful scientists.
As is our style we're getting nostalgic for the first year of our own show, and are handing out awards to some of the masterpieces of cinema we watched this year.
Which movie held up the best/worst?
Which fight scene was the flat-out craziest?
Join us for a magical 2017 awards show episode of golden memories, personal tales of shame, and heartfelt thanks to our listeners for their support!
Warning: Thanks also given to our wonderful guests, and to our friends over at TheDreamCage.com.
This 1998 remake of the 1961 film The Parent Trap is different in that it stars Lindsay Lohan, they removed some of the better details, and the word "actually" is used 23 times.
Meredith Mae Roberts joins the show again (The Parent Trap) to discuss the pros and cons of the 1998 remake of the Parent Trap, smothered sausages and all.
A nu-metal loving scientist who has yet to crack the code of enthusiastic consent invents a way to make himself into the invisible bad touching maniac in the sci-fi horror movie, Hollow Man.
Lance Gilstrap (Movie Riot) returns to the show (From Dusk Till Dawn) to discuss Kevin Bacon's Hollow Man, a film that we now regret referencing at the end of nearly every episode of this show.