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Was This Always Weird

Hosts Cody Dearing & Matt Stoner are joined by a special guest each episode to help breakdown the hilarious, upsetting, & unusual truth about a beloved movie.
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May 31, 2017

3 women are murdered 3 times each for being witches in this fun Disney kids movie. 

Kristen Kurtis (WXPN Morning Show Host) braves the playfully dark depravity of a Hocus Pocus (1993), a coming of age romantic comedy about teenagers that must murder witch-women to stop them from drinking the souls of children to stay youthful. 

May 24, 2017

Tom Hanks and a down to earth dog named Hooch (good boy) are paired up in a buddy cop comedy where they have to track down the criminal who murdered Hooch's owner...and get some tail along the way.

K.C. Taylor (Nav Jodha) helps break down the classic buddy cop cheese and some middle level Hanks of 1989's Turner & Hooch. 

May 17, 2017

In a likely turn of events the first Jamaican bobsled team to compete at the Olympics crashes violently, and is then forced to carry their own sled to the finish line before receiving medical aid. 

Brian May (Pendulum Presents) feels both rhythm and rhyme with us as we talk about the numerous and somewhat unfair liberties Disney took with its retelling of a true story in Cool Runnings (1993).

May 10, 2017

A tiny young woman is continuously abducted by a series of increasingly terrifying woodland creatures with horrible intentions. With music by Barry Manilow. 

Caitlin McNally (I'm So Sorry) suspends her disbelief with us as we take on another haunting Don Bluth animated classic tale of neglect and loneliness, Thumbelina (1994).

May 3, 2017

Arnold Schwarzenegger is sent back to the past for a second time with a stated mission of saving John Connor and preventing the apocalypse...except that last time he was here he had the opposite agenda. So, maybe Arnold is just pretending to be a good robot who in actuality also hopes to usher in the robot apocalypse? 

Erica Lies (@EricaLiesALot) was sent to our podcast from the present to discuss Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, and teen heartthrob Edward Furlong in James Cameron's "it's over when I say it's over" big budget B movie, Terminator 2: Judgement Day. 

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