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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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Aug 30, 2017

Nicholas Cage was just a convict on his way home from prison to see his 8 old daughter for the first time when a group of convicts takes over the plane, and now it's up to Cage to save the fuckin day. 

Lane Ingram locks in for our first episode on a Nicholas Cage film Con Air...which, let's not forget, also stars Dave Chappelle, Ving Rhames, John Cusack, Danny Trejo, Steve Buscemi and an amazing song by both Trisha Yearwood (and kinda also Leann Rimes).

Aug 23, 2017

Weed brings a group of high school teenagers together to bond over how terrible their lives are. 

Maria Pond (Loverboy) join us to talk about the John Hughes classic, The Breakfast Club. The amazing library set. And the bone shaking moves of Emilio Estevez. 

Aug 16, 2017

4 teenage boys attempt to do the impossible; try harder to have sex.

Nathan Sowell (Skutch) delivers us his hot & fresh opinions on the star(?) studded cast of American Pie (1999). Starring Jason Biggs, Chris Klein, The broken arm pitcher from Rookie of the Year, Tara Reid, Shannon Elizabeth, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott and even Eddie Kaye Thomas...and oh yeah, Jennifer coolide, Chris Owen, Mena Suvari...pretty much everyone is in this movie we guess...

Aug 9, 2017

A portal to hell opens in Stephen Dorf's backyard, and he must vanquish the demons that emerge with the help of his sad punk rock neighbor & some sick model rockets.

Matt Needles (Empty Promises) returns to the podcast to discuss the classic 80's "kids" horror movie, The Gate (1987).

Aug 2, 2017

A family is terrorized by their inability to leave a house. 

JenRaye Adams (Ghost Ghetters) & Caitlin Dearing (What's The Story Steve) suddenly appear to help us discuss Poltergeist (1982), the film's tragic curse, Craig T. Nelson's rugged charm, and confusion over whether or not to go toward the light. 

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