Kevin Bacon and friends try to stop murderous underground worms, but never really stop to ask, "why?".
In this episode we're talking about the cult monster movie classic, Tremors.
After defeating Shredder and the evil foot clan, the ninja turtles did what any mutant teenagers would have done in 1990, started a band and went on tour.
Between the first and second ninja turtles movies kids all across America had the chance to be dissapointed by the ninja turtles live in person at the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Coming Out Of Their Shells Tour.
The one handed bowling man lies to the amish man and there's also a lady.
We watched the 1996 film starring Woody Harrelson, Bill Murray and Randy Quaid Kingpin, and take time out of our busy quarantine to discuss it's finer points.
This modern retelling of Romeo and Juliet adds a lot more than a + to the title.
We took a long hard look at Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet (1996) starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, John Leguizamo, and not to bury the lead or anything but Paul Rudd is in this movie.
Big whiny baby whines a lot, changes nothing.
We watched Kevin Smith's first feature length film, Clerks. The 1994 movie that serves up a piping hot slice of convenience store clerk Dante Hicks' sad sad life.
The bad guy of this movie is also the good guy of this movie.
It was a post American Pie world, and all they had to do was sprinkle a little Tom Green onto a crunchy base of college dudes taking a road trip...but they gave us so much more than that. They gave us DJ Qualls. For that we will forever be in their debt.
We're talking Road Trip, the movie that took us boldly into the year 2000.
Was this 2001 film written, directed by, and starring Tom Green a flop, misunderstood genius, or maybe a lil' of both?
We drop into the rad half-pipe that is Freddy Got Fingered to discuss the gnar.
If you thought one love story was good, wait until you get a load of a shitload of love stories all at once.
Our gift to ourselves this year was to talk about Love Actually (2003) for our final episode of 2019. One love to you and yours.
A serial killer gets turned into a murderous snowman, and Shannon Elizabeth gets caught in the path.
1997's Jack Frost is a comedy disguised as a horror movie, set during Christmas, and again it has Shannon Elizabeth 2 years before American Pie.
Earth's most beautiful man, Bruce Campbell, tries to survive a night in a spooky cabin guarded by that silly ol' evil dead.
Grab as soupy spoopy beverage and relax by the fire as we dig into the 1981 horror classic, The Evil Dead.
3 filmmakers take to the woods to make a terrible documentary about a witch, but wind up making a documentary about their own deaths (by witch).
OR IS THAT WHAT REALLY HAPPENED?
In this episode we talk about Blair Witch (1999) the film that spawned the found film genre if you just straight up ignore Cannibal Holocaust.
I mean...if you kidnap Arnold's daughter, you know he gone kill you.
In this episode we take a closer look at the 1985 action movie with cheese to spare, Commando, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
A bunch of unknown actors test their might. fight. test their might....test their might, MORTAL KOMBAT!
In this episode we plop in our quarters and deliver FLAWLESS retrospective commentary on 1995's, Mortal Kombat.
A movie that raises tough questions about whether or not destiny is pre-determind, and then queefs out on a "maybe it's both" answer.
Tom Hanks is Forrest Gump, in Forrest Gump, a movie about Forrest Gump (1994).
That's the thing about them high school movies, man. You keep getting older, they stay the same age.
In this episode we break out our secret stash of hot takes on the Richard Linklater's stoner cult classic coming of age teen movie, Dazed and Confused.
Johnny Depp does drugs! Yay!
We bought the ticket and took the ride on Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), the Terry Gilliam movie based on the the writing of Hunter S. Thompson.
In 1984 a film finally came along that had the stones to put the study of a violent martial art back where it belongs...in the hands of kids.
In this episode we're talking the original Karate Kid, and loving it for the good and bad of who it is.
Starring Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, and Elisabeth Shue.
It's every teen movie. We are every teen movie. Teen movie am one.
In this episode we explore Not Another Teen Movie's shelf-life and asses the positives and negatives of its level of self-awareness.
Mike Judge is a poet with an eye for the beauty of modern American ignorance.
In this episode on Idiocracy (2006) we are joined by Lance Gilstrap who was lucky enough to be an extra in this film. We talk about what Judge got wrong, right, and generally feel sad while we laugh at the sad state of existence.
The lone rangers rob their way into the rock n' roll hall of legends.
We ain't fartin on no snare drums in this week's episode about Airheads, the 1994 film starring Brendan Frasier, Steve Buscemi, Adam Sandler, Chris Farley, Judd Nelson and even Joe Mantegna.
Harmony Korine forces us to watch his nightmares so that we can all be sad boys.
In this episode we talk about Gummo, the 1997 movie about the destroyed lives of people in the midwest.
Princess Jasmine has 3 days to find love before her father's nonsense law probably ends her life.
But the songs were great!
We dig into the 1992 Disney animated classic, Aladdin, before the remake corrupts our memories.
In the late 90's Adam Sandler had a string of successes, and then in the year 2000 abruptly flopped out Little Nicky. A film set in hell that makes the audience feel like they are also in hell...the hell of this film.
This episode is dedicated to the film that disappointed Sandler fans everywhere, Little Nicky.
A cautionary tale to children everywhere.
We watched The Little Rascals from 1994 and then spent this episode trying to talk ourselves back into the 21st century.