Best Classic Film Jerks Podcasts (2024)
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Did you know that 5 out of 3 people have a podcast? Most of them are much better prepared and executed than this one, yet no one believes in the Illuminati. The Objective Jerk dives into such conundrums, with his "off script", lazy production style, but instead of focusing on the negative, he loves Jesus and drinks coffee. So clean your room, and immerse yourself in the ramblings of a Army Veteran, that cares enough to not care at all.
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Hey everyone! This is Robin, the producer. I’m Blaine’s ex-wife and if you enjoy listening to him on Grindhouse Messiah, wait until you hear my new husband, Kris. These two team up to talk new and classic films that they share a love for. Each week they will cover a film, as well as a related top 5 list. These two babble, argue and bond as I try my best to keep them on topic. This episode we get our introductions out of the way and discuss our top 10 films of all time.
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Rising from the ashes of a creative sabbatical, yours truly, the Objective Jerk, has circled back to the airwaves with musings that traverse the unpredictable terrain of motivation and the curious practice of demarcating podcast seasons. Imagine, if you will, a podcast odyssey that stretches from the whimsical early days alongside "American Kalbo" …
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Is this a You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet first? Scott Edgar, or 'Scod' as you may know him from Tripod, is the first Grammy nominee we've had on the podcast! In a first for himself, Scott is watching the hilarious comedy classic starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly, Step Brothers. So, has Scott ever put his nut sack over a set of drums? Feel free t…
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Before we dive into the episode, have you seen our badass logo? Awesome designer Trais Colton Barhaug rocked that for us and you should go support him now! T-shirts, pins, and stickers are on their way. Thanks to Justin’s long time friend, Kwalified, a diehard wrestling fan and dope emcee hailing from Hawaii, for our great intro song. It’s time to …
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Lehmo returns for the third time to You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet, this time he;s here to discuss the 1974 film directed by Mel Brooks, Blazing Saddles. Through a 2024 lense the film could be considered offensive, or a comedy with a message. What does Lehmo think of the film after watching it for the very first time? Feel free to email us at yasnypodc…
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Ever missed out on an April Fool's prank that you wish you'd pulled off? I come clean about the shenanigans that could have been with my kids and reflect on an Easter adventure that went beyond the usual chocolate egg frenzy. Amid the laughter, we slide into a more sobering conversation sparked by a social media post - a candid exploration of the p…
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Episode 2 with a full team. Broken ankles, technical difficulties, and Justin being lazy (not really but he’s easy to blame) pushed back the release a couple weeks, but ALAS… we’re still on pace for a monthly episode, though we’re pushing to the third week of the month moving forward instead of the first… whoops… but we’re here, we promise! But it’…
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Ever found yourself wistfully reminiscing about the golden days of action cinema, where testosterone and explosions ruled the screen? That's exactly where I found myself recently, pouring over memories of watching "Commando" and "Predator" with my grandfather, and how those moments framed my views on Hollywood's take on realism. Join the conversati…
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Before we dive into the episode, have you seen our badass logo? Awesome designer Trais Colton Barhaug rocked that for us and you should go support him now! T-shirts, pins, and stickers are on their way. Thanks to Justin’s long time friend, Kwalified, a diehard wrestling fan and dope emcee hailing from Hawaii, for our great intro song. Originally re…
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Ever been caught in a red tape nightmare? That's where you'll find me in our latest episode, as I unravel the annual ordeal of submitting my kids' birth certificates for a tennis tournament. It's a tale that pits the invaluable against the bureaucratic, where the fear of losing original documents looms large, and the lack of trustworthy family stat…
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What does Brett Blake really think about the 1979 comedy starring Steve Martin? He brings his usual no bullshit policy to his review of The Jerk, after watching it for the very first time. Feel free to email us at yasnypodcast@gmail.com OR drop us some comments, feedback or ideas on the speakpipe (link below) Keep it fun and under a minute and you …
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Kyran Nicholson is deeply ingrained in the Aussie entertainment industry, you may have caught one of his comedy gigs, tuned into his podcast Wax Quizzical, or Bang On with Myf Warhurst and Zan Rowe, of which he was a founding producer. Kyran has accomplished many things, but watching the 1971 film Carnal Knowledge is a first. Feel free to email us …
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As a former soldier, the discipline from my army days unexpectedly became my ally in confronting the daily battles of mental health. From the moment the sun peeks above the horizon, my mission is to maintain a routine that steadies the unpredictable waves of mood swings. Today's episode walks you through my morning rituals, the deep comfort I find …
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Would Bron Lewis bury a stack of cash at the sand at Bondi Beach? No, but she'd anxiously watch on as Heath Ledger does. The 1999 film that featuring Aussie stars, Rose Byrne and Heath Ledger, follows the life of a 19-year-old Jimmy, who has found himself in debt to local gangster, Pando. Even though the film is an Aussie essential, it's one that B…
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Ever wondered how the competitive edge in your kid's pageant could mirror the cutthroat world of movie franchises? Join me as I reflect on personal experiences with my son's recent pageant performance—where, despite a stellar show, another act's similarity seemed to eclipse his—and draw parallels to the strategic timing plays I've observed in the i…
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Struggling through the fog of depression and the rollercoaster of a possible bipolar disorder, I've had my fair share of tough days, and today's chat is a candid take on those challenges. Reflecting on a therapy session that missed the mark, I peel back the layers on how mood swings can unexpectedly disrupt our journey to wellness. The episode take…
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Collingwood Premiership Captain, Darcy Moore, has had an outstanding career spanning over 150 games, and includes bringing home the club's 16th flag in 2023. There's very little he can't do, and yet today he is embarking on something for the very first time... watching Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. The star filled Michel Gondry film, sees …
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As I traverse the winding path of America's political and social terrain, it's hard not to feel a sense of longing for a more stable tomorrow. Memories of my service days come rushing back, painting a vivid picture of the critical role Iraqi interpreters played, intertwined with stories of loyalty and deceit. We're considering bringing on a former …
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When tragedy strikes on a movie set, the repercussions ripple beyond the immediate horror, sparking debates and demanding a closer look at the practices we often take for granted. That's exactly where we venture this episode, dissecting the layers of the Alec Baldwin shooting incident, a harsh reminder of the price of negligence. With the spotlight…
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Join me as I whisk you away on a journey back to the carefree days of youth, where the simple act of watching 'Clue' could shape one's taste in cinema for a lifetime. Childhood was a different game back then—latchkey freedom, the early forays into cooking, and the bliss of unsupervised summers are the landscapes we explore, with a side of humor abo…
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After evading a nasty bug and a crushing creative drought, yours truly, the objective jerk, is back in the game with a punchy critique that's been aching to burst forth. Picture this: the '90s animated X-Men series, ripe for a comeback but shackled by the all-too-familiar grasp of modern political correctness—will it soar with nostalgia or crumble …
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Embark on an auditory expedition that grapples with the enthralling enigmas of conspiracy theories, from whispered talks of the JFK assassination to the contested lunar landing. We tackle the grip these tales have on our perceptions of truth, all while weaving in a personal narrative of my own tussles with the digital tools that shape our stories. …
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Nostalgia for the pigskin parties of my youth clashes with the present disconnect I feel towards the NFL, a sentiment that surges as the Niners and Chiefs prep for the Super Bowl. My musings transcend the simple thrill of touchdowns; they're steeped in the camaraderie of shared moments with my grandfather and military buddies, the devotion to my Mi…
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Ever found yourself tangled in the web of Adobe's intricate software suite, or considered a nostalgic return to the simplicity of GarageBand and iMovie? I sure have, and in today's candid chat, I'll be taking you along the bumpy road of my digital content creation journey. It's a tale of grappling with the allure and frustrations of Adobe's offerin…
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Have you ever felt the thrill of starting anew in a foreign land, only to stumble over the day-to-day quirks that remind you you're not in Kansas anymore? That's the heart of our latest episode – a personal journal entry meets tech talk where I lay bare the complexities of expatriate life in the Philippines, contrasted sharply with the comforts of …
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When my son gave a simple nod of thanks for his new truck on his 17th birthday, it sparked a profound realization about the complexities of gratitude and how we pass these values on to our children. This episode is a hearty blend of personal reflections on fostering appreciation in the family, seasoned with a delightful dash of daily humor as I rec…
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Navigating the life of a podcaster isn't all smooth sailing, and I've had my fair share of obstacles lately, from wavering motivation to an acute coffee shortage that almost spelled disaster. And while I've been wrangling with these everyday antics, I've also been revisiting the nostalgia-packed "Batman: The Animated Series," which led me to ponder…
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As I reminisce about celebrating Christmas amidst the tropical warmth of the Philippines, I can't help but marvel at how the holiday spirit thrives even without the nippy air and snow-dusted rooftops. This episode is an intimate reflection on the vibrant and heartfelt festivities that light up the streets here, standing in stark contrast to the col…
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Ever feel like you have to make everyone agree with your opinion? Particularly when it comes to your favorite comic book heroes? Today, we peel back the layers of fanboy frustrations, the quest for consensus, and the beauty of individuality in the world of comic books. From my discovery of Batman through movies, not comics, to my tragic loss of a b…
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Imagine a world where cell phones are a menace and Facebook is your political battleground. That's a glimpse into our world, the world of this podcast. Jerk openly shares his perspectives on tech-dependency and the political discourse that accompanies our digital lives. Jerk explores his own journey with Facebook, and how he has reshaped his digita…
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Ever wondered why the Hollywood bigwigs spend so much on movies that seem to lack quality? Could there be a possibility of money laundering, or are we just witnessing a deluge of incompetence? We'll unpack these perplexing questions in a fiery discussion that scrutinizes Hollywood’s extravagant budgets, and their questionable impact on production q…
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Ever have a movie that just sticks with you? A film you can watch again and again? For me, that's the Band of Brothers, a series that's been part of my viewing ritual since 2003. This passion for WWII-themed media can be traced back to my grandfather's fascination with the war era - a fascination that, in turn, sparked my interest. Join me as I del…
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Ever questioned the sanity of celebrities threatening to leave the country based on election results? Ever pondered why some 20-year-olds are moved by Osama bin Laden's letter to America, yet display hypocrisy and ignorance? Brace yourselves for a deep dive into these paradoxes as we explore the often-overlooked facets of political discourse. We're…
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Have you ever found yourself getting lost in the world of Godzilla and Titans? My son and I have, and that's just what we did when we sat down to dissect the trailer for the upcoming TV show 'Monarch Legacy of Monsters'. With an array of diverse characters and impressive special effects, this new series feeds our shared love for all things Godzilla…
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We're taking a trip into the You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet archives to re-visit one of our favourites that you all seemed to like. Comedian and author Tanya Hennessy had never seen FORREST GUMP... until now! Tanya Hennessy (I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, Drunk History) joins Pete to chat and cry about feathers, destiny, deep fakes, Jenny, the seq…
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Imagine if the government could control what you see online. Sounds far-fetched? We're jumping into the controversial world of the Patriot Act and Biden's Rules, scrutinizing its inception in the post-9/11 era, its evolution, and its potential expansion via the upcoming Patriot 2.0 (Biden's Rules). We dissect the criticisms it's faced for its broad…
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Are we witnessing the demise of our dedicated military force due to skewed recruitment strategies? Brace yourself for an intense discourse that scrutinizes the evolution of military recruitment commercials, from being driven by patriotism and duty, to seemingly pandering to the LGBT+ community. We dive deep to unravel the repercussions, questioning…
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We're taking a trip into the You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet archives to re-visit one of our favourites that you all seemed to like. Melissa Leong has never seen the classic rom-com When Harry Met Sally .... .... UNTIL NOW Feel free to email us at yasnypodcast@gmail.com OR drop us some comments, feedback or ideas on the speakpipe (link below) Keep it fu…
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Navigating through the tricky waters of a controversial active shooter incident, we tackle the surprising withholding of the shooter's manifesto. Has the usual transparency been compromised in this situation involving a trans individual? We think so. We'll take you through why the delay in its release, a stark deviation from typical protocols, is c…
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