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On this week's episode, the gang preps for Thanksgiving by offering up the final Brimsgiving episode—a bountiful chat all about the ridiculously long, totally engaging, Tom Cruise-starring, John Grisham legal thriller adaptation, The Firm! How close are these senior partners at The Firm to pulling actual Rosemary's Baby type stuff? How horny is Hac…
 
On this episode, Brimsgiving hits its worst film in the lineup, the absolutely abhorrent Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins! What in the world were they thinking with this Joel Grey performance and makeup? Was Fred Ward really that much more recognizable than Bruce Willis? And why did they place all their action sequences completely out of order? …
 
On this Brimsgiving-adjacent edition of Animation Damnation, the guys are chatting about a bonkers episode of the total trash Star Wars cartoon, Ewoks! The episode in question, " The Curse of the Jindas," originally aired on October 19th, 1985 and features Ewoks bathing in—Yub nub! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, head…
 
On this week's episode, Brimsgiving gets a bit sleazy as the gang welcomes Josh Lewis from the Sleazoids podcast to chat about the Charles Bronson horror/cop/thriller scuzz-fest, 10 to Midnight! How is there no scene of Brimley firing Bronson? Did the killer make a fake karate champion poster with his picture on it? And what's Bronson's problem wit…
 
IT'S NOVEMBER 3RD, 2020: GO VOTE TODAY, AMERICA! On the WHM 2020 Election Special, the gang kicks off the Brimsgiving celebrations with an episode on the ridiculous 1996 old man comedy, My Fellow Americans! Would Walter Matthau really have been able to play Garner's lothario ex-president? Who needed to hear Jack Lemmon wax poetic about wet dreams? …
 
CAUTION: THIS PREVIEW CONTAINS SOME LIGHT MANDO SPOILERS! On the season premiere of The Mandalorian Half-Hour, the gang is chatting about the most excellent season two kick-off! In "Chapter Nine: The Marshal," we see Mando and Baby Yoda gambling on—HEY NOW! This is the way for subscribers only! To access the full show, head over to our Patreon and …
 
On the landmark 50th (!!!!) episode of The Nexus the gang is talking about a classic episode of TOS and a incredibly silly episode of TNG! First over on TOS it's the beloved episode, "The Trouble with Tribbles"! Originally airing December 29th, 1967, this episode features Kirk dressing down a—HEY NOW! This episode is for subscribers only! To access…
 
Stephen Sajdak (We Hate Movies) joins us in the squad car. Tom Atkins (Halloween III: Season of the Witch) guest stars as our authority figure of the month to be thwarted by the mighty Hooker. Not only that, his old pal, Alex Rocco, is not one to be trifled with either. It all comes to a head with T.J. building a Mad Max style battle van in a surre…
 
On the final episode of the 2020 Spook2cular, the guys are chatting about the totally wretched blockbuster sequel, Saw II! Why couldn't the whole movie just focus on the people in the house and leave out the detectives? Couldn't they get anyone for this sequel? And how EXTREME is that needle pit? PLUS: What if Jigsaw was a huge ECW fan? Saw II star…
 
On this month's spook2cularly exclusive WLM episode, the gang has a spirited chat about the totally bonkers, but always wild ride, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2! How great is Dennis Hopper here? Why couldn't we see those preppy turds crash that car? And is this Texas town really that serious about their—WHHHYYYYYYYY YOOOOUUUU! This episode is …
 
On this week's Spook2cular episode, the gang chats about the outrageously fun sequel, Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies! How awesome is Andrew Divoff in this role? Why did the Djinn need an office at the casino? And was this priest character really necessary for the whole film? PLUS: The Djinn crucifies Brett Favre in a Jets jersey! Wishmaster 2: Evil …
 
Here now is the audio from our live-streamed Mail Bag from September where we're reading a few letters about a guy watching Married to the Eiffel Tower with his father, someone getting to hang with Brian Welch from KoЯn, and much, much more! We wrapped up the night by taking some Q's from the audience and answering live! And be sure to watch our Oc…
 
On this month's spooktacular episode of AD, the gang is chatting about one of the all-time greats, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Look how easily they made Linus more—BOO! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, head over to our Patreon and sign up today! Instantly unlock this episode, along with hours, upon hours of …
 
On this week's Spook2cular episode, the gang welcomes Vulture's Angelica Jade Bastién back to the show to have a good hang on the internet and chat about the outrageous sci-fi/horror sequel, Species II! What is with the embarrassing lack of peen shots? How awesome is George Dzundza as this ridiculous colonel? And where are all these alien kids gett…
 
The gang kicks off the 2020 Spook2cular with a rousing discussion on the outrageously fun sequel, Final Destination 2! Was it such a good idea to make the dead meats all complete strangers? What's with all the reminders about the first film? We all saw it! And how do you not give the great Tony Todd more to do in this movie?! PLUS: The gang pitches…
 
T.J. Hooker shoots a kid. Corrigan is briefly in a relationship with a woman who is being blackmailed over pornography. Until she dies. But hey, the kid lives. The tonal shifts are so raucous that the episode even forgets to flesh out the criminals of the week, which include Robert Davi! Donation link to Black Lives Matter and adjacent charities: h…
 
On this week's episode, the gang chats about the grandaddy of all Stay Tuned films, Cool World! Is this whole movie just an acid freakout? Is Cool World the origin of The Order of Boop? And why are there so many horny cartoons? PLUS: Is this Hell? IMPORTANT INFO CORRECTION: Contrary to what we mention on the plug here on this episode, we are appear…
 
On this week's episode, the gang's unofficial Stay Tuned month kicks into overdrive as they chat about what just may be... one of the greatest films of all time: Ricochet! What on Earth is with that incredible gladiator scene? Who runs out of a Port-O-Potty screaming mid-sentence? And did everybody get a good look at that extra who was ROCKING. OUT…
 
On this month's Gleep Glossary, Eric tells the guys all about a completely useless character, Chewbacca's deadbeat nephew, Lowbacca! Why give him that awful nickname? Did Chris once meet Lowie at—::excited wookie noise::! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, head over to our Patreon page and sign up today! Instantly access…
 
On this week's episode, the gang continues to celebrate this unofficial Stay Tuned month with a chat about the incredibly ridiculous thriller Double Jeopardy! How about this garbage trailer giving up the entire film in under three minutes? Hey, way to c-block that art phony, Bruce Greenwood! And why didn't Ashley Judd's character think. to. get. a.…
 
On this month's Animation Damnation, the gang has a long overdue chat about a show they thought they remembered fondly, Garfield and Friends! The episode in question, "Binky Gets Cancelled!/U.S. Acres: Show Stoppers/Cutie and the Beast," originally aired back on October 7th, 1989 and features a terrifying—hey now! This episode is for subscribers on…
 
On the season eleven premiere of We Hate Movies, the gang heads back to school with the absolutely bonkers child action film, Toy Soldiers! Why couldn't Louis Gossett Jr's character be some kind of disgruntled Vietnam veteran? What's with this phone sex hangout? And just look at all the banana hammocks in this movie! PLUS: Did the Cannon Film Group…
 
On this very special patrons-only presentation, the gang spends close to two hours deconstructing every single track from KoЯn's breakthrough 1998 record, Follow the Leader! Come for the chunky guitars, stay for the—HEY you may Got the Life, but this KoЯnkast is for subscribers only! To experience the entire KoЯnkast, along with hours and hours of …
 
This week on the program, the gang is playing in the sand at Quarantine Beach so they're unlocking the vault to bring Episode 377, Ready Player One to the public! Why is an entire society obsessed with this weird, old man's life? Why didn't this dumb kid use the hover conversion more to his advantage? And could a film dump on The Shining any worse …
 
On the season ten finale, the gang welcomes Chelsea Jupin back to the show to celebrate Christmas in August with a chat about While You Were Sleeping! How many false memories does Andrew have about this movie? How long are they slipping on that ice? And should Sandy start slowly poisoning that creepy super? PLUS: This Christmas, While You Were Slee…
 
On this month's We Love Movies episode, the gang keeps the Superman party going as they chat about the original classic, Superman! How fantastic are Christopher Reeve's—HEY THERE! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, along with over 300 hours of exclusive bonus content, head over to our Patreon page and sign up today!…
 
On the conclusion of WHM's FIVE HUNDREDTH (!!!) episode, the gang is chatting about the spectacular failure that is Superman IV: The Quest for Peace! Did Hackman flat-out refuse to use anything other than his real hair this time? Why sub out Otis for, ugh, Lenny Luthor? And could the producers not agree on a real villain to use, ultimately damning …
 
On the 500th episode of We Hate Movies, the gang celebrates the big Five Hundo by re-chatting about two outrageously disappointing superhero movies! First up on part one, it's Superman III! Why did they bother writing a fake rich, white guy villain when they couldn't get Hackman? Why couldn't Pryor turn into Braniac by the end? And what is with tha…
 
On this month's very special edition of the Gleep Glossary, the gang is chatting about one of the all-time greats, everyone's favorite Gungan—Jar Jar Binks! How many jobs has Jar Jar washed out of? How much of Phantom Menace's problem is—HEY NOW! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, along with hours and hours of exclusive …
 
On the episode before 500, the gang chats about the outrageous Michael Keaton clone comedy, Multiplicity! Why in the world is Harris Yulin's character only in a single sequence of the film? Why do the clones have different personalities from Michael Keaton Prime? And what's the policy on having sex with your own clone? PLUS: A tale about Al Franken…
 
On this month's Animation Damnation, the gang is chatting about a completely ridiculous episode of the dimwitted cartoon sensation, Inspector Gadget! The episode covered this month, "Monster Lake," originally aired September 13th, 1983 and features Gadget driving his car straight off—HEY NOW! This episode is for subscribers and M.A.D. agents only! …
 
On this week's episode, the gang kicks off an unofficial Stay Tuned month by welcoming back dear friend and Disaster Movie Expert, Justin J. Case, to tackle the lesser of the two major 1990's volcano movies, Dante's Peak! How horrendous is that grandma character? Why does the mayor have to work at the diner? And what's with all the water-related ki…
 
On the season finale of MELR0210 the gang takes a Super Mario warp tunnel to Beverly Hills, 90210's second season so they can chat about the much-hyped episode, "The Next Fifty Years"! Originally airing November 7, 1991, this is the infamous Scott Scanlon accidental suicide episode that's been talked about since the birth of WHM! On top of showcasi…
 
On this week's episode, the 2020 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza comes to an end with a spirited conversation about Guy Ritchie's 2009 feature-length fist-fight, Sherlock Holmes! Why must we sit through so much slow motion punching? Why bother so obviously dangling Moriarty throughout the entire film only to save him for the sequel? And what's with…
 
On this week's MELR0210, the gang is talking about the Jo-tastic Melrose Place episode, "The Whole Truth"! Originally airing November 18th, 1992, this episode features Jo being super mysterious with everybody still, Jake taking Jo to the Riverboat Strangler's desert drop site, Jane getting a new job with a real POS fashion designer, Matt dropping h…
 
On the penultimate episode of the 2020 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza, the gang is chatting about the totally lazy and unnecessary sequel, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life! How cheap does that CGI shark look? Why did they bother keeping the two dolt tech characters? And what's with the 11th hour tree monsters? PLUS: The guys come up with the…
 
On this week's MELR0210 the gang has a spirited chat about the pretty darn good Beverly Hills, 90210 episode, "A Fling in Palm Springs"! Originally airing February 21, 1991, this episode features David Silver and his awesome grandparents, Scott getting horrifically ditched, Steve Sanders being disgusted by goth girls, Kelly turning Steve down, Donn…
 
On this month's exclusive We Love Movies episode, the gang gets together (virtually) to chat about one of their all-time faves, Raiders of the Lost Ark! Why couldn't they get a better—hey now! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, head over to our Patreon and sign up today! Instantly access not only this show, but hours upo…
 
On this week's episode, the 2020 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza takes a layover to JFK to chat about Steven Spielberg's low stakes sap-fest, The Terminal! Why doesn't Tucci's character get his at the end? Why couldn't Catherine Zeta-Jones play an investigative reporter who breaks Viktor's story instead of a flight attendant that does nothing? And …
 
On this week's MELR0210, the gang is chatting about the Melrose Place episode, "House of God"! Originally airing November 11th, 1992, this game-changing episode features the debut of Daphne Zuniga as mysterious New York photographer Jo Reynolds, Allison kicking a dryer, Billy watching Allison sleep, Rhonda moving her entire apartment in a morning, …
 
This month on AD, the guys are chatting about the absolutely abhorrent cartoon adaptation, The Mask! The episode in question, "Mr. Mask Goes to Washington," originally aired September 24th, 1996 and features The Mask getting obsessed over crab–WHOA SOMEBODY STOPPED YOU! This episode is for subscribers only! To listen to the full show, head over to …
 
On this week's episode, the 2020 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza heads to Edge City where the gang has a spirited chat about the 1994 Jim Carrey smash hit, The Mask! Why couldn't the studio let this be closer to the Hard R content of the comic? Was this film responsible for the return of swing music? And how exhausted must Jim Carrey have been for …
 
On this week's MELR0210, the gang is chatting about the ridiculous Beverly Hills, 90210 episode, "East Side Story"! Originally airing February 14th, 1991, this episode features Brandon being "shockingly" ignorant about race relations in Los Angeles, Jim and Cindy throwing a party for a new client, Brenda and the gang getting some free bathing suits…
 
This week on the program, the 2020 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza heads to Team-Up Town with a discussion all about the first film in a trilogy of dried out beef, The Expendables! What's going on with Stallone's facial hair in this movie? How many of the Expendables are the "Knife Guy" on the team? Was that really just Jet Li asking Sly for a rais…
 
We close out another week in quarantine with a MELR0210 episode all about the Melrose Place entry, "Drawing the Line"! Originally airing November 4, 1992, this episode features Allison's relationship with Keith hitting the skids when Keith's wife shows up, Billy asking Allison to go back out in the rain to pick him up dinner, Rhonda getting a ridic…
 
On this week's episode, the Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza rolls on as the gang reaches their, apparently annual it seems, Shrek-tacular episode—this year covering the heinous Shrek the Third! Why did we need to see Shrek's nipples multiple times? Who thought bringing Arthurian Legend into the franchise was a good idea? And why do so many animatio…
 
On the first of TWO MELR0210 episodes this week, the gang welcomes the co-host of If I Were You, host of the NBA super-fan podcast Buckets, and all-around good dude, Amir Blumenfeld to chat about the Beverly Hills, 90210 episode, "Slumber Party"! Originally airing January 31st, 1991, this episode has Brenda hosting a Women's Conference/slumber part…
 
We roll into the weekend with one more MELR0210 episode, this time talking about the Melrose Place episode, "Dreams Come True!" Originally airing October 28th, 1992, this episode features Allison really getting confused over her affair with Keith, Billy standing up for Allison, Sandy getting a big role on a soap and leaving forever, Jake shrugging …
 
On this month's AD, the gang is chatting about an incredibly outdated (read: racist) episode of the classic show, Scooby Doo, Where Are You? The episode in question, "Mystery Mask Mix-Up," originally aired September 19th, 1970 and features the gang trying to find a stolen—HEY NOW! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, head …
 
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