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We Hate Movies

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Since 2010, the We Hate Movies podcast has been loudly celebrating and tearing apart movies from across the spectrum: from forgotten '80s actioners and insane romantic comedies of the '90s, to the early CGI blockbusters of the aughts and the hyper-nostalgic franchises of the 2010s and today. Every week, comedians Andrew Jupin, Stephen Sajdak, Eric Szyszka, and Chris Cabin pick a movie from the near-past to discuss and joke around about in all its positive and negative glory.
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A podcast dedicated to the amazingly fascinating copaganda show T.J. Hooker (1982 - 1986) hosted by Eric Szyszka and Ben Worcester. Hear the guys and the occasional guest star discuss William Shatner in all of his glory. Anything you hear may be used against you in a court of law.
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Talking Simpsons

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Join your friends Bob Mackey and Henry Gilbert for a chronological and cromulent exploration of the greatest show ever made! Each week we're joined by funny guests to tackle a different episode of The Simpsons, breaking down every 22 minutes of animated entertainment into an embiggening discussion about Our Favorite Family. Support us directly at https://Patreon.com/TalkingSimpsons
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Jordan Morris returns to the pod to join us in reminiscing about early Simpsons reminiscing about earlier Simpsons—check out Jordan's new graphic novel with Bowen McCurdy Youth Group, as well as his podcasts Free With Ads and Jordan, Jesse, Go! How did The Simpsons join the long TV tradition of the "clip show," and how did it wind up happening on A…
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“I think he’s in both Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11!” - Chris, on Heston’s sequel policy On this week’s episode, we’re going back to, well, Earth, to chat about the fun-as-hell sequel, Beneath the Planet of the Apes! How silly was it to make James Franciscus look exactly like Charlton Heston, instead of just having him play Taylor? How …
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This week we're joined again by the podcaster Kole Ross, cohost of the many great Duckfeed.tv podcasts including Watch Out For Fireballs, and we discuss an ep about beer and cowardice. As season 14 nears the end, it's an ep focused on the family's pets, along with a big dose of history on Spuds McKenzie. Plus some talk about Jaws parodies, 2003 vid…
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“You pay your mortgage for the year and you just show up and do nothing.” - Chris, on major celebrities voice acting On this week’s episode, we’re chatting about the barely-feature-length sequel, Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties! How in the world did Jon Arbuckle not sense two live animals in his luggage? Is Billy Connolly good in this movie? Should…
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First-time guest, the brilliant TV writer Eva Anderson, is here to help us deconstruct one of the most celebrated eps in Simpsons history! Often ranked high on "best Simpsons ever" lists, we deconstruct how it got that reputation and if the highly quotable scenes hold up. Plus Eva helps us with the show's WGA strike history (which was the style at …
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“I’ll say it: Chris Kattan? Best part of this movie!” - Steve On this week’s episode, we’re finally chatting about the “bad-ass” horror remake, House on Haunted Hill! Did any of those numerous deleted scenes maybe have more character details by any chance? Why couldn’t Jeffrey Combs have played a larger role in this movie? How does Geoffrey Rush lo…
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On this week's On-Screen Live, we're reviewing Jerry Seinfeld's Pop-Tart origin story/biopic disaster, Unfrosted, as well as David Leitch's messy action flick, The Fall Guy and the latest from A24 and Jane Schoenbrun, I Saw the TV Glow! We're also reacting to the latest trailer for the next Star Wars series, The Acolyte, along with looking over the…
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We welcome back the award-winning artist (and our good friend) Nina Matsumoto for an ep about horses and novelty songs! After some unseasonable Christmas talk, we dig into a tale of how David Byrne helps drive the family to vacation with Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Will we play the "Take that, Lisa's beliefs" jingle? Listen now to find out (but the ans…
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“This becomes a sitcom!” - Eric, on this sequel’s goofiness On this week’s episode, the gang gets into action mode to talk about the incredibly silly sequel, Lethal Weapon 3! Why can’t Roger Murtaugh take a bath IN PEACE?! Did they really have to amp up all the grab-ass in this one? How is this evil ex-cop sneaking into all these high security area…
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“He looks exactly like Jason Voorhees if he did wrestling and pornography” - Eric on The Lord Humungus On this month’s We Love Movies, we’re chatting about George Miller’s 1981 action masterpiece, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior! Is this one of the greatest viewing experiences in cinema? How totally unhinged is all this action and stunt choreography? W…
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On this week's OSL, we're back from the road and reviewing a couple new ones, like the latest from horror heavyweights, Radio Silence, Abigail, along with Luca Guadagnino's sex & tennis drama, Challengers. We're also giving our first reactions to the trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's new thriller, Trap, going over the weekend box office, forgetting …
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We've reached the end of the month, which means it's once again time for another installment of our community podcast! Join us as we discuss the deaths of Simpsons digital comics, Larry the barfly, and O.J., retrospectives on Matt Groening's indie zine roots and Mission Mill, and the possibility of a Pluto-style streaming Simpsons channel. And, as …
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“I saw this in theaters!” - Steve, proudly On this week’s episode, the guys bring SHEENPRIL (still stupid) to a close with a fun discussion on the better-than-you-remember Emilio-directed buddy comedy, Men at Work! How great is the chemistry between the two Sheen brothers on screen? What a great spice Keith David is to throw in here— total legend! …
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As we explore a sobering adventure for Homer, we welcome back the fantastic Eric Szyszka from the We Hate Movies podcast! In this memorable episode, not only does Homer get a DUI after defeating a giant spider, but Bart battles a hamster after destroying Lisa's giant tomato. Plus, many more tangents about Reefer Madness, Nixon/Kennedy debates, Herm…
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“It’s like advertising your picture has sound when special effects have come into market... it’s not the same.” - Chris, on bullies aging out On the April ’24 edition of WHM Mail Bag, we’re reading some letters from fans as we plug our upcoming run of spring shows! We’ve got letters from one fella who puked up Twizzlers during a Cleveland screening…
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“This is kinda like Contact for stupid people?” - Steve On this week’s episode, we’re in the back-half of SHEENPRIL with a chat about the fairly solid, alien invasion b-picture, The Arrival! What kind of character name is Charlie’s here, with this Zane Zaminsky? If this movie was more popular, would there have been Zane Zaminsky Halloween costumes …
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On this week's OSL, we're reviewing Alex Garland's Civil War, reacting to the new trailer for Joker: Folie à Deux, going over the weekend box office, learning about another Secret Movie™️ starring Eric Roberts, and chatting with Cinématographe curator & producer, Justin LaLiberty about some upcoming blu-ray releases they have coming out, including …
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Another queer-themed episode of Simpsons means we again called upon two experts, Drew Mackie and Glen Lakin from the excellent Gayest Episode Ever Podcast! After Homer gets mad at Marge for reasons he thinks are defensible (they aren't), he moves in with two gay characters who both become key parts of Springfield. We deconstruct this 2003 approach …
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“There is a terminal velocity for us all!” - Steve, on death On this week’s episode, SHEENPRIL takes to the skies… and dives into a great conversation about the outrageous skydiving-centric action movie, Terminal Velocity! Is James Gandolfini believable as a Russian heavy? Has there been better skydiving stunts in a major motion picture? How humili…
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Hey folks, did you know we're starting our spring run of shows NEXT WEEK in the beautiful city of Atlanta, Georgia? That's right, on April 25th, we'll be returning to HOT-lanta for the first time in seven years to play the gorgeous City Winery, where we'll be talking about the Gerard Butler man-as-video-game-avatar nightmare, Gamer! Then in May, we…
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On this week's OSL, we're reviewing Dev Patel's action-packed Monkey Man and Vera Drew's The People's Joker, reacting to trailers for In a Violent Nature and Alien: Romulus, reviewing a Michael Keaton Secret Movie™️, Knox Goes Away, analyzing the weekend box office (was anyone excited for The First Omen?), and more! Catch us on tour this spring in …
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Not only do we have a Valentine's Day classic this week, but we're also joined by the great first-time guest Mike Maronna from The Adventures of Pete and Pete, Home Alone, and the returning podcast The Adventures of Danny and Mike! Mike reflects on how his career intersected with Bartmania, and then we dig into this iconic ep of misplaced crushes w…
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“Once again, it’s Clint Eastwood as a cop, so he is costing everyone millions of dollars.” - Chris On this week’s We Hate Movies, our dumbest theme month yet, SHEENPRIL continues with a wild conversation on the totally outrageous Clint Eastwood movie, The Rookie! How hilariously inept is Raul Julia’s car thief mastermind? How incredible is the open…
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"Danger Room Liaisons... someone make a parody poster... with Magneto in place of Malkovich" - Eric On this episode of Too Old for This Shit, we're chatting about X-Men '97's "Fire Made Flesh" and "Motendo/Lifedeath - Part 1"! Airing March 27 and April 3 of this year, these episode see our mutant X-Men friends battling Mr. Sinister in a haunted ver…
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“To this day, as of right now, as the words are coming out of my mouth… I have no clue how the stock market works!” - Andrew On this month’s patron-selected We ❤️ Movies episode, we’re chatting about the absolutely fantastic cautionary tale, yes, folks, a cautionary tale, Oliver Stone’s Wall Street! How incredible is Michael Douglas in this movie? …
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