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Join hosts Dr. G and Dr. D as they analyze, diagnose -- and sometimes autopsy -- popular films of the day in a humorous and biting dissection of current film releases. They're determined to get to the bottom of what's wrong with movies and prescribe a treatment. Yes, Hollywood is sick, but don't worry...the doctors are in.
 
Queen St. West - 1950s Parkdale Gang, Juice Chasers, West End Bridge and Social Club operated by Gabourie, Weaver & a cast of rounders🩸 While playing in the Western Hockey League 79-80, Ernie “Punch” McLean former coach/GM of the New Westminster Bruins stated “there’s a 18 year old playing for the Great Falls Americans who is really dynamite. His name is Tim Bailey & he is tabbed as a certain NHL prospect”. Line-mates like Dave Brown & Joey Kocur help Bailey achieve G-52 A-29 PTS-81 in only ...
 
We’ve all heard of Superman but have you ever heard of Supergirl? Meet 12-year-old Kara Zor-El who escapes Planet Krypton to find protection and live a normal life on planet Earth.In the SUPERGIRL AFTER SHOW PODCAST, we will discuss some of the best moments in the show while including recaps and in-depth discussions of the latest episodes with the insider scoop from cast and crew members.
 
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Peter Jackson's revisiting of the notorious footage chronicling the Fab Four's final forays in the studio is just as fascinating as everyone claimed. ("See? They DID like each other!") Your good Doctors went in to this milestone documentary with differing histories and perspectives of the Beatles, but came out equally devastated. We cover parts 1 a…
 
What happens when the four most famous rockers add some new blood and take it to the roof? Our 2nd episode covers the film's 3rd and final part, the legendary final live performance of the biggest band in the world⏤and more. Get ready to party like it's 1969! JOIN THE CONVERSATION: Find us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter & Instagram. Or write us …
 
This week, our boys lean into some hard times on opposite ends of the family-friendly spectrum; in Killing Season, Travolta slaps on a dyed-black chinbeard and a thick moose-and-skvirrel accent as a Bosnian War vet set to take revenge on the American soldier (a weary Robert De Niro) who nearly killed him years ago. It's a one-on-one survival thrill…
 
You know, every day it seems like we’re hurdling ever closer to the end of the world — so it’s fitting that we’ve got a double feature to match! This week, Dan and Jordan from Knowledge Fight take a little breakie from sifting through the purestrain nonsense of Infowars and Alex Jones to talk with us about Savages and Knowing! In Savages, Oliver St…
 
Our 3rd and final double header of Oscar nominees looks at two passion projects that each explore childhood's end. Paul Thomas Anderson portrays bittersweet puppy love against the backdrop of 1973 Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Kenneth Branagh takes us back to 1969 Belfast, relating his experiences growing up amidst the turbulent Troubles that nearly tore…
 
This week on the podcast, YouTuber video essayist extraordinaire Patrick H. Willems hops back on the mic with us for another pair of misguided, xenophobic action pictures! First, there's Bangkok Dangerous, a messy mix of John Woo and Wong Kar-Wai involving an American assassin (Cage) traipsing around Thailand for his next kill, only to find strange…
 
The countdown to the Oscars -- and this year's eagerly awaited Drunk Oscar Picks -- continues as the Doctors spotlight two music-minded movie meals. While production rules over Steven Spielberg's update on red-hot inner city blues, Siân Heder lets silence speak volumes in the intimate tale of a hearing-impaired family. Which has your good Doctors s…
 
What a year! With so many worthy titles to choose from, your good Doctors double-up on the dissections, starting with the darkest contenders of the year, NIGHTMARE ALLEY and POWER OF THE DOG. You'll want to dim the lights for this one... JOIN THE CONVERSATION: Find us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter & Instagram. Or write us at hwoodrx@gmail.com. …
 
Film critic Caroline Siede (The AV Club, FOX Digital) joins us on a globe-trotting double feature with two distinctly inconsequential sets of stakes! In Old Dogs, Travolta teams up with the late, great Robin Williams (and the team behind the execrable but profitable Wild Hogs) for a maddening, dizzyingly-edited nightmare about two fiftysomething me…
 
This week, we're taking a break from the double-feature format for a special, singular look at one of the most important films in Nic Cage's filmography: Neil LaBute's baffling remake of The Wicker Man. And we're pleased to be joined by special guest Bill Corbett, of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and RiffTrax fame! Together, we break down the ways t…
 
Elliott Kalan of The Flop House fame returns to the pod to fully usher our boys into the era of Bad Movies and Bad Hair! First up is The Taking of Pelham 123, Tony Scott's penultimate film and a remake of the 1976 thriller classic about a heist aboard a New York City subway train. But this time, the slow-burn tension and grimy tale of a Big Apple s…
 
Film critic and author Jason Bailey (Fun City Cinema) hops on the Amtrak Acela Express with us, as we bounce between the Big Apple and Baltimore for a decidedly cacophonous double feature! First up is Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center, which trades in Stone’s signature conspiratorial thinking for an earnest, if narratively stagnant, disaster movie …
 
This week, Jordan Morris (Jordan, Jesse, Go!, the new graphic novel Bubble) comes back to the cast for a decidedly cursed double feature to end 2021: Wild Hogs and The Ant Bully! In Wild Hogs, Travolta plays second fiddle to Tim Allen, alongside Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy as a quartet of sad, middle-aged weekend warriors who flee their hen…
 
This week on the podcast, actor, comedian, and podcaster extraordinaire Jon Gabrus (Drunk History, The Action Boyz Podcast) joins us to talk Cage's The Weather Man and Travolta's Lonely Hearts! In The Weather Man, Cage continues his mid-aughts exploration of sad, moody middle-aged antiheroes as a Chicago TV weatherman shrugging his way through his …
 
This week on the podcast, Screen Junkies writer and Binge Boys host Lon Harris joins us for another case study for why the mid-2000s were so good for Cage, and so. very. bad for Travolta: Lord of War and Be Cool! In Andrew Niccol's Lord of War, Cage plays an unscrupulous arms dealer with a calculator where his heart should be, tracking him through …
 
This week on the podcast, Nathan and Clint go it alone for this double feature about AmErIcAn HeRoEs - National Treasure and Ladder 49! First is National Treasure, one of Disney's most successful post-Pirates bids to chase the big-budget family-friendly adventure dragon. This time, the theme is America, with Cage as a boy-scout adventurer determine…
 
We’re back after another short hiatus! This week, Daily Grindhouse’s Preston Fassel joins us to talk about two films featuring our heroes in erstwhile dysfunctional families: A Love Song for Bobby Long and Matchstick Men! In Love Song for Bobby Long, Travolta plays the titular Southern-fried English professor, a hard-drinking, hard-living man deali…
 
A young Hindu man tries to rise above his predetermined social standing by working as a driver for an affluent family, until he's asked to take the blame for a crime he didn't commit. The Doctors catch up with this moving epic about upward mobility in modern-day India and find themselves blown away by the performances and personal conflicts. So wha…
 
This week, we're dealing with a decidedly idiosyncratic double-feature, with We Hate Movies perennial Stephen Sajdak along for the ride! First, there's the 2004 version of The Punisher, the Tom Jane-led throwback to 70s action movies mixed with the best 2000s buttrock post-9/11 society had to offer us. Oh, and Travolta's there as a sleepy, uninspir…
 
Rare is the film that does time travel right, and one day the Doctors will review one of the few that do. Until then, there's this "high concept" actioner that casts a present-day, perpetually clean-faced Chris Pratt as a man whisked off to the future to save humanity⏤an easy task compared to saving this film. Your good doctors waste no time in bre…
 
This week on the podcast, we’re joined by film critic Robert Daniels (of 812filmreviews and a contributor to RogerEbert.com, NY Times, Vulture, and others) to break down an exceedingly strange double feature in our heroes’ oeuvre! First up is Basic, the final film to date from John “Die Hard” McTiernan, which sees John Travolta return to the milita…
 
The Doctors emerge from hiding to join Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Cillian Murphy and Noah Jupe in director John Krasinski‘s sequel to his ground-breaking 2018 sci-fi gripper—and can hardly contain themselves about what they find. Krasinski deftly continues the story of this strong but broken family, as they pick up the pieces and struggle to …
 
This week, Nathan and Clint go it along for a decidedly humdrum double feature in Travolta and Cage’s careers — the early-aughts slumps Domestic Disturbance and Windtalkers! In Domestic Disturbance, Travolta squares off against a sleazy Vince Vaughn (still knee-deep in Gus Van Sant Psycho modes, channeling his blue-collar menace) as the latter weas…
 
For this week’s decidedly strange double feature, YouTube video essayist extraordinaire Patrick H. Willems hops into the driver’s seat as we gawk at the baffling combination of Swordfish and 2003’s Christmas Carol: The Movie! First, we put on our wraparound sunglasses and low-rise jeans to time-warp back to the gossamer pre-9/11 months of 2001, whe…
 
Greetings, rat-brains! This week, we welcome puny man-animal Alonso Duralde for a double dose of religious-themed mayhem: Travolta’s Scientology-adjacent epic Battlefield Earth and Nic Cage’s erstwhile Christmas dramedy The Family Man! Battlefield Earth has long carved out a place as one of the great so-bad-its-good classics, as L. Ron Hubbard’s ga…
 
This week, the realms of Travolta and Cage come perilously close to merging, as our double feature covers films directed by fillmmakers who either have or will directed the other! In The General’s Daughter, we’ve got a steamy, somewhat dated legal thriller/airport potboiler courtesy of Con Air director Simon West, in which a warrant officer (John T…
 
his week on the podcast, comedian and podcaster Josh Gondelman (author of Nice Try: Stories of Best Intentions and Mixed Results) hops in the passenger’s seat for a wild night of good-to-great cinema with our two boys! First up is A Civil Action, the schmaltzy-but-scintillating Steven Zaillian legal drama starring John Travolta as a sleazy personal…
 
Director Chloé Zhao and stellar-as-usual Frances McDormand pack a powerful, pastoral punch in this Grapes of Wrath for the 21st century. As post-retirement road movie, Nomadland has beguiled audiences with its frankness and understated emotion and the Doctors are no exception, even as they struggle with the line between documentary and narrative. P…
 
This week, Nathan and Clint go it alone for one of the podcast’s most curious double features — an art-film masterwork with barely any Travolta in it, and a fully-loaded grotesquery with more Cage than we can shake a snuff film at!First, there’s Terrence Malick’s 1998 war film The Thin Red Line, an elegaic meditation on man’s inhumanity to man, and…
 
This week on the podcast, Vox culture writer extraordinaire Emily VanDerWerff hops on the campaign trail for an interesting, auteur-driven double feature mired deeply in the politics and aesthetics of the late ‘90s! First up is Primary Colors, a Mike Nichols-directed, Elaine May-scripted adaptation of the Joe Klein-penned roman a clef about the Cli…
 
Bridgerton infuses pre-Victorian romance with an IV of diversity training and a snuff box's worth of whatever the hell Baz Luhrmann's on. Too steamy? There's always WandaVision, which puts its heroine in a literally sex-less world of homogeneity governed by the laws of classic television comedies. This double diagnosis has the Doctors break down tw…
 
This week, we (along with special guest, JumpCut Online’s Fiona Underhill) begin our post-Face/Off slide into the latter years of Travolta and Cage with two ‘90s artifacts, Mad City and City of Angels! In City of Angels, Nic Cage takes the ‘fallen angel’ baton from Travolta’s Michael, as a dewey-eyed angel who falls in love with a heart surgeon (a …
 
It's like looking in a mirror, only.... not. It's finally here, folks, the apex of John Travolta and Nicolas Cage's careers, American action cinema, and this podcast's stated mission! This week, the two realms merge with John Woo's Face/Off, in which Travolta and Cage play dual-wielding badasses on opposite sides of the law who find themselves swap…
 
At long last, 2020 is over -- and so is the Doctors' extended hiatus! Hollywood has been forced to forever change how we experience entertainment but continues the time-honored tradition of missing most opportunities and mastering only some. This week, we play catch-up as The Queen's Gambit works its magic on one of us while Fargo leaves the other …
 
Merry Christmas, you filthy animals! To help us usher in a decidedly bizarre yuletide this year, we’re celebrating a fascinating double feature: a bizarre, shambolic Cassavetes family affair and one of the great entries in the Dipshit Film Canon, respectively. What’s more, we’ve got a very special guest to guide us through: Actor and Blank Check po…
 
Welcome to The Rock! (And a Nora Ephron film too, but we know what you’re really here for.) This week on Travolta/Cage, we finally enter that much-vaunted era of Cage, the Schlocky Action Picture, with one of his greats — Michael Bay’s slick slice of ‘90s milporn cheese The Rock. One of the rare films to crystallize Bay’s particular brand of macho …
 
This week on the pod, we start to crystallize the essence of John Travolta and Nicolas Cage’s mid-90s careers with two decidedly different films about characters engaged in holy martyrdom! Jason Webber, author of Purple Bananas: How Prince Saved Me and Other Selections from the Soundtrack 2 My Life and Juggalo publicist extraordinaire, hops on boar…
 
This week, Travolta/Cage hurtles inevitably into the over-amped action movie phase of our subjects’ careers, as John Travolta shacks up with Hong Kong action wunderkind Broken Arrow! Smirking and smarming his way into his first all-out villain role, Travolta plays an Air Force bomber pilot who decides to steal some nukes for some easy money, with o…
 
This week on the podcast, we trawl through the rare pro-Travolta pairing with film critic Lisa Rosman (RogerEbert.com, Vulture), as Barry Sonnenfeld’s charming Elmore Leonard adaptation Get Shorty goes up against the execrable, ear-splitting Christmas comedy Trapped in Paradise! In the mid-’90s, John Travolta was flying high off the success of Pulp…
 
This week, Nathan and Clint go it alone with our latest pairing of Travolta/Cage goodness — mostly so we didn’t have to make a third person suffer the indignity of White Man’s Burden, a post-Pulp Fiction “racial commentary” in which the race/class divide is reversed and white people are on the lower rung of the totem pole. Here, John Travolta, as a…
 
This week, poor Travolta finally catches a break, as we finally reach the point in the podcast where we get to discuss the movie that brought him back from direct-to-video flop hell — Quentin Tarantino’s new-cool opus Pulp Fiction! We’ve got the perfect guest for it, too: film critic at large Jason Bailey, author of Pulp Fiction: The Complete Story…
 
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