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Movie Dumpster

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Joe and Sean rummage through cinema’s garbage for the good, bad, and god-awful! Tune in for insightful and comedic deep dives of hidden gems, out-there oddities, and Hollywood stinkers. Horror, Sci-Fi, Action and everything in-between, the Dumpster never disappoints!
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What Were They Thinking?

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Nathan and Brendan discuss truly awful movies while trying to keep their sanity in tact. Full disclosure: We may be in love with the movies we deem terrible. New episodes uploaded every Thursday! Logo created by Mariah Lirette. Theme song by Taylor Sheasgreen of the Motorleague.
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A weekly-ish Podcast about whatever we want, but also nothing... and movies. Hosted by Theresa is Dead and Alex is Bored look for new episodes Thursday/Friday Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/deadandbored/support
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This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of Come Out in Jesus Name, Greg Locke's documentary about all the demons that make us do this show every week. === Check out the Maytreon goals here: https://elibosnick.wixsite.com/my-site If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: ht…
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In a first-ever for the boys in Thinking Town, Canada... this is the first of a Taken twofer. That's right - starting off this week with Taken 2, a film that asks the question: do you want to see it again but not as good? This film has everything from Bryan's daugher Kim using grenades like sonar devices, Bryan's sewing circle of friends who dish w…
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This week, Cara Santa Maria joins the guys for an atheist review of An Unlikely Angel, which can only be described as a Christian movie times a Hallmark movie. --- Hear Eli interview Cara on her 500th episode: https://www.carasantamaria.com/podcast/ama-eli-bosnick --- Check out the Maytreon goals here: https://elibosnick.wixsite.com/my-site If you’…
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Celebrate Mother's Day in the Video Dungeon with our review of "Mom" (1991), the horror-comedy monster movie you never knew you needed! Join us as we dive into the tale of Clay Dwyer and his monstrous mom, whose appetite for home-cooked meals takes a terrifying turn. From sweet and lovable to flesh-eating fiend, this is one family drama you won't f…
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The Movie Dumpster Hotline lives! Originally an add-on to our mainline episodes, The Movie Dumpster Hotline has grown into a show all its own, thanks to YOU Dumpster Dwellers! Join us as we spin that answering machine to discuss the gems left behind by our listeners. Expect laughs, insights, and real moments that hit close to home. On this episode …
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This week, Patron Megan Miller joins the guys to school them on the education system with a breakdown of the 1999 Kevin Williamson thriller Teaching Mrs. Tingle. Will a real-life horrific violent act in school stop the momentum of a potentially violent school-themed thriller? No wa-- ... what? Oh, it will... oh, it did? Oh okay. Ahem. Anyway, the g…
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This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of Red Planet Mars, a 1952 film that asks the tough questions about first contact with aliens. Like "what religion are they, though?" --- Check out the Maytreon goals here: https://elibosnick.wixsite.com/my-site If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please chec…
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Patron Michael Bagford bestows the boys with the kaiju film Godzilla vs. Megalon but should it really be called Jet Jaguar vs. Megalon with Godzilla Making the Hot Tag? The fellas discuss if Jet Jaguar is the "Poochie" of this movie, Godzilla barely being in it, the two dads and much more. Plus - Nathan pitches his kaiju-themed comedy. Next week: S…
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We're firing up the PC in the Video Dungeon this week, Dumpster Dwellers! Step into the virtual realm of Brainscan (1994) in this captivating movie review! Join us as we delve into this cult classic that blurs the lines between reality and fantasy. Discover the thrilling narrative of a teenage gamer who finds himself entangled in a sinister game wi…
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This week, Twitch streamer Kiptid joins us for an atheist review of Stiches, the story of a demon in an old lady suit tricking people out of their souls by asking if they don't not want to give them to her. --- Check out more from Kiptid here: https://m.twitch.tv/kiptid/home --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus epi…
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Britany is back this week to help the guys dissect the 2001 dramedy Rock Star featuring Mark Wahlberg having the most fun ever. They discuss the rampant homophobia, Jennifer Aniston crushing it, the wigs, Wahlberg's obsession with the band, Nathan points out all the anachronisms with the music choices throughout and much more. Next week: Kaijuuuuu!…
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College student Stacey (Begoña Plaza) boards a mysterious train to travel home for Thanksgiving. After being seated in the train's last car, meeting the somewhat bizarre passengers, and witnessing various oddities occur whenever the car passes through a tunnel, Stacey soon discovers a horrific truth about the train, its passengers, and herself.Dire…
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This week, Cara Santa Maria joins us for an atheist review of Best Friends Genetically Modified; the third movie in Donald James Parker's "Best Friends" trilogy, and Cara's first taste of the Grampsiverse. --- Check out more from Cara on the Talk Nerdy podcast --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please c…
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Look, I usually try to put a funny little summary here but this movie is vile and hateful and not good for Christians or Atheists or really anyone who doesn’t have a black heart. The guys are joined by former pastor Troy Carruthers to get into some of the more intricate aspects of religion (especially the danger of “narrative”) and why this movie i…
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We're joined by Michael Marshall for a thorough debunking of the anti-vaxxer nonsense and pseudo-politics of the so-called documentary Plandemic 3: The Great Awakening. --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/godawful Check out our other shows, The Scathing …
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We're heading to Camp Hope to hang out with Salami Sam and lose some pounds using a little Perkis Power! When Gerry gets sent to "fat camp" by his parents, the best summer ever quickly turns into a nightmare when health guru Tony Perkis buys the summer camp and forces his rigorous training methods on the campers. To overthrow their new tyrant Gerry…
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This week, the fellas are delighted to be joined by Patron extraordinaire/Ultraviolet super-fan Raina Harper to discuss... well... Ultraviolet. They talk about the genuinely unfinished special effects and the uncanny valley, characters that forget what they were told minutes afterwards, the unnecessary twists, the movie appealing to the anti-vax cr…
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Chester Caruso (Paul Dooley), a former dancer turned lingerie salesman, rents a room at a motel. Inside his room, Chester is subsequently harassed by Glenda (Dorothy Parke), an alluring but volatile ghost of a woman who seems to confuse him for Harry, a man who had supposedly been cheating on her. Directed by Richard Friedman and written by Art Mon…
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We're joined by Katie and Allen of the "Werewolf Ambulance" podcast for a review of Matthew 18, a Christian horror movie that pop scared itself by accident and isn't sure of its own plot. --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/godawful Check out our other s…
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Back to the standard bad movies this week... with the Russell Crowe directorial effort Poker Face. Luckily, the guys are joined by Australian (but really a true Seattle native) in Declan Green, who may have been telling the truth about 33.3% of the time. They discuss Australians doing cringy Australian accents, Liam Hemsworth playing a 57-year old …
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This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of Church People, the Mike Lindell produced Christian comedy about a megachurch. Because atheists have to make their own hell. --- Come see us live in Salt Lake City on August 3rd! https://www.eventbrite.com/o/god-awful-movies-13226085022 --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get mont…
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WE’VE GOT ONE!! Paul Rudd and Egon’s grandkids are back and this time they’re bustin’ ghosts in The Big Apple! When an ancient ice demon escapes from a literal Hellraiser puzzle box and threatens to freeze the world, they team up with the original Ghostbusters to save the world! Watch out for spooks, specters, and falling Stay Puft Marshmallows, as…
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This week, Ryan is back to talk about the 2018 action hit Skyscraper starring The Rock! Unlike the Anna Nicole Smith one, this movie has a budget! The guys talk all about this whackadoo movie including Neve Campbell's car fight, the duct tape product placement, the Hall of Mirrors as a functioning room... and they also sorta answer the question - i…
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This week, Michael Marshall joins us to learn how you can cure all human illness by sticking juice in one end, coffee in the other, and letting them meet in the middle. Come see us live in Salt Lake City on August 3rd! https://www.eventbrite.com/o/god-awful-movies-13226085022 --- Check out more from Marsh on Be Reasonable and Skeptics with a K --- …
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Christine Matthews (Lorna Luft), arriving at her childhood home to make amends with her mother following a nervous breakdown, discovers that her mother (Coleen Gray) has turned her old bedroom into a shrine. Christine also meets and competes against Chrissie, a sinister spirit taking the form of her younger self who her mother favors over her.Direc…
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It's that time of year so Nathan and Brendan welcome back Ryan Gilbert to discuss the Vince Russo-era WCW PPV New Blood Rising. They talk all about the overly convoluted and confusing rules for nearly every match, Goldberg refusing to "play ball," four referees in one match, storylines involving revenge p*rn and miscarriages and much more. Plus: br…
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This week, Cecil joins us for an atheist review of Strawinksy and the Mysterious House. And knowing full well what a strong statement this is, I'm gonna go ahead and tell you this might be the weirdest thing we've ever watched. --- Check out more from Cecil on Cognitive Dissonance, Lawful Assembly, and Season Liberally --- If you’d like to make a p…
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Top o' the mornin', Dumpster Dwellers! Our favorite pint-sized, green machine, Lubdan, is back for his gold, and this time he's hitting the streets of Las Vegas! He's been magically melted, set on fire, stabbed with wrought iron, and blown to bits, but this time he's back... as a statue? That is, until a greedy pawn shop owner removes a magic medal…
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We travel back to 1995 to learn about the futuristic world of 1999 this week with Virtuosity starring Russell Crowe as... a ham sandwich? The guys talk all about Crowe's absolutely bananas performance as SID 6.7 and his literal devouring of scenery but they also discuss the music of screams, the UFC content, Denzel Washington's wig and much more. N…
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This week, Cara Santa Maria joins us for an atheist review of Consider it All Joy and *spoiler alert* she does NOT consider it all joy. Check out more from Cara on the Talk Nerdy podcast --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/godawful Check out our other sh…
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The Dumpster Boys are cracking into some Hong Kong action this week with a vengeance! Corrupt customs agent Robin Shou has Moon Lee's brother killed as part of an illegal weapons smuggling plot, so Moon and her husband Ray Lui go after Shou for revenge. Loaded with car chases, martial arts, incredible stunts, and Evil Liu Kang, you'll be on the edg…
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Struggling author Junior P. Harmon (Larry Manetti) hires Alex Kellaway (Charles Knapp), a jolly and obese man, as his new agent. Upon meeting with Junior, Kellaway tells him that there is only one way he can make his novels succeed: animal sacrifice. As such, Junior regularly begins ordering and sacrificing animals, his work becoming more and more …
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This week, one of our patrons Adam Jures brings us the long-awaited sequel to a trashterpiece of cinema - The Toxic Avenger Part II. The guys talk about Troma Films and their Don Rickles approach to comedy, the Toxic Avenger somehow becoming a CARTOON SERIES FOR CHILDREN, the lack of planning on the part of Apocalypse Inc, the Neil Breen-level evil…
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This week, the guys team up with a live audience in Orlando, Florida for an atheist review of Walt's Disenchanted Kingdom, a documentary that exposes Disney's purported sexualization of children. Brought to you by, of all things, the Catholic League. --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us ou…
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There are five Thursdays this month so it's time to discuss a movie that didn't QUITE make its way to cinemas - Hell Comes to Frogtown starring "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. The guys talk about the Dance of Three Snakes, the nonsensical "twist," the immobility of the frog costumes, Roddy Piper being absolutely irresistible and much more. Next week: Some Tro…
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This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of His Only Son, the story of that time God pranked Abraham into attempted filicide. --- To get tickets to see us live in Orlando, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/god-awful-movies-live-in-orlando-florida-tickets-778242784117 --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly b…
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There's some more voodoo magic cookin' up in the Video Dungeon this week, Dumpster Dwellers! Kwame's up and coming rap group are made an offer they can't refuse by a local gangster, Big Pere. But instead of making a deal, they make a fool of him which puts Kwame's gran in the hospital. Using the power of the dark magic that flows through his blood …
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Archie Fenton (Robert Rothman) moves into the St. George apartment complex to be closer to his new job, where he receives the modern, fully equipped apartment of his dreams. However, after noting that some of his neighbors are frightened and are subsequently going missing, Archie discovers that the building is actually a giant dragon shaped like a …
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The guys finally talk about a movie that has been pitched since it came out back in 2017. Frequest guest and extreme sports expert Jerika is delighted that they are finally discussing the sorta-pun movie Monster Trucks. They talk about Lucas Till looking way older than his classmates, Jane Levy playing a full-on stalker, saving photos on the cloud,…
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We're joined by Thomas and Matt from the Opening Arguments podcast to break down the religio-legal insanity in episodes 3 and 4 of the Netflix series Messiah. --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/godawful Check out our other shows, The Scathing Atheist, T…
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This week, it's Mariah's turn to choose the doom & gloom and she brings back old stalwart Neil Breen with his 2016 manifesto Pass Thru. She also joins the fellas to help discuss the fake tiger, Breen's lengthy monologue on the evening news, the drug cartel leader's yell-acting, the useless subplot with the child astronomers and much, MUCH more. Nex…
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We're joined by DOCTOR Cara Santa Maria for a review of the death with indignity Christian movie called A Time For Heaven. --- If you’d like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/godawful Check out our other shows, The Scathing Atheist, The Skepticrat, Citation Needed, and …
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It's Valentine's Day in the Video Dungeon again, Dumpster Dwellers! This week we're heading out to find the secret of Valentine Bluffs. 20 years ago, miner Harry Warden was trapped after an explosion caused by the negligence of his managers. Taking a brutally bloody revenge, Harry donned his mining gear to get even on Valentine's Day. Now, Harry is…
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This week, Patty picks the movie for the guys and bestows upon them... Metro starring Eddie Murphy. Yes, it's the action/comedy with very little comedy that made the nation come together... and ask each other if they'd seen that new Eddie Murphy movie to which most people shrugged and walked away? After Nathan reveals his very personal connection t…
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Theatrical director Andrea Caldwell (Carolyn Seymour) finds herself and her co-workers trapped in the dreams of weaselly stagehand Otto Schrog (Lou Cutell). Able to control reality in his dreams, Otto forces his prisoners put on a poorly-written play in which he is the star, having them cater to his every whim and fulfill his fantasies. Eventually,…
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This week, Michael Marshall joins us for an atheist review of Best Friends Recycled. In our ninth foray into the Donald James Parker filmography, we dive into the direct sequel to the adventures of Tony and Jackson from Best Friends Eternally. In this installment, almost nothing happens again. --- To get tickets to see us live in Orlando, click her…
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The Worst of 2023 concludes and bookends our series with unnecessary sequels with The Exorcist: Believer, David Gordon Green's attempt to resurrect the series. The guys talk about this film disrespecting the original film by way of their abuse of Ellen Burstyn, having two possessed girls this time, the Linda Blair cameo, the Religious Avengers (TM …
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