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This week we’re talking about Vols. 1 and 2 of Stranger Things 4 and… woof!! Kat and Jocelyn discuss unnecessary plots, weirdo structure and pacing, and what else is in Dr Brenner’s VHS collection. This episode brought to you in part by Upside. Upside is an incredible app for anyone who buys gas, groceries or dines out. With every purchase, you're …
 
In the final week of Disaster Movie Month, we're talking about The Day After Tomorrow! Kat and Jocelyn discuss bad hair, passive plots, and whatever the hell happens to those two astronauts. This episode is brought to you in part by TeePublic. Check out www.TeePublic.com and discover your next favourite Tee. Psst... they also have nerdy hoodies, sw…
 
This week, we HORRIFY OURSELVES TO THE VERY DEPTHS OF OUR BEINGS by talking about The Perfect Storm! Kat and Jocelyn discuss excellent special effects, horrible everything else, and a certain friend of the podcast makes a guest appearance. Brought to you in part by GhostBed. Every GhostBed product, from their mattresses to their sheets and pillows,…
 
Disaster Movie Month continues, and this week we're tackling The Core! We talk about terrible special effects, how this movie is just the goofy version of Sunshine, and Kat and Jocelyn use their very real and true scientific abilities to name all the layers of the Earth's crust. This episode brought to you in part by Upside. Upside is an incredible…
 
We're continuing Disaster Movie Month with the 2017 film Geostorm! We talk about an incredibly unlikable "hero", try to figure out Gerard Butler's best movie, and Kat proposes an unconventional name for this film. Brought to you in part by GhostBed. Every GhostBed product, from their mattresses to their sheets and pillows, is designed with cooling …
 
This week, we're kicking off a full month of Disaster Movies with the 2022 flop Moonfall! We discuss bummer conspiracy theories, how every scene of this film feels like the actors JUST met, and a line that still has Kat vibrating with joy. This episode brought to you in part by Rothy's. Rothy’s is the everyday flat for life on the go. It will blow …
 
It's the final week of Kids Movie Month, and we're discussing The Dark Crystal! Kat and Jocelyn talk about how Jen's the first hero to get a quest through a pyramid scheme, how this movie is the opposite of ASMR, and question whether all prophecies should rhyme. (Hint: they should). Brought to you in part by GhostBed. Every GhostBed product, from t…
 
Continuing Kids Movie Month, we're discussing the surprisingly grim 1994 film Blank Check! Kat and Jocelyn discuss the narrative leaps this movie has to make to justify... literally everything that happens, how this movie does Karen Duffy dirty, and how the protagonist of this film is just kid Daniel Plainview. This episode brought to you in part b…
 
Kids Movie Month continues with the unexpectedly devastating Free Willy! Kat and Jocelyn talk about how you simply MUST not allow babies to train whales, how strange it is to see Michael Madsen in a kids' film, and reveal their grim connection to the documentary Blackfish. This episode brought to you in part by Framebridge. Framebridge makes it sup…
 
It’s Kids Movie Month, and we’re talking about The Chipmunk Adventure! We discuss the most confusing plot of all time, a musical number that is unacceptable for kids, and Kat brings up a classic question. This episode brought to you in part by Rothy's. Rothy’s is the everyday flat for life on the go. It will blow your mind that they’re made from re…
 
In the final week of Action Movie Month, we’re talking about John Carpenter’s Escape From LA! Kat and Jocelyn discuss Kurt Russell’s enduring awesomeness, the fact that this film has a FOR REAL life or death basketball scene, and revisit an old crush. Brought to you in part by Pair Eyewear. Pair Eyewear’s base frame and magnetic top frame combinati…
 
Action Movie Month steams ahead with Tango and Cash! We discuss how this movie is just "bad cop, bad cop", explore a club with a deeply confusing business model, and contemplate the world's most confusing lair. Today's episode brought to you in part by Nutrafol. Nutrafol helps you take control of hair growth, it is formulated with potent botanicals…
 
Action Movie Month continues with one of the worst films of all time: John Travolta's passion project, the adaptation of Battlefield Earth! We discuss terrible villain design, terrible everything else, and wonder what it must have been like eating lunch with John Travolta. This episode brought to you in part by Framebridge. Framebridge makes it sup…
 
Action Movie Month is back, and we're kicking it off with 1995's Johnny Mnemonic! We discuss this film's stacked cast (sort of), confused disease choreography, and ponder this film's true hero: an internet-surfing, heroin-addicted dolphin. (No, really). Brought to you in part by Ana Luisa. Ana Luisa’s jewelry is elegant, unique, high quality, affor…
 
To close out Musical Movie Month, we're talking about the film adaptation of The Last Five Years! We talk about how Jason Robert Brown TRULY tried it with this one, how this is a perfect show... when you're young, and how exhausting both members of this couple would be. This episode is brought to you in part by TeePublic. Check out www.TeePublic.co…
 
Continuing Musical Movie Month, we're talking about the 1996 adaptation of Evita! We discuss how Jonathan Pryce has really gotta stop playing people, how Madonna might think Evita is a #girlboss, and this movie's surprising connection to monster truck rallies. Brought to you in part by Ettitude. Made from the world’s first CleanBamboo fabric, ettit…
 
Movie Musical Month continues with a discussion of the worst sequel ever made, Staying Alive! We talk about terrible choreography, a plot that makes no sense, and how John Travolta single-handedly destroys his own character’s legacy. And more. So much more. This episode brought to you in part by Jenni Kayne. Curated, stylish staples that work with …
 
We’re continuing Movie Musical Month with the 1954 “classic”/unadulterated horror-show Seven Brides For Seven Brothers! We talk about the best dance sequence of all time, the worst plot of all time, and what Adam Pontipee’s up to when we don’t see him. Today's episode brought to you in part by Nutrafol. Nutrafol helps you take control of hair growt…
 
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