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The second movie in the mystery DVD series is The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and comes from Lobo. Journalist Mikael Blomkvist teams up with hacker and investigator Lisbeth Salander to solve the mystery of a missing woman. As they dig deeper into the mystery, they uncover far more danger than either of them could have possibly imagined.
The boys are joined by Engineer Bob as they review and compare dating advice from the 1930's and the modern era. Find out why breaking and entering is a modern day love language, and how sensual a "wet one" really was back in the day. All this and more on another exciting After Dark episode of the Where to Stick It Podcast.
The guys R.I.P.D., the first of the mystery DVDs from bull moose. Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges play detectives in the after world, who have to track down "dead-o's" who've escaped judgment. Hilarity ensues and thank goodness it's not too long. High-lights are brief appearances from James Hong, and about the first 2 minutes of Jeff Bridges. The rest is best left un-spoken.
With the recent release of Creed III, the boys decided it was time to review the franchise from where it began. Before Creed, on the filthy streets of Philly, there was once a down on his luck goon who became a boxing phenom! The one and only, Rocky Balboa. It's time to review Rocky I-III.
We've finally done it. We've finally reached the end of the Listener Takeover here at the Where to Stick It Podcast. It has been a long journey of ups, downs, and mid-est of mids. The final film we will be reviewing for the Listener Takeover is A Fistful of Dollars which comes to us from Moni. The spaghetti western that set the tone for all gritty western movies after it, and some could argue, the birth of the action film genre.
It's the first Tuesday in March 2023, which means it's time for a February 2023 Wrap-Up. Now if you replace the W in Wrap with a C, you'll get a more aptly named title for this episode. That's because the movies we reviewed this month were CRAP. The guys review Cocaine Bear, and We Have a Ghost. Suffice to say you should save your time, and money. Just listen to this episode for all the details you need. There Where to Stick It Podcast has got your back.
We've reached the second to last movie on the Listener Takeover! Today's is Little Caesar, from 1931, and comes to us from James. A small time 30's gangster has aspirations of becoming the boss of the underworld. His long time friend and partner wants out of the life of crime for a shot at show business. While their paths take different turns, they eventually meet at the crossroads of life and death.
On today's episode, the guys and Engineer Bob test their knowledge on 2 of the best decades in history. It's time to play, 80's 90's Trivia by Outset. Overall, a very solid trivia game, but who's brain shall reign supreme on things that happened almost 40 years ago?
Listener pick number 32 is up next as we are circling the drain of the Listener Takeover. In that spirit, nephew Mikey brings to us, Wanted, Starring James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, Chris Pratt, and Common. Desk jockey Wesley Gibson is thrown into the world of top level assassins after the assassination of his father. Does he have what it takes to be the very best, or will his skills fall short like this movie?
The boys hit the theatres to review Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, the third installment of the Ant-Man movies. By now, you've probably heard this movie get flamed from left and right, but the Where to Stick It crew has a slightly different take on it.
We are coming ever closer to the end of the Listener Takeover here at the Where to Stick It Podcast. This weeks movie is Idlewild and comes to us from Maya. A 1930s gangster movie wrapped up in a musical performed by none other than Outkast.
On today's episode, the boys play Cinephile, a more intelligently named movie trivia card game! Overall a very solid game and one the guys would recommend if you're in the market for a movie based trivia style playing card type game.
The Where to Stick It Listener Takeover has brought us to some very weird and wild places, today's movie is no exception. Mandy, starring Nicholas Cage, Bill Duke, and Linus Roache is brought to us by Brandy. If you're looking for a trippy satanic acid trip on shrooms, you've come to the right episode. Mandy packs a psychedelic punch to the sternum, but will that be enough to keep it out of the list of shame?
We're one month deep into the new year, which means it's time for the first monthly wrap-up for 2023!This month, the boys review Megan, Shotgun Wedding, and Infinity Pool.Money is tight these days, and the Where to Stick It podcast is free to download. Know which movies to see before you possibly waste your money!
The final dad movie of the Listener Takeover is upon us. Pete's dad submits The Hunt for Red October, starring Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin, Sam Neil, and James Earl Jones. During the Cold War, submarine captain Marko Ramius decides to defect to the US by taking his highly classified Soviet submarine, Red October, directly into US territory to surrender.
Life can be so unpredictable at time. One day you're walking home from work flipping through Instagram vaguely paying attention to the street in front of you, and WHAM! You step into a worm hole and find yourself stuck in the Victorian Era! Your first thought might be how did I get here, followed by, how will I survive, but after all that the main burning question remains. How can I get laid around here? Fear not! We got you covered. On today's episode, the boys cover the wild world of Victorian Era dating.
The guys pack up and head to Klendathu for this weeks movie. Brought to us by Prospect's dad Dennis, it's the highly anticipated Starship Troopers! Starring Casper Van Dien, Neil Patrick Harris, Denise Richards, and Jake Busey. What could be more horrifying than flying to an alien planet to battle with horrible arachnid foes? A mids score from Where to Stick It that's what!
While visiting New Hampshire, Jax brought back a few card games for the gang to play. On today's episode the boys play Matchbox Trivia - Amazing Facts, a true or false general knowledge game. How will this card game stack up to the ones of episodes past? Download your favorite movie review podcast today and find out!
One of the more anticipated listener takeover picks is finally upon us. Shout out to Tommy for selecting Hell Comes to Frogtown, starring Roddy Piper, Sandahl Bergman, and Julius LeFlore. Sam Hell (Roddy Piper), is humanity's last hope of repopulating the human race to take back the planet from an evil race of frog people. Can Sam Hell and the greeners win the hearts of the Where to Stick It crew, or will they be nuked into the list of shame?
On this After Dark episode of the Where to Stick It Podcast, Pete brings in a card game he bought from a Japanese bookstore called SuperTheticals. How will this card game hold up to some of the others the guys have played? Download today and find out.
We're nearing the end of the Listener Takeover here on the Where to Stick It Podcast. Today's movie, Kung Fu Hustle, comes to us from Lobo's good friend Marcus. Stephen Chows action comedy about a poor village and it's battle with the notorious Axe Gang.
Ah 2022, we hardly knew you. On today's episode, the boys reflect on the high and low points of the year 2022. From sports, to movies, to celebrity deaths, they cover just about everything. How would you rate 2022 overall? Well, you can take 2022 and you know where to stick it!
Today the Where to Stick It Podcast reviews Donnie Brasco, submitted by Harry for the Listener Takeover. Donnie Brasco, the the true story of under-cover office Joseph Pistone, under the alias Donnie Brasco, who was able to infiltrate one of the five New York mafia families. If you take away nothing else from this movie review, remember this. It's a punch not a pinch.
Happy New Year Where to Stick It fans! Before we can officially welcome in 2023, there is still some clean up to do in 2022! The December Wrap-Up. For the final monthly wrap-up of 2022, the boys review Violent Night, and The Whale.
Reeling from the fallout that was episode 200, The Room, the boys review Everything Everywhere All At Once submitted by Anastasia. While it is highly rated, how will it stack up to the other multi-verse movies the guys have reviewed already? A breath of fresh air, or the stinking smell of mids?
The boys wrap up the Christmas episodes a little differently this year. In an episode their calling Rough Holidays, they're expanding out of Christmas and also reviewing a Hanukkah movie. Today the boys review Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights, and what some might arguably say is the worst Christmas movie ever, Surviving Christmas.
Your favorite movie review podcast just hit Episode 200! And how do the boys get repaid for this monumental effort during the Listener Takeover? How about having to review what some might say is the WORST MOVIE OF ALL TIME!? Tommy Wiseau's The Room, starring Tommy Wiseau and a bunch of other people who really can't act that you've never hear of. Sure The Room is bad bad, but is there a chance the boys can find some silver lining hidden within and make this movie Gagoosh approved? The short answer is no.
The guys review one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year! Avatar: The Way of Water. Bravely, in the face of threats by James Cameron, the Where to Stick It podcast gives its honest review. How will it stack up to the first movie? Should you go see it? Will James Cameron haunt you in your dreams if you dare to take a piss break while watching this 3 hour movie? Find out this and much more today!
Today's Listener Takeover pick comes to us from John G. Forget what you think you know about the Hannibal Lecter movie series. Did you know that Anthony Hopkins wasn't even the first actor to play the famous cannibal? That's because a little movie called Manhunter came out in 1986 which officially kicked off the Hannibal series of films.Suffice to say the Anthony Hopkins Hannibal movies are the standard today, how will this grandfather of the series stack up? Was it done right the first time, or was Red Dragon totally necessary?
The boys and Engineer Bob debate 2 movies that can be considered "Questionably Christmas" Questionably Christmas are movies that are adjacent to Christmas, but not directly about Christmas. The boys review Edward Scissorhands and Gremlins. Two timeless classics with Christmas themes, but are they Christmas movies?
The listener picks have gone off the map and get into the world of cryptid exploration. That's because our next movie, coming to us from cousin Mikey, is Harry and the Hendersons, starring John Lithgow, Kevin Peter Hall, and Don Ameche. Ever wonder what it would be like to live with a bigfoot? Well in 1987, Harry and the Hendersons lays it out. But should you even give it the time of day? Download your favorite movie review podcast and find out!
Even though Wakanda Forever stole some of the spotlight from November releases, the guys didn't want to forget some hidden gems from the month! With that, the November Wrap-Up covers Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, Bones and All, and as a bonus review, The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special.
Today's listener takeover pick comes to us from Prospect's brother Nick, who submitted Molly's Game starring Idris Elba, Jessica Chastain, Kevin Costner, and Michael Cera. Molly's game is surprisingly based on the true story of Molly Bloom, who went from an Olympic class skier, to operating one of the biggest high end illegal poker games.
The boys personally notice that social media is starting to desensitize them to pornography. Additionally, social influencers and personalities seem to be getting more absurd. Will we see a decline in user participation? Or have we all collectively gone too far down the rabbit hole to get out?
The boys tell James Cameron to stuff a turkey with this week's listener takeover movie. That's because Nicole has requested the Where to Stick It Podcast to review Titanic! Yes, the Titanic. A 3 hour masterpiece crammed into 2 VHS tapes. Though praised by some, the crew has been less than thrilled to watch this movie. Hopefully James Cameron doesn't catch wind or he might beat some ass.
The guys review Black Panther Wakanda Forever, the highly anticipated sequel to Black Panther from 2018. If you're not afraid of spoilers, be sure to dive on in and get a review before you go, otherwise, you know where to stick it!
It's Thursday, and if you're a true Where to Stick It fan then you know that means it's time for another Listener Takeover pick. This one comes to us from the one and only Phil Luck, brother to our very own, Handsome Pete. Phil's movie is the highly anticipated Pope of Greenwich Village. Will this 80's mob-ish movie live up to the hype, or get whacked to the list of shame?Check out Phil Luck on Instagram @phillucktattoo, and if you're in Las Vegas, stop by his shop Old Vegas Tattoo @oldvegastattoo
It's been a busy season over at Where to Stick It headquarters, but the boys still managed to find the time and put together a coherent October '22 Wrap-Up. This month's movies, both of which were streamers, are Werewolf by Night and Hellraiser. A small nod and close out to a very entertaining spooky season.
Get ready for weird with this week's Listener Takeover pick. This week's pick comes to us from Ricky, who is a good friend and contributor to the show. The gang reviews 1977's Eraserhead. We can summarize this film with one word, WEIRD. Some like it that way, and others don't. Find out where this film stands with the Where to Stick It Podcast.
Today the boys review one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year! Starring everyone's favorite wrestler turned movie star, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Black Adam! But does it live up to all the hype it received pre-release? Find out today from the most honest and unbias movie reviews out there, the Where to Stick It Podcast.
Lobuela, mother of everyone's favorite Lobo, has submitted Fracture to the Listener Takeover! Starring Anthony Hopkins and Ryan Gosling, Fracture pits the two against each other in court to find out if Ted Crawford (Anthony Hopkins) did in-fact shoot his wife in the face!
Though the spooky season may be over, the guys wanted to throw in one more spooky themed episode. Get ready for "The Horror Trivia Game" (aptly named)! The usual teams have been shaken up this time around. It is Prospect & Lobo on team "The Batmanz", against Pete and Dan on team "The Hot Hogz".
As the Listener Takeover continues, the guys have noticed that majority of the picks thus far have been "middle of the road". Not too good, not too bad, just some meh for lack of a better word. Today's movie however, The Grand Budapest Hotel, wasn't that. But was it good good, or was it BAD BAD? Can this star studded film get Gagoosh approval? Or will it sink to the list of shame?
The last two movies are up for the Frightful Four. Today the boys review Poltergeist, and The Return of the Living Dead, two classic 80's horror movies to close out what was a fun spooky season.
This week's Listener Takeover pick comes to us from Uncle Tony. The Verdict starring Paul Newman, Jack Warden, James Mason, and Charlotte Rampling. Disgraced alcoholic attorney Frank Galvin (Paul Newman) is given an easy and lucrative settle out of court case by his former partner Mickey Morrissey (Jack Warden). However, upon reviewing the case, Frank Gavin has a change of heart and fights to get justice for his client who is now dependent on a ventilator due to medical malpractice. Can Frank Gavin help Uncle Tony's movie selection score high, or is the "Verdict" in on this one?
As spooky season is in full swing, the Frightful Four begin on the Where to Stick It Podcast! This year we kick things old school, then new school. First up 1935's The Bride of Frankenstein starring Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester, followed by 2022's Hocus Pocus 2 starring Bette Midler, Sara Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy.
Next up on the Listener Takeover is a classic early 2000's movie brought to us by the man we know as Egg. EuroTrip, starring Scott Mechlowicz, Michelle Trachtenberg, Jacob Pitts, and Matt Damon!? If you forgot the words to Scotty Doesn't Know, fear not, the Where To Stick It Podcast is here to remind you!
Special guest Cam the Piercer joins the crew as they review some of the big September releases from 2022. The big 3 this month are Barbarian, The Munsters, and Bros.
Just in time for playoff baseball, Lobuelo submits Field of Dreams starring Kevin Costner, Ray Liotta, and James Earl Jones. Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) starts hearing voices and decides to build a baseball field, kidnap a retired activist, and take a cross country trip to try to reunite with his ghost dad.
It's October, which means from now to the end of the month is officially Halloween and the Where to Stick It crew couldn't be happier. On this episode, the guys layout what the month of October will look like for the show as we prepare for Spooky Season! The boys also discuss best Halloween costumes and what Halloween adventures were like as kids in the city between the 80's and 90's.
This week's listener takeover pick is brought to us by Maria and takes us to Southern Italy, where a 17 year old boy and a 30 year old man who like to eat people start a wild anthropological romance. It's time to review Call Me By Your Name. Will this gay coming of age story rank as high as the academy praises it, or will it crash and burn into list of shame?