In this episode the crew sat down and discussed 80s Movies That Birdman Hasn't Seen!Your Geekmasters:Mike "The Birdman" - https://twitter.com/BirdmanDoddAlex "The Producer" - https://twitter.com/DeThPhaseTWIGAaron PollyeaFeedback for the show?:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: https://twitter.com/thisweekingeekiTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-geek/id215643675Spotify: spotify:show:0BHP4gkzubuCsJBhU3oNWXGoogle Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzU3MTAzNy9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkCastbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/id2162049Website: https://www.thisweekingeek.netSept 27, 2023This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3571037/advertisement
Repo Jake is more like Limpy Tube Steak! Sorry to all who also have limpy tube steaks. This 1990 cinematic gem starring Dan Haggerty, best known for his lovable role as Grizzly Adams, takes you on a rollercoaster of hilariously bad movie goodness that you won't soon forget. It's a prime example of the "so bad it's good" category that will have you laughing, cringing, and scratching your head all at the same time. First off, let's talk about Dan Haggerty. Seeing him trade in his rugged mountain man persona for a tough-talking repo man is a treat in itself. The sheer absurdity of the casting alone is worth the price of admission. But, somehow, Haggerty manages to deliver his lines with such a straight face, or straight beard, that you can't help but admire his dedication to the role, no matter how misguided it may seem. The plot? Well, it's a mess. "Repo Jake" follows our titular hero as he embarks on a wild adventure involving "repossessing" cars, an evil drug lord, and a demolition derby that he's a unplanned entrant into. And let's not forget the supporting cast, which is a mix of overacting, underacting, and just plain bizarre performances. The villain, Lincoln King, is a character you will soon forget, if because he's got no business in the movie to begin with. The dialogue is another highlight. It's so stilted and cringe-worthy that you'll be quoting lines to your friends for weeks. From cheesy one-liners to unintentionally hilarious exchanges, "Repo Jake" is a treasure trove of so-bad-it's-good dialogue that you'll want to revisit again and again. And let's not forget the action sequences, which are a glorious mess of poorly choreographed fights and car chases that defy the laws of physics. You'll find yourself both wincing at the lack of realism and applauding the audacity of it all. Yet there is a surprisingly level of expensive stunts (clearly pulled off without permits) for such budget fair. In conclusion, "Repo Jake" is a great time of unintentional comedy. It's a movie that defies logic, reason, and good taste, yet somehow manages to entertain from start to finish. If you're a fan of B-movies that make you question the choices of everyone involved, then "Repo Jake" is a must-watch. Grab some popcorn, gather your friends, and prepare for a wild ride through the absurdity that is "Repo Jake." It's so bad, it's absolutely fantastic!
For more, subscribe to our Patreon! Psychic stuff, real or bullshit? I mean personally I'm thinking bullshit, but maybe the jury is still out? Either way, let's look at some wack jobs in both walks of cinema. First, goat dudes. Clooney is a wacko who can burst clouds, find a secret military base and kill animals by looking at them. Then Scanner Cop. It's a cop, who can literally blow your mind. So grab some eye drops, because we're about to rip open your third eye on another spoon-bending episode of It's Just 2 Movies!Contact the show via email at: email@example.comFacebook, TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, Letterboxd and the like @itsjust2moviesDon't forget to subscribe on YouTube!Need to buy some stuff on Amazon? Visit our Amazon affiliate link to do your shopping and it helps the show financially! Wow! Amazing! *As Amazon associates we earn from qualifying purchases* Tropic Thunder, for instance! Want to support the show more directly and chuck in a buck? Buy Me a Coffee Don't use Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or any of those other platforms? The show is always free on our website. :) ***SPECIAL THANKS TO THESE FOLKS WHO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS DUMB SHOW***Russ Tafari. @russ_tafari and check out Russ Tafari Music Lamplighter Productions for our artwork. @lamplighter_productions_il Brad Sexton for our tunes. Check out SUNDS Mad thanks to Dave, @wheep3d our video editor. Check out our YouTube!Support the show
*** DOUBLE EPISODE ***Joined by guests, Josh "The Darkstar" Greenwalt, Jermey "The Superfan" Hall and Kyle "I Piss Excellence" Dycus, we first talk about the DCEU Flash Movie. Then as a bonus we hold a draft to come up with a list of our five worst superhero movies.Talked about The Flash on Episode #37: The Flashpoint Paradox Topic Challenge https://www.buzzsprout.com/348632/2779216Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showSubscribe to On My Box + to listen to exclusive BONUS Episodes (https://www.buzzsprout.com/348632/subscribe)Follow the podcast on Instagram @ onmybox_podcast (https://www.instagram.com/onmybox_podcast/)Follow the podcast on Facebook @OnMyBoxPodcast (http://www.facebook.com/OnMyBoxPodcast) Follow Joe Greene on Twitter @JWGreene4 (https://twitter.com/JWGreene4)Music provided by Infraction No Copyright MusicSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3FqoNJ6
We're having an absolutely legendary Smalltember. First we covered The Legend of the Titanic, and now we're looking into The Legend of the Roller Blade Seven. Apparently they're legendary, but forgive us for being unfamiliar until now. It was made using a system RB7 star/co-writer/producer Scott Shaw dubbed "Zen Filmmaking." According to his wiki, this is a "style of filmmaking where no screenplay and scripts are used in the creation of a movie." We'll see if getting zen delivers a good movie, or whether it's better to... y'know... write things out and plan them ahead of time.If you live in Los Angeles, you can get tix for your choice of TWO live shows at Vidiots on 10/19. And if you prefer watching us from the comfort of home, check out more info about our season of streaming shows, FLOP TV!Due to the ongoing WGA – SAG/AFTRA strikes, we're hitting pause on current releases, and focusing on some films 90's kids might remember. If you want to help out crew members and others supported by the entertainment strikes, you can Donate to the Entertainment Community Fund here.The Wikipedia page for The Roller Blade SevenRecommended in this episode:The Dark Backward (1991)Root (board game)American Boy (1978)Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.
Watch the video version of this podcast on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONVJYtkgAqU 0:00 - It's A Tragedy This Movie Didn't Win Best Picture 16:51 - Big Difference Between 80's Movies And The Movies Today 25:05 - Biggest Difference Between A Bad Movie And A Great Movie 38:22 - One Rule Filmmakers Should Never Forget 49:30 - Why Do Comic Book Movies Dominate The Box Office 1:03:46 - A24 Is The Greatest Indie Studio Of All Time 1:04:59 - Death Of The Movie Critic 1:18:35 - 5 Movie Titles 1:25:57 - Why Great Directors Don't Win Oscars 1:40:54 - Why Are Netflix's Biggest Movies NOT In Theaters? 1:55:57 - Why Critics Don't Want Movies To Fail 2:02:36 - Why Popular Movie Franchises Fail Erick Weber is Editor-in-Chief of AWARDS ACE. He is also founder of Midnight Movie Talk with Erick Weber on Youtube where discusses the movie industry every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday night at Midnight. SUBSCRIBE TO ERICK WEBER'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/ErickWeberEdition CONNECT WITH ERICK WEBER https://www.awardsace.com https://www.youtube.com/ErickWeberEdition https://twitter.com/ErickWeber https://www.instagram.com/erickweber VIEWERS ALSO WATCHED What Hollywood Is Getting Wrong And How We Can Fix It - https://youtu.be/Q9UrlGBgQqE Honest Truth About Movie Criticism - https://youtu.be/zlApLDUOHu0 "Dear Hollywood..." - https://youtu.be/s15n-Idjd8Y Why Do Hollywood Movies Cost So Much Money? - https://youtu.be/I62pD0QRC-Q No One Cares About The Movies You Like - https://youtu.be/LBlJiK3h2hc CONNECT WITH FILM COURAGE http://www.FilmCourage.com http://twitter.com/#!/FilmCourage https://www.facebook.com/filmcourage https://www.instagram.com/filmcourage http://filmcourage.tumblr.com http://pinterest.com/filmcourage SUBSCRIBE TO THE FILM COURAGE YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://bit.ly/18DPN37 SUPPORT FILM COURAGE BY BECOMING A MEMBER https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs8o1mdWAfefJkdBg632_tg/join SUPPORT FILM COURAGE BY BECOMING A PATRON https://www.patreon.com/filmcourage LISTEN TO THE FILM COURAGE PODCAST https://soundcloud.com/filmcourage-com (Affiliates) SAVE $15 ON YOUTUBE TV - LIMITED TIME OFFER https://tv.youtube.com/referral/r0847ysqgrrqgp ►WE USE THIS CAMERA (B&H) – https://buff.ly/3rWqrra ►WE USE THIS SOUND RECORDER (AMAZON) – http://amzn.to/2tbFlM9 Stuff we use: LENS - Most people ask us what camera we use, no one ever asks about the lens which filmmakers always tell us is more important. This lens was a big investment for us and one we wish we could have made sooner. Started using this lens at the end of 2013 - http://amzn.to/2tbtmOq AUDIO Rode VideoMic Pro - The Rode mic helps us capture our backup audio. It also helps us sync up our audio in post https://amzn.to/425k5rG Audio Recorder - If we had to do it all over again, this is probably the first item we would have bought - https://amzn.to/3WEuz0k LIGHTS - Although we like to use as much natural light as we can, we often enhance the lighting with this small portable light. We have two of them and they have saved us a number of times - http://amzn.to/2u5UnHv *These are affiliate links, by using them you can help support this channel. *These are affiliate links, by using them you can help support this channel. You can show additional support via our Youtube sponsor tab by going here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs8o1mdWAfefJkdBg632_tg/join Or through Patreon here - http://www.patreon.com/filmcourage. Thank you for listening! We hope you've enjoyed this content.
Jacob and Drew welcome their friends Kirk and Andy from The Rushmore Show for a Plus review of Warriors of Virtue for Bad Movie Month! The Rushmore Show - https://www.youtube.com/@TheRushmoreShow Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheCelCast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheCelCast Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/thecelcastgaming YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQcGNpWEc5qP7oKkxPWQEsw Twitter - https://twitter.com/cast_cel Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thecelcast/ Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1452118040 Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly90aGVjZWxjYXN0LnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2ZlZWQueG1s Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-cel-cast Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4ETrW9WhJ44uLhr4bU03uK This Podcast is apart of Pop Americana, For more great shows like this one visit https://popamericana.wixsite.com/popamericana and This Podcast is apart of the Culture Box, For more great shows like this one visit https://culturebox.media
Sean Connery puts on some Studio 54 costume, Ator rides around and Linnet gets captured but she's a bird so its ok. "The Sword of the Valiant" is a 1984 movie that attempted to adapt the timeless Arthurian legend into a cinematic experience. Unfortunately, this adaptation falls far short of capturing the magic and wonder of the source material. Here's why this film left me thoroughly disappointed: Lackluster Storytelling: The film's plot is a disjointed mess that fails to engage the audience. It veers away from the rich and intricate narrative of the Arthurian legend, opting for a dull and simplified version. The story lacks depth, character development, and emotional resonance, making it difficult to invest in the fates of the characters. Mediocre Acting: The cast, led by Miles O'Keeffe as Sir Gawain and Sean Connery as the Green Knight, delivers performances that are uninspired at best. O'Keeffe's Gawain comes across as wooden and unconvincing, while Connery's talents are utterly wasted on a character that feels one-dimensional. The chemistry between the actors is virtually non-existent, making it difficult to connect with their plights. Poor Production Values: The Sword of the Valiant's production values leave much to be desired. The special effects are laughably outdated, even by 1984 standards, making the fantastical elements of the story seem cheesy and unconvincing. The costume and set design are equally lackluster, failing to transport viewers to the enchanting world of King Arthur's court. Straying from the Source Material: While creative adaptations can breathe new life into classic tales, "The Sword of the Valiant" takes too many liberties with the original legend. It abandons key elements of the Arthurian mythos in favor of a disjointed and uninspired narrative that feels more like a generic fantasy film than a faithful retelling. Missed Opportunity: The Arthurian legend is a treasure trove of rich characters, moral dilemmas, and epic battles. "The Sword of the Valiant" squanders this potential by delivering a forgettable and lackluster film that fails to capture the essence of the legend's enduring appeal. "The Sword of the Valiant" is a lackluster and forgettable adaptation of the Arthurian legend. Its uninspired storytelling, mediocre acting, and poor production values make it a disappointing experience for fans of this timeless tale. There are far better adaptations of the Arthurian legend out there, and I would recommend seeking them out instead of wasting your time on this lackluster film.
Adrian's joke has gone on long enough about how good this movie is right? Well click here and find out if it's been a joke all along, or if Adrian truly loves this film. On this bonus release for Batman Day, the guys get together to discuss the second film in the Schumacher saga. The film that drove WB to stay far away from any type of live action Batman over a decade. With this being the third installment in the series of Bad Movies, did the guys enjoy it like the other two for how bad it was, or did this movie bother Mike and Corey who are both big comic book fans? Tonight's forecast, a freeze is coming!If you would please go follow us on all the socials? We would love you all forever...in a friend way...don't be weird!!!Please go rate and review us anywhere you get your podcastsTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/cspodcast21TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@cspodcast21?lang=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/cultureshockedpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultureshocked21YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cultureshocked21Website: https://cultureshocked.buzzsprout.com/
Jacob and Drew welcome back Nathan and Jimmy from The Monster Island Film Vault, to review an animated Titanic Movie featuring a Kaiju! Did I mention it's Bad Movie Month? They also Review the X-Men The Animated Series episodes "Family Ties" and "Bloodlines" Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheCelCast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheCelCast Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/thecelcastgaming YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQcGNpWEc5qP7oKkxPWQEsw Twitter - https://twitter.com/cast_cel Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thecelcast/ Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1452118040 Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly90aGVjZWxjYXN0LnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2ZlZWQueG1s Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-cel-cast Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4ETrW9WhJ44uLhr4bU03uK This Podcast is apart of Pop Americana, For more great shows like this one visit https://popamericana.wixsite.com/popamericana and This Podcast is apart of the Culture Box, For more great shows like this one visit https://culturebox.media
In this episode, we discuss what we think makes a good or bad movie. We also discussed the last things we watched, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts and Pearl Harbor.Call us: (281) 870-4055Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFind us on Twitter @IGTGSshow, Instagram @itsgoingtogetstupid, YouTube http://bit.ly/2Tsgf8H, Threads @itsgoingtogetstupid and connect with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/itsgoingtogetstupid/
Mahoney and Misses Griswold fall in love with dead people who go out of their way to get them killed, while trying to save a castle from being foreclosed upon. Guess that's a thing... "High Spirits" (1988) is a film that promised so much with its intriguing premise but ultimately delivered so little. This supposed comedy is nothing more than a dull and groan-inducing exercise in wasted potential. First and foremost, the execution of the concept is painfully inept. The idea of a haunted Irish castle that attracts tourists looking for supernatural experiences had so much potential for humor, but the film squanders it at every turn. The gags fall flat, and the humor is forced and uninspired. Instead of clever and witty comedy, we're subjected to cheap, predictable laughs that leave us cringing rather than chuckling. One might think that with such a great cast, "High Spirits" could manage to salvage something from the wreckage. Unfortunately, even the talented ensemble of actors can't save this sinking ship. Steve Guttenberg, Daryl Hannah, Peter O'Toole, and Liam Neeson all do their best with the material they're given, but they are let down by a script that lacks depth and originality. It's painful to watch such talented actors struggle to make something out of nothing. To add insult to injury, "High Spirits" clearly draws inspiration from classic comedies like "Clue," but it fails miserably to capture the same magic. While "Clue" is a brilliant blend of sharp wit and slapstick humor, "High Spirits" comes across as a pale imitation, lacking the clever writing and memorable characters that made "Clue" a beloved classic. In the end, "High Spirits" is a forgettable and disappointing comedy that had all the ingredients for success but managed to squander them completely. It's a film that leaves you wondering how such a promising concept could go so horribly wrong. Save yourself the disappointment and skip this one in favor of a comedy that actually delivers on its potential.
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The first episode of year 2 of the ReelTok Podcast brings a major rebrand and a new recording software. We still have kinks to work out and things to polish, but we are ready to take year 2 by storm. In this episode we talk about The Nun 2, The Equalizer 3, and Ahsoka. We also discuss our favorite acting performances so far of 2023 before guessing Seth's least favorite movies of all time. #theequalizer3 #thenun2 #bestactor #bestactress Timestamps: (00:00) Intro (01:19) How Have We Been Doing? (13:06) The Nun 2 (19:00) The Equalizer 3 Review (22:36) Favorite Acting Performances of 2023 (42:27) Trailer Time! (01:04:37) What Have We Been Watching? (1:16:04) Ahsoka Review (01:23:45) Guessing Seth's Least Favorite Movies (01:41:57) Closing Become a Patron! Join to gain access to an abundance of exclusive perks like early access, merch discounts, Discord access, personalized video messages, Q & A, and more! https://www.patreon.com/reeltokpodcast Grab some ReelTok merch! Designs so amazing you have to see them to believe them! https://reeltokpodcast.com/ Support the WGA & SAG Strike! SAG: https://www.sagaftra.org/get-involved/solidarity-wga WGA: https://www.wgacontract2023.org/take-action/stand-with-writers Go follow us on all of our socials below! ReelTok Podcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@reeltokpodcast TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@reeltokpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reeltokpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/reeltokpodcast Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/reeltokpodcast/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/reeltokpodcast Listen and Rate Us 5 Stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3V214vWwkO823aa4OaeDrO Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reeltok-podcast/id1644680412 George Carmi Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/georgecarmi/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@moviesandstuff14 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@moviesandstuff14 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/georgecarmi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/georgecarmi Tyler Whitmore Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/TylerCWhitmore/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tylercwhitmore YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@tylercwhitmore Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylercwhitmore/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TylerCWhitmore Seth's Film Reviews Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/sethsreviews/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sethsfilmreviews YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@Sethsfilmreviews Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sethsfilmreviews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sethsfilmreview Cam Walsh Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/cjwalsh27/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@camwalsh27 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camwalsh/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CamWalsh27 Logo and channel art created by Adamson Visuals: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@adamsonvisuals?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adamsonvisuals/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_AdamsonVisuals Welcome to ReelTok Podcast hosted by Cam, Tyler, Seth, and George where we talk all things movies, TV, and pop culture news. We are four movie-based social media creators who came together to try and make an accessible and engaging film podcast. Weekly podcast episodes are released every Monday with YouTube videos uploaded daily. #movies #moviereviews #podcast #moviepodcast #reeltok #reeltokpodcast Help us become the #1 movie podcast in the entire world! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reeltokpodcast/support
In this episode Wes & Ryan sit down to discuss one of the worst films to come out of the 90's. Tune in to catch up on current pop culture news as well as weekly recommendations for both, TV and Film. Segment arrangement by: Admiral Atlas. Mixed and edited by: Wesley Swanson.
Who knew that watching people gas up their cars could be such a bland experience? "Gas Pump Girls" (1979) is a film that perfectly encapsulates the epitome of mindless cinema. From its ridiculous plot to its gratuitous nudity, this movie is a prime example of how a potentially entertaining concept can be utterly wasted in practice. Let's start with the plot, or rather the lack thereof. "Gas Pump Girls" attempts to follow the misadventures of a group of scantily clad, gas station attendants as they try to save their friend's Uncle's workplace from being bankrupt after he suffers a heart attack. Think "save the youth center from being demolished". It's an inane and convoluted premise that feels like it was concocted during a late-night brainstorming session fueled by too much cheap beer. The story is a paper-thin excuse to string together a series of absurd and disconnected scenes, leaving viewers wondering if there was any point to the movie at all. One might argue that the film's saving grace is its promise of nudity, which it does indeed deliver on. However, even in this aspect, "Gas Pump Girls" manages to disappoint. The nudity is not only gratuitous but also entirely unentertaining and relegated to mostly just one actress who hated doing it. It feels tacked on, as if the filmmakers were desperately trying to distract the audience from the lack of substance in the plot. Instead of titillation, it comes across as juvenile and cringe-inducing. The characters in this film are shallow and one-dimensional, with no depth or development to speak of. They are little more than walking stereotypes, and their actions make little sense in the context of the story. It's difficult to care about any of them, and their attempts at humor fall flat, resulting in a film that's not only dull but also devoid of any genuine emotional engagement. The pacing of "Gas Pump Girls" is painfully slow, with long stretches of aimless meandering and uninspired dialogue. It's astonishing how a film with such a flimsy plot can feel so lethargic and unengaging. The attempts at humor are forced and repetitive, relying on tired gags that fail to elicit even a chuckle. "Gas Pump Girls" is a cinematic train-wreck that squanders its potential for entertainment. It's a film that is both dumb and boring, with a plot that is virtually non-existent and nudity that adds nothing to the viewing experience. If you're looking for a memorable film from the late '70s, there are countless other options that are far more deserving of your time and attention.
Nick welcomes film critics Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy to the podcast to review the terrible horror comedy "Slotherhouse," which is about a sloth that murders a bunch of sorority girls. They also talk about the well-acted, but uninteresting mystery "The Good Mother" with Hilary Swank, and they rave about the outstanding, outrageous, and hilarious new comedy "Bottoms." Then, Esmeralda Leon and Nick talk about Michael Bolton's owhttps://radiomisfits.com/wp-admin/upload.phpn army of security sloths, his love of York Peppermint Patties, the depressing world of the Peanuts cartoons (and the origin of the character Rerun Van Pelt), and the insane stupidity of Stephen King's 1986 dung heap of a movie about toasters and trucks going nuts while trying to kill Emilio Estevez, "Maximum Overdrive." [Ep173]
Due to the ongoing refusal of the AMPTP to negotiate in good faith with the WGA or with our union brothers and sisters in SAG/AFTRA, we're hitting pause on discussing current releases, and focusing on some films 90's kids will remember. This week, we talk Wild Wild West (the 1999 movie version of the 60's sci-fi western TV show) a blockbuster mega-bomb that nearly ended multiple careers!Check out more info about our season of streaming shows, FLOP TV, and buy tickets!Donate to the Entertainment Community Fund here, to support those affected by the WGA strike.The wiki-wild Wikipedia page for wiki-Wild Wild WestRecommended in this episode:Caché (2005)How To Blow Up A Pipeline (2022)Marjoe (1972)
Do you remember watching a movie, with full anticipation of it being a box office smash, just for it to be a major flop? We do!!! Tonight, the Looking Glass Crew talks about different bad movies that we have seen throughout our lives. They can be box office disasters, or B-movie "masterpieces". This is a fun dive into some nostalgia!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cheshirelogicalmadness/message
Dan walks Elliott and Stuart through some of the 90s output of critically-reviled actor Jim Belushi, trying to answer the question, "what would make a Jim Belushi movie appealing to you?"We've changed how we're running FLOP TV -- now all of the shows will be up until late January, so that even if you buy a season pass late in the season, you'll have access to EVERY episode until then. You can buy tickets here!Donate to the Entertainment Community Fund, to support those affected by the WGA strike.
In this episode the crew sat down and discussed The Time Guardian (1987) and Zone Troopers (1985)!Your Geekmasters:Mike "The Birdman" - https://twitter.com/BirdmanDoddAlex "The Producer" - https://twitter.com/DeThPhaseTWIGAaron PollyeaFeedback for the show?:Email: email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/thisweekingeekiTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-geek/id215643675Spotify: spotify:show:0BHP4gkzubuCsJBhU3oNWXGoogle Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzU3MTAzNy9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkCastbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/id2162049Website: https://www.thisweekingeek.netAugust 2, 2023This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3571037/advertisement
So the truth is, when we do our “is ____ a bad movie?” episodes, we expect that the listeners are going to be predisposed to say “yes, obviously it sucks.… The post e279. Is Sucker Punch a Bad Movie? appeared first on The VoxPopcast.
Trumpy finally hits the show and the dirt at the same time. Rick says, "It stinks!" Who asked you, Rick? Buckle up, space cadets, because "Extraterrestrial Visitors" (or should I say "Pod People") is a journey to the outer reaches of hilarity and absurdity that you won't soon forget! This gem of a film from 1980 takes you on a rollercoaster ride through a galaxy of Trumpy superpowers, dialogue that's more out of this world than the aliens themselves, and a plot that's so poorly thought out, you'll wonder if they were abducted by confusion. Let's start with the MVP of the movie: Trumpy, the otherworldly being with powers so astonishingly baffling that even the laws of physics scratch their heads. Forget about your typical superhero abilities – flight, super strength, and invisibility – Trumpy can do it all and more. From making toys levitate to turning plants into miniature disco balls (who knew flora loved to boogie?), Trumpy's talents defy explanation almost as much as the plot itself. And speaking of the plot, it's like they took all the leftover pieces from a dozen different jigsaw puzzles and decided to make a mosaic masterpiece. You've got aliens, a young kid who finds a space egg, a rock band (because why not?), and a bumbling duo of poachers who specialize in pilfering nightingale eggs. Dastardly! The plot twists are so unexpected, they'll make your head spin faster than Trumpy juggling intergalactic fruit. Now, let's talk dialogue. Imagine if Shakespeare, Dr. Seuss, and your quirky uncle who only speaks in puns had a brainstorming session while on a sugar rush – that's the level of dialogue you can expect. With lines like "To ME, it's a CENTIPEDE. It'll ALWAYS be called A CENTIPEDE!" and the forever classic "It stinks!" you'll be rolling on the floor in fits of laughter faster than you can say "extraterrestrial hijinks." But let's not forget the true star of the show: the production values. Special effects that look like they were crafted with leftover tinfoil and glitter glue? Check. Sets that seem to have been assembled from the clearance section of a discount space-themed party store? Check. And costumes that make you wonder if the aliens accidentally wandered into a garbage can before landing on Earth? You betcha. In the end, "Extraterrestrial Visitors" (aka "Pod People") is a masterpiece of unintentional comedy that leaves you with a smile wider than the Milky Way. It's a cosmic collision of bad decisions, wonky writing, and inexplicable choices that somehow come together to create a cinematic experience that's out of this world in all the wrong ways – and that's what makes it so incredibly right. So grab your popcorn, suspend your disbelief, and prepare to be abducted by laughter as you venture into the hilariously bizarre universe of "Extraterrestrial Visitors." It's an alien encounter you won't want to miss!
Join our DISCORD►https://discord.gg/v64NGAGSupport us on PATREON► https://www.patreon.com/CultPoptureWelcome to our new monthly show! On Meeting of the Elders, we'll be looking back at your thoughts on recent episodes, following up on any missed observations, or otherwise shooting the shit in a casual fashion. For Meeting #6 we reflect on MEN IN BLACK, Good Moments in Bad Movies and PARANORMAL ACTIVITY, and listen to some of YOUR thoughts.Become a Cult Elder and hear your thoughts on pod over at https://Patreon.com/CultPoptureCheck out our rankings on Letterboxd:Cult Popture► https://letterboxd.com/CultPopture/Richard► https://letterboxd.com/rmpm/AJ► https://letterboxd.com/AJinHD/JOIN LITTLE EMPIRE PODCAST PALS HERE►https://www.facebook.com/groups/LittleEmpirePals/DONATE TO OUR PATREON ► https://Patreon.com/CultPoptureCHECK OUT OUR MERCH► https://teespring.com/stores/cult-poptureLIKE US ON FACEBOOK ► goo.gl/9EFEIaFOLLOW US ON TWITTER ► goo.gl/tuixnWSUBSCRIBE TO US ON YOUTUBE ► goo.gl/ITdEhKEMAIL US AT ► firstname.lastname@example.orgFOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM ► goo.gl/1rrpH7VISIT THE WEBSITE ► www.cultpopture.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Due to the ongoing refusal of the AMPTP to negotiate in good faith with the WGA or with our union brothers and sisters in SAG/AFTRA, we've decided to hit pause on discussing more current releases, since (in our own bizarro way) it could promote that work. Instead, we're using this opportunity to go back in time and discuss some silly releases from the past, starting out with some films 90's kids will remember. This week, we're discussing 1995's Sandra Bullock techno-thriller The Net, a movie about the horrors of the internet that seemed prescient and terrifying at the time, and now just seems kind of goofy, considering that the horrors of the internet were way different than those it imagines.Check out more info about our season of streaming shows, FLOP TV, and buy tickets!Donate to the Entertainment Community Fund here, to support those affected by the WGA strike.Wikipedia page for The NetRecommended in this episode:Camera Man, by Dana Stevens (a cultural biography of Buster Keaton)Dressed to Kill (1980)Sing and Like It (1934)Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.
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On this special episode, Mike talks with Katharine Coldiron about her new book, Junk Film: Why Bad Movies Matter. It's a terrific collection of essays about why we need bad movies in our lives and when bad things go too far.Find out more at http://kcoldiron.com/ Buy the book at: https://amzn.to/3s66S5JThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5513239/advertisement
July sweating brings August Showdowns. This month we're joined by Anthony from They Called This a Movie podcast to pick the best scene from a bad movie in . . . Maximum Overdrive (1986) vs Holidays (2016) vs The Happening (2008) Can Steve explode on the scene to once again become champ, or will his ambitions run out of gas? Does Anthony have the perfect gift for the season, or will he have to take off til the New Year? Will Brian keep his championship for his birthday, or will something bad happen? Tune in as three mutant horror nerds rip each other's guts out on the way to deciding who's film reigns supreme! Find more from They Called This A Movie at https://linktr.ee/TheyCalledThisaMovie Find Us Online- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/halloweenisforever/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HallowForever Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@halloweenisforeverpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HalloweenIsForeverPod E-Mail: Halloweenisforeverpod@gmail.com
Megan Rapinoe missed a penalty kick near the end of the World Cup loss for the Women's National Team and conservatives loved it. How have we let politics influence who we cheer for in sports? Chad opens with that discussion before talk about why moviegoers are behaving badly in the theater.
In this episode the crew sat down and discussed Star Crystal (1986) and Def-Con-4 (1985)!Your Geekmasters:Mike "The Birdman" - https://twitter.com/BirdmanDoddAlex "The Producer" - https://twitter.com/DeThPhaseTWIGAaron PollyeaFeedback for the show?:Email: email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/thisweekingeekiTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-geek/id215643675Spotify: spotify:show:0BHP4gkzubuCsJBhU3oNWXGoogle Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzU3MTAzNy9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkCastbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/id2162049Website: https://www.thisweekingeek.netAugust 2, 2023This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3571037/advertisement
For more, subscribe to our Patreon! We're back! Did you miss us? ..ok rude, but Birdman and I were deeply distressed by that submarine that imploded, so we decided to use some escapism by way of cinema to start the healing process. First let's watch Triangle of Sadness; a bunch of awful rich people get put in a "Lord of the Fly's" type situation. Then Titanic 666. This almost hit too close to home for me, because of all the Titanics I've been on with just loads of ghosts. So grab your Logitech game controller and settle in, it's time for another girthy, even deeper episode of It's Just 2 Movies!Contact the show via email at: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook, TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, Letterboxd and the like @itsjust2moviesDon't forget to subscribe on YouTube!Need to buy some stuff on Amazon? Visit our Amazon affiliate link to do your shopping and it helps the show financially! Wow! Amazing! *As Amazon associates we earn from qualifying purchases* Tropic Thunder, for instance! Want to support the show more directly and chuck in a buck? Buy Me a Coffee Don't use Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or any of those other platforms? The show is always free on our website. :) ***SPECIAL THANKS TO THESE FOLKS WHO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS DUMB SHOW***Russ Tafari. @russ_tafari and check out Russ Tafari Music Lamplighter Productions for our artwork. @lamplighter_productions_il Brad Sexton for our tunes. Check out SUNDS Mad thanks to Dave, @wheep3d our video editor. Check out our YouTube!Support the show
Eastwood and Sheen team-up to accomplish....nothing really. Its maybe the worst written movie we've done and that includes M. Knight Shamalamadingdong stuff. Let's start with the positives, shall we? The stunts in this movie are so over-the-top, I suspect the entire budget went into explosions and car chases. It's like they set a new record for the most pyrotechnics used in a single film! If you're in the mood for gratuitous action that defies all laws of physics, "The Rookie" delivers like a pizza on a Friday night. But now, let's talk about the dialogue. Oh boy, where do I begin? It's almost as if the screenwriters threw darts at a board filled with clichés and put them all in one script. The characters spout one-liners that even your dad would cringe at. And speaking of dad jokes, Clint Eastwood seems to be on autopilot, delivering lines with the enthusiasm of someone who's run out of coffee in the morning. Charlie Sheen's character, on the other hand, appears to be suffering from a severe case of split personality disorder. One moment, he's a charming rookie cop trying to prove himself, and the next, he's channeling his inner James Bond with terrible pick-up lines that make you wish you could hit the "mute" button on reality. Now, let's address the plot—or should I say lack thereof? The story revolves around Clint Eastwood's character being a grizzled, soon-to-retire cop who takes on the role of mentor to Charlie Sheen's greenhorn. But, folks, brace yourselves for the plot twist: the mentor becomes the student, and the student becomes the hero. Groundbreaking, right? It's like someone took a clichéd cop movie template and decided to play "mad libs" with it, inserting random action sequences wherever they could fit. At some point, you have to wonder if director, Clint Eastwood, thought the audience would be so distracted by the explosions that we wouldn't notice the plot holes big enough to drive a tank through. And don't even get me started on the female characters—they seem to exist solely to fawn over the male leads, reminding us that the '90s weren't exactly a pinnacle of gender representation. In conclusion, "The Rookie" is a perfect case study in how not to make an action movie. If you're in the mood for some mindless entertainment, or you want to host a movie night with friends where you play a drinking game for every cringeworthy line, this might be the perfect pick. Otherwise, you're better off enjoying some classic Clint Eastwood in his better films and letting "The Rookie" remain a relic of the '90s, forever trapped in its own time warp of bad dialogue and nonsensical plots.
Join our DISCORD►https://discord.gg/v64NGAGSupport us on PATREON► https://www.patreon.com/CultPoptureWe asked YOU the listeners to tell us some examples of great moments in bad movies, and this is us discussing those suggestions!Check out AJ's short film project One Dollar Genre at https://linktr.ee/OneDollarGenre !Check out our rankings on Letterboxd:Cult Popture► https://letterboxd.com/CultPopture/Richard► https://letterboxd.com/rmpm/AJ► https://letterboxd.com/alexodus/DONATE TO OUR PATREON ► https://Patreon.com/CultPoptureCHECK OUT OUR MERCH► https://teespring.com/stores/cult-poptureLIKE US ON FACEBOOK ► goo.gl/9EFEIaFOLLOW US ON TWITTER ► goo.gl/tuixnWSUBSCRIBE TO US ON YOUTUBE ► goo.gl/ITdEhKEMAIL US AT ► email@example.comFOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM ► goo.gl/1rrpH7VISIT THE WEBSITE ► www.cultpopture.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Summer rolls on and what better place to spend it than the beach? The GBBV Patrons have voted for Surf II for the latest episode poll, so James, Ryan, and Max head down to the water for one of the wildest movies the podcast has ever tackled that truly that needs to be seen to be believed.Hang 10 at 1:39:22 for the post movie wrap up were we talk all things Surf II, thematically appropriate beers, the odd connection to other episodes of Good Brews Bad Views, and Max making a wild promise.Like what we're doing? Want to choose future episodes? Gain access to bonus episodes? Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodbrewsbadviewsOpening theme: Tha Silent Partner – Prohibition Brew and Pork Chops
When last we saw our book club pals, they were getting all horned up and making life changes based on 50 Shades of Grey. Now that they're reading The Alchemist, we can only assume they're out there exerting their control over the elements. Join us as we explore this exciting new addition to the "Jane Fonda hangs out with 3 other elderly actresses" cinematic universe!Check out more info about our upcoming season of streaming shows, FLOP TV, and buy tickets!Donate to the Entertainment Community Fund here, to support those affected by the WGA strike.Wikipedia page for Book Club: The Next ChapterRecommended in this episode:The Girl Chewing Gum (1976)hammockstank topsEver tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.
In this episode of Pop Wrap! Snayhil, Antariksh & Abbas spill the beans on their favorite guilty pleasures Bollywood movies, from Bhansali being overrated, cricket-themed flicks, and the double role movies. The trio discusses it all, tune in for a delightful dose of guilty pleasure confessions! Follow Snayhil on Instagram : Instagram (@snayhil) Follow Abbas on Instagram: Instagram (@abbasmomin88) Follow Antariksh on Instagram: Instagram (@antariksht) Listen to Pop Wrap, Has It Aged Well? and Just A Filmy Game Show on the IVM Pop feed which is available across platforms. The views, opinions, and statements expressed in the episodes of the shows hosted on the IVM Podcasts network are solely those of the individual participants, hosts, and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of IVM Podcasts or its management. IVM Podcasts does not endorse or assume responsibility for any content, claims, or representations made by the participants during the shows. This includes, but is not limited to, the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any information provided. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk. IVM Podcasts is not liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages arising out of or in connection with the use or dissemination of the content featured in the shows. Listener discretion is advised.Spotify | Apple Podcasts | JioSaavn | Gaana | Amazon MusicSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the Navy's latest podcast testing facility, where we can develop some of the most deadliest bad movies known to man. For example, have we shown you the program code named "Sharktopus"? Some of our top researchers just released their findings. On this episode, Eric laments the difficulty of competitive Pokemon battles. Richard wanted the movie to be more graphic. And John knows what he wants. So grab your pirate radio, pull up a dinner and a show reservation, and listen to Plot Spackle!Music: TheFatRat - Epic https://lnk.to/ftrepic
Michelle Bauer stalks around LA in slinky outfits on a quest....for blood! Words, don't fail me now. One of the highlights of "The Tomb" is its nostalgic charm. The film exudes the distinct '80s vibe, complete with cheesy practical effects, low-budget sets, and a synthesizer-heavy soundtrack with corny beats and crummy lyrics that is very Fred Olen Ray. The "plot" follows a group of "amateur gynocologists" who venture into an ancient tomb in search of hidden treasures. There, they unlock the tomb of "Nefratis" (played by the always great Michelle Bauer), an ancient mummy vampire who needs blood to stay looking like Michelle Bauer...so, hot. She is kind of thwarted by Dave (Richard Hench) and John Banning (David O'Hara) but really only because she kidnaps Dave's newfound girlfriend, Helen (Suzy Stokey). We're still not sure why she needed to kidnap her for a ritual because she doesn't need to perform rituals to stay hot, she just needs blood. Maybe pretty lady blood will make her even more hot? But come on, lady. You're Michelle Bauer. Save some good looking for the rest of us, greedy guts. Fred Olen Ray demonstrates his passion for practical effects, and it shows in some of the creative and gory scenes. The film's modest budget may be apparent in places, but the dedication to practical effects adds a certain charm that modern CGI-laden horror films often lack. However, "The Tomb" is not without its flaws. The pacing can be a bit uneven, with some scenes dragging on while others rush past crucial moments. Additionally, the character development is rather weak, leaving the audience with little attachment to the protagonists, making it challenging to feel invested in their fates. "The Tomb" is, at times, a fun visit to '80s horror cinema, brimming with nostalgic elements that will please genre enthusiasts and Fred Olen Ray cultists (myself being one of them). However, despite some of his best efforts (the opening credit sequence and his efforts on the practical effects), there's just not enough meat here in the middle of the film. Yes, he manages to keep a little momentum by sprinkling in some knockers during those exposition heavy sections but he could have and has done better with many, many, many of his other films.
Learn how to control the "Theater of the Mind" for greater success and happiness! you wouldn't sit through a bad movie twice...let alone 10 times...or a hundred. But, we replay movies of our past failures over and over again!! YOU own the theater! Take control of your thoughts. Share your comments on social media using the #DaveBurgessShow hashtag.Follow me:Twitter: @burgessdaveInstagram: @dbc_incDBC Inc. website: DaveBurgessConsulting.comBuy Teach Like a Pirate
A listener called in to vent about letting her niece watch a movie her mom didn't approve of by accident. How do you know what movies kids can and cannot watch?Jon & Chantel's Radio Podcast is your daily dose of fun and entertainment. Your podcast shouldn't give you anxiety! Let Jon and Chantel make you laugh, share their life stories, and give you the trending topics of the day.
Author Katharine Coldiron wrote her book, Junk Film: Why Bad Movies Matter around thirteen essays exploring movies from the 1940's to the 2010's. Ed Wood's Plan 9 From Outer Space, Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, Staying Alive, and the musical television show Cop Rock are just some of the disastrous projects explored in the book. Katharine feels that bad movies can be unintentional teaching tools for film students and movie aficionados- but you have to watch a ton of bad movies before you can learn anything from them. There are specific elements that all bad movies share: insufficient resources, incompetence in the basics of filmmaking, and bad acting or screenwriting that create unintentional comedy. Bad movies are actually records of ATTEMPTS at making a movie, and you can see the broken mechanics of each project discussed in Junk Film. In writing the book, Katharine chose to focus on movies she was interested in exploring. She didn't want to write about movies that have been well-covered. For example, she chose not to write about Tommy Wiseau's The Room, but instead focused on his follow-up, another stinker called Best Friends. Katharine feels that the problem with most junk films is not the cinematography, which is at least usually competent. Where these films fail is in the directing and editing process, with the director incompetently stringing along narrative logic from one scene to another. After watching so many bad movies, Katharine has a pointer for creating a good movie: if the director, editor and crew is cohesive, competent, and cares about the film's final quality, then your movie will at least be watchable. Junk Film is available on Amazon and at Barnes&Noble.com Find Katharine Coldiron: http://kcoldiron.com/ Twitter: @ferrifrigida WIN an autographed copy of Junk Film: Why Bad Movies Matter. Follow us on Instagram @thecinepod, Threads @thecinepod Facebook @cinepod or Twitter @ShortEndz and comment on our post about the book giveaway for this episode! Sponsored by Hot Rod Cameras: www.hotrodcameras.com Sponsored by Aputure: https://www.aputure.com/ The Cinematography Podcast website: www.camnoir.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheCinematographyPodcast Facebook: @cinepod Instagram: @thecinepod Twitter: @ShortEndz
This week, the Geeks celebrate their favorite bad movies in the Top 3 List! The Worst Movie Ever This Week continues with Lance's worst movie ever, Monster A Go-Go! Sunday Afternoon Kung-Fu Theater starts a new list with Collider's Best Kung-Fu Movies of the Last Decade and the unanimous 5 star Raging Fire! All this plus reviews of Star Wars Visions and Star Trek Strange New Worlds! Spoiler: Neither were that great! Thanks for listening and Keep On Geekin' On! Timestamps 6:05 Top 3 Favorite Bad Movies 21:50 Monster A Go-Go 38:03 Raging Fire 54:26 Star Wars Visions Season 2 Episode 8 1:03:12 Star Trek Strange New Worlds Season 2 Episode 4 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/3oldgeeks/message
PARTY PLEASER: Melanie & Melvin summarize Beckman, that weird Christian-marketed movie produced by David A.R. White where he plays a John Wick/Taken-esque assassin. The catch? He's a recent Christian convert. Does that stop him from killing dozens of people? Tune in to find out! Topics: (PATREON EXCLUSIVE) 27-minutes discussing the content of Christian movies, interpreting what they're communicating, their advertising, and so much more. (PATREON EXCLUSIVE) Beckman feels like a YouTube movie made by YouTubers back in, like, 2011. You could almost see Freddie Wong making something like it with Corridor Digital, except probably more fun. Melvin never watched Beckman even though he's owned it since mid-2020. Then, he watched it twice in a row for... reasons. David A.R. White routinely plays pastors in the movies he produces. Melvin finds this to be an odd reoccurrence.Gabriel Sabloff shared in the commentary track that he does a hard cut to action in the middle of the first act because he felt audiences would lose interest in the setup. Melvin comments that this is a recurrent problem in which certain director's lack trust in their audience to patiently engage a movie.Beckman keeps calling Tabitha his daughter. One big problem: she's not his daughter. They're not even blood related.Beckman is too self-serious as a movie to be particularly enjoyable, especially when compared to something like John Wick where the whole franchise is simultaneously "serious" but very aware of its exciting-thrill-ride nature.Exploring the wisdom behind applyied violence.Recommendations:Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003) (Movie) & Vol. 2 (2004) (Movie)Missing (2023) (Movie) Support the showSupport on Patreon for Unique Perks! Early access to uncut episodes Vote on a movie/show we review One-time reward of two Cinematic Doctrine Stickers Social Links: Threads Website Instagram Facebook Group
...or is it??? The Geeks celebrate another milestone as they complete Tubi's list of Worst Movies Ever with The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies! To mark the momentous occasion, they are joined by Superfan Mike! Feeling that the list was missing a few entries, this week's Top 3 List features the boys' own worst movies! Sunday Afternoon Kung-Fu Theater features the divisive Shaolin Mantis aka The Deadly Mantis! No cast would be complete without spoilery reviews of Star Trek Strange New Worlds and Star Wars Visions! Thanks for listening and Keep On Geekin' On! Timestamps 9:34 Top 3 Worst Movies 32:05 Shaolin Mantis aka The Deadly Mantis 48:40 The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies 1:11:48 Star Trek Strange New Worlds Season 2 Episode 3 1:31:28 Star Wars Visions Season 2 Episode 7 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/3oldgeeks/message
Is this the most popular, highest-grossing movie we've ever done? Possibly! We're too lazy to put in the legwork to check. Why don't YOU do it, for a school project about statistics or economics or some shit. Anyway, the point is, we used the "or CRITICAL flop" loophole (42 on Metacritc) so we could watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie. Don't at us. Or do, whatever, we're not your dad.Wikipedia page for The Super Mario Bros. MovieMovies recommended in this episode:Women Talking (2022)We Are Who We Are (2020)Larks on a String (1969)Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.
We've talked about the Sony corner of Marvel more than once, but the relative high quality of MCU movies has saved them from our scrutiny... until now! What did we make of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, a film whose very title is a pain in the ass to type out for these show notes? Listen to find out!Wikipedia page for Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaMovies recommended in this episode:Torque (2004)What's Love Got To Do With It (1993)Miami Blues (1990)Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.
It's got Adam Driver! It's got dinosaurs! It's got a numerical title that sounds like a sports biopic and makes the title of this podcast episode look confusing! What more do you want? Well, it turns out that 65 needs a LITTLE more than all that to be a real movie, but at least it's out there trying.Wikipedia page for 65Movies recommended in this episode:Beau Is Afraid (2023)Air (2023)Park Row (1952)Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.
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