Thanks to epicmouthful for commissioning the podcast for Terry Gilliam’s “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen”. It’s absurd and hilarious, it’s got something to say, but above all else, it’s imaginative. I think that’s the highest compliment you could pay to the co-writer and director of this film as Gilliam brings his “Trilogy of Imagination” to a close. Join us for the podcast to hear our full review.
Jim’s filling in the gaps in his Cohen brothers catalog viewing and A.Ron is giving Burn After Reading one last chance after not being impressed with it years ago. Join us for the podcast to find out what we thought of this star-studded farce.
Join us for a discussion about teenage trauma and angst filtered through Bobby Cannavale playing an accidental pedo and Paul Giamatti getting pile drived into the grass by a 15 year old. Thanks again to Dave from California for commissioning this podcast.
It’s almost time for our 6th annual Baldies Awards. In order to celebrate, we’re running back the past 5 years of the Baldies to pick an ultimate winner; a Baldy of Baldies, if you will. Each episode features an intro where we debate a previous Baldies category to crown an overall winner and then our full spoiler review of a previous Best Movie Baldy category winner, culminating in our pick for the best winner from the past 5 years.
This week we debate the Best Comedy category and re-run our Dunkirk review.
This podcast was made possible by the generous support of Ann Merin. We thoroughly enjoyed this love letter to Star Trek. It’s got a shockingly deep roster of actors, launched the careers of at least 2 comedic talents, and showcases some outstanding effects work, considering the modest budget. It’s absolutely worth a watch if you’re a fan of Star Trek and somehow haven’t seen it.
Rick and Morty wraps season 4 with a series of solid goofs, questions answered in the least answery way possible, SERIALIZATION!!, and perhaps a whole new, healthier spin on dysfunctional family dynamics. Join us for a discussion about the season finale, Star Mort: Rickturn of the Jerri.
It’s an hilarious and complicated mix of lessons on parenting, worthwhile teen activities, societal planning, the extent of Rick’s power when facing a god, how we treat the less fortunate, and even more on this week’s episode of Rick and Morty, Childrick of Mort.
It’s the vat of acid episode!
Rick and Morty have been enslaved by a xenomorphic species with the all too familiar wet egg / face-hugger / wet egg lifecycle in Promortyus.
Rick and Morty find themselves on a cosmic train with no memory of how they go there. One thing is quickly made clear – all tracks lead to a confrontation with Rick Sanchez.