Is this a cult classic, or just a classic? Either way it is a movie that everyone enjoyed and we talk about the band Bush for FAR too long. Enjoy! There are werewolves in it.
KB and ZP talk to good friend and comedian Katie McVay about Pirates of The Caribbean and how it relates to privates prisons, and coming up with a new movie franchise and other nonsense. This is a good one.
Comedian Sean White joins ZP and KB and discusses The Iron Gant, a movie that is not cynical enough for this gang of jerks, but also the animation isn't good. Listen to it.
KB and ZP talk to comedian and writer Josh Androsky about the witchy teen flick, The Craft.
We talk about the cult dark comedy Heather s with Chicago Comedian Kaitlyn Grissom. We are finally all settled in LA and will be releasing episodes on the regular now. This episode is the opposite of the Caddyshack episode. Every like Heathers, we talk about high school, social dynamics, shootings, old video discs and all that other fun stuff. Don't turn it off after Kevin's baby voice at the start.
ZP and KB talk to Chicago comedian Aaron Sutherland about one of the most liked comedies of all time and are essentially bamboozled why this movie is popular. This episode is not for fans of Caddyshack. NO ONE LIKED CADDYSHACK.
ZP and KB talk to old Nicholas Rouley about the foul mouthed Mamet play, "Glengarry Glen Ross" Is being in sales cool? Is capitalism the problem? I dunno by bad Seinfeld is even worse.
We break with convention and watch Macgruber because Francis is in town. Why? Why did you watch MacGruber? Maybe because it is possibly the funniest SNL movie ever, and maybe because it is a new cult classic.
Chicago comedian Meredith Kachel watched the very dour movie V for Vendetta and then stopped by the friendly confines to discuss the film. We did not like the movie, which you will find out quickly if you listen to the episode, but it does bring up a lot of good discussion, mostly about balls.
Our pal Derek Smith stops by to talk about the horror/sci-fi classic The Fly and we mostly talk about Dogs.
ZP and KB talk to Chicago Comedian Dan Sheehan about the Werner Herzog documentary about the bear obsessed Timothy Treadwell and living in the woods.
Outside of Eddie Murphy carrying this movie Beverly Hills Cops is a pretty paint by the numbers police comedy. We have comedian Joe Fernandez over to talk about it.
KB and ZP talk to Chicago comic, Erin Grotheer about the gritty 70s cult classic The Warriors.
The fella sit down with Chicago comedian Allison Dunne and talk about the Cohen Brothers' classic noir neo-western. A lot of murder and death and what not in this light hearted romp!
Comedian Dave Losso and the boys talk about the Omaha-centric cult classic Election. We premier a new segment called "Wild Hogs" and everyone gets to meet "Bad Seinfeld" It gets goofy and is basically another episode of this podcast.
Podcaster and Comedian Dan Friesen comes over to talk about Pixar's Up. The movie is notoriously sad, and critically acclaimed, will dan like it? Will this be the movie that movies Brody to tears for the first time since Mighty Ducks 3? What weird story of the highway will Zach try to force into this episode? Also, there is a sever shortage of famous birds.
Late Late Breakfast prodcuer Danny Maupin joins ZP and KB to talk about Jaws and all the other stuff that goes along with it. A lot of good fun was had. Zip it in.
Our LA pal David Venhuizen is in town and he had never seen the Princess Bride. We watched it and then talked about it and this episode is the end result. Enjoy!
KB and ZP talk to Chicago professor and performer, Alicia Swiz about the classic grift film, The Sting. They talk about being grifted and the handsome men in this movie.
Chicago Comedian sits down in a historic episode of Getting Around to it, where they get so off track, it probably shouldn't qualified to be a podcast. It is a lot of fun, you should listen and think about Hunk Harry Ford sweating in the Cairo heat.
Deliverance is iconic and often referenced in pop culture but no one on this podcast has actually seen it. They have not and ZP and KB talk to Miasma: A terror experience purveyor and founder Justin Brink.
KB and ZP talk to podcaster and comedian Sarah Shockey about the comedy icon Pee Wee Herman and his film debut.
KB and ZP talk to Chicago comedian Lisa Peters about the tale of the adopted Sasquatch and the hijinx that ensue. Is this an accurate portrayal of a bigfoot? What is up with anime? Why is it so funny when someone punches squatch? Find out on this episode.
KB and ZP talk to old Dreesy baby talk about the summertime classic, The Sandlot. The discussion includes, little league Baseball, local legends, and pickling that beast. Special review from Goodrich Gevaart.
KB and ZP talk to Tim about the classic tale of demonic possession and the priests that love them. The conversation id dominated by talk about Catholics, religion, and somehow we even start talking about musicals. Its a fun one! Enjoy!