We bring super funny fella, Joe McAdam in to talk about the crazy backwards aging David Fincher movie The Curious case of Benjamin Button, of the CC of Benny Butts, as no one calls it. Its a real fun time. We talk about boats, I dunno we recorded this a month ago, but Joe is one of the funniest people on the planet, so it is great for sure.
The fellas continue with their movie lists, review a review, talk wings and youtube and grow closer by the day.
The gang sits down and talks to Comedian Brandy Posey about uber dickhead, Ferris Bueller. We talk Chicago, entitled Ferris and all sorts of junk. We do our show, you know it right? Thats what we did.
The boys talk about 30 for 30 docs, beards, masculinity, and work on their movie lists. All the shit thats fit to print. 2 more review reviews.
The boyz talk corn with our pal Jordan Doll. If you are a fan of corn or have heard of corn, you will like this episode. The final Halloween movie for the month of October is Stephen King's Children of the Corn. Is there corn in it? Yes. Are there children, yup. Should you listen to this episode? Damn right.
Same old crap from the guys who love to hear the sound of their own voice. Recently Watched movies, continue the top movie lists, and far too much singing.
The fellas hang with a great comic and pal, Chris Charpentier. They talk about the only reason Hot Topic is still around The Nightmare before Christmas. Clay! Song! Tim Burton! Someone is bound to hate it!! Fun times
The boys watch a movie about scary S&M demons and the enligh people who love them. We welcome LA comedian Ron Lechler into our home and we talk about scary stuff, strange sex experiences, and cenobites.
Zach and Brody catch up and talk nonsense as is customary. Ear infections, weed, olive garden, and movies are on the docket. Zach saw It.
KB and ZP sit down with LA comedian and Arguments and Grievances producer Heidi Butler and talk Forrest Gump. We only talk about shrimp. We don't even talk about the movie, just shrimp. No, we talk about a lot of crap, Forrest Gump is a pretty loaded movie. Good episode.
The first Deleted Scenes. KB an Zp sit and talk about some of their top movies, fast food and whatever else comes up.
KB and ZP talk to JMB about the 90s family movie Good Burger. A classic t people that are younger then them. Can these grumpy old POSs see the value of it? Yes, yes they do. For one, Shaq is in it and everyone loves Shaq.
KB and ZP talk to LA based Comedian about Christopher Nolan's break out movie Memento. Does it hold up? Why does it make everyone sad? What is the over arching theme? How will Zach talk about Omaha? Enjoy the episode!
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.