GG and ZP sit down with Chicago Comedian, Cleveland Anderson and talk about the John Carpenter schlock/horror/action classic Big Trouble in Little China.
GG and ZP hang out with comedians and Thieves frontman Rudy Schultz and discuss the new classic, Wet Hot America summer.
GG and ZP sit down with LA comedian Andy Sell and talk about the John Irving adaptation of The World Accorsing to Garp. One of Zach's favorite it is a very sad movie that touches on such light-hearted topics as gender roles, gender identity, sexuality, death, and family. We wade through it all the best way we can by making dumb jokes.
ZP and GG talk to Lainie Lenertz about the Thanksgiving John Hughes movie, Planes Trains and Automobiles. Does it hold up out side of nostalgia? Why does John Candy look like Zach's brother? One of those questions is answered.
ZP and GG sit down and discuss the 1980s campy cult movie about a bunch of rag tag youth saving the would from monsters with MTV's Jacob Williams.
ZP and GG sit down with Chicago comedian David Philips and discuss the Woody Allen Rom-Com Annie Hall. Can one separate the art from the artist? Do we even know what that means? Listen to the episode to find out.
Chicago Comedian and co-creator of The Late Late Breakfast, Tyler Jackson has never seen Good Will Hunting. ZP and GG sit down with him and talk about the movie and the themes explored with in it.
Is it possible to experience Star Wars objectivley for the first time? We answer that and a bunch of others that you probably didn;t know that you had when we talked to Katie McVay (Comedy Exposition, Yell you Better, 2 Hour Comedy Hour) right after we watched Star Wars for the first time. Brought to you by Sexpot Comedy.
ZP and GG talk to Nicky Martin about ways to smoke crack, alcholic adults, Oedipus, Cold War polatics and oh yes, the Robert Zemekis classic, Back to the Future.
Goodrich and Zach talk to Lincoln Lodge cast member, Alex Kumin about the Cohen Brothers dark comedy, Fargo. The great white north gets the film noir treatment with everyone somehow remaining likable.
GG and ZP sit down with Chicago comic and Congrats on Your Success producer Sonia Denis and discuss the Kubrick horror classic The Shining. The Shining is such a strange, scary and complex movie they have a lot to talk about as weel as thier own paranormal experiences.
GG and ZP chat with national treasure and Chicago comedian Bobby Budds about the Zucker send-up classic, AIRPLANE! LIke the movie there are times where the episode goes off the rails and doesn't make a lot of sense, but Bobby has to be one of the most fun people to be around. LIsten to this episode, it is great.
GG and ZP sit down with Chicago comedian Trevor Martin and talk about the 1990 Martin Scorsese gangster classic Goodfellas. We talk about all the iconic things that go into Goodfellas, the actors, the director, and the genre it defined.
Kevin Brody hates the sci-fi classic 12 Monkeys for some bullshit reason, We talk about baseball too.
GG and ZP sit down w/ Lincoln Lodge cast member Kristin Clifford and talk about the mush beloved Jim Henson fantasy movie, Labyrinth.
Host of It's All True on WBEZ, Tim Barnes joins us to watch the silent French cartoon The Triplets of Belleville.
We talk to Chicago Comedian Cody Melcher about the Tarintino Classic, Resevoir Dogs.
We talk to Cody Melcher about the Tarintino classic, Resevoir Dogs
GG ands ZP sit down w/ Chicago Comedian Charlie Rohrer and talk about the 90s sort of dark comedy The Cable Guy.
We tackle a bit of a cult classic, a documentary that takes a look at the 1980s LA glam metal scene. The Decline of Westen Civilization 2: The Metal Years is discussed with Weekend Nachos Drummer Brian Lueders.
Goody and Zeeps talk about the 70s Paul Newman sports COmedy CLassic with Chicago comedian Nick Rouley.
Goody and Zach talk to comedian Stephanie Hasz about There will be Blood, a intense drama set in the "train times"
Goody and Zach talk to TImlin about the 90s classic Clerks.