We catch up with the gang and talk about the movies we have recently seen and touch on the golden globes with our comedian pal Jacob Lowery.
Justin and Zach talk to comedian and writer Becca Slack about the 1991 dark comedy The Addams Family. Does it hold up, is it the standard for movies based after TV shows?
Joined by Meredith Kachel, JB and ZP talk about the movies we wish to see remade. Fun times!
JB and ZP talk to Chicago Comedian Meredith Kachel about the movies they would like to see be remade.
ZP and JB have Chicago comedian Arish Singh over to talk about the end of the world blockbuster Armageddon. Its a fun one!
2nd part of overrated movies w/ Kevin White
Justin and Zach are joined by NY comic Kevin White to talk about the movies that they love to hate, the most overrated ones. Part one of two.
Justin and Zach explain their absence and catch up with everything they have been watching as well as listing off a new movies to get ya in the Halloween spirit.
Listener Phil Bligh tweeted us to have an episode about our favorite movies directed by women, and we did. We also talk about the movies we have seen in the past few weeks.
We finish our lists of our favorite movies with under an under 50% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Justin and Zach have Austin Comic Ron Lechler over to discuss our favorite movies that are rated 50% or lower on Rotten Tomatoes.
We are joined my Chicago comic Mike O'Keefe and his jovial attitude. We discuss Seven, a pitch black Noir that sprung the careers of Brad Pitt and David Fincher. Give it a listen!
Justin and Zach talk about the movies that make them sob like someone who has been punched in the dumb stomach.
Justin and Zach nail the intro and sit down with Mary Zee (Mary Zee follows the rules, Arguments and Grievances) and talk about Trading Places. The movie Michael Landis made while on trial for manslaughter. A fun and whimsical look and insider trading, income inequality, a lot of gay jokes and Dan Akroyd in black face. Enjoy!
Zach and Justin talk about the best road movies. So fire up the station wagon and jump in, we are not talking about any of the vacation movies!
Zach and Justin sit down with comic book artist and illustrator Mike Centeno to talk about the 2004 cult hit Napoleon Dynamite. Why did Mike avoid seeing it, how well does this reflect small town life? Listen and find out.
JB and ZP espouse their left leaning rhetoric on the podcast by talking about what movies portray America to them. A pretty big departure from what we usually talk about. Enjoy!
Chicago comic Sohrab Foroozesh joins to gang to talk about the last of the last of the blockbuster Norah Ephron rom-crom trilogy. No it doesn't hold up, and how much shit can we talk on it for an hour? Listen and find out!
We didn't say Star Trek.
The gang talks to Chicago comic Jason Melton about the movie, Monster. Monster is a pretty heavy and violent movie so the discussion is a bit heavier and darker then normal, and we get into some pretty serious topics. With that being said, if you are feel that topics like serial killers and murder are not for you, maybe skip this episode. We try to keep it as light hearted as possible, but when the subject matter is a person who has been abused their whole life starts killing their prostitution clients, it can be difficult.
Zach and Justin list off their favorite Apocalypse/Post-Apocalypse movies. The end is near, repent, rate, review and subscribe.
Justin and Zach sit down with Chicago comedian Reena Calm and talk turkey about some lost ass boys. Does the super-cool teen Vampire flick hold up or is it just a dated tim capsule for the 1980's MTV generation. We also talk about dogs puking.
Justin and Zach talk about their favorite remakes. The lists were harder to make than other episodes because it is pretty commonplace for remakes to suck. Are there any good remakes, is Justin's list all horror movies? Listen and find out.
We talk to Chicago-based comedian Nate Burrows about one of the all time great Heist movies, Heat. Is this the pinnacle of action moves? We never actually asked that question, but it is fun to think about.