Jen and Tim look at a slapdash TV movie with roots in moral panic. Oh and it was also the first feature role for Tom Hanks, wow.
Josh Lewis of the Sleazoids podcast guests to discuss evangelical nightmare propaganda The Burning Hell.
Jen and Tim talk with animal expert Emma Bowers about Roar, which stars 50 or 60 mostly wild animals and a handful of terrified humans.
Jen and Tim welcome back visionary documentary filmmaker Felix Biederman to discuss the most successful Turkish movie of 2006. No, it’s not Turkish E.T.
Jen and Tim welcome a mysterious podcast newbie to praise this magnificent work of queer cinema to the skies. We’re not kidding, you need to watch this movie, and how fortuitous that it’s on YouTube!
Jen and Tim are completely confounded by a lackadaisical sci-fi (kinda?) TV series from the most cursed decade, the 1970s.
Jen and guest Mike Rosen finally get back around to silent classic Häxan, a topic for which Mike is perfectly suited due to his expertise in witch-hunting manuals, proto-MGTOW inquisitors, and torture devices of the early modern period (not joking).
Jen and Tim are joined by laser-sharp media critic Gretchen Felker-Martin (@scumbelievable on Twitter) to talk over a movie that close to 50 years later is still too hot for TV: Ken Russell’s The Devils!
Read Gretchen’s writing at VRV Blog
WARNING: Today’s movie was made by an alleged sex offender and constitutes his own defense against said charges.
Mike Rosen returns to vituperate the sequel to Vile Pervert, The Truth Awakens!
Jen, Tim, and guest Kristian Boruff of the Harmontown crew dissect something even more pointless than Funko Pops: a Ghostbusters fan film from 2007!