Tim and Jen tell you all about an unironically delightful slasher film made by a literal child!Hear the entire episode for a pledge of only $2/month and get access to all our other bonus content!
Jen and Tim dig through yesterday’s trash for a sampling of horror movies shot (badly) on video.
Tim and Jen make the case for a socialist reading of Weird Al’s lone cinematic outing. Get access to this and all other bonus content for only $2/month!
So did Current Affairs, as it happens.
Jen and Tim ask Josh Lewis (@thejoshl) to provide his insight as a film programmer in a wide-ranging discussion of the dire state of movie exhbition. Be sure to check out our sibling pod, Sleazoids, also on Soundcloud!
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The delightful Chapo dad joins us for Death Wish 3, possibly the simultaneous nadir and high point of the Death Wish series.
Why did we spend so much time on this uneven philosophical road movie? Who the fuck knows! By the way, for this episode Jen was calling from the surface of Jupiter, where she went to get more stupider.
Niel Jacoby (@fuckinalpamare on Twitter) joins us to ask: wtf, France? Also big fat trigger warning on this one because we spent a lot of time mocking the movie’s incredibly cavalier attitude towards sexual assault.
We go incredibly deep on a movie that probably didn’t merit it. So much so that you’re getting a two-parter! This one was written by the guy who co-wrote Back to the Future and it’s tailor-made for dads who wistfully scroll through classics dot autotrader dot com on weekends.
Jen and Tim are joined by author and podcaster R.S. Benedict to discuss one of the few films ever shot entirely in Esperanto, which is the only film ever shot entirely in Esperanto and starring William Shatner.
Tim and Jen are very excited to have animator, voice actor, and writer Bill Kopp on the show to discuss his career, especially the beloved-but-now-scarce Fox Kids show Eek! the Cat. Sorry we had to record Bill on Edison cylinder lol