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What can improve a bad movie more than watching it with your significant other? After a long week, and a night on the town, is there any better way to show them you care, than by laughing over terrible acting, bad effects, or a horrible story? Join Nigel and Kaitlyn as they go on a weekly date and follow it up by suffering through a bad movie.

Bad Movie Date Night A Journey Into Film

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What can improve a bad movie more than watching it with your significant other? After a long week, and a night on the town, is there any better way to show them you care, than by laughing over terrible acting, bad effects, or a horrible story? Join Nigel and Kaitlyn as they go on a weekly date and follow it up by suffering through a bad movie.

    Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

    Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

    As January winds down, Nigel and Kaitlyn decide to tackle one of the films that started it all: Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Without this film, Nigel may not have discovered his love for bad movies, and probably wouldn't have shared his passion with Kaitlyn. This film has everything. Killers! Clowns with a K! Spaceships! Cotton Candy! Love triangles! Grumpy cops! What else could you want from 1988? In this episode, Nigel and Kaitlyn discuss the origins of the killer klowns, as well as the nature of their plan, and of course, their shared love of Tom Hardy and Jon Hamm. 
     
    Killer Klowns from Outer Space
    Directed by Stephen Chiodo
    Written by Charles Chiodo, Stephen Chiodo, Edward Chiodo
    Starring: Grant Cramer, Suzanne Snyder, John Allen Nelson, John Vernon, Michael S. Seigel, Peter Licassi
     
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    Dolls (2019)

    Dolls (2019)

    What? First of all, what?! This week Nigel and Kaitlyn complete part 2 of their two-part "dolls centric" episodes with the 2019 horror film Dolls. Dolls is a film that tries to be smarter than it is by using every possible horror-trope. The film itself is never very scary despite trying hard to do so. This episode of Bad Movie Date Night, Nigel lets out his inner Jerry Seinfeld while addressing topics like IMDB profiles, clever screenwriting, Dee Wallace, children's stories, and asks Kaitlyn the important question, "Is Dolls a secret masterpiece?." 
     
    DollsDirected by Cuyle CarvinWritten by Justin Hawkins, Josh Hawkins, and Jeff MillerStarring: Thomas Downey, Dee Wallace, Trinity Simpson, Bret Green, Elise Muller, Melinda DeKay, and Robert R. Ryel
     
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    • 1h
    The Dolls (1987)

    The Dolls (1987)

    This week, it's part one of back-to-back Dolls on Bad Movie Date Night. This week, Nigel and Kaitlyn discuss the 1987 Stuart Gordon film, The Dolls, a fantastically bad movie about killer dolls. In this episode, listen to Nigel and Kaitlyn theorize if this film is a prequel to Toy Story as well as discuss the physics of candles and flashlights. All this and more on this week's episode of Bad Movie Date Night. Next week, tune in to listen to Nigel and Kaitlyn discuss the 2019 movie Dolls. 
    The Dolls (1987)
    Directed by Stuart GreenWritten by Ed NahaStarring: Ian Patrick Williams, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon, Carrie Lorraine, Guy Rolfe, Hilary Mason, Bunty Bailey, Cassie Stuart, Stephen Lee
     
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    • 53 min
    New Year's Evil (1980)

    New Year's Evil (1980)

    For the last episode of the year, Nigel and Kaitlyn needed a desperate shift from all the holiday romantic comedies. Cue New Year's Evil, the 1980's horror film about a killer called "Evil" who murders on New Year's Eve (get it?). In this episode, Nigel and Kaitlyn dig into what holidays they could live without, which holiday horror movie is best, Kaitlyn invents a new sport, and somehow they find time to decipher this nonsensical movie. Join us for the final episode of Bad Movie Date Night (in 2019)!
     
    New Years Evil
    Directed by: Emmett Alston
    Written by: Leonard Neubauer, Emmett Alston
    Starring: Roz Kelly, Kip Niven, Chris Wallace, Grant Cramer
     
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    • 58 min
    Holiday in Handcuffs (2007)

    Holiday in Handcuffs (2007)

    Welcome to episode 2 of the Saved by the Bellcast...wait...Welcome to the final Christmas special episode of Bad Movie Date Night (in 2019). This week, Nigel and Kaitlyn break down Holiday in Handcuffs, the 2007 ABC Family original movie starring Melissa Joan Hart and Mario Lopez. In this episode, Nigel and Kaitlyn have a mini-Saved by the Bellcast (again), they also talk about perms, family drama, the logistics of kidnapping someone, and how good Mario Lopez looks in those sweet sweet plaid pants. 
     
    Holiday in Handcuffs
    Directed by: Ron Underwood
    Written by: Sara Endsley
    Starring: Melissa Joan Hart, and Mario Lopez
     
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    • 1h 2 min
    Christmas Perfection (2018)

    Christmas Perfection (2018)

    Episode 30! Who would have thought this show would make it this far? There is only one Christmas episode left in the Special Extravaganza! This week, Nigel and Kailyn dive into a tiny village in Ireland called Christmas Town in Christmas PErfection. This film tells the story of a strict perfectionist who learns the true meaning of family and Christmas when she is transported to a mystical Christmas village. In this episode, Nigel and Kaitlyn talk about Irish accents, picture-perfect Christmas's, Westworld, and Tombot! 
     
    Christmas Perfection
    Directed by: David Jackson
    Written by: Lauren Hynek, Elizabeth Martin
    Starring: Caitlyn Thompson, James Henri-Thomas, Robbie Silverman, Rachel Mae Brady, Norma Sheahan, Gary Hetzler
     
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    • 1h 2 min

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