A movie podcast where we discuss 90 different movies, each under 90 minutes. We chat about one movie a week...for better or worse! Featuring hosts Jeremy and Dan Eden along with rotating guests Mike Klappauf, Kaitlin Eden, Katie Binkley, Kevin Kirchman, Rick Schuler, Madalyn Mattsey, and Ian Simmons.
Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland
Phil FINALLY gets to talk about a movie he's been pushing for since day 1. In our newest favorite episode, we discuss the Japanese/American animated movie "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland."
Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot
Jer has previously stated that Charlie Wein picks very good movies that are no fun at all to watch, so naturally we had to punish him by making him watch THIS trainwreck: "Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot" starring Sylvester Stallone and Estelle Getty.
If you're stoned, you'll love this movie. If you're not...I'm not sure why you'd even choose to watch this movie in the first place. Madalyn Mattsey joins us once again to discuss a dumb stoner comedy released during the writer's strike, so you HAVE to assume that had some sort of impact on the movie. It's the only excuse it has! "Strange Wilderness" is directed by Fred Wolf and stars Steve Zahn, Allen Covert, Jonah Hill, Justin Long, Blake Clark, Robert Patrick, Jeff Garlin...a lot of people.
Mike joins us once again to talk about another bizarre entry into this podcast: 1986's "True Stories" directed by David Byrne. Yes, that David Byrne.
Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip
Ken Palmer, friend and fellow comedian is back on the podcast to talk about one of the all time greatest stand-up shows from perhaps THE all time greatest stand-up. We're discussing the 1982 concert film "Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip"
Today we discuss the indie dramedy "The Party" from 2017, which features NO cake, NO pizza, and NOT A STREAMER IN SIGHT! Some party!
Get you some pod!
Very funny and insightful, a good time for all!
Fun good pod
Love this pod and love hearing about some of these long lost comedies!
I gave it a couple of episodes
And I like this podcast better than “We Hate Movies”. Not that it was hard to beat, since honestly having some of my fave movies trashed every week was killing my soul, but this is pretty solid. You don’t have to love every movie, but at least y’all respect the movies.