Listen as we drink and discuss movies that range from horrendous to wonderful and have a great time.
Ep 52: Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins
Jack and Derrick dive into this lost gem(?) from 1985 directed by Guy Hamilton and starring Fred Ward, Joel Grey, Kate Mulgrew and Wilford "Diabetes" Brimley. Did they really think this would be a blue-collar James Bond franchise? Who's god forsaken idea was it to put Joel Grey in that Asian make-up? Can Wilford Brimley even remember how to stand up at this point? Join us to answer these questions... and more!
Ep 51: Dutch
It isn't August but here we are, talking about shitbirds anyway. Happy Thanksgiving, it's DUTCH from 1991, directed by Peter Faiman and starring Ed O'Neill and Ethan RANDALL (Embry). A potential stepdad has to drive his wife's shitheel kid across the country to get him home in time for Thanksgiving. Why is this kid such a t**t? Is the head trauma in this movie what made Shooter McGavin who he is? And what's with that Pet Semetary-esque road in the middle of Tennessee? Join us as we discuss what many folks consider a holiday classic!
Ep 50: Whatever It Takes (1998)
The gang is back with an explosive new episode on 1998's 80s cop movie WHATEVER IT TAKES. Directed by Brady MaKenzie and starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Andrew Dice Clay and Fred "The Hammer" Williamson. A pair of undercover cops have to stop a gang from distributing a new deadly form of steroids that is killing local wrestlers and bodybuilders while making snappy quips and snazzy kicks. Did Dice even get a copy of the script? How has The Dragon's acting never improved? Who didn't see that Apollonia scene coming? And what exactly is Dice's problem with farmers?
Ep 49: Men At Work
It's Whitney's birthday this week so we decided to cover one of her favorite cheesy 90s flicks, MEN AT WORK! Directed by and starring Emilio Estevez alongside Charlie Sheen and Keith David. Two garbage hauling friends stumble into a murderous plot involving environmental destruction, vague crime families and some cartoon business villain from the 80s. Is Keith David indicative of our entire veteran health care system? Would you be mad at your garbageman bowling in the alley behind your house? What's with the Maximillian Pomadourious guy? Would Jack Berger have made a better Bernie than Terry Kiser? Tune in and see!
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Ep 48: Dead Heat
In the final episode of our Trick or Treat Williams month we welcome friend of the show Serj from Lethean as we discuss 1988's DEAD HEAT! Directed by Mark Goldblatt and starring, of course, Treat Williams alongside Joe Piscopo, Lindsay Frost, Darren McGavin and Vincent freakin' Price! How are these two cops friends? What's with the puppy murder room in the lobby of this pharmaceutical company? What would a Death Day party look like? How does Becky know literally everything? And, finally, can you actually keep a good cop dead?
Ep 47: The Substitute 3: Winner Takes All
Trick or Treat Williams month rolls on with 1999's HBO Original film, THE SUBSTITUTE 3: WINNER TAKES ALL! The continuing adventures of a mercenary turned substitute teacher that has to travel the United States beating up, murdering and exacting revenge against children (who are typically 30-40 year old dudes). Treat Williams has to stop a steroid ring at a totally real college while protecting his friend's daughter from violent sociopaths and some kind of vague mafia. When did Treat have time to get his doctorate? Is there an age limit on college football players? Where is this sports bar/strip club? And why would you attempt to bulletproof a car with bricks of C4? Journey with us into the spooky season with Trick or Treat Williams!
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Listened to a few episodes and enjoyed them all. Laughed on the road and at home listening.