Sean and Tim watch a lot of movies.
56. A Real Incoherent Breakdown of Reality: Waxworks.
Paul Leni and Leo Birinsky’s Waxworks (1924).
55. Agatha Christie is Kind of Like Taco Bell: Witness for the Prosecution.
The Fiascos watch the proceedings in a sensational courtroom drama, in Billy Wilder's Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution (1957).
54. Nuclear Family Fission: Panic in Year Zero.
The Fiascos detect radioactivity from the breakdown of the American family in Ray Milland’s 1962 apocalyptic film Panic in Year Zero. It’s the perfect cheery note to start off our 3rd season!
53b. Special Episode: Announcements, Questions, and Answers, Oh My!
The Fiascos have some announcements about changes for their 3rd season! They also spend considerable time answering a few questions from listeners.
53. I Can’t Bleep All This Cussing: God Told Me To.
The Fiascos are joined by Melissa Kaercher to end their second season by discussing Larry Cohen’s 1976 alien messiah movie God Told Me To. It’s going to get a little grind-housey.
52. Sean Has a Yarn Board: The Testament of Dr. Mabuse.
The Fiascos try to unravel the place of the evil Dr. Mabuse in the history of masterminds, as they cover the banned 1933 film The Testament of Dr. Mabuse.
Smarties Get Me Excited
Not much beats these guys knowledge on whatever weird old b-movie they're talking about. They also never fail to get me excited to watch the movies their discussing. Big fan!