We watch bad movies and frown so you don't have to.
A throwback episode from June of 2018! Can you bend a bullet like Beckham? Sure you can. Our friend Jen Garcia returns to talk about the misogyny that is "Wanted".
We're back and protecting the world from bad movies, like *Megaforce* protects... wait we watched the movie and we're still not clear on what they do. Paul & Chris invite Arden and Jacob on to discuss spandex, 80s car chase films, and a campaign to make the thumb kiss a thing. We are also introduced to the Grease Cinematic Universe.
In keeping with our spy movie season, we followed the instructions on the site that said, "If you want a film other than 'Fateful Findings' add the title to the comments section." We asked for "Double Down" and paid the man for the DVD. Here we are reviewing what came in the mail, "Fateful Findings".
Operation Kid Brother / OK Connery
Our season of spy films continues with this very strange parody. It's 1967 and those Bond movies are making money, let's jump in on that. Well, the first thing we need is a Connery. Hey, Sean Connery has a brother. Let's call him? Does he act?
For Y'ur Height Only
Spy season continues with Weng Weng, international little person of mystery. This week we're joined by friend and regular Arden to talk about this Filipino martial artist, his film, bad edits, repetitive music, awful stunts, worse dialogue, and nipples.
Our Man Flint
A dancing, swinging, good time on this episode - guests Jacob & Sean dive right into this film to talk Mormon spies, a harp as a weapon, the distinct varieties of bouillabaisse, and the island of misfit Canadians.