The premise of this podcast is this: Andrew Bargeron subjects various guests to weird movies and discuss the weirdness soon after viewing. Some of these films you'll be interested in yourself, others you'll have been spared the strangeness as Andrew and Co suffer the weird in your stead. Enjoy!
When I started this podcast, my inspiration was taken from my own experience with friends having Video Nights at least once a week for a few years at one of those friends’ houses. That friend is this episode’s guest, and it’s been a long time coming. But you ARE somewhat familiar with previous guest/co-host Jon […]
Finally, we get to talk about Motorama. This 1991 film was a solitary staple for me in my late high school years. I knew no one who had talked of seeing it. It had a good run on HBO or Cinemax (both since they are owned by the same folks swap movies all the time). […]
I bought a vampire Motorcycle
There’s really not much to preface this episode with as far as show notes goes. This movie title “I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle” is as good a summary of the film as ever, though you’ll hear Jon contest this as a demon bike rather than a vampire bike. Anyway, it’s fun, sloppy, super low budget, […]
Hot on the heels of our discussion about nutsoid sci-fi horror teen farce Detention, comes an episode about another teen film, but one that’s mostly forgotten, in spite of Criterion reissuing a super deluxe version on blu-ray: Frances Ford Coppola’s direction of S.E. Hinton’s Rumble Fish. When we think of teen movies, we think of […]
Recently I’ve come to understand that I like some teen movies. Previous to this realization I claimed that I didn’t like teen movies much at all, but upon examination the opposite would be true. And while there are few titles that could be included on my show here (Bill & Ted, Weird Science, Better Off […]
Belladonna of Sadness
It’s a rare thing that I’ll accept this deviation from the norm here. Usually we cover strange films that feature mostly practical special effects, sometimes cg animation but never, until now, have we covered a fully animated feature. Belladonna of Sadness isn’t JUST an animated film, but it’s an anime from 1973! And it’s not […]
Great Weird Movie Discussion Show
Just started listening to WDWJW and already I’m a fan. Great movie talk show about weird films that few others cover. Absolutely worth checking out - 5⭐️s
These guys do a good job of not only breaking down the plot of the film but also discussing the meaning and message, behind the scenes aspects and more. I really enjoyed their review of "Motivational Growth", which is a film I happened to work on. They got a lot of the details right! Looking forward to more episodes.