Mike Gillis and Casey Doran dig into their mutual love of the cinematic works of 1980s action icon, Arnold Schwarzenegger. It's a movie by movie dissection of why this Austrian bodybuilder-turned-actor took Hollywood by storm with a combination of charisma, bulging biceps, and yes… absurd macho bullsh*t.
Episode 24 – Maggie (2015) with Chelsea Rustad
A father’s duty is to protect his daughter. This month, we’re joined by author and chair of the Puget Sound Socialist Party, Chelsea Rustad to explore perhaps the most unexpected and interesting departure from the expected Schwarzenegger oeuvre, an independent … Continue reading →
Episode 23 – The 6th Day (2000) with Michael Warbington
They picked the wrong man to clone. After more than a year, we’re back! We’re backing up our syncords and eating some nacho-flavored bananas with the Camp Director and President of Camp Quest NorthWest, Michael Warbington, because this month we’re … Continue reading →
Episode 22 – True Lies (1994) with Rebecca Friedman
When he said I do, he never said what he did. This month, we’re joined by Rebecca Friedman of Ask an Atheist to revisit the always thrilling and often problematic action-spy comedy that reunited Arnold with director James Cameron, True … Continue reading →
Episode 21 – Jingle All the Way (1996) with Kit DeForge
Two Dads, One Toy, No Prisoners. Put that cookie down! Now! Because, this month, Christmas is coming early! We’re getting into the holiday spirit with librarian Kit DeForge, to unwrap Arnold’s holiday comedy Jingle All the Way! Workaholic salesman Howard … Continue reading →
Episode 20 – Red Sonja (1985) with Tobiah Panshin
A woman and a warrior that became a legend. This month, we’re back in the Hyborean Age to battle wizards and monsters with Tobiah Panshin of the House of Jack and Stan to test our mettle against the third and … Continue reading →
Episode 19 – Sabotage (2014) with Joe Preti
Leave no loose ends. This month, we get scorpion neck tattoos and stock up on Axe body spray with returning guest Joe Preti of the House of Jack and Stan, to work through the needlessly ugly and mean-spirited crime ensemble: … Continue reading →
Arnold Anthology? Yes, please!
This is an absolutely amazing podcast that's set to delve into every film of the Austrian Oak with utter delight. The love for Schwarzenegger and these films are crystal clear which makes listening a joy. If anything, this show doesn't come out enough! I'm sure that, like me, you will love this show and make it a priority whenever a new episode drops.