143 episodes

Welcome to the complete collection of Yeah, It's That Bad, containing every episode previously uploaded to iTunes, as well as every premium episode and After Dark special.
Yeah, It's That Bad was a movie podcast that reviewed movies that are considered to be awful remakes, box office bombs, useless sequels, and other critically hated films. At the end of each episode, Joel, Martin, and Kevin ask the question: "Is it really that bad"?

Yeah, It's That Bad - Complete Archive Yeah, It's That Bad

    • TV & Film
    • 4.6, 168 Ratings

Welcome to the complete collection of Yeah, It's That Bad, containing every episode previously uploaded to iTunes, as well as every premium episode and After Dark special.
Yeah, It's That Bad was a movie podcast that reviewed movies that are considered to be awful remakes, box office bombs, useless sequels, and other critically hated films. At the end of each episode, Joel, Martin, and Kevin ask the question: "Is it really that bad"?

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
168 Ratings

168 Ratings

beefcakefan ,

Is a great vacuum of almost 10 years ago. Love them

I comeback to this podcast every couple years ( or months lol) and relisten to the episodes a billion times. Wonder if the guys still live in the city ( they all did talk about moving). Wonder if they still even talk ,I hope so. Still wondering about the cowboy hatted man and if the YITB satellite headquarters is still in orbit watching over us :)
Love you Joel, Martin, and Kevin hope all is well. Wish I got too give you 50$ for a review!! Best of its times. Other podcast could only shine so bright next to this supernova!!
Ps- a podcast with no ads was a good time in life, this was hobby out of love not a job! And if they did have ads do you think Joel would have got a 5$ shave club sponsorship <3

Keffe32 ,

All good things come to an end

Really wish these guys could get back together but like most great things it ended while it was good

MGeke ,

Still my favorite podcast

Boy, how I miss Joel, Martin, and Kevin ranking on the worst Hollywood has to offer. Like other reviewers, I keep thinking of how the guys would tackle such gems as Replicas (“How was Keanu gonna explain his family’s lack of navels and scars?”) and Godzilla: King of the Monsters (“There was so much stuff going on and I...didn’t...care.”). My two teenage sons are die-hard fans now, and we constantly exaggerate just like the Toast of New Jersey (“You’ve said that ten trillion times already.”). I hope things are going well for then. They are sorely missed.

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