162 episodes

Nick Nobel and Chris Dobson review a variety of camp, B, genre, and otherwise bad movies.

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Nick Nobel and Chris Dobson review a variety of camp, B, genre, and otherwise bad movies.

    160 - The Fanatic

    160 - The Fanatic

    Moose (Travolta) is a Los Angeles resident obsessed with the past-his-prime action star Hunter Dunbar (Devon Sawa). He gets access to a premiere party only to discover he isn’t there. After multiple attempts to make contact, his friend Leah (Ana Golja) points him to an app that maps celebrities’ homes. He uses this opportunity to stalk Dunbar and do a bunch of other weird things.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    159 - A Very Nutty Christmas

    159 - A Very Nutty Christmas

    Kate Holiday (Melissa Joan Hart) is a woman who doesn’t dislike Christmas but is generally stressed out by it. She’s a baker and has to bake a lot of cookies for the holidays. After her actor/Santa boyfriend Mark (Ryan Caltagirone) dumps her, she acquires the original nutcracker toy which inspired the Nutcracker ballet. Needless to say it comes to life as a hunky guy named Chip (played by the older brother of Simon from 7th Heaven) and they become boyfriend and girlfriend.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    158 - Demon Wind

    158 - Demon Wind

    Special guest Adam Pecht returns to Your Stupid Minds to cover another poorly thought out and shoddily made horror film: 1990’s Demon Wind! Featuring special guest Adam Pecht.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    157 - Milk Money

    157 - Milk Money

    A trio of 11-year-old boys saves up to purchase the services of a sex worker so they can see her naked (which is probably what they think sex is). When V (Melanie Griffith), a prostitute in the big city, agrees, circumstances bring her to their bucolic suburb where she lives in one of the boys’ treehouse and strikes up a romance with his widower father Tom (Ed Harris).

    • 1 hr 32 min
    156 - Blind Fury

    156 - Blind Fury

    Nick Parker (Rutger Hauer) is an American solider in Vietnam blinded by Viet Cong shrapnel. He’s taken in by local villagers and taught the ways of the sword through elaborate bullying and pranks. Years later, he goes to visit his old army buddy Frank (Terry O’Quinn), and instead finds his son Billy (Brandon Call) and soon-to-be-ex-wife Lynn (Meg Foster). The house is invaded by some goons and Nick must bring Billy back to his father and get to the bottom of this attack.

    • 1 hr 21 min
    155 - Kid Cop

    155 - Kid Cop

    A kid cop (Jer Adrianne Lelliott) insists on being a kid cop after his adult cop dad is killed in the line of duty. Kid Cop finds a pattern in a series of burglaries around town, and eventually suspects a pair of newcomers to town: The ice cream truck owners Beverly and Stan (Cindy Pickett and John Rubinstein). He elicits the help of his new friend Lisa (Bethany Richards) and thwarts a heinous gold coin heist by these outsider monsters.

    • 1 hr 19 min

Customer Reviews

RIMCAST AB ,

Awesome hosts!

Love the hosts chemistry! Makes me want to go back and watch some of theses movies again!

TheAdamLash ,

So many bad movies

And some movies that I love. An entertaining deconstruction of some of the worse movies ever put in front of the camera. The hosts are a joy to listen to as it's clear they're having a lot of fun mocking these abominations that have taken on film form.

Random Red ,

Why is it bad?

Nick and Chris do a great job deconstructing “terrible” films in a way that’s humorous and educational. It’s great if you can watch some of the film in advance too, but it isn’t required viewing. Thanks for producing some great entertainment!

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