Nick and Chris review a variety of camp, B, genre, and otherwise bad movies.
The Knight Before Christmas
When Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens) hits a mentally unwell person with her car, she decides to take him home to her mansion and let him stay in her 1,500 square foot guest house. Never mind the man (Josh Whitehouse) is wearing full knight regalia, goes by “Sir Cole” (or “Circle” if you say it fast enough) and talks like a RenFest role-player. He’s cute. As it turns out, Circle is actually a medieval knight, transported to the pre-COVID 21st century by an old crone to fulfill his quest of becoming a true
Jack Reese (former wrestler Adam “Edge” Copeland) is a thief with $40 million in gambling debts. When his crew is set up during an art heist, aforementioned criminal boss “The Rumble” (Kelsey Grammer) buys his debt and makes him rob a billion dollars in cryptocurrency from a flying casino. Which cryptocurrencies? Let your imagination decide that.
City of the Living Dead
A New England priest (Fabrizio Jovine) hangs himself in order to open a portal to hell and unleash an army of the undead. Mary (Catriona MacColl) discovers his plot during a New York seance and travels with a reporter (Christopher George) to stop the zombie horde on All Saint’s Day through… means.
We're sealing up our loosey-goosey Worst of 2019 series with the most notorious big budget movie of the year: Cats! Featuring special guest Sarah Richard (née Dobson).
Victoria (Francesca Hayward) is a cat abandoned by her owners on the mean streets of Cat London. There she meets up with a musical bunch of Jellicle cats who show her the ropes of what it means to be Jellicle. They all sing their silly songs as proof that they are the Jellicle Choice™.
Theo Decker (Oakes Fegley) is a boy who is the victim in a terrorist attack targeting New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. His mother is killed in the blast and he goes to live with some WASP-y family friends. The matriarch Mrs. Barbour (Nicole Kidman) takes a liking to Theo, but he is whisked away by his deadbeat alcoholic gambling addicted dad Larry (Luke Wilson).
Joe (Nicolas Cage) is a widower Alabama truck driver whose wife and five-year-old daughter died tragically in a house fire. He comes across a woman named Julie (Franka Potente) who has a psychic ability to exist “between worlds” when she is near death. She needs to use her ability to rescue the soul of her daughter, who is in a coma after a motorcycle accident. They start a relationship, but things are not what they seem as the daughter (Penelope Mitchell) begins acting stranger and hornier than usual.
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Love this show
The show is very fun, the cohosts have good chemistry and Chris is a Encyclopedia Bad Movies. The only drawback is a couple of episodes have audio problems and Nick can be a little too much at times.
Love the hosts chemistry! Makes me want to go back and watch some of theses movies again!
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.