On today’s episode, we call this the “Better Late Than Never Christmas Episode 2020”. Jim and Bill do a review of “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”. Filled with the usual review stuff, and packed with tons of comedy. A great way to end the year, and get some good laughs.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill do a review of “Lords of Chaos”, written by Dennis Magnusson and Jonas Akerlund, directed by Jonas Akerlund, and based on the book “Lords of Chaos” written by Michael Moynihan and Didrik Soderlind.
Starring Rory Culkin, Emory Cohen, Jack Kilmer, Sky Ferreira, and Valter Skarsgard.
This bio-pic film follows the rise and eventual fall of the Norwegian Black Metal band, “Mayhem”. A very disturbing drama, we cover the myth, legend, truth, and themes of misinformation and self-projection inevitably leading to art becoming reality.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill do a review of “Blood Immortal”, written and directed by Robert Butler. Starring Aphrodite Nikolovski, Richard Tyson, Jordan Trovillion, Erika Hoveland, and Julie Kline.
This vampire horror follows three generations of vampiric women and how the environmental and economic ramifications of man impact the choices that confront them, and jeopardize their existence.
A wonderful Michigan made film, and winner of multiple film festival awards, this is a must get for the Halloween season, or any time of the year.
On today’s episode, the minions talked a little too much, and for the ease of the listening fans, we have split this up into a two part series discussing our favorite Martial Arts Films. On this episode, Bill celebrates Travis’ birthday (over a month late at this point), and Benyamin gets down on the bullet camera techniques of a Gun-Fu film.
No minions on today’s show. On today’s very special episode, we have the gang from the “Dating Ourselves Podcast” on the show, featuring Brian, Paul, and Neva. There are WAAAAYYYYY too many great moments on today’s show, but here are some highlights.
Bill pulls double duty and loses his mind while talking Neva. Paul continues to be the glue of a podcast show and would eat pig guts to be in a film. Neva loves to recite Monty Python films (and is not quite dead yet). Jim expresses his love for early bird showings of films, as Brian rips into Jim for being an old man (a favorite of Bill’s).
On this episode, Bill and Jim sit down with Robert Butler and Noah Damron with Defacto Film Reviews and counting down their Top Ten Films of 2019.
On today’s episode, the minions have a very special episode for you. This will be our 2019 Top 5 Christmas Movies! Benymain announces his love for a Santa who beats up on little children. Travis is the one person to pick a film that is more like a ZOS Films production. Bill goes full RATED R and is bleeped out. Stephanie and Lisa hold down the fort as the only adults in the room (pretty scary).
On today’s episode, the minions go on a journey discussing their favorite film adaptation. This journey has Lisa describing her love for a devil baby. Travis takes us further into a late month, and to “Remember, remember the 5th of November”. Bill goes on his overly long and excited love for a very power ring, and Jim wallows in Misery and his love for Stephen King.
On today’s episode, the minions walk on eggshells and discuss films you can’t make anymore. Travis Does his best to not offend anyone. Stephanie brings a woman’s perspective to some sensitive topics. Bill mixes up Mickey Rooney and Mickey Rourke (yeah, this happens) and goes off on how sensitive the group is acting. Jim, continues to be a professional and reads everything Bill puts on paper (a group favorite).
On today’s episode, the minions discuss their favorite 80’s and 90’s comedies. Travis tries his best to recover from a rough night. We bring on a new guest co-host, Lisa. Bill makes things awkward, as usual, and Jim continues to read everything as written.