We woke up extra early to milk a horse, then we talked about the first 2 Jackass films! You can't see us, but we did this one Puppet Show style. RIP Ryan Dunn.
This is a weekly show we do on Patreon where we talk about all the different things we've been watchin'! We watched a lot of 2022 releases and the MCU this week so we decided to release it for you nerds. Have a great weekend!
Oh, hey, they released new Clerks and Fletch movies. So we get to watch them! Were they good? Or even tolerable? Spoiler alert: one was and one wasn't
Keri. Cundey. Kunis. We finish off this great franchise by getting real big at first, then real little again. Then we also talk a bit about the first episode of the 1997 television show.
We've escaped Jigsaw's grasp once again and we're free on the other side. Which means more family stuff because we love families! Consider yourselves shrunken for the next week.
We wrapped up the spookiest month of the whole entire year by watching the 2 newest entires in the SAW-verse. Do we even care now that Jill's dead? Did Chris Rock improve the series? How many movie franchises has Samuel L. Jackson been in at this point? + SAW MOVIE RANKINGS!!
You know we had to check out how evil was going to die!
It's so cool that John Kramer died in Saw III and then also in Saw IV but he's still in every movie. RIP Chester. And Jill Tuck. And Luke Danes.
We're back this week with our friend Jigsaw, but this time he has even more apprentices and a sexy wife. Are these movies good? Did Amanda really deserve all that? Are we in our very own Jigsaw trap?? Shoutout to Addison!
If it's Halloween, it must be Saw! This year for October we're playing a game with our old pal Jigsaw. Will we live or die?? (We recorded this episode with reverse bear traps on)
Sorry for the mic issues and for the late upload, it took a long time making it as listenable as possible. Don't get too spooked!
More like Yabba Dabba Don't. It's the last week before October!!
They made a depressing movie called Happiness about what it's like to be human, then recast everyone and tried to do it again. If you can't handle the topics discussed in these films, we'll see you next week.
(special edition, the first time on the blue) Leo Little's Big Show anyone??? The toys may be little, but it's a big episode this week! (Tim Allen noise)
Ironically, the tv show about zombies is the one with the most life this week.
They bookended the 2010s and now we're here to get all deep and existential. Are they as good as the first 2? Better?? Not good at all??? WHAT IS OUR PURPOSE IN ALL THIS????
It's time! They made an Orphan prequel so we finally get to find out what's been wrong with Esther!
BONUS EPISODE. Looks like Hulu hunted down a box office smash!
This week we put on our Native American facepaint, jumped in our Mercedes-Benz, and sped over to Mega Mountain for Tum Tum's birthday! We also ranked the 8 different versions of the 3 ninjas. And what franchise will we do next??
Coverage of the 3 Ninja franchise KICKS off!
Rocky loves Emily and instant diarrhea!
(DTrain is traveling, and Logan asked me to credit myself for writing the episode description. I believe he was afraid I would write something stupid, but it ain't the way I wanted it! I can handle things! I'm smart! - Tim)
In which JJ ruins another one.
Taking you back to the early days of 2008, back when the words "Michael Stahl-David" meant something.
Taking you back to Downton times this week on the podcast. Let's do love stories for Molesley and Patmore I guess!
Two more Happy Madisons.