In which we get defiled.
Daniel takes an unexpected journey to the edge of his own sanity this week as he and Logan watch entirely too many hours of Middle Earth.
On our Patreon show, Comp Beasts, Logan, Tim and I (Daniel) have been stupidly covering every season of the classic CBS reality show Big Brother. We are now about to start the seventh season, which was Big Brother: All Stars. Before kicking that off, the three of us decided to do a snake draft to attempt to create the most entertaining possible version of Big Brother: All Stars using the casts of the six seasons we just finished watching. Anyway, Logan cut out this excerpt to give people a taste of what we're doing on that show.
Please feel free to COMPLETELY IGNORE THIS. It has nothing to do with movie franchises whatsoever.
Whelp. Here it is.
The Bellas feature in an unfortunate trilogy capper and then we begin our Middle Earth journey with the weird cartoon one.
Logan and Daniel compete in an epic riff-off.
Sylvester puts some mud on and the boys get excited.
An odd duck this week. We begin the Rambo franchise for classic patron Evil Chris and then we break to discuss the latest in Umbrella.
Whelp. We caught up with Podcast, Dead Harold Ramis and the rest of the Busters before getting into the Netflix Texas Chainsaw, which Logan would like for you to know has no The.
This franchise manages to make its way straight to theaters, straight to DVD and straight to streaming all this week. A true Franchise legend.
We get our heads in the game and bop straight to the top or something.
Yo, fuck Tremors!
These worm movies are getting pretty boring, but we're still kind of into what Michael Gross is doing. Even Jurassic Park girl is bad!
Another PDot masterpiece. Logan and Daniel talked all about the wormies and the wormies with legs. We pondered Bacon and enjoyed a theme bomb from Henry.
D & L return to finally wrap up the journey of Elle, Lee, Noah (?) and Rachel (we think). Then, I guess technically a kid is home alone. And then we reckon with Estevez v Graham.
Daniel welcomes a new co-host this week and attempts to boost the listenership by covering two extremely popular movies.
We say goodbye to our better half.
Amazing that we still haven't even made it through all the major horror disappointments of 2021 after these 3. Also, HUGE NEWS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE FRANCHISE!
Ketchup month begins! We look back on the franchises of 2021, beginning with that new Matrix thing, that Mortal Kombat thing from a while back and that Equalizer thing with Queen Latifah.
A waste of all of our times. Merry Christmas!
First, Ice Cube parties with some ho ho ho's or whatever and then we crack open the talking baby/dog trilogy. There's singing.
It's Timothy Dalton Bond week!!!
Shandy returns to help us sort through the mess up in Forks, and we finally get to talk about the whole Renesmee thing.