We rank Will Smith movies and wonder what the hell happened in this second Men in Black movie. Then, we travel through time and end up somewhere a bit better.
Yeah, so. We were only able to watch one Leprechaun movie this week. So we did it, we chatted about Hornswoggle and we ranked the first 7 Leprechaun movies. Then, we started our next project by doing a deep dive into Barry Sonnenfeld's filmography and then discussing the first MiB movie. We make this look good.
The Franchise sojourns to The Hood, where Warwick Davis is desperately seeking his magic flute and a bunch of 23 year olds are hoping to be 24, but the way things are going, they don't know.
The Leprechaun(s?) gets on our nerves this week, in Vegas and, especially, in space. Meanwhile, George Lucas has some thoughts about copyright law.
Daniel and Henry hunker down for 8 movies about a Leprechaun, so they try to learn as much about him as possible.
We fulfill our first third-tier Patreon donation by covering what may be Henry's favorite movie ever. Also discussed: Space Babies. Plus, a Kubrick ranking.
Henry brings a recent Franchise to the podcast, which causes a snowball effect that leads to a massive Denzel Washington ranking, a deep dive into the films of Antoine Fuqua and Daniel watching the pilot of a 1985 CBS procedural.
The only thing more entertaining than this podcast would be Sofia's death scene playing on a loop.
Coppola rankings. A discussion of the most popular pornography of 1972. Some talk of The Godfather. And a special Top 10 list at the end. WE FINALLY DID THE GODFATHER.
Down this road aways here you might find an extensive ranking of Stephen King movies, plus discussion of a couple of animal snuff films. Fits of laughter are had and lots of impressions of the dad from The Munsters are attempted.
We went to see the new Shyamalan in theaters. Then we ranked all of his movies.
A merry M. Night to you all! What a joy it is to cover the Bus 117 or whatever trilogy.
Oprah, Uma. Oprah, Uma. QT rankings and major discussion of Kill Bill's flute.
The Franchise wraps up 2019 in style. With two more Tim Allen movies. Happy trails, 2018!
Jason Anthony Harris contributes sleigh bells, Henry and Daniel list their Top 10 Christmas movies of all time, and much fun is had discussing Tim "The Toolman" Taylor.
Finally The Franchise has come back to Rocky! We both saw this weeks ago and we finally got around to talking about it.
Henry finally gets to cover the Nolan Batman movies! I'm legitimately concerned that he's just going to be finished with the show after this. So why not come and listen to them? Also, featuring a special appearance by JGL and an attempt to put Alfred in his place once and for all. Plus, Christopher Nolan rankings!
We say goodbye to the Schumacher era with a Schumacher ranking and a chilling discussion about a really cool movie. Then, Christopher Nolan shows up and Henry gushes for a really long time.
Tim Burton jizzes a zoo, we watch a cartoon and Jim Carrey won't sit down. A trio of Bat-films.
Biff! We talk Adam West and Burt Ward. Then we rank every Tim Burton and try to sort out the relative merits of Arli$$.
Martha Krebill (The Real Weird Sisters) joins us once again to discuss the Wizarding World. But put dumb old Harry Potter to the side. It's all about Newt Scamander now, baby! We discuss Gay Dumbledore, Dickhole Depp and just how many Dumbledore boys there are out there.
It's a river of slime! We learn what Baby Oscar is up to these days and discuss the relative merits of Janusz and Vigo. Then, we mansplain Paul Feig to you and discuss just what was going on with that reboot.
We rank every Bill Murray movie, chat about Ivan Reitman and discuss the titles of the new Avatar movies while Henry nerds out hard over one of his favorite movies of all time. Also, a deep dive into the ultimate ghost blow job.
We FINALLY get to see Freddy molest some kids. Then we ranked all the Nightmare on Elm Street movies. Won't you join us as we wrap up October?
Wes returns to sketch out Scream and also to save the world from an ancient evil force who looks like Robert Englund or whatever. Then, we finally get our old friend Jason back. We just wanted to take another look at him.