Sat, 30 August 2008
Between Kevin Costner's strange predilection toward playing lovable white trash and the mainstream media's insistence on portraying all Southerners like we just stepped off the set of My Cousin Vinnie, we Waffle House folk don't always get a fair shake. Greg and Sean discuss this phenomenon as well as indulging a somewhat pointless slam on Sleepless in Seattle and pretty much all romantic comedies. Also, Tron 2, Billy Dee Williams, Dina Meyer, and an ode to the Black Hole. Well rounded fun for everyone!
Mon, 25 August 2008
Tribute to boobs in movies! Or is it? Sean and Brooks take a long hard look at the disturbing decline of naked shower scenes and real sex scenes in movies. Is this a more enlightened temperament in modern film, or a backhanded effort to sell sex to kids by keeping the nudity out of it? And is the mainstream's sudden shyness leaving the door open for pornography to become a part of our everyday lives? Just look at Traci Lords! If you still can...
Sat, 16 August 2008
This is not a show about disaster movies or real-life disasters, folks. This episode was a real-life disaster, plagued with production problems, technical errors and equipment failures. But somewhere along the line we managed to talk about the mystery of twins like Jason and Jeremy London, the Barbarian Brothers, & Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny Devito. Also, why do dragon movies always suck? Is the robot invasion already happening and how will life-size silicone sex dolls help make it happen? We soldier through it all to bring you the truth, world...
Sat, 9 August 2008
How do you survive Star Trek? Is it just a matter of avoiding techno-tortures like the holodeck or is it about something more? Is it about knowing how to be like Kirk and overthrowing civilisations for the greater good with kidney punches and scissor kicks? Listen and find out!
Sat, 2 August 2008
Between Batman's big money and Dr. Horrible's dynamic debut online, it's a good summer for superheroes and supervillains. Even Hellboy got a little something for his trouble. The boys talk about what makes Heath Ledger's Joker the world's first scary comic book movie bad guy and discuss where the Dark Knight should go next. Who will be the next big bad? Catwoman? The Riddler? And what does the future have in store for Joss Whedon's latest creation? And what trends is this setting for future superhero projects like Watchmen? Listen and find out!