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A different side of John Candy… Nathan and Brendan go back to the 80s with this kinda-obscure oddball comedy featuring a very mean-spirited John Candy and hapless Eugene Levy as bumbling security guards. The guys discuss everything including all the original plans involving Harold Ramis and John Belushi, “killer dogs”, the Michael Bay levels of […]

For the month of July (and first week of August), Brendan and Jason explore movies that are somehow connected to the ones they’ve previously covered on the BFI Top 100. And now… for something completely similar… This week, Brendan and Jason round up the discussion with a pretty obscure one. After the success of 1959’s Room […]

 Talk about your late-franchise disappointments… If you ever wondered why the world was blessed with the Andrew Garfield double-dose of Spider-Man reboots, all signs point to this flick – the third Spidey film directed by Sam Raimi. Nathan, Brendan and returning guest Joshua Kotsabasakis break this superhero movie down and discuss how there are […]

For the month of July, Brendan and Jason explore movies that are somehow connected to the ones they’ve previously covered on the BFI Top 100. And now… for something completely similar… This week, Brendan and Jason get prim and proper for the 2008 mini-series adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. The guys get right into […]

#NotMyMummy Do you remember where you were on that fateful day when the Dark Universe kicked off its wholly successful cinematic universe with 2017’s The Mummy to rave reviews? …what’s that? It was a one-and-done that tanked and they never made another film in the franchise? Well, of course it is! It’s the final Summer Flopbuster […]

For the month of July, Brendan and Jason explore movies that are somehow connected to the ones they’ve previously covered on the BFI Top 100. And now… for something completely similar… This week, the guys discuss Zulu Dawn, the prequel to Zulu (#31 on the BFI Top 100) and the film that tells a much more tragic […]

Die Hard on a mountain. That’s basically what this Summer Flopbuster boils down to as Nathan and Brendan welcome extreme sports expert Jerika back to the show to discuss the 1993 Stallone vehicle – Cliffhanger. This movie is absolutely nuts and the conversation goes everywhere from the special effects looking terrible in high-definition, John Lithgow’s accent, […]

For the month of July, Brendan and Jason explore movies that are somehow connected to the ones they’ve previously covered on the BFI Top 100. And now… for something completely similar… For this week, Brendan and Jason welcome their first official guests on the show in the form of Steve and Izzy of Everything I Learned […]

 Gross. Nathan and Brendan are joined by their guests Brent and the Spirit of Home Video Hustle to discuss MTV’s first-ever feature-length film (at 77 minutes long!) Joe’s Apartment. Everything is discussed in this “movie” including the individual scenes that made each participant nauseous, egomaniacal artists, Pepa’s involvement in the story, cross-dressing villains, cartoon physics… oh […]

 For the month of July, Brendan and Jason explore movies that are somehow connected to the ones they’ve previously covered on the BFI Top 100. And now… for something completely similar… For this flick, the guys cover another Shakespeare adaptation with Kenneth Branagh’s 1989 version of Henry V. As you may remember, the Laurence Olivier […]