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Episode 138: The Ice Pirates

This week we watched the 1984 film The Ice Pirates and honestly it was kind of hard to write any sort of description for this episode. The film had a lot of great ideas that it just couldn’t execute, which made for a pretty boring movie. The poster made it look super cool and absurd in all the right ways, but it just fell flat. It also had a hard time making up it’s mind if it wanted to be serious or silly. If you grew up loving this movie, we’d love to hear your thoughts because it just didn’t do much for us at all. Also, friend of the show and past guest Cody joined us for this harrowing journey.

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Episode 137: The Last American Virgin

Teen comedies were huge in the 80’s and most are considered classics to this day, but none were quite like The Last American Virgin from 1982. It’s like a cross between Porky’s, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, and Pretty In Pink, but with a really dark and depressing final 20 minutes. And unlike most of the fore mentioned films, no one in this one really learns any sort of lesson whatsoever. They just go on being even shittier, sluttier, and neckbeardier, if thats a word, than they were before.

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Episode 134: Big Man On Campus

It’s rare when a character in a movie steals your heart, especially when you want to hate that movie, but we just couldn’t help but fall in love with the main character of Big Man On Campus from 1989. Bob Maloogaloogaloogaloogalooga, that’s 1 Malooga with 4 looga’s, was an unexpectedly funny and lovable hunchback that saved this movie. And mind you, this is a movie with little to no plot whatsoever. It’s your typical late 80s/early 90s college comedy, but seasoned comedy writer Allan Katz clearly had been developing the character of Bob for years in order to one day bring him to life. I guess we should also mention that Nick was absent this week, so Corey was joined by former guest Kenneth from Episode 115.

Episode 134: Big Man On Campus

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Episode 130: Brain Damage

This week on we lose our minds with the 1988 film Brain Damage from the director of Basket Case. In the film, average guy named Brian, who lives in New York City, becomes dependent on an evil, disembodied creature named Alymer. Alymer feeds Brian a narcotic substance in exchange for his unwilling assistance in obtaining the brains of innocent victims for sustenance. If you couldn’t tell, this movie is one giant allegory for drug addiction and a bloody one at that. We highly recommend checking this one out, for sure.

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Episode 128: Moonwalker

moonwalker-official-dvdThose of you who have seen this film know exactly why we chose it and those of you who haven’t seen this film are probably wondering why we chose to do a Michael Jackson music video movie. The thing is, it is so much more than just music videos. Sure it starts out that way, but when halfway through he is being gunned down by terrorist organization [SPIDER] run by Mr. Big (played by Joe Pesci) and transforming into a car it explains exactly why we watched this movie for the podcast. The film also inspired an absurd arcade and SEGA Genesis video game that may be more infamous that the film itself.

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Episode 127: Swamp Ape

screen-shot-2017-02-09-at-4-58-26-pmDeep in the swamps of Florida dwells a creature so awe inspiring, so monumental, so…horny, when we heard about it we could not look away. Do you like low budget brutality, clever/terrible jokes, ape dick and a message around nature preservation and native American oppression? Then this is the movie for you. Did I mention ape dick? Yes. Yes I did. We rarely tackle films this close to their release date, as most b movies are relics of a time long gone or things so insignificant we missed them when they debuted-but not this week’s focus, 2017’s Swamp Ape, a welcomed addition to the fold of movies so terribly absurd you can’t help but adore them. Remember the ape dick. Never forget.

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Episode 126: Chairman Of The Board

chairman4Our movie this week is regarded as one of the worst movies of all time. It is a product of it’s time, reminding us of other 90’s comedy classics such as The Pest and Blankman. It also fits under the “CTA” umbrella we’ve talked about recently on the podcast. But is it really all that bad? Did it win us over in the end? Is it not ok to just enjoy a stupid, whacky comedy from time to time? All of these important questions and more are answered throughout this episode. This review was inspired by Bijan Amin.

Next week is Swamp Ape…..God help us all.

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