Mike, Jay, Rich, Jack and Josh discuss movies they actually like.
Jay and Josh discuss the little-seen film True Stories, written and directed by Talking Heads frontman David Byrne.
Mike and Jay discuss the often misunderstood and underappreciated sci fi action satire Starship Troopers. Would you like to know more?
Rich and Jack discuss the Taco Bell film: Taco Bell Man.
Mike and Jay discuss Frank Darabont's monster movie throwback The Mist, based on the Stephen King novella. The film features such horrific things as spider monsters, crab monsters, and that kid that played The Sherminator in those American Pie movies.
In anticipation of Showtime's revival of the series, Jay and Josh gush over Twin Peaks for 45 minutes! Specifically, their love for the much maligned prequel film Fire Walk With Me, directed by David Lynch.
Jay is joined by Colin from Canada to discuss the Ridley Scott sci-fi classic Blade Runner, a movie Colin (and pretty much everyone else) loves and Jay finds kinda boring. Controversy!
Jay and Josh discuss one of several of George A. Romero's great non-zombie films Martin!
Rich Evans is joined by special guest Len Kabasinski to discuss the blind swordsman schlock classic Blind Fury starring Rutger Hauer!
Josh is joined by Jim from Canada to discuss one of their favorite movies, the Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan romantic comedy adventure film Joe Versus the Volcano, which flopped badly when originally released in theaters in 1990 despite being a great movie.
Mike and Rich sit down to have a long talk about trek. No more interjecting Star Trek references into videos, fuckers. This time it's ALL TREK ALL DAY LONG. Did they like Discovery? FIND OUT!!!
Boooooo! Just in time for Halloween, Jay and Jack check out a spooky double feature of Stuart Gordon schlock: Re-Animator starring Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton, and From Beyond starring Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton.
Jack and Rich Evans discuss the failed Dan Aykroyd brainchild Nothing But Trouble, starring Chevy Chase, Demi Moore, John Candy and Dan Aykroyd as both an elderly judge and a terrifying diaper baby.