Ari and Dan travel through time to meet Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and discuss the classic Back To the Future Trilogy(1985, 1989, 1990). A deep discussion is had utterly SHREDDING Doc Brown’s theory of time. Also we wish there were more fax machines in our homes.
Ari and Dan begin their countdown to Halloween this week by discussing the indie horror file It Follows (2014). Listen as they discuss STGs and ambiguous time periods. Also tune in for a special promo for the Million McFly March, happening October 21, 2015 at 9am!
Pod Question: What is the slowest (pacing wise) movie that you enjoy?
This week Ari and Dan beat people Looney Tunes style by reviewing the Stephen Chow film, Kung Fu Hustle(2004). They discuss their favorite parts and Ari finds out Dan didn’t really even watch it the first time. It’s a thrill ride through and through! PS: Sing is Wolverine!
Pod Question: What is your favorite non-american film?
Due to the chinese-ness of the film, there are no scenes in the podcast. So enjoy this youtube video of the opening dance number!
Join Ari and Dan as they take Kimberley to ancient Egypt! In this episode they discuss The Mummy (1999). As “High Priestess of the First Church of Brendan Fraser“, listen as Kimberley sighs at the mention of his name and Ari swoons over Rachel Weisz.
In this installment of Why Did I Buy This?, Dan and Ari discuss the classic Top Gunparody,Hot Shots! (1991). Dan learns that all his favorite spoofs are a genre of one man, Jim Abrahams, and realizes he probably has to watch Scary Movie 4. Meanwhile, Ari discusses her hatred for the love interest, Ramada.
Pod Question: What is your favorite spoof movie (and Mel Brooks spoof movie!)?
In this episode, Dan and Ari are joined by their friends Kimberley and Shannon. A raucous time is had discussing and dissecting the story and tropes of The Princess Bride (1987), and comparisons are made with the book.
Pod Question: What movie do you know so well you find yourself able to quote it forwards and backwards?
In this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by the foremost experts in the field of Idiocraciology, Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and Kimberley. There are discussions on the realities foretold by Idiocracy (2006) and Mike Judge. Also, Jay quotes Dax Shepard. A lot. It’s because they are so similar in their loves of money and ‘batin’. Sit back and enjoy!