Episode 034: The Muppets Take Manhattan

In this episode, Ari and Dan explore magical land of Manhattan, as only Jim Henson could envision it.  They discuss The Muppets Take Manahattan (1984), as well as briefly hit on Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (1977).  Also we find out why … Continue reading

Episode 033: Hocus Pocus

Ari and Dan explore the halloween classic, Hocus Pocus (1993).  They are joined once again by sister-wives Shannon Gomiller and Kimberley Gomiller.  Check your volume levels, as the fun had got a bit noisy. Kimberley and Ari also discuss the … Continue reading

Episode 031: Back To the Future

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 … Continue reading

Episode 029: Kung Fu Hustle

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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 … Continue reading

Episode 028: The Mummy

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 … Continue reading

Episode 027: Hot Shots!

In this installment of Why Did I Buy This?, Dan and Ari discuss the classic Top Gun parody, Hot Shots! (1991).  Dan learns that all his favorite spoofs are a genre of one man, Jim Abrahams, and realizes he probably … Continue reading

Episode 026: The Princess Bride

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:  … Continue reading

Episode 025: Three to Tango

In this episode, Dan and Ari discuss the Matthew Perry vehicle, Three to Tango (1999).  They discuss stereotypes and breaking through them.  They also examine how Neve Campbell plays a savvy Pixie Dream Girl.  All that, and more, inside! Pod … Continue reading