Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker finish their assessment of the beloved family film, Catwoman. This heartwarming romp stars Halle Berry as a perspicacious young lady whose stressful job as a graphic designer takes it’s toll and she retreats into a fantasy world where she has vague cat powers and she beats up Sharon Stone but Sharon Stone can’t feel pain or some shit. Also, Benjamin Bratt is there.
it’s a humor thing about the bible. you’ll love it.
This is the first time I’ve drawn this guy in about 30 years. He was one of my longest running childhood superhero characters. He was, essentially, Iron Man mixed with Ghost Rider but man, when I was a kid, I was pretty sure this guy was going to make me my first million dollars.
Guess how long Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison can talk about the POS movie, Catwoman? At least long enough to make 2 episodes of the Movie Show. The guys really dig their claws into this thing, and while holding it tight to their chests, kick the living hell out of it until it’s dazed and torn to pieces. They bat it around a bit, toying with the film, watching as it dies in front of them. Then, when it’s finally gone, they leave it in your shoe as a “present.”
Catwoman stars, Halle Berry and Sharon Stone. Directed by (sigh) Pitof.
Sit back and chill the hell out while Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison talk about this here movie, The sweetest Thing. The guys talk for about three more minutes than the run time of the movie itself, the uncut version. Be careful everyone, listening to this episode might make you ear-pregnant.
A short Tony Salmons comic from a GI Joe annual. Written by Larry Hama, of course. Some interesting composition stuff and the color is bonkers. It also has a great panel of a dude shoving a comic book down another guy’s throat.
Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison are back with the second half of their dissection of the flatulence themed sci-fi/horror epic, Dreamcatcher. The guys try to get to the bottom of things, so to speak. They ask the tough questions and the answers they find are as surprising as an alien shit-weasel erupting from your bowels. No one can really say what was going through the mind of anyone involved in the making of this film but whatever was going on, a lot of folks went whole-hog on it.
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Robin Morrison listens patiently as Elijah Brubaker rants about the classic Sci-Fi movie, Dreamcatcher. What kind of shenanigans can four psychic bros get into when they go on an annual hunting trip in the snowy woods of Maine? Well, a whole lotta hell breaks out because Maine is where Stephen King lives. As we all know, 99% of everyone in Stephen-King-land is psychic, possessed or insane and bound for a horrible showdown with butt aliens.
Dreamcatcher has a running time of four million years and the guys cover most of the thing in detail, as well as going on their usual stupid jags about goofy garbage so we had to break it up into two episodes. Part two posts in a few days.
Dreamcatcher (2003) directed by Lawrence Kasdan. Written by Kasdan and William Goldman, adapted from the novel by Stephen King.
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