Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison discuss the Christmas classic Gremlins, directed by Joe Dante and produced by Steven Spielberg. This thing is a mean spirited descent into nihilistic oblivion. Get your shot glasses ready if you have a drinking game dedicated to how many times the guys can say the word “rape.”
Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison ease into your chimney and kiss you under your mistletoe while discussing the 2003 comedy, Bad Santa. It’s a wonderful holiday tale about a santa who isn’t very good at his job, starring Billby Bob Bornton, Short Round, Gilmore Girl #1 and Bernie Mac.
Robin Morrison recaps the Dawn Of The Planet Of The Men Of The Plains Of The Forests Of The Apes Of The Streets Of San Francisco, then He and Elijah Brubaker discuss Apes movies in general, mostly the original and that Tim Burton thing.
Dr. Strange (1978)
This one is a pretty slow mover when people are actually acting and stuff but it’s worth watching for the crazy soundtrack and psychedelic shenanigans.
Nick Fury: Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D (1998)
It’s definitely a product of the 90’s. Hasselhoff is a pretty good Nick Fury. Watching this, you get the distinct impression they were trying to use this as a pilot for a potential x-files-like tv show about SHIELD, like that would ever happen.
The Fantastic Four (1994)
This movie’s bad ass. Still the best fantastic four movie if you don’t count the Incredibles.
Captain America (1990)
Directed by my man Albert Pyun, this film has Darrin McGavin, Ronny Cox and Ned Beatty in it. Dude playing the Red Skull fucking kills it.
The Amazing Spider-man (1977)
Without a doubt the single best representation of what real life was like in the 70’s.
Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison drive angrily as they discuss whatever the hell this thing was. Somehow, this is the first Nick Cage movie we’ve discussed and it’s a doozy. There are tits and guns and things blowing up.
Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker take a look at one of THOSE movies from the 80’s. You know the type of movie. This movie got blown up so big it was insane. Americans loved this movie and who could blame them? It was created specifically for the purpose of introducing Paul Hogan and Australian culture to the yanks. By the time Crocodile Dundee came around, what is now known as ozploitation movies had infiltrated the US and Hogan, a pretty shrewd capitalist, capitalized.
Take a journey back in time with the fellas and see hear, what they have to say about “Croocodile” Dundee.