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The Quiet Man (1952)

quietmanRobin (Marion) Morrison and Elijah (Maureen) O’Brubaker discuss the 1952 John Wayne/John Ford collaboration, The Quiet Man. It isn’t the usual fair for these two except for the universal sentiment “bitches be trippin’.” Feel free to Irish up some coffee and kick back while the guys discuss the film, stem to stern… spoiler alert, of course.

 

Wild Wild West (1999)

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker take a trip back into the crazy crazy days of cowboy stuff. You remember that time you went to burning man and you did a bunch of molly and didn’t drink enough water and you got all groovy and realized that we’re part of the brotherhood of man? Remember when you woke up in a strange tent and you couldn’t find your leather corset and you dug a watch gear out of your left butt cheek? Well congratulations dumb ass, we found your favorite movie! Based on the classic 1960’s TV show that was beloved by many nerds, Barry Sonnenfeld’s unfunny mess of a movie is equally hated by just as many nerds. Screen Shot 2015-04-13 at 9.17.35 PM

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Bonus!

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker have been busy and are finally back in the balcony to talk about all manner of dumb things. Robin discusses his new living arrangements and the fellas talk about upcoming blockbuster movies. They discuss why braggarts are awful and self deprecating dudes like themselves are really much more interesting. It’s a hodgepodge bonus episode, what are ya gonna do?
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Resident Evil: Retribution (2012)

 

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Elijah Brubaker and good sport, Jeremy Kemp, discuss the longest movie in cinema history, Resident Evil: Retribution. The film stars Milla Jovovich, who kicks people in the face and makes stuff blow up. I think it’s about monsters taking over the world and an underground lair and Max Headroom shows up, then everyone dies or saves the day or whatever.

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Tusk (2014)

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Robin Morrison, Elijah Brubaker and guest-host Jeremy Kemp talk about the Kevin Smith movie Tusk. Opinions run the gamut and there are some truly unfortunate sideroads taken. This 2014 film is about a guy who gets turned into a walrus but the craziest thing in the movie is Smith thinking that “Not-See Party” joke was funny enough to repeat more than once.

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episode 100!

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker are joined by guest Jeremy Kemp for our 100th episode. It’s really something to hear, alright. As usual, the discussion revolves around the two greatest films of our generation, Alien and The Crow. There’s a ton of dumbness in this episode. It’s totally worth what you’re paying for it. Woo! 100!
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Twister (1989)

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker examine the meandering, off-kilter, family melodrama, Twister. It’s an awkward animal without a lot of meat so the guys veer off into their usual tangential tributaries. It’s a little seen film but if you’re a fan of The Movie Show, you might enjoy it. Take a gander, then hear what the guys have to say.

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Dark City (1998) part 2

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Part two of the exhaustive breakdown of Dark City. Elijah “Mr. Sleep” Brubaker and Robin “Mr. Book” Morrison talk for a long time about Jennifer Connelly’s eyebrows, they also talk about a few other things but who are we kidding? This movies should have just been called, Eyebrows: The Movie. Then Riff Raff gets a knife and things go to hell. This podcast is brought to you in Sensurround, as originally experienced in the 1974 film, Earthquake!

 

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Dark City (1998) part 1

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Climb into the way-back contraption with your hosts Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison. Get ready to visit a time when Stylish black leather ran amok and aesthetic choices were influenced heavily by the cutting edge stylings of Trent Reznor and Marilyn Manson. Everything was moody, murky, deep and devilish. Everyone from old men to little girls were dressing like cenobites and the only way to escape was to get on the express train and head to Shell Beach.

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Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (2005) part two

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker are here for you if you want to talk about your childhood.

We all know George Lucas didn’t ruin anyone’s early years because he made some bad movies. We’re not here to make lofty pronouncements like that. What we are going to talk about is the extreme lack of insight it takes to make movies that takes so many missteps that nothing seems real when you’re done watching it.

One time I (Elijah) walked into a thrift store where a guy was building a helicopter in the back room of the building. I was fascinated and grilled the guy about this amazing endeavor. As the proprietor of the establishment went into greater detail about his project, it became clear he was sinking thousands of dollars into a hobby that would never see light. The guy had mortgaged his house and his wife had left him. He was fixated on building this helicopter with a single minded determination that would be admirable had he known how to actually build the machine. Once pressed for more information though, he admitted he was doing it based solely on instinct and he had no idea what he was doing. He eventually told me he didn’t even know how to fly and he wasn’t sure how he was going to get the helicopter out of the building once it was done.

That’s George Lucas.

Except George Lucas has billions of dollars so it’s sort of a bad analogy but you get where I’m coming from, right? The dude wanted to build a helicopter but it was a shitty helicopter. Look, I’m not an expert on analogies… why don’t you write the intro to your own podcast if you’re such a smart guy.

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Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (2005) part one

Star_Wars_Yoga_by_barankinRobin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker discuss the confusingly awful movie, Star Wars episode III: Revenge Of The Sith. You remember this one, right? It’s the one where Darth Vader turns into Darth Vader and there’s almost no Jar Jar Binks, making this the best of the prequels but that isn’t saying a whole lot. This is part one of two so you’ll have to wait to hear what the guys have to say about lava.
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C.H.U.D. (1984)

CHUD-1Here it is, the infamous lost C.H.U.D. episode. Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison examine the 80’s sewer-monster classic, C.H.U.D.

This episode was recorded almost exactly one year ago, as it drops. Were we ever so young? Robin was just a wet-behind-the-ears ragamuffin when he was pushed into the podcasting racket by his pushy and oversensitive high school buddy. Elijah was a gelatinous mucilage clinging to the underside of a freeway overpass.

Look at them now, though. Now, They’re rough and tumble, intergalactic cyber d.j.’s that ride the matrix, dropping truth bombs and telling it like it is. They know how to get-down and stay groovy. Their silken utterances are known throughout the information superhighway and their verbal ejaculations vibrate your airwaves with a fierce tonality.

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Demolition Man (1993) part 2

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker continue their discussion about the pulse pounding thrillride, Demolition Man. The guys also decide to talk about Pee-Wee’s Playhouse for some reason.

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Demolition Man (1993) part 1

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Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison discuss the best Taco Bell commercial of all time, Demolition Man. Once again, this episode ran long and this is part one of two.

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Poetic Justice (1993)

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Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison review the Janet-Jackson-in-mom-jeans movie, Poetic Justice. If you’re curious what Tupac was like before he was a hologram, you should check this movie out. Poetic Justice has it all! Tone Loc! Billy Zane! Mailtruck! The film has multiple readings of Maya Angelou poetry but don’t let that stop you, It’s actually pretty good. There’s an extended BBQ scene, which is awesome and earns this movie a thumb up….

 

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Starring: Janet Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Regina King and Joe Torry. Written and directed by John Singleton.

 

Catwoman (2004) Part 2

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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.

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Catwoman (2004) Part 1

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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.

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Mailbag

toughA short, bonus episode where we read listener mail. Robin saw the Babadook and Return of the Jedi. Elijah plugs a couple of podcasts he listens to.

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The Sweetest Thing (2002)

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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.

Dreamcatcher (2003) part 2

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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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Dreamcatcher (2003) part 1

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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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Star Trek: Generations (1994)

klingon Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker delve deep into their nerdish love of Star Trek in this, the absolute longest podcast episode in the history of anything. This is how long podcast episodes are going to be in the future. The guys discuss everything, from Malcolm McDowell’s hog to Chekov’s weird-ass accent to Data’s dumb emotion chip and Captain Picard’s adorable scrapbook. Robin and Elijah might not be as hard on the movie as you’d expect but let’s face it, this movie isn’t that great so there’s plenty of nits picked and excessive swearing. There’s also an extended examination of the lady-klingon’s boob windows.

Directed David Carson, Written by Brannon Braga and Ron Moore

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New Year’s Evil (1980)

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker celebrate the arbitrary holiday of New Year’s by discussing the thrill-a-minute stabber, New Year’s Evil. We watch with baited breath as Pinky Tuscadero is menaced by some dude with a kazoo in his mouth. We gape in horror as Mike Tobacco goes apeshit on a pair of nylons. We yawn in amazement as Dick the Murderer does a number on some big titted dumb girls.

Join us on our journey into the inner working of this Golan-Globus masterpiece.

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Gremlins (1984)

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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.”

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Scrooged (1988)

Scrooged-1-1000Get ready to barf tears. Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker talk about the 80’s Christmas classic, Scrooged! it has a fairy punching a dude in the face. Yes.

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Bad Santa (2003)

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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.

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Bonus Episode

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker discuss some nerd stuff, like the new Star Wars teaser, Joss Whedon and the mpaa rating system. Yeah, it’s pretty exciting alright.

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Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (2014)

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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.

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Bonus Thanksgiving episode

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Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison discuss the wonderful American holiday, Thanksgiving
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Drive Angry (2011)

fuckinfichtnerElijah 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.

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