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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Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison discuss the wonderful American holiday, Thanksgiving
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.
Holy Hell. Pull up a wicker stool and have a listen as Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison discuss this weird turd, God’s Not Dead. This is part one of two, which may make you think we have a lot to say about this movie.
I’m beginning to think this episode may make a few people mad, what with our blatant disregard for anyone’s feelings and casually talking about 9-11-ing people. We’ll just chalk it up to the numerous things we say every episode, for which we’ll be reprimanded in hell.
Keep the faith
I occasionally make short films and play around with whatever toys are available to me. I’m no Orson Welles but I like to keep myself occupied. Recently I had the brilliant idea to enlist willing parties into my attempt to stave off boredom. I figure I have this network of people I’m connected with socially, a social network, if you will. I put the call out on Facebox and Twizzler and I received some cool entries. As I write this I’ve only had a dozen or so entries though and I need a lot more in order to fill the time I want to fill. It takes a lot of footage just to edit into a short thing to throw up on scrootoob. I figure most of us are carrying around cameras all day. It probably won’t be too much of a hassle to shoot something and send it to me, right? Sorry if that’s presumptuous but who knows, maybe it’ll be fun.
This is just for fun. Just an experiment, like every other damned thing I do. I have no idea what the finished product will look like and that’s why I’m excited about it. I imagine it’ll just be a short experimental mishmash but we’ll see, I guess.
Here are the rules
1. The video has to be shot by you or you have to appear in it. You have to own the rights, dig?
B. You have to be cool with whatever I decide to do with it.
That’s it. I mean, I might have some problems with certain file formats or something but I can’t imagine what those problems might be so whatever, do your worst. If I can’t figure out how to convert a file, I won’t use the god damned thing. Easy peezy.
send whatever video you have to Elijahbrubaker@gmail.com
around 30 seconds is great. it keeps the file size low but allows me enough room to edit. I imagine most of the people submitting to this will be people I know but just in case, make sure to include your name if you want to be included in the credits.
Thanks everyone. You’re the greatest people in the world and I love you.
Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison begin discussing some technical difficulties and follow that thread to it’s logical conclusion. I don’t want to give anything away but there’s a jag about Cormac McCarthy and Toni Morrison and why Night Of the Creeps isn’t that good.
Here’s a not-that-short film I made about nature or something. I’m motherfuckin Robert Frost over here.
When I was a kid, this was one of those movies that everyone had seen. I dunno though, you younger types might have missed this one, flown under your radar or something. You should watch it, it’s pretty good.
A bonus episode where Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison get into some heavy topics like shitting in caves and some listener questions.
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It’s not in 3d as it was originally intended but I had a chance to see this in 3d, in a theater, and you’re not really missing much. This is a Charles Band retardo movie about Demi Moore and a dude with a monster in his guts. It’s set in the future or something and it’s got Cherie Currie in it.
Another classic from Mark Lester (Roller Boogie)
CAN YOU DIG IT?
This is the re-edited 2005 home video version with the dumb intro… It’s still a great movie, just a heads up.
This is probably my second favorite movie where someone gets killed with a corn cob.
Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker discuss the modern classic Frankenstein’s Army. The fellas also discuss torture dungeons, Casey Kasem, H. R. Giger, suicide, Courtney Love, Nick Broomfield, Divorce Court, presidential underpants and the movies Hitchcock (2012) and Room 237 (2012) also, some other junk.
Be aware that you can watch this in HD.
Schedules have been weird this week so we’re throwing up a quick bonus episode where Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker talk about dayjobs, video games and space opera. There are also a few things that might help set up some jokes in Thursdays episode when we’ll be discussing a recent movie (recent = less than 10 years old)
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Linda Blair in a roller disco movie.
Any fan of the X-Files knows this episode. It’s the “Rashoman” episode with Charles Nelson Reilly as the titular Jose Chung. How could we not choose this episode? Elijah “The Great Mutato” Brubaker and Robin “Marita Covarrubias” Morrison do their damnedest to shepherd you through the mad world of alien abduction and subjective reality by way of the men in black and lord Kimbote.
This is a TV movie from my childhood so you may not think it’s as awesome as I do.
If you haven’t watched this movie, I don’t know what’s wrong with you
We need bigger fucking guns
Hey… want to hear Elijah defend bestiality?