Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison discuss the wonderful American holiday, Thanksgiving
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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
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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.
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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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.