Take us out to the black, dear Serenity, and flash that shiny golden booty at our first foray off the silver screen and onto the tube, with the late great space western Firefly!
I AM THE TERROR THAT FLAPS — wait that’s a different story. This time we’re doing the Batman movie most voted on by our listeners: Mask of the Phantasm!
Copious amounts of human and alien death await in the 1997 cult classic, Starship Troopers!
Yippie ki-yay, monkey fighters! We’re back to talk about Dusty’s favorite so-called “Christmas movie” DIE HARD. Continue reading Episode 0033 – Die Hard (1988)
For our third launch-day Patreon-exclusive release, we present to you a rather destructive rant about this godawful piece of crap. Continue reading Patreon Bonus 0003 – Under Siege (1992)
For our second piece of launch-day Patron-exclusive bonus content, we’re bringing back one of our “lost” episodes, The Cabin in the Woods! Continue reading Patreon Bonus 0002 – The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
This is our first-ever Patron-Exclusive bonus episode! We’re trying something totally new with this, presenting a sort of “alternate first half” to our Conan the Barbarian episode. This bonus episode replaces that episode’s segment with a look at Red Sonja (1985), a less-well-received movie in the same Sword-and-Sorcery vein that was big in that era. Poppy and Alex stick with us as special guests.
Please let us know what you think! This is our first attempt at such a thing, so we’d love to know if you like what you hear, and if you have suggestions for future episodes (and improvements). And thanks again for helping to fund our hobby!
- Running Time: 52:04
- Hosts: Dusty Eppers, Nathanael Cole
- Guests: Poppy Beaujolais, Alex Perez
- Intro Music: Syd Valentine’s Patent Leather Kids – “Rock And Gravel”
- Announcer: Isaac Sher
- Produced and Edited By: Nathanael Cole
- Six-Piece Chicken McNothing: Summer Glau
East bound and down, loaded up and truckin’, We’re gonna do what they say can’t be done. We’ve got a long way to go and a short time to get there. I’m east bound, just watch ol’ “Bandit” run.
This week we’re jamming on one of the greatest western epics of all time: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly!
Alright alright alright alright alright! Best thing about Dazed and Confused is, I get older, and it keeps driving home that nostalgic charm every time. It’d be a lot cooler if you gave this episode a listen, alright? But you can’t keep the bowling ball, sorry.