Episode 64 - Excessive Use of the “N” Word

January 22nd, 2020

To clarify, and keep us out of podcast trouble, we don't actually say the "N" word on this episode, but we DID watch a movie that used it a lot. In fact, most of the dialogue was completely unintelligible besides that one word. Turns out, Men of Honor is a Navy movie and not about slum lords at all like Jen predicted. We also watched Indiana Jones and something to do with a Crystal Skull, but we spend much more time telling you about some other movies we watched this week from outside of our collection that were actually good.

Episode 63 - We’re Rollin’ Back the Sexualities All Over the Place

January 15th, 2020

This episode was supposed to be part of the last episode but we did some miscalculations. Anyway, the random number generator gave us "Riding in Cars With Boys" and our friend Bobby agreed to watch it as well, so he joined us for this episode. And what a ride it was! This movie has so much to talk about, but yet it's so hard to talk about. This might be a good one to watch before you listen to the episode, if you haven't seen it already.

Episode 62 - Dead Prairies

January 12th, 2020

This week we welcome a special guest, Devon from Dead Prairies Productions! Dead Prairies is a Saskatchewan based group that produces low budget horror movies and donates profits to their local SPCA, so naturally we were drawn to them. Devon tells us some great stories, and we also discuss dogs and B-list horror movies, before we review 1997's Jack Frost. 

Episode 61 - An Indeterminable Amount of Days Later

January 5th, 2020

We discovered a complete zombie trilogy amidst our collection of 3120 DVDs: 28 Days, 28 Days Later, and 28 Weeks Later. So naturally, we decided to review them all in one episode. You all knew that the Sandra Bullock one was a zombie movie, right? Right. We also quickly review the slew of Christmas horror movies that we watched over the holidays, and Jen has completely forgotten most of them, while somehow remembering a movie that she definitely has not seen.

Episode 60 - We Declare Podcast War!

December 21st, 2019

We have started ripping off another Saskatchewan-based podcast, The Terror Table, for the way they discuss their/our sponsor. We also dive into listener stories about their worst movie experiences, and tell some stories of our own. Then we briefly discuss the good movies we watched this week before we reluctantly share our review of Fred Claus.

Episode 59 - Why

December 12th, 2019

This episode is late because we watched a movie so incredibly terrible that we just couldn't bring ourselves to dedicate an entire episode to it. So we took some extra time to watch a much better movie, Honeymoon, and we talk about that and some music to get our spirits up. Then we come crashing back down when we can no longer delay our review of The Answerman. If you saw this movie and liked it, please tell us why, because we have absolutely no idea who this is for.

Episode 58 - We Repeatedly Make Victims of Our Listeners

December 8th, 2019

This week we were struck by the realization that our collection of DVDs would be insanely expensive to buy new, and we also didn't have to watch anything truly insufferable. We review Wedding Crashers and Knocked Up, plus we also talk about horror movies Ready or Not, and the original Black Christmas.

Episode 57 - We Take a Strong Anti-Canola Stance

December 2nd, 2019

We just survived the Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival and we wanna talk about it! 20 movies over six days - and none of them sucked as hard as the ones from our DVD collection. Some were funny, some were tense, and some were exactly our level of weird.

Episode 58/59 Trailer

November 28th, 2019

Here's your sneak preview at the movies we'll be reviewing next. If you're the kind of person who likes to watch them and share in our misery ahead of time, now's your chance!

Episode 56 - Shock the Monkey

November 17th, 2019

We seem to be on a roll for watching particularly terrible movies, so we thought we'd do a palate cleanser and watch something outside of our collection that we've heard good things about. To our surprise, we hated that too, so this episode brings you three jaded, scathing movie reviews. We discuss My Fake Fiance, Garden State, and Shazam. 

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