Nov 30, 2016
A Girl Walk Home Alone at Night, just barely in time to qualify as Halloween in November! So do the HLTATMOW while you listen to us talk about this Persish film written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour! Plus video games, anime, and it's sort of unclear what the next pick is! Cause of Dylan! But let's say it's Swiss Army Man! I'm pretty sure that's right! It's the HLTATMOW dance!
Nov 23, 2016
Trollhunter! Norwegians! Talking! You get it. This was recorded before the election, so any political commentary is entirely speculative. Halloween in November or whatever
Oct 28, 2016
Happy Halloween, everybody! Every... (dramatic pause) ...DEAD BODY!!! Evil laugh, lightning, thunder, creaky door sound. That's right, it's that time again. When we dust off the sound effects machine, realize it doesn't work anymore, and haul it off to the spooky mansion down the street to try to sell it to the spooky hoarder who lives there. While we were waiting for him to count and roll thousands of nickels, we went ahead and recorded an episode of the podcast. We pretty much talked about Event Horizon. Apologies if any spooky noises made it onto the recording.
Oct 20, 2016
Join us on an auditory journey along the Oregon Trail! Along the way, we'll talk about a movie we watched called Meek's Cutoff, have our clothes stolen, and try to mutiny Logan. Later on, we'll confuse movies with other movies and discuss a weird spattering of TV shows. So come along, pioneers!!! Opportunity awaits!!!!! Dylan has dysentery.
Oct 11, 2016
Deathgasm is a word that gets thrown around a lot these days. But what does it really mean? Join us this week as we struggle with the question, "Why isn't anyone starting the show?" Then we struggle with this foreign film that we watched. There's some D&D talk, and even some D&D&D&D talk. Stick around after the show for the debut of the gaming advice column, Aunty Gamer. All this, plus Dylan won't tell us what he's been watching.
Oct 4, 2016
Hear us talk about The Lobster, the Yorgos Lanthimos film! Hear one of us be really late for no reason and one of us sound like he was really mad at the movie! If you already guessed which two those two were correctly, then you've listened to too many episodes of this podcast and you have to stop now! This is an ABC conversation! So D your way out!
Sep 27, 2016
The 1979 film Real Life is about how reality shows are stupid! And Albert Brooks' directorial debut inspired us to give you a little glimpse behind the scenes of our own podcast! So tune in to find out what happens when three podcasters start being polite and stop getting real!! Er, wait, I meant the other way. Wait, that way doesn't make sense either. Are podcasters really known for their politeness? Whatever, I don't care. screw this dumb episode description
Sep 14, 2016
Big Trouble in Little China! John Carpenter directed it and we talked about it! So allow us to regale you with tales of the adventures of Jack Burton, the first podcaster, and an orange ape monster! I hope I used that comma correctly so it doesn't seem like I'm calling Kurt Russell an orange ape monster! Matt does a game or something and Dylan still can't stop talking about Abduction! It's all the in the reflexes!!!
Sep 6, 2016
We talked about Odd Thomas as a sort of elegy for Anton Yelchin. Logan tries to steer us away from getting too sad, which is weird since he picked this movie, presumably in an attempt to make us very sad. This episode is being posted in the wake of Hurricane Hermine, so you know at least one of us survived, but since it was recorded a while back, you'll have to keep listening for another month or so to find out which one(s)! Kevin praises this as one of Yelchin's finest performances, Dylan apparently just discovered cold brew coffee, and Matt says something really smart and funny at the beginning of the show, but everybody else pretends it's not that great because they're jealous. Goodbye, Anton Yelchin. We all liked you.
Aug 27, 2016
He finally did it. Dylan made us watch Abduction. And edited his first episode. One of those things turned out okay. Matt allegedly obtained the original screenplay that ignited a bidding war so he could talk about what the studio changed and also debunk the myth that the screenplay was good. Kevin thinks this is a parody movie, Dylan tells you when Taylor Lautner takes his shirt off, and has a great idea for those who wants to cause our country harm. TL;DR Logan sums up the movie in the first five seconds.
Jul 12, 2016
We talked about Christopher Nolan's first film, Following! It was the same length as this episode. But we also talked about all his other movies, too, sort of. And other stuff. 10 Cloverfield Lane, I think was one. All this plus it's a mystery episode or something! Can you figure what's going on??? I think it's some kind of mystery!!
Jul 5, 2016
WARNING: By listening to this episode, you may find yourself moved to sign nuclear disarmament treaties, and you'll definitely find out the name of Tony the Tiger's wife. Actually, we tell you that last part right away, so if that's all you want, you could just listen to the beginning and then shut it off. But don't! Listen more! Unless you don't care whether or not the world is destroyed. If that's really how you feel, then fine. Don't listen. Maybe we don't even want you to listen, then. In that case. Unbelievable.
Jun 15, 2016
More 50th episode spectacular! This episode is us talking over an old episode! So it's like consuming two episodes at once! Now you're REALLY being productive!!!
Jun 7, 2016
It's the 50th episode! So we take it back to our Jeremy Saulnier-y roots and talk about Green Room. Logan and Matt may or may not be wearing nice suits. I can't tell. Dylan pops in later to weigh in on the film and trick us into talking about X-Men. Then we have one of the least substantive discussions of video games ever! All this, plus Kevin brought some nice relaxing crickets and a bunch of special robot sounds to commemorate all the weird noises that we've had on the podcast. Obviously, that was a cool choice, not an idiot ruining an episode with bad sound. NPFO!
May 24, 2016
How is Entertainment, the Neil Hamburger movie by Rick Alverson different than Courtney Love? We talked about it. Also Michael Cera was in it briefly. Dylan tells us about the Target Pervert which may or may not be him, we talk about what we've seen lately, and briefly discuss a beloved director who sucks. Also I think we started talking about The Wizard for some reason. We announce what we're talking about for the 50th episode, then cover politics, celebrity deaths, okcupid, airbags, sex education in public schools, and all the hard-hitting news we can deliver in the laziest way possible.