In this week's episode, the gang goes to the grocery store with the dangerously stupid, Foodfight! How is this a movie? What are the filmmakers trying to say about consumerism and buying "store brand" items? And who insisted this film needed to be sexy? Plus: Sims voices. Lots of Sims voices.
Foodfight stars Charlie Sheen, Hilary Duff, Eva Longoria, Christopher Lloyd and Wayne Brady; directed by Lawrence Kasanoff.
In this week's episode, the gang kicks off another Listener Request Month with the completely wrong-headed, embarrassing sequel, The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day! How on Earth did this sequel get released? How do Judd Nelson and Peter Fonda pull off being Italians? Or do they? And just what was Troy Duffy thinking writing that manly monologue? Plus: we debut our brand-new theme song by our friends in Hurrah! a Bolt of Light!
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day stars Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus, Billy Connolly, Clifton Collins Jr., Julie Benz and Peter Fonda; directed by Troy Duffy.
In this week's episode, the gang goes back to outer space with the ridiculous sci-fi, nature mockumentary, The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human! How does this alien narrator not know what a movie is if he's making one? Was David Hyde Pierce brought in as a patch-job? And how does one so gleefully rip off Woody Allen? Plus: a solid helping of Star Wars jokes mainly about those dern, Tusken Raider, sand people!
The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human stars David Hyde Pierce, Mackenzie Astin and Carmen Electra; directed by Jeff Abugov.
In this week's episode, the gang heads down south to bust some skulls with the great Joe Don Baker in the car-chasin', beer-swillin', wood-swingin' schlub-fest, Walking Tall! Why can't we get the Walking Tall prequel where we see Joe Don as a professional wrestler? Would you run for Sheriff if your town turned to garbage? And would Joe Don Baker have made a good addition to the cast of Judge Dredd? Plus: Eric ponders a Billy Jack marathon.
Walking Tall stars Joe Don Baker, Bruce Glover, Elizabeth Hartman and Felton Perry; directed by Phil Karlson.
In this week's episode, the gang puts on their VR helmets and dives head-first into the 1995 cyber thriller, Virtuosity! Why doesn't William Forsythe put actual cops on the case instead of Denzel Washington? Why does Russell Crowe insist on making off with that suit? And aside from the extreme VR, how on Earth is this set in the future? Plus, the guys weigh in on one of the biggest fashion flubs: the tucked in t-shirt!
Virtuosity stars Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe, Kelly Lynch, William Forsythe, Louise Fletcher and William Fichtner; directed by Brett Leonard.