This week, our hosts Jason and Hutch watch some movies they don’t really understand, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989) and Primer (2004), and eventually figure out how to time travel.
This week we have a special guest host as friend of the podcast Nasty Nate joins the show to share his Generation X wisdom on coming of age tales American Graffiti (1973) and Dazed and Confused (1993).
Our intrepid heroes are losing their minds during the quarantine and decided to watch two movies starring puppets. Team America: World Police (2004) and The Happytime Murders (2018).
Jason and Hutch take inspiration from Jason’s installation of “Ode to a Worker in a Capitalistic Society” and stick it to the man with two subversive films from 1999, Office Space and Fight Club.
Alternatively, this episode could easily be called the Cage-ass Chainsaw Massacre, as the chosen ones, Jason and Hutch, watch two bat-shit crazy Nicolas Cage films: Drive Angry (2011) and Mandy (2018).
Jason and Hutch, our chosen heroes, watch the two directorial debut films: Rian Johnson’s Brick (2005) and Jordan Blady’s Softness of Bodies (2018).
This episode Hutch and Jason watch The Shining (1980) and The Thing (1982) to examine a pair of movies where the setting acts as another character in the film. Also, the coronavirus takes its toll on the show by knocking a would be guest host out of the picture.
This week the guys decide to kick back and watch some animated films that are set in the Land of the Rising Sun. Starting with anime classic Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989) and then on to stop motion with Isle of Dogs (2018).
Jason and Hutch take the red pill and dive into a fan theory: whether or not The Matrix (1999) and John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) are sequels.
Hutch and Jason discuss whether or not Die Hard (1988) and The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) are Christmas movies.
Jason and Hutch visit the animal shelter and look at a couple of stray documentaries from 2018, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and Inland Sea. Cats abound, as do tears (all from Hutch) from discussing the life of our neighbor(s).
Jason and Hutch don their rubber gloves and prepare to examine Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope (1948) and Alejandro Iñárritu’s Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014). This could get messy.
Jason and Hutch watch some technical films with less dialogue, There Will Be Blood (2007) and The Shape of Water (2017).
Jason and Hutch get spooky in this episode, watching the Halloween classic films, Rosemary’s Baby (1968) and the original Halloween (1978).
Our heroes, Jason and Hutch enter the room: there’s a trap! Two movies from funny men, Adam Sandler and Will Ferrell are skulking in the shadows. Will our heroes perish, at the hands of Punch Drunk Love (2002) and/or Stranger Than Fiction (2006)? Tune in, and find out.
Jason and Hutch crack open the modern remake of Jane Austen’s “Emma”, Clueless (1995) and the film Legally Blonde (2001), in search of a deeper meaning.
Jason and Hutch, along with Friend of the Podcast, David, dowse out whether or not Joe Versus the Volcano (1990) is the best movie ever, better even than The Godfather (1972).
In the final installment of Remake Month, 2019, les garçons Jason and Hutch marathon Seven Samurai (1954), The Magnificent Seven (1960), and The Magnificent Seven (2016). ALL HAIL REMAKE MONTH.
ALL HAIL REMAKE MONTH. All hail. Continuing with remakes, Jason and Hutch critique Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters (2016). *Reggaeton Horn*
ALL HAIL REMAKE MONTH. All hail. First up on 2019’s remake month docket: Ocean’s 11 (1960) and Ocean’s Eleven (2001).
This week Hutch and Jason watch Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers (1988) and Shock Treatment (1981), the lesser known sequels to the cult hits Sleepaway Camp (1983) and The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975).
Jason and Hutch delve into “modernized” remakes of older tales in the films “Noah” (2014) and “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?” (2000)
Jason and Hutch examine the influence The Hidden Fortress (1958) had on Star Wars (later titled Episode IV: A New Hope) (1977).
Jason and Hutch discuss the use of perspective shift in the films Rashomon (1950) and Bad Times at the El Royale (2018).
Jason and Hutch discuss manipulation from the movies 10 Things I Hate About You(1999) and Dogville (2003).
Jason and Hutch travel through time and space on a modified car to discover the roles women play in Passengers (2016) and Mad Max: Fury Road (2015).
Jason and Hutch further obfuscate the films Eraserhead(1977) and Barton Fink(1991). Join them on a trip to another dimension!
Jason and Hutch pontificate over thematic similarities between Bird Box (2018) and A Quiet Place (2018).
Jason and Hutch partake in viewing two of 2004’s “freshest” worst movies, Spider-man 2 and Sideways.
Jason and Hutch trailblaze a path through the jungle that leads them to the conclusion : Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) and Contraband (2012) are the same movie.
Jason and Hutch explore the feasibility of whether or not Snowpiercer (2013) is a sequel to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971).
Hutch and Jason delve into whether The Big Lebowski (1998) and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) are the same movie, on different drugs.
Two movies per episode. Dissection, discussion, civil discourse, uncivil discourse, and trash talk COMING SOON.