This week the guys prove that two heads may not be better than one, but THREE heads are better than two by watching The Thing With Two Heads. Mike and Danny are joined by very special guest host Paul - the guy responsible for picking this film. This is not one that you'll likely be able to find so don't bother searching on Netflix or Amazon. Just hit up this episode to hear what the expanded crew thought about this insane film.
What does it take to get a gig writing and directing a $200 million motion picture? Apparently, this. This week the guys discuss the 2006 horror-comedy Slither, written and directed by James Gunn the force behind Marvel Studios' latest hopeful-blockbuster The Guardians of the Galaxy. With only one other full-length feature on his resume, Gunn earned the right to write and direct the huge franchise flick (and its recently announced sequel in 2017). Check out what the guys thought of this directorial debut and leave your thoughts behind in the comment section.
The guys share their love for Spike Jonze while discussing the 2013 Academy Award winning film Her. Warning: You may fall in love with your podcast while listening to this episode. You have been warned.
This week the guys discuss 2013's Spring Breakers starring James Franco, Selena Gomez, and Vanessa Hudgens. Come for the crazed, scantily-clad, insane party sequences and stay for the gonzo, crazed, insane James Franco performance. Also, hear about Mike's spring break trip to his business organization's annual conference! Bonus!!
This week the guys discuss Brazil, Terry Gilliam's bizzaro comedy masterpiece. The movie came out almost 30 years ago, has a great cast filled with character actors (including Bob Hoskins and Robert De Niro), and is just nuts. If you have not seen this epic work, listen to the podcast and find out why you really need to see this one before you die.
Which could be today.
I'm just saying.....
This week the guys discuss the 2011 indie film Bernie starring Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, and Matthew McConaughey. This dark comedy is based upon true events and features members of the community in which Bernie lived. This is also one of the films credited as the beginning of Matthew's "McConaissance" which culminated in him winning the Academy Award for Best Actor in 2013. Check out what the guys thought of the movie and be sure to leave your two cents in the comments section.
This week the guys discuss Safety Not Guaranteed, possibly the best movie ever written about a classified ad. Check out the podcast to hear what they thought of the movie and leave your comments and questions below.