This week, the fellas hit the open road of post-apocalyptic Australia for a little bit of cops and gangs action in George Miller's 1979 film Mad Max. Also talked about are all the shit-ass movies Kyle had to see this week, Lincoln talks about good movies he saw for SAG purposes, and then about a play he saw.

Direct download: 173_-_Mad_Max_1979.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 7:47 AM
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This week, the fellows watch a surprisingly enjoyable, yet still thoroughly stupid, '90s action movie called Hard Rain in which Morgan Freeman tries to rob Christian Slater and Ed Asner of armored car money during a massive rainstorm/flood. Betty White also appears because why the hell not.

Also discussed are what famous person Kyle saw at the movies, the Oscar nominations, a game of "Let's Sing Songs with Rain in Them," and invent the new cop show Sidebar & Bullshit.

Direct download: 172_-_Hard_Rain_1998.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 4:10 PM
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This week, for restitution for having egregiously picked an Asylum movie last week, Kyle has subjected Lincoln to one of his favorite things: weird foreign movies! They have watched and will discuss the 2013 Belgian film The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears, which has been described as "a psychosexual fantasia" and "fucking weird" by various outlets. As Kyle is fond of sayng, it's like if David Lynch decided to make a Dario Argento film. So it's something else. They also talk about British spy movies and crap like that too.

Direct download: 171_-_The_Strange_Color_of_Your_Bodys_Tears_2013.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 9:30 AM
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This week, because Lincoln did no research, he has accidentally chosen an Asylum film for the first ep of 2015, entitled Asteroid vs Earth, a horribly stupid disaster movie starring no one and featuring nothing. He and Kyle also discuss the buncha movies and television programmes they watched between Christmas and now. There are many things. MANY THINGS.

Direct download: 170_-_Asteroid_vs_Earth_2014.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 4:38 PM
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Don't say we never did nothin for ya! To celebrate New Year's Eve even further, we're giving you an extra bit of content in the form of a throwback episode to our very first New Years episode, #17, New Year's Evil, a terrible stupid slasher movie set at the turn of the year. Enjoy how young we sound, how much we just tell you what happens in the movie, and how much we swear. Man, it's a lot.

Also, in the intro, Lincoln and Kyle make a big deal about the old theme song, "Funky Butt," but this episode in fact does not contain it. So that's pretty stupid.

Thanks for listening and Happy New Year's!

Direct download: EXTRA_-_17_-_New_Years_Evil_1980.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 9:30 AM
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Just because we're lazy, for this year's New Years episode, all we're doing is bantering for ten minutes and then doing a commentary of How I Met Your Mother Season 1, Episode 11 "The Limo," in which Ted rents a limousine for the gang on New Years Eve. It's a fun episode and everything. Please listen along!

 

And thanks for listening to us throughout 2014. As a little added bonus, on actual New Years Eve, we'll be giving you a throwback bonus episode from all the way back to our first New Years Eve as a podcast. Enjoy that!

Direct download: 169_-_How_I_Met_Your_Mother_Commentary.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 9:30 AM
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Happy Holidays, you all! In honor of it being the holidays, and in honor of Lincoln having just returned to the country after a super honeymoon, most of this episode is a catch-up but there will be a holiday tinge when they do a commentary of Community Season 2, Episode 11 "Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas," which has all the folks living inside Abed's claymation holiday special fantasy. That's what we call fun!

If you think this is fun/time-wasty, just wait until next week's New Years episode...

Direct download: 168_-_Community_S2E11_-_Abed_Uncontrolable_Christmas_Commentary.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 9:30 AM
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Believe it or not, Lincoln is STILL out of the country, so Kyle is again forced to have a guest. But at least it's a cool guest! His friend Josh Long, of the podcast More Than One Lesson, stops by to talk about all the low-budget horror movies he's worked on, as well as to dive headlong into the 1964 silly-bonkers Christmas movie, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. It's just as insane as it sounds.

Follow Josh on Twitter.

Listen to More Than One Lesson.

Direct download: 167_-_Santa_Claus_Conquers_the_Martians_1964_w_Josh_Long.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 9:30 AM
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With Lincoln of on his honeymoon with his so-called wife, Kyle has brought in fan favorite guest, Joey 'DeDang' Thomas, who chose a movie that neither of them had ever heard of, Heartburn from 1986. Get this, you guys - it was directed by Mike Nichols, written by Nora Ephron, and starring Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep. WHAT?!!? And Jeff Daniels and Kevin Spacey and Stockard Channing and Catherine O'Hara! How on Earth did they never hear about this? Umm, well Kyle thinks he has an answer.

Direct download: 166_-_Heartburn_1986_w_Joey.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 9:30 AM
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Because Mr. Lincoln is a fan of rushing the Christmas season, he has chosen for this week's barely-December film, Ernest Saves Christmas from 1988 starring Jim Varney as Ernest P. Worrell and a fisheye lens as his best friend Vern. Besides the movie itself, the boys are fascinated with the history of Ernest as an entity, going from local TV commercial celeb, to national commercial celeb, to Emmy-wiining childrens' TV host, to making a series of progressively stupid movies. Quite a weird career, there. Also discussed are plays friends are in, Lincoln's getting way into The West Wing, and Kyle's getting way into nothing.

Direct download: 165_-_Ernest_Saves_Christmas_1988.mp3
Category:Movies -- posted at: 9:30 AM
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