Lee tackles Wicker Park. Boy, we're getting loose. This episode covers a lot of ground and almost none of it is related to either movie. Probably for the best, honestly.
Seth tackles Sweet Liberty. What do vanity projects and the glass ceiling have in common? That's right, everybody hates them! Tune in this week, while we shatter both.
Zak tackles Hot Dog...The Movie. BOY, what a stupid, stupid title. AN ELLIPSIS. Well, the real movie is a hell of a surprise, and the fake movie is, IDK, at least deals with cased meats a little bit? Also, if you think this is a stupid title, stay tuned for 3 weeks from now... it only gets worse.
Lee tackles Shallow Grave. This week, everybody's digging graves and looking for money. Like, literally, everybody... that's what we're doing this week. Tune in, if you like Trainspotting!
Seth tackles Identity. Sometimes people aren't quite what they seem... the movies this week take that statement in fairly different directions, both great in their own ways. Tune in for some body horror this week!
Zak tackles Fallen. Sometimes when people touch people, weird ghost visages appear... and then sometimes stories get told in an irritatingly backwards fashion. Those have nothing to do with one another, but they DO describe our two stories this week! Tune in for all that business.
Lee tackles... Children...? Very very very special episode this week... big surprise in the middle... we welcome back an old friend of the show and Lee finds out, much like you, the real title of this movie. Time travel, big swords, The Beef, etc. Do really tune in, it's a wild ride.
Seth tackles Royal Deceit. What an absolute trash title, yet again. It's almost like we've run out of real movies and are now just doing the bottom-of-the-barrel goofers. Well, stuff happens and all that... get into it.
Zak tackles Peter's Friends. What a title... who is Peter? And do we care about his friends? Turns out, we probably do. Tune in this week for some happy friends and some less happy friends (and crimes!)