On this episode of Animation Damnation, Steve & Andrew chat about a ridiculous Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles rip-off, Road Rovers! So were they dogs first or people first? Why would world leaders donate their pets for this experiment? And why introduce werewolves in just the third episode? PLUS: Bill Clinton tries to solve Kosovo with super dogs!
On this very special WHM On-Screen, we make contact with the alternate dimension to track down Chris Cabin, bringing the gang back together to chat about the Oscars! Why did everyone love Brooklyn so much? Does anyone actually care about The Danish Girl? And let's just give one to Leo and get it over with! PLUS: How many Oscar votes does Rudy Giuliani get? ALSO: Everyone see Chi-Raq and Creed!
On this episode of WHM On-Screen, Andrew and Steve sit down to chat about the mega-success that is Deadpool. Throughout the talk, the two give their complaints & grievances with the film, and also mention what they really liked about it. Not shockingly, Steve is knowledgeable and informed about the character and where he comes from, while Andrew is ignorant and doing his best to keep up. PLUS: Lots and lots and lots of X-Men talk. So much so that they watched an X-Men movie right after recording.
Deadpool stars Ryan Reynolds, Ed Skrein, Brianna Hildebrand, T.J. Miller, Morena Baccarin, Gina Carano, Leslie Uggams, and Stefan Kapicic as the voice of the poorly used Colossus; directed by Tim Miller.
Record live at the D.C. Improv in Washington, D.C. - December 12th, 2015
On this week's episode, the guys are ragging on the ridiculous terrorism thriller, Olympus Has Fallen! Was anyone fooled by Dylan McDermott's traitor character? Will Morgan Freeman ever get that presidential sandwich? And can everyone just stop saying the name Mike? PLUS: American Mike is the most American Secret Service agent ever hired. Ever. Promise.
Olympus Has Fallen stars Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Aaron Eckhart, Rick Yune, Melissa Leo, Radha Mitchell, Angela Bassett, and Ashley Judd for about six minutes; directed by Antoine Fuqua.
On this month's Mail Bag, the guys read stories about romantically sweet Harry Potter dates, aggressive judgements about Larry the Cable Guy fans, and one disastrous screening of an Oscar-winning film that also botched a potential orgy. PLUS: Steve's regret over developing another classic WHM line.
This week on the show, the guys try to make heads or tails of the 2000 serial killer flop, The Watcher! What's with Keanu's dancing at the beginning? Is Spader believable as this broken F.B.I. agent? And why don't they just kiss already? PLUS: Keanu's house guest, Bryan, tricks him into all sorts of roles he doesn't want.
The Watcher stars James Spader, Keanu Reeves, Marisa Tomei, Chris Ellis, and Ernie Hudson (barely!); directed by Joe Charbanic.
On this week's episode, the gang takes on the Valentine's 2003 superhero movie, Daredevil! Could Affleck be any stiffer as the titular Devil from Hell's Kitchen? What's with all the Nü Metal on this soundtrack? And could they make a great character like Elektra any more lame? PLUS: Joey Pants wants to remind you that he's from Hoboken.
Daredevil stars Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Colin Farrell, Jon Favreau, Joe Pantoliano, Leland Orser, Erick Avari, and the late, forever great, Michael Clarke Duncan; directed by Mark Steven Johnson.
On this week's episode, the gang gets back to their roots by railing on a good, old fashioned, "White Guy Karate" movie: it's American Shaolin: King of the Kickboxers II! Is this the most obnoxious, American pig in all of white guy martial arts? How do we only see the villain for four minutes? And what's with that knock-off NFL merchandise? PLUS: George H. W. Bush and the plot line that made him give up on Melrose Place.
American Shaolin: King of the Kickboxers II stars Reese Madigan, Trent Bushey, Daniel Dae Kim, and Kim Chan; directed by Lucas Lowe.