In this week's episode, the gang heads back to snowy Maine with Thomas Jane and Jason Lee in the fart filled, Stephen King adaptation, Dreamcatcher! Really, what is with all the farting? Was Stephen King just recycling all his old ideas to make one super-sized Stephen King novel? And why does the military have to get involved? Plus: Wilford Brimley accidentally votes Carter in '76.
Dreamcatcher stars Thomas Jane, Jason Lee, Damian Lewis, Timothy Olyphant, Morgan Freeman, Donnie Wahlberg and the Unemployable Tom Sizemore; directed by Lawrence Kasdan.
In this week's episode, the gang travels to Montreal - or do they stay in New York? - to ride alongside Gary Busey in the geographically confused art thriller, Canvas! Have there ever been two less convincing actors playing New York Italians? How are the cops not on to Gary Busey this whole time? And does this film take place in Montreal or New York? PLUS: This movie's bullshit, Indy!
Canvas stars Gary Busey, John Rhys-Davies, Vittorio Rossi, Nick Caviola and Jonathan Palis; directed by Alain Zaloum.
In this week's episode, the gang takes a creepy trip south to point and stare at Michael Caine in the incredibly disturbing Blame It On Rio! Why is there a parrot in almost every shot? Has Michael Caine ever been seedier? And why doesn't Demi Moore step in and stop this madness? Plus: Is there anything you can't blame on Rio?
Blame It On Rio stars Michael Caine, Michelle Johnson, Joseph Bologna, Demi Moore and Valerie Harper; directed by Hollywood legend, Stanley Donen.
In this week's episode, the gang gets ready to break up some nostalgia with the insanely terrifying, family in peril thriller, Mrs. Doubtfire! Why does this movie need to tack on the anti-smoking message? How does Robin Williams not see that divorce a mile away? And why does he make Harvey Fierstein design all those other disguises if he knows he's going as Mrs. Doubtfire? Plus: We open Alcatraz back up for one very special execution.
Mrs. Doubtfire stars Robin Williams, Sally Field, Pierce Brosnan, Harvey Fierstein, and Robert Prosky; directed by Chris Columbus.
In this week's episode, the gang heads down to the Big Easy with JCVD and Wilford Brimley in the 1993 action pseudo-classic, Hard Target! What is going on with all these accents? Is Lance Henriksen the Devil? And can everyone agree to stop saying "Daddy"? Plus: Wilford insists on doing all of his own stunts.
Hard Target stars Jean-Claude Van Damme, Lance Henriksen, Yancy Butler, Arnold Vosloo and Wilford Brimley; directed by John Woo.
In this week's episode, the gang hits the stage at the People's Improv Theater to rag on one of the 1980's hunkiest flubs, Masters of the Universe! Why does it feel like we're starting with a sequel to a different He-Man movie? Who OK'd that Skeletor makeup? And why is there so little He-Man in this movie? Plus: He-Man, arch nemesis of Richard Nixon.
Masters of the Universe stars Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Meg Foster, Billy Barty and Courteney Cox; directed by Gary Goddard.
In this week's episode, the gang kicks off another Listener Request Month with 1985's amazing, karate-feuled, revenge film, Pray for Death! Why would you leave behind a lucrative promotion to open a terrible restaurant in another country? What's with Limehouse's love of costumed shenanigans? And where did that chainsaw come from? Plus: Saito's revenge rampage runs awfully close to Batman's origin. Coincidence?
Pray for Death stars Sho Kosugi, James Booth, Donna Kei Benz and Michael Constantine; directed by Gordon Hessler.
In this week's episode, the gang caps off their Worst of 2013 month with a trip to Mother Russia in the laziest chapter in the Book of McClane yet, A Good Day to Die Hard! How is John McClane Sr. a terminator in this movie? How do you do a Die Hard movie without a memorable villain? And how does McClane not know how the CIA works? Plus: Meet John's older, more successful, Louisiana born brother, Sass McClane!
A Good Day to Die Hard stars Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Sebastian Koch and Yuliya Snigir; directed by John Moore.
In this week's episode, the gang welcomes Blame it on Outer Space's Ben Worcester to the show as they dissect the incredibly boring Ethan Hawke thriller, Getaway! Why did they think so much hyper editing was a good thing? Who thought Selena Gomez was a believable street tough? And why would you only show Jon Voight's lips? Plus: Breakin' Necks with Gerard Butler!
Getaway stars Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez and Jon Voight; directed by Courtney Solomon.
In this week's episode, the gang has their jaws on the floor with the incredibly wrongheaded, totally embarrassing, Easy Rider: The Ride Back. Where does that 9/11 reference come from? How many flashback threads can you squeeze into one film? And most importantly - WHO THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA? Plus: Dennis Hopper and John Candy as vengeful poltergeists out for cinematic revenge!
Easy Rider: The Ride Back stars Jeff Fahey, Sheree J. Wilson, Newell Alexander and Phil Pitzer; directed by Dustin Rikert.