Well here we are, an entire week of pre-amble to the new Broken Lizard film, whilst Andrew tries to recall the houses of Hogwarts and Johnny discusses what he wants to watch on Netflix (Definitely recorded before the Me Too movement!)
We enter the seafood restaurant of nightmares and discuss potentials of a sitcom spin-off for the film, Michael Clarke Duncan’s comedy genius and pitch a kids film entitled ‘PIGEON WITCH’ starring Helen Mirren, Ben Whishaw and Maggie Smith. Money in the bank!
We’re deep into Wes Anderson month now, with Andrew’s favourite Brian Cox-starring Anderson film, an introduction to Bill Murray Smoking and Andrew and Johnny break out a female-led remake of Rushmore.
Continuing the week of Broken Lizard movies, Andrew takes Johnny on a pub crawl, and Johnny stoically opposes Beer as a flavour, a liquid and a social lubricant, because he is a social lubric-unt.
Super Troopers 2 is out in the UK on June 15th, so in the build-up Andrew is showing Johnny most of Broken Lizard’s films, starting with the Bill Paxton horror-comedy, which is a film that exists.
Wes Anderson Month begins with the realisation that not a single Wilson Brother will bother showing up to host. Wow. We also unleash a new competition, talk composition and prepare for the journey that falls before them.
Nicholas Cage’s parallel universe cousin returns to the show to cough up a discussion about The Coen Brothers’ work, whilst Andrew uses his Apple TV to do an increasingly bad series of jokes. Who will die?
Tim Burton’s 1996 sci-fi throwback is watched, Jack Nicholson impressions abound, whilst the duo discuss Frank Welker’s imdb page and call out to Alec Baldwin and Emma Roberts to come on the podcast.
Hero Of The World Kevin Bacon has a degree in separating sandworms from their lives with the creature feature ‘Spoof’ (If Sky is to be believed) Tremors. Johnny gets down and dirty in the sand.
Andrew returns to the novelty improv format with Nimisha-Darren Mirchly to make a Western Musical… in SPACE!
Werner Herzog tags in for Andrew as we sit through his documentary on cave painting and discuss other topics for Herzog to make films about.
We end video game month with a film even Dwayne Johnson hates, so naturally we all pretend to enjoy it for a second before admitting this whole month has been just the worst. Welcome to hell.
Eric Roberts makes barely clothed women fight in a film based on the boob physics game. We call out to the sole fan of this film, who loves it more than life itself, to get in touch, tell us your story. PLEASE!
Test your might. The studio becomes infected with a severe case of Lambert’s Disease, Andrew stays away with an immune deficiency whilst Johnny learns all about Outworld and the various realms from The One And Only Christopher Lambert
JCVD v Raul Julia kicks off Video Game Movie Month in style. Not a great style, but a style nonetheless, and Andrew tries to impart some knowledge about the game series to complete newcomer Johnny, is it a KO or will Johnny strike back with a well-timed Hadouken?
Alright ya ol’ muckers? To celebrate the ‘igh ‘oliday of Eastah we got ourselves a li’l bi’ of a Cockney legend to talk all abowt fings and stuff from the ol’ days of LAHNDAHN, and ‘e swears up the apples and pears like it’s nobody’s ruddy business. ‘Ave a butchers, lad.
From the bowels of Sam Neill DVD misfortune to an underrated 90s comedy gem, the feminist empowerment movement is supported by the AYMM boys, mainly by watching beauty pageant satire.