Tremors concludes (?) the series with their most Jurassic Park-y adventure yet. Napoleon Dynamite joins Burt and Phelan joins me as we see how this movie panned out.
The Swan Princess went to some weird places, like Rothbart’s ghost trying to destroy Christmas and random lightsaber battles? And if you couldn’t get enough, I filmed a lot of stuff that just didn’t fit into the main review. You might find some of it funny.
Phelan and I jump into the Neil Breen Cinematic Universe once again. This time he plays a pair of twin cyborg aliens that fight corruption and there’s some sort of evil artist, maybe, with a fairy, sort of, and a double agent? There’s a beard, we know that for sure.
Everyone’s favorite series is back! This time, Phelan and I are on a fruitless quest to find the least useless MK&A feature in the bunch.
Jaymes Mansfield joins me once again to educate me on To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, where it lies in drag history, and how much it ripped off Priscilla Queen of the Desert. We are also silly.
In 1985, the Hoff took on a time travelling Jack the Ripper at the London Bridge in Arizona. Look, it’s a lot. We had to go to AZ to unpack it all.
Whatever you think A Karate Christmas Miracle is, you aren’t ready.
So much of the story of Tyra Banks as a Barbie was left untold, which is why 20 years later we needed this sequel. Evequality!
KISS, a band with superpowers, must fight evil robots of themselves after a vengeful theme park employee has had enough. This somehow happened. My friends from the Quantum Leap Podcast join me to figure out what we just watched.
To mark the 10th year since I started doing videos, I decided to do a deep dive on my very first favorite movie. Grab some ‘za and skip the apple juice, we’re taking a journey under the bed to the world of Little Monsters.