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    Here's a bizarre children's self-defense video where John Ritter and an audience of dozens watch kids kick the shit of a. . .something's dick. The best bit is from 4:00 to 4:30. It's presented by Peter Alsop who is a fucking crazy person who makes music for children: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2dx_ginqYU
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    Vampire's Kiss (1988)

    This isn't a bad movie, it's just a movie that's insane. It's meant to be, you can tell the choices are deliberate. Nic Cage plays it to the bone and this is the movie that really made me understand that our main flourishes when you give him something crazy or weird to do. This, Bad Lieutenant, Deadfall, Raising Arizona, Adaptation, Wild at Heart, etc. It would be a good episode for the podcast because it is edge-fo-the-universe insane.
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    A Talking Cat!?! (2013)

    When the two guys come in after swimming and the rest of the cast sees them, the boys get this look on their face like, "Oh...they know we were just fucking." This has become one of my favorite movies. I put it on a lot. I still can't fully comprehend it. Every time I watch it, I become more confused about something.
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    A Talking Cat!?! (2013)

    A few minutes into the movie when the weirdly shaped and coiffed dad joins his son (who seems to be wearing rolled up capri pants), I immediately thought, "They're gay lovers." And that feeling never left me the entire movie. It got a lot worse when that other guy taught him how to swim. The weirdest thing about it supposedly being a kids movie is there's NOTHING in this movie that kids would enjoy. The cat is sidelined and doesn't do anything fun or cool. Everyone else in the movie is either 22 or 50. And it's all boring adult problems. One kid doesn't know what he wants to do with his life. A guy deals with being retired. "Stop annoying mom about going to business college." The director has some other "kids" movie on Netflix: A Christmas Puppy, which enraged Netflix because it didn't actually have a puppy in it, and An Easter Bunny Puppy. It was Easter Bunny Puppy that made me realize the director's trademark is laborious, 10 minute montages of people doing really boring thing. Also, Easter Bunny Puppy has a leathery porn actress who sounds like she smoked all the cigarettes. At the end of the movie she mentions she's losing her voice, but she's talked that way the entire movie.
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    A Talking Cat!?! (2013)

    You guys need to do this one. It'll blow your minds. You guys won't be able to handle it. Here's some highlights: -The director uses the psuedonym Mary Crawford, but his real name is David DeCoteau. He';s directed 105 movies, most of them under different names. A lot of them gay-themed and some of them just full-on gay porn movies. The house used in this movie has been in a lot of gay porn. -There's a weird gay undercurrent to this whole movie. Watch it and you'll see what I mean. -Eric Roberts did all his voice work over a phone and it's amazingly obvious. -There's at least one instance where you can see the laser pointer used to direct the cat. -The Onion AV Club has called it "The Room of...animal movies" : http://www.avclub.com/articles/a-talking-cat-is-the-room-of-anthropomorphic-anima,93563/ -At the end, a character is treading water in a pool and says, "Cannonball!" -"I should follow Phil inside, but there is seriously nothing better than a cat nap. That's why they call it that you know." -The cat is a god/Christ figure. I don't want to give too much away, because there's the intense joy that comes with mind boggling insanity. This is a must.
  6. I'm glad you used the Steven Reed clip. It's pretty amazing. Here's another one, set to a Kesha song (which really makes the whole thing pop): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AO4bS1DH0o Also, if you think he looks sad in the video, you should see his mug shot: http://www.bustedoff...ugene-reed/5887
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    DOG POLICE I recommend you watch from at least about 1:00 to 1:30. If that's not enough insanity for you, Jake, then you are too far gone. Also, I have to share this, because it's amazing. it's the most mind-melting thing I've encountered. It bends reality. It'd be better if it was around Christmas, but that's the way life works. it's Canned Heat and the Chipmunks. This isn't fake. This is real. This is real. It's a thing that happened. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8MifYI_jWo
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    Big Trouble in Little China

    Big Trouble in Little China knows that it is a bonkers movie. In my mind the disqualifies itself from being a bad movie.
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    Normally, I would feel bad about laughing at this kid for something he can't help, but he doesn't seem frustrated by his stutter. And he's so happy when he finally gets his nonsensical phrase out. I highly recommend you check out ALL of the "Steven Reed of Weber Cooks" clips. It's this very sad looking man who taught people how to make simple food in the microwave on a college television station. He does Rice-a-Roni, creamed corn and potatoes, spaghetti, stuff like that. There's 4 or 5 videos. It might be worth noting that this man was at some point convicted of forcible sexual assault.
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    Traxx (1988)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stnt_xf1YHE Let me describe the first five minutes of Traxx: Shadoe Stevens plays a renegade cop who who takes down a couple of goons holed up in a pet store, holding a monkey hostage. Then he gets fired and becomes a mercenary, fighting his way through El Salvador and Nicaragua. Then he gets tired of that and settles down to a life of baking cookies. Unfortunately, the town he lives in is over run with crime and Traxx decides to put and end to it. Again, that all happens in 5 minutes. And during this 5 minutes, 8 people are either thrown through windows, fall out of windows or jump through windows. It's an amazing movie. It's even more amazing because if it were just a little more self-aware it would be a really good comedy. SPOILER ALERT: At the end there's a cameo by Famous Amos.
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    What Am I Thinking?

    Yeah, I agree too. I thought that after how terribly the Heder-Wittels match was that Scott might at least bench What Am I Thinking for awhile. It's really just not entertaining in any way. The guests might as well be trying to guess what number someone is thinking of. If anyone enjoys it, I'd like to hear why they do because I'm genuinely curious about how that is possible.
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    Monkey Shines

    I'll start by saying that Monkey Shines is something everyone should experience. It's available on Netflix Instant and Hulu ( ). If you want to go into this dramatic masterpiece clean go check it out with this knowledge: it was made in 1988 by George Romero and it's about a quadriplegic man and his helper monkey.Plot Spoilers: Jason becomes quadriplegic after being hit by a truck. Thankfully, he has a friend who experiments on monkeys by injecting them with human brains. He takes one of his monkeys to a woman who trains helper monkeys. They present their quadriplegic friend with his helper monkey and everything is ducky for awhile. There's even monkey hugs. Then, it becomes apparent that the monkey can read Jason's thoughts and begins executing his violent wishes. For some reason, Jason also tends to become really angry when the monkey is around. This escalates until what may be the greatest villain kill in the history of cinema. Oh, this movie about a telepathic murder monkey is two hours long. There's a lot of focus on Jason coming to grips with his disability in the beginning. You really want the perseverance of the human spirit to shine through in a movie like this.
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    A Plethora of Suggestions

    The Room has been discussed endlessly in a million other places. I think they'd want to avoid doing something that's so well covered.
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