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Favorite Earwolf Podcast

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  1. I’ve never felt compelled to post on a message board half way through a film. I need someone break this down for me because I can’t follow what’s going on, it’s making me feel angry, it’s not Meant to, and I don’t care anymore; I just want it to end. I can’t stop it. I’m fully committed. Best case scenario Infall asleep and forget about it when I wake up tomorrow. It’s written as a supernatural mystery “thriller”, acted like a soap opera, lit and shot like a Lifetime movie. Jaime Dornan, Aaron Paul, Molly Parker, Oliver Plat, and the director of Piranha 3-D. IMDB: The story begins on Louis Drax's 9th birthday, when a lifetime of curious mishaps culminates in the boy's near-fatal fall. Desperate to reveal the strange circumstances behind the young boy's accident and dark coincidences that have plagued his entire life, Dr. Allan Pascal (Dornan) is drawn into a thrilling mystery that explores the nature of the sixth sense, testing the boundaries of fantasy and reality.
  2. LucyLiuFlu

    Marci X (2003)

    Lisa Kudrow raps about the power of her purse, which then gains the attraction of Damon Wayans. I blame my infertility on this movie.
  3. aaherter

    Rubber (2010)

    This is streaming on Netflix. Murderous tire that uses mind control to kill things. Lots of breaking the fourth wall and meta bull shit to create a WTF movie. It's really awful so I am sure Jason might go bats watching it. It's really shitty but I think with your collective powers you could produce an entertaining show. Keep up the good work. Seriously, this is my favorite podcast.
  4. Please for the love of God consider this movie. I cannot understand how a studio spent so much on a YA series that no one has heard of, and decided a 2+ hour runtime made sense with the absolute dumpster fire this movie is. I still have an hour+ left on this shit storm, and all I could think of was 'holy fucking shit balls what I would give to hear Paul, June and the Zuke RIP this piece of garbage a gaping new B hole. BTDubs, give me that baby!
  5. twarnercool2

    Cool World (1992)

    A crazy movie about a guy who gets suck into a cartoon. And not some fun kids or anime cartoon. A dark and unstable world. Yet the guy lives with it. He stays there for about 50 years until A Crazy girl name Holly Would(Get it), brings an ex con, Bruce Campbell look a like, comic artist. She wants to bonk either men to become real. Why, only tv tropes can explain( and a lot of people on tv tropes are not sane either). With a awesome soundtrack feature David Bowie. This is prime for a How did this get made.
  6. Courting Chaos "A Beverly Hills girl falls for a Venice Beach street clown called Chaos and she must overcome her inhibitions and become a clown herself for the relationship to survive. " I've been tempted to suggest a lot of movies, but they're usually a little on the nose. Courting Chaos is perfect for the podcast. It's hard to express how weird this movie gets, and I'm not good at making forum posts. I'm just hoping one or two people watch this, and get what I mean when I say that this movie is FULL of cringe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHqsXJgmc14 You can rent it for $1.99 on Amazon (or $0.99 for SD) and it's free with Amazon Prime. Interview with the director
  7. EthanBatstone

    Dangerous Men (2005)

    I honestly don't know how to obtain a copy of this movie, but based on what I had heard from word of mouth and now the review from The Hollywood Reporter wishing MST3K was still around to riff on this movie... I really think it might be worth it! THR review HERE.
  8. DartanganMcgee

    Next (2007)

    Nic Cage as a psychic magician, who uses his powers to fight crime alongside the FBI. So, basically just your average Nic Cage fare.
  9. I know this one may be a bit obscure, but it is totally a cluster fuck of a movie. Basically,it follows Highlander 1 up by not only upping the stakes, but also totally obscuring them. Lambert, the Highlander (who is an alien so why are they calling him by his earth creed?), has used his ultimate knowledge powers, the same one's he received for decapitating Clancy Brown, to cure global warming. Lambert is now mortal and is about to die when all of a sudden, Michael Ironside sends some dudes on flying skateboards to Earth to kill him. After a breathtaking flying sword fight, Lambert is the Highlander again. He bones Virginia Madsen like it aint no thang. Then some other shit happens. Sean Connery, playing Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramierez, is summomed back to life like fucking Beetlejuice. He serves absolutely NO relevance to the plot and cracks insane anachronistic jokes. Then Global Warming happens again, John C McGinely and Ironside team up. More sword fights. Oh yeah, did I mention they were aliens? PLEASE see this movie!
  10. taylorannephoto

    Morgan (2016)

    (I searched and searched for this thread and couldn't find one which is BAFFLING to me) Nepotism at it's finest, my friends. Directed by the son of Ridley Scott and boy howdy does this smell of trying to make his son and his sons friends happy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqmHSR0bFU8 I just heard this described in detail including spoilers and it sounds like the most batshit ripoff of Blade Runner, Ex Machina, Splice, etc etc etc, but not even done well. This looks bad and everyone involved should feel bad.
  11. This movie is on HBO right now and it is totally insane. Charlize Theron is married to Johnny Depp and they both have pretty much the same haircut. Charlize looks terrible and is doing basically a really depressed version of her character from "Devil's Advocate." Their last name is Armacost, I'm still trying to figure out what I suspect is the deep meaning intended behind it. Pregnant Charlize salsa dances around her apartment, alone, while spraying whipped cream in her mouth. It's one jump scare after another, and not a single one of them lands. Charlize tries to give herself an abortion. "It was the warmth of your vagina" is a line Johnny Depp actually says. The protagonist is a radio. This. Movie. Is. Nuts.
  12. Amy the Gorilla

    Mojave (2015)

    I can't even begin to describe this movie. I'll try. It's baffling, it's pretentious, Oscar Isaac says "Brother" way too many times, the main character is a huge fucking tool, the plot makes very little sense, with plot holes out the wazoo, and the faux-philosophical bullshit they try to pass off as dialogue is just awful. I personally found it hilarious. And Oscar Isaac is at least fun to watch. http://www.com/title/tt2322517/
  13. CensoredWANG

    The Pest (1997)

    Personally I love this movie, and I know it is BAD. But I'm sure that just by reading the IMDB discription it will make you say "It's worth watching once" IMDB- "A Miami con man agrees to be the human target for a Neo-Nazi manhunter, in order to collect $50,000 if he survives." Staring: John Leguizamo Jeffrey Jones Aries Spears
  14. KraytDragonBorn

    BRB Maronman

    BRBeanies, BRBeatniks, BRBronies welcome back to BRB with your host Lark Heron, don't lock that gate we'll be right back!... Alright BRBeanies, BRBeatniks, BRBrothers welcome back to BRB with your host Lark Heron, don't lock that gate we'll be right back!..
  15. taylorannephoto

    Descendants (2015)

    I know that made for TV movies are usually not their thing unless it's something spectacular like the Sharknado franchise or the Elizabeth Taylor movie that Lohan did but this is something really out there. I had to do work with the poster for this movie and now all I want to do is to watch this trainwreck and laugh and laugh and laugh.
  16. JereGryllz

    Lifted

    From the woman who brought you Punisher: War Zone, comes another "top-shelf" movie. Lifted is the story of a boy who lives in a stereotypical white trash trailer park neighborhood. His mother is a heroin addict. (A true "heroine") His father is in active duty military overseas. So, basically the entire movie is about this boy who sings to escape life's troubles. And the scenes where he sings (A.K.A. the entire movie) have a real White Christmas way about them in the way that the sound from the movie changes to a completely remastered, studio quality song. Except, his voice has been autotuned to shit. Like, think of the Autotuned remix videos from YouTube, except it's a serious movie and they were actually attempting to pass his voice off as real to the poor, innocent, viewers of this garbage heap of a movie. The absolute best part of the movie is that when the boy mixes his own songs on his laptop, he sends them to his dad in the Middle East. His dad and his friends then proceed to freestyle rap over the songs. Imagine Stone Cold Steve Austin freestyle rapping over a 12 year old's "music." At this point in the film, I had emotionally and mentally given up and checked out in terms of caring about getting something out of this movie besides laughter. As the film goes on, the dad dies in combat, the mother gets off heroin and then gets back onto it, fulfilling her long, arduous character arc that would put character development in movies like the Departed to shame. The boy leaves home and goes to a contest where he and the ghost of his father perform Forever Young by Alphaville. The last shot of the film is the ghost of a dead soldier riding on the back of truck and saluting other dead ghost soldiers as the truck drove past them. Please someone tell me that you have seen this movie and enjoyed it as much as I did. <--- The finale. Lifted ft. Ghost Dad Killah - Forever Young Cover
  17. MatthewPCrowley

    EXTREMELY SPECIFIC WTF QUESTION

    Hello fellow comedy podcast friends! I am writing an article about WTF and I have a very specific question. Can anyone possibly tell me the episode where Marc talks at the top about how he reached out to a comedian he used to know who's huge now asking if he's be on the show, and he refused? It's clearly Jon Stewart that he's talking about, but he doesn't mention him by name. It is IMPOSSIBLE to search for this online, I thought there was a chance someone might know. If not, does anyone know any other episodes of WTF where Marc talks about Jon Stewart? Thanks so much!!
  18. DrFistington

    Inspiration

    I had a friend show me something over the weekend that I feel compelled to share with the Nerd Poker community so that this invention can also boggle your minds and change your lives as well. Say hello to the Vajankle...the fleshlight for serial killers:
  19. Yesterday when I launched iTunes, it started downloading the entire HDTGM catalog to my drive again. My subscription settings had not changed, and this is the the only podcast that was having this problem. To prevent it from re-downloading EVERYTHING, I had to set my subscription settings to limit the number of episodes on my computer to "10 most recent." I'm curious whether this was an RSS problem, because the same thing happened to the Planet Money podcast a couple months ago... suddenly everyone who subscribed to that podcast started downloading every episode in their archive, and they ended up actually having to yank most of their older shows to limit the downloads. They said it was an unexpected side-effect of some feed changes on their end. (Or is it just a fiendish plan to pump up HGTGM's iTunes stats mu-ha-ha-ha?) Anyway, iTunes sucks.
  20. most deaf

    Watch Marc Moron's TV show

    What do you think? Translate well? http://tvtalk12.blog...show-early.html
  21. isnotsparta

    Nobel Son

    I would love to see you guys review the movie Nobel Son. No, that is not a typo. Nobel, as is Nobel Prize, which figures in as one of the seemingly endless convoluted plot points in this mess of a flick. What does this movie have? Alan Rickman, humping co-eds. Mary Steenburgen, pointing guns at reporters. Eliza Dushku, running around with clown masks drawn on paper bags. A plot so convoluted that breasts made of marzipan are part of the narrative. So is a remote-controlled Mini Cooper running amok in a mall. And enough double- and triple-crosses to make your head spin. Add into that a movie edited like the audience is constantly flipping channels on a television, characters so poorly realized that they're less human beings than rough draft notes on the back of a napkin, and a soundtrack so obtrusive that it feels like some scary-looking guy in the crew was blasting his radio and the director didn't have the balls to ask him to turn it down, and you have one delirious mindfuck of a flick. I have no idea what was going on when the movie was happening, and thinking about it a few days later, I still have no idea what the hell happened. Good luck!
  22. Welcome to WTF with Marc Maron, I am of course Marc Maron. Now lets talk about my cats.
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