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  1. Arachnidalanche. There's a fucking avalanche of mutant spiders from the hills of the Hollywood sign down into the city. Disrupted from their podcast taping on Sunset Blvd., the How Did this Get Made crew, with guest Hot Soccermom, navigate the streets crawling with the hideous eight legged monsters to try to find the one man, famed insect and critter wrangler Stanton D. Harrison (played by Harry Dean Stanton), who can proved insight to the living nightmare.


    Ice Spiders remake?

  2. I had to look up The Asylum's filmography after you mentioned some of their movies that I hadn't heard of and I came upon Clash of the Empires, a Hobbit ripoff starring HDTGM darling Bai Ling. This is the synopsis of Clash of the Empires:


    In an age long ago, the last village of clever, peace-loving Hobbits is attacked and enslaved by the Java Men, komodo-worshiping, dragon-riding cannibals. Now the young Hobbit Goben, along with his father and sister, must seek help from the "giants" (human hunters) to find the Javas' lair and rescue the last surviving Hobbits, Goben's mother among them. In their quest to destroy the Javas, the heroic partnership of humans and Hobbits will transform both species forever.


    You need to do this movie.

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  3. I never played the game or watched the movie and this one still made me laugh.


    Also I dig that they all jumped into a bonkers movie with zero point of reference. I would love to hear their reaction if they did the same with Final Fantasy:Spirits Within.


    Knowledge of Final Fantasy wouldn't help at all with Spirits Within(aside from that one character's name.) I also don't think it really works for a bad movie podcast. It wasn't interestingly bad, it was just boring and nearly bankrupted the company.

  4. This episode was fantastic. June knocked it out of the park here.


    There's a very special quality of these non nerd comedians looking at this movie. It takes it up to another level of "what the fuck is going in this movie?"


    Maybe next time you guys watch a videogame movie you can spend a bit of time with the videogame. It will help see just how much movie version of videogames destroys the vision of the games.


    Gemberling was a fantastic guest too. He drove a lot of the episode with his very useful knowledge that cleared a lot of things up.


    So good.


    No, it should just be like this one. They should go in cold and have a guest try and explain it to them. Either a comedian friend who knows the subject like this one or a fan expert like on Professor Blastoff.

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