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  1. No you didn't dream this movie, it actually exists. The Peanut Butter solution is a "family comedy" that scared the shit out of anyone who watched it in the 80s. And that's not just because the entire soundtrack consists of songs by an up-and-coming singer called Celine Dion. Michael loses his hair in a fright at a haunted house, then ghosts tell him to restore his hair with peanut butter. Now the hair won't stop growing. Michael's small asian friend decides to put the peanut butter solution on his balls, family fun ensues. A creepy art teacher then kidnaps Michael to make magic paintbrushes from his hair. Meanwhile, Michael's mother takes off to Australia so his sister takes over the role of mother, dealing with the father's issues and wearing the mother's clothes and shoes. FOR NO REASON. Holy crap I'm going to have nightmares tonight just from writing this. See the trailer here, but don't believe the happiness: http://jezebel.com/5...ilm-of-all-time Watch the full film here: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2798924676514781836 Did anyone else have their childhood ruined by this film? It's ok, this is a safe place
  2. We are new to podcasting but learning it quickly. Apparently there is a learning curve. We would like to grow and welcome all feedback from everyone. Check us out.
  3. If the name sounds familiar, it's because it's one of the most imfamous movies of the 1990's. I have to say it's pretty much a definitive title for the question "How Does This Get Made?": It's the movie with the singing and dancing cockroaches. Yes, cockroaches, in all their filthy splendor. And while the budget for the movie was quite modest ($13 Million), it still has oddly competant animation of some highly entertaining cockroaches. What's more, the roaches all have squeaky "Alvin and the Chipmunks"-like voices -- they behave cartoonishly as though it were a children's movie. But this is NOT a movie for kids (it's the first movie release billed under "MTV Films" banner), and you would be a horrible parent to let kids watch this twisted movie, even if it is mostly free of explicit sex and violence. But how could a shitty (literally!) movie about gross cockroaches that dance around like they were in a Busby Berkeley musical be appealing to anyone? Well your answer is this: it made back less than $2 million in the box office, so it was a certafiable bomb. It attained cult film status on home video, and while it is certainly an awful movie, it's still rather silly gross fun, and it will definitely satisfy a morbid curiosity in how crezy an idea for a movie can be, and yet be fully realized into a feature length motion picture and then released in mainstream movie theaters across the country. Also, seeing as how it stars Jerry O'Connell, who has been a guest on Comedy Death Ray, perhaps you guys can get him in the studio to explain what the hell he was thinking. Anyway, "Joe's Apartment" is my nomination. Love the show, and I'm looking forward to more eps!
  4. YippeeKiYay

    It Takes Two (1988)

    IMDb Trailer
  5. ChrisLHarris

    That's My Boy (2012)

    That's My Boy is, to this day, the most awkward Adam Sandler movie I've seen in a theater. It seems that making an R-rated script gives Sandler the license to be more loud and obnoxious than any of the Real Housewives or Jersey Shores casts. Add to that the initial plot of a student-teacher affair producing a kid is not the most outrageous thing in this movie (Incest scene, I'm talking to you), Sandler being out-funnied by Vanilla Ice and Todd Bridges, and you have a movie that will literally put you in a daze as it did me walking out of the theater. It does beg the question of HDTGM?
  6. KvoTheBloodless

    Why is literal theft being lauded?

    One of the few times I've found an interesting topic addressed in poor light - is in this new con podcast.... I love Paul f Tompkins, but barely found anything else redeeming about the first episode.... The way in which "con" is portrayed in the episode - it is honestly tough to discern what stance the podcast is choosing to take.... For example: in "dumb people town" - another podcast about obviously criminal choices (which inevitably have a net negative effect on society) - it's at least obvious that the hosts may revel in the comedic aspect, but those hosts never cross the line into actually condoning those negative behaviors.... It was frustrating to hear, what appeared to be, an actual celebration of the thought, "I should do that" or "that's a good idea" - sounded about an obviously societally detrimental idea.... Knowing that this might be taken out of context, I would propose that this podcast signals in such a way that inherently increases the problem of racial, economic, and societal Injustice... A struggling person would listen to that first episode and easily might think "... Those famous people find it funny or endearing - and the story ends up with them celebrating it.... Why not try for the big game?!".... And the affluent are likely to think "Well .... Listen to the liberal criminals - thinking that 'Robin Hood' is still a viable justification for outright theft"..... I don't have much sympathy for the rich, whom have allowed themselves to fall prey to scams.... But, nor do I celebrate those that commit actual felonies - in order to literally steal.... The podcast is almost just the opposite of dumb people town - in which I feel the exact wrong things are being lauded as admirable... It celebrates the stupidity in such a way that it seems un-ironic.... And that is setting back society (and I hesitated to even say this... But it's setting back racial stereotypes, too..... Do you really think that person in Manhatten - who has the fucking money to give - is going to hear this, and say anything other than 'I was right the entire time for never giving a dime to anyone'....? And that sets back economic and racial diversity by a real and measurable amount.... The more we believe that the rich 'must protect themselves', and that the poor 'will do whatever it takes' - the greater the divide in our nation will be...) Basically, I came off of that first episode... Feeling intellectually insulted. As a self-proclaimed liberal, I can't possibly think of an agenda, by which this would actually better society.... And, as a liberal, I literally can only conclude that this is actually consciously counter-culture.... A literal call to arms. That, this is a celebration of that which completely disregards social law - in favor of subjective "social justice"... WHICH IS NOT AN ACTUAL LIBERAL AGENDA. NO ONE REALLY WANTS THAT It seems to assume that everyone who has fallen victim to scams - either deserved it, could afford it, or didn't personally do enough to avoid it.... And Paul f Tompkins' own personal stories already proved that wasn't always the case! Yet, the podcast seemed to still take this oddly (over-ironic?) - simply terrible approach - of actually addressing the reality of the topic.... If they could have actually told me anything I didn't already know about the subject.... Maybe that would be redeeming... But, the reality is: I learned next to nothing; I felt like the opinions expressed were detrimental to the overall discussion about the topic of criminal behaviour and "Justice"; and, it really just came off in generally poor taste. As a fan of comedy: meh As a fan of actual progressive social discourse: terrible. Absolutely awful
  7. MovieVigilante

    Movie 43 (2013)

    A lot of big movie stars are regretting agreeing to be in this bomb. Many critics are giving it zero out of four stars
  8. AnthonyMRusso

    Rat Race (2001)

    This movie has to be done. Reasons: Bus full of "Lucys" (WAAAAHHHHHHHHH) Kathy Bates as a squirrel saleswoman Newman and the heart transplant John Cleese's ridiculous bets HELICOPTER ATTACK Attempted murders for virtually no reason other than petty annoyances Narcoleptic Rowan Atkinson The Barbie museum Prairie Doggin' Seth Greens terrorist attack on an airport ...AND SO MUCH MORE FUN FACTS This movie features three Oscar winners.
  9. Hi! I am a recent college graduate looking to begin a career in comedy. I have extensive experience writing comedy, mainly from serving as one of two Editors in Chief of my college humor publication, The Yale Record, and from performing standup. I am very passionate about podcasts and would love to work for Earwolf! I would be happy to send along my resume if needed. Thank you so much! - Jake Houston
  10. DartanganMcgee

    Shanghai Surprise (1986)

    The title alone is pretty fuckin' ridiculous(and could be seen as somewhat racist), but hold onto your assholes, it gets worse. It stars Sean Penn and the dark succubus known as "Madonna" as star crossed lovers in Shanghai(let that marinate for a moment). He's a treasure hunter, she's a nurse seeking the healing powers of opium for her patients(yes, that is the actual synopsis). It cost 17 million dollars, and only grossed 2.7 million, and Madonna won worst actress at the razzies. The trailer:
  11. Sketchy Nonsense

    We're Still Trying...

    Hey everyone we're back to try to get literally anyone to listen and give feedback. This podcast of ours is one of our normal improv comedy podcast: This podcast is a bit more obscure with one of the reoccuring characters we have, Mr. Fingernails:
  12. Ninja Terror

    The FP (2011)

    Judging by the first 10 minutes of The FP this ridiculous satire would be perfect for the podcast. It revolves around a gang war fought through a knockoff acrcade game in the style of Dance Dance Revolution.
  13. "Plug Us Up" - lyrics written by Gabriel Manak of MANAK. Input, Output, Bigfoot, Proudfoot. They love Plugs. Thin man, Aukerman, Comedians flock to him Cos they've got Plugs. You've got Plugs. Plug us up!
  14. Kel Kel

    Iceman (2014)

    synopsis: An imperial guard and his three traitorous childhood friends ordered to hunt him down get accidentally buried and kept frozen in time. 400 years later passes and they are defrosted continuing the battle they left behind. Oh boy, where to begin... I immediately thought "what a field day Paul, June, & Jason would have with this movie." There are flashbacks that come out of nowhere, superhuman strength, Krishna's Penis, & crazy long streams of piss (you'll see). It came out in 3D, I didn't watch it in 3D, but I imagine it was silly. I would actually recommend this movie because it's kind of hilarious and has some great fight scenes, but you really need to see it to understand. I watched it because it has Donnie Yen (Ip man). Oh Donnie... It's on Netflix, so you don't need to buy it. HOW DID THIS GET MADEEEEE??? TELL MEEEEE! imdb: ICEMAN
  15. JesseGomez

    Troll 2 (1990)

    It had a documentary entitled "Best/Worst Movie" directed by the child star of this confusing cult classic. Endless fodder for Paul, June, Jason and guest.
  16. NorthShoreBen45

    Wishmaster (1997)

    I'm a big fan of bad movies but I do draw the line with absolute nonsensical plots, no budget and unwatchable actors (and this is in reference to Thankskilling quality movies). I love anything Steve Reimi, Kurtzman or Wes Cravin which gave me the appreciation for this movie that I really hope you guys check out -- its called "The Wishmaster" by Robert Kurtzman. You can find it Free on FEARNET on demand. Seriously, please watch this. In a nutshell - a demon from hell grants peoples wishes, but of course there is an evil (and ridiculous) catch to his generosity which is: yes the wish may be granted but only in a hurtful manner. Non-movie related example: A person would ask the Wishmaster to become famous, loved and a pleasure for everyone to see. The devil would grant the request but the twist is that the person will be turned into a painting and be showed off in a museum or something. Throughout the movie people are getting duped by this guy. Alongside "great" special effects, late 90s attire, desperate (but perfect acting) and overall a great ride, this is one movie that you do not want to miss. Luckily for us fans, there are 3 Wishmaster movies to enjoy. So far I have only seen the 1st but I am eager to catch the rest. Get some friends together and have fun watching this movie. It is a blast from the very first scene. Thank you!
  17. I've been holding in this fart for 6 hours now and... oh god... here it comes...
  18. Lando

    Oscar (1991)

    Just putting this one out there. I remember it being in theaters, but have yet to see it (will soon, it's on the Encore schedule), but I wanted to throw it out there since Stallone will soon become king of HDTGM: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6UNQB1Lo1s
  19. Hey everyone my name is Nick from Sketchy Nonsense. We have been trying to reformat our show to make it better. We have been going for more of a comedy route as of late and would love some feedback. Linked below is two podcast that we have tried this format on. We're trying to use news and other topical things with comedy sketches. Let us know how we are doing or what we could do better. Thanks
  20. TinyRick

    The Rob and Slim Show

    Sub The Rob and Slim Show on iTunes. It's the greatest thing I've ever heard! https://itunes.apple...lim/id992986831
  21. jaredliveson

    "Plugs"

    https://soundcloud.com/aredivesn/plugs by Jake and Jared (Pussyeater69 was taken)
  22. btw name is tate ak https://www.facebook.com/tateakmusic/ https://tate--ak.bandcamp.com/ PLUGS! PLUGS! PLUGS!
  23. Hi all, I am very new to podcasting, and would really love some feedback on the first few episodes of my podcast, which I have put together with a friend. I hope this doesn't seem like self-promotion, I am just very unsure as to whether the format of the show is good! It's a show where we take pop culture references and interpret them overly literally (all satirically!), and it's called "Literally What Does That Mean?". Any feedback in the comments would be great, or I can give you my email address if that's better! Thanks, Joe https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/literally-what-does-that-mean/id1234743933?mt=2
  24. I have zero doubt in my mind that self-promotion on here is frowned upon. BUT HEY, FROWNIN' TAKES A LOTTA MUSCLES AND WE COULD ALL USE THE WORKOUT! I co-host a podcast with my buddy Cody called Honey, I Shrunk the Binge! The concept of the show: we take a show we've never seen before and watch only the series premiere and series finale and review it! Countless hours of binge-watching carelessly condensed into an hour! We are still new to this and any feedback or recommendations for shows to tackle would be greatly appreciated! You can find us at http://www.HoneyIShrunkTheBinge.com or on Apple Podcasts & Stitcher <333333333333
  25. first time / long time hope u like https://soundcloud.com/cfboyd/gimme-that-plug/s-Nl6yR
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