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Double Dragon is available to stream on Tubi. It also streams through my heart 24/7.

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14 minutes ago, muttnik said:

Double Dragon is available to stream on Tubi. It also streams through my heart 24/7.

It’s also on Amazon :) 

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I just wanted to say how proud I am of June for getting arrested today at the weekly climate change protest.  I'm miffed that all the articles about it talk about Robert Kennedy Jr. Like we care about him when Actress/Activist June Diane Raphael  is in the mix! 

I feel like that should be the next teepublic shirt.

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Programming note: Earwolf is migrating its files to a new hosting service and, as a result, every HDTGM episode is currently available for download. If you want to save them before they once again disappear behind the paywall, now would be a good time. You can plug the new feed URL into an RSS reader or see this set of direct links to every mainline (i.e. non-minisode/rerelease/bonus) episode:

 

Body of Evidence- LIVE!
Friday the 13th Part VI- Jason Lives- LIVE!
Starcrash- LIVE!
Disclosure (with Nick Kroll, Emily Altman)
Unforgettable- LIVE!
The Hottie and the Nottie- LIVE!
Hobbs & Shaw- LIVE! (with Adam Scott, Nicole Byer)
Drop Dead Fred- LIVE! (with Casey Wilson)
Deadfall LIVE! (with Chelsea Peretti)
Jaws 3-D
Serenity- LIVE! (with Nick Kroll)
The Country Bears (with Kulap Vilaysack)
Hercules- LIVE! (with Leslye Headland, Sasheer Zamata)
Shanghai Surprise (with Jordan Rubin)
Hello Mary Lou- Prom Night II- LIVE! (with Charlize Theron, Seth Rogen)
The Secret (with Topher Grace, Joel Kim Booster)
Van Helsing- LIVE! (with Seth Rogen, Riki Lindhome, Ben Blacker)
The Snowman- LIVE! (with Erin Gibson, Bryan Safi)
Harry & Meghan- A Royal Romance LIVE! (with Casey Wilson)
Dragon Blade (with Daniel Radcliffe, Erin Darke)
Little Italy
Cellular (with Ike Barinholtz, Erin Gibson)
Holiday in Handcuffs (with Jessica St. Clair)
Perfect Stranger- LIVE!
Look Who's Talking Now (with Conan O'Brien)
Skyscraper (with Paul F. Tompkins, Rhea Butcher)
Action Jackson- LIVE! (with Seth Rogen)
A Night In Heaven- LIVE! (with Tawny Newsome, Jen D'Angelo)
Look Who's Talking Too- LIVE!
Beastly- LIVE!
196 The Meg- LIVE! (with Nicole Byer, Adam Scott)
Never Too Young to Die- LIVE! (with Matt McConkey)
Yes, Giorgio- LIVE!
Blues Brothers 2000- LIVE!
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Rad- LIVE!
Hurricane Heist- LIVE!
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow- LIVE! (with Joe Mande, Tawny Newsome)
Body Rock- LIVE! (with Alison Brie)
Beautiful Creatures (with Erin Whitehead, Kate Hagen)
Geostorm- LIVE! (with Colton Dunn, Jessica St. Clair)
Adore (with Charles Rogers, Jordan Firstman, Kulap Vilaysack)
Johnny Mnemonic- LIVE! (with Jessica St. Clair)
Ladybugs- LIVE! (with Patton Oswalt)
Rock Star- LIVE! (with Jake Weisman)
Freejack- LIVE! (with Phoebe Robinson, Jessica St. Clair)
Howling II- Your Sister Is a Werewolf- LIVE! (with Tig Notaro, Stephanie Allynne)
Second Sight- LIVE! (with Jessica St. Clair)
Superman IV- The Quest For Peace- LIVE! (with Natasha Lyonne, Jessica St. Clair)
The Disaster Artist (with James Franco, Seth Rogen, Tommy Wiseau)
Jazz Singer- LIVE! (with Chris Gethard)
Ultraviolet- LIVE! (with Nick Wiger, Mike Mitchell)
Jason X- LIVE! (with Rob Huebel, Jenny Slate)
Virtuosity- LIVE! (with Sarah Silverman, Taran Killam)
The Last Dragon- LIVE! (with Hannibal Buress)
Miami Connection- LIVE! (with Chris Geere)
Bratz (with Kate Berlant)
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie- LIVE! (with Jon Lovett)
Hard Ticket to Hawaii- LIVE! (with Andrea Savage, Karen Kilgariff)
Chopping Mall- LIVE! (with Mary Holland)
Timecop- LIVE! (with Nick Kroll)
Ninja Terminator- LIVE! (with Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer)
The Wraith- LIVE! (with Tim Baltz, Eliza Skinner)
The Running Man (with Kulap Vilaysack)
My Stepmother Is An Alien- LIVE! (with Whitney Cummings)
The Fate of the Furious (with Adam Scott)
The Lake House- LIVE! (with Starlee Kine, Aisling Bea)
Sleepwalkers (with Lauren Lapkus)
Body Parts- LIVE! (with Gillian Jacobs, Claudia O'Doherty)
Surf Ninjas- LIVE! (with Rob Huebel, Nicole Byer, Gil Ozeri)
xXx- Return of Xander Cage- LIVE! (with Adam Scott)
Airborne- LIVE! (with Scott Aukerman, Kumail Nanjiani, Danielle Schneider)
Highlander II- The Quickening LIVE! (with Sam Richardson)
Escape from LA- LIVE! (with D'Arcy Carden, Dan Levy)
The 2nd Annual Howdies Pt. 2
The 2nd Annual Howdies Pt. 1
Grease 2 (with Anna Faris)
The Lawnmower Man- LIVE! (with Neil Casey, Emily Heller)
Vampire's Kiss- LIVE! (with Hayes Davenport)
Gamer- LIVE! (with Robert Kirkman, Emily V. Gordon)
Dreamcatcher (with Curtis Gwinn, Jessica McKenna)
Vampire Academy (with Michael Showalter, Aisling Bea)
Stealth (with Charlie Sanders)
Gods of Egypt (with Erin Gibson, Bryan Safi)
The Phantom- LIVE! (with Eliza Skinner, Ed Brubaker)
The Shadow- LIVE! (with Pete Davidson)
Mannequin Two- On the Move (with Steve Agee)
Simply Irresistible (with Jensen Karp)
The Boy Next Door (with Heather Anne Campbell, Ben Siemon)
The Avengers- LIVE! (with Tom Scharpling)
Hell Comes to Frogtown- LIVE! (with Natasha Leggero, Moshe Kasher)
Solarbabies- LIVE! (with John Mulaney)
Can't Stop the Music- LIVE! (with Pete Holmes, Cameron Esposito)
The Quest (with Jon Gabrus)
Bloodsport- LIVE! (with Nicole Byer)
The Covenant (with Alison Rich)
Teen Witch (with Deanna Cheng)
The Apple- LIVE! (with Andy Richter)
Streets of Fire- LIVE! (with Rachel Bloom, Jessica St. Clair)
Kazaam- LIVE! (with Kay Cannon)
The Star Wars Holiday Special (with Matt Gourley, Eden Sher)
Steel- LIVE! (with Anders Holm)
Hackers
Lifeforce (with Lennon Parham)
Death Spa- LIVE! (with Horatio Sanz)
Perfect- LIVE! (with Seth Morris)
Masters of the Universe (with Tatiana Maslany)
Maximum Overdrive- LIVE! (with Andy Daly)
Furious 7- LIVE (with Adam Scott)
Theodore Rex- LIVE!
Top Dog- LIVE!
Sharknado 3- Oh Hell No! (with Scott Aukerman)
Runaway (with Rhea Butcher)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II- The Secret of the Ooze- LIVE! (with Adam Pally)
Jupiter Ascending (with Franklin Leonard, Razzle Dangerously, Josh Richmond)
Hercules in New York- LIVE! (with Abbi Jacobson)
The Island of Dr. Moreau (with Alex Fernie)
Face Off- LIVE! (with Randall Park)
Con Air LIVE! (with Seth Grahame-Smith)
Lake Placid- LIVE! (with Paul F. Tompkins, Nate Corddry)
Deep Blue Sea- LIVE! (with Evan Goldberg, Paul F. Tompkins)
Safe Haven (with Eliza Skinner, Jordan Rubin)
Zardoz 2
Zardoz (with Brett Gelman)
Tango & Cash (with Nick Kroll)
Xanadu- LIVE! (with Michaela Watkins)
Junior
A View To a Kill- LIVE (with Matt Gourley, Matt Mira)
LOL- LIVE! (with Rob Huebel, Chelsea Peretti, John Flynn)
Rhinestone- LIVE! (with Matt Jones)
Monkey Shines
Temptation- Confessions of a Marriage Counselor (with Katie Aselton)
Glitter- LIVE! (with Adam Scott, Casey Wilson, Dan Levy)
Staying Alive- LIVE! (with Katie Dippold)
The 1st Annual Howdies Pt. 2
The 1st Annual Howdies Pt. 1
Sharknado 2- The Second One (with Scott Aukerman)
Gooby (with Nathan Fielder)
Mr. Nanny- LIVE! (with Rob Corddry)
Easy Rider 2- The Ride Back (with Nick Thune)
Ernest Goes To Jail (with Lesley Arfin)
Color of Night (with Amy Schumer)
No Holds Barred- LIVE! (with Thomas Lennon)
Winter's Tale (with Andy Daly)
Double Team (with Owen Burke)
Mortal Kombat (with Cameron Esposito)
Jack Frost- LIVE! (with Dan Harmon)
Deck the Halls- LIVE! (with Andrea Savage)
Crossroads (with Jeff Rubin)
Hudson Hawk (with Emily Gordon)
Fair Game (with Danny Zuker)
Daredevil (with Ed Brubaker)
Halloween III- Season of the Witch
Congo (with Nick Wiger)
Toys (with Drew McWeeny)
The Glimmer Man (with Jon Lajoie)
Gymkata- LIVE! (with Michael Showalter)
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (with Eddie Pepitone, Matthew Berry)
Demolition Man- LIVE! (with Wyatt Cenac)
Sharknado (with Scott Aukerman)
Over The Top- LIVE! (with Bobby Moynihan)
Howard the Duck- LIVE! (with Kristen Schaal)
After Earth (with Paul F. Tompkins)
Fast & Furious 6 (with Adam Scott)
Joyful Noise
 (with Fred Stoller)
Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot (with Kate Spencer)
Street Fighter (with John Gemberling)
Spice World (with Retta)
In The Name of The King (with Seth Morris)
From Justin To Kelly- LIVE!
Nothing But Trouble
The Devil's Advocate- LIVE!
The Odd Life of Timothy Green (with Tim Heidecker)
Anaconda- LIVE! (with Michael Ian Black)
Reindeer Games
Liz and Dick (with Drew Droege)
Twilight- Breaking Dawn Pt. 2 (with Doug Benson)
Cobra- LIVE (with Brian Posehn, Rhett Miller)
Sleepaway Camp
Super Mario Bros- LIVE!
Barb Wire (with Jesse Thorn)
Road House- LIVE!
Jaws 4- The Revenge (with Jake Fogelnest)
Wild Wild West (with Kevin Smith)
Batman & Robin (with Matt Mira, Jesse Falcon)
Spider-Man 3
Judge Dredd (with Erica Oyama)
Godzilla (with Chris Gore)
Bad Ass (with Danny Trejo)
Speed 2- Cruise Control (with Scott Aukerman)
On the Line (with Ike Barinholtz)
Tiptoes (with Dave Holmes)
The Adventures of Pluto Nash (with Lennon Parham, Jessica St. Clair)
Abduction (with Jessica Chaffin)
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Director's Edition- Cool as Ice
Trespass (with Rachael Harris)
Crank- Director's Edition
Twilight Breaking Dawn Pt 1
Jingle All The Way
Catwoman
Superman III- LIVE!
The Room- Director's Edition
Leprechaun in the Hood
I Know Who Killed Me
Punisher- War Zone
The Wicker Man (with Jonah Ray)
Gigli
Skyline
The Smurfs (with Paul F. Tompkins)
The Back-Up Plan (with Jackie Clarke)
Green Lantern
Crank 2- High Voltage (with Jensen Karp)
The Love Guru (with Matt Walsh)
The Tourist (with Gil Ozeri, Natasha Leggero)
Mac & Me
Fast Five
Sucker Punch
All About Steve (with Brandon Johnson)
Battlefield Earth (with Rob Huebel)
Drive Angry
The Last Airbender (with Jon Daly)
Old Dogs (with Casey Wilson)
Season of the Witch
Burlesque (with Nick Kroll)

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I know the corrections and omissions are meant for the main show, but I wanted to point out that Grace Jones’s May Day from A View to a Kill was not the Bond villain with killer thighs (although it wouldn’t surprise me if she has killed people with her legs before).  It was actually Xenia Onatopp (played by Famke Janssen) in Goldeneye.

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Not so much a C&O but just some (hopefully) helpful info for Paul vis Michael Bay and whether or not he could be Canadian: one simple way to tell if your DVDs are being shipped from Canada (and if they were ever intended for sale in Canada) is to check the packaging. It would have to have bilingual copy on the case (with the title in both English and French) and it would need the rating from Canada's film classification board. If it doesn't have those things, it's probably an American region 1 disc, or maybe just some kind of bootleg.

Speaking of bilingualism and movies, you guys really need to watch Bon Cop Bad Cop sometime.

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So I definitely watch this movie as a kid, probably rented it on VHS a couple times (my parents were very patient), but I probably haven't seen it in close to 25 years. If I tried to watch this 15 years ago, as a Very Smart 20 Year Old (uuuuggghhhh), I would most likely have seen it as a pile of garbage. But I'm like 20 minutes in and... I'm really enjoying it? I'm all-in for this "The Warriors-meets-Escape-From-New-York" world they have going. I mean, it's not good, but I can DEFINITELY see why this appealed to a 10-year-old-me. What boy 6-12 in 1994 wouldn't love this bullshit? I'm sure I did! High kicks and mohawks and weird cars with flames! Weeeeeee!

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Thinking about it more, there are an awful lot of movies from the 1990s with a similar aesthetic. You know, future dystopias taking influences from the same movies (the aforementioned The Warriors and Escape From New York and the like), often adaptations, that take comic book, cartoon, and/or video game imagery and utilize a very literal interpretation in formulating its imagery. I'm thinking this film, Super Mario Bros., Tank Girl, Johnny Mnemonic, and the like. We could do a limited series podcast on these kind of movies; call it "Pixelated Dystopia" or "Four Color Apocalypse."

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17 minutes ago, Quasar Sniffer said:

Thinking about it more, there are an awful lot of movies from the 1990s with a similar aesthetic. You know, future dystopias taking influences from the same movies (the aforementioned The Warriors and Escape From New York and the like), often adaptations, that take comic book, cartoon, and/or video game imagery and utilize a very literal interpretation in formulating its imagery. I'm thinking this film, Super Mario Bros., Tank Girl, Johnny Mnemonic, and the like. We could do a limited series podcast on these kind of movies; call it "Pixelated Dystopia" or "Four Color Apocalypse."

Not to invite myself, but I would totally do that with you. Or you could basically have a guest each time who picks a different apocalypse movie and then talks about it. I can already think of at least a few.

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On 11/17/2019 at 9:44 PM, theworstbuddhist said:

Not to invite myself, but I would totally do that with you. Or you could basically have a guest each time who picks a different apocalypse movie and then talks about it. I can already think of at least a few.

@theworstbuddhistUPDATE ON THIS! I actually pitched this to one of my friends so it might actually happen! At least for one episode of a podcast. If it ends up happening, I will let you know!

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On 11/17/2019 at 9:25 PM, Quasar Sniffer said:

Thinking about it more, there are an awful lot of movies from the 1990s with a similar aesthetic. You know, future dystopias taking influences from the same movies (the aforementioned The Warriors and Escape From New York and the like), often adaptations, that take comic book, cartoon, and/or video game imagery and utilize a very literal interpretation in formulating its imagery. I'm thinking this film, Super Mario Bros., Tank Girl, Johnny Mnemonic, and the like. We could do a limited series podcast on these kind of movies; call it "Pixelated Dystopia" or "Four Color Apocalypse."

I’m thinking the podcast should be called ‘Trashcan Fire’.

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Nailed It is back with new episodes and Jason is one of the guest judges again.

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16 hours ago, grudlian. said:

Nailed It is back with new episodes and Jason is one of the guest judges again.

Almost better than that, Paul is a CONTESTANT!!!

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Wait, Paul is a contestant?? I need to catch up!

We watched the holiday season last year because we saw Jason was on it, and I flipped my shit when I saw one of the contestants was my fave writing teacher from college (not in the ep with Jason though). Pretty much binged the whole thing in a day. Such a good show!

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3 hours ago, taylor anne photo said:

Almost better than that, Paul is a CONTESTANT!!!

Oh shit! I only watched the first episode so far.

This makes me want to have an episode with Paul, June and Jason competing against each other. 

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4 hours ago, grudlian. said:

Oh shit! I only watched the first episode so far.

This makes me want to have an episode with Paul, June and Jason competing against each other. 

I just binged the new eps the last few days. Paul's ep is GREAT! I hope it leads to more celebs just jumping in as contestants with the regular folk.

And yea, June needs to get in there! Maya Rudolph is also a guest judge and she was hilarious. 

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