Today the gents sit down to have a dignified discussion concerning the Nintendo made puzzle game “Captain Toad Treasure Tracker”!
The beginning is also a refresher course in pop music from the early 90’s and yes the record we couldn’t remember the name of is “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” tell me that isn’t the most emo record title ever.
In December of 2018 Netflix took a big gamble on one of their properties and released a choose your own adventure style movie experience set within their “Black Mirror” Universe. It was a pretty unique concept for a movie so the boys were pretty interested in doing an episode on it.
They are joined for this episode by their friend Tara who is legally defined as a “Black Mirror” Subject Matter Expert.
Pick your own adventure right now:
“Listen to this episode now!” or “Listen to this episode in 5 minutes.”
Welcome to the party pals! After a few years of debate the boys have decided to solve all the world problems and take it upon themselves to answer the few years old question: ‘Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?’ they are joined on this special Christmas Eve episode by first time guest Michael, so why don’t you come out to the coast, we’ll get together, have a few laughs…
Today the boys take a trip down to the city, no not Paradise but Sin City (strangely this movie is NOT about Vegas) They talk about the 2005 anthology film directed by Robert Rodriguez and all the things contained within it.
This episode was a patrteon request but in the episode we misattributed it too our friend Bubba Drewski when it was actually a request for Zachary Scmachery.
Today’s episode is an experiment of sorts because it was actually recorded in two different segments at two different points in time. The boys are also joined by good friend of the show Simon who is back to talk about it this movie as it was his request and to just be his lovable self. This is a pretty focused episode all around and next week should be back to your normal episode layout style.
The boys go back to a simpler time, mainly 1993 to discuss this weeks topic the 2D platformer Megaman X, they also talk about Red Dead Redemption 2. this is a really fun episode with lots of excellent discussions!
This week the boys sit down and talk about a movie no one has ever heard of apparently except for Kyle. The movie Oscar stars good friend of the show Sylvester Stallone and they boys talk about why it never took off. They also recap the 24 hour charity stream and spend a lot of time talking about comfort movies. All in all this is a pretty great episode with lots of fun discussions.
You knew this episode was coming sooner or later, the boys sit down to talk about Spider-Man for the Playstation 4. They also talk about flapping lady bits and superhero sidekicks and why they usually identify with them more. Come for the floppy lady bits and stay for superhero discussions you know the drill dummies.
On this episode Kyle & Ryan kick back, open some wine, put on their middle aged mom pants (which make their asses look great BTW) and talk about the 1998 Drama “HOow Stella Got Her Groove Back) they kind of tangent a bit but most of the episode is a discussion about the movie.
On the final episode of Scaretober we are joined by Ben from the Street Pizza Podcast to talk about one of his favorite horror games of all time Siren. A super weird and VERY Japanese game released for the PS2 all the way back in 2004. It is a very different game that most people do not like. Do we? I dunno listen and find out jerk I’m not spoiling everything in the description.
The boys sit down again with their good friend Brooks to talk about the 2007 Halloween anthology film “Trick ‘R Treat” as always with Brooks the discussion is hearty and full of humor and good cheer. Here!! Here!!!
On this Halloween episode the boys continue one of their many traditions and sit down to talk about a Shinji Mikami horror 3rd person shooter from the PS3 era called “Shadows of the Damned” his game are about 50/50 on the love hate scale with the boys so you’ll have to listen and find out what the boys think. They also spend some time waxing poetically about horror in general.
The month long celebration of Halloween is upon us and as usual we invite our good friend Brooks onto the show to talk about some spooky stuffs. The boys talk about a haunted house movie from 1986 this week, a classic in B Movie circles that also happened to cause quite a bit of trauma to a young Kyle, which of course they argue about.
Well like all good things #StonerMovieSeptember must come to an end, our final episode this year covers a listener request and as a special treat for making us watch this movie we asked the listener who requested it to be a guest as well! Join as we sit down with our good friend Phil to talk about the 1998 ensemble movie “Homegrown” did on of the hosts cll this movie “So fucking stupid!”? Listen and find out!
Kyle and Ryan get together to talk about “Everybody Wants Some” the spiritual successor to the Richard Linklater film “Dazed and Confused” the key difference is this movie is set in college during the 1980’s. They talk about college parties, astrological signs and talkin’ sports to fit in.