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.
It’s Friday my dudes, which means we’re talking about the second movie in #StonerMovieSeptember “Friday” Starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker. We talk for a long while about this move and what makes it so special and such an appealing film to everyone who has ever seen it. Bye Felica!
It’s everyone’s favorite holiday, Stoner Movie September! We are kicking this years festivities off with “Grandma’s Boy” from 2006. Does this film hold up or is it more like a bag of dried up dirt weed you find under your bed? Let’s listen and find out together! (Well not us we recorded it, we already know how it ends…)
On this weeks episode the boys talk getting in trouble as a kid, the new Halloween sequel and eventually the multiplayer horror game, “Dead by Daylight” lots of delicious tangents that you know and love!
The boys revisit the early format of the show and discuss two topics in the same episode, they also dive deep into discussing Captain Planet, the BK Kids and Don Cheadle is Tom Cruise still an action hero? Is a game where you just have to hit other cars fun? Why don’t you listen and find out dummy.
Today the boys get their theater on and settle in to talk about “Hamlet 2” the 2008 comedy starring Steve Coogan as “Dana Marschz” a former actor turned High School drama teacher in Tucson Arizona who goes through a bit of a mid life crisis. How does someone write a sequel to a movie where every character dies in the first one? You’ll have to listen and find out!
This episode went great! for about 6 minutes and then our PC stopped recording, no big deal except we didn’t notice until about 30 minutes later. It was a great discussion we had going too very in depth about the mechanics, story, music and the overall feel. You get to hear none of that unfortunately, we managed to squeeze another 30 minutes or so out of it but we also talk about GenCon for a bit the giant Board Game convention that happens in Indianapolis every year.
We hope you still enjoy this episode we tried ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
On this episode the boys try something a little different, instead of focusing on a game or movie they sit down with their friend Shaun from “The Nerdy Thursday Podcast” and talk about monsters, beasts and all things that go bump in the night. All three have a fascination with Crypto creatures and decided to have an off the cuff discussion about them.
If you like this style of episode let us know and we’ll do more like this in the future.
On this episode the boys wax poetic about the long awaited sequel the Pixars Fantastic 4 masterpiece “The Incredibles” with the sequel “Incredibles 2” they talk about a lot of aspects of the movie and see if it holds up against the original. oh and of course there is talk of mom butt.
Kyle & Ryan sit down to continue their mission to talk about every Metal Gear game by talking about one of the side games in the series. They also talk about Other movies a lot as well as terrible music, you know the drill listen or you’re a dumb idiot.
Today the boys put on their art house film snob hats as they sit down to discuss the 1988 German film “Wings of Desire” with friend and first time guest Simon. This is Simon’s favorite movie and he has wanted to come on the show and talk about it since we’ve been doing this thing. We also get into the crazy busking/traveling journey Simon took around the US a few years ago, all in all a great episode with a great dude, is the move great too? Listen and find out! Ya idiots.
On this episode Kyle & Ryan are delving deep into uncharted territory, for the first time in the shows history they devote an entire episode to a Television series, the 2018 Dark Comedy “Barry” starring Bill Hader as a jaded hitman looking for direction in his life. This episode takes some of the usual tangents you’re accustomed to but stays very much on the topic of the episode.
On this episode the dudes continue the yearly tradition of breaking down everything that caught their eye at E3 2018. This is a longer episode the normal because it’s chock full of content and information about a lot of new games that got announced this year, and some old favorites that just had more information released.