Over analyzing terrible movies in podcast form can be soul-crushing work, so we've thrown not-so-terrible movies into the mix for a double feature discussion on the highs and lows of cinema that just might give you whiplash.
Season 4 kicks off as Louis and substitute co-host Andy, matriculate and debate with guests Adam Zopfi-Hulse and Robyn Stevens (both from The Issue At Hand), as they compare Rodney Dangerfield's "Back to School" from 1986, and Melissa McCarthy's "Life...
Hosts, Louis and Ed take a trip to the waste-processing underworld to find adventure along with guests Maya Nakashima and Mitch Schmidt as they ponder 1990's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and 1997's Warriors of Virtue.
Louis and Ed sharpen their pencils and flip over a clean page; they brought back Andy to talk about anthology sketch comedy movies, namely 1977's The Kentucky Fried Movie, and 2013's Movie 43.
Louis and Ed call up a specialized team of heroic guest panelists, The Issue at Hand's Robyn Stevens and Adam Zopfi-Hulse, to re-ignite the podcast by discussing ensemble disaster movies, 2007's Sunshine and 2003's The Core.
Ed and Louis make a bet to mold Maya Nakashima and Liza Jolley (Throwback to School) into the perfect podcast guest panelists, as they give two Pygmalion-plotted movies, 1964's "My Fair Lady" and 2003's "She's All That", a viewing and a bit of a...
Louis and Ed take a (fake) trip down memory lane with former host, Adrian Eng, and returning guest, Maya Nakashima, as they watch the beloved classic "Total Recall" from 1990 and the less than classic reboot from 2012.