Join us as we dig into the original adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary. We chat about frozen hamsters, a pit of dead dogs and the Ramones.
We examine the 1990 “thrillomedy” Arachnophobia. Join us for creepy crawly talk on spiders and other scary animals. There are also inflammatory opinions on John Candy courtesy of Rob.
We dig into our dreams and discuss the 2015 documentary, The Nightmare. Joe shares his experience with sleep paralysis. We also talk about the movie, Nell, for some reason.
Let's talk about sex. We dive into Andy's fear of having sex in Judd Apatow's The 40 Year Old Virgin. We share some stories and discuss how this 2005 movie has aged.
It’s aerophobia time as we take a trip to the Twilight Zone. We compare the episode “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” against its film remake. Along the way Rob shares an awkward plane story, and we discuss what is arguably the worst accident in film history
It's time to talk terror. We discuss 2003's low budget hit, Open Water. How would we do in this situation? We also discuss the true story that the film is based on.
We jump on the birdwagon to talk about Bird Box, the Netflix distribution model and our least favorite birds.
We get all holly jolly as we dish on Scrooged, holiday music, and a magical horse who gives financial advice.
In our season finale, we study The Graduate and take on the baby boomers one last time through their sociopathic avatar Benjamin Braddock.
The boys went to hell and back to tackle our first failson with two dads, Damien, from the 1976 film The Omen. Check your son for birthmarks, vet the help carefully, and remember - IT'S ALL FOR YOU!
A lighthearted episode about the trials and tribulations of Billy Madison and Tommy Callahan turns dark when Duff shares his most harrowing internet discovery yet.
The boys tackle the Cult Failson with a look at Harold from Hal Ashby's Harold and Maude, with bonus commentary on senior citizen lovemaking.
We continue our Failson season talking about a trio of characters from Batman Returns. We can't get enough of Oswald Cobblepot and agree that this movie is one wacky ride for a blockbuster.
We discuss arguably the greatest fail-son of all: Emperor Lucius Aurelius Commodus. We’ll stumble through Roman history, theorize about Commodus if he were alive today and salivate over Nick Cave's (yes, *that* Nick Cave) rejected sequel script.