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Episode 66 - Ernest Goes to Camp (1987)

Summer vacation continues as Jonathan and Jarrett pack their sleeping bags return to an old character and unpack his family-friendly second outing in Ernest Goes to Camp (1987), Directed by John R. Cherry III and starring Jim Varney, Victoria Racimo, John Vernon and Iron Eyes Cody. If Verne isn’t in this film, who is Ernest talking to when he’s monologuing? What exactly is Eggs Erroneous? Was the golf cart alive or did everyone who came in contact with it keep it going? All these questions...


Bonus Bomb - Friday the 13th Drink 2: A Comedy Commentary

Jonathan and Jarrett are joined by guest Tyler Rowe for our third Bombs Away Drinking Game Movie Commentary. Listen as they take on the movie Friday the 13th Part 2 live as it rolls and plays a drinking game based on the film at the same time. Sync up the movie with this track and play along, or fans of every beat of the movie can listen to us play! The movie starts at 5 minutes into the track! Full track with movie synced can be found on our youtube! The Friday the 13th Double Feature is...


Episode 65 - Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) [w/ Tyler Rowe]

Our 1 year anniversary is upon us, on the day of all days and we’re attacking it before it attacks us with Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) Listen to Movie Made Me Podcast HERE on Apple Podcasts. HERE on Google Podcasts or at Click to Buy tickets for August 16th’s BOMBS AWAY LIVE: Miami Connection at The Frida Cinema, Santa Ana, CA Visit us online at to discuss this episode, make a comment or correction on something we missed or messed or...


Episode 64 - Uncle Sam (1996)

Today we celebrate our Independence Day with the holiday slasher Uncle Sam (1996), Directed by William Lustig and starring David ‘Shark’ Fralick, Christopher Ogden, Leslie Neale and Isaac Hayes. Is Uncle Sam a master tailor in the army? Why were there random people getting a blow job during a potato sack race? Can you actually bring people back from the dead via pissing on their grave? All these questions answered and more this episode! Listen to Movie Made Me Podcast HERE on Apple...


Episode 63 - Mousehunt (1997) [w/ Cheryl Jones of Movies Made Me]

Movies Made Me host and Special Effects Coordinator Cheryl A. Jones team up with Bombs Away to take on the kind of family-friendly Laurel and Hardy ripoff Mousehunt (1997), Directed by Gore Verbinski and starring Nathan Lane, Lee Evans, Vicki Lewis, and Maury Chaykin. What time period does this movie live in and does it have any concept of time at all? Just what did get Nathan Lane to sign onto this movie (hint it involves singing)? And what character was digitally cut from the movie...


Episode 62 - Congo (1995) [w/Trevor Dillon}

It’s the movie Michael Crichton wishes was as lost as the city on Zinj itself with this week’s action jungle adventure Congo (1995), Directed by Frank Marshall and starring Laura Linney, Dylan Walsh, Ernie Hudson and Tim Curry. What exactly does a telecommunications company need with lasers and diamonds? Why does Amy, a signing gorilla need a talking device when her teacher is right beside her at all times? Was this movie just an intricate cash grab for all things merchandising and theme...


Shorties - July 2018

We Finally announce our live show happening August 16th, 2018 before diving into this month’s 5 weeks of movies. It’s holidays, summer theming and our 1 year anniversary all this month on the show! Ticket’s for Bombs Away Live: Miami Connection is on sale now at Don’t forget Movies Made Me can be found in all major podcast apps. Subscribe now! Jonathan’s episode launches June 25th and Jarrett’s July 9th. Follow on Instagram and facebook...


Episode 61 - Prom Night (1980)

The summer is upon us and that means end of school/Graduation and we’re celebrating it with the event slasher horror that you didn’t want to ask to dance Prom Night (1980), Directed by Paul Lynch and starring Leslie Nielsen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Casey Stevens, and Anne-Marie Martin. What kind of budget does Alexander Hamiliton High have to install a disco light dance floor? Do ski masks come in glittery black? How many red hearings can one movie have on such a thin plot device and does it...


Episode 60 - Battleship (2012)

It’s deffinately NOT a hit on this week’s episode as the boys take on the Hasbro board game to movie adaptation Battleship (2012) Directed by Peter Berg and starring Taylor Kitsch, Rihanna, Liam Neeson and Brooklyn Decker. Do the aliens want to kill us, enslave us or just see if we’ve been good boys and girls for Xmas? How many films did it take for HOllywood to say enough is enough with Taylor Kitsch? Did the movie poorly execute a board game while simultaneously ripping off a video game...


Episode 59 - Superman III (1983)

This week on the show the life and film career of Margot Kidder is celebrated by taking on the 3rd movie in the original Superman saga Superman III (1983) Directed by Richard Lester and starring Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Annette O’Toole and Robert Vaughn. WHat are the limits of Superman’s powers? Does super breath also freeze? Can he morph from costuem to costume? And Who builds a sky slope ontop of a skyscraper? All these questions and more are answered this week! Visi [...]


Shorties - June 2018

We announce new changes and additions to our social media as well as our new Tee Shirts at Teepublic befoer diving into the 4 movies of June. Movies Made Me can be found in all major podcast apps. Subscribe now! Jonathan’s episode launches June 19th and Jarrett’s July 3rd. Follow on Instagram and facebook @moviesmademe and The Waffle Press Podcast can be found in all major podcast apps. Subscribe now!


Episode 58 - The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)

The boys are forced by telekenesis to watch the sequel we all knew we didn’t need to Steven King’s classic Carrie, the ultra hip super 90’s horror The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999) Directed by Katt Shea, Robert Mandel (uncredited) and starring Emily Bergl, Jason London, Dylan Bruno and Amy Irving. What purpose does it serve for the film to go randomly inot black and white over 20 times? How does the Coyote List Scoring work exactly and how does Rachel get 30 points? Is this movie in the same world...


Episode 57 - No Holds Barred (1989) [w/ Jake Lloyd]

NO Ring, NO Ref, NO Rules and NO Restraint from “Rip ‘Em” this film to pieces as Jonathan and Jarrett are joined by Director and fellow podcaster Jake Lloyd to take on No Holds Barred (1989) Directed by Thomas J. Wright and starring Hulk Hogan, Joan Severance, Kurt Fuller, and Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister. Where is the fine line of this film merging with reality? Can you kick a car from the inside hard enough to steer it? Is Hulk wearing Joan’s clothing and vice versa? All these questions and more...


Episode 56 - Mother’s Day (1980)

THe boys make their mother’s very PROUD as the celebrate the day for mommas with the indie 80’s backwoods horror Mother’s Day (1980) directed by Charles Kaufman and starring Nancy Hendrickson, Deborah Luce, and Tiana Pierce. How many films and directors have been influenced from this questionable film? How does Queeney fit into Mother’s family? Do all Hollywood parties have butlers in boxers and tailcoats serving silver trays of coke? All these questions and more are answered this...


Episode 55 - Caravan of Courage: The Ewok Adventure (1984)

May starts of with a bang, or maybe it’s before Death Star 2’s bang, we’re not sure. We’re celebrating May the 4th Star Wars Day with the first Made for TV Star Wars sequel to the original trilogy Caravan of Courage: The Ewok Adventure (1984) directed by John Korty and starring Eric Walker, Warwick Davis, and Aubree Miller. George Lucas wrote this. What was he thinking? Is this worse than Jar Jar Binks? How does this story fit in to the original trilogy timeline? All these questions and...


Shorties - May 2018

This month’s shorties ran long again #sorrynotsorry We discuss the ever changing and problematic issues of the once great MoviePass, discuss what we’ve seen this month, celebrate Star Wars Day and announce our next 5 films for the month of May. We’re Not Afraid of the Dark can be found directly in iTunes HERE. As well as Google Play, Stitcher, Spreaker and Youtube! Subscribe now! Jonathan’s episode’s are THe Tale of the Magician’s Assistant and THe Tale of Old Man Corcoran. Follow them...


Episode 54 - Karate Dog (2005)

As the month of April comes to an end the biggest April Fool is upon the show with The Karate Dog (2005) directed by Bob Clark and starring Jon Voight, Simon Rex, and Jaime Pressly. Is there any Karate in Karate Dog? Why would you trust a dog with dating advice? Does the writer of this film think whenever your parent dies at any age you then become an orphan? All these questions and more are answered this week! This episode is brought to you by our home at The Frida Cinema. For showtimes,...


Episode 53 - Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)

Jonathan and Jarrett take to the skys and drop bombs on the noir serial movie Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004) directed by Kerry Conran and starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Law, and Angelina Jolie. How do all these machine run, it might be the world of Tomorrow but it’s set in 1945? Is Sky Captain also a Sea Captain because they go in the water a lot. Why is beardless Dumbledore Michael Gambon in this movie? All these questions and more are answered this week! This episode is...


Episode 52 - Problem Child (1990) [w/ We’re Not Afraid of the Dark]

Jonathan welcomes old friends Adam and Ben Durham from We’re Not Afraid of the Dark Podcast to take on Problem Child (1990) directed by Dennis Dugan and starring John Ritter, Jack Warden, and Michael Oliver. Just how irritating can one child be in under 90 minutes?Just how many times can you return an orphan before the convent puts him to sleep? How is there this many racist insensitive jokes in a kid’s movie? All these questions and more are answered this week! We’re Not Afraid of the...


Episode 51 - April Fool’s Day (1986)

Jonathan and Jarrett celebrate April Food’s Day with HorrorBuzz’s presentation at the Frida Cinema of the horror slasher April Fool’s Day (1986) directed by Fred Walton and starring Deborah Foreman, Amy Steel, and Thomas F. Wilson. Why are the first night’s pranks even considered pranks? Was April Fool’s a bigger deal back in the 80’s? WHat exactly is the game of Stretch? All these questions and more are answered this week! This episode is brought to you by our home at The Frida Cinema....