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Predict-O-Cast Jr: The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018)

Predict-O-Cast Jr is shaking things up this month with Holly sliding into the host chair. She's joined by a very special guest and together they discuss the newest Disney extravaganza The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. Together, they discuss weird Russian nesting dolls, Morgan "God" Freeman, bad ballet, and much more.


A Doggone Christmas - A Hot Diggity Dog Special

We're putting Predict-O-Cast on pause (paws?) this month to bring you a series of special holiday Hot Diggity Dog episodes featuring some of our favorite past guests. This week, Kip Reed (@Keep_Rad) joins us to discuss the only occasionally Christmasy film A Doggone Christmas. When a group of precocious kids find an escaped dog with psychic abilities, they must work to keep the dog out of the clutches of evil government forces (mostly a woman in a leather catsuit). There's an unseen wishing...


Mini Ep 43 - Holiday Hounds + Patreon

It's December and the holiday season is here (hope everyone's holidays are going well so far). We're changing things up this month and throwing the predictions out the window. Hot Diggity Dog is taking over and we're bringing in some previous guests to help us out. Listen in to find out what films we're covering and who's joining us. We're also excited to announce we now have a Patreon. If you've ever wanted to financially support the show and get some fun exclusive content, this is for you....


72. Amityville: The Evil Escapes (1989) - Part 2

We close out Month of Thanks with an extra long discussion of Amityville: The Evil Escapes. We're not entirely sure this movie about an evil lamp killing people makes any sense. Why does this evil lamp constantly cover up its crimes, as if people are going to find a dead body and immediately suspect the lamp? Why is Grandma such a jerk? How is Danny's hand not mangled hamburger meat? And what if the cat is also secretly a demon? Rate and review us wherever you find the show! Follow us on...


71. Amityville: The Evil Escapes (1989) - Part 1

We begin to wrap up Month of Thanks by talking about our 50th film, the 1989 TV movie sequel Amityville: The Evil Escapes. This recommendation comes to us from our great friend Felipe Sobreiro, a man who knows this show maybe even better than we do. We are beyond delighted with the monstrously ugly haunted lamp, predicting the various ways it will interact with our characters, from befriending them to trying to kill them to trying to have sex with them. And stick around until the end of the...


Hot Diggity Dog: Cool Dog (2010)

Hot Diggity Dog is officially Cool Diggity Dog as we discuss the coolest dog movie ever: 2010's Cool Dog. This dog is absolutely the coolest dog we've ever seen: he outwits a bumbling dog catcher, he foils some bullies with a well-placed tennis ball launcher, he plays harmonica with a bunch of boxcar hoboes, he DRIVES A CAR. This dog seriously is the coolest dog. Also, Josh faces a startling truth about himself.


70. Vicious Lips (1986) - Part 2

We're back to wrap up our discussion of 1986's insanely unpredictable Vicious Lips. So much happens, including crash landing on a desert planet, running from a woman murdering man-beast, and encountering a horde of cannibal mutants. Also, all of that might not actually happen and might just be a dream. We are very confused in this episode. Listen as we try to make sense of it all. Thanks again to Raymond for the recommendation! Rate and review us wherever you find the show! Follow us on...


69: Vicious Lips (1986) - Part 1

Month of Thanks rolls on with Vicious Lips, a 1986 movie about a Misfits-esque band (think Jem and the Holograms, not Danzig) trying to attain super galactic stardom. There is so much happening in the first 10 minutes that we no doubt missed a lot. But we still caught a lot too: space wolf men, space women with three space breasts (a full four years before Total Recall!), weird Dr. Suess-esque space cigars, and a woman inexplicably named Judy Jetson. We have a feeling we're in for a wild...


68. Iron Thunder (1998) - Part 2

If we told you Iron Thunder has a man drowning in his own blood, a person crushed under an exploding helicopter, and another man pulling a weird circuitry squid out of his brain, you'd be forgiven for thinking it's a great movie. Unfortunately Iron Thunder is also almost 2 hours long so there's a LOT of filler (like the villain monologuing, a pointless sequence involving a desert militia, and a baffling sex scene that happens during a dangerous mission). Join us as we try to make any of this...


67. Iron Thunder (1998) - Part 1

For the first film in our Month of Thanks series, we're tackling the future-war-is-hell action drama Iron Thunder. A man is seemingly bound with a future tank in a movie that is somehow almost two hours long. So many things we love in the first ten minutes of this movie: bad computer graphics, bad miniatures, and a terrible guy being called out on his casual sexual harassment. We also do something unprecedented in the history of the show! Part 2 drops Thursday! Rate and review us wherever...


Predict-O-Cast, Jr. Ep. 7: Monkey Up (2016)

Predict-O-Cast Jr is back with a special episode for our Month of Thanks. In this episode, thanks to Josh (who escapes having to actually watch the movie), Holly and Skinner talk about Monkey Up, a 2016 comedy about a talking monkey who flings lots of poop. But is the movie itself a pile of poop? Listen to find out!


VOTE + Mini Ep 42

We welcome November with a new mini episode where we discuss all of our selections for our annual Month of Thanks! But first, an impassioned plea to exercise your rights as an American citizen. VOTE!


66. Haunted Maze (2017) - Part 2

We welcome Halloween and close out October with the rest of our discussion on the bonkers killer clown flick Haunted Maze. We discuss many things, including the film's questionable use of country music, the seemingly omniscient security camera, Clancy's love of nonsensical riddles, the geography of the haunted "maze," and whether or not the teen victims are tripping balls. We also dream up a better movie led by the MTV Sports-era hunk Agent Hawk. Happy Halloween!


Devil's Night Special - Gnome Alone!

We tried to record a spooktacular episode on 2015's Gnome Alone while we were together in Chicago (with our good friend Andrew Schwartz) and we failed miserably. So we present it here to you as a Devil's Night Surprise. Enjoy! Rate and review us wherever you find the show! Follow us on social media: Twitter: @predictocast Instagram: @predictocast Facebook: Web: Email: predictocast (at) gmail (dot) com


65. Haunted Maze (2017) - Part 1

We head into the labyrinth with our discussion of the first ten minutes of 2017's Haunted Maze, a film that might be less of a film and more of a collection of scenes. Still, we get a lot to discuss in this first section, including a schoolhouse murder, a drooling, disgruntled clown, some missing teens, and the hunky Antonio (in the freakin' flesh!). All of these things are SURE to be important to the rest of the film, right? Part 2 drops on Halloween! Rate and review us wherever you find...


Hot Diggity Dog, Ep 4

For this extra spooky episode of Hot Diggity Dog, we cover the 'Burbs-aping The Dog Who Saved Halloween. The film stars Dean Cain (or is it Teen Cain?), Lance Henriksen at his creepiest, and Joey Lawrence ("Whoa!") as a talking dog. If you love guys picking up dog turds, a bumbling idiot consistently avoiding jail time, and a denouement which basically says, "We were just making this up as we went along!" then this is the movie for you!


Mini Ep 41

We set up the last film in our Creepy Carnival Halloween month and figure out exactly what Josh and Skinner would haunt if they were ghosts.


64. Carnival of Blood (1970?) - Part 2

We wrap up our coverage of Carnival of Blood today and we could not have predicted where this thing goes. The gore quotient is higher than we were expecting, as is the fake drunk acting. We deal with the ickiness of Gimpy and determine that DA Dan is a real piece of garbage despite being poised as our hero. Also, a word of advice: if you go to someone's house and it's full of teddy bears, you should leave immediately because they're almost certainly a murderer. Rate and review us wherever...


63. Carnival of Blood (1970?) - Part 1

For the next entry in our Creepy Carnival Halloween series, we're tackling 1970's (we think) Carnival of Blood. What the hell is up with those bizarre title cards? How long has this couple been arguing? Will the killer almost certainly turn out to be who we immediately suspect? Is Side-Eye Jesus the best deity? Part 2 is out Thursday. Rate and review us wherever you find the show! Follow us on social media: Twitter: @predictocast Instagram: @predictocast Facebook:...


Predict-O-Cast, Jr. Ep. 6: Spookley the Square Pumpkin (2005)

Predict-O-Cast, Jr. is back with a super spooky, super square (super cubic?) episode all about Spookley the Square Pumpkin! Rate and review us wherever you find the show! Follow us on social media: Twitter: @predictocast Instagram: @predictocast Facebook: Web: Email: predictocast (at) gmail (dot) com