Cameron, Aaron, and Pseudo Aaron watched the Kirk Cameron "movie" Saving Christmas, a film in which, whilst talking about the virtues of the real life saint nicholas, it shows him murdering a man over a disagreement whilst dubstep plays. it is a real treat of a trash movie
work life balance... from space! Cameron, Aaron, and Sean talk about Hulk Hogan literally being a space man who is told he works too much and to take a vacation after an assassination. He proceeds to drink antifreeze, assault mimes, and achieve sexual climax while surrounded by children and playing an arcade game which smokes and surrenders to him afterwards.
Cameron, Aaron, and guest Glen watch some high budget Hollywood garbage, where in the only meaningful take away is Jeff Bridges saying lap-dancing and just garbling all of his lines. Also Ryan Reynolds is there kind of.
Cameron, Aaron, and Pseudo Aaron attempt to discuss the sequel to Bruce Almighty, wherein Steve Carell is noah and... a congressman? Normal family comedy beats are trod, with a heap of god slapped on top for good measure. iTunes: http://apple.co/24DSheX Stitcher: http://bit.ly/1yzhgdy Facebook: http://bit.ly/1SYOhuv Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to butts the movie! There are asses, explosions, and... choreographed dance sequences? Cameron, Aaron, and Pseudo Aaron watch the Charlie's Angels sequel, because we hate ourselves. Listen to our seething hate and vitriol, because we all love schadenfreude.
Cameron, Aaron, and special guest Sean are back in this episode of Catsex, wherein we discuss the 2001 Tim Allen failure that is Joe Somebody. One of the most checklisty, trope filled messes we've seen and we love it for its insanity laden predictability.
Cameron, Aaron, and Sean watch the entire genre of comedy get aborted and obliterated in this unwatchable terrible compilation of "funny" sketches acted by some of the best actors in the business. Unfortunately, nothing can save this historically bad mess of a film. Man, do I hate this movie.
Cameron and Aaron watch a movie from the team that brought you Prom Night, the remake of the cult classic The Stepfather. This one is no classic, and doesn't even have a cult in it! what a ripoff. Let's riot! or possibly file a class action law suit.