You'll have a DOGgone good time as Sam defends the CATastrophe of a movie that is Pet Sematary. Be our GUINEA PIGS as we continue this experiment of watching bad movies. HAMSTERn up your volume and give it a listen. Get it? It's pet puns. The show is better, we promise.
You can take the pig out of the farm, but you can't . . . wait, why are they taking the pig out of the farm? And sending him to the city?! Join Bobby, Sam, and Loren as they discuss this and other bold decisions in Babe: Pig in the City, the bonkers sequel to the charming film Babe.
Once upon a time Loren watched the somewhat-based-on-Grimm-fairy-tales The Brothers Grimm. Perhaps she was put under a witch's spell, but she actually liked it. See if the spell is contagious and she gets the rest of the gang to enjoy Terry Gilliam's vision.
Don't Cry for Laura as she argues why You Must Love the 1996 film adaptation of Evita. Sam attempts singing, Bobby grumbles about Trump, and Loren provides much needed background to the show and its productions. Will Laura win the gang over to her side? You'll have to listen to find out.
Sam reveals the next bad movie we discuss--and it turns out it's not that bad. And in “Themes Like Old Times,” Sam and Loren continue the Disney Afternoon miniseries with Chip 'n Dale's Rescue Rangers.
Bobby has a go defending the SNL-skit-turned-feature-length film.
Listen as the gang considers story coherence, celery butt doubles, and a Kilmer-Forte bromance. Also, Laura proposes alternate universes and Bobby desperately tries to secure a Squarespace sponsorship.
We found what has to be the only person in the world who doesn't like the fantastic film, Die Hard. Check out the ramblings of a mad man, as guest prosecutor Ronnie Roberts tries to explain this insanity.
The whole IDOBM gang has a conversation about the new Netflix series Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. And then the Themes Like Old Times guys discuss the theme song to, you guessed it, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. We're really into that show.
The first unfortunate event was this movie getting greenlit, and the most recently was our having to watch it. Hopefully this will put an end to Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. Actually, it's a pretty entertaining movie, though Bobby disagrees, as he takes the movie--and Jim Carrey--to task.