Sarah and Kelley sit in and answer some of Chuck Klosterman's infamous "23 Questions I Ask Everybody I Meet in Order to Decide If I Can Ever Really Love Them". Plus, John reads from his hit children's book.
This episode: Just because you are paranoid don't mean they're not after you. The conspiracy theories are abound and, after a few drinks, The trASHE sailor dives into Nic Cage's secret life as a vampire, cloud seeding, and the Katie Perry/Jon Benet cabal. Plus, more "warm cake".
The trASHE, drunk on carbs and booze, stumbles through net neutrality, discusses internet ratings systems, and contemplates one California man's ambition to prove that the Earth is flat. Also, hooligans causing ruckus in the street below the studio!
The trASHE travels back 30 years to battle over which movie is the best of 1987. Using a bracket of 50 movies from released that year, the movies are judged on nostalgia, "rewatchability", cultural impact, and critical acclaim. And also Van Damme. Truck-driving arm wrestlers, a future governor team-up in the jungle, Private Gomer Pyle, Baby in a corner, and more in this epic battle.
The trASHE talks to the great Carlos Bocanegra, owner and creator of Monstercade- dubbed the “strangest bar in North Carolina. They discuss the origins of Monstercade, delve deep into everything horror, chat about Triad comedy, and wax over the finer points of The Room and Troll 2.
They're coming for you, Barbara...or whatever your name is. Zombies. Who survives? Who doesn't? Who gets turned into a male prostitute? The answers to these biting (clever pun) questions and more on this episode of The trASHE. We beat this (un)dead horse of a topic right into the ground. (Jesus, these puns suck)* Plus, a rant about the tiny house movement!