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Episode 18 - Big Money Hustlas feat. Bryan Quinby

Bryan Quinby of Street Fight Radio returns to talk about Insane Clown Posse's first filmic outing but we mainly ended up talking about ICP itself. Also discussed: soda brands, formaldehyde.


Episode 17 - Quincy M.E. & CHiPs

Part 3 of our series on the punk menace in which we look at episodes of old shitty TV shows in which leather-jacketed 27-year-olds play dipshit teenagers. Music used: "Next Stop Nowhere" and "Give Up" by Mayhem "Twist and Shout" and "Little Child" by Snow Pink (Shepherd) "I Dig Pain" by Pain 'CHiPs' stock music by Alan Silvestri/John Carl Parker 'Quincy' theme music by Glen A. Larson and Stu Phillips What Did Jackson Drink? theme music is "Ready Set No" by Bomb the Music Industry


Episode 16 - The Day My Kid Went Punk

The long-awaited second episode in our trilogy about the punk moral panic of the 80s takes a look at an infamous 1987 episode of the ABC Afterschool Special. Also discussed: Pizza Hut crust, Twitter randos, and the alt-right's obsession with childish horseshit. Music used: 3 songs from the show by Larry and Tom Weir the jingle for String Racers "21st Century Boy" by Sigue Sigue Sputnik What Did Jackson Drink? theme music is "Ready Set No" by Bomb the Music Industry


Episode 15 - Rock 'n' Roll High School feat. Jesse Bercier Of The Thrashers

Winnipeg's preeminent punk rocker-cartoonist-comedian joins us to talk about his favourite 1979 Ramones vehicle. Also discussed: ubiquitous voice actors, the relative whiteness of northwestern Montana, and more juicy Burton Cummings stories. Check out Jesses' band at Music used: "Rock 'n' Roll High School" by the Ramones feat. PJ Soles "Dance O' Death" by D.O.A. "Funky Man" by Dee Dee King (Dee Dee Ramone) "I'm Infected" by The Thrashers What Did Jackson...


Episode 14 - The Decline Of Western Civilization Part II feat. Bryan Quinby

A shorter but a gooder. Very special guest Bryan Quinby (@MurderBryan) of Street Fight Radio joins us to talk about Penelope Spheeris' sobering (so to speak) look at LA's metal scene in the 1980s. Also discussed: Canadian health care, pay-to-play venues, and hotel discounts. Music used: "Bathroom Wall" by Faster Pussycat "How Many T-Bone Steaks Can I Fit In My Pants?" by B.A. Johnston "In My Darkest Hour" by Megadeth What Did Jackson Drink? theme music is still "DVP" by PUP


Episode 13 - Be Kind Rewind

Jack Black Month concludes with a film that kinda comes out of left field but we needed a fourth movie so who gives a fuck. Also discussed: The Amanda Show, Rotten Tomatoes hobbyists, Sweded movie festivals, and rum from a friend's dad. Music used: "Your Feets Too Big" by Fats Waller "Bustin'" by Neil Cicierega (and Ray Parker Jr. I suppose) What Did Jackson Drink? theme music is still "DVP" by PUP


Episode 12 - Tenacious D In The Pick Of Destiny

A later but a gooder. Jack Black Month takes a bit of a downward turn as Reid and Jackson review a film of his that could've been a whole lot better but could've been a lot worse. Music used: "Kickapoo", "Classico", and "The Metal" by Tenacious D "United States of Whatever" by Liam Lynch "Six Pack" by The Hard-Ons feat. Neil Hamburger Neil Hamburger stand-up clip from Comedy Central 'Comedy Death-Ray' compilation album, 2007 What Did Jackson Drink? theme music is still "DVP" by PUP


Episode 11 - School Of Rock

This one is really long and audio quality is slightly shit cuz we had to use the audio from the Google chat. Reid and Jackson continue Jack Black Month and discuss a movie about a fraudster who exploits children. They also talk about those weird ads for pistachios from a couple years ago like this one:


Episode 9 - The Rocker

A special midweek episode so that all of June can be "_____ Month". Reid and Jackson take on the worst thing Rainn Wilson has unleashed on the world besides the last couple seasons of The Office. Send Bahá'í apologetics to and Tweet "FALSE" memes at us on Twitter at @TunesOnFilm. Music used: "Coming Through In Stereo" and "Bitter" by A.D.D. "Pompeii Nights" and "Promised Land" by Vesuvius What Did Jackson Drink? theme music is "DVP" by PUP


Episode 8 - O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Reid and Jackboy record a last-minute ep about the Coen Brothers kickstarting the circa-2000 bluegrass revival, the sequel to the swing revival. Send recaptured criminals to and go ahead and twart us @TunesOnFilm. Music used: "Big Rock Candy Mountain" by Harry McClintock "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow" and "In the Jailhouse Now" by The Soggy Bottom Boys "Oh Death" by Ralph Stanley "Down to the River to Pray" by Alison Krauss "Didn't Leave Nobody But the Baby" by...


Episode 8 - Almost Famous feat. Pam Choi

Vancouver comedian and Killing the Room co-host Pam Choi joins us in discussing our boy Maron's star turn in Cameron Crowe's lowkey 'Ridgemont High' prequel. Groupie applications can be sent to and our DMs are open at @TunesOnFilm. Music used: "Fever Dog" by Stillwater "Tiny Dancer" by Ben Folds What Did Jackson Drink? theme music is "DVP" by PUP


Episode 6 - It Might Get Loud

cw: Jimmy Page (not really a joke) Reid and Jackson resort to Netflix for the first of many times to review the 2008 documentary 'It Might Get Loud' in which Jimmy Page, Jack White and The Edge say a whole lotta nothing. Music used: "Apple of My Eye" by The Upholsterers "Where the Streets Have No Name" and "Street Mission" by U2 "The House That Heaven Built" by Japandroids "Rumble" by Link Wray "I Can't Be Satisfied" by Muddy Waters "Grinnin' In Your Face" by Son House "Black Betty" by...


Episode 5 - The Buddy Holly Story

Reid and Jackson stop thinking about Gary Busey's teeth long enough to discuss his star turn in 1978's 'The Buddy Holly Story'. Send dental records to or twart them to @TunesOnFilm. Music used: "Oh Boy!" by The Crickets, "The Thing" by Phil Harris, "Stranded in the Jungle" by The Jay Hawks, "Busey Boy" by Corn Mo and "America the Beautiful" by Big & Rich, Randy Owens and Meat Loaf.


Episode 4 - Glitter feat. L. Ron Mexico

Reid, Jackson and their guest L. Ron Mexico of Ruthless Reviews and The Push Pole discuss Mariah Carey's magnum opus from 2001. Find L. Ron's stuff at,, and on Twitter @LRonMexico. Twert at us @TunesOnFilm and send locks of Mariah's hair to


Episode 3 - Filmage: The Story Of Descendents/ALL

Reid and Jackson, sufficiently caffeinated, have a chat over this documentary about the band that invented pop-punk. Send low-res scans of vintage gig posters to and send us a twoot @TunesOnFilm. Lockin' tha gatez.


Episode 2 - Josie and The Pussycats feat. Shaun Lee

Our good friend Shaun Lee of The Psychic Alliance drops in to talk about this 2001 adaptation of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon. Send fan art to and twit on us at @TunesOnFilm. Music: "Three Small Words" by Josie and the Pussycats and "Backdoor Lover" by Du Jour.


Episode 1 - UHF

For the inaugural episode, Reid and Jackson have a look-see at "Weird Al" Yankovic's 1989 opus 'UHF'. Send hate mail to or tweet us at @TunesOnFilm. Lock those gates. Music: "UHF" and "Fun Zone" by "Weird Al" Yankovic


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