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Case File #6534 - Headless Horseman

What has happened to our intrepid hosts? Turns out surviving a camping trip is some real tough stuff. Vincent Brusco (The Vinny Brusco Show) stops by to discuss the Headless Horseman. His secret European origins are revealed. Plus: A Hessian artilleryman loses his head near Sleepy Hollow! Real life encounters with Headless Horsemen in Kentucky and Florida are examined. Did Ichabod Crane and Lt. Abbie Mills find out the truth about Henry Parrish?

Music: Chris “Invisible Boy” Bierden of Poliça - BIOOS Theme  

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Episode 172 - Double Dragon

In this week’s episode, the gang calls an audible in order to tackle the wretched video game adaptation, Double Dragon! Why in the world would you put Scott Wolf in this role? What is with that fat monster? And is Robert Patrick’s villain a racist? PLUS: The mystery of which Bruce Steve was thinking of. 

Double Dragon stars Scott Wolf, Mark Dacascos, Robert Patrick, Alyssa Milano and Julia Nickson; directed by James Yukich. 

America’s proud tradition of waiting for the Surge to cool has apparently returned.
Now we wait until Family Matters is revived so we can see if Urkel gets out of that jam in this new era.


America’s proud tradition of waiting for the Surge to cool has apparently returned.

Now we wait until Family Matters is revived so we can see if Urkel gets out of that jam in this new era.

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Episode 171 - Secret Window

On this week’s episode, the gang finally works up the courage to tackle the incredibly stupid Stephen King adaptation, Secret Window! Why did they think casting John Turturro as a menacing Mississippian was a good idea? What’s with all the Dorita-chips and Mountain Dew? And did we really need to see that dead dog puppet? PLUS: This fall on TNT: from the minds of Lunch Room comes, Hutton & Dutton

Secret Window stars Johnny Depp, John Turturro, Maria Bello, Timothy Hutton and Charles S. Dutton; directed by David Koepp.
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Episode 170 - Timecop

On this episode, the gang celebrates the 20th anniversary of the legendary Timecop! Why did they need those rocket cars to time travel? Why is Ron Silver carrying out this ridiculous time robbery scheme? And how are they not recognizing their one-decade-older selves? PLUS: A twenty year mystery is solved. 

Timecop stars Jean-Claude Van Damme, Ron Silver, Mia Sara, Bruce McGill and Gloria Reuben; directed by Peter Hyams. 

It’s time for an ice cold suuuurge.

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Episode 169 - The Substitute

On the season premiere of We Hate Movies, the gang heads back to school with Tom Berenger and Marc Anthony in The Substitute! Why does this movie spend so much time on the botched Cuba mission? Why did Berenger’s resume need to be that padded? And what on Earth is up with that bathing suit? PLUS: I’mgonnakillherI’mgonnakillherI’mgonnakillher! 

The Substitute stars Tom Berenger, Ernie Hudson, Raymond Cruz, William Forsythe, Luis Guzmán and Diane Venora; directed by Robert Mandel. 
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WHM Summer Rerun - Ewoks: The Battle for Endor

Original Air Date: A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. 

On the final WHM Summer Rerun of 2014, the guys look back at one of the all-time fan favorite episodes on Ewoks: The Battle for Endor! This show marks the first appearance of Wilford Brimley on WHM and is the second of three times the guys have ventured into the Star Wars universe. Brimley hates that rabbit. The rabbit hates Brimley. The guys don’t entirely hate the movie. 

Ewoks: The Battle for Endor stars Wilford Brimley, Warwick Davis, Aubree Miller, Siân Phillips, Carel Struycken and Paul Gleason; directed by Jim & Ken Wheat. 


I forgot to post this one way back when! Here’s yet another podcast talking about our favourite movie

In this week’s episode, the gang goes to the grocery store with the dangerously stupid, Foodfight! How is this a movie? What are the filmmakers trying to say about consumerism and buying “store brand” items? And who insisted this film needed to be sexy? Plus: Sims voices. Lots of Sims voices.