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DREAMCATCHER 2 from J’Mel R. D on Facebook.

Clickity-clack. Sexity-sex. 

DREAMCATCHER 2 from J’Mel R. D on Facebook.

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all right, so i’m a fan of funny podcasts. i especially love listening to them on my morning subway commute. a few months ago i discovered We Hate Movies, where a group of guys sit around and recap/discuss (typically bad) movies. i didn’t expect much but i actually really fucking love it. i tried…

Thanks so much for talking about the show. 

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Episode 167 - Under Siege 2: Dark Territory

On this week’s episode, the gang rides the rails with Steven Seagal and Eric Bogosian in the train hijacking sequel, Under Siege 2: Dark Territory! Why do we need Seagal microwaving a cake? Did Bogosian have to do that Rod Serling impression? And is Seagal really getting foiled by a Newton and a clogged fax line? PLUS: We all better go talk to the Captain. 

Under Siege 2 stars Steven Seagal, Eric Bogosian, Everett McGill, Morris Chestnut, Peter Greene and Katherine Heigl; directed by Geoff Murphy. 

WHM Verdict: Recommend! 
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Episode 166 - The Day After Tomorrow

In this week’s episode, the gang bundles up with the ultra boring disaster dud, The Day After Tomorrow! How ‘bout those CGI wolves, huh? Why did they think hiding in a library would be exciting? And just how useless is Sela Ward in this movie? PLUS: This Fall, Louie Anderson returns to a lot of NBC.

The Day After Tomorrow stars Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, Sela Ward, Dash Mihok, Jay O. Sanders and Ian Holm; directed by Roland Emmerich.

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Case File #97824 - Crop Circles

Actor and marijuana legalization advocate Wilford Brimley (Andrew Jupin) returns! We probe through the topic of crop circles but many other hot topics must also be debated such as the sale of the Brimleyton ranch in Wyoming, fairy circles, aliens, druid cults, and much more. We even scold the crop circle hoax team Doug Bower and Dave Chorley better known as “Doug and Dave” for their disinformation campaign. Plus, Banksy: interdimensional rat being?

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

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WILFORD BRIMLEY RETURNS

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Episode 165 - Planet of the Apes (2001)

In this week’s episode, the gang enters the back half of their Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza with Tim Burton’s depressingly terrible Planet of the Apes! Why not hire anybody besides Mark Wahlberg? Why are we still sending chimps into space in 2029? And what kind of a trampoline budget were they working with here? PLUS: Twilight Zone's greatest “secret robot” scenarios. 

Planet of the Apes stars Mark Wahlberg, Tim Roth, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Clarke Duncan, Paul Giamatti, Estella Warren, Kris Kristofferson and Charlton Heston; directed by Tim Burton. 
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Case File #1997 - Alex Jones is Bill Hicks

Is conspiracy theorist radio host Alex Jones actually the late great comedian Bill Hicks? It’s quite possible. We dig deep on this theory scanning all sources of media from the web to A Scanner Darkly. Did their convenient mutual friend Kevin Booth help Hicks in his transformation to Jones? What’s the Waco siege have to do with this? Plus a Bigfoot update as well as two new segments are introduced!

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Music: Ninja Bachelor Party
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Episode 164 - Stroker Ace

On this week’s episode, the gang tackles a sweaty ass Burt Reynolds’ movie with the pretty silly, Stroker Ace! Is Stroker an immortal god who has lived through Prohibition and the sweaty 1980s? Is Ned Beatty’s character really just Otis from Superman on the run from Mr. Luthor? And how many prehistoric jokes can we fit into one movie? PLUS: Eric mildly enjoys Tom Jones, Andrew does not. Different opinions on We Hate Movies

Stroker Ace stars Burt Reynolds, Jim Nabors, Ned Beatty, Loni Anderson and Parker Stevenson; directed by Hal Needham. 
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Animation Damnation #5 - The Magicks of Megas-Tu

On this edition of Animation Damnation, the guys are ragging on an episode of the Star Trek cartoon entitled, “The Magicks of Megas-Tu”! While possibly being a huge commercial for their all-new, hilarious, Trekmentary Nemesis track, the guys also spend some time pondering George Lucas on ‘ludes, Kirk being okay with Satan and whether or not Bones was a Confederate racist.