Episode #36 is our 2nd Annual Christmas Special! Plus an impromptu discussion of The Disaster Artist!

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Oh, hello! Merry Christmas!!!

Hello HYSTO? friends, and merry Christmas! We hope you are enjoying this holiday season as much as we are! We decided our reason for the season was to celebrate some classic Christmas cinema, but first Paul and I went to see The Disaster Artist with our friend Jonathan, and we just had to talk about it…

We haaad to talk about this movie… 

After that you can hear us talk about our Christmas movie choices. Mine was Black Christmas, the 1974 proto-slasher by Bob Clark. Mr. Clark is also famous for directing A Christmas Story and Porky’s

You don’t like Bob Clark’s movies? I don’t give a…

Next up was Paul’s pick, March of the Wooden Soldiers. Yes, Paul picked this movie…

This scene is from a movie that Paul picked. I’m not kidding…

Of course we also talk about what we’ve been watchin lately, and we also discuss which movies we’ve chosen for our next episode. It’s a gift bag full of cinema fun, and we hope you join us for the fun!

Won’t you join us?


The Disaster Artist – 2017


Black Christmas (Silent Night, Evil Night) – 1974


Babes In Toyland (aka March of the Wooden Soldiers) – 1934








Episode #35 is a little different from “The Others,” and Paul shares “A Bronx Tale”

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Hello friends! We’re back with #35, and this time Paul shares a movie very dear to his heart, but first…

My choice this time around was actually recommended by two listeners. Leanne Wright (my sister) and former podcast special guest Jennnifer Hamrick both wanted us to cover The Others, starring Nicole Kidman and a very, very, very strict mother that’s having issues with, well, everything…

Just another day in the family mansion…

…but before that we discuss the movie that Paul has been dying to share, A Bronx Tale, written by Chazz Palminteri and directed by Robert De Niro…

Just wait ’til I tell the other kids that Robert De Niro is my dad!

After Paul’s heartfelt comments on this film we move on to Paul Park Figures (hint: I’m no longer the leader on all fronts), and we both announce what films we’ve picked for our Christmas episode.

Won’t you join us?


The Others – 2001
A Bronx Tale – 1993



Episode #34 is tearing us apart, Lisa!

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Oh, hi friends! We are back! Okay, we’re a little late, but we think it’ll be worth it to you, because this time we have plenty of Room

Get it? Plenty of “Room”??? Okay, I’m sorry…

Paul makes me watch a movie that was the inspiration for Friends. Unfortunately, it’s not as good as Friends, and I don’t really like Friends…

I’ll be there for you…but just for a little while…

My choice for Paul this time around is the modern classic The Room, written by, directed by, produced by, and starring the enigmatic acting powerhouse Tommy Wiseau…

Act, Tommy! Act! Act!

Paul wasn’t expecting this film to change his life, but it did. Be sure to listen in as he describes how he found his new religion.

Of course we also talk about what we’ve been watching and doing lately, and we announce our picks for episode #35, which will include Paul’s Paulpark Figures.

Won’t you join us?


The Room – 2003
Singles – 1992