Episode #5 is here, in which we celebrate John Waters and Steven Seagal…sort of. Paul and I had a blast discussing these movies: Paul said that his life will never be the same after watching Divine star in “Female Trouble” – you’ll have to listen to see whether that’s a good thing or not! I weigh in on Paul’s choice “Under Siege” starring “action thespian” Steven Seagal. Will I declare it a Treasure or Torture? You can probably guess, but you’ll have to listen to be sure! We also find out which Adam Sandler movie our listeners have picked for me to be tortured with: will it be Happy Gilmore or Billy Madison? Listen to find out…plus hear what classic horror film I have chosen for Paul to endure for next time!
Heya! We’ve announced the movies for episode #5, and it looks like Paul has really set me up for some inhumane treatment: a Steven Seagal movie? Are you freaking kidding me, Paul? Oh you are so asking for it… Anyway: here they are, and here’s where to see them!
Paul has chosen “Under Siege” starring the celebrated Steven Seagal (Damn you, Paul!) from 1992, and I picked “Female Trouble”, my favorite John Waters movie ever from 1974. I have a feeling there will be strong feelings about these films, and we’re also hoping you’ll vote for which Adam Sandler movie I have to watch per Paul: “Happy Gilmore” or “Billy Madison” (or is it “Happy Madison” or “BillyGilmore”?) You can leave a vote here, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org….and know that I am NOT taking this Sandler punishment laying down…
Where to watch:
*UPDATE* Available for free on YouTube.
Also on Amazon for rent or purchase.
Available for rent or purchase from Amazon.
Don’t forget to let us know what Adam Sandler movie Paul is going to torture me with: “Billy Madison” or “Happy Gilmore” (retch…I’ll get you, man…)
Our first Triple-Feature AND our first Listener’s Pick! Paul’s mom (our listener) chose “What Ever Happened To Aunt Alice?” from 1969. Paul picked the Humphrey Bogart/Joel McCrea vehicle “Dead End” from 1937, and I chose the giallo classic “Blood And Black Lace” from 1964.
Paul and I watched “Blood” separately as usual, but we got together before the show at Casa Ravingbull (our house) and we did a Double-Feature-Date: we watched “Aunt Alice” and “Dead End” back to back, then did the show immediately afterward. Great fun! AND Paul announces our request for you, dear listeners, to please contact us and vote on which Adam Sandler monstrosity Paul is going to make me watch: Happy Gilmore, or Billy Madison. (He thinks that’s bad? Wait’ll he sees what I intend to put him through). Oh yeah: we also announce our movie choices for the next episode.
The Italian poster for ‘Blood and Black Lace”
Won’t you join us as we discuss these three films and decide if they are Treasure or Torture? Aw, c’mon! It won’t hurt…much…
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Time Stamps – :28 What’s New, 16:41 Trailer – What Ever Happened To Aunt Alice?, 18:38 Aunt Alice Comments pt. 1, 19:10 Voicemail, 20:13 Aunt Alice Comments pt. 2, 41:23 Trailer – Dead End, 43:02 Dead End Comments, 1:05:43 Trailer – Blood and Black Lace, 1:06:43 Blood and Black Lace Comments, 1:33:13 Contact Info, 1:33:42 Next Movie Choices, 1:36:29
“Blood And Black Lace” is, unfortunately, only available for purchase; it is currently not on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Video. There is full version of the film on YouTube, but it’s in Italian, and there are no subtitles that I can find.
The movies for episode #4 have been announced, and it sounds like there may be some Movie Treasure coming our way: “Dead End” (1937) starring Humphrey Bogart is Paul’s choice for me, and my choice for him is “Blood and Black Lace” (1964), the Mario Bava classic. ALSO: we view our first Listener’s Pick…and it’s from Paul’s mom: “What Ever Happened To Aunt Alice?” (1969). Paul and I do our first “Double-Feature Date,” and we will (of course) reveal our picks for the next episode (already have mine!). See you in two weeks!
Episode #3 is ready for your listening pleasure/torture! Force yourself to listen to this madness as Paul and I rip apart the cinematic masterpieces “Lady Terminator” and “No Escape.” Will I win the movie torture game, or will Paul take the lead? You’ll never guess how it turns out…so you might as well listen! Also: a voicemail message from Paul’s mom!
Hello friends! It is great excitement that we announce WE ARE FINALLY ON iTUNES!!!! With a ton of help from new friend Knives Monroe (check out his podcast Outer Haeven…also on iTunes) I was able to submit our show, and now we are 100% legit iTunes dwellers. Please check us out, subscribe to our cast, and give us all your money let us know what you think of the show! Also: don’t forget to let us know if you have any suggestions for our viewing pain/pleasure!
Hello friends! If you listened to Episode 2 already, you know that Paul (still bruised from watching “Sleepaway Camp”) has assigned me “No Escape” from 1994, starring Ray Liotta (love him!), and I have tasked Paul with “Lady Terminator,” the 1989 Indonesian ripoff masterpiece! Please join us so we have witnesses that can see what kind of hell we have thrust upon each other…
It’s here! Episode 2 is now online…please check it out! Paul and I discuss his choice, “The Warriors”, and I am actually able to tell him a couple of things he didn’t know about the movie (including how Ronald Reagan LOVED this picture!). We also discuss the seminal horror film “Sleepaway Camp”, which was SO exciting for me: horror fans know how much fun it is to find someone who has never seen this film before…TOP 10 BEST HORROR FILM ENDINGS EVER!!! (maybe even top 5!)
Please give us a listen…then give us a shout and let us know what you think!
If you have already listened to episode #1, you know that Paul has chosen the 1979 classic (can’t believe I haven’t seen it) “The Warriors” and I picked “Sleepaway Camp”, the historic slasher (and if you’ve seen it you know why) from 1983. Paul is positive I’m going to “skeev” him out at some point…will this be the film that makes him puke? Will it be too much horror for him to take? And what about me: will I be amazed by Paul’s choice, or will I curse the day he was born because he made me watch it? Please join us to find out!