As your Thanksgiving Day present, we present to you Generic Nicolas Cage Movie #64. If you don’t think that’s anything to be thankful for, remember, it could always have been The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.
This week, Die Hard staring Gerard Butler as the foul-mouthed hero, Robert Forester as General Bad Idea, and Angela Bassett as the full of faith in our hero boss. Join us as we review 119 minutes of US National Monument destruction.
We finally buff a classic Marilyn Monroe movie and make more sexual innuendos and drug jokes than this movie does…and that’s saying something. Come fill your nostalgia for Nick At Night, and join us as we buff The Seven Year Itch.
Remember, remember, the Fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot. I know of no reason why the Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot…but what of the movie?
For our Halloween episode we dig into a lesser known horror film starring Jennifer Lawrence shot at every good angle she’s got, chest and butt. So turn off the porch lights and dig into your halloween candy as we buff House at the End of The Street
Listen as we rundown the list of reasons we didn’t want to watch this movie. Carl tells jokes while Rod defends Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s acting and Peter Berg’s directing ability.
In honor of the passing of Tom Clancy, The Team of Debauchery gets together to discuss the first (and arguably best) film adaptation of his novels. Join in and hear how we feel about Sean Connery’s accent, 90′s film effects, and how many times we can creep out Rod by talking about seamen. In retrospect, we’re kinda glad Tom’s not here to hear this.
This episode is worth listening to just to figure out what the heck “The Chinese Phantom Zone” is. But we didn’t stop there, we’ve got hot Lisa/Skullie/White Snake/Green Snake visuals! And if that doesn’t do it for you…why are you subscribing to this podcast?
Carl, Lisa, and Skullie, get together and create a generic episode of this generic action-spy-thriller. We think we did better than the movie, and the movie wasn’t that bad.
Rod aims to pick a raunchy movie and still manages to bring in a Rom-Com. What does a knock-down-drag-out between Carl and Lisa sound like, and how does a Kevin Smith movie about amateuer porn lead to the longest anti-semitic rant in MitB history? You’ll have to listen to learn.
Rod is back with an internet connection straight out of 1997, and a microphone with ADHD. Skullie is too sick to bitch about bad science. What we’re left with is a slightly dated action flick that reminds us how pure and naive we were before the events of 9/11.
Rod misses out on seeing a movie none of us recall coming out last year at this same time. It may be because, besides the case, there is nothing really memorable about this movie to begin with. A wanna-be firefighter tribute in this weeks episode of Fire with Fire.
Watching possibly the most gayest man lie to a girl about being gay just to get what he wants is like trying to understand how two average men who kill a family of four in cold blood are not monsters. Read the book people. Also Carl & Lisa’s internet showed its true suck today…please forgive us.
We tried as hard as we could folks, but we absolutely could NOT get Skullie to come on the air and discuss hot teenage lesbian sex. But hey, there’s still teenage lesbian sex.
Grab some popcorn and join us on this fun filled razzing of old cartoons and noir detective flicks, also you’ve gotta hear who ends up in the threesome with Jessica Rabbit (hint, it’s not who you think).
I tried to come up with a tagline for this episode that was better written than Highlander…well that was easy. The disturbing thing was that Rod spent time this episode casting a version of Highlander that would be WORSE than this movie…which I wasn’t sure was possible.
Sorry for the screwup earlier.
We had to turn off our brains to enjoy this movie, but enjoy it we did. You might have to turn off your brain to enjoy this episode…if only to avoid the image of Guy Pierce giving Rod a prostate exam. To understand that, you’ll just have to listen.
We go live inside the eco-dome to see what our four stars think of the movie they just saw. Listen in as we secretly record their innermost thoughts.
Warning: This episode may or may not contain Graphic Time Travel, Adult Romance, and Hipster Psychosis. Now that we’re done talking about US, let us tell you about the movie.
We all knew what we were going to get when we decided to watch a Jason Statham movie, but who could have foreseen the level of racism and offensive humor…and we’re not talking about the movie.
What happens when you take WW2 era Japanese soldiers and pit them against Ghost Rider, the Hulk, the CDC guy from Walking Dead, Generic Indian #1, Generic Indian #2, the guy who shits himself in the presence of Tom Cruise, and a Russian who never saw Star Wars? We thought it would be worth finding out this Independance Day, we even invited Brian Provost to find out with us…. Yea, our bad. Sorry ’bout that, Brian.
The guy who brought us Ultraviolet wonders what would happen if the Matrix and Fahrenheit 451 had a love child. We wonder if it’s too late to order an abortion. But why did Skullie say “If you gotta do maintenance on Father, you might wanna back him up somewhere?” Tune in and find out!
Let’s quote the bible, stab Uma in the heart, do the twist, shoot our friends, drink a 5 dollar shake, cut some rapists, tell bad jokes, and store some dead niggers. Now go 5 star my podcast it’s, the one that says bad mother fucker in the description.
Skullie has an award for Tim Roth she’d like to give him personally, Rod compares the movie to Skullie’s sex life, Lisa sums it up with Cop, Cop, fuck i’m dead. and Carl is looking for a sign on the warehouse that says “Dead Cracker Storage.”
Robb Wynne joins us to defend this View Askew film from the ravages of Rod while the rest of the cast sit firmly on the fence and break our hymens.
Listen to the Team of Debauchery take on the worst movie they’ve seen since the fabled SPANISH ZOMBIE PORN. Join us on a trip through what happens when Rod forces us to watch a movie with no redeeming qualities.
Heath Ledger and the cast of Pirates of the Caribbean team up to do Robin Hood as a western. The result is a fairly accurate based on a true story historical period piece that Skullie hates.
Reviewing a movie whose working title was Inconvenience means the team spends a lot of time on sidetracks talking about our own menial jobs. Skullie goes on a blowjob rant, Rod delves into necrophilia, and the whole crew is forced to pull him out. Just another normal episode of Movies in the Buff as we review Clerks, by our second favorite nerd director, Kevin Smith.
Carl wants to slaughter the crew, Rod can’t stop trying to pluck eyebrows, Lisa can’t follow the plot, and Skullie’s off to visit P Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way Sidney.
What’s wrong with podcasting? Nothing’s wrong with it. That’s good, honest work, that’s someone’s ear holes we’re filling. It’s not like we’re doing complex mathematics, organic chemistry, or psychotherapy. But somehow we all seem to have problems just as big as Will’s, I HATE them apples.
Rod’s not here to get himself in trouble, but Carl certainly doesn’t hold back. Which is ok cause Lisa doesn’t either. all her talk of saving horses. Our conversations verge on inappropriate underage sex. Hey, we gotta come up with something more inappropriate than an episode 69 joke. While Chloe Mortez plays a 13 year old runaway who gets caught up with a psychotic former rodeo rider and a drug addicted grifter, her life quickly spirals downward to places that are just plain illegal in any of these 50 states. But this is a feel good drama so she gets to move to LA in the end and live happily ever after, so that makes all of it OK.
Join us for a tale that is taller than Matthew McGrory, freakier than Steve Buscemi, crazier that Helena Bonham Carter, and more beautiful than Marion Cotillard. Big Fish will leave your heart with a feeling that is fuzzier than Danny Devito on a full moon.
As Ben Affleck says, “You gotta do the safe picture. Then you can do the art picture. But then sometimes you gotta do the payback picture because your friend says you owe him.” Kurt, J.T. I don’t care what Jonathon Mostow did for you, you didn’t owe him this much.
Talk, talk, boobs, talk, talk, talk, boobs, some balls joke, drugs, and then more talking… oh yea, boobs.
Join us for an alcoholic coma inducing round of the MiTB Drinking Game and the most outrageous true story this side of Ripley’s. This show is so awesome Skype couldn’t handle it. Hey Skype, knock, knock.
Matthew Broderick and John Hughes join forces to take us back to a simpler time. A time before Iraqi wars, tiger’s blood, teenage pregnancy, warlocks from Mars, and Rod.
We bring together an all-star cast and try to hold it together with Elijah wood who’s way too young, and Tia Leoni who’s acting is so bad that at the end of the night even her husband doesn’t believe it. In short: Armageddon did it better.
We see the zombies from their own point of view and see how they handle all those day-to-day problems, like gun toting soldiers, hunger, and ED: erectile dismemberment.
I need a tagline. And a plot that isn’t so wandering. And answers to the questions you raise. It’s really pretty though.
In the midst of the buildup to World War 2, Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush work out the differences between an Australian commoner and a British Royal with a speech impediment while Helena Bonham Carter practices being not crazy.
Possibly the worst movie we’ve ever reviewed. This movie stars no one you’ve ever heard of, other than that one black guy from MASH, and sounds like William Shatner was the dialogue coach for the entire cast. But hey, this is what you get when we get no audience feedback.
Teenage girls to crazy inappropriate shit, and THEN they flip the fuck out. Rod Triple Dog dares you to watch this movie.
Helena Carter is suicidal, Brad Pitt is a voice in my head, Ed Norton is insane, and B4TankGirl plays the drinking game. I’m am Jack’s Awesome Movie Podcast.
Tonight we discuss Matt & Trey’s musical attack on censorship, bad parenting, war, the apocalypse, and Saddam Hussein. We also answer the greatest question of all. What would Brian Boytano do? He’d kill Kenny, that bastard, but then he’d listen to this episode!
Rod can’t get it, Lisa can’t keep up with it, Skullie can’t defend it enough, and Carl can’t stay awake.
Ron Pearlman stars in a pulp fiction, Cuthulu-driven tentacle porn.
Malcolm Reynolds and Doogie Howser battle to the death for Felisha Day’s heart…and other important body parts. Join us as we discuss Joss Whedon’s first Emmy-award winning production.
This movie will teach you how to play poker and the kinds of childhood friends you don’t need to hold on to. Seriously, who here hasn’t had a friend like this that you had to kick to the curb? I sincerely hope you did it before he fucked you over as much as Worm did Mike. He’s such a bad friend, I’m going to go back three episodes and just say No more Oreo’s for That man!
John McClain, Severus Snape, Carl Winslow, and the Vice Principal from Breakfast Club get together to create a Christmas movie and they came up with this shoot-em-up, blow it up, terrorism-based cop movie that would become a franchise. There is so much death destruction and mayhem in this film that we really expected the movie to end with Steve Urkel leaning in from out of frame saying “Did I do that?”
Despite what Skullie and Lisa wish, XXX is the TITLE, and not the rating for this neo-Bond action flick. This movies is full of stunts with (and in) sleek sexy hardbodies, but enough about the cars, seriously if you’re drooling over the cars in this movie, I feel sorry for you, cause you’re ignoring all the half-naked sluts (including Vin Diesel).