Just like an egg carton, our podcast now has it’s full dozen, the latest of which finally tackles the subject so widely discussed in Gyp-C’s houshold: how do you call people from Saskatchewan! Also on the menu is a post-mortem of our recent screening for B-Movie staple Bad Moon, which you shouldn’t watch if you’re allergic to failed 1980s acting wannabes, and then prepare ourselves for our upcoming screening of Bubba Ho-Tep.
Time flies like a pumpkin as our already-10th episode falls smack on Halloween week. No better time to unleashe Gyp-C’s love for She-Wolf of London, a 90’s fantasy TV show too good to be renewed for a second season. Just like T-Dog is too good a nickname for this French Canadian white boy, apparently… which gives way to a sorrow than can only be drowned by They Came from Outer Space!
It’s that time of year again, the onslaught of pilots and premieres flooding the TV landscape. Some are good, some are less, some are just begging to be Siskeled. Of course a pilot doesn’t always define the show, but it WILL impact the viewer’s willingness to sit their big Bat butt back down every week, same Bat time, same Bat channel. So will Gotham‘s beacon keep shining in our night sky? Will Forever prove its title wrong? Will Revenge inspire its fans to want some? And what about the Braverman‘s tendency to look for greener pastures?
Thanks to The Bearded Ones for sponsoring this episode. There, duty done. Now give us back our Hamster!
We made good on our resolution to watch the first episode of the 90’s “Classic” Acapulco H.E.A.T and recorded our session of snarking, snorting and laughing ourselves to tears. And because the official DVD release omitted to include an all too important commentary track, we decided to bestow fellow “fans” out there with our Messy Commentary.
All you need is the show’s first episode and your sense of humor. Then launch our track and wait for the countdown to start watching the wholesome cheese of the swimsuitiest spies on the planet.
Can our tastes change THAT much as we grow? Does everything tend to turn bad when the years go by? As we prepare for our ritual Midnight Classic Screening, we soften up the ravages of time by pitting Cary Grant and his most peculiar turn from the beloved Arsenic & Old Lace against the no-holds-barred camp of Fabio and his Acapulco H.E.A.T. Only one thing can seperate those two bitter rivals: A Rooster named Prince…