Episode #283: Elizabeth Shuffle

March 25th, 2020
  • Red Lights (Elizabeth Olsen)
  • Waking Madison (Elizabeth Shue)
  • Man on a Ledge (Elizabeth Banks)

All these Elizabeths have been in my orbit lately, so paying them tribute seemed the only way to go.  Trusting each of them as actors, all 3 movies were unseen prior to the episode.  Happy to report I have happy things to report.  Take a sniff:  it smells like a burger, a soccer ball, and a hammer!

Links:  Bitter Balcony TMNT episode

Episode #255: Space - The Bechdel Frontier I

February 17th, 2019

 GUEST HOST:  VALKYIRE!!

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

 So much of science fiction represents society that has grown past our petty distinctions into a better world.  The question is how successful are the stories themselves in getting past some of the same obstacles?  We take a step back from some of our favorite things to see if they hit the mark from a particular perspective.  It shouldn't be hard to meet the expectations, but do all 3 movies do that?  Part one gets the ball rolling...

Notes:

Strange that we'd somehow bypass the Mads of Mikkelsen.  Fear not, here's an entire episode about him.

Here is the Death Star Canteen bit with some lego animation.

Episode #191: Flubisode IV - Live Free or Flub Hard

August 15th, 2016

The time for mistakes is upon you!!  Never heard us screw up, you say?  Well then, you have more episodes to seek out on the Podbean.com page!

As the struggle of schedules, guests, and locations continues, it seemed the right moment to hit you with an overdue Flubs episode.  The clips here go all the way back to episode 152, so you've got plenty of Chris & David along with some guest host bits from the last year & change.  

Just to keep us honest, there were only 88 clips to be wrangled into this tasty mess-up meal.  Don't spoil your dinner and tell your friends!  But tell them to listen to other episodes before listening to this one...  This isn't the place to nurture a new person's love for us.  

For those who adore the fails & extras - here are the 1st 3 flubisodes: 4898151.

- One of the longest 'unknown noise' moments is actually stomach grumbling, just in case anyone imagines something more sinister.

Here's a clip for most of us who don't know/remember who the hell Robert Vaughn is: Magnificent Seven  Vaughn speaks at 1:30.  
also - here's an interview & some lawyer commercials:  Vaughn 2

Episode #169: Summer Summary Slut Spectacular

September 25th, 2015
Avengers: Age of Ultron/
Mad Max:  Fury Road (fully discussed in #163!!)/
Jurassic World/
Terminator Genysis (now further discussed in #242!!)/
Ant-Man/
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation/
Straight Outta Compton (now fully discussed in #180!!)/
Ex Machina (now fully discussed in #236!!)/

*also a bit of TV hero talk - not something we do a lot..*

 

We mention Pitch Perfect 2 & Tomorrowland, though we had not seen them.

Another blockbuster parade has come & gone.  Now we deliver to you our list of what made this summer worth watching.  While having its fair share of strikes & gutters, this year nevertheless delivered.

Marvel is now in full swing and the other studios are frantically striving to touch that high water mark.  One could argue that there’s never been a better time to be a movie goer.  Action, sci-fi, adventure, drama, intrigue, heist & heart alike;  Heck, even a Jedi will crave these things come the end of the year!  We sluts be fans.  
What are we fans of all we discuss, you ask?

Well, tune in & find out.  Come on, dooo ittt!! Listen, we're heeere!!

Episode #153: Our Helen Keller Tribute

January 18th, 2015
Disabilities be damned this week as we deliver an episode complete with comedy, romance & swashbuckling bravado.  We try to be the Three Wise Sluts (though there are only 2 of us - & we're not apes exactly).  We wanted to cover a wide range with our salute, and what with the heavy subject matter, we hope you approve of our selections.  As all were products of the later 80's, "political correctness" was an underdog; filmmakers/comedians were able to skirt the lines of bad/good taste with, shall we say, broader strokes.  
Let's just hope that we do these justice.  Please do offer suggestions if you feel these did not hit the topic just right.  Also, here is a link to the prison play sketch we referred to for Richard Pryor.  

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