A unique and enlightening cult classic, or just two middle-aged white dudes complaining for two hours? Maybe it’s both?
Dusty just wants less smoke in his life, so one day he walks away from it all. He’s a man searching for his roots, but what he finds instead may just be… Pure Country.
We’re back for season 4!
And to kick things off, we’re getting on the gag train that is Blazing Saddles. Does the famous screwball satire stand up after all this time?
We’ve come to the end of our third season, so as is tradition, we take long, thoughtful look back at the eighteen pairs of films we watched.
The evil has returned! We’re back at the cabin in the woods for an intense and gore-filled remake-and-also-a-sequel. Amy found it a little funny, Dan was pretty spooked, and Brad was just grumpy.
This week, The Crew starts to close out the remake series with 1981’s Evil Dead.
This week, Brad and Amy are joined once again by special guest Eric! Get your hater-ade out, because this week we’re watching the highly questionable 2013 remake of Oldboy, brought to you by Spike Lee!
This week, Brad and Amy are joined by special guest Eric! They talk about Oldboy (MAJOR SPOILERS DUH!), the experience of knowing something through Cultural Osmosis, and the overall impact of Park Chan-wook’s Vengeance Trilogy!
Hey neat! It’s another Bigger Picture! This week, Dan’s off globetrotting, so Brad and Amy keep it local by talkin’ all about Amy’s TIFF 2017 experience. Plus, Amy took Brad to his first ever Midnight Madness, so they talk about that, too.
It’s the spooky sensation that’s sweeping the nation! The Crew sits down to talk about the recent adaptation of Stephen King’s It.
This week, Denzel Washington is freaking out over this 2004 remake of The Manchurian Candidate!
This week, the crew gets brainwashed into killing each other! Or did they just attend a women’s gardening symposium all along…? Ya gotta tune in to understand it. It’s 1962’s The Manchurian Candidate!
This week, we got lost in time with Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt, and Madeleine Stowe in Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys! Plus, we somehow end up on the topic of Alfred Hitchcock’s legacy.
This week, it’s a short episode for a short film as we discuss La Jetée. While later remade into 12 Moneys, this film’s fingerprints can be seen and felt throughout all of cinematic sci-fi. Find out who liked it, and who didn’t!
This week, it’s time to get put on house arrest with The Beef himself! Shia LaBeouf takes us on a journey through voyeurism and old Apple computers in this remake of Rear Window. It’s Disturbia!
This week, we spend a little more time with our old pal Jimmy Stewart, but this time with a stellar Grace Kelly! It’s Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window.
Baby Driver, The Beguiled, The Big Sick — get it? The crew recaps it’s favourite B-movies, as well as just about every other movie we’ve seen this summer. Also included: a special bonus episode of Rock’s Office, and Amy’s upcoming Tiff-cation.
This week, Who’s Got Mail? Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan’ve Got Mail! E-mail, that is! Electronic…mail…It’s like a text, but like…older. Do kids use email? We are adults.
It’s You’ve Got Mail!
This week, The Crew stops in at The Shop Around The Corner. This gem from director Ernst Lubitsch stars Jimmy Stewart, Margaret Sullivan, and Frank Morgan, and was later remade into You’ve Got Mail (but that’s for next week). Honestly, we all kinda gush over this one. So it’s fun!
This week, it’s the movie so nice, they made it twice! Just kidding, it’s dark, depressing, and quite possibly unnecessary. Tune in as The Crew explores Michael Haneke’s shot-for-shot remake of Michael Haneke’s Funny Games!
This week, it’s a true test of friendship, as Brad makes The Crew watch Michael Henneke’s Funny Games from 1997. This movie was remade by the same director 10 years later, but how does the original hold up? Also, was Tim Roth in Movie 43? That’s a real question. None of us can remember, and we don’t wanna go back and check. LET US KNOW!
The following is a real quote from The Coen Brothers’ 2010 remake of True Grit: “Garbel holle? Hargle bargle mc-gaggle Cogburn.” Okay maybe not. Only one way to find out!
They say this is a podcast of [Camera zooms in on face]…True Grit (1969). But y’know who has no grit? The Beef. Is this making sense yet? Tune in, and all will be revealed…
Like two faces fusing together while screaming into the camera, this remake / prequel is a bit goofy, and fairly unnecessary.
The Thing is a tense, grotesque, and surprisingly fun film—a true horror cult classic. But also, Adele isn’t touring anymore??
This week, The Crew heads to the mall again for Zack Snyder’s directorial debut: Dawn of the Dead (2004). Other topics in this episode include (but are not limited to): The Santa Clause, Disturbed, and the last shot of the oft-forgotten horror/scifi train wreck that is Splice.
This week, The Crew heads to the mall to do some shopping, take some photos, and maybe kill a zombie or two in George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead (1978)!
The crew decides to test how much they really know about one another, at least in regards to ten super-specific topics.
This week, The Crew finds themselves stuck in a Chinese noodle shop in the middle of the desert. Some familiar characters turn up, but it’s mostly a barely recognizable remake of Blood Simple. It’s A Woman, A Gun, and A Noodle Shop!
It’s round two of Geek Out! Listen as the crew fails to name enough nursery rhymes, and Brad shows off his Brendan Fraser knowledge.
This week, The Crew watches the feature film debut from the Coen Brothers: Blood Simple from 1984. Dark, slightly bleak, and showing signs of the Coen Bros weirdness we’ve all come to love, Blood Simple establishes the Coens as masters of genre, but where does it rank according to Coen expert-in-residence, Amy? Tune in to find out!
Amy went to a music festival in the US mostly just to see Carly Rae Jepsen, Brad is really looking forward to seeing Smash Mouth in Burlington, and Dan almost saw Radiohead (but did manage to see Our Lady Peace, also in Burlington, maybe). The crew remembers some of their favourite live music experiences, as well as (naturally) their worst.
This week, The Crew tries their luck with Steven Soderbergh’s remake of Solaris (2002). Can Clooney save this sinking ship? Will the strength of the glorious Soviet Union crush the might of the American remake? Why does Amy tell Brad “You should be ashamed of that one?” All this and more!
Some might like to make a hard distinction between what is “highbrow” and “lowbrow” entertainment, but The Book of Mormon blurs thosr lines. What is “prestige” anyway? And why can’t it be rude?
It’s just such a great show.
This week, The Crew tries to stay awake for Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris (1972), as we kick off another pairing of reboots. Plus, we finally figure out a way to end all of our episodes! It only took 3 seasons, but we’ve really hit our stride. Also, this episode contains minor spoilers for Episode 12 of Riverdale. YOU’VE BEEN WARNED.
In this inaugural game of Geek Out Pop Culture Edition, Amy easily names two children who’ve won oscars, Brad taps into his vast knowledge of graphic novels, and Dan has a clown trapped in his mind.
This week, The Crew has some SHIT. TO. SAY. Last week, we talked about what we all agreed was probably our favourite movie on the remake journey so far. This week…oh boy. Just settle in as we pick apart The Kutch, The Mac, and everything else wrong with Guess Who.
Miley Cyrus is a government agent, Stanley Kubrick helped fake the moon landing, and the Earth is flat (according to B.O.B.). This week we take a deep dive into some of our favourite conspiracy theories. Or maybe they’re not simply theories at all?!?!
This week, The Crew absolutely GUSHES over this must-see classic. Sidney Poitier, Katherine Hepburn, Katherine Houghton, and Spencer Tracey. Plus, a dancing meat delivery boy. I mean, what more could you want?
The latest Fast and Furious film delivers pretty well exactly what you’d expect at this point—except Corona. We try and remedy that.
This week, we take Ole Blue Eyes and bring him into ~The Future~ with the 2001 remake of Ocean’s Eleven. Plus! Brad issues a public apology to Scarlett Johansson, Amy reveals a young obsession, and Dan does his best Don Cheadle.
We’ve finally all seen Beauty and the Beast, but we mostly can’t stop thinking (and talking) about Dan Stevens. #bppourguest
It’s time for some slick-talkin’ ex-military boys to rob a bunch of casinos. Because what else are they gonna do with their training? Also, we introduce a new segment: “Who Are You, New Follower?” All we know is that she vapes, so what?
We watched every Fast & Furious movie over the course of a single week, and lived to drive again. Our good friend and resident Furious super fan (aside from Brad) Nick Tiringer joins us in this XL and very special episode. And remember: NOS can’t go in most commercial vehicles.
Part 2 of our series on The Ring! This time, The Crew watches Gore Verbinski’s 2002 remake. Is it scarier? Will we survive another week? Tune in to find out!
Yeah, it’s been out for over a month, but now that we’ve all seen it, we couldn’t not talk about Get Out. It’s a surprisingly complex social commentary, a taunt thriller, and maybe the most astounding cinematic success story of 2017.
They say there’s an episode of BPP that, if you listen to it, The Crew calls you and tells you that you have 7 days to rate and subscribe to this podcast. Are you brave enough to listen to the Ringu episode? Only one way to find out…
There are several films coming this year that look fantastic, so which ones are we looking most forward to?
This week, The Crew is heading down to Boston, so get your awful accents ready, because it’s time to watch The Depahted! What’s Brad’s beef with Scorcese? Is this Jack Nicholson’s last great role? And what would it take for Amy to leave Matt Damon for Leo? All this and more!
The crew takes an episode to honour one of the less appreciated genres of cinema: the documentary. Which ones are great? We’ll tell you.
This week: The Crew watched Infernal Affairs, a Chinese film that was later made into The Departed. Amy gets a little silly, Dan gets a little wordy, and Brad gets a little flirty 😉
Colin Geddes was the programmer of TIFF’s Midnight Madness slate for twenty years, but he’s now left the position. As a tiny tribute to the man who’s largely responsible for making the Midnight Madness programme what it is today, we chat about our favourite midnight madness / cult / b-movies. Perhaps inevitably, we end up going on a large tangent about how perfect The Guest is.
This week: Can Amy save the podcast, or did Brad insult Dan beyond repair? How do we all feel about the desolate wasteland that is “Dystopia”? More importantly, which Dredd is the best Dredd? WHO IS THE LAW?!
This week, The Crew tackles another OG film, with 1995’s “Judge Dredd”. Who knew 96 minutes of Sylvester Stallone teaming up with Rob Schneider could be so lacklustre? Stick around for the end, where Brad pushes all of Dan’s buttons at once, and Amy tries to save the podcast! BONUS: Brad only does, like, 3 Stallone impressions. I’M SHOWING RESTRAINT, GUYS.
So the Oscars are over for another year, and they would have been completely ordinary had not the thing that everyone is talking about happened. Obviously we talk about that, plus other personal highlights from the “meh” Oscars that suddenly wasn’t.
This week, The Crew reaches its first verdict on which film is better. Is it the original, La Cage Aux Folles, or the remake, The Birdcage? Tune in to find out!
The La La Land bashing continues as we talk about the big silly award show that is the Oscars. We cover our (very informed, we swear) predictions, but also have an enlightening dialog regarding Jeff Bridges’ accent in Hell or High Water, and Viggo Mortensen’s award-nominated penis.
Welcome to Season 3 of Broken Picture Podcast. If you’re a new listener, welcome! If you’ve been with us for a while…umm…welcome! This season, The Crew is looking at classic films and the remakes that spawned from them.
Today, we look at La Cage Aux Folles. This 1983 french film was later made into The Birdcage, which we will discuss next week. Join us as our Quest for the Best and Search for the Worst continues!
This week, late to the party as usual, we reflect back on our favourite films from 2016. Meanwhile, Amy is certain that Now You See Me will become the next big-and-dumb movie franchise to rival Fast and Furious, and Dan continues his oceanic trend by insisting Mermaids are becoming a thing.
Retrospective! This week, The Crew takes a look back on our journey through the best and worst from 10 carefully selected (with a die) directors. Who did we love? Who did we hate? Plus: What are we doing for Season 3?! If Dan has his way, we’ll be taking to the high seas. Tune in to find out what it all means!
La La Land is a “musical” that we “liked” and couldn’t help but spend an entire episode ranting about.
This week, the crew wander aimlessly through Sofia Coppola’s “Somewhere”. More fun than watching a car drive in circles? Who can say. Also, Dan introduces us to the concept of “Willfully Difficult” films, but is Brad willing to listen?
We (obviously) love good cinema here, but we also love indulging in a more old-school medium: books. This week it’s all about books we enjoy making the trip to the big ol’ silver screen, and how literal that translation should (or should not?) be.
This week, the crew watches Sofia Coppola’s “The Virgin Suicides”, based on the novel of the same name by Jeffrey Eugenides. This episode features a bunch of great discussion on the male gaze, book-to-film adaptations, and the oeuvre of Sofia Coppola. Check it out!
This week, the crew takes a look at death—that cold, dark, inscrutable stranger. Which death scenes have affected us the most? Which ones are the most impressive? Is it healthy for someone to cry from start to finish during The Lion King? All this and more!
This week, the crew watches Wes Craven’s The Serpent and the Rainbow. Listen. Guys. This movie is a mess, and so this episode is a little more scattered than usual. But! If you hang in there, there is some GREAT stuff. Dan says “scrotum”, like, 10 times. It’s great.
The Crew recently went to a midnight screening of the cult classic “Turkish Star Wars”, and we could not not talk about it. For one of us, it’s our favourite film we have seen all year. Find out who!
This week, The Crew watches the first in the Scream series, as we examine Wes Craven’s Quest for the Best. Find out if this late-90’s slasher flick still holds up, and who Dan thought the killer was!
Today it’s all about us! We’re taking a break from talking about movies and instead chatting about how 2016 treated us.
A trenchcoat bug, a spoon kid, unnecessary baby woes, and much more combine to create a surprisingly forgettable ’90s movie. The only thing Guillermo del Toro learned from this experience is not to work with the Weinsteins. We, however, didn’t learn anything.
Today we’re talking about the island of warmth and festivities that helps us get through the darkness of winter, and the movies that make it special. Also, what makes a Christmas movie a Christmas movie, anyway (besides the obvious)?
Guillermo del Toro brings us a dark, violent, and compelling fairy tale cushioned inside the Spanish Civil War, cushioned inside World War 2. There’s a lot going on, but does it all still work 10 years later?
Today we focus in on franchises. The good, the bad, the Fast and the Furious, we pick our favourites and discuss what makes a franchise work!
Ridley Scott (with a lot of help from Brad’s old friend Damon Lindelof) has crafted a truly massive mess of an Alien prequel that was a challenge just to summarize, but very very easy to critizise.
Is any member of the crew truly human? Or are we such advanced replicants that we can’t tell the difference? Today on The Bigger Picture we find out, with a handy online quiz.
I’m not gonna lie to you guys, this episode ends with a Jessica Simpson song, but I won’t tell you which one! You’ll just have to listen to the end, J-Simps fans (all 3 of you).
Quest for the Best! The crew finds themselves in the very far-off future of 2019, where the line between life and replicant is blurry at best. Part noir, part sci-fi, and part 80s saxophone solos, it’s Ridley Scott’s self-professed most “complete film”—it might also be his strangest. Thanks, Philip K. Dick.
Inspired by the insanity that is Die Antwoord, this week we’re talking about artists who began their careers as singers, but have since taken to the silver screen (with varying degrees of success).
Once again, The Crew is stuck in Johannesburg, South Africa, this time for Neil Blomkamp’s “Chappie”. What is this movie even? What is on Hugh Jackman’s head? Why is Sigourney Weaver in this? DOES ANYBODY HAVE DIE ANTWOORD?!
We’re halfway through our Director’s series, so we thought we’d take some time to look back on the highs and low low low LOW lows of the list so far.
Get your moustaches on, and keep that black ink away from your mouth, it’s time to take care of some fookin’ prawns as The Crew watches Neil Blomkamp’s sci-fi refugee story, District 9.
Time to just chat about stuff we’ve enjoyed over the last few weeks!
Brad’s childhood is ruined as M. Night Shyamalan totally mishandles adapting the beloved anime into live action, proving also that he really shouldn’t helm blockbusters, ever.
This week, inspired by the (supposed) scariness of the Sixth Sense, the crew recounts moments from horror films that haunted us long after we watched them. Prepare to be sPoOkEd!!
Quest for the Best! The crew continues the Directors Series with M Night Shyamalan and his debut, The Sixth Sense. Tune in to hear about the time before he was a punchline!
The Bigger Picture! Today’s episode is all about Toronto on film. More specifically, the cities Toronto stands in for, and the few times it’s been able to shine on its own.
Search for the Worst! David Cronenberg takes on Hollywood, incest, and a lot of poop (seriously) with Maps to the Stars. We’d rather be in Videodrome.
The crew defines what makes a cult classic and pick their favourites! Brad and Amy do the Time Warp again while Dan looks forward with some futuristic sci-fi.
The crew quests for the best this week with David Cronenberg’s Videodrome. We feel icky, in a good way. Is Videodrome controlling us too?!
Due to the traumatic experience of watching the Psycho remake, the crew really had no other choice but to keep talking about awful (but also good!) remakes. More impassioned yelling ensued.
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew checks in to the Bates Motel with Gus Van Sant’s highly unnecessary remake of Psycho and immediately want to check right out.
Best Original Screenplay is one of the most contested categories at the Oscars each year. We look back at the winners, the losers, and the weirdos from 1990 to today
Our Director’s Series continues with Gus Van Sant. The crew watched Best Original Screenplay winner Good Will Hunting, but Brad wonders, what’s so “good” about him anyway?
This week, it’s all about the the Crew’s most used quips and quotes. From Foxcatcher to The Room, tune in to hear which films have taken over our diction!
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew goes bananas for Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes. Can Marky Mark save us all from certain death at the hands of Orangutang Paul Giamatti? Tune in to find out!
This week, the crew returns with dispatches from the Toronto International Film Festival. Come hear our TIFF favs and flops!
Quest for the Best! This week, it’s time to Jump in the Line with Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, BEETLEJUICE!
Today on The Bigger Picture, Dan and Amy have their tickets to TIFF, and Brad can’t wait to hear all about it!
Search for the Worst! This week, Bradley Cooper hugs it out with John Krasinski, Rachel McAdams makes fun of John Krasinski, and Bill Murray tries to kill everyone (including John Krasinski). It’s time to figure where Cameron Crowe went wrong with Aloha.
Welcome to The Bigger Picture (a division of Broken Picture Podcast)! This week, The Crew talk about music and film. Sometimes they work, and sometimes Jennifer Garner sings awful Huey Lewis karaoke. Check it out!
Welcome to Season 2 of Broken Picture Podcast! If you’re brand new, welcome! If you’re a long-time listener, thanks for sticking around. This season, we turn the camera around and hold the Captain of the ship accountable in our all-new Director’s Series. Kicking things off, The Crew hop on a bus with rock legends Stillwater in Cameron Crowe’s “Almost Famous”.
This week, it’s a SUPER SPECIAL EPISODE OF BPP! We present to you, our UNRELEASED pilot episode. One year ago, Dan, Amy, and Brad saw Furious 7 and then sat around a microphone and talked about it. Listen as we mumble, grumble, and stumble our way into your hearts
We will back on SEPTEMBER 13TH with an all new theme for our next Quest for the Best and Search for the Worst. Until then, keep watching movies!
Quest for the Best! This week, The Crew takes a trip down to Blaine, Missouri in Amy’s pick for personal best: Waiting For Guffman. Everybody dance!
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew watches Amy’s pick for Worst Movie! It’s a tall order, but after careful consideration, Amy was able to whittle her shortlist down to the implausible, baffling, and truly broken “Tip Toes”.
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew takes a trip through Dan’s personal best: Samsara. This visual cinematic experience is completely dialogue free, and features no real plot structure, so how can it be so loved by all 3 of us? Tune in to find out!
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew watches Dan’s pick for Worst Movie: Movie 43. Listen as we all lose our minds (and Dan loses a friend in Brad)!
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew watches Brad’s favourite movie of all time, Singin’ In The Rain. Listen as he becomes so overwhelmed with joy that he forgets the names of nearly everyone!
Search for the Worst! This week, it gets personal as Brad forces his dear friends to watch The Amazing Spiderman 2 as his personal pick for Worst Movie. Sorry, guys.
Quest for the Best! Join the crew as we sit down and talk about all the great films we’ve seen on the IMDb Top 20. Do we still love 12 Angry Men? Does one of us still not like Forrest Gump? Who decides what movies make it into the Top 20? All this and more!
Search for the worst! This week, the crew looks back on the ups and downs of the Search for the Worst. Have we found a definitive worst? No. Did we have a blast? Oh you betcha. Join us as we stroll down (awful) memory lane!
Quest for the Best! WE DID IT! 40 movies and nearly a year of our lives later, the crew have finally reached the #1 rated movie on IMDb. Without further ado, it’s Shawshank Redemption.
Search for the Worst: Get all of your personal biases, put ’em in a box, wrap it up, and throw a bow on top because this week The Crew is watching the #1 WORST RATED MOVIE ON IMDB. It’s Saving Christmas!
Quest for the Best! Have you ever wondered what Brad and Dan’s awful Al Pacino impressions sound like? Have you ever wanted Amy to give you a great, precise breakdown of the events of The Godfather Part II? Well, this is the episode for you! Join us as the crew digs deep into the Second Greatest Film of All Time* with The Godfather Part II.
*Third greatest according to IMDb.
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew saw Mother’s Day in theatres and unanimously decided that it deserved to be #2 , because IT’S A HOT STEAMING MESS AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew watches The Godfather. Dan and Brad struggle to remember everyone’s name, and Amy has factual, well-rounded ideas about the movie (but also also delivers the funniest line any of us have ever said). It’s a blast!
Search for the worst! This week, the crew gets a little bigger! Special guests Rory and Denis take us to Mars, where the battle for joy meets the constant oppression of mass production. Also, a man dresses up like a polar bear. It’s Santa Claus Conquers the Martians!
Quest for the Best! Oooooooh it’s here. It’s finally here. The most recent addition to IMDb’s Top 20. We’re talking , of course, about The Dark Knight. Swear to me that you’ll listen to this episode. SWEAR TO MEEEEEE
Search for the Worst! Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse — it does! This week, the crew sits down to take in Zombie Nation, our first film on the “worst” list to feature a repeat director. Also, the crew finds the best scene in any movie ever. EVER.
Quest for the Best! Welcome back! This week, the crew piece together the intricate storylines of Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece, Pulp Fiction. Find out which of us has a secret hidden in a box, which of us knows what Marcellus Wallace looks like, and which one of us is a bad motherfucker.
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew hops in to our flying coffins and takes a trip to Prague (or is it L.A.?). Join us as we sort myth from reality, legend from truth! Mostly we wonder why Dracula would ever need to make a dentist appointment. So sharpen your fangs and get down to that one Christmas song from Home Alone, it’s Die Hard Dracula!
Quest for the best! This week, the crew takes on their most serious film yet. It’s Spielberg’s only appearance on the top 20 with Schindler’s List.
Search for the worst! What do a magic book, a pill-popping wife, and government conspiracies all have in common? We’re not really sure either, but come listen to us try to piece it all together as we sit down to watch Fateful Findings.
Quest for the best! This week, the crew gets judicial with 12 Angry Men. This 1957 classic remains (unfortunately) very timely. Find out why! And stick around to hear the worst pun you’ve ever heard!
Search for the Worst! Just when you thought Titanic couldn’t possibly get worse, the crew brings you the most absolutely disjointed, broken movie the have witnessed so far. It’s Titanic: The Legend Goes On!
Quest for the Best! AYEAYE AAAAAH. This week, the crew heads out to the Wild West, and checks out The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Get diggin’.
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew takes a trip to Vermont, California to dance under a disco ball and get married. Confused? Us too. It’s Amy’s DVD COPY of Ben and Arthur!
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew visits Middle Earth for the last time in Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.
Search for the Worst! Strap in for a big ole special DOUBLE FEATURE episode. This week, the crew watches Birdemic: Shock and Terror, followed immediately by Birdemic 2: The Resurrection.
Quest for the Best! The crew watches movie #10, but can’t talk about it. Like, obviously we talk about it, but the joke is that it’s Fight Club, and the first rule is—y’know what just listen to this episode, it’s real good.
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew watched The Hottie and The Nottie. Tune in for a special, rare, UNANIMOUS DECISION. This one gets weird.
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew looks at the very first Lord of the Rings film. Is this the one film to rule them all? Find out!
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew tries really hard to untangle the self-fulfilling prophecy that is Disaster Movie. Alas, it’s all in the title.
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew heads to Hoth as we review Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. And you thought we smelled bad on the outside…
Search for the worst! This week, the crew sits down to watch Foodfight! As this is one of Amy’s favourite bad movies, expectations were high, and boy were they met. Tune in and find out which one of us might be broken beyond repair!!
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew sits down on our favourite park bench to listen to the ramblings of one Forrest Gump. For some of us, it’s our very first time! Tune in and find out if this classic holds up over 20 years later.
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew checks out a movie so bad, even Adam Sandler won’t admit that he’s in it. Batten down the hatches, we’re Going Overboard.
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew is waiting for a train. Layers and layers. Dreams within dreams. Where does it all end? Mal?! MAAAAAAAL?! BWAAAAAAAAHN
Search for the Worst! Manos: The Hands of Fate is one of the most legendary bad movies of all time. The crew found a copy hidden in a hotel somewhere in the desert. We’re the groundskeepers now while the master is away…
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew checks out One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Spoilers: It’s still good! Most importantly, Brad makes his favourite pun so far.
Search for the Worst! This week, the sequel that nobody asked for: Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2. The night is STILL young, and so are we!
Quest for the Best! This week, the crew watches Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. While the trilogy appears in its entirety on the list, Two Towers is the first to make an appearance. Boil up some po-tay-toes, and ride into Rohan!
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew swears allegiance to bad movies with Pledge This! How far has the National Lampoon franchise fallen? How long can we watch Paris Hilton before our eyes fall out? On a scale of 1-11, how much does Dan hate this movie? Find out!
Ever since we can remember, we’ve wanted to do a movie podcast. This week, the crew looks at Goodfellas. Turns out, Joe Pesci is in fact funny. Like, ha ha funny.
Search for the Worst! This week, the crew checks out Daniel the Wizard. What we didn’t know going in, was that the film has a surprise guest in the form of a hilarious subtitle author. Guess which one of us genuinely enjoyed this movie!
This week, on our quest for the best, we look at The Matrix. Dan ponders on the nature of reality, Amy tells us that “Movies don’t matter”, and Brad takes us on a tangent that nobody asked for about Marvel movie sequels. THIS WEEK’S QUESTION: Is there free will?
Search for the Worst! This week, we look at United Passions, a movie for FIFA, by FIFA. Strap in as the crew take a look at the world’s longest Heritage Moment.
Grab your lightsabers and your most attractive sister, it’s time to watch Star Wars! Find out which of us adamantly defends the prequels, and which one thinks Lucas should quit forever. Weeeeeee!
Search for the Worst. The crew dives back down to the bottom for Final Justice. An old sheriff is on the hunt for a glass of milk. Can he do it, or will it be an UDDER waste of time? Because utter and udder. Do you guys….? Guys?
The Quest for the Best begins! This week, the crew opens up the top 20 films as rated on IMDb. It begins with Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai (1954). Much like Kurosawa, we make mad films. ‘Kay we don’t make films. But if we did, they’d have a samurai.
The Search for the Worst: Age of Tomorrow
It’s the first episode! This week, The Crew sits down to watch Age of Tomorrow. Not to be confused with Edge of Tomorrow. That’s the good one. It’s a tough watch, but we’re DOING THIS FOR YOU.