Adam Felber and Andres Du Bouchet perform their classic “tough” movie reviewers from the “website” “Ain’t Everything Cool dot Yes!” They’ve done these characters a few times over the years on the podcast. Always funny.
Here are a couple of past reviews from “Ain’t Everything Cool Dot Yes”:
Bonus clips from interviews of Orlando Jones, filmmaker Jeremy Sklar and Nicko. Also Andres Du Bouchet (“Conan” writer) and Adam Felber (“Wait…Wait Don’t Tell Me”) have a new “Ain’t Everything Cool dot Yes.”
Every years about 15 people cram into a mancave and watch sci-fi films for 24 hours straight. I brought my microphone and documented the whole thing. Did I survive? Well, yes.
For the past 12 (coming on 13) years, Jeffy & Jackie have been hosting a 24 hour sci-fi fest in their home. It’s called “BiTFest” (Boston is too far). From noon to noon, a group of friends stay captive in the video room/converted garage to watch science fiction films. I’ve gone for the past 5 or 6 years. I think. Last year I recorded the event. Get an inside look! or and inside listen.
Coming up, hear the full post fest trivia game and an interview with the man who puts on the festival in his place every year, Jeffy Branion.
Original audience member John Santry tell the back story after the jump…
Back by popular demand! Jeff Cesario and Adam Felber’s show, “Chet and the Psycho Killer.” It’s a sports show and I know nothing about sports. Ok, the show hasn’t aired anywhere, Jeff wants to do a show with his very funny sports character and we recorded a couple of shows. Check it out, it’s very funny.
Thanks to Chris Gore, Jeff, Adam and Don the accountant.
Daniel Tosh talks about the movie classic “Tiptoes.” Even the Tosh knows a good bad movie when he’s force to see it.
If you’d rather listen to a review then watch it, we got it! Big shot TV writers Adam Felber (Real Time with Bill Maher) and Todd Levin (Conan) joins me talk about the little person show.Garry Oldman is wearing shoes on his knees to play a little person! Like “Dorf on Golf.” Need we say more? Ok, lets.. EMMY nominated writers Adam Felber and Todd Levin join non-nominated Adam Spiegelman to talk about “Tipoes,” Gary Oldman’s big career misstep, what jobs are recession proof, why Peter Dinklage is a jerk and the all white “What’s Happening.”
Neil Breen’s (“Pass Thru”) second film is actually called “I Am Here….Now” (trailer below). It’s fantastic from the moment you notice the error in the title. In the title! This is a crazy movie. It opens with Jesu
not Jesus coming from outer space in a paper weight (yep) to stop corruption and literally lay with a prostitute. Also this movie has an environmental message. This is one of the crazier movies we’ve reviewed on this show. Judith Benezra (TV’s Chuck) and Adam Felber (Radio’s NPR) guest review and HATE this movie. I loved every second.
Watch the movie below.
Here’s the plot from the Neil Breen movie on IMDB –
“Disappointed by its creation, the almighty being that created Man arrives on Earth in a human form and interacts with various troubled, wicked and sinful people on his journey to Vegas.”
Steven Seagal is “The Glimmer Man.” Keenen Ivory Wayans is the poor guy stuck as his partner. Emmy winner Chris Regan (“Shatner Rules”) and Local Emmy loser Paul Sullivan (Sullybaseball.com) were forced to watch this movie. They are back with a full report. I walked out of this movie when it came out. And I saw it on a plane. Hello. But listener and former guest Bucky Sinister suggested the film. I’m a man of my word… but shit man… what did I ever do to you? Seriously. Jeez.
“The Gravy Man” was one of Seagal’s last chances at getting back in the movie game. His last chance to play a cop, before actually being one.
But buddy cop films are not as easy as they seem. Stalone makes throwing out cool lines look effortless and Eddie Murphy can make any temper tantrum look funny. But it doesn’t mean any Tom, Dick and Henry Jaglom can just jump in squad car.
There’s the good, the bad the ugly. “The Glimmer Man” is the bad.
Here are the past reviews of the good and the ugly. You figure out which is which.
(I know I promise Chris Gore and Logan’s Run. But Chris told me he couldn’t promote it until January, so I’m going to hold it for a couple of weeks. I have some great shows in the can, including guests like Wayne Federman, Sharon Houston, Nicko, and the guys from “Story Worthy.” I’m going to record “Hard Ticket to Hawaii” with Nicko this week and try to turn it around for next week.)
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APM’s Rico Gagliano & NPR’s Adam Felber join us to discuss the movie “Rocky IV.” The movie was the height of the cold war craziness that swept our country in the 80’s. Did Stalone begin the jingoism with “Rambo 2” and continue it the fourth Rocky?
Felber tells us what ‘s like to be in a bubble on Bill Maher. Gagliano gives us the behind the scenes of his new radio show “The Dinner Party.” We find out Dolph Lundgren’s dirty litter secret (He’s smart). Also host Adam Spiegelman reveals his very strange teenage crush.
Listen to the show on the website or go to Stitcher or iTunes.
Here’s Rocky’s inane speech at the end of the movie.
This week we review the religious, dead-guy-turns-to-dog movie starring Gary Busey. Busey is in full Busey form. Here’s his creepy interview he did for the movie. It makes little sense, but it has cheesy music behind it.
Wednesday the podcast episode will drop with out review/recap of this classic dead-guy-turns-to-dog movie starring Gary Busey movie called “Quiggly.”