Jimmy Dore & Stef get “Ghost Fever”

Jimmy Dore & Stefane Zamorano are forced to watch Sherman Hemsley’s horror/comedy/kids’ film with cursing, “Ghost Fever.” Our first Alan Smithee film!  It’s a family friendly film about two cops and racist ghosts and monsters and other random stuff. It’s a family film, for the Manson family! BOOM! Seriously, this is a classic good/bad film. I personally love it, but Jimmy and Stef are pissed  they had to watch.

This is the second time that I tried to review this film. Once with my bros Mike Spiegelman and Joey Lapenna. Joey f’ed up the ending by leaving his Iphone on and f’ed up the radio waves. If you want to hear it, let me know. The lost tape!

Next week is a holiday, so I’m going to take the week off. It’s our birthday, not yours, Nicko!

“Logan’s Run” with That Chris Gore

Chris Gore (From every podcast on itunes) picked “Logan’s Run” as  his second favorite guilty pleasure movie. It’s great. Good plot, very cheesy effects (well models and toy trains) and tissue box robots. Apparently in the future, there are no bras. Gore is his hilarious self as he talks about the history of the film and his favorite parts.

This is the last part of a two hour interview we did a while back. This is the turkey sandwich after Thanks Giving. The best part in between some fresh bread.

Listen before that red dot tells you to die!

No more Gore..Actually we might tape a new show next Tuesday. Send us a recommendation.

Next week is a slightly longer show with TV’s Frank from MST3000. We’ll talk about “Valley of the Dolls.”

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His first favorite guilty pleasure movie?  Click here. (sfw)

Steve Agee & Todd Levin on “R.O.T.O.R.”

Steve Agee (“Guardians of the Galaxy 2”) and “Conan” writer Todd Levin are on to talk about the Robocop rip off “R.O.T.O.R.” Hear about: pointless plots, bottomless gaffs, a  ‘roided out Tyne Daly with a gray mohawk, white guys in red face and Woody Allen robots. Plus Steve tells us how to get 1 million twitter followers and how having the ultimate dream job can be a nightmare.
Host Adam Spiegelman (“Proudly Resents”) pitches his new sitcom!

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