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The Toxic Avenger star spills his guts

The Toxic Avenger star spills his guts

Robert Pritchard star of The Toxic Avenger and  Class of Nuke’em High gives us behind the scenes stories about the making of the classic Troma films. Plus his cameo in the remake of “Return to Nuke’em High.”

Then a BONUS – More from Keith & The Girl. I tell the story of the time I went to Michael Jackson’s estate for Joe Jackson’s birthday.

Listen to an interview with the stars of Return to Nuke’m High.

Listen to an interview with the director Lloyd Kaufman

Keith & The Girl’s  first appearance on the podcast


 

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“Drop Dead Fred” with Keith & the Girl

“Drop Dead Fred” with Keith & the Girl

Keith and the Girl’s Keith and Chemda  talk about Chemda’s favorite film of all time, ever, “Drop Dead Fred.” Yikes. Phoebe Cates has an imaginary friend  (Rik Mayall) who comes back in her life doing his best Beetlejuice impression. Apparently Fred is not real. I thought he was. You agree with me, right?  Watch the movie here. Go to our Facebook page to tell Chemda what you think.

Comedy writer and host Jonathan Corbett (“Dream Tweet”)  joins in too!

Here’s a link to some interesting “Drop Dead Fred” Fanfiction. It seems like the people who wrote it, also think that Fred is real. I can’t believe I was the only one.

 

“Larry Crowne” w/ Auggie Smith

“Larry Crowne”  w/ Auggie Smith

Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts slow things up in “Larry Crowne.” Comedians Auggie Smith and Joe Mortimer join us (me). Plus the show biz story of how Auggie got book on Lopez the day we got cancelled. If life is like a box of chocolates, then “Larry Crowne” is that creepy orange piece that you spit out.

Review… “Baby on Board”

Review… “Baby on Board”

Heather Graham is super hot and a good actress, but she fell into a string a of bad films for a long time. “Baby on Board” was one of them. She plays a career woman who has it all. A husband (Jerry O’Connell), a gay assistant, a bitchy boss, an understanding sister who has the family that Heather dreams of. Oh, the sister is married to Jon Corbett from “S#x and the City.” (Or is it “in?”)

Corbett is totally miscast as Jerry’s wacky, drug taking, wife cheating, fast talking best friend. Basically the John Candy character from “Splash” that seems to be in every kooky comedy. You know the guy who is happy being the devil and acts as both a bad influence and a cautionary tale for the main character.

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