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How to Host a Film Fest at Home

(I Googled “Sexy Sci-Fi”)

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Jeffy Branion talks about the 24 hour Sci-Fi film festival, “BiTFest,” he hosts in his home every year. Jeffy gives tips on how it’s done, What kind of chairs are the best, the best and worst films shown and mentions he went to Harvard about six times. (DRINKING GAME!) Watch Jeffy’s film mash ups. They are really cool and took a ton of work. Imagine watching them at 3 AM.

 

In two weeks, the live show review of “Birdemic” the movie featuring Frank Conniff and Eric Schaeffer! And bonus in two weeks… Justin Stolle sent in his review of the “Birdemic” book. Yes, there’s a book written by the director about making one of the greatest bad movies ever. You can buy the book, here.

Watch BiTFest Videos after the jump!

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Celeb Apprentice Made Me Sick

Celeb Apprentice Made Me Sick

Nicko & I return to talk about the most ridiculous, cry filled “Celebrity Apprentice.” After a week off Nicko is fire and so ampt’ed about the crazy  read head she forgot about making fun of Clay Aiken’s face.

Go to the “Proudly Resents” Facebook with your “Celebprentice”opinions. (look, I just made up a word.)

Celeb Apprentice Weak Too [sic]

Celeb Apprentice Weak Too  [sic]

Nicko talks Celebrity Apprentice week two. But mostly she insults me. We talk about bad plastic surgery and the fact that she doesn’t know the difference between “Star Trek” and Star Wars.” Also the perfect kids show, “Unicorn Transformers.”

Next week I’ll interview the head of the Razzies about the nominations and a writer from the Oscars will hopefully tell us the unused jokes and behind the scenes. If you have any questions to ask, email me. I’ll ask. I’m not afraid. Just watch me.

I didn’t get to do the other interviews this week b/c I’m shooting this show on Friday (behind the camera stuff) and last weekend was the 12 annual Sci-fi fest at Jeffy’s house. I’ll have a behind the scenes show about it in a couple of weeks.

Thursday March 1, in Los Angeles is the first Live episode of “Dream Tweet” the game show podcast. come to Bar Lubitsch on Santa Monica in LA. at 8:30. Say hi, laugh a little.

-Adam
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“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)

“Tron: Legacy” Reviewed by The Tron Guy, Jay Maynard

“Tron: Legacy” Reviewed by The Tron Guy, Jay Maynard
Adam Felber ("Live from the Poundstone Institute"), writer Paul Sullivan and a guy in a tight Tron suit get it Tron!

“Tron Guy,” Jay Maynard, joins us to review “Tron: Legacy.” A grown man dresses like the 80’s video game star “Tron” and becomes one a viral star. What does he think of sequel? Does it live up to the spandex?

Adam Felber (NPR’s “Live from the Poundstone Institute”), Paul Sullivan (“Sully Baseball” podcast) and Eric “Danger” Nienhaus join us to interview the internet meme “Tron Guy” and discuss this shambles of a sequel to Tron. Adam Spiegelman (this podcast) hosts.

To listen go to iTunes or press “play” on the player at the top of the post. Click “like” if you like it.

Thanks, Programs!

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“The Adventures of Pluto Nash” with @AdamFelber and star @varnado

“The Adventures of Pluto Nash” with @AdamFelber and star @varnado

We discuss and go behind the scenes of “Pluto Nash” w/ one of it’s stars, Victor Varnardo. Victor tells us tales of excess, nepotism, pampered celebs, sleeping w/ half of Canada and putting Tron toys up ones butt.  Wait, nepotism in the movies?

Adam Felber (Real Time with Bill Maher) and Adam Spiegelman (proudlyresents.com) torture their pal by recounting the best (worst) parts of the film.

This movie is a lot of fun to watch and yell at.

Rotten Tomatoes called this film the worst Eddie Murphy Movie of all time. And he made “Golden Child.”

CHECK THIS! If you can send in a good movie with “The Adventures of…” in the title we will send you a signed copy of “Pluto Nash.” Details in the show.

Listen to Felber and I talk about “Good Luck Chuck.”