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Nic Cage’s “Wicker Man” with @AdamFelber

Nic Cage’s “Wicker Man” with @AdamFelber

Picture Credit: Ed Clews (click to see more)

Nic Cage’s “Wicker Man” is a must see & a cult classic. Scene after scene of “what-the-heckness?” awaits. Adam Felber (NPR, “Real Time W/Bill Maher”) joins us to discuss the worst remake ever and to find out, “How’d it get burned?”

This movie is over stuffed with bad lines, ridiculous plot twists… actually no plot twists. Oh, it ends with Nic Cage in a bear suit. Why? I don’t know. Listen to the show to find out.

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Recorded at RZO Hot House Studios by Sam V who has her own podcast “Naked Comedy.” Check it out.

 

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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.”

Vampire Private Eye Film

Vampire Private Eye Film
Tim Sudano Vampire/private eye film – “2nd Chance” is reviewed by Adam and Joe. The movie has added sound, narration for no reason and a confusing plot. But the awkward writing really makes this a must-see.
Can a San Fran filmmaker take on Hollywood with a video camera he borrowed from one of the actors? No, not this guy at least.
I found him when Tim Sudano went on a local podcast and said that Hollywood doesn’t do anything original…then he talked about his vampire film. The reviewer went nuts.
Here’s the link to the podcast (12 minutes in the host calls him out).
This is my first podcast yo! yikes!

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