Archive for June 2015
Daniel and Lee return to finish off their sex comedy series with a fairly in-depth look at 1984's "Revenge of the Nerds", as well as a bit of talk about the 1987 sequel and a very brief look at the aborted TV pilot and the made-for-TV sequels. Rape, racism, tits and toilet humor are all discussed this time out, as well as nerd culture in general. Also: listener comments and what we've been watching as of late, our favourite films from our Sex Comedy series and some recommendations for other sex comedies we didn't cover.
TOR.com article on "Real Genius" and "Revenge of the Nerds" here.
Featured music: "Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury: by Rachel Bloom. See the video.
Daniel and Lee are back with their second-to-last entry in their extended look at sex comedies. This time out they look at 1991's "Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College", and then they review the 1988 remake of Roger Corman's "Not of This Earth", featuring Traci Lords' very first non-porn performance. Also: listener comments, a round of Movie God, and what they've been watching as of late.
Featured Music: "Bestiality" by Ennio Morricone.
Lee and Daniel are finally back to continue our sex comedy series. This time out they taking a look at a film that may very well be the granddaddy of the modern sex comedy in Russ Meyer's "The Immoral Mr. Teas" (1959) and then they check out a real odd-ball from 1984 in "The Party Animal". Also: requests to you the listener for feedback and ideas for the Movie God game, and what we've been watching as of late.
Featured music: "Why Can't I Touch It?" by Buzzcocks
Lee is once again flying solo this week for another intermission episode, this time responding to a pair of listener comments, and talking about the buzz around a possible "Big Trouble in Little China" remake, with The Rock in the starring role. He also goes back into his written review archive and spills the beans on what he thought about "Hell Ride" (2008), "The Spirit" (2008),
"Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters" (2007), and "Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror" (2006).
Featured Music: "The Wild Angels Ballad (Dirge)" by Davie Allan and The Arrows.