Well first of all, we have to start this episode with a tribute and moment of silence for Adam West who passed away the day of the recording. Then after the opening, we go into space. First with arguably the only good movie Paul WS Anderson has ever done Event Horizon with Laurence Fishburne and Sam Neil. Then it's time for a mindbending feelsfest by Christopher Nolan known as Interstellar.


Stitched Up Heart - Event Horizon

Han Zimmer - No Time For Caution

William Shatner - Rocket Man

Next time, well we will be staying in space, for the next two weeks actually. Because it's time for another retrospective, this time the Alien franchise.

Outtakes: Movie titles that sound like pooping.


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Tales From the Cryosphere: Anchorman

June 8, 2017

Alright, you smelly pirate hookers, it's time to revisit the laugh a minute Will Ferrell classic Anchorman! Get your copies ready and remember the rules: No touching of the hair and face, and that's it!


Starland Vocal Band - Afternoon Delight

Kansas - Carry on Wayward Son


Episode 105: Get Smart and Kingsman The Secret Service

June 4, 2017

Spy comedies are the subject at hand today, first up the 2008 remake of the 1960s TV show Get Smart starring Steve Carrell and Anne Hathaway. Then the very recent movie Kingsman featuring Colin Firth, Michael Caine and Samuel L Jackson. Plus Scott's the tired one this week, Jake does more terrible impressions, stories about shitty incidents at strip clubs and wasp nests, and much more.


Slipknot - Heretic Anthem

Rob Zombie - Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga

Slipknot - Opium For the People

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird

Next week we go into space with Interstellar and Event Horizon.

Outtakes: Sean breaks up a fight, Scott wants American accents


Episode 104: Children of the Corn and The Thing

May 29, 2017

After only 2 episodes, we decide fuck it and talk about Stephen King and John Carpenter again, this time with Children of the Corn and The Thing. This one’s a little on the short side (well, shorter than usual) as Sean doesn’t like one of the movies that much and Scott was a little distracted while taking notes.

Music is pretty much all Korn:

Children of the Korn feat Ice Cube

Take Me

A Different World feat Corey Taylor

Next week, spy comedies are the subject. So we will be talking Get Smart with Steve Carrell and Kingsman The Secret Service

Outtakes: Why “Today Is a Good Day” bothers Scott, and Jake reads off the filmography of a porn star.


Tales From the Cryosphere: The Stuff

May 25, 2017

On this week's Cryosphere, we revisit part of Scott's Apocalypse trilogy with 1985's The Stuff. Do we have another Adrienne Barbeau situation in this episode? Grab your DVDs, cups of shaving cream and find out!


Of Mice and Men - Unbreakable

Notorious B.I.G. feat P Diddy and Mase - Mo Money Mo Problems


Episode 103: Man On The Moon and Dumb & Dumber

May 23, 2017

One of the funniest comedians Jim Carrey is finally being talked about on the show. Although first we're gonna bring you down with the dramatic telling of the tragic life of Andy Kaufman in Man On the Moon. But we'll bring you right back up in one of the essential Carrey movies, Dumb & Dumber. Volume warnings a plenty in that rundown, people, just a warning.

First, Jake has another Wizard World to rundown much to the dismay of Sean, tales of people peeing in mailboxes and making out with snakes, and a little spoiler filled Logan talk. Poor Scott had to watch that and Man On the Moon on the same day, so he may not have a will to live anymore.


Apache Indian - Boom Shaka Laka

REM - Man on the Moon

Deadeye Dick - New Age Girl

Stone Sour - Fabuless

Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun (RIP, Chris Cornell)

So did you like the episode last week when we talked John Carpenter and Stephen King? Well, get ready for some more next week when we discuss The Thing and Children of the Corn.

Outtakes: Did Jake say "Alright go pee" or RIP? You be the judge.


Episode 102: Graveyard Shift and Christine

May 14, 2017

You know who we haven't talked about in a while? Stephen King. It's time to change that, so in this episode we talk about two adaptions of his. First Graveyard Shift with a ton of rats and Brad Dourif chewing up the scenery, and the King-John Carpenter collaboration Christine. Expect some insight to how they differ from the stories, a few Maine accent impressions, and a ton of weird tangents. Actually expect a lot of the latter, things got weird in this one.


Motionless in White - Rats

George Thorogood - Bad to the Bone

Motionless in White - Necessary Evil

Weezer - Susanne

Coming next week, we'll be talking about one of Jake's favorite actors, Jim Carrey. The movies are Dumb and Dumber and Man On the Moon. And if you listen to the discussion we have when we announce the plans, things are gonna get interesting.

Outtakes: Sean's trying to decide which Jim Carrey movie to do, and tries to get the other two to tell him what to do. 


Tales From the Cryosphere: Tommy Boy

May 11, 2017

Holy schnikes! It's a new Tales From the Cryosphere where we revisit the Chris Farley and David Spade 1994 comedy Tommy Boy. Is this a good informative show or are we basically just repeating all the funny lines? Tune in to find out!


The Carpenters - Superstar

Timbuk 3 - The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades


Episode 101: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Trilogy

May 8, 2017

After the epic 100th episode, we reel it in to just 3 hours this time. Still a fun episode where we talk about the 1990s TMNT movies. Three quality films, right? Well.... remember Jake's "inspired" rundown of Halloween Resurrection? Expect a repeat with one of these. Also is Jake's streak in Fucked Up New Stories in trouble, Jake's stories about what happened after 100 was done recording, feedback from Darth Ballsac and much more!


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Count On Us (From "Coming Out of Their Shells")

Vanilla Ice - Ninja Rap

Unloco - Bruises

Upon a Burning Body - The Outcast

Next time around is two Stephen King movies: Graveyard Shift and Christine.

Outtakes: Jake talks about Power Rangers (what else?), with a gift he's getting and crossovers he'd love to see, and admits something he probably shouldn't.


Episode 100: The Evil Dead Trilogy

April 30, 2017

Well, here it is! We have actually made it the triple digits! And to celebrate this special occassion what better movies to talk about than the Evil Dead trilogy? Also we bring in some guests! Newty is back (for half of the episode), so is Stan (also for half of the episode), we also bring in Willis and Suzanne (who stick through until after the last movie). Things go crazy, as Jake pregamed a bit before the show therefore being wasted by the time it's time for his rundown of Army of Darkness, Stan discovers his mute button doesn't work in the most awkward ways, tons of bad impressions (from guess who?), Darth Ballsac leaves some feedback since he can't make it to the show, even a little brief talk about the remake since we chose not to include it. All this and the outtakes are why the show is as long as it is, although it's about a half hour shorter than 50.


Evil Dead Musical - Cabin In The Woods

Nine Inch Nails - March of the Pigs

Beartooth - The Lines

Hellyeah - Drink Drank Drunk

Evil Dead Musical - Do the Necronomicon

Evil Dead Musical - Look Who's Evil Now

Now for next time, we yet again are doing a trilogy, this time of the 90s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. We've already talked about the reboots, might as talk about the originals. And thanks to all of you listeners for listening these last two years! Here's to 100 more!

Outtakes: starts out with the first minute of our 1st episode just to show how far we've come in quality (believe me, it's a long way we've come), and then rather than just snippets, we include everything in between the segments, and then a little something extra.