Luke and Andrew start us off this time around with their discussion of TMNT, the 1990 film that kicked off the series.
RiaW tries to learn the secret of the ooze by watching this, the "Empire Strikes Back" of the series. This one's so cool it's Vanilla Ice.
The Flop House rounds out the series with the magical, time-traveling capper to the rubber suit trilogy we all loved.
Is this just a casually racist rom com, is it a horror movie about the soul of Die Hard trapped in a baby's body, or was the whole talking baby idea added in post making this the best ADR save in the history of film? Find out in the #PODCRAWL kick off by Read it and Weep.Listen Now
Luke and Andrew take on a sequel too terrible to live. Since they're not usually a bad movie podcast, they don't have the soul-calluses of our other two shows. And their pain is very amusing. Check it out now and find out how bad a talking baby movie can be.
The Flop House tackles the thrilling conclusion. Meanwhile they discover what's in the file titled "Things Stuart Knows," Dan reveals his shameful Simpsons past, and Elliott pitches "Fiddler on the Wolf Goes West."
Michelle Pfeiffer’s hyper-sexual and winking performance as Catwoman is still as fresh as ever in this story, where its trio of villains outshines Michael Keaton’s caped crusader. The East Coast’s top Catwoman expert David Archer walks B&M through the history of the character from her inception to her ever-evolving costumes and motives.Listen Now
RiaW takes the middle of the nipple-Batman sandwich as we're joined by Instagram's @taintdog to talk about tap dancing in the Batmobile, Jim Carrey's pink hair, flight simulators, and so much more! Is this the worst Batman movie? Of course not! That's Batman & Robin. But it's really really bad despite some fun villians.Listen Now
Bad Film Club's Nicko joins Proudly Resents to discuss the worst of the worst. This film is the fourth in the line of Batman movies that fans went to because they thought they had no choice. It’s out of hand. All I know is that I couldn’t stop playing with my cats. It’s the most unprofessional episode ever. Ever. Totes.Listen Now
A long time ago in director's head that is far far away from where it should be, George Lucas permanently marred his masterwork by adding the first of three unbelievably awful movies to the beginning of it. Finally, somebody aswered the question, "But what trade disputes are happening in this universe?"Listen Now
The three peaches spend this episode cloning around about Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Meanwhile, Dan’s space gaydar is misaligned, Elliott explains the proper way to steal a cake, and the greatest secrets of Stuart’s nerdiness are revealed. Attack these clones before they attack you.Listen Now
Frank Conniff (MST3K), Eric Szyszka ("We Hate Movies") join Adam Spiegelman ("Proudly Resents") to talk about the third Star Wars prequel. Listen for the action, the humor and the completion! With special appearances from Rob Parvonian, Janine Britto and Keith Malley.Listen Now