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Each week Deviants The Clintoris, The Guch, and The Devoslack retrospectively review a movie per episode. We have topics such as: Casting Director: we review the actors for the film and discuss whether someone else may have been a better choice. Script Doctor: analyzing bits of the story and coming up with ways that could have made a more interesting story (if possible). It’s Just so Ridiculous! which is where we showcase things in this film that just made no damn sense. The Kim Coppola Awar ...
 
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This week YOUR SISTER'S GOING OUT... WITH DEAN! We are talking 1998's Trey Parker and Matt Stone's comedy Sports film BASEketball. The boys are learning what happened the the Oakland Raiders, Reel Big Fish's back catalogue and Dean treats the boys to a mini game of 'Are You A Dead'. Dean is the host of That Fking show: Part Gameshow, part chat show…
 
This week join the boys as they learn about Eminem's Stan Video, The first Homosexual Kiss on US TV and Ali Larter's really badly named Holiday Cook Book! --- From Wikipedia: Final Destination is a 2000 American supernatural horror film directed by James Wong, with a screenplay written by James Wong, Glen Morgan, and Jeffrey Reddick, based on a sto…
 
On episode 15, singer-songwriter Ellen Froese comes by to discuss her favourite film, Jim Sharman's 1975 cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show! Points of order include: Tim Curry's upcoming roster of projects Sneaking into movies underage Regrettable vehicular paint jobs The Rocky Horror Picture Show stars Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Tim C…
 
Join the lads this week as they discuss OPI Nail Varnish for dogs, the best way to get a man's hands on your 'package' and John makes a Dogs Dinner of naming the Ivy League Schools. We're talking Legally Blonde! --- Join us on the Socials: Twitter Instagram Facebook Support the show (Buy me a Coffee) --- Legally Blonde is a 2001 American comedy fil…
 
For episode 14, CFCR 90.5's Jenn Freeze stops by to talk about the cultural influence of Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan's big screen swan song, Josie and the Pussycats! Detours along the way: A thorough investigation of Carson Daly's love life circa Y2K Shouting out some of the most underrated power pop bands of the 90s and today Digging up the me…
 
This week the boys are back in Vegas with Kelli, Kara and Ryan from Drunk Theory. We're going to Learn about why Mike Tyson is the real life Tiger King, everything you ever wanted to know about Tasers and counting cards like a pro. Drunk Theory are self billed as a bunch of idiots, drinking and talking about conspiracies. Join them weekly to learn …
 
We're in the final week of our autumn break and weanted to give you something a little different. Here's a handful of our favourite clips, facts and outtakes from the first Season. Many thanks to our guests and especially Jodie B at Po Boys Podcast who rounds out the podcast with his smashing 'Like Super cut'. See you next week for Season 2 Episode…
 
For episode 13, podcaster and paranormalist Spencer Dirks of Do Ghosts Be Real becomes FTFYS's first returning guest as we discuss Ari Aster's 2018 feature filmmaking debut, Hereditary! Talking points: A exploration of what defines dorm-room mentality Matt Damon's post #MeToo career freefall Fear in fiction versus fear in real life Hereditary stars…
 
John and Mark are taking a couple of weeks off before starting Season 2 later this month. In the meantime here's a taste of a new podcast from Us: Hi Everybody and welcome to the first episode of Everything We Learned From The Simpsons. The Podcast that deep dives in to all the silly references in an episode of the Simpsons. This week we're learnin…
 
This week the boys are rounding off ScotchToberFest with an Irvine Wesh number. No, not THAT one. The disturbing, grim black comedy Filth. Join us as we learn about Europe's Third largest port, The Battered Mars Bar and which inventors have pubs named after them. Trigger Warnings: Suicide, sexual assult, drug and alcohol abuse --- Filth is a 2013 b…
 
For episode 12, Toronto-based podcaster Will Sloan joins the program to malign writer/director Woody Allen's 2003 late style belly flop, Anything Else! Points of interest along the way: The ugly subtext beneath Allen's work and its implications on his even uglier personal life The diminishing returns of Allen's rote existentialism The inevitability…
 
This week as we continue our ScotchToberFest month we are bringing you History! Culture! and True events!We are learning about the True story of the group of young Scots that Liberated The Stone of Scone from the clutches of the terrible English.This week we are joined by Ian from Cult Connections. He knows a thing or two about Arbroath, Tax on Bee…
 
It's week two of Scotchtoberfest and the boys have gone all Robin Hood! Robbing facts from the rich to give to the Schemeys with 1985's Restless Natives.---The story follows the adventures of two Scottish youths from the Wester Hailes district of Edinburgh, played by Vincent Friell and Joe Mullaney, who, in rebellion to their drab lives in urban Sc…
 
For episode 11, as we squeal our way into Shocktober, independent filmmaker Sophie Kokott speaks about her love of Stanley Kubrick's malpractice of literature, The Shining! Items on the agenda: The dubious ethics of getting the performance you want from an actor The Kubrick moon landing conspiracy The Snyder Cut Sophie's directorial work can be fou…
 
This week we are kicking off our ScotchTober Fest season off with Classic Scottish School Japes in Gregory's Girl. The episode is so much more than town planning, Mitre Delta footballs and Penguin facts but it's certainly all of those!Your homework this week is to join us on the Socials:Twitterhttps://twitter.com/100thingspodInstagramhttps://www.in…
 
This week the boys are joined by Em from Verbal Diorama and all three are sent to save the President from inmates of a Prison Island that used to be Manhattan. Our heroes learn about the sentence for stabbing a Priest with a fork as well as what Ernest Borgnine attested his long life to (The answer WILL surprise you).--- Verbal Diorama is the podca…
 
For episode 10 of FTFYS, multihyphenate Douglas Evans stops by to discuss his love of Jerry Zucker's 2001 directorial swan song, Rat Race! Topics broached: Late 90's Bean mania The slow, disgraceful downfall of IMDb A full-throated defense of Academy Award-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. Douglas' latest album, The New Drake, is currently streaming on Spoti…
 
This week we are returning to familiar territory; Michael Winner and Charles Bronson's Paul Kersey Cinematic Universe (It's a thing if we want it to be!) and Death Wish II.Who was originally tapped to write the soundtrack? Are those the Kids from Nuke 'em High? How did Bronson hook Jill Ireland? HOW?!The boys are joined by Artist and Writer Paul Pa…
 
This week we are learning why Ensemble comedies are a terrible idea as well as the top fake search engines in cinema and TV and who on earth is Derek Jeter! It's bloody Movie 43. This episode is for you if you want to hear two men lose faith in Hollywood.---Movie 43 is a 2013 American anthology comedy film co-directed and produced by Peter Farrelly…
 
For episode 9, bass invader Skot Hamilton dials up the studio to discuss his love for the 1996 Kelly Makin feature film Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy! Talking points: IRL encounters with Canadian celebrities Mike Myers as the KITH member who never was The punk spirit of KITH humour Skot is also a member of the bands @kenmodenoise, @adolyne. You can…
 
This week we are heading up in the loft to learn about Dr Winston O. Boogie, impossible corridors and Mark foxes John with a game of Sinister or Minister. ---Sinister is a 2012 supernatural horror film directed and co-written by Scott Derrickson. The film stars Ethan Hawke, Juliet Rylance, James Ransone, Fred Thompson, and Vincent D'Onofrio. The pl…
 
This week Joe from Hallmark of Greatness joins us to talk Indian sweets, Dowry's, The population of Hammersmith and what happened to All Saints.Bend It Like Beckham (also known as Kick It Like Beckham) is a 2002 romantic comedy sports film produced, written and directed by Gurinder Chadha, and starring Parminder Nagra, Keira Knightley, Jonathan Rhy…
 
On episode 8, the long promised conclusion to Brett MacDonald's discussion on Kevin Smith's 1994 debut Clerks! Topics include: Toxic masculinity Selling cigarettes to children Entitled customers You can hear more of Brett on his weekly podcast Do Ghosts Be Real? where he and co-ghosts Spencer and Simon discuss the realm of the paranormal. https://l…
 
In this Week's VERY NSFW episode the boys are joined by Fiona from Film Floggers to flog another Garry Marshall joint in 1990's Pretty Woman.We're learning about the Hollywood Walk of fame (and shame!), How Lucille Ball almost met her match at the hands of a disgruntled Italian Actor and how Richard Gere's favourite pet and Sex toy are the same thi…
 
This week the boys are joined by Andrew, Isla and Nieve from 'Kids what are we watching tonight?' Podcast to talk Brillo pads, that Marylin Monroe Birthday song and of course ALL THE GUNS!---You can find Kids what are we watching tonight?' wherever you find your podcasts and through the buzzsprout link here:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1207745A fathe…
 
On episode 7, FTFYS goes in-person for the first time as Brett MacDonald of the podcast @do.ghosts.be.real stops by his own home for a freewheeling two-part discussion of Kevin Smith's directorial debut Clerks! Items on the agenda: The relative value of comic book adaptations in the 2020s Kevin Smith's rank contempt for Canadian society The value o…
 
Join the boys for talking NASCAR, Donna Summer, Wonder Bread and Old Spice!---Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is a 2006 American sports comedy film directed by Adam McKay and starring Will Ferrell, while written by both McKay and Ferrell. Other actors include John C. Reilly, Sacha Baron Cohen, Gary Cole, Michael Clarke Duncan, Leslie Bi…
 
This week Mark is forcing John to guess "What's in the Booooooox?!" as they watch through 1995's Se7en.How much is a Swimming Costume from Goop.com and Where did the Band The Divine Comedy get their name?---Seven (stylized as SE7EN) is a 1995 American neo-noir psychological crime thriller film directed by David Fincher and written by Andrew Kevin W…
 
For episode 6, Luke Pennock of the podcast Hardcore Haven stops by to discuss 1998's BASEketball, directed by David Zucker and starring Trey Parker and Matt Stone! Topics broached include: The Canadian novelty retail chain San Francisco Seth MacFarlane's film career vs. Trey & Matt's Renting 18A films as a child To hear more of Luke you can find hi…
 
This week we round out Listener Request Month in the murky world of hacking. It's 1992's Hackers.Regular listener Phil gave us the opportunity to cover this one and we learn about Mike Myers' car, what happened to San Bernardino Air Force Base and how bad John is at Anagrams. Sneakers is a 1992 American crime comedy directed by Phil Alden Robinson,…
 
This week the boys Chop, kick and fight their way through 1990's forgotten 'classic' of the genre, Lady Dragon. Week three of our listener request month is picked by Randle Parker from Randle Parker's film club. Randle's show is mix of reviews and insights in to his life. Will his Mum ever be let in to Asda again and how many Roman Polanski movies …
 
On episode 5, Davis Baker joins the FTFYS team to chat about the turn of the century Coen Bros. classic O Brother, Where Art Thou? ! Among the topics touched upon: George Clooney's alleged singing prowess The storied filmography of Tim Blake Nelson Tim Burton, for some reason You can follow this podcast on Twitter and Instagram @formattedtofit.…
 
Week two of Listener request month and it's Paul from SP Film Viewers turn to pick.We take a deep dive in to Glasgow Suburbs, Edinburgh Castle, American Oak casks and the word CUNT!The Angels' Share is a 2012 comedy-drama film directed by Ken Loach and starring Paul Brannigan, John Henshaw, and William Ruane. Set in Glasgow, Scotland, it tells the …
 
Strap yourself in because we are starting Listener Request Month on 100 things we learned from film.This week whilst watching The Princess Bride we discover that we hardly knew Andre The Giant and the dictionary definition of a particular word.Thanks to Gav at Be there with Belson for his pick this week. Be here with Belson is a podcast where Broth…
 
On episode 4, Kyle Zurevinski of the band Riversleem stops by the phone line to talk about Wes Anderson's sophomore feature Rushmore! Among the topics broached: Emo suburbia of yesteryear The career longevity of beloved comedians Existential crises You can also hear Kyle on @theterrortable. You can find A Debut Release by @riversleem on streaming p…
 
PODCAST TIIIIIIME!This week we welcome Lucas from Partial Credit Podcast to our bunk house.How old is Juicy Fruit? What the hell is a Skylab and how many cases of Leprosy were reported in the States last year?---Wet Hot American Summer is a 2001 American satirical comedy film directed by David Wain from a screenplay written by Wain and Michael Show…
 
Put down the Rubix Cube, Grab your Pompom skirt and Sony Walkman and join us for 1998's The Wedding Singer.This week we learn about the USA's disgusting standards of canned food, What goes in an Alabama Slammer and What instrument Madonna played on Holiday.The Wedding Singer is a 1998 American romantic comedy film directed by Frank Coraci, written …
 
On episode 3, podcaster and paranormalist Spencer Dirks calls into the studio for a rich conversation about John Carpenter's yuppie-centric 1988 film They Live! Points of order include: The directorial career of John Carpenter poorly recollected Canadian regional accents The professional wrestler to dud actor pipeline Spencer's podcast can be found…
 
HEED DOON NOO! This week John's trying to convince us to eat sheep lungs and Mark will rip his ears off if he hears 'Here she goes' by the las one more time.So I Married an Axe Murderer is a 1993 American romantic black comedy film, directed by Thomas Schlamme and starring Mike Myers and Nancy Travis. Myers plays Charlie MacKenzie, a man afraid of …
 
Kirsty is back and she's bought us a sumptuous feast in the shape of 2014's love letter to selling food from a van. We learn about Cuban Sarnies, US Seatbelt Laws, Pigs heads and Sofia Vergara's West Yorkshire Heritage. Chef is a 2014 American comedy-drama film written, co-produced, directed by, and starring Jon Favreau. Favreau plays a chef who, a…
 
For episode 2, we're joined by special guest historian Louis Reed-Wood to talk 1966's The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly ! In this conversation we touch on: The many mixed blessings of being typecast The politics of making an Italian film about American history Watching movies as a form of escapism You can follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram @fo…
 
This week the boys are joined by special guest Dan Belson from the Be there with Belson podcast to learn about Tofu Cheesecakes, Screenshotting Snapchat conversations and how glowsticks work.Army of the Dead is a 2021 American zombie heist film directed by Zack Snyder from a screenplay he co-wrote with Shay Hatten and Joby Harold, based on a story …
 
Grab your tiara and join the boys as they find out what it takes to win Miss Mount Rose, Minnesota.This week we learned about Diane Sawyer's part in Watergate, Why Kirsty Allie doesn't work any more and why you might want to avoid salmonella. Catch us on the socials:Twitterhttps://twitter.com/100thingspodInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/100things…
 
On episode one, we're joined by graphic designer and multimedia artist Emily Kohlert to discuss 2003's School of Rock! Topics touched on include: Childhood movie-going memories A critical reappraisal of Josie and the Pussycats Films that promote "anger, insolence, and irresponsibility" You can see Emily's latest design work on Instagram @emilyonly.…
 
This week the lads take a trip to New Jersey in a bid to reverse the word of God.Join them as they learn about the crazyness of The Old Testament, MAC-11 Sub Machine Gun and why Jay wouldn't know about a manual gearbox.Follow Jesus and us on the social networks: Twitterhttps://twitter.com/100thingspodInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/100thingsfilm…
 
In this episode we discuss Canelo Alvarez, Jake Paul taking Floyd Mayweather's hat, and Kenny Talks about his experience playing in the Super bowl. Weekly episodes talking about sports, the ins & outs out of pro sports, funny & inspiring stories, and just having a good time with Kenny Wiggins.By Tyson Perez
 
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