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Rotten but still a little sweet! Rotten Mango is a true crime + all things spooky podcast. We love doing deep dives into the darkest crimes and we tend to not leave out any details - which can get a little rotten at times. If you want deep dives in the psychology of killers, no holding back storytelling of crimes, and stories of lesser known criminals from around the world this is the place for you. Welcome to Rotten Mango but don’t worry it all comes with a seasoning of comedy/sweetness.
 
Why do fans love some Rotten films and hate some Fresh ones? What did critics make of a cult classic before it earned its cult status? In this weekly podcast, hosts Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”
 
Join lifelong friends Laura, Hannah, and Brennan as they seek out the best and worst performances of any given actor's life work via Rotten Tomatoes™ reviews and stew 'em together. Every other week they do their heckin' best to make a movie soup the masses can enjoy. It'll be like a cool, culinary Cronenberg experiment. ...Huh. Maybe we'll do Jeff Goldblum at some point.
 
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Daisy's Destruction - the 1-hour long video with 3 adults torturing an infant (18-month-old Daisy) was released onto the dark web in 2012. To most of us, it sounded like an urban legend, but to a lot of twisted people in the world, it was worth the $10,000 viewing price. Today's episode enters the world of the dark web "Pedo-Empire" and you would n…
 
The gang refuse to subject a guest to Merci Docteur Rey (2002), a comedic French film about a gay man trying to find the killer of his estranged father. This marks the first potato that the boys all watched together and then recorded the podcast immediately after. Written and directed by Andrew Litvack. We're on facebook and Instagram and YouTube a…
 
Fall in love with two seasonal rotten romances on this week's episode featuring filmmaker and musician William Breen. Join us as we look back on "Autumn in New York" starring Winona Ryder and Richard Gere, and "Sweet November" with Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves, a pair of films that remind us that behind every mediocre man is a beautiful, dead w…
 
One year of DRCK! Can't even believe it. In this episode we take a look back at our favorite show moments, take questions from the Bad Apples and discuss what we've learned. We also talk about Carl Lentz the sports agent and the Joel Osteen cube. Brought to you by our brand new Patreon which you should for sure join. DRCK Patreon https://www.patreo…
 
For our second and final installment in our 1995 techno thriller series, we'll be plunging into the depths of VR Hell with the infamous Keanu Reeves bomb "Johnny Mnemonic" and the more obscure Denzel Washington/Russell Crowe serial killer thriller "Virtuosity." Would another actor have salvaged the bizarre humor of "Johnny Mnemonic?" Does the littl…
 
She was kidnapped and placed in a coffin-like box for 23 hours a day for 7 years. The kidnappers placed her under their water bed all day and only brought her out at night to torture her. They made a sensory deprivation box outfitted for her head that they forced her to wear. It prevented light, sound, smell, and fresh air from entering. This episo…
 
Five years before Y2K, internet paranoia was all the rage in Hollywood. For the next two weeks, we'll be looking back at four critically maligned techno thrillers that failed to reboot the cyberpunk sub-genre. For part one, we're joined by writer Kelsey Holmes to examine the cult classic "Hackers" starring Jonny Lee Miller, Angelina Jolie, Matthew …
 
This week we speak to Cindy Wang Brandt (Author! Podcaster! Speaker!). We discuss parenting after leaving evangelicalism, re-framing how we see children and raising our family like a playground. Cindy answers questions from the Bad Apples and reminds us of the permission we have during and post-deconstruction. Brought to you by 'Spectators to Their…
 
It's election day and we're here to momentarily distract you from the hell we live in by discussing two rotten political films of the Bush era. First up is Chris Rock's forgotten 2003 directorial debut "Head of State" featuring Bernie Mac and a lot of old white people dancing to Nelly. After that, we're covering George W. Bush himself, by re-examin…
 
Scott Owen from legendary rock band The Living End joins the gang via mobile phone to talk through Adam Sandler's first Netflix movie "The Ridiculous 6" (2015) - A comedy western about 6 half-brothers who find out their father is a notorious robber. The brothers are played by Rob Schneider, Terry Crews, Luke Wilson, Jorge Garcia and Taylor Lautner.…
 
An undiagnosable patient at a mental asylum has driven every single one of his doctors into madness and often times... to their mysterious death. Is there something sinisterly wrong with him or is it a contagious madness? Welcome to the Halloween special of Baking A Mystery! This is a fictional story and isn't true. As always, the video version is …
 
When podcast guest Jake Ures told us about his theory that the 2003 horror mash-up "Freddy vs Jason" was a 9/11 allegory, we knew we had to sit down and talk to him. As a bonus discussion this week, we'll be talking about the post 9/11 effect on pop culture - specifically, the horror genre. From "Freddy vs Jason" to the gritty reboots of "The Hills…
 
Our finale of the Rotten Horrors series was originally intended to focus on a pair "threequels" in two of the most beloved horror franchises of all time: "The Exorcist" and "Halloween." Due to some technical difficulties, we had to redo the episode, this time focusing on just the third installment of John Carpenter's prolific series, "Halloween: Se…
 
This week we talk about thoughts and prayers. How we were taught about it, some of the ways we saw it abused and unpack what prayer means on this side of faith change. We also talk about tone policing, vilifying the other, and hear stories from the Bad Apples. Brought to you by the shofar and flute. Aspen Green (use promo code BADAPPLE) www.aspengr…
 
With Spooktober in full effect, Reel Rotten heads to the late ‘90s with I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998) It was last summer of 1998, radio contests were at an all-time high, and college teens were making bad decisions even higher. And who better to lead the way than Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr, and Brandy! So join us as we g…
 
In an isolated mansion, a "gardener" is obsessed with his "butterfly" collection. His kidnapped victims must play into his sick fantasy or risk being killed. Welcome to another Baking A Mystery (BAM) series! Today's video is a fictional story and is NOT a true crime story. If you guys are only interested in true crime stay tuned every Wednesday! Th…
 
In 1998, Gus Van Sant was riding the wave of acclaim after his first Academy Award nomination and had studios knocking at his door. What did he decide to do? Well, he decided to remake Alfred Hitchock's iconic 1960 thriller "Psycho." Not only that, he decided to do it shot for shot. Starring Vince Vaughn as Norman Bates and Anne Heche as Marion Cra…
 
As we veer off the 0% list to satiate our first return guest, filmmaker Michael Shanks (NOT the actor from Stargate) convinces us to watch a film with 16% positive reviews. Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst writes and directs this... thriller? The Fanatic (2019) stars John Travolta as an on-the-spectrum super-fan who breaks bad and stalks a B-list ac…
 
She killed her husband then tried to feed his children dinner... that she cooked with his body parts. He likes to cover people in bacon before roasting them. In honor of Spooktober, today's episode is a long juicy one with two different killers who have completely different methods + motives... but a strange fascination with the forbidden meat. Wha…
 
It's week 2 of Rotten Horrors and we're paying tribute two of the most iconic feminist horror allegories in recent memory: the 1996 cult favorite "The Craft" featuring Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell, Rachel True and Robin Tunney as teenage witches, and the 2009 Karyn Kusama/Diablo Cody body horror comedy "Jennifer's Body" featuring Megan Fox as the ti…
 
For episode 27 we talk to author, sex educator, youtuber and blogger Brenda Marie Davies aka God is Grey! We discuss experiencing the Divine for yourself, unlearning purity culture and finding sexual integrity. We also talk about sin, virginity, inviting God into the bedroom and get the scoop on her new book. Brought to you by pastor Scott's sexy p…
 
Peepholes installed for his viewing pleasure. Chains from the ceiling to suspend the victims. Baby monitors placed strategically so he could hear her from anywhere. Shallow graves in the basement, garage, and backyard. We are starting off Spooktober with the Real House of Horrors. This is one house you would never want to step foot in. Nobody is sa…
 
All month long, we'll be immersed in some of the most rotten horror films we could get our hands on. For our first installment, we'll be taking a look back at one of the most influential and underrated cinematographers of his time, Ernest Dickerson. The man who helped cultivate the iconic Spike Lee look of the late 80s and early 90s turned to direc…
 
Kay Ansah AKA Citizen Kay - Canberra rapper and producer - let us into his studio to talk about 2000's LA street comedy 3 Strikes. Written and directed by famed hip-hop producer DJ Pooh, who also co-wrote Friday and directed The Wash with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, this potato tells the story of Rob who has 2 strikes on his criminal record - and 3 str…
 
And she only has 15 hours to figure out which one of them is the killer. It's only a matter of time before the killer realizes that she's onto them. Baking A Mystery #3! This is a fictional story (if you are only into true crime please come back for our scheduled Wednesday postings!) *If you would like to see the video version of this it is up on Y…
 
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