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Join Eric Samaniego and Wright Sulek as they paw through the dustbin of movie history for lost gems, forgotten treasures, and most of all, TRASH. With an affection for all things schlock, the boys watch a different movie every other week and discuss it with a very special guest. Let's get trashed!
 
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Imagine Mrs. Doubtfire crossed with Amos and Andy. Upset? You should be! On a "very special episode" of Trash in the Can, guest Samia Abu-Shawish and the boys navigate a world where people listen to the radio, where jokes don't to be funny, and where the only thing standing between you and success is cultural appropriation. We watched the Rachel Do…
 
The father of the modern zombie movie once collaborated with The Lutheran Society on a story that examines the systematic disenfranchisement of the elderly in America. Does that sound interesting? Well, it's not! The boys fly solo this week and have some hot takes sure to piss off a lot of men in baggy black t-shirts. Does that sound fun? Well, it …
 
Did we find a monster movie whose most upsetting scene has nothing to do with the monster and everything to do with Bill Cosby? You bet we did! We're joined by guest, Jarred Schiff, for a movie offensive to women, the disabled, dog owners, and anyone who has ever been to a restaurant assuming there isn't a wart in their drink. We watched 1982's can…
 
On a very special episode of Trash in the Can, we explore sisterhood, representation of the disabled in media, and whether this movie really happened or if it's just a problematic fever dream. Rosie O'Donnell stars as a developmentally disabled woman that loves Tweety Bird and we handle it with the sensitivity you've come to expect from us. Join us…
 
A few names come to mind when you think of great cinema - Hitchcock, Scorsese, Durst. We attempted our first quarantine episode and it could be our last. This week we watched 2019's The Fanatic starring an elderly Joe Exotic lookalike, John Travolta. We spar over mental handicaps, Scientology related deaths, and the classic rock band - Limp Bizkit.…
 
Picture a Marvel movie with better actors and worse dialogue. Throw in some second rate Rocky Horror Show musical numbers, and you've got a pretty good idea of this week's Australian superhero rock musical, The Return of Captain Invincible. The boys and returning guest, Matt Ryan, discuss Alan Arkin's wig, Christopher Lee's metal album, and edging.…
 
Academy Award winner Mike Nichols directs a script written by Academy Award nominee Buck Henry, where Academy Award refuser George C. Scott teaches dolphins to speak and possibly kill the president. Yes, this is a real movie! Join the boys and returning guest, Travis Patten, where they discuss the better than it has any right to be, Day of the Dolp…
 
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