In Episode 58 Jeremy and Chris talk about finally seeing Django Unchained. Chris takes Jeremy to a metal show to pay tribute to the late Chuck Shuldiner’s band Death, Death to All. Lee educates the gang on some Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski. Jeremy becomes an accidental homophobe. Chris can’t do accents. Lee makes us laugh a lot. This episode experienced some technical difficulties. Can you spot where it happened and how do we fix it? First person to email the show at email@example.com with the correct answer gets a free prize*! Jeremy finally catches up on Defendor, the Woody Harrelson, Kat Dennings, Elias Koteas semi-superhero flick from a few episodes back. Aquaman is cool. Enjoy!
*Editors Note: Danielle is not eligible to win, so Seth and Jason better get to work!!
Episode 58: Death to All Klaus Kinski’s
Episode 57 proves that this damn curse is real and it’s hitting a Trailer Park Boy near you! We talk comedians, Jeremy’s heart throbs for a green painted Mila Kunis. He continues to swoon over Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead camera tricks as they make it to Disneyland, or is it world? Either way, it proves to be a small world after all (Jeremy, this is a dumb joke). We get into some Bates Motel talk which leads Jeremy to drop names faster than (THIS JOKE HAS BEEN OMITTED DUE TO RECENT TRAGIC EVENTS ON THE EAST COAST) The name in question? Robert V. Galluzzo, affectionately known as *RobG. Why? Because he brought us the fantastic and lovingly done “The Psycho Legacy”. Lee and Jeremy also talk stand-up comedians. Lee drops science on some religious documentaries you should check out, Kumare and Marjoe. Give this episode a listen, it is a hoot!
Editors Note: Rob, Jeremy apologizes if his facts are completely wrong in this episode on the off chance you ever hear this. They probably are.
Episode 57: This Curse Is Real
This week Jeremy and Lee talk about everything from the Chicago Blackhawks to The Academy Awards. Lee recommends a couple of titles streaming right now on netflix. The boys get wet over old school Christian Slater and John Cusack flicks, comdians that apologize for being funny, and Reality Show the Film premiering at SXSW. Finally, Jeremy wraps up the month long Blaxploitation flick fest we’ve been having with one of his favorites 1995s, Vampire in Brooklyn. Check it out!
Episode 51: Our Episode Names Are Longer Than (A My Chemical Romance Or Fall Out Boy Song Title)
Roxy put in for some vacation time at the last minute so its just Lee and Jeremy holding down the fort for some serious man time and WOW do the penises fly high on this episode 45 edition of APC. We get into all sorts of trouble when we talk Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. Nope, these toddlers haven’t wee it yet, but they have seen Katt Williams and Spike Lee get all sorts of butthurt over Quentin’s use of the infamous “N-Word” word. The boys then comment on how hard it must be to have been a legend in the music industry like Patti Page. The sad topics continue as the boys become men discussing Bobby Womack, the king of getting you laid with his sweet sounds of soul, rhythm and blues. Once they become men, Lee and Jeremy instantly begin to BRODOWN on some hot and sweaty NFL talk. You can’t pass this one up, puns and all. Do yourself a favor and stay tuned after the episode for not one, but two soothing tracks from Mr. Womack. You’re welcome, America!
Episode 45: Men Bro Down!
Episode 37 we are all over the place. Just look at the keywords if you don’t believe me.. One thing is for sure, Halloween isn’t over until you listen to this. Not really, but I’ve always wanted to use that stupid line.
Episode 37: Spooky Scary Halloween Edition (Not Really)
Lee suggested that we talk about Quentin Tarantino-t and his influence or if it is actually a lack of.. So that’s fun. Jeremy, Roxy, and Lee also discuss Jenny McCarthy’s not so mean comments about Jim Carrey on Howard Stern, TMZ and their inappropriate article on Clive Barker and TV shows that make us laugh and/or cry.
Episode 23: Quentin Tarantino and the Rubber Band vs the Twinkie