This week the boys babble for a few hours. Jeremy talks about Ginger Lynn and Friday the 13th: The Series. Lee talks about Silent Night, Deadly Night, P.E.T. Squad Files, Beetlejuice 2, and Garbage Pail Kids.
This week the boys discuss how long you can look at a girls exposed boob meat before you’re deemed a creeper by the chick flaunting them off. They are suddenly joined for an epic crossover when a couple of podcats celebrating their 100th episode jump on for an unexpected visit around the 17 minute mark. Seth Koozer will not want to miss this mash up of epic proportions. After that the fun and games continue for Lee and Jeremy as they talk real life Bat(men), the under appreciated film “Defendor” with Woody Harrelson and Kat Dennings*, an adorable interview given by Mila Kunis while on her press junket tour through the UK for “Oz the Great and Powerful.” Finally we wrap things up with a month long spot APC will be doing titled March Madness. Original in concept, no, but over at APC we do things our way, and our way is law. During the month of March we’ll be discussing the things that drive us mad in Hollywood. Good and Bad. To kick it off, Jeremy brings up his hatred for the genre gag “cat scare”, but gives Rolfe Kanefsky props for not only saving the gag, but shedding some much needed light on the genre in general with his debut feature film “There’s Nothing Out There”. Check it out!
*Editors note: Jeremy loves him some Kat Dennings. His girlfriend has come to except this. Hi Danielle!
Roxy and Jeremy discuss weird items for sale and Jeremy reviews Jeff Who Lives At Home. The two get in touch with their inner child and share their favorite childhood films. A short-ish show, but they don’t wrap it up before giving Tim Burton and Johnny Depp some dark shadow s*&t.
Roxy, Lee, and Jeremy catch up after three weeks off. Lee and Jeremy try to prove Roxy isn’t as boring as she claims. They are wrong. Jeremy talks at length about the great new documentary THE OTHER F WORD, A coming of “middle” age tale. We get off track and discuss the joy of having kids. Mudcats = genius television. Remakes aren’t good, but aren’t bad either? Bad movie romances followed by a round table discussing of our own personal screwed up relationships. It’s a long one, but good.