Daniel and Clay watch that movie everyone talks about from the nineties. They talk about the corporatization of our country. They also talk about The Incal, The Razzies, and Star Wars. You know how this goes.
We talk about Family Guy. Is Cleveland black face? We discuss it, but don't really come to any sort of conclusion. We also talk about Alejandro Jodorowsky and Clay plugs the Dune documentary a lot. Clay also says "Hot Pockets" at least one time.
Daniel runs the podcast into the ground and manipulates his way into making Clay watch Robocop 3. They talk about misquoting Roger Ebert, Nazis, the difference between Charlotte and Charlottesville. They also get interrupted by a rude doorbell.
Daniel and Clay talk about forgetting the name of the podcast. Clay tries to convince Daniel to watch the Lego Movie. It doesn't go well. We also talk about the free fall our podcast is taking. Thank you all five people who listen to us still. One of you should message Daniel, he's lonely. It's not hard, Jesus. firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel and Clay watch a movie about a demon in a gimp suit with some serious issues with authority. We also talk about how OJ isn't getting out of prison ever, sue us we recorded this two months ago. We also talk about how fucking shitty birds are. We also talk about the importance of independent comics to the industry. Who says we never talk about important thing? Us, mostly we say that. Email email@example.com to tell us how wrong we are about everything.
On this episode we watch another M. Night Shyamalan movie. Sorry. If you're able to move past that you'll get to hear Clay and Daniel talk about Arby's - We Have The Meats®️ and Skechers - Our Shoes Can Fly And If You Say Otherwise We'll See You In Court®️. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to prove that you aren't all robots.
On this podcast, we talk about flavored boozes, finding happiness in suburbia, we also sell out to the Russians. I hope you saw that coming. On top of all of that, we also have thoughts about this movie. Surprise! Email us at Whyreadthecomics@gmail.com. For Daniel's sake.
Daniel hosts the show this month. I know, I'm scared too. We talk about the wonders of Japanese Wikipedia, Power Rangers, the magic of editing, Clay's magic ability to know how long an hour is. Also Clay drunkenly fiddles with a syrofoam cup for the last bit, he isn't sorry about the sound. We have a new E-mail. Hit us up at Whyreadthecomics@gmail.com and tell us how bad the podcast is. I promise Daniel will read it.
Someone squeezed the life-milk from a Spencer's and used it to paint an overzealous team-up film with a very thin plot. We watch it and then rip that thin ass plot apart.
You may actually learn something from this episode. Clay gets blindsided by a guest who actually knows what the fuck they are talking about for once. It's a new experience for him. Then two ruffians come and ruin the second half of the podcast. You'll love it. I'm sure of that.
The guys have a guest on. He's pretty okay, I guess. They talk about Dean Koontz's Godzilla novel, memes, and stunts. Clay also sinks into another deep depression about his youth. That's fun to listen to.
Daniel and Clay finally tell you who writes these descriptions, we know you've been dying to find out. We also watch the movie Super. Most importantly, we talk about Kevin Bacon, and a world where Zach Galifianakis is extremely buff. CHECK IT OUT!
Daniel and Clay watch Fantastic Four. Daniel asks a lot of questions about the show Forever. We also talk about Chiclets gum, Jessica Alba's powers over the sun, over use of puns, and Clay's favorite Marvel character. We promise the podcast is more FANTASTIC than the movie. We like to lower the bar.
Daniel and Clay watch a movie about some kids making a really fucked up home video. They talk about the films that influenced this movie, there are a lot. We also talk about Josh Trank and how he crippled himself through twitter, much like anyone who uses twitter cripples themselves emotionally.
With a name that long, you think they'd make a quality film. Daniel and Clay drink and talk about how assumptions shouldn't be made based on title length. They also talk about the general "Meh" that was one of the years biggest blockbusters. There is also conversation about Ben Affleck's chubby Bat-face.
Daniel and Clay talk about the good you can do if you are Superman. They also talk about what good you can't do if you are just some idiot with superpowers. Listen to them talk about a movie that loves telling you that Superman is basically Jesus.
Clay and Daniel watch one of the films that began this current generation of superhero films. It's kind of like meeting Einstein before he created the H-bomb. How do they feel about the one of the originators of their pain, and therefore this podcast?
Daniel and Clay talk about one of the most expensive, most impressive superhero films of all time. Weird, right? We also have a nice chat about continuity and the people who make us angry. It's a rip-roaring time!
You thought Howard the Duck was bad? Think again, Turkey! This movie is in a league of its own. It's so bad that it may or may not have made one of the hosts sick! Please help, every day is torture.
Spider-Man was an absolutely amazing film that acted as a benchmark for the commercial success of superhero films for years following its release. We don't watch that one. Apparently some guys made a film in the seventies. Good special effects though.
Daniel and Clay talk about a movie that started off as two other movies, then became a comic, then became a movie. Look things aren't always simple. You just have to deal with it.
We got tired of awful films. Does this count as a comic book film? Probably not, but Clay give a very poor reason to watch a great film. I mean people fly in this movie, and there are superpowers, kind of. Just listen to us talk about a good movie.
We talk about a film that became the barometer for comic book film failure. It's still bad, just as bad as everyone remembers it. We also talk about Star Wars, really anything to numb the pain.
We watch a film that manages to ruin a premise that isn't horrible. Way to go. Also that Native American guy from Joe Dirt is in it. He doesn't make it good. We also talk about having reasonable expectations for films.
"You know what we need? An animated movie by Bruce Timm set in an Elseworld where everyone is kind of a bad guy, but not really." The two sentences that people have been saying for decades has finally been realized! You know, because why not?