In which two self-absorbed assholes ignore one of the greatest movies of all time by talking about nonsense. This episode starts of Raiders Of The Lost Ark quality, transitions to Temple Of Doom quality, and then bottoms out at Crystal Skull quality.
The guys are diagnosed with werewolf fever and their families must watch as they slowly succumb to the symptoms. Does the 1985 “classic” Teen Wolf hold up? I mean, guess. What do you think? It’s no Citizen Kane.
You know what’s messed up? Not nuclear war. Not the cold war. The fact that we wake up everyday to an alarm clock. Never get to wake up naturally. Makes you think right? Right?! Whatever. You people. Blah blah Dr. Strangelove blah blah hold up? Blah blah Star Fox references.
The guys are completely surprised by the 1908s cult classic Heathers. So surprised they mostly talk about Game Of Thrones and poop vampires. Unused Jerry Seinfeld Unabomber joke: Why do they call it a LOSS of LIFE? You’re not going to find it again!
The sequel that no one asked for. The podcast that no one likes. Late To The Table bravely ventures into the world of Gremlins 2. Marvel as they discusses the finer points of the time space continuum present in children’s dessert snacks.
Does the 1982 classic Fast Times At Ridgemont High hold up or is it just an excuse for the gang to come up with the longest episode title ever? Topics include: nudity, nudity, and a surprising amount of Power Rangers.
Any failings of the 1980ss classic Road House are from my own initial interpretation of it. It is my fault. I can’t stress that enough. You need to see this movie. Why? Well, listen to the dang ol’ episode to find out gumshoes!
You may have loved this movie as a child. You may have good intentions….but I can never trust your judgment again. I’m sorry. It has to be this way. We did everything we could. Does Pee Wee’s big adventure hold up? Is the town he lives in run by Inspector Gadget? What was the police force’s idea behind Inspector Gadget? Take the worst cop and the best tech and meet in the middle? Makes no sense. Give Penny or Brain the inspector gadget powers and claw will be wiped out in an afternoon.
And Rich Arlok so loved his only podcast that he edited it on the way home from comic-con in the wee hours of the morn, and the people saw it and knew it to be good. Well the people knew it to be at least passable am I right? Man who knows anything. Superman! Christopher Reeve! Does it hold up? Does Mike’s hatred of the character blind him to the light of truth and justice? Yes, yes it does.
Al Pacino Movie Month is over! We did it! Serpico baby! Get ready for some hard hitting analysis with no tom foolery whatsoever. *Business time owned by Flight of the Conchords, Mega Man is owned by Capcom…that Mega Man thing isn’t relevant to the episode, I just thought you might care.
Sexy movies experts Mike McKellis and Rich Arlock watch one of the greatest films of all time and still manage to talk about butts. Al Pacino Movie Month* continues! (Part one babies!) *not actually a month
Does the Don Bluth animated classic hold up? Do the guys finally become successful business men with their idea for double philly cheese steaks? Hide your kids, hide your wife, it’s Late To The Table episode 133 baby!
The guys question their sanity and netflix’s decision to reboot The Dark Crystal. A beloved fantasy movie from the 80s or an act of emotional terrorism. I mean probably somewhere in the middle, have you seen this thing?
In an effort to continue watching movies where children are wantonly endangered the guys watch the 2015 movie Room. It’s that thing we do sometimes where we watch a movie that’s critically acclaimed and you know…good. Get shocked yo!