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  1. Theme: Competition JONATHAN - JONATHAN - JONATHAN Jonathan is the hero our crew leans on as we watch the 1975 film Rollerball to cap off the theme of competition. Before that, we follow up with Gibbs' quest for the truth about bathroom motion sensors and eventually get to breaking hymens while horseback riding. Get thee to a fried chicken sandwich!
  2. Theme: Competition Minus a Zea this week, the bros talk about what's on everyone's mind recently: ballerina foot fetishes. Gibbs gives us an update on his bathroom quest, and we dissect the 2011 Tom Hardy+Joel Edgerton film Warrior which has great MMA action but some unnecessary bad-daddy drama.
  3. Theme: Competition We're back to titillating toilet talk as Gibbs explains his misadventures in a motion sensor bathroom at work, which leads to a new quest. Mox isn't quite sure what the name of his pick is, which is 2018's Game Night with Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams. This fun, game-themed comedy is a solid hit with everybody; you should watch it NOW.
  4. Oh yeah, this is the good stuff where we Gibbs you some Mox all over the Evangelion 4.0 movie. Mox gives a lotta hot takes spicier than your grandma's chili and Gibbs adds some thoughts on the end? of Evangelion. for now.
  5. Theme: Competition It's a reviewapalooza as we give our takes on having inner monologues (what's it like to not have one?), #brandnewcherryflavor (is the gore and lore worth it?), and IKEA urinals (why do they have junk mirrors?). We then launch into our new theme of competition with the 1988 film Bull Durham starring Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, and Tim Robbins in a sports-romance-comedy about minor league baseball. Zea hates it but everyone else loves it - que????
  6. Theme: Class Warfare It's a whapwowserbowser of an episode as we muse on the possibilities of using tech to flip through our memories, inspiring our guts with some new shit, and the origins of Fievel - did he come from Bible Black? Then we watch the 2014 Chinese-made A Touch of Sin, a 4-story anthology of class struggles in different areas of China. We learn that classism is the same, but different, everywhere in the world. And now we are done with that depressing theme.
  7. Theme: Class Warfare Sorry we're late, technology got in the way, but this week we watch our FIRST ever documentary. We discuss if documentaries should be considered as movies, and more importantly, are white people dirtier and more unclean than others?? We investigate by asking our resident white people about their cleaning habits. We then launch into reviewing 2010's Inside Job, which explores the financial crisis of 2008 from a banking and government perspective. Spoiler: money tends to corrupt people and systems.
  8. Here's a sneak peak at Zea's ASMR Podcast series.
  9. Theme: Class Warfare The gang minus Mox extols and deliberates on the many possibilities for high heels. We talk about people we like, like Rami Malek, Billie Eilish, and Ted Lasso. We successfully secure a VPN promoter. .? and sink into the Sudeikis-Wilde-Styles fiasco. Then we watch the excellent 2015 biographic comedy drama The Big Short with a lot of famous people who act well and deliver convincing performances with a story that is too hard to resist following.
  10. Theme: Class Warfare This week, we learn that Izzy is feeling the new Billie Eilish Compact Disc. Gibbs invents the Floppy (Fl) as a standard measurement for song, albums, and of course, penises. The men once again mansplain how womanscaping isn't a thing nor is Netflix's recent Gunpowder Milkshake a good movie. Zea picks a fight over Pickle Rick. We then start off our new theme of Class Warfare with the eccentric 2018 film, Sorry to Bother You. Listen as your two white and two Asian hosts explain the black struggle throughout this weird, funny, and hazy film.
  11. Theme: Madness Oh how sweet it is to be reunited. Gibbs and Zea are back and tell of their Southern vacation tales, including a memorable trip to a New Orleans vampire bar. We then round out the theme of Madness with Mox's pick, the French 1967 film Playtime. Dizzying choreography and visual gags mark this 2-hour loonfest, and comes recommended from Dunkey himself.
  12. Just Mox and Izzy again. Netflix's Kingdom America: The Motion Picture Izzy's 3D printer Trash talk about Gibbs and Zea The Batman circle jerk Thoughts on theatrical releases during covid Upcoming movies The Tomorrow War is having a sequel?! What are movies that need to be on the big screen?
  13. Zea and Gibbs are out this week! Izzy and Mox go bonkers and records a 2 hour rant on everything they've been doing recently. Mox goes deep into exploring all the current issues with the anime industry. A Quiet Place 2 Othercide It Takes Two Rick and Morty Season 5 The Tomorrow War Rurouni Kenshin live action movies The Conjuring 3 Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song Wonder Egg Priority I give up... there's way too much to keep count...
  14. Theme: Madness Izzy makes his triumphant return as an educator of Mexican food. Zea inevitably initiates some kink talk and we get to the sexiest myth out there, Bigfoot. Gibbs finally picks a film people want to watch with Stephen King's Misery (1990), a horror masterpiece and our highest-rated movie as reviewed by the gang.
  15. Theme: Madness It's the episode where Izzy is gone, so you know that means: 1) Dinosaur talk. 2) Crosswalk talk. 3) Video game immersion. 4) Our sponsors Movie Review Timestamp: 33:00
  16. Theme: Madness Have you heard about the curious case of Benjamin Belly Button? Gather round the podcast as the gang reminisces on his age-defying exploits. Izzy knows the secret to baby powder, and it's not pretty. Also not pretty: Gibbs having Timmy removed at the "baby factory". Zea tries to understand the mythos of Santa and cryptocurrency, while Izzy tries to understand why he dreams of being a sleeping Abe Lincoln's chair. It's a weird episode and movie, Persona, which is a 1966 Swedish film made by Ingmar Bergman. If you like artsy movies, this is your lingonberry jam; otherwise it's a
  17. Just some behind the scenes on how we get our SyncTracks started. We hope you all appreciate the time and effort we spend on making these for you! Also, police brutality is not funny guys.
  18. Theme: Space Watch out, it's another boomer rant as we reflect on the Internet was ruined by boomers. Gibbs has an idea to take advantage of the touring Summer Olympics... or maybe he doesn't. In true empathetic fashion, we mourn the loss of children in British Columbia, Canada, allowing Zea to reflect on her previous vampire origins. This somehow leads perfectly into our last "space" film, the 2004 made for TV film Dracula 3000, a real stinker of a film which makes for some stupid fun. Movie Review Timestamp: 29:24 And don't forget, you can always watch the movie with us
  19. Theme: Space It's never a bad time for toilet talk! Gibbs has found a secret bathroom at work, and he's excited to share with everyone, or not. The gang recounts their nice bathroom experiences and decides it's time for someone to make a map of the best bathrooms. Zea learns about squatty potties and is floored. Then we jump into the recent Korean science fiction thriller Space Sweepers (available on Netflix). Though the characters can be corny at times, we all agree it's a fun watch.
  20. Theme: Space The gang is back from a vaccination break spacier than ever. We explore the Trader Joe's mask experiment that Zea and Gibbs are running and ponder if vaccination badges need to be a thing. Gibbs has a Pokemon trade of deep regret that he needs to get off of his chest, while Izzy needs to unload about his superiority complex for his Sam's Club shopping. We wonder if everyone else has also gained pandemic pounds (...or COVID kilo's) since Izzy is starting his intermittent fasting, and speaking of dropping things, what's the deal with Captcha? Will we forever be doomed to prove our
  21. Theme: Space What's the deal with... all the rampage Mario makes and the mess left behind? And with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (which Zea reviews)? And with the lack of good video games in the Star Trek universe? And with Gibbs' apparent slurping? And with Zea thinking Asians eat loudly? And with Zea not finishing.................. her sentences? So many deals to get through this week. Mox then kicks off his chosen theme of Space with the 2020 Russian film, Sputnik, a science fiction-space horror story about a cosmonaut who brings back some extra baggage from space. For having a $2 million
  22. Theme: Nicolas Cage It's a ball-tingling episode as we get straight to discussing cock-and-ball torture and remembering the day we learned about testicular torsion. If that isn't sexy enough for you, Zea shares her first encounter with a bikini barista, and we wonder how other jobs can be sexified. Then it's on to the last of the Nicolas Cage films, 2019's Color Out of Space, where Daddy Cage meets Lovecraftian cosmic horror in a delightfully dark story. Ol' Saint Nic is back to his old tricks of putting weird stuff in his mouth, pineal gland stimulation, and of course, MomSon - when family
  23. Theme: Nicolas Cage Surprise, it's another saus fest as Zea sits out what is frankly an exceptionally testosterone-riddled episode. We discuss the misnumbering of musketeers, if unfattening can look good over time, and we're keeping track of all the famous people who are dropping elbees. Then, we watch LIVE with an attached SyncTrack for the 1989 film Vampire's Kiss. It's settled that Cage is best as Cage in this movie, and it's 👍.
  24. Since Gibbs wouldn't stop talking after the episode we got into an interesting discussion about the Zelda series.
  25. You like anime ya nerds? Do ya? I bet you do. Well, we talk about quirks and Narotu, as well as the hottest new game, Amongus. Oh yeah, and memba jukeboxes? And the 80s? They were great. We then talk about the 2017 film Mom and Dad, and Cage is a crazy mudafuga. Def recommend.
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