In this clip from our Patreon-exclusive episode on Blue Demon, we talk about shark soldiers. Listen to full episode at patreon.com/predictocast.
#Sharktober continues… with a new movie?! Josh is joined by friend Kira (host of the podcast Fun Dip and Cherry Coke) to discuss the 2019 shark thriller 47 Meters Down: Uncaged. They talk quality scares, bad friends, and underwater welding.
We’re close out our dissection of 1999’s Shark Attack with discussions of asshole scientists, inappropriate sibling photos, more 90s internet, the obvious villainy of Ernie Hudson, and machete cop dying as he lived: laughing uproariously.
#Sharktember swims on with 1999’s Shark Attack, starring show favorite Casper Van Dien! Question: if a boat has a sign reading Law & Order, what is the likelihood that the boat’s owners aren’t actually interested in Law & Order? Also, why is Hollywood so bad at depicting the internet? And: what are the chances that Casper Van Dien might engage in some white saviourism in this small African town? The only way to find out the answers to these questions and more is to listen to this episode, and Part 2 of our discussion, dropping Thursday.
We’re back to randomly select another dog movie to watch over on Patreon. To hear our full discussion, waddle over to patreon.com/predictocast.
On this week’s Mini Episode, we jump back into the water and let the randomizer drop another shark movie right on top of us. We also thank our Patreon supporters by determining how they’d die in a shark movie!
On this month’s Patreon-exclusive JASTAS, Josh and Skinner talk about theme months, personal themes, and snack foods. Enjoy this clip and listen to the full episode at patreon.com/predictocast.
We wrap up our coverage on 2005’s SharkMan/Hammerhead by talking a lot about G.I. Tom, the I.T. superman, the insane accuracy of our predictions about this film, and an old rich guy accidentally driving a Jeep into a tree.
We kick off Sharktember in fine form with 2005’s SharkMan (or is it called Hammerhead?). William Forsythe purses his lips a lot, Jeffrey Combs is suitably weird, and we see some women in science tubes. Lots to talk about in the first 10 minutes of this one. Oh, and there’s also a shark-man of some kind!
Part 2 drops Thursday.