In this clip from our Patreon-exclusive episode on the Brian Bosworth biker gang action classic Stone Cold, we discuss the racist biker gang’s plan and how even if they are successful (they are), they’ll be dead by the end of the day (they are). 

We recorded a commentary track for the opening scene of Stone Cold! Check it out on our YouTube channel!

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This week on the show, we’re joined by Dan McCoy, cohost of the Maximum Fun podcast The Flop House, to discuss 1973’s Lady Ice! 

Dan is back to discuss the rest of the film, and we are just unexplainably laughing uproariously. Along the way we discuss the somewhat convoluted plot, George Lucas’s almost involvement in the film, and some of Donald Sutherland’s intimidation tactics. 

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This week on the show, we’re joined by Dan McCoy, cohost of the Maximum Fun podcast The Flop House, to discuss 1973’s Lady Ice! 

On this prediction episode, we discuss the first 10 minutes of the film, which Donald Sutherland ASMR, a man in a coat three sizes too small, and The Cigarette Motel. We then predict what happens next, which could include twin Donald Sutherlands, a trip to the Cuban diamond mines, and a man being chained to a toilet for weeks.

Dan is back on Thursday for part 2! 

We’re back to finally hang up The Telephone and rip it right out of the wall and throw it out the window. This is truly one of the most perplexing movies we’ve ever covered and as such, this isn’t a usual episode of our show. Why? Well, it’s not all that funny. We spend most of the episode just sort of puzzling out HOW and WHY this is a thing that exists. We discuss the making and distribution of the movie and how it would’ve been a failure even if Whoopi had stuck to the script. We even propose ways it could be better (and even those aren’t very good). It’s a spirited discussion and we hope you enjoy. We’ll try to be funnier next time. 

This week on the show we’re answering the call and talking about little-known Whoopi Goldberg oddity The Telephone. We get Whoopi dressed like she’s attending Hogwarts (complete with tiny owl!) and her almost killing a goldfish for no reason. Not too much happens in these first 10 minutes, which sets up the possibility of a really dire rest of the film. We’ll find out either way in Part 2 dropping on Thursday!