At the end of 2020, we’re revisiting films from the past four years of the podcast and discussing them with some of our favorite folks.

We close up our Rehash Month with a look back at 1987’s deal-with-the-devil comedy HUNK! We’re joined by all-around class act Phil Gonzales, host of Deep in Bear Country and Pizza Toast. We dig into how this movie is tamer than it seems, wonder how the director got it made, and then learn A LOT about living statues. It’s a good way to wrap up 2020. 

Happy Holidays! As a special bonus, we’ve unlocked our previously-paywalled episode on 2000’s Santa Who?, starring Leslie Nielsen as an amnesiac Kris Kringle. 

Originally released on Patreon during our Christmas in July event  in 2018, this made-for-TV movie features some annoying elves, an absolute asshole protagonist, and a totally deplorable family who can’t be bothered to look for a missing relative for like a decade. On the plus side, we do come up with a cool idea for a holiday-themed horror film. 

At the end of 2020, we’re revisiting films from the past four years of the podcast and discussing them with some of our favorite folks.

This week, we’re joined by Christy Admiraal (co-host of Pizza Toast: A Babysitter’s Club Podcast) to talk about Skinner’s most hated movie of all time: Everyone Loves Mel! Christy talks about how much she enjoys it, and then we talk a lot about calzones for a while.

At the end of 2020, we’re revisiting films from the past four years of the podcast and discussing them with some of our favorite folks.

This week, we’re joined by Megan Sunday (writer for The Spool and co-host of the podcast Let’s Get Weirding) to discuss a movie that NEEDS further discussion: 1988’s Pin! We really only discuss the film a little before veering into discussing Pin’s genitals. Megan also worries that this episode will destroy her career. This is a filthy one so prepare yourself.

At the end of 2020, we’re revisiting films from the past four years of the podcast and discussing them with some of our favorite folks.

This week, we’re joined by Gena Radcliffe (cohost of the Kill by Kill podcast and associate editor for The Spool) to discuss the fourth entry in the increasingly crowded series of Amityville Horror films. We discuss how someone could mistake an ugly lamp for their dead dad, puzzle out how the lamp killed the bird, and marvel at the joy of a boy and his chainsaw.