For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

This week, we’re releasing our December 2019 episode on Karate Dog! This movie delivers on its title and then some, including a sore-ridden Southern-twang spouting Jon Voight, talking super computers, and an end credit song by a country music superstar. 

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

Originally released September 26, 2019, our episode on Blue Demon is full of discussions on the issue of scientists messing with sharks to make them more deadly and why exactly the military would want to use sharks in their operations. Also: Jesus Christ! 

We’re back — sort of! As a special Valentine’s Day treat (and to test out a tweak to our format) we’re releasing a brand-new episode on 1987’s supernatural romantic comedy My Demon Lover! This is a wild movie that doesn’t quite know what it’s trying to do, but is fun all the same in the way only slightly problematic 80s comedies could be!

The hiatus isn’t officially over but we’re going to drop more experiments like this into the feed so stay tuned!

Predict-O-Cast presents Perfect 10, a side-show where Josh has 10 minutes to tell Skinner all about a movie that would be perfect for the show if only he hadn’t already watched it.

On this episode, Josh breaks down 1983’s Deadly Force, starring Wings “Livinryte” Hauser, telling him all about the convoluted murder mystery at the center of it and talking extensively about seeing Wings Hauser’s taint. 

Also, they have big news: A special brand-new Valentine’s Day episode is dropping this Wednesday!

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

Today it’s our Aug 29, 2019, episode on the suburban 50s horror-comedy Parents. This is a thought-provoking film that gets us talking about relating to our parents while also serving up a fair amount of gore and a great Randy Quaid performance. This is a special one.