We kick off the 2020 on Patreon with an episode two years in the making. We discuss Best Friend From Heaven, a movie about a dead dog who really wants his owners to get married. 

Enjoy this teaser clip, then head over to patreon.com/predictocast and sign up for as little as $3/mo to get a new Hot Diggity Dog and a bonus Predict-O-Cast every month! 

For the first mini episode of the new year (and the new decade!), we lay out some hints about our upcoming hiatus month, plus reveal some exciting changes happening over on our Patreon! To get hours of bonus content right now, sign up at patreon.com/predictocast. 

Season 4 of Predict-O-Cast begins Monday, February 3. 

For the month of December, we’re checking out what Christmas entries Disney+ has to offer and we’re inviting some friends along to join us. 

This week, we’re joined by Beau North and Megan Sunday, the hosts of Let’s Get Weirding, to discuss The Christmas Star, an obscure TV movie from the days when Disney would just straight up kill a dog in the middle of a film. We also talk spooky trains, child armies, and eavesdropping on people in order to manipulate them later. It’s a heartwarming experience for the whole family.

Check out Beau and Megan’s Dune podcast Let’s Get Weirding wherever you get podcasts and follow them on Twitter

For the month of December, we’re checking out what Christmas entries Disney+ has to offer and we’re inviting some friends along to join us. 

This week, we’re joined by writer and friend of the show Christy Admiraal to discuss Christy’s favorite movie ever, the Jonathan Taylor Thomas road adventure I’ll Be Home For Christmas. Topics of discussion include: sex with a car, appropriate times for this movie to drop a slur, and JTT being an absolutely terrible person who does not learn a real lesson. We also talk about Gary Cole being a really desirable dad. 

Check out Christy’s writing at Nerdist.

For the month of December, we’re checking out what Christmas entries Disney+ has to offer and we’re inviting some friends along to join us. 

This week, we’re joined by Gena Radcliffe (one half of the excellent Kill By Kill podcast) to talk Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish, a movie that posits that one good rich kid is the only thing separating us from certain doom. We explore alternate realities, talk about robot orgasms, and puzzle over why there’s an orphanage for poor kids in the same town as the world’s richest family. 

Check out Gena’s writing at genaradcliffe.com and The Spool and listen to Kill By Kill wherever you get podcasts. 

 

On this special Christmas Bonus, we talk about the movies that were blowing up social media a few weeks back because they removed the gay couple from the Canadian version and substituted a straight one for American audiences: A Very Cool Christmas / Too Cool For Christmas. Besides the parent-swap fiasco, we also discuss George Hamilton’s questionable Santa and his horrendous Cantonese accent, wonder why our lead Lindsay so wants to date dull-as-dirt Anderson, and puzzle over why this film is so enamored with the awful security guard Chuck. The fact that we got through EITHER of these movies is a Christmas miracle.